"Ferry crossing point" Saint-Siméon by Canuck5

Saint-Siméon Travel Guide: 3 reviews and 5 photos

Saint Siméon is a small village located on the northern side of the St. Lawrence River, with a population of about 1,450. It likes to call itself the Hotel Village, presumably because of the abundance of hotels, motels, etc around the village. So, if you miss the last ferry crossing of the day, you'll have no trouble finding one...there are three beside the ferry wharf.

Visitors can enjoy hiking, rock climbing, canoeing, fishing, swimming, beachcombing, whale cruises, camping, hunting, snowshoeing, cross country skiing, sugaring-off outings, crafts, and festivals in the area.

Another 45-50 kms further east up the coast, you'll come to the end of the road (Hwy 138). You then take a short, free ferry across the Saguenay Fjord to the town of Tadoussac, where the highway continues on.

  • Last visit to Saint-Siméon: Jul 2006
  • Intro Written Jul 16, 2006
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