The best camping near Mont-Orford National Park

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.  

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Loucks Knoll - Treefully Yours

1 site · RV, Tent6 acres · QC
Learn more about this land: Expect full bilingualism (French/English) Welcome to our property located in the Eastern Townships of Quebec, about 40 minutes from Sherbrooke , 15 min from Magog and 10 minutes from the Vermont border. Part of the land is designated as a national healing forest for indigenous people - the only such forest in Quebec.  INDIGENOUS CAMPING IS ENCOURAGED AT NO CHARGE. About the Property: We have a one-acre pond that you can bob around in or take out a canoe to paddle in. At night, the pond has a group of frogs that provide a symphony of music with crickets as their background singers. We allow campfires at night - please be fire safe. Fitch Bay is only a 5-minute drive and there are pontoon rides available. We have breathtaking views all over our property and the history of the land is rich. We even have a covered bridge for you to explore.  About the Listing: We only allow for one group of Hipcampers at a time, so you are guaranteed a peaceful and private stay. A flush toilet and shower are provided for you during your stay. Potable water, a picnic table, some basic kitchen amenities, and garbage bins are provided.   This is the ideal place for some rest and relaxation, meditation, and quiet time to recharge.  Just one visit to the Eastern Townships and we know you’ll fall in love. Looking forward to hosting you soon.  Much Love,  Your Future Host, Terry L.
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Urban Regenerative Gardens

2 sites · RVs, Tents2 acres · Sherbrooke, QC
This rare urban site acknowledges our Abenaki heritage, who camped and lived along these shores for centuries. Our beautiful urban location near highway 410 and Bishop's University, directly on St. Francis river, makes it an exceptional starting point for cyclists who want to enjoy the Route Verte path; fish, canoe, kayak or tube the river or simply explore all Sherbrooke has to offer.  Our birdlife is amazing and is a recognized birding location by provincial authorities, especially for swallows and chimney swifts. A fire pit will be made available, in respect of all fire bans, with firewood available for purchase. In 1910, Agriculture Canada set up a research centre that operated until the 1950's. The property was sold to a family that emigrated to Canada from Europe, to set begin a new life post WW2. In 2015, I purchased the property to return it to its roots - regenerative farming, training, hospitality, poverty relief and healthy living. Be our guest at The Farmhouse, a vibrant small-scale farm with a heart for the earth and its people. (https://www.thefarmhouse.store) Seasonal, fresh farm produce will be available for purchase as well as guided garden tours.   Located within 5 minute walking distance to Lennoxville (Bishop's University).  It's perfect for campers who like to experience "urban" camping. Some road noise. If you are concerned about the weather, the site provides the use of a 8 sleeper tent trailer for your convenience. During the day, you are welcome to relax in it too. Portable water will be provided, but bring your own drinks if possible. As a bonus treat, you are welcome to sleep in a very HIP camper, a 1980 retro dodge camper van. Bilingual service. ________________ Ce site urbain rare rend hommage à notre héritage abénakis qui a campé et vécu le long de ces rives pendant des siècles. (https://www.thefarmhouse.store) Notre belle situation urbaine à proximité de l'autoroute 410 et de l'Université Bishop's, directement sur la rivière Saint-François, en fait un point de départ exceptionnel pour les cyclistes qui veulent profiter du sentier de la Route Verte; pêchez, faites du canot, du kayak ou du tube sur la rivière ou explorez tout simplement tout ce que Sherbrooke a à offrir. Notre avifaune est incroyable et est un site d'observation d'oiseaux reconnu par les autorités provinciales, en particulier pour les hirondelles et les martinets ramoneurs. Un foyer au bord de la rivière sera mis à disposition, dans le respect de toutes les interdictions de feu, avec du bois de chauffage disponible à l'achat. Dans 1910, Agriculture Canada met sur pied un centre de recherche qui fonctionnera jusque dans les années 1950. La propriété a été vendue à une famille qui a émigré au Canada depuis l'Europe, pour commencer une nouvelle vie après la Seconde Guerre mondiale. En 2015, j'ai acheté la propriété pour la ramener à ses racines - agriculture régénérative, formation, hospitalité, lutte contre la pauvreté et mode de vie sain. En savoir plus sur ce terrain : Soyez notre invité à The Farmhouse, une petite ferme dynamique avec un cœur pour la terre et ses habitants. Des produits agricoles frais de saison seront disponibles à l'achat ainsi que des visites guidées du jardin. Situé à moins de 5 minutes à pied de Lennoxville (Bishop's University). Certains bruits de la route. Prestation bilingue.
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Camping in the Eastern Townships!

5 sites · RVs, Tents150 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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The best camping near Mont-Orford National Park guide

Overview

About

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.

Notable campgrounds

  • Best for hikers: It’s a 4-kilometre hike in the mountains to the tent platforms at Le Vallionier campground.
  • Best for families: Kids and parents love the playground, beach access, and amenities in the Lac-Stukely sector.
  • Best for tree-huggers: Set among the trees, the serviced and semi-serviced sites of the Lac-Fraser sector offer serious serenity.

Tips for snagging a campsite

  1. Mont-Orford campsites can be reserved online via the Sépaq website. Reservations open in mid-November for summer of the following year.
  2. Create your online account in advance to make your reservation more quickly.
  3. A two-night minimum applies for advance reservations. One-night stays can only be booked up to 72 hours before your arrival.

When to go

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.

Know before you go

  • Although called a national park, Mont-Orford is administered by Sépaq, a Quebec provincial body. As such, Parks Canada passes aren’t accepted. Park entrance fees apply and can be purchased on a daily or annual basis. The daily admission can only be purchased up to 30 days in advance. 
  • The Lac-Stukely sector campground has dedicated first-come, first-served sites in the Le Mélèze loop for bike-in campers. Just register when you arrive.
  • Accessible toilets are available at the Mont-Orford visitors’ centres and at the Lac-Stukely and Lac-Fraser campgrounds, which also feature wheelchair-accessible showers.

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