1010, Promenade des Anciens (Portail Pélagie‐Cormier),
Phone: 418 538-3285
Toll free: 1 888 773-8888
Other phone: 418 538-3331, adm.
Fax: 418 538-3595
Contact us by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
The Mingan Archipelago encompasses roughly 20 limestone islands and over a thousand granite islets stretching along the coast between the villages of Longue-Pointe-de-Mingan and Aguanish. It includes the largest concentration of erosion monoliths in Canada, a wide variety of plant life, many bird species and two lighthouses. Some of the islands have lookouts, marked hiking trails, picnic areas and shelters. While you're there, take part in one of the proposed activities or go on a hike or picnic. Treat yourself to a night of primitive camping, stay in an oTENTik ready-to-camp unit or at the inn on Île aux Perroquets. To get to the islands, contact a boat operator.
Early June to late September.
Daily Park Entry* Youth (17 and under): Free Adult: $5.90 Senior: $5.00 Family or group (7 people max.): $12.00 *Taxes included. Marine transportation service extra.