Forillon, a national park created in 1970, is located at the farthest reach of the Gaspé Peninsula. Its majestic landscapes cover a 244 km2 area that is carved out of the sea, cliffs and mountains. Forillon protects a representative sample of the Notre-Dame and Mégantic mountain regions and certain elements of the Gulf of St. Lawrence marine region.
The presence of ten different rock formations, colonies of seabirds and enigmatic artic-alpine plants give this park its unique character. Within this seaside park, the Grande-Grave National Heritage Site attests to the way of life of fishing families.
Enjoy a wide range of activities by sea and in the forest! Take a stoll across the pebble beach, go snorkelling and discover the wildlife or simply sit back and relax and listed to the seabirds and whale sounds.
They offer a whale watching cruise where you'll get to see the magnificent animals in their natural habitat and you may spot other wildlife too!
Take Highway 132 East to Forillon National Park. Forillon National Park is 400 km from Rimouski, 700 km from Québec, and 350 km from the New Brunswick border.Get directions
Daily and seasonal access passes to Forillon National Park are only payable on site.
Gift shop on site
Picnic areas on site