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Parc Régional De La Rivière Gentilly - Parc Régional De La Rivière Gentilly

Parc Régional De La Rivière Gentilly - Hiking

Centre-du-Québec, Quebec, Canada

Parc Régional De La Rivière Gentilly Statistics

Difficulty

Easy

Distance

20 KM

What are the activities at Parc Régional De La Rivière Gentilly ?

Hiking

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Why choose a trail at Parc Régional De La Rivière Gentilly?

The Parc Régional de la Rivière Gentilly is located in the heart of the Centre-du-Québec region. It covers an area of more than 1,000 hectares and offers a multitude of activities for outdoor enthusiasts.

There is a wealth of wildlife and flora, as well as a large number of waterways. Fishing and canoeing enthusiasts will be particularly pleased, as the Gentilly River is one of the park's main waterways.

Hiking and biking trails are also very popular. They allow visitors to discover the different facets of the park, including its varied landscapes and natural wealth.

The Gentilly River Regional Park is an ideal place for families to spend a day or weekend outdoors.


What are the services on site?

Parking
Reception
Toilet
Belvedere
Shelter
Baggage
Picnic table
Bridge
Rustic camping
Camping
Interpretation Center

What are the hiking trails at Parc régional de la rivière Gentilly ?

Trails Distance Difficulty
Sentier 2 1.5 km Beginner
Sentier 4 1.2 km Beginner
Sentier 3 1.2 km Beginner
Sentier 6 7 km Intermediate
Sentier 1 2.5 km Intermediate
Sentier 5 7 km Advanced

Rate & open hour

Access fee $ 8.50 / $ 4.00 (Child)
Schedule

From sunrise to sunset

Coordinates
-72.23809
46.334789

What are the coordinates and address of Parc régional de la rivière Gentilly?

Parc régional de la rivière Gentilly
(819) 298-2455
1000 Avenue des Flamants, Sainte-Marie-de-Blandford, QC G0X 2W0, Canada

Customer Reviews

5 out of 5 stars

Based on 9 reviews

Recent reviews

Jane Maxwell

4 out of 5 stars

A small park but calm and very well maintained. My kids enjoyed the trails And the river. Great for families with young kids.

Carolin Murphy

5 out of 5 stars

Great location for camping and hiking.

Starting Point

The trailhead for Parc Régional De La Rivière Gentilly is located at the intersection of Route 132 and Route 360 in Saint-Étienne-des-Grès.

Why visit Parc Régional De La Rivière Gentilly

The Parc Régional De La Rivière Gentilly is located in the Centre-du-Québec region and is easily accessible from Route 132. It is ideal for outdoor enthusiasts who want to enjoy nature and sports activities. The park offers a multitude of activities including hiking, canoeing, kayaking and camping. Visitors will also be able to admire the beautiful scenery of the Gentilly River.

Is Parc Régional De La Rivière Gentilly in Centre-du-Québec a suitable place for the whole family and children?

No, there is no area reserved for children.

Things not to be missed

There are plenty of activities to do near Parc Régional De La Rivière Gentilly! Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy hiking trails, fishing or canoeing on the Gentilly River. Families will be able to stroll through the park and observe the different species of birds that inhabit it. Younger children can have fun on the play structures set up in the park.

Activities to do near Parc Régional De La Rivière Gentilly in Centre-du-Québec include hiking, canoeing and fishing. Things not to miss include the beautiful scenery and tranquility of the area.

Where to eat?

1. At the foot of Montmorency Falls

2. In a hidden sugar shack

3. On top of a mountain

4. In a park

5. On an island

Camping is possible at various locations in Gentilly River Regional Park. The most popular sites are those along the river, where campers have access to a beautiful view and many water activities.

Let’s Answer Your Questions - FAQ

What is the level of difficulty of Parc régional de la rivière Gentilly ?

Easy

Is the place are families friendly?

No

What is the entry fee?

8.50 $

Is there an information center / service center / reception?

Yes
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