The Rivière Émeraudes ("Emerald River" in English) is a bucket list destination on your road trip through Gaspésie. \nThe river, situated in a municipal park of the same name in Percé, is famous for its green water and waterfall, where visitors are allowed to swim (at their own risk).\nEditor's Choice: Downtown MTL Has A Huge New 'Authentic Italian Gourmet' Market & It's Cibo Heaven (PHOTOS)\n\n View this post on Instagram A post shared by Tia (@tiasaurus)\nThe waterfall site has been closed for restoration, but a Tourisme Percé spokesperson confirmed to MTL Blog that it should reopen in June. However, there is no set reopening date at the time of writing.\nWith the ongoing work in the park, Percé aims to "enhance the visitor experience for [residents] and visitors, to make the site safer and improve access to it, while preserving the integrity and beauty of this exceptional jewel," according to information shared with MTL Blog. \nIn 2021, the city "plans to review the signage, secure the staircase, renovate a sanitary block, ensure a presence on the site, control and charge for access to the site and ensure that sanitary measures are respected."\nAccess to the park is free for Percé residents. The entrance fee for non-residents aged 13 and older is $7 as of June 21.\nGet all the details below.\n\n\n\n"Emerald River" in Percé, Quebec\nPrice: $7 for non-residents aged 13 and older\nWhen: Opening scheduled for June 2021\nAddress: Chemin de la Carrière, Barachois, QC \nWhy You Need To Go: To take a dip (at your own risk) in the famous emerald-green waters.\n View this post on Instagram A post shared by Discover The World (@annestrasbourg)\nWebsite\n\n\nBefore you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your trip.