Tourisme Charlevoix

Municipalité de Petite-Rivière-Saint-François

About

As you progress downhill, with a panoramic backdrop, appears a village bordering the St-Lawrence River for several kilometers. Petite-Rivière-St-François is where settlers first touched ground in Charlevoix, and has long been home to infrastructures used to build and store schooners, a time that can be discovered while walking the riverside trail. Depending on the season, you may take a look at the artworks displayed at the Maillard chapel, enjoy the breathtaking view at the pier, or have a peaceful picnic at Riverains park. During the winter season, sliding sport lovers will find their thrill at the Massif de Charlevoix. A few miles from the village, on route 138, is the starting point of the Sentier des Caps de Charlevoix and the Gabrielle-Roy trails.

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  • Eel enthusiasts are invited to enjoy outdoor and indoor family activities during Thanksgiving long weekend. Charlevoix’s oldest festival, Les festivités de l’anguille celebrated its 46th anniversary in 2019. An ideal opportunity to admire the fall colors, to learn about traditional eel fishing and to discover the countless dishes prepared with eel.

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1067, rue Principale
Petite-Rivière-Saint-François (QC)  G0A 2L0

  418 760-1050
  info@petiteriviere.com

Visit the official site of Municipalité de Petite-Rivière-Saint-François

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