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12 Under-Appreciated Provincial Parks In Quebec You're Sure To Love

Beaches, forests, wildlife, and more!

No lie, there's a lot of hype right now surrounding Canada's National Parks. And there should be: the parks are highkey gorgeous.

READ ALSO: 11 Breathtaking Quebec Provincial Parks You Need To Road Trip To

But what about Provincial Parks? There are tons in Quebec; all of which just so happen to be highkey stunning. However, a few of them (more than others) are truly begging to be discovered. No worries if you need help deciding where to start your park adventure; I've got you covered!


Saguenay Fjord

Location: Rivière-Éternité, QC

Guys, I don't know about you, but any spot that has a suspension bridge so magnificent is instantly propelled to the top of my travel to-do list. Bonus points for ther bird watching observatory, too! More info here.


Bic

Location: Le Bic, QC
If you love the water, this park is 110% going to become your new favourite place in the whole world. Caves, bays, islands, mountains, and more glorious spots all await you in this glorious provincial park. More info here.

Kuururjuaq

Beautiful landscapes, waters, and tons of trees make this provincial park one seriously gorgeous spot to go and behold nature. More info here.

Des Grands-Jardin

Location: Saint-Urbain, QC
If you love to fish, or participate in any other outdoor activity, then have I got some news for you. This spot is valued for the sheer amount of quality fishing spots; plus, the tons of hiking, camping, and outdoor activities it offers. More info here.

Miguasha

Location: Nouvelle, QC
If you're an outdoorsy history buff, then you're going to adore this spot. Full of fossils and other rich discoveries, this spot is perfect for unearthing history, and basking in the beauty of the outdoors. More info here.

Lac-Temiscouata

Location: Squatec, QC
This glorious spot is perfect for those of us who adore nature above all else. Here, you can go hiking, biking, cycling, and more; plus, the scenery is highkey gorgeous. More info here.

Pointe-Taillon

Beach lovers, where you at? This spot boasts incredible beaches, plus tons of semi-precious minerals. Legit, this spot is perfect for anyone who likes to boat, swim, or absorb the awesome vibes of nature. More info here.

Tursujuq

Location: Umiujaq, QC
Honestly, be prepared for some seriously breathtaking scenery. This park is expansive; at night, you can see the Northern Lights, and during the day, you can spot whales and seals chilling in the water. More info here.

Aiguebelle

If you have yet to discover this gorgeous park, then go. Right. Now. With suspension bridges, tons of natrual phenomena, and a whole wealth of wildlife to see, this is quite possibly one of the most perfect parks in the whole province. More info here

Reserve Faunique De Port Daniel

LocationPort-Daniel, QC
Although this is a wildlife reserve and not a provincial park, it still deserves tons of recogintion. The water here is outstandingly beautiful; and the wildlife is straight-up fascinating to watch. More info here.

Reserve Faunique Mastigouche

Another wildlife preserve, this spot is situated between two urban areas, making it a nice retreat from the quick pace of city life. See beautiful wildlife, and live your best outdoor life. More info here.
Miranda Cipolla Miranda was born and raised in Montreal, and has spent all of her free time exploring the city she loves so much. Her interests include tequila, food, and overusing the word “bae”. You can follow her adventures on Instagram (@ciaomiranda12) and Facebook.

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