Opemican National Park, located in Abitibi-Témiscamingue, in western Quebec, opened on June 22, 2019. This new park is managed by Sépaq whose main mission is the preservation and enhancement of the natural heritage. from the province.

2nd National Park in Abitibi-Témiscamingue, after the Aiguebelle National Park, the Opémican National Park is nestled in the sector of Pointe-Opémican. The park is distinguished by the richness of its historical and cultural heritage with its 9 archaeological sites and Jodoin Hostel, one of the oldest buildings in the region. The presence of the Anishinabeg community invites travelers to learn about Aboriginal traditions.

The Opémican National Park offers the possibility of sleeping on site with a campground and 11 ready-to-camp “Etoile”. Visitors will be able to indulge in numerous sports activities thanks to the network of trails and organized nautical circuits: canoeing, kayaking, hiking and cycling…