The trailhead for Parc Régional Du Poisson Blanc is located in Saint-Sauveur, in the Laurentian region. To access it, take Highway 15 North and exit at Exit 66.
Why visit Parc Régional Du Poisson Blanc
The Parc Régional Du Poisson Blanc is located in the Laurentian region of Quebec. It consists of several lakes and forests that offer a multitude of outdoor activities, such as fishing, canoeing, kayaking and hiking. Nature lovers will be delighted by the breathtaking scenery and the many species of birds that populate the park.
Is Parc Régional Du Poisson Blanc in Laurentides a suitable place for the whole family and children?
No, there is no area reserved for children.
Things not to be missed
The activities to do near Parc Régional Du Poisson Blanc in Laurentides are numerous and varied. Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy hiking, mountain biking or even cross-country skiing trails. Nature lovers will be amazed by the landscapes that surround them, while families can have fun at the nearby water park.
Things not to miss:
-Lake aux Dalles, which is one of the most beautiful lakes in the area and offers a stunning view of the surrounding mountains.
-Red River Dam, which is a great place to walk and observe the local wildlife.
-The village of Val David, which is a charming little village located in the heart of nature and offering many activities and attractions.
Where to eat?
1. At the foot of Montmorency Falls
2. In a sugar shack
3. On top of a mountain
4. In a park
5. On an island
Camping is possible in the Rivière-du-Nord and Diable River areas.