Park Harold F. Baldwin is a municipal park belonging to the City of Coaticook and managed by a not for profit organisation made up of a volunteer board of directors. The park has an area of 63 hectares. The Pinnacle, with an altitude of 665 meters above sea level, is surrounded by Lake Lyster and Baldwin pond. It rises 194 meters above Lake Lyster. The park has a network of trails that attract hikers of all ages. Visitors can take advantage of the stunning view from the top of the Pinnacle. From information about the peregrine falcons who nest on our rock face, the basics of rock climbing, the history of the park and the village to other tourist attractions in the area, our guides are available to welcome you and answer your questions all summer.
One of the main missions of Park Harold F. Baldwin is to ensure the conservation and sustainability of the rich ecosystem on our territory. We hope to encourage visitors to experience the beauty of the natural environment in our network of hiking trails on the Pinnacle. Educating our visitors about the rules of the park and how to interact with nature in a sustainable way are prioritised in order to better protect this gem of the Coaticook area.