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Eco-Friendly Tourism

Best Practices Guide

Make your stay in Kamouraska truly memorable by doing these few simple things.

The St. Lawrence River

Beach fires and camping on the shores of the St. Lawrence River are not allowed.

Protected Areas

We thank you for respecting protected areas and biodiversity. These are essential to our fauna and flora equilibrium.

Waste Management

Take all non-biodegradable waste back with you or discard of it by placing it in a waste bin.

Farming Industry

Farmers put food on our tables and shape our landscape. For a harmonious cohabitation, please be understanding and stay alert for incoming machinery during your travels.


All dogs must be kept on a leash and monitored closely. Owners must pick up their animal’s excrement.

You are Most Welcome

Take time to speak with locals, but please respect private property.

Eco-friendly tourists do not travel differently than others, just better. They support economic development by buying from local producers and are mindful of preserving the cultural and natural resources of the places they visit.

Public facilities by municipality

All municipalities
All public facilities


  • La plage
  • Les battures du fleuve
  • Merci aux marcheurs de protéger la végétation du Sentier du Cabouron en ne quittant pas le sentier.


No facility available.

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