Cabins near Montréal

The rural-urban divide all but disappears when you camp in and around Montreal.

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Cabine Luciole

4 sites · Lodging3 acres · Godmanchester, QC
La Cabine Luciole est une cabane patrimoniale en érable à sucre construite à la fin des années 1800. Il est situé dans une ancienne forêt d'érables moussue avec d'imposants érables majestueux. Il est construit sur une ligne tellurique par des colons irlandais (Erin), ce qui lui confère une puissante énergie pour se régénérer. Vous pouvez également parcourir le labyrinthe crétois, pour rétablir l'équilibre. La cabine cathédrale au toit de tôle a suffisamment d'espace pour manger, se divertir et faire du yoga, elle dispose également d'une mezzanine pour 2 personnes et peut être utilisée comme coin de lecture, apportez vos propres sacs de couchage, oreillers et serviettes et vous êtes invités à vous installer. monter une tente sur le camping extérieur. Il y a une douche chauffée à pleine pression, des toilettes à compost, un évier extérieur et une station de cuisson. Le site est réservé pour une intimité totale, une seule réservation de groupe à la fois, vous disposez donc de votre propre espace privé dans les bois. Il y a une cheminée dans la cabane avec beaucoup de bois. Le sol est principalement constitué de tremplins naturels, cueillis à la main dans les bois. La cabane est nichée dans une forêt magique de mousse et de fougères avec des lucioles, des hiboux, des cerfs et des renards. Il y a des sentiers de randonnée paisibles et entretenus. Un foyer extérieur de cuisine en forme de sphère sous des lampes solaires lucioles ajoute à l’expérience magique. Il existe de merveilleuses activités telles que la pêche, le kayak (Safari Kayak) et les pistes cyclables dans la région. Remontez le temps et découvrez la rare sagesse des érables à sucre mesurant plus de 150 pieds de haut. Vous ne voudrez plus jamais partir, revenir et voir la splendeur colorée des arbres à l'automne et au début du printemps, nous prévoyons de mettre la main sur la fabrication du sirop d'érable. 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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Cabins near Montréal guide

Overview

Montreal may be Canada’s second-largest city but it’s filled with green space—and surrounded by it. Those craving outdoor adventures don’t need to leave the city limits to get a dose of nature. From the walking trails in Parc du Mount-Royal to biking along the Lachine Canal, enjoying the great outdoors is easy in downtown Montreal. You’ll also find overnight opportunities to go camping, swimming, hiking, and skiing just outside the city.

Where to go

The Eastern Townships

Lying southeast of Montreal, the Eastern Townships may just be one of the prettiest parts of Canada. Dozens of small towns dot the lakeshores and offer mountain views. Hiking, biking, and even canoeing routes connect many of the communities, and outdoor adventurers can easily refuel at maple sugar shacks, cheese producers, farmers markets, and vineyards.

Oka

Just an hour from Montreal, Oka is home to a beautiful provincial park, one of the best beaches in southern Quebec, and its delicious namesake Oka cheese. At Oka National Park, visitors have ample camping options alongside the Lake of Two Mountains. There are additional ready-to-camp tents (perfect for early and late season stays, as they contain a space heater), plus watersports and children’s programming. White-tailed deer, beavers, muskrats, turtles, and mink are frequently spotted and the list of local birds exceeds 200 species. 

The Laurentian Mountains

A popular skiing destination, the Laurentian Mountains have year-round camping options for everyone from beginners to experienced trekkers. Visitors can find a mix of tent-sites, cabins, and RV spots, many of which offer easy access to the slopes in winter. Traditional tent and RV spots with laundry and showers abound.

When to go

Camping is at its most comfortable between June and September, when evenings are mild. However, make reservations well in advance for Canada Day weekend and Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day (celebrated across Quebec on June 24). The Eastern Townships and the Laurentian Mountains offer some of the finest fall colours in Quebec but they’ll be busy with weekend day trippers come mid-October.

Know before you go

  • MEC Montreal sells everything an outdoor adventurer could need, from stoves and freeze-dried foods to mountain bikes.
  • There are a dozen farmers markets in Montreal and many more in the surrounding area. Pick up local bagels, which are denser and sweeter than their New York-style counterparts. 
  • Coyotes call southern Quebec home and they even occasionally venture into Montreal. Never feed them and secure your food at night.

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