Port of Québec La Cale is open from June to September. We look forward to seeing you next summer!
How to get there
Port of Québec La Cale can be reached by foot, bike, public transport and car. If you are arriving from Lévis, the ferry is also a nice option, since the terminal is only a few minutes’ walk from La Cale.
Québec City’s public bus network offers multiple routes to get to La Cale.
From Belvédère station to the ferry terminal, route 1 provides access to the Québec-Lévis crossing. When you get off at the Dalhousie stop, there is only a 7-minute walk to get to La Cale.
Serving Old Québec, Route 11 will drop you off near La Cale, at the Dalhousie stop.
From Charlesbourg to Pointe-de-Sainte-Foy, get off at the Youville stop on Saint-Jean Street. From here you can reach Port of Québec La Cale, which is just a 15-minute walk away.
From the Chute-Montmorency terminus to Pointe-de-Sainte-Foy, get off at the Youville stop on Rue Saint-Jean. From here you can reach La Cale, which is just a 15-minute walk away.
Whether you arrive by the Champlain Boulevard bike path, the Coastal Corridor or the Cheminots Corridor cycling path, or you take the Quebec-Lévis ferry, the region’s network of bike paths makes biking to Port of Québec La Cale easy and ideal! Bike racks are available on site and nearby so you can enjoy all that La Cale has to offer.
You can get to Port of Québec La Cale by car. Several parking lots are available nearby to park your vehicle. Some parking lots also have charging stations for electric vehicles.
Coming from the South Shore? The Québec-Lévis ferry is a great option to get to Port of Québec La Cale. From the ferry terminal, it is only a 7-minute walk to the site.
To ensure the safety of all, glass containers are prohibited on-site at Port of Québec La Cale. Anyone who disturbs public order will be expelled from the site. Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult to access the site and when enjoying the water pools.