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Camping in Quebec with hiking

From forested mountains to frozen falls, Canada’s francophone heartland is geared for adventure.

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Blueberry Lake Camping

7 sites · Lodging, Tents62 acres · Val Des Lacs, QC
EN FRANÇAIS DESSOUS Welcome to camping at Blueberry Lake! Enjoy private camping only 25 minutes away from Mont-Tremblant, St-Donat, and St. Agathe, and 1hr 15 minutes from Montreal. You have two great stay options available: Blueberry Lake Camping - 6 campsites set around a private lake with access to a private beach. Private Suspended Tree Tent - You'll spend your nights curled up in a private, suspended tree tent that can comfortably sleep 3. EN FRANÇAIS Bienvenue au Lac Blueberry ! Profitez d'un camping privĂ© Ă  seulement 25 minutes de Mont-Tremblant, St-Donat et St-Agathe, et Ă  1h15 de MontrĂ©al. Deux options disponibles: Blueberry Lake Camping - Nous disposons de 6 campings rĂ©partis autour d'un lac privĂ© avec accĂšs Ă  une plage privĂ©e, Ă  la location des kayaks et des pĂ©dalos. Tente d'arbre Suspendu - Ce camping privĂ© et tranquille est l'endroit idĂ©al oĂč vous passerez vos journĂ©es Ă  profiter d'un accĂšs privĂ© au lac Blueberry avec un accĂšs supplĂ©mentaire Ă  une petite Ăźle privĂ©e.
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Chutes Lockbow Waterfalls WOW

16 sites · RVs, Tents130 acres · Lac Simon, QC
We acquired an enchanting 130 acres property that had all the makings of a national park.We are en route to creating the greatest recreotouristic (camping, glamping delight) eco-development the province has ever seen.We are open to your ideas, contributions and involvement. One for all and ALL for ONE.Permaculture and greenhouse managers should apply within,Learn more about this land:We offer an incredible experience with a uniquely breathtaking site for camping, tent, and trailers, fishing, RV's, and 5th wheels. (glamping coming soon). This is primitive camping for winter 2022. No services provided.A pristine one-of-a-kind landscape with shoreline access to Majestic waterfalls and a picturesque lake- looking River (riviÚre de la Petite Nation). Lockbow is truly a want to be national park and we welcome individuals with ideas innovation related to future accommodations, electricity (power sources), water management, permaculture, treehouses, picnic table designs, etc...Feel free to reach us anytime and as we look forward to hosting your nature get-away and back to source experience.
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Tipi un lac au sommet

9 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents35 acres · QC
Hi everyone! We offer four tipis close to the beautiful Victoria River in the region of Lac-Megantic. It's a wonderful place to enjoy nature. There's sentier for hiking and two lakes to enjoy with a kayak. There is a bicycle available to go for a ride. In the tipi, the wood is included as well as a bed, just bring your sleeping bags. We have a summer kitchen also for you to cook your meals! *** sometimes the GPS brings nowhere, when you arrive in the village of marston, turn right in ch.milan and after turn left at rang 5S , you arrive when you see the ending road :) No wi-fi, no eletricity, just solar pannel, stars and joy . hope to see you!
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Paradis d'Artistes

7 sites · RVs, Tents3 acres · Dewittville, QC
Get ready to be wowed and pampered! Now with complete free wifi coverage! Winner Best Hipcamp 1st place in Quebec for 2022 ! Winner Best Hipcamp 2nd place in Quebec for 2023! Our site dates going back to 1832 when the Scottish settler Mr. Peter McArthur came to Dewittville to build and operate a grist mill, we RĂ©al and Johanne purchased the beautiful property in 2008 as a retirement project and to express ourselves through arts, true custom woodworking and cabinetry which we do on the 3rd floor of our old mill. The site boasts four sites: Riverfront 1, Riverside 2, Bayside 3, Bayfront 4, all of which overlook the tranquil and lovely Chateauguay River. "And for a limited time site (Paradis d'artistes V.I.P Riverview) that is completely private see detail on this site or call for special question." We have a small white sandy beach that access to the old dam to provide our guest access to the river with a never-ending melody of peaceful water. While visiting, you can relax, go fishing, kayaking, paddle boarding, or canoeing upstream and downstream, or you can bicycle on beautiful country paved roads, horse back ridding, visit artisans, orchards, chocolate factory, bakery, vineyards, Brewery, fresh fruit and vegetable grower, multiple farms and even eat in a few great eatery. Please be ours guest, welcome to Paradis d’artistes
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Pine Forest Camping & Glamping

