Parc national du Bic

3382, route 132 Ouest
Rimouski (Quebec) Canada
G0L 1B0
Phone:
+418-736-5035
Fax:
+418-736-5039
Toll free:
+1-800-665-6527
Email:
parc.bic@sepaq.com

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Set yourself up comfortably in one of the 238 campsites found in Parc national du Bic. In total, four campgrounds offer sites to suit everyone’s needs. Some sites have water and electric hookups.

Traditional “ready-to-camp” (glamping) tents are available in the Rioux and Rivière-du-Sud-Ouest campgrounds; you can also opt to stay in a cube-shaped Étoile glamping unit in the Tombolo sector. La Coulée, a rustic campground, provides nature lovers with 9 tent platforms. In the winter, yurts and winter camping are available for visitors looking for a unique experience.

Parc national du Bic offers you a memorable experience: spend a night in one of our 11 yurts. A traditional dwelling used by nomads living in the steppes of Central Asia, yurts are an alternative type of four-season accommodations. More comfortable than standard tents, yurts also have a unique rustic charm. Their round shape encourages rest and relaxation. You can also observe the stars through the keystone window and enjoy the view of Baie de l’Anse aux Bouleaux Est (in the Île-aux-Amours sector) or Baie des Ha! Ha! (in the Tombolo sector).

Providing more comfort, the park’s cabins offer large windows overlooking stunning scenery. The EXP cabins, which have a unique design, are perfect for 2 people. The practical Echo cabins feature two rooms (one closed) and can accommodate up to 4 people. You will appreciate the well-equipped kitchen as well as the small living room with a woodstove, which is a perfect place to relax.

In short, the park has everything you need for a relaxing change of scenery with friends, family or as a couple.


Opening dates

Open year-round


Room capacity

50 campsites with water and electric hookups
2 sites with water hookup
79 campsites with electric hookup
98 campsites with no hookups
9 tent platforms (wilderness camping)
11 yurts
28 traditional “ready-to-camp” (glamping) tents
10 Étoile “ready-to-camp” (glamping) units
5 EXP cabins
4 Echo cabins


Payment methods

  • Visa  Visa
  • MasterCard  MasterCard
  • American Express  American Express
  • Interac  Interac
  • Cash  Cash

Types of lodging offered

Campgrounds
Stay overnight in the park in a campground or opt for a glamping unit or cabin. Some sites provide water and electric hookups, while one sector offers tent platforms for wilderness camping and is closed to vehicles. Winter camping is also available.
Unusual Accommodations
In the winter, yurts and winter camping are available for visitors looking for a unique experience. For more comfort, you can also stay in a cabin with large windows. The EXP cabins are perfect for 2 people. The Echo cabins, which accommodate up to 4 people, feature two rooms (one closed), a well-equipped kitchen and a small living room with a woodstove.


Services

On site

  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Convenience store
  • Laundromat
  • Bicycle rental
  • Panoramic lookout
  • Boat ramp
  • Free outdoor parking
  • Group rates
  • Public telephone
  • Other: Nature boutique
  • Guide services

Outdoor equipment

  • Tables
  • Children's playground
  • Fire pit
  • Firewood for sale
  • Playing area with sports equipment

On-site activites

  • Interpretation
  • Wildlife observation
  • Observation of marine mammals
  • Bike path
  • Sea nearby
  • Activity program for adults
  • Activity program for children
  • Hiking trails
  • Cross-country ski trails
  • Mountain bike trails
  • River nearby
  • Kayaking


How to get there

Access to Parc national du Bic is via Route 132 between the municipalities of Saint-Fabien, in the west, and Bic, in the east. The Cap-à-l'Orignal entrance is the park's main entrance, whereas the Rivière-du-Sud-Ouest entrance should be used to get to the campground. The park is also accessible by water via the Havre-du-Bic sector.


Affiliations and distinctions

Affiliations

  • Parcs Québec network (SÉPAQ)
  • Aventure Écotourisme Québec (AEQ)
  • Tourisme Bas-Saint-Laurent
  • Route Bleue du sud de l'estuaire (southern estuary waterway)
  • Tourisme Rimouski
  • Destination Bic/St-Fabien

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