Mont-Tremblant National Park (Parc national du Mont-Tremblant), 23 km (14 mi.) e. of Hwy. 117N, comprises 1,510 square kilometres (583 sq. mi.) and is a year-round favorite for outdoor recreational activities in the Laurentians. Rounded hilltops alternating with high peaks, trees as far as you can see, 400 lakes, a network of rivers and streams, 196 species of birds and facilities for summer and winter activities make the park one of Québec's more popular vacation areas.
Visitor centers are at 3824 ch. du Lac Supérieur in Lac-Supérieur (La Diable sector); 1002 rue du Lac Caché in La Macaza (La Cachée sector); 5555 ch. du Parc in St-Côme (L'Assomption sector); and 2954 Rte. 125N in St-Donat (LaPimbina).
Pets are not permitted.
Recreational activities are permitted. Camping is permitted. Picnicking is permitted. Food is available.