Isle-aux-Grues is the only island inhabited all year long of the archipelago. It boasts the largest unspoiled wetland in northeastern North America. These mud flats are a perfect place for watching birds or hunting waterfowl (via an outfitter). Isle-aux-Grues is accessible by public ferry (depending on tides), private cruise boats and plane. Once on the island, you can walk, bike or take the tourist trolley and its guided tour. Accommodations include an inn, B&B, tourist guest house and campground. Taste excellent artisan cheeses made at the local farm cooperative, such as Le Riopelle, Le Tomme de Grosse-Île and Le Mi-Carême, which owes it name to Mid-Lent, the famous costumed celebration. Don't miss the exhibit at the Centre de la Volière and Le Grenier de l'Isle museum. Lastly, the Jean-Paul Riopelle natural reserve is a protected ecological area that boasts 2.5 km of looped trails.
107, de la Volière road