The best camping near Bic National Park

Discover the most magical spots to pitch your tent or park your rig on your next Bic National Park adventure.

Quebec’s most dramatic national park, where forested inlets meet rocky bay and harbour seals.  

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Top-rated campgrounds near Bic National Park


La Villa dans le Vent!

3 sites · Tents4 acres · Price, QC
Maison  bord de mer et plage. Terrain plat. Près des Jardins de Métis.Learn more about this land:We are bilingue!Venez y installer votre tente, pour entendre le son des vagues et y regarder les couchers de soleil. Sur un terrain plat à côté d'une haie aux rosiers sauvages.Nous sommes à 4 km des "Jardins de Métis - The Reford Gardens"
Potable water
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Booked 1 time

Glamping et Champignons

3 sites · RVs, Tents108 acres · Métis Sur Mer, QC
Learn more about this land:Magnifique grande terre à bois avec culture de champignons sous couvert forestier (108 acres avec une partie de 6,5 hectares en champs avec accès à un lac privé) Possibilité de location de kayaks. Longs chemins forestiers et trails permettant de longues promenades en forêt. Très tranquille. Lieu privilégié pour la détente et l'écotourisme. Très bonne connexion du réseau de téléphone et Internet. Le respect de l'environnement est de rigueur. Le paysage est à couper le souffle...
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The best camping near Bic National Park guide



Set where the opposite bank of the St. Lawrence fades into the foggy distance, Bic National Park and its seaside forests present plenty of family-friendly hiking trails. For a panoramic view of the estuary and string of islets, hike the 346 metres of Pic Champlain. For a more challenging experience, head over to the rocky outcrops of Cap à l’Original at low tide. The Ferme Rioux Interpretation Centre is where most activities, such as sea kayaking, mountain biking, and yes, wildlife observation (there is a healthy population of outgoing seals at Anse-aux-Bouleaux), can be booked. Camping in Bic National Park is easily one of the most iconic things to do in Quebec. Luckily, there are over 20 options to choose from, ranging from rustic campsites to glamping cabins.

Notable campgrounds

  • Best for classic park views: La Coulée
  • Best for yurts: Tombolo
  • Best for dogs: Macreuse

Tips for snagging a campsite

  1. Online bookings for both tent camping and glamping spots open in mid-November.
  2. Walk-up sites are highly unlikely in the peak season between May and October. It’s best to book well in advance. 

When to go

While Bic National Park is open year-round, some services may not be available in winter, and camping is only possible from May to October. As one of the few waterfront camping sites in Quebec, Bic camping sites are quite crowded at all times, but particularly so in the last week of June as well as the last week of July and first week of August due to provincial holidays.

Know before you go

  • In order to stay overnight at one of the Bic camping sites, you will need to pay the daily entrance fee per adult on top of the nightly camping rate.
  • There is a maximum number of visitors allowed on-site at any given time; arrive early to avoid being refused entry due to full capacity.
  • Dogs are allowed on-site, but only in certain areas. Guide dogs and service dogs are allowed everywhere.
  • Activities and open sectors vary from winter to summer.

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