5 sites · Lodging6 acres · Déléage, QC
Out in the woods located only 2 hours from Ottawa and 20 minutes from Maniwaki, QC. Enjoy nature and wilderness at this unique cabin.  Surrounded by tall pines with a view of our private pond on a meandering river. Rediscover the wonders of nature. Reduce stress, play, relax, breathe, and immerse yourself in the beauty of nature and the forest. For one price, you are provided a fishing boat, a canoe, two kayaks, and firewood. Glamping at its best with an outdoor kitchen, a clean outhouse, and a heated outdoor shower! The perfect place for a weekend for groups of 2, 4, or max 6 people. Our 6-acre property offers the following accommodations: The Woodpecker Cabin (can accommodate up to 3) Glamping Skoolie, (2 people max) Tent on Platform (2 people max) and many camping spots to set up individual tents. ... each with their own individual charm. In the summer, you can swim, sunbathe, fish, and kayak. Chill by the sandy beach area in the morning and afternoon sun. Stargaze at night. Awake refreshed in the morning to the various birds chirping and squirrels forging for food. During the winter, explore the many trails around the cabin on your skis or snowshoes, enjoy the comfort of the wood-burning stove in the cabin, or roast some marshmallows on the outside fire pit! The interior space is spacious, with the following amenities:   - cooking area (propane camping stove; sink; kitchen utensils; cooking pot, frying pan and cast iron pan) - dining table, with two chairs - love seat sofa with 2 ottomans  - electric lights and outlets - Queen size bed (bring your own bed sheets, sleeping bag and pillows) - an efficient wood stove with automatic damper Outside, you'll find: - outdoor fire pit with chairs - BBQ Activities:   - skiing or snow shoeing on the many trails (bring your skates in the winter, as sometimes the pond is perfect for skating!) - bird-watching (fill up the bird feeder on your arrival evening and see the blue jays the next morning)  - swimming - boating (two kayaks and two canoes available for use) What to bring: - Potable Water (drinking water)  - Food - campfire snacks  - extra warm clothing Additional information to make your stay comfortable: The cabin DOES NOT have wifi (though you may get some connectivity on various spots onsite) The outhouse is a short walk (about 60 meters) away from the cabin.  Questions I get a lot: What animals will I see? Our guests have seen a variety of birds, squirrels, beavers, porcupines, and wild turkeys. You may even see deer passing by. Parking is provided at the road and a cart is provided to bring your necessities to the cabin by foot (or a sled in the winter). Approx. 100 meters. It is our hope that we are sharing a space for you to relax, have conversations, connect to nature, each other, or to one's own peace. Enjoy your stay! Susan
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Le dĂŽme de la Tortue Blanche

1 site · Lodging18 acres · Shawinigan, QC
WINTER CAMPING EXPERIENCE Are you the type of person that enjoy testing their limits and love being outside of their comfort zone? If your answer is YES, then this glamping opportunity is just for you! Disclaimer: it really is cold inside the dĂŽme (yes, for real), even with the help of our wood stove. ‹‹So it really is a winter camping experience. That being said, here are the advantages of choosing this dome! *Please read to the end to determine if the dome is the right accommodation for you this winter.* Why choose this winter camping dome? For starter, no need to bring your tent, no trying to put up an awning in the dark or in a snow storm; the Dome is already up and ready to welcome you!‹ No sleeping on the ground, a bed is waiting with bedding provided. (We strongly suggest you bring your sleeping bags as well)‹. No need to use your camping stove as the wood stove is available to heat up your meals and coffee. (You can bring your own firewood or we can provide some on site for extra charge)‹. Basic cooking equipment (full list below) will make you happy.‹ No need to dig a latrine in the forest. A wonderful albeit cold portable toilet is waiting for you in a little cabin just outside the dome. ‹‹ This winter, choose camping at it’s simplest! Very ‹‹‹Important: The Dome is only accessible with high-clearance 4-WHEEL DRIVE vehicles during the winter.  The dome provides, during the winter time, a true wilderness experience that requires Basic wilderness skills and a willingness to accept the challenges of such an adventure. It is completely off of the grid meaning no electricity and no water or shower available. We welcome backcountry skiers, wildlife enthusiasts, hikers and anyone else who enjoys the challenge of winter camping.‹‹‹ What to do in the winter time in and around St-Mathieu-du-Parc; ‹‹You are 23 minutes away from VallĂ©e du Parc ski resort.‹ The mountain boasts a ski area open 7 days / 4 evenings with 33 slopes (1 for backcountry skiing), including 2 family slopes, 8 in the forest and 2 snow parks.‹Restaurant/bar 360 is also available on site. ‹‹ Fan of cross-country skiing? You are in luck; 8 minutes away from the DĂŽme, Le Huard is waiting for you with 5 different options depending on your level.‹ Not enough for you and wanting more? Explore 35 km of panoramic slopes suitable for all levels at le Baluchon, 32 minutes away from your Dome. ‹Prefer snowshoeing? At le Parc RĂ©crĂ©oforestier, you will fall in love with la Chute du Diable loop (9 km) or you can opt for shorter loops ( from 3,4 km to 7 km). All this located 14 minutes away from your DĂŽme.‹‹ Want to do some backcountry skiing? Look no further, Mont SM is there to assuage your thirst of wilderness for only 18 minutes of driving. (Special condition applies for this location, we can give you more infos upon your reservation with us). ‹‹Camping in winter means you will find quieter hiking trails, fewer crowds and lots of peace and quiet. It offers uninterrupted time away from routine and the chaos of day to day life. Come and enjoy winter with us at le DĂŽme de la Tortue Blanche!
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Meech Creek Falls

