If you think a forest is as good as another, you haven’t heard of the Kiamika Regional Park!
The Kiamika Regional Park represents 184 km2 of biodiversity, dozens of lakes as well as over forty islands where a unique one-on-one meeting with nature awaits you. For exceptional year-round activities, we choose Kiamika, naturally!
Trade the ordinary for the extraordinary and yet magical dimension of Kiamika with kilometres of sandy beaches, camping in privacy, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, wildlife observation, hunting, dog-sledding, snowshoeing, and many more sought-after activities. At the Kiamika Regional Park, nature comes first!
The Kiamika Regional Park is located less than 200 km from Montreal and epitomizes the ultimate outdoor recreation destination where you can get in touch with nature.
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If you are curious by nature or do have any questions or comments, please do not hesitate to contact the Kiamika Regional Park team. firstname.lastname@example.org
Office and administrative center
1850, boul. Fernand-Lafontaine
Rivière-Rouge (Québec) J0T 1T0
Andrew Herbst, Finance and Administration
Geneviève Poirier-Beauchamp, Operations Coordinator
Sara Marmen, Visitor Services and Environmental Coordinator
Caroline Collin, Communications Manager
Normand Casavant, Customer Service Leader - "Pointe Sud" et "Accueil mobile"
Denis Pageault, Nautical Partrol and Enforcement of Regulations Leader
Mme Déborah Bélanger (Rivière-Rouge), President
M. Normand St-Amour (MRC d'Antoine-Labelle - TNO), Vice-president
M. Yves Sigouin (Rivière-Rouge), Treasurer
Mme Francine Asselin-Bélisle (Lac-Saguay)
M. Yves Germain (Lac-Saguay)
Mme Micheline Bélec (Chute-Saint-Philippe)
Mme Denise Grenier (Chute-Saint-Philippe)
M. Jocelyn Campeau (MRC d'Antoine-Labelle)
M. Robert Lambertz (APRK)