- TripBuzz found 24 things to do with kids in or near Beaupre, Quebec, including 19 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Ile d'Orleans, Lac-Beauport, L'Isle-aux-Grues and Beaumont.
- From Canyon Sainte-Anne to Chute Jean-Larose, the Beaupre area offers 22 different types of family activities, including: Golf, Other Adventures, Canyon and Waterfalls.
- Situated 40 kilometers to the northeast of Quebec City along the Saint Lawrence River, Beaupre was settled during the early days of the New France colony. The town, located at the mouth of the Sainte-Anne-du-Nord River, is the home of the highest skiing station in Canada, Mont-Sainte-Anne. The Beaupre parish municipality gained town status in 1962.
Canyoning-Quebec offers many opportunities for adventure at Jean-Larose Falls and in Vall_e Bras-du-Nord and Charlevoix Region. Whether a complete beginner or an intermediate canyoner, families enjoy canyoning in the summer and ice canyoning in the winter with a professional guide and all equipment provided.
The public Le Saint-Ferreol Golf Course is located across the road from Mont Ste-Anne mountain and ski slopes. Golfers of all skill levels play the 18-hole, par-72 course amid the perfectly manicured county side as well as the golf academy, club house and restaurant.
Producing locally made cheese, Les Fromages de I'Isle d'Orleans offers guided group tours where they can see cheese being made by staff in period costume, as well as a shop where cheese and other products may be purchased.
Built in 1734, the Mauvide-Genest Manor offers guided tours with guides in period costumes, giving visitors a glimpse into 18th century French Colonial life, as well as a look at artifacts from the 17th to 19th centuries. Educational activities and conferences are also available.
A forgery with a boutique, workshop, and museum, La Forge a Pique Assaut specializes in products such as ornamental metalwork, bannisters, gates, old-fashioned hardware, and decorative objects, among other things.