You love nature, camping, but also comfort? Ready-to-camps are ideal for families, couples, and friends alike. They’re designed for the perfect vacation, fully equipped, with a space heater too. You’ll travel light and brave the cooler nights with complete peace of mind. The joