If You Only Go To One National Park This Summer, Make Sure It's This One In Quebec (20 Photos)

Hiking trails, hidden waterfalls, and more!

Okay, show of hands: who here is figuring out their summer vacation plans? If your hand is up, no worries. You're totally not alone.

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There's one spot that you seriously need to be taking into consideration when thinking of spots to visit, though. Forillon National Park is a gorgeous Canadian National Park situated in Quebec's Gaspe Peninsula.

Not only does it have gorgeous water, spectacular views, breathtaking waterfalls, hiking trails, and much more, but since it's a national park, it's going to be totally free to enter this year as part of Canada's 150th birthday. Rejoice, guys, and check out all the beauty in this national park:

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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