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Campground at parc national du Bic 

Establishment number : 199032
Open year round
3382, route 132 Ouest
Rimouski (Qc), Canada
G0L 1B0
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Campground at parc national du Bic - Bas-Saint-Laurent
Get comfortably settled at one of 190 sites spread across three campgrounds at Parc national du Bic. Rivière-du-Sud-Ouest and Rioux sectors have water and electricity, others in the La Coulé sector are without services. Try a Huttopia tent at the Rioux and Rivière-du-Sud-Ouest campgrounds. Enjoy a great variety of activities: seal watching, hiking along the water, sea kayaking at sunset, biking, geocaching and more! Winter campsites are available in the Porc-Épic sector. A minimum of 2 adults per sector is required for camper safety. Photo credit: parc national du Bic, Sépaq

Campground at parc national du Bic
Establishment number : 199032
Open year round
3382, route 132 Ouest
Rimouski (Qc), Canada
G0L 1B0

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Bird Watching    
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Cross-Country Skiing    
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National Park    
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Camping    
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Hiking    
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Wildlife Observation    
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Canoeing and Kayaking    
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Ice and Wood    
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