Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook, Coaticook

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Must see · National Park · Nature / Park
Explore the dense, verdant landscape of the 50 m (164 ft) deep gorge and its surroundings at Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook. Hiking, horse riding, camping and mountain biking, the trails here provide a range of outdoor activities you can try at the gorge. Brave the longest suspension bridge in North America and experience an enchanting alternate view of the park with the magical illuminated night walk Forest Illumine. Three main routes ranging in length and difficulty make the hikes accessible for all abilities and the on site miniature farm is a favourite among young ones. Check the park's website for opening information, as weather conditions can affect access. Put Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook at the forefront of your travel plans using our Coaticook trip builder app.
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  • I have visited twice for Foresta Lumina and been blown away both times. The light shows are truly magical  more »
  • Very nice walk in the woods, with excellent views of the gorge below from the bridge. While the paths are very well cared for, some are steep and there are a few long stairs which may be a challenge....  more »
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  • So much fun! Spend the better part of a day here if you enjoy the outdoors. The trails are quite steep, but they are most definitely worth the effort, as is a climb up the observation tower. When I visited in the early summer of 2018, it seemed that some trail and facility improvements were underway. They will be welcome, but I do hope the park retains its quaint, backwoods feel.
  • Went there this past weekend with my family. Great place to camp. The park for the kids to play was great, the modules looked recent and they were well cared for. The sites were on the spacious side. Bathrooms and site were kept very clean. The ashes and leftovers from the previous campers fire were still there when we came which isn't a major infraction in my book. I find the curfew of midnight is a little late seeing that as we were falling asleep at 11pm some guests lit up some fireworks which startle us awake. In all, we will be returning for sure.

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