Close to L’Auberge in Trois‑Rivières Things to do near L’Auberge
Take advantage of the many attractions and activities in Trois‑Rivières located close to L’Auberge and offering something for everyone, from sports and outdoor activities to family fun, festivals, museums and much more. Have you already picked out your vacation dates? Consult the jam-packed calendars of Tourisme Trois‑Rivières, Tourisme Mauricie and Tourisme Centre‑du‑Québec and start planning to explore all our region has to offer.
Sports and outdoor activities
Just minutes on foot from L’Auberge is the site of the Grand Prix de Trois‑Rivières, the biggest urban car-racing event in the Mauricie region!
Located next to Camping H2O, Karting Trois‑Rivières promises thrills for go-cart drivers of all ages!
The only facility of its kind in Quebec, Hippodrome 3R offers all the excitement of professional harness racing.
From summer to winter, Saint-Quentin Island Park provides a full range of activities for the entire family, from a beach and biking trails to a skating trail, sliding hill and more!
Your family entertainment centre, RecreOFUN offers activities for children aged 0 to 12.
Plunge with your family into the largest wave pool in Quebec at Camping H2O!
Festivals and live entertainment
Boasting more than 100 shows, FestiVOIX de Trois‑Rivières is one of the year’s main events for music lovers.
Gala event, dance performances, competitions and a party: expect to be wowed by the diversity and talent you’ll see at Festival international Danse Encore!
For four days during the Trois‑Rivières en Blues festival, the entire city is alive with the sound of the blues to the great delight of music fans from near and far!
Find out why Trois‑Rivières is nicknamed “the Poetry Capital.”
Presenting large-scale productions including an entire series of Cirque du Soleil theatrical tributes, Cogeco Amphitheatre hosts acts ranging from well-known local artists to international stars.
Explore the dynamic, daring offerings of this museum of pop culture.
A museum celebrating the human face of the paper industry, Boréalis in Trois‑Rivières pays tribute to the thousands of lumberjacks, log drivers and labourers who dedicated their lives to their work.
Find out what life behind bars at this former Trois‑Rivières prison was really like. Please note that children must be 12 or older to visit.