Whether a quick excursion to see the lighthouse, a relaxing vacation by the sea, or a special event, visitors are welcome!
The site is accessible to the general public throughout the year from 9 AM to 5 PM daily.
There is no access to the interior of buildings, and access to outside areas may be limited when facilites are rented to third parties.
Visitors arriving by car must park at the head of the Route du phare near the Route 132 in the designated parking area and walk to the lighthouse site. The pleasant 1-km walk takes only 15 minutes and adds to the enjoyment of the visit.
Regulations: No camping / No fires / No drones / Dogs on leash
Important information: No access to building interiors; No toilets or water available; Beach access at indicated locations only.
Visitors with physical disabilities: please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to make special arrangements for your visit.
Note: The ARPP reserves the right to restrict access to all or part of the site for construction, maintenance and special events.
The Keeper’s House is available for weekly rentals from May through October.
This historic building is uniquely placed on the shore of Petite-Baie-de-Mitis with a commanding view over the St. Lawrence River.
Rentals of the keeper’s house and other facilities allow our not-for-profit organization to keep the lighthouse site open for community use and to preserve and protect these unique historic buildings and the spectacular seascape that surrounds them.
Keeper’s House and Foghorn Building are not wheelchair accessible.
This stunning location can be rented for events such as weddings, sport competitions and filming.