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:









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Miranda Cipolla Miranda is an avid tequila drinker, city explorer, and food lover. Follow her adventures on Instagram (@ciaomiranda12) and Facebook.