Who hasn’t dreamed of a day spent lounging on a vast sandy shore and walking for miles without reaching the end? That’s exactly what you can do on kilometres of shoreline at Parc national de la Pointe-Taillon. The park forms a large peninsula that advances between the waters of Lac Saint-Jean and Péribonka River. Pointe-Taillon offers a mild landscape with sandy plains and flat land, without hills nor mountains. Peat lands occupy most of the territory, and wetlands are abundant.