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Montréal: 494 km
Québec: 267 km
Tourisme Côte-Nord promotes sites that allow you to do outdoor activities. Users are responsible for their own safety and for anyone else they are responsible for. Outdoor activities come with risks and it's the user's responsibility to make sure they respect what their physical limit is, as well as any regulations on site.
A member of a network of Villages-relais (villages that provide a range of services for travellers), Forestville is a gateway to the St. Lawrence. Baie Verte (Green Bay) offers a stunning view of the river along with unique beaches, a campground, sea trout fishing, a small hydroelectric dam and a network of hiking trails.
A flume, a vestige of Forestville's forestry days, will give you a glimpse into the life of the pioneers. Golf Le Méandre invites you to test your skills on one of Côte-Nord's most interesting 9-hole golf courses. Further along the Whale Route, you can explore Laval Bay, an exceptional seabird refuge that is also famous for sea trout fishing and shellfish harvesting.
Forestville also hosts a unique cross-country ski race, the Boreal Loppet, on a trail stretching over 100 km (60 mi.). Winter-time visitors can also enjoy snowmobiling, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.