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Cacouna | Quebec

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Parc Fontaine-Claire

In the quaint village of Cacouna, nearby the river, there’s a place rich in history dedicated to picnics with friends and family and relaxation for your spirit. Many park benches facing the St.Lawrence river allow you to view the colourful, beautiful sunsets in Quebec. Many have said that this spot is quiet and perfect for relaxation.

Additionally, this park is near the reserve land of the Wolastoqiyik Wahsipekuk First Nation. Believe it or not, this is the smallest Indigenous reserve in Canada!

There is a playground for children at the site, as well as a large overhead-covered area in case it rains. At low tide, you may walk into the cove and advance to the end of the point on foot as well! From here, you may see the mountains of Charlevoix.

Photo: https://tourismeriviereduloup.ca/fr/membres/parc-fontaine-claire

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Parc côtier Kiskotuk

Parc côtier Kiskotuk consists of almost 30 kilometres of coastal scenery, enough to take your breath away. The St. Lawrence River, mountains, islands and the marshes around come together to form one of the most beautiful views in Cacouna.

 

The park has seven “Discovery Areas” to assist those visiting it in finding their way around. Several outdoor activities are available, with hiking being the most popular choice. Guided activities, cycling loops and hiking trails are offered here. Entrance into the park is free for all visitors, and dogs are also welcome! There are also cabins and campsites available for visitors to stay in if they choose.

Photos: https://www.facebook.com/parckiskotuk

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Magasin Général H.J. Sirois

This local bakery is famous for its variety of bread that is baked fresh every day! Their rustic bread is guaranteed to make your day. Offering a sense of comfort and reminders of home, this spot is perfect for taking a break from your daily busy plans!

 

The reviews of this cafe all emphasize how authentic its baked products are and how the quality of the product is unbeatable. Stop by this cafe for a warm latte with a fresh croissant!

Photos: https://www.magasingeneralsirois.com

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Site ornithologique du marais de Gros-Cacouna

This is a natural area in Cacouna, existing mainly for bird-watching. There are various habitats and bird species in this area that may be seen if you visit. Some of these species include snow geese, ducks, herons, and other diverse flora and fauna. In addition to birds, other animals, such as foxes and deer, are seen roaming in this park.

 

The park is frequented most from June to September and is free to enter. There are lookout points that provide a spectacular view, and you may even spot beluga whales in the St. Lawrence river. There are stairs in the mountain trail that make for easy access for those not used to hiking in certain terrains, such as children. There are two main observation towers in the park.

Photos: Google Maps, Hubert NAASZ, Jocelyne Auger

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Folidéco

Folidéco is a gift store that specializes in selling a variety of decorative and gourmet products. The store is housed in a magnificent century-old house from 1844 and has since gone through many renovations to fit the store’s vision.

Some of the products include a lunchbox/ insulated thermos, a variety of jams, baked goods, spices and sauces, as well as organic fruits and nuts!

There is a story behind the owner of this small business. Mimi says it is important for her to transmit her art through a touch of madness, joy and happiness in people’s lives. She has solid training and knowledge of floral arrangements, porcelain painting, cabinetmaking and more!

If you’re looking for homemade and authentic products to take home on your journey, stop by Folidéco.

Photo: https://www.folideco.com

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Camping des Passereaux

Camping des Passereaux

If you’re looking for a place to camp in Cacouna with gorgeous views and forestry, this is the spot for you! Camping is available from May to October in the Kiskotuk Coastal Park. There are 17 sites available, and 80% of these are shaded.

Photo: https://www.parckiskotuk.com/camping-rustique

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Gîte La Veilleuse

This cottage has a view of the river, with golfing and biking amenities less than one kilometre away. There are large rooms with comfortable beds, as well as lunches available with fresh seasonal fruit.

Photo: http://gite-la-veilleuse-bed-breakfast.quebechotels.info/fr/

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Resto Pub D’Antan

Looking for a spot to dine in with your friends and family or for yourself? The Resto Pub D’antan is a welcoming little restaurant that offers local fare with a small menu and amazing deals. They offer both dine-in and takeout. Their daily special includes soup, entree, dessert and coffee for $12. Everything is fresh and homemade, specializing in wood oven pizza, club sandwiches and delectable lobster rolls.

Many restaurant reviewers say this place is a must-try while visiting Cacouna, Quebec.

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Club de golf de Cacouna

If you’re looking for the perfect spot to go golfing, then Club de golf de Cacouna is the spot for you! This golf club is a century old and renowned for the quality of the golfing grounds. Not only is this spot surrounded by forestry, but it also offers a breathtaking view of the St. Lawrence river.

Within this golf course, there are nine holes over 5,752 yards. The Cacouna Gold Club was designed in 1897. The golf course is easy to navigate and has picturesque agricultural landscapes.

Photo: http://www.golfcacouna.com

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