The Bioparc de la Gaspésie is home to about 40 animal species indigenous to the region in a setting that resembles their natural habitat. Explore the interpretive trail along which you can encounter these animals during interpretive activities as well as observe them feeding. Visit the pavilion featuring amphibians and reptiles from Québec as well as the insectarium where you can admire an impressive collection of living and preserved insects. You can also visit the animals at the petting farm and spend the night at the Bioparc during the “Overnight with the Wolves” activity.
Also on site: children’s play area, restaurant, gift shop, picnic areas and free parking. The Bioparc also offers seaside cottage rentals.
June 1 to September 27 and during the March break
ScheduleDaily, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; upon reservation for groups off-season
Cost$14.75 to $24 (depending on age category); free for children under 3; family rate available
ReservationsRequired for groups only
- American Express
- Childrens playground
- Picnic area
- No pets allowed
- Restaurant or snack bar
- Conference/meeting room
- Free parking
- Other: strollers for rent, Wi-Fi, mobile app, family treasure hunt
How to get there
Wildlife park (123, rue des Vieux-Ponts)
From Route 132, turn onto Rue des Vieux-Ponts; the park is about 2 km (1 mi.) east of the centre of Bonaventure.
Cottages (142, rue Beaubassin)
From Route 132, turn onto Rue Beaubassin. The cottages are not far from the centre of Bonaventure, next to the municipal campground.
Affiliations and distinctions
- Tourisme Gaspésie
- Must-See Attractions Gaspésie
- Québec Museum Association (SMQ)
- Bonaventure Tourism Office
- National silver Québec Tourism Award in the “Accommodations − Tourism Homes” category (2010)
- National silver Québec Tourism Award in the “Tourism Development and Innovation” category (1999)