Discover the most magical spots to pitch your tent or park your rig on your next Mont-Orford National Park adventure.
More than just a winter ski destination, Mont-Orford is a year-round draw.
Camping at Mont-Orford National Park is a great choice for those wanting a home base to set out from on hiking or cycling day trips. The park has trails that range from beginner to expert and wind through the mountains, each giving campers the chance to bask in the picturesque setting of Quebec’s Eastern Townships. Beach fun, kayaking, and rock climbing are popular in summer, while wintertime brings snow to the famous Mont-Orford Ski Resort.
The three main Mont-Orford campgrounds are open from mid-May until mid-October. The weather in southern Quebec is warmest in July and August, which is also when the park is busiest. The spring and fall shoulder seasons are also excellent times to visit, though weather will be harder to predict. Year-round camping is possible in the park’s huts and EXP cabins.