Bonaventure Island and Percé Rock National Park / Île-Bonaventure sector

Bonaventure Island and Percé Rock National Park / Île-Bonaventure sector

Île-Bonaventure-et-du-Rocher-Percé National Park is an emblem and a jewel of Quebec national parks network.  The Île-Bonaventure sector offers 4 beautiful hiking trails totaling 15 km. Des Mousses, des Colonies, du Roy and Paget trails all lead you to the spectacular colony of Northern Gannets. On your way to the bird sanctuary you will explore various natural environments such as meadows, fields and coniferous forest. To further immerse yourself in the captivating atmosphere of the island, the park warden-naturalists offer guided hikes, visits of the ancestral homes, activities at the Northern Gannet colony… Several on-site services are offered such as restaurant, sanitation facilities, boutique-nature, family rally…

2024 Visitor’s Guide and Trail Map

Opening date: June 2 to October 14, 2024.

2024 access fee: $9.85 taxes included, 18 years and older.

Free for children 17 years old and under.

(transportation by boat not included), the purchase of access rights is done online : (Here)

For more information on the and Facebook

4, rue du Quai, Percé (Québec) G0C 2L0
Phone: 418-782-2240

The transportation of visitors to the Parc l’Île-Bonaventure-et-du-Rocher-Percé is done by boat with : Les Bateliers de Percé and Les Croisières Julien Cloutier.