Whether you are camping, departing from a long 4-day hike in Le Fjord trail or just passing through for a picnic with your family, landscapes and unusual visitors of this unique bay will move you. The main attraction of the Sainte- Marguerite Bay is undoubtedly the belugas whale. Clusters of small white whales are frequently seen in summer from a gazebo erected at the entrance of the bay, just over 2 km from the Discovery and Services Centre. A park ranger is stationed there all afternoon in the summer to help you discover the fascinating world of this protected species. An exhibition is also dedicated to it and invites you to also discover the history of the village of Sacré-Coeur and of the former Bay Mills site.
Get in the shoes of scientists and discover the universe of the beluga whale, thanks to the activity “Canari des mers”. Register at the Discovery and Service Centre. Offered in French only.
1121, route 172 Nord, Sacré-Cœur, Tel.: 1 800 665-6527 – 418 236-1132
from May 19 to October 9 2017
Access fees apply. Free for kids 17 and under.