Fall in Québec’s National Parks

Escape into the Sépaq network and the exquisite natural settings of its 25 national parks, 16 wildlife reserves, 10 tourist resorts and Sépaq Anticosti. Whether you want to camp or stay in 4-star hotel, whether you want to enjoy the great outdoors, make new discoveries or simply relax, you'll have a totally unique experience in Québec's most beautiful natural environments!

Sépaq’s network of National Parks, wildlife reserves and tourist resorts make up 80,000 Kms2 of Québec’s most outstanding landscapes, preserved areas and outdoor playgrounds. Sépaq’s network means that Nature is within close reach of Montreal.

There are new hiking trails in the national parks - and Sépaq has an exciting program of Fall activities. Plus the Sépaq wildlife reserves offer small game hunting - for the day or with accommodation.

Discover the joys of camping in 25 natural territories across the province - without having to bring or to buy your own equipment. "Ready to Camp" packages make for easy, comfortable stays in the heart of nature - and you don't have to bring any equipment. All ready to camp options come fully equipped with camping style furniture, heating, lighting, stove, fridge, dishes and more..

Fifteen Sépaq national parks offer Huttopia tents and tent trailers. And four National Parks offer Yurts - Mongolian-style circular tents - for a special and authentic experience. Hekipia tents, Huttopia tent's little sister, can be found in 6 wildlife reserves and 4 tourist resorts..

Enjoy nature’s dazzling display of Fall colours by renting a cabin. There are over 550 cabins for rent throughout the Sépaq network. Nestled in the peaceful great outdoors, they can hold from 2 to 16 people. Cabins are generally located on a lake or river. You can go canoeing, hiking, cycling... and even hunting and fishing, depending on the place and season. During the fall, colourful landscapes and gorgeous trails await you! Cabins are generally fully equipped: lighting, stove, propane or electric refrigerator, toilet, hot water and shower, wood stove or fireplace, and all pots, pans and utensils needed to prepare and serve meals.

To stay in luxury - the Gîte du Mont-Albert is a magnificent hotel located in the mountains in the heart of Parc national de la Gaspésie. It’s known for hospitality, fine local cuisine, and unique decor. While the Station touristique Duchesnay, on the shores of Lac Saint-Joseph, is a magnificent playground with outdoor activities plus fine dining, quality accommodations and a Scandinavian-inspired spa.

Sépaq Trip Showcase

  • Stay at the Station touristique Duchesnay - a year-round resort only 30 minutes from Québec City.
  • The 89 km² site by the shores of Lac Saint-Joseph is a magnificent playground for a wide variety of activities: hiking, cross country skiing, canoeing, rock climbing, archery, guided activities, and much more.
  • The hotel, located in the centre of the Station, was built in 2003. Set on a hill, it overlooks Lac Saint-Joseph and retains a charming country style. All of the rooms have a view of the lake.
  • Bistro-bar Le Quatre-Temps also overlooks Lac Saint-Joseph. Chef Sébastien Rivard's menu consists of light menus and delectable full-course meals featuring fish, game, cheese and grills. You'll also find an excellent selection of wines to accompany your meal.

The Chris Robinson Travel Show
Saturday September 15, 2012
11:00 am – 12:00 pm EST