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Chelsea, QC
We have an amazing spot next to a beautiful waterfalls which includes outdoor kitchen, screened gazebo, 10 person canvas bell tent with queen bed, sauna and propane fire pit. Swimming nearby, canoe and kayak available. Hundreds of hiking/biking trails right out the front door. Many excellent restaurants nearby, groceries/gas/SAQ are a 1 minute drive. Truly a tranquil experience!
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Cabine Luciole

4 sites · Lodging3 acres · Godmanchester, QC
La Cabine Luciole est une cabane patrimoniale en Ă©rable Ă  sucre construite Ă  la fin des annĂ©es 1800. Il est situĂ© dans une ancienne forĂȘt d'Ă©rables moussue avec d'imposants Ă©rables majestueux. Il est construit sur une ligne tellurique par des colons irlandais (Erin), ce qui lui confĂšre une puissante Ă©nergie pour se rĂ©gĂ©nĂ©rer. Vous pouvez Ă©galement parcourir le labyrinthe crĂ©tois, pour rĂ©tablir l'Ă©quilibre. La cabine cathĂ©drale au toit de tĂŽle a suffisamment d'espace pour manger, se divertir et faire du yoga, elle dispose Ă©galement d'une mezzanine pour 2 personnes et peut ĂȘtre utilisĂ©e comme coin de lecture, apportez vos propres sacs de couchage, oreillers et serviettes et vous ĂȘtes invitĂ©s Ă  vous installer. monter une tente sur le camping extĂ©rieur. Il y a une douche chauffĂ©e Ă  pleine pression, des toilettes Ă  compost, un Ă©vier extĂ©rieur et une station de cuisson. Le site est rĂ©servĂ© pour une intimitĂ© totale, une seule rĂ©servation de groupe Ă  la fois, vous disposez donc de votre propre espace privĂ© dans les bois. Il y a une cheminĂ©e dans la cabane avec beaucoup de bois. Le sol est principalement constituĂ© de tremplins naturels, cueillis Ă  la main dans les bois. La cabane est nichĂ©e dans une forĂȘt magique de mousse et de fougĂšres avec des lucioles, des hiboux, des cerfs et des renards. Il y a des sentiers de randonnĂ©e paisibles et entretenus. Un foyer extĂ©rieur de cuisine en forme de sphĂšre sous des lampes solaires lucioles ajoute Ă  l’expĂ©rience magique. Il existe de merveilleuses activitĂ©s telles que la pĂȘche, le kayak (Safari Kayak) et les pistes cyclables dans la rĂ©gion. Remontez le temps et dĂ©couvrez la rare sagesse des Ă©rables Ă  sucre mesurant plus de 150 pieds de haut. Vous ne voudrez plus jamais partir, revenir et voir la splendeur colorĂ©e des arbres Ă  l'automne et au dĂ©but du printemps, nous prĂ©voyons de mettre la main sur la fabrication du sirop d'Ă©rable. Cabine Luciole is a heritage Sugar Maple Cabin built in the late 1800's. It is located in an mossy, old growth maple forest with towering majestic maple trees. It is built on a leyline by Irish (Erin) settlers, giving it powerful energy to rejuvinate. You can also walk the cretan labyrinth, to bring balance. The catherdral tin roof cabin has enough space for dinning, entertaining and yoga, it also has a sleeping loft for 2 people, and can be used as a reading nook, bring your own sleeping bags, pillows, and towels and you are welcome to set up a tent on the outdoor camping site. There is a heated full pressure shower, compost toilet and an outdoor sink and cooking station. The site is booked for complete privacy, only one group booking at a time, so you have your own private spot in the woods. There is a fireplace in the cabin with plenty of wood. The floor is mostly nature stepping stones, hand picked from the woods. The cabin is nestled in a moss and fern magical woods with fireflies, owls, deer, and foxes. There are groomed peaceful walking trails. A sphere shaped cooking outdoor fireplace under firefly solar lights adds to the magical experience. There are wonderful activates such as fishing, kayaking (Safari Kayak) and bike trails in the local area. Go back in time and experience the rare wisdom of the sugar maple trees that are over 150 feet tall. You will never want to leave, come back and see the trees colourful splendor in the fall and in early spring we plan to have hands on maple syrup making.
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Camping in the Eastern Townships!

