Looking for a Beach ?



Everything is better at the beach, right?

If you looking for a sandy spot on the water in or around Quebec City,  here are a few family friendly options:



Parc de la Plage Jacques Cartier offers an urban oasis  for stroller walks along the St Laurence river. You can’t swim here but you can smell salty air and enjoy the balmy  breezes. Parking is free and the view is magnificent. 

The  Base de plein air de Ste-Foy is an outdoor recreational centre located at the junction of the Félix-Leclerc and Duplessis highways. This is your least expensive option for a day at the beach with the kids. Parking is free and rates are reasonable. They even have a selection of toddler-sized  life vests available for you to borrow free-of charge during your visit.  

The  Baie de Beauport is  an awesome beach with lots of fun  family activities. Before planning an outing here it is  best to check that the water quality is safe for swimming as this beach is sometimes closed due to high bacteria count. Click here for tarifs: https://baiedebeauport.com/fr/la-baie/tarifs-et-heures-douverture

The Club Nautique de Lac-Beauport  is free for residents of Lac-Beauport. The rest of us can visit for a fee: http://lac-beauport.quebec/resident/sport-et-loisirs/club-nautique/  Children under 5 years of age are free. 

The clean, beautiful, family-friendly beach at Lac St-Joseph  can be accessed for free, if you know a local with a beach pass! Other wise check the tarifs here: https://la-plage.ca/plage/ Prices are less later in the day and children under 3 are free. 




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