Our region offers you a wide choice of activities for all ages and interest. We have chosen a few that are nearby, if you want more information you can contact Tourisme Trois-Rivières or Tourisme Mauricie.
So plan your getaway right now!
The seigniorial forest of Pointe-du-Lac offers 8 km where you can walk beautiful paths and marked trails.
Only 2km from the Auberge, take the time to enjoy this jewel from the past, a 300-year-old forest now owned by the inn.
You won’t want to miss "Québec, Crimilally Speaking", an exhibition about Québec’s criminal history, the "Maeva Odyssey", a youth adventure exhibition, and "Journey to the Great Beyond: Mortuary Practices in Québec".
Adjoining the Québec Museum of Folk Culture, the Old Prison of Trois-Rivières, classified as a historic monument, offers an experience visit "in PRISON!"
Phone : 819 372-0406
Built in 1765, the Moulin seigneurial de Pointe-du-Lac is one of Québec’s architectural jewels. This site has preserved the charm and warm ambiance from the past. You will enjoy an unforgettable experience.
Classified a historic monument, the Mill is one of the buildings from its time that is still in working order.
Beside the mill, you can visit l’Église de la Visitation-de-la-Sainte-Vierge the second church in Pointe-du-Lac, destroyed by fire in 1882, was rebuilt on the walls of the previous one erected in 1844. It contains sculptures from Léo Arbour, one of Canada’s great sacred artists
Phone : 819 377-1396
Come to a more than three hundred year-old place and immerse yourself in the life of the Ursulines. Moving testimonials of a time not so long ago when walls surrounded the Ursulines Monastery, when praying, teaching and caring for the sick were an integral part of these nuns’ daily lives.
Discover their chapel surmounted by a dome, now an Old Trois-Rivières landmark, and let yourself be inspired by their ethnographic collection bearing witness to an active monastic life.
Phone : 819 375-7922
Not only Canada’s first iron industry, but also its first industrial village, that is the Forges du Saint-Maurice National Historic Site's very essence.
On the shore of the Saint-Maurice River and bordered by a brook, the Forges combines cultural and natural treasures. In the Grande Maison it is possible to enter the universe of this original industrial community. The blast furnace reveals the mystery of iron-making. The archaeological remains are witnesses of this era where life of the whole community centered on the intense iron production.
Phone : 819 378-5116
Located in the former filtration plant of the Canadian International Paper Company (CIP) in Trois-Rivières, BORÉALIS shows the human face of the paper industry: a unique encounter between man and machine. The museum pays tribute to the thousands of lumberjacks, log drivers and workers who dedicated their lives to their job
Phone : 819 372-4633
Founded in 1888, the Sanctuaire Notre-Dame-du-Cap is the second largest Marian shrine in Canada. Located on the shore of the river, this religious and cultural heritage site is open to visitors year round. They can stroll in the gardens. The historic chapel, built in 1714, and the large basilica with its impressive stained glass are worth the detour. Picnic area, restaurant, gift shop and lodging on-site. Located by the St. Lawrence River.
Phone : 819 374 2441
In any season, come discover our site on the shore of Lake Saint-Pierre, which was declared a world biosphere reserve by UNESCO.
We offer : Summer sailing school, course and rental of sailboards, centerboarders, catamarans, kayaks, course and rental of kites, snowkites, kitewings.
Phone : 819 377-5454
The Île Saint-Quentin Park is a recreational and tourist area in an urban environment. It offers a wide range of activities and events year-round.
Activities: swimming in the Saint-Maurice River, beach, outdoor swimming pool and wading pool, children’s playground, hebertism trail, canoe, rabaska, climbing, volley-ball...
Rental services: restaurant, canoe, rabaska, climbing, dragon boat and more
Phone : 819 373-8151
The biggest wave pool in Québec!
Have fun in the big waves or on the water slides. The water is heated to 82 degrees Fahrenheit. Can welcome more than 1,500 swimmers. Water slides, volleyball court.
Karting Trois-Rivières invites young and old to live some thrills on track, in a safe environment. Three types of go-karts on three different tracks are available for all ages. You can make your adrenalin rush alone or with a group, during a timed race.
A rural fruiterie (fruit and vegetable stand) on a covered bridge overlooking the seigneurial Saint-Charles river. The mini-farm keeps small children busy while their parents load up on fresh fruit, vegetables and regional delicacies.
Phone : 819 377-3108
Discover the beauty of the luxuriant shoreline!
- Learn more about the beautiful city of Trois-Rivières and its history;
- Admire the downtown area, the port, the Laviolette bridge, the Notre-Dame-du-Cap Shrine, Saint-Quentin Island and the mouth of the St. Maurice River;
- A unique opportunity to discover the world reserve of the Lac-St-Pierre Biosphere.