1 site · RV, Tent150 acres · QC
Le message en français suivra. Come camp on this beautifully forested parcel of land! The property is perfect for any outdoor lover or wildlife watcher. Turkeys, owls, deer, rare birds and many more can all be seen during your stay. Enjoy lots of privacy with nature all around you. This is the perfect spot for tenters and those with small travel trailers. Pets on leash welcome. Campfires are permitted within local regulations. The trail system is perfect for easy hikes and short excursions to the creek, or nearby field. Boat rentals are available in Fitchbay, 5 min away. Bike and hiking trails as well as many more activities in the vicinity. *****Please note there are no facilities on site! Our policies clearly outline, one vehicle, and 4 persons. Do not show up with 2 or more vehicles with half a dozen people****** Please leave the site EXACTLY the way you left it. This also includes taking the trash you created with you****** If this doesn't sound like something you can do. Please do not book our campsite ****** If you expect nature to have no bugs, no rain and a cool 21 degrees with no clouds, this is also not your campsite*****Please note our cancelation policies!****** We've also obviously had some less than pleasant experiences lately. This is hip camp. A community of friendly, welcoming and generally amazing, nature-loving campers. We love hosting you and would like to continue to do so. Please keep this in mind when staying here. Thank you for your time! Cheers, Venez faire du camping sur ce beau terrain boisé. Le terrain est idéal pour n'importe quel enthousiaste de plein aire. Avec un peu de chance, vous pouvez y trouver des dindes, chevreuil et des oiseaux rares. Il y a deux sites dont vous pouvez choisir et apprécier la nature autour de vous. Les sites sont idéals pour des tentes et petites roulottes. Les animaux domestiques en laisse sont les bienvenus. Feux de camp sont permis. S.V.P, prennez note qu'il n'y a pas d'installation disponible.
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HoneyBee Haven

3 sites · RVs, Tents6 acres · QC
HoneyBee Haven is a retired seasonal campground on 6 fenced acres on a small but beautiful trout lake. Great swimming, floating & paddling or try your luck at fishing. We have power outlets along with running water throughout many campsites in the yard. The covered fire pit is set up on the sandy beach to enjoy evening campfires while the loons serenade you! We live on site with our 2 large yet playful rescue dogs and a few bee hives! Bring your RV, pop up/tent and spend a night or a weekend.
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Dobedo Camps

14 sites · Lodging, Tents100 acres · Joliette, QC
C.I.T.Q # 276511 (English to Follow) Dobedo Camps est situé sur 100 acres de terrain privé et est entouré d'une réserve naturelle (Zec Lavigne). Il y a trois lacs à explorer ainsi que de nombreux kilomÚtres de sentiers de randonnée et de falaises d'escalade. La nature abonde et à seulement 90 minutes de Montréal. Révélez la vraie nature dans ce paradis quatre saisons! Dobedo Camps is located on 100 acres of Private land and is surrounded by a Nature Reserve (Zec Lavigne). There are three lakes to explore as well as many kms of Hiking Trails and Rock Climbing Cliffs. Nature abounds and only 90 minutes from Montreal. Reveal true nature in this four season paradise!
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Tranquility on the Bay (Adults)

