Taylor Point Camping offers many accesses to the beach, a playground for kids and firewood spots. It is located to many other services and attractions (see below).
From early July to mid-August, the camping’s team offers you a weekly program that you’ll get at your arrival. In this program, there are activities for each and every one. Friendly sports tournaments, shows and many others.
15 minutes north of the camping site, enjoy the wild nature of the Pin Rouge Mountain. Pin Rouge Resort offers hiking in the forest or along the river, mountain bikes trails, free water games for kids registered at the camping and free access to the to the top of the mountain. More info.
For the third consecutive year, Le Parc régional Petite-Cascapédia brings back the Spectacles de la Pointe-Taylor.
First of all, we would like to thank our great sponsors: Ville de New Richmond and AP-Chevrolet Buick Gmc.
The shows will be held on an outside stage near the “Camp à Jos”every tuesday from July 16th to August 13th. You will have the chance to see four music shows and one storyteller.
The official schedule will be revealed by the end of June..
Taylor Point Park is minutes away from the camping site. It offers a paved trail for walking, biking or rollerblading along the coast. You can also use this area as a fishing one. There is a kayak and paddleboard renting office. Finally, there is a kid’s playground.More information on the city Website
The Cascapedia-River Trail is a 3 kilometer long hiking path along the river and through the ecological reserve of the estuary of the Cascapedia River in one of the most fascinating and rich marine environment. Wildlife and flora observation. The trail starting point is located on the other side of Perron boulevard when coming out of Taylor Point Park.
The Jardins de la Baie are a creation event presenting contemporary and evolving works along the Taylor Point Park’s paved path.
An outdoor public market comprising fifteen food producers, artists and artisans from the surrounding area, holding every Saturday from early July to early September.
Embark in a treasure hunt trying to find the 25 geocaches hidden by the Town of New Richmond on its territory. Visit geocaching.com register for free and start your adventure. GPS rental available at the Tourist office or at the New Richmond Town Hall during the low season.Download the Geocaching Passport
Discover the wharf and marina of New Richmond which became the home port for many sailing enthusiasts and a place of meeting for sport fishing. In season, the mackerel, sea trout, rainbow smelt and striped bar fishing are popular. The marina can accommodate 45 boats. A boat launch, showers, laundry facilities, and easy access to the city center are available to visitors.More information on the Nautical Club Website