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La Mauricie National Park

View of shoreline from a canoe 
The park is typical of a specific eastern Canadian environment, that of the Laurentians. © Parks Canada/Michel Houde

Nature

La Mauricie National Park’s landscape is familiar to the public for its myriad hills, forests and watercourses – which may mean that it is sometimes taken for granted. And yet, more than 40 years after its founding, this protected territory still has plenty surprises in store for visitors! Come discover this natural environment for yourself – you’ll see why it was so critical to protect it and why this territory warranted being designated a national park.