What to do in the Lower St. Lawrence
The perfect four-season destination, the Bas-Saint-Laurent offers great options for the whole family. In addition to all the summer activities – beaches, swimming, hiking, biking and golf – come winter, our snowmobile trails and four ski centres are open for sledding, downhill skiing, cross-country skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing and more. No matter which activity you choose, you’ll discover magical landscapes on the shores of the St. Lawrence and in the region’s mountains and forests.
ALL FAMILY ACTIVITIES
In Bas-Saint-Laurent, you don’t have to look for activities. They impose themselves. Everywhere, the magnificence and diversity of the landscapes are so many pretexts to enjoy nature, by land or sea, regardless of the season. With two national parks, historic lighthouses, discovery or whale-watching cruises and biking and snowmobile trails galore, your activities will turn into discoveries, which the whole family will keep fond memories of.
CULTURE AND HISTORY
The Bas-Saint-Laurent is nothing less than an open-air museum. With so many cultures influenced by the British, the French and the First Nations, the region offers a wealth of attractions to satisfy your thirst for knowledge in a festive ambience. Our architectural heritage is among the richest and largest in Québec. A wide range of historical discovery activities lets the whole family learn while having fun. Who could ask for anything more?
HUNTING AND FISHING
Gently teasing fish until they take the hook, using your best hunting techniques to take your quarry – this is what awaits in the Bas-Saint-Laurent, a favourite destination for your favourite sport. Our many hunting and fishing areas will satisfy the even most demanding enthusiasts.
From great shows to seasonal indoor and outdoor events, the Bas-Saint-Laurent knows how to have fun.
With festivals and events held one after another year round in our towns and villages, you’ll be spoiled for choice!
SNOWMOBILING IN THE BAS-SAINT-LAURENT
The Bas-Saint-Laurent region annually receives a great amount of snow that favours snowmobiling. It is 1 800 kilometres of groomed and secure trails with quality accommodations and restaurants close by.
But, before you leave, always check on the weather and above all drive safe!