An Inuit adventure tailored to you

Located in the transition zone between the boreal forest and the tundra, Parc National Tursujuq, the largest of Quebec’s national parks, is at the crossroads of Inuit and Cree cultures. It is home to over one hundred archeological sites, and its vast network of largely unexplored lakes and rivers is a genuine sanctuary for belugas. The two circular basins of Lac à l’Eau-Claire, the result of a dual meteoritic impact, together form the second largest natural lake in Quebec, while adjacent to Lac Guillaume-Delisle, rise the fabulous Hudsonian cuestas. The park allows camping in both summer and winter.

  • Camping

  • Flora observation

  • Wildlife observation

Activity locations


Season of activity

Summer / Winter


Contact information

  • Photo credit: Adam Lemay Gaudet

  • Photo credit: Steve Deschênes