3 sites · RVs, Tents1 acre · Quyon, QC
There's something that just makes you feel good being here. I looked at many properties before deciding on this one because "it just felt right". This flat terrain is rich in history. Pontiac Bay was fundamental in the logging era and held the local Trading post. The bay is nestled between Luskville Falls and Fort Coulonge Falls. As you drive here you will begin to feel a sense of calm within you as you glance out your right window to see the Gatineau Hills and to your left, you will see that you're winding your way along the Ottawa River. Or, if you decide to use the ferry crossing from Fitzroy Harbour on the Ontario side we're only 8 minutes from there. I have an old, but river-worthy canoe you may borrow but feel free to bring your own canoe, kayak, paddleboat or SUP to explore the land and inlets around the bay. Both sites have access to the boat launch. No toilet facilities at property so bring your own camping toilet or self-contained RV. P.S. You might want to stop in the village for the best french fries in all of the Outaouais region. You'll see the big red chip truck across from Marcotte's, the gas station as you leave the ferry terminal, if you're coming from Fitzroy Harbour. And yes, they make pulled pork poutine, pogos, burgers and zucchini sticks. If you're here on the weekend you may also want to check out the Bristol Farmer's market every Saturday from Noon to 3pm on the public beach in Norway Bay, only 20 minutes away. It's a lovely quaint community mixed with old and new unique cottages so you'll definitely want to take a drive around. And you'll surely want to visit the Vineyard and Vintage Car Museum, a 2-minute drive from here if you enjoy wine and cars (but not at the same time lol...unless the keys AREN'T in the ignition ha!). Google Domaine de Pontiac Village for hours and more information or message me. Visit Parc des Chutes in Fort Coulonge for a view of the waterfalls, zip lining over the gorge and obstacle courses. (The view of the gorge is breathtaking!) Want to try whitewater rafting for an exhilarating rush? Try Esprit or Horizon X, both about 40 minutes north. How about Go Karting? visit lecircuitquyon dot com .
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Overview

Quebec is a kind of promised land for campers, with vast swathes of parkland and sparsely inhabited wilderness—you won’t have trouble getting outside. North of Montreal and Quebec City, forested mountains and lake-dotted valleys dominate the landscape with endless hiking, fishing, and canoeing opportunities during reliably warm summers. To the east, the St. Lawrence River is one of Canada’s best whale-watching destinations.

Winter, though cold, proves no obstacle to the adventure-hungry. Our advice? Pack your thermals. That way, you can spend days ice climbing, snowshoeing, and skiing, and nights cozied up in a cabin, an insulated tent, a yurt, or even an igloo. As a general rule, the further north you go, the wilder the landscapes and fewer the facilities.

The Laurentian Mountains

The rounded peaks of the Laurentians are the destination of choice from Montreal and Quebec City. Jacques-Cartier, Mont-Tremblant (both part of the provincial park system), and La Mauricie (part of the national park network) have four-season appeal. You can get in some rafting, kayaking, and hiking in summer, while in winter, heated cabins, huts, and yurts mean you can wake up, strap on your skis or snowshoes, and hit the trails with minimal fuss.

The Gaspé Peninsula

The St. Lawrence River meets the Atlantic at this cliff-edged peninsula—also known as GaspĂ©sie—on Quebec’s east coast. Scan the shoreline for whales in Forillon National Park between May and October, or cat ski on virgin powder in the Chic-Choc Mountains in the icier months.

CĂŽte-Nord

French for ‘North Shore,’ this section of the Gulf of Saint Lawrence is ripe for road-tripping. Coastal campsites at Tadoussac overlook Saguenay Fjord, a hangout for belugas, and further east, at Mingan Archipelago National Park Reserve, you can set eyes on strange sea-carved rock formations and hide out on secluded offshore islands.

Eastern Townships

This farming region near the U.S. border gives off New England vibes—think covered bridges, clapboard towns, and flaming fall foliage. It’s also Quebec’s premier wine-growing region. Mont-Orford is popular for skiing or hiking, and the stargazing at Mont-MĂ©gantic National Park is—excuse the pun—stellar.

Nunavik

Visitor footfall is low in Nunavik, home to the Inuit in the Arctic north. Little surprise why: There’s no road access. Nunavik Parks offers packages to the area’s four parks (Pingualuit, Kuururjuaq, Tursujuq, and Ulittaniujalik) including flights from Montreal, Inuit cultural experiences, and the chance to see the northern lights.

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