With a capacity of 6 persons (2 adults and 4 children), refuges are located in a wooded and isolated area, close to the Reception Pavilion. Rental includes bedding items (sheets, pillows, towels) and dishes. The sanitary equipments are not functio...

Bird Watching

Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook is inhabited by a multitude of birds and it is possible to observe them at leisure. Novices and adepts alike will identify several winged wildlife specimens. And this is possible from two designated viewpoints. Ornith...

Foresta Lumina

Foresta Lumina is closed for 2016 but it will be back in 2017! Booking will be possible in 2017, May.   Focusing on the park’s natural light, its beauties and mysteries, Foresta Lumina is an a night-illuminated pathway created for one of Quebec’s m...


Hiking trails at Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook are spread into 3 sectors to reveal the park’s attractions. Thanks to the interpretive signs, it is possible, during a self-guided visit, to learn about the formation of the gorge, its history, as wel...


A visit at the mini-farm is an activity like no other for parents and children alike. It will be possible to enter the pen to pet and feed the ponies, the pig, ewes, goats, chickens, rabbits, the veal… PONY RIDES An escorted and secure ride is an e...

Snowmobile & ATV Relay

The Welcome Centre, replica of a circular barn, offers warmth and comfort to snowmobilers and ATV drivers. For a rest, a drink, a meal.

Winter camping

Campsites less than a two-minute walk from the Grange Ronde reception center are offered to winter camping enthusiasts. These sites are accessible by car and are located near the Grange Ronde Welcome Centre’s washrooms and showers. Available sites...

    Fatbike  Closed

    Skating rink  Closed

    Ice climbing  Closed

    Snow shoeing  Closed

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