Camille Labonté
Camille Labonté
Camille Labonté
Camille Labonté

Parc national de Plaisance

1001 Des Presqu'Îles Rd., Plaisance (Québec), Canada

Located on a series of islands in the Ottawa River, the Parc national de Plaisance is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts, particularly birdwatchers: over 250 species can be observed all year. Witness the stunning sight of birds and ducks migrating, and turtles laying their eggs. Discover the park by hiking or biking the 40-km trail network, canoeing or kayaking through its lush environment, or participating in an interpretive activity. Rent a cottage, a yurt, a traditional ready-to-camp tent or one of 120 campsites and extend your back-to-nature experience!


  • Free parking
  • Bus parking
  • Free Wi-Fi


  • Total length: 40 km
  • Crushed stone off-road bike path

Services on site

  • Easy path
  • Picnic area
  • Equipment rental
  • Washrooms


  • Total length: 42 km
  • Easy path
  • Picnic area
  • Washrooms

1 meeting room

The maximum capacity is 60 people

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