Accessible facilities
The facilities at the Pointe-Noire Interpretation and Observation Centre are generally accessible and adapted. The parking lot is paved in asphalt, and there are spaces reserved for those with reduced mobility. The wooden walkway leads from the parking lot to the lookouts and the lightkeeper’s house. The trail is approximately 100 metres long with a moderate slope and handrails on both sides. The terrace at the lightkeeper’s house offers an excellent view of the Saguenay–St. Lawrence Marine Park. There is a ramp to access the restroom and an adapted picnic table. Reception staff have received training in assisting visitors with reduced mobility.


For more details about schedules and activities available at the Parks Canada sites, ask the personnel on-site or consult the information posted near the trail. Should you lose a personal item, or find someone else’s, please inform a member of the team. For any information outside the operating season, please dial 418-235-4703.

Pointe-Noire offers excellent views of the Saguenay–St. Lawrence Marine Park from various locations. Wooden platforms are located in different spots around the site to provide the most breathtaking vistas over the Saguenay, Tadoussac and the St. Lawrence.

Parking is included in the entrance fee. The availability of spaces varies throughout the operating season. Please be aware of when the centre closes in order to leave on time.

Picnic area
Picnic tables are located in various spots around the site, including one adapted to wheelchairs near the lightkeeper’s house.

Restroom facilities are located in the lightkeeper’s house, at the foot of the stairs and the universal access ramp.