Assinica Wildlife Reserve

A land of water waiting to be explored!

An unforgettable fishing trip!

Assinica comes from the cree word asinikaw meaning "it's stony" or "it's rocky". This is the name of a lake in the Broadback River watershed that runs through the Wildlife Reserve.

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RUSTIC CAMPING & CANOE-CAMPING

Explore the rivers, lakes and landscapes of the north!

Canoe-camping

Various lakes and rivers

Adult$ 14.00 / day / adult
Children (12 and +)$ 7.00 / day / children

Canoe-camping WITHOUT fishing. To fish, you must purchase an additional access right.

Restricted access : Subject to certain conditions and remaining availabilities. 

SEND YOUR WRITTEN REQUEST AT LEAST 1 MONTH IN ADVANCE

Taxes not included
Rates are subject to change without prior notice

Rustic camping and on the shores

Various lakes and rivers

Adult$ 14.00 / day
Children (above 12 yo)$ 7.00 / day

Discount: 7th day is free 

Restricted access : Subject to various conditions and remaining availabilities 

Taxes not included
Rates are subject to change without prior notice

FISHING

Whether you are a fishing enthusiast or just a small family outing, 4 species of fish await your line in the wildlife reserve. Walleye, lake trout, brook trout and northern pike are the fish that can be caught on the territory.

Don't forget the weekly draw for some of our featured lakes! 

Daily fishing access right

Daily$ 19.42 / day / adult
Weekly$ 97.17 for 7 consecutive days / adult

Restricted access: Subject to various conditions and remaining availabilities. For more information, contact us !

Taxes not included
Please note that the rates are annually determined by the Quebec Government. 

The featured waterbodies of the Assinica Wildlife Reserve are the Comencho, Cachisca and Opataca lakes. Many fishermen go there each year to catch walleye and northern pike. It's a real adventure in the wild!

Welcoming Office & Directions

The Welcoming office (Route 167 North) of this Wildlife Reserve is located on the territory of Eeyou Istchee Baie-James, about 20 km north of Chibougamau and 70km south of Mistissini.

From Quebec : Routes 73, 175, 169 and 167.

From Trois-Rivières via La Tuque : Routes 55, 169 et 167.

From Senneterre : Routes 113 et 167.