Réserve faunique de Portneuf

229, rue du Lac-Vert
C. P. 10
Rivière-à-Pierre
QC, G0A 3A0

With a surface area of about 775 km² (229.2 sq. mi.), this vast wildlife preserve in Portneuf is only one hour from Québec City.

This wildlife preserve has hiking trails and beautiful natural spaces where you can go to escape from hectic modern life. A great holiday idea: opt for one of the packages that include accommodations (wilderness camping, cottage or cabin). Once you have settled into your own little corner of the forest, you can spend your time doing as you please, such as by hiking, wildlife watching, biking, hunting or fishing! A wonderful way to spend time with your family. Several services and free activities for children aged 17 or under. Take advantage of the affordable rates to plan your outdoor vacation! In the winter, you can pull your children around on a sled or take them ice fishing. Other activities include skating, tobogganing, cross-country skiing and ice fishing for trout. Equipment available onsite.

Activities
  • Fishing and Hunting

    You can fish (speckled trout, splake, mountain trout, lake trout and musky) or hunt small game, bear, white-tailed deer and moose in the scenic…

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  • Hiking

    Two of the most spectacular hiking trails in this wildlife preserve can be found at the Bellevue Lake campground. Stretch your legs in the great…

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  • Cottages and Houses

    There are 38 fully-equipped cottages scattered across the wildlife preserve, each able to accommodate from 2 to 14 people. Sixteen cottages are…

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  • Parks, Reserves and Resorts

    This reserve, which is the pride of the county of Portneuf, covers some 775 sq. km (484 sq. mi.). The hilly terrain is dotted with over 375 lakes,…

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  • Ice Fishing

    In the winter, go speckled trout fishing on lakes Proulx and Lindsay. Ice fishing may be combined with snowshoeing and cross-country skiing under…

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Detailed Schedule:
Hours: mid-May to mid-November and mid-December to mid-March. Admission: fees are charged for several activities, and reservations may be required.

Closed Period:
Closed from mid-March to mid-May and from November 12 to mid-December.

Parking:
Free Outdoor on Site

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229, rue du Lac-Vert
C. P. 10
Rivière-à-Pierre, QC,
G0A 3A0
Réserve faunique de Portneuf
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  • Fishing and Hunting

    You can fish (speckled trout, splake, mountain trout, lake trout and musky) or hunt small game, bear, white-tailed deer and moose in the scenic wilderness of this preserve.

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  • Hiking

    Two of the most spectacular hiking trails in this wildlife preserve can be found at the Bellevue Lake campground. Stretch your legs in the great outdoors while admiring the view!

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    Admission Fee: No
    Length: 11 miles
    Hiking Season: Mid-May to end of October (except September)
    Trail Rating: Easy, Intermediate, Difficult

    Available Unavailable
    Pet-Friendly
    Toilets
    Winter Hiking
  • Cottages and Houses

    There are 38 fully-equipped cottages scattered across the wildlife preserve, each able to accommodate from 2 to 14 people. Sixteen cottages are available during the winter.

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    Hotel Rating:

    CITQ Number: 083296

    Number of Units: 38
    Number of Units With Air Conditioning: 0
    Number of Units With Private Bathroom: 38

    Available Unavailable
    Fireplace
    Free WI-FI Internet
    Indoor Spa
    Laundry
    Outdoor Spa
    Pet-Friendly
    Units with Television
  • Parks, Reserves and Resorts

    This reserve, which is the pride of the county of Portneuf, covers some 775 sq. km (484 sq. mi.). The hilly terrain is dotted with over 375 lakes, rivers and waterfalls, including Marmite Falls. Winter activities: cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, ice fishing, nature walks and sledding. Summer activities: fishing, hunting, canoeing and camping.

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  • Ice Fishing

    In the winter, go speckled trout fishing on lakes Proulx and Lindsay. Ice fishing may be combined with snowshoeing and cross-country skiing under certain conditions.

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