Located just outside of Quebec City, this national park is known in particular for the glacially carved Jacques-Cartier River Valley. At 550 meters (1,804 feet) deep, the valley is quite a sight during any season and is a nature diversion for both casual and avid adventurer. The hiking trails break through deep birch forest that opens onto incredible vistas of the river valley, where a wealth of caribou, fox, and black bear have been known to roam. Most trails are well-marked and maps are available at the park office. You'll also be able to brave the rushing waters of the Jacques-Cartier River, although they are rarely rapid-heavy, by kayaks or canoes that may be rented on site. As far as accommodations, Alluvions and Heron are the two most well-equipped campsites, while there are also cabins available on the park grounds. Then again, you could stay in the nearby town of Stoneham if you can't live without the Wi-Fi for a night!