Parc national du Fjord-du-Saguenay is a conservation park with three sectors, whose twin missions are education and promotion of the environment. A major attraction in Eastern North America and a witness to the movement of the icebergs that moulded this area’s stunning landscapes and mysterious fjord, Parc national du Fjord-du-Saguenay adjoins the Saguenay–St. Lawrence Marine Park for over 100 km (60 mi.) in a series of bays, coves and breathtaking cliffs. Its winter scenery is truly spectacular!
This park offers various packages including accommodations in cabins with activities, hut accommodations for long hikes, RV and tent campsites, primitive campsites for hikers or kayakers, short and long hikes, short and long sea kayaking excursions, short cruises on the fjord, backcountry skiing and snowshoeing, a via ferrata, interpretation centres with permanent exhibitions, interpretive activities with naturalists and theatrical presentations. Inquire about our packages!
A vast array of souvenirs, clothing, discovery products and outdoor articles is offered at the Boutique Nature. Come and visit us!
Open year-round. Services provided depend on time of year; high season runs from early June to mid-October and from mid-December to mid-April.
Cost$9.25/adult, free for children (under 18); additional charges may apply for various activities. Rates valid until December 31. You must purchase a daily access pass online before you visit a national park: www.sepaq.com/parksaccess
ReservationsRequired for some activities
- American Express
- Picnic area
- No pets allowed
- Free parking
- Guide services
How to get there
Baie-Éternité sector (Saguenay Fjord Interpretation Centre)
From Route 175 North (Laurentides Wildlife Reserve), take Route 170 East to the village of Rivière-Éternité. From Route 138 East, take Route 170 West in Saint-Siméon to the village of Rivière-Éternité.
Baie-Sainte-Marguerite sector (Beluga Interpretation Centre)
From Route 138 East, take Route 172 West. From Route 175 North, take Route 172 East.
Affiliations and distinctions
- Parcs Québec network (Sépaq)
- Tourisme Côte-Nord