Come visit the Forillon National Park from May 26 to October 9, 2023!
Sector closure - Blanchette’s coulee bridge within the boundary line at l’Anse-au-Griffon in Forillon National Park.
Forillon National Park
Forillon: naturally vibrant! Come and admire the landscapes during a hike and immerse yourself in the history of Forillon National Park. Watch the whales in Gaspé Bay while fishing for your meal at the end of the Grande-Grave wharf.
2023 Students Jobs
Learn about the positions available for the summer of 2023 at Forillon National Park: Assistant Lifeguard, interpretation, visitor services Attendant and more.
Visitor's guide 2023
Discover the new 2023 Visitor's Guide to Forillon National Park.
Consultation Report for the Renewal of the Forillon National Park Management Plan
The new 2022 Forillon National Park Management Plan will guide management actions and decisions and will serve as a key tool to mobilize partners and the public.
Visiting Forillon National Park
Activities and experiences
Things to do at Forillon National Park, including hiking, camping, cruising, kayaking and more.
Plan your visit
How to get here, fees, dates and hours of operation, maps and brochures, visitor guidelines, parks Canada shops, passes for expropriated persons.
Camping and overnight accommodations
Types of accommodations, camping, equipped camping.
Daily visitor fees, camping fees, and more. Free admission for youth.
Safety and guidelines
Important bulletin, living with black bears, camping safety, safety at sea, road safety and more.
About Forillon National Park
Stewardship and management
Contact, draft management plan, drones, student job oppotunities, year in review.
Nature and science
Conservation, Environment, Animals, Plants.
Culture and history
Human occupation of Forillon National Park.
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Hours of operation
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