Plan your visit

Forillon National Park

At the northeast tip of the Gaspé Peninsula, Forillon National Park is located 770 km from Québec City and 350 km from the New Brunswick border. Three camping areas are available: Petit-Gaspé in the southern area and Des-Rosiers and Cap-Bon-Ami in the northern area. Forillon is an ideal relaxation destination for family or friends over a long weekend… or perhaps longer!

Brochures and publications

Maps, visitor guide.

Dates and hours of operation

Entrance gate, facilities and campground hours of operation.


Accessible trails, camping, facilities and experiences.


Make a reservation for campsites, accommodations and select activities.

Camping and overnight accommodations

Types of accommodations, camping, equipped camping.


Daily visitor fees, camping fees, and more. Free admission for youth.

Passes for expropriated persons

Pass program for owners expropriated at the time of the creation of Forillon National Park and their descendants.

Safety and guidelines

Important bulletin, living with black bears, camping safety, safety at sea, road safety and more. 

How to get here


South area toll booth
2286 Grande-Grève Boulevard
Gaspé QC G4X 6L7

North area toll booth
1440 Cap-des-Rosiers Boulevard
Gaspé QC G4X 6G7




By car
Take Highway 132 East to Forillon National Park. Forillon National Park is 400 km from Rimouski, 700 km from Québec, and 350 km from the New Brunswick border.

By other means
Forillon National Park is accessible by Autocar from various cities in Québec.

The Park is also accessible from the town of Gaspé with the regional collective transportation.

Michel-Pouliot Gaspé Airport is located at 43 km from the South Area entrance of Forillon National Park.

Admission is free for youth 17 and under!
Others fees still apply.

Daily and seasonal access passes to Forillon National Park are only payable on site.

Detailed fees list


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