Located on the south shore of the St-Lawrence River across from the Saguenay, Temiscouata Lake is the second largest body of water on the south shore of the St-Lawrence. Being an important part of the catchment area of the St-Lawrence running into the Bay of Fundy, the Temiscouata Lake valley is a gateway to the Atlantic Ocean from the St-Lawrence. With its rich historical heritage, the Temiscouata Lake Nautical Station offers a large and diverse network of rivers (more than 300 km) for canoe and kayak aficionados looking for an exceptional adventure. Fishing and hunting are great too! The Valley’s reputation actually attracts people looking for fish and game from all over the world. More than 800 lakes with pristine waters are also here for sailing and kite surfing that are equal to none.
Take a trip back in time and relive a native Amerindian family’s journey. This is a unique guided tour of discovery of the secrets and wonders of Lake Temiscouata National Park.
From Petit lac Touladi, you’ll venture on an 8 km canoe trip bringing you to the canoe campsites located on the shores of Grand lac Touladi. This traditional travel route is rich in islands, marshes and sandy beaches.
Fishing for grey trout and brook trout on Lake Temiscouata is great. It is known to be one of the best in southern Quebec for this type of fishing.
Enjoy beautiful scenery from the Petit Témis cycle path which follows an abandoned railway. You’ll cross along the way beaches and marinas which make for great relaxing stops.
Enjoy quality family on one of the many beaches along the spectacular Lake Temiscouata.
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