Iles de Ragueneau Archipelago


Info : 595, rte 138,
Ragueneau (Quebec)
G0H 1S0
Phone: 418 567-8912
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Accessible year-round, free short-term RV parking and tent platforms


Ottawa: 679 km
Montréal: 551 km
Québec: 324 km


At the western end of the municipality, a wharf allows to enter a surprising marine world. The archipelago of the islands of Ragueneau shelters several varieties of birds. At low tide, we can admire the seals basking in the sun. On the rocks, it is possible to see geological traces, grooves, which testify to the displacement of the glaciers thousands of years ago. The Fascine trail located near the Ragueneau wharf offers magnificent views of both the Outardes River and the St. Lawrence River. There are 10 interpretation panels on the natural environment of the archipelago and history. After your hike, take the time to enjoy yourself at the end of the dock. Resting area with gazebo, superb view of the archipelago of the islands of Ragueneau, by the sea... all this will provide you a guaranteed happiness. In addition, the children will love to play with the two life-size dinosaurs that symbolize the strength and greatness of heart that characterized the pioneers of the region as well as the strength of the elements of nature at the beginning of our history.