The best camping near Yamaska National Park

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

Yamaska National Park: A scenic haven for nature lovers and adventure seekers.  

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Brome Lake, Knowlton (Three Pines)

1 site · RV2 acres · Fulford, QC
Welcome to our beautiful property on Lac Brome near Bondville. We offer a flat, grassy surface surrounded by trees for parking your RV or Trailer of up to 40 ft (12.2m).  15 amps electricity and water hook-up available to most sites. About the Property We have a beautiful piece of land located around Lac Brome with gorgeous lake views accessed by a public beach close by. We have a pontoon boat and would be happy to offer you a pontoon tour of Lac Brome during your stay with us.  About the Listing We can accommodate up to 3 RVs at once, with up to 4 adults per site. All of the sites are pull-through, flat, and can accommodate up to 40ft RVs. Please note as we do not have washroom facilities, your RV or Trailer must be self-contained. We can offer garbage removal (compost, recycling, and garbage) for your stay with us. We also welcome any pet travelling with you but please keep them on leash as we have two adorable cats we do not want to scare.  The town of Brome Lake is the home of the Three Pines Village from the notorious Louise Penny books série. Come and enjoy the Louise Penny Tour. Additional Details: - If there is not a fire ban in effect, we have a beautiful fire pit that you can enjoy.
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Sentier Plein air Fulford

5 sites · RVs, Tents178 acres · Fulford, QC
Learn more about this land: Nested between the quaint village of Knowlton (10mins) with antique shopping, museum, restaurants, and beaches and the vibrant sport capital of Bromont (10 mins) with golfing, mountain biking, hiking, road biking, gravel biking and wineries - this is your perfect home base for your next vacation. About the property: We have a sprawling property with a mix of farmland and forested trails. We have four campsites that are completely private from one another. We have put a lot of time to upkeep our trails so you can explore them during your stay with us. Other campers have been lucky enough to see moose and deer during their stay with us.  About the listings:Each listing is completely private from the next, and we can accommodate tents, RVs, trailers, and camper vans. The listings do not have toilets, so we recommend bringing a camping toilet with you if you do not have a self-contained vehicle. Pets are welcome. During your stay with us, why not rent our cocoa shack for a romantic dinner. Light up the wood stove and wine & dine under the stars. We look forward to hosting you soon.
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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 Yamaska National Park guide

Overview

About

At the top end of the Appalachian Lowlands, Yamaska National Park’s sparse woodlands aren’t famous for their towering peaks nor their strenuous hikes—they’re most appreciated for their tranquil trails filled with endemic flora and fauna. Réservoir Choinière is where the action happens, with boating activities and wildlife observation in summer, and ice fishing, tube sliding, and cross-country skiing in winter. Camping in Yamaska National Park is available year-round, with a handful of specially outfitted winter cabins, along with almost 200 non-serviced sites for summer stays.

Notable campgrounds

  • Les Parulines Campground: Offers semi-serviced sites nestled amid lush greenery, ideal for nature immersion.
  • Les Mesanges Campground: Features Étoile ready-to-camp sites, blending comfort with the rustic charm of the outdoors.
  • Beach Sector Nature Cabins: Provides cosy cabins with full amenities, set in the heart of the park’s activity area.

Tips for snagging a campsite

  • Book early, especially for peak season, to ensure your spot amid the natural beauty of Yamaska National Park.
  • Consider mid-week stays for better availability and a quieter camping experience.
  • Keep an eye on cancellations for last-minute opportunities to secure a coveted campsite.
  • Explore nearby camping options to maximize your chances of an idyllic outdoor retreat.

When to go

The best time to visit Yamaska National Park is during the summer months, from June to August, when all activities are in full swing and the weather is warm. Winter offers a unique charm with snowy landscapes, ideal for snowshoeing and cross-country skiing, though some services may be limited.

Know before you go

  • Check the park’s website for any trail closures or safety advisories before your visit.
  • Remember to purchase your park access fee online to guarantee entry, especially during busy periods.
  • Accessible facilities are available for visitors with reduced mobility, ensuring an inclusive experience for all.
  • Be mindful of the park’s wildlife; observe from a distance and do not feed the animals.
  • Prepare for variable weather by dressing in layers and bringing waterproof gear, especially during transitional seasons.

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