The Lake Saint-Pierre Nautical Station, at the confluence of the Richelieu and Saint-Lawrence Rivers, is surrounded by a truly enchanting countryside. The riverbanks, in the Mauricie and Centre-du-Québec regions offer visitors a landscape that is rich in history and culture. Nature lovers will thrill at its UNESCO-recognized diversit and beauty. Thus world biosphere reserve is also home to the Sorel Islands, the biggest archipelago in the Saint-Lawrence. It's an ideal location to learn new pastimes, from fishing to dinghy sailing to sliding sports to a variety of paddle boating. The area is also the largest home for migrating waterfowl on the Saint-Lawrence. The area is a recognized Ramsar site as well, and its wetlands are easily and rewardingly explored by paddle boat.
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