Local Area Attractions
'Golf des Appalaches' at 5 km from the KOA campground
Horse back riding
'Ranch CR' in Saint-Fabien at 30 km from the KOA campground
Excursions at sea
Dive into the sea adventure cruise through several activities and visits to historic and exciting sites ! Whale watching Tours is one of many excursions offerred. Excursions to the l'Île aux Basques,l ocated 5 km from Trois-Pistoles, it was occupied by Native Americans 2,000 years ago and frequented by Basque fishermen from 1584. More details :
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Pointe-au-Père Maritime Historic Site (Onondaga Submarine & The Empress of Ireland
Pointe-au-Père Maritime Historic SiteClimb aboard the only submarine open to the public in Canada. Upon entering the ship you will discover the daily life of some sixty men, who lived confined for months in a submarine 90 meters. The audio tour takes you into this fascinating and unknown. It is also possible to spend an evening and a night aboard for the experience as if you were a submariner!
The Empress of Ireland pavilion tells the story of the Empress of Ireland. From its construction in 1906 until 1012 who made shipwreck victims in 1914, you will learn about this magnificent ship. Discover the collection of objects taken from the wreck, photos, interactive kiosks and testimonials from passengers. A screening will take you into the atmosphere of that fateful night.
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Canyon des Portes de l'Enfer
The Canyon des Portes de l'Enfer (hell’s gate canyon) in Saint-Narcisse-de-Rimouski begins with the Grand Sault waterfall and stretches nearly five miles between steep and narrow rock walls up to 90 metres high.A network of easy-to-intermediate hiking trails, from 1 to 14 kilometres, leads to stunning panoramic views and a 63-metre high suspended footbridge, the highest in Quebec See more info :
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