From the beginning of July to mid-August, the Pin Rouge Resort Team offers various family activities. On your arrival at Pin Rouge or at Taylor Point Camping, a program of the week is given to you. At Pin Rouge Mountain, benefit from the heated outdoor pool and water fun park (free if you rent a cabin), aquafitness sessions, excursions, mountain bike single-track paths, nature, sports, cultural and creative events and activities. Located at the heart of Chaleurs Bay, our Resort is not only the perfect base camp to enjoy the mountain and the sea environment but also to discover the many attractions in the vicinity of Pin Rouge.Watch the video of Pin Rouge Resort
From early July to mid-August, you’ll get great entertainment in Pin Rouge. Get the weekly program at your arrival and choose what you want in it. Our team have one goal and it’s to make a success of your stay here. Activities for kids : sports, arts, little shows, etc. But dont get us wrong ! There is entertainment for adults too: guided moutain bike, night climb of the moutain and many others !
From the beginning of July to the end of August, enjoy our swimming pool with heated water, whirlpool and a view on the mountain. Watch your kids having a load of fun playing in the water games with water streams spraying from the ground right beside the pool. Access is free for guests of the Pin Rouge Resort and seasonals users of the Taylor’s Point Campgroung. The pool can accommodate 50 people. Please be careful, some restrictions are in effect for the public for some dates. More info
New mountain bike trails, bike park for children and a “pumptrack” (skill course)! Mountain bike trails include both beginner and intermediate level single track trails that are built in the cross-country ski trails area. Access over 30 kilometers of trails in steep terrain to intermediate level.Furthermore, at the edge of the river, you have an additional beautiful playground in the Carrefour de l’auto New Richmond Trails (this area is free)! Duration of + / – 1 hour.
|Daily Access Pass||Annual Access Pass|
|12 y-o and more||$ 6||-|
|11 y-o and less||$ 4||-|
|Rider Baie-des-Chaleurs||-||$ 70|
Note that mountain biking is free when you rent a chalet.
We now have two brand new Norco bikes that you can rent.
-15$ per hour
-35$ per day (9:00 to 6 pm)Our trails on Trailforks Watch the video of mountain biking at Pin Rouge
There ares a lot of touristic attractions near Pin Rouge. Whether you want to go at an animal park, a fishing excursion or even to the theater everything is possible.
And there’s not just those three activities, take a look at all the activities you can do around here.
It’s also interesting to know that if you stay 2 nights or more in Pin Rouge, you will get the “Partners-Passport” which gives you 15% of rebate in our favorite attractions.
Our hiking paths on the mountain or along the river give you access to the best of the Gaspésie : its pure wilderness. It’s free and right on the site of the Pin Rouge Resort.
You can also access the summit for free via the no. 1 runway spreading on 3,5 km. At the top, you might want to get up the observation tour and admire the panoramic view of the Chic-Chocs, Mount Albert, Mount St. Joseph, Petite-Cascapedia River and Baie-des-Chaleurs, 670 meters above sea level. Refuge summit is accessible at all times.
Roll down a 23 km hybrid or mountain bike path along the beautiful Petite-Cascapedia River and chemin St-Edgar. You’ll have to cycle on the side of the road – be visible and careful. The trail connects the Pin Rouge Resort to downtown New Richmond. We suggest a stop at mid-course to see the St-Edgar covered bridge. The ZEC office is right by and you’ll also find a convenience store at the beginning of your trip.
Enjoy the trails around Pin Rouge that cand lead you pretty much where you want in the Gaspesie forest.
As the Pin Rouge Resort is located near the Petite-Cascapédia River and lakes, it is a dream place for fishing enthusiasts. The Resort is 10 kilometers from the ZEC Petite-Cascapedia. The ZEC has 4 fishing sectors. The river tumbles over 100 km and 4 species are fished : salmon, trout, brook trout and sculpin. Fishing opportunities for canoeing and wading. Phone: 418-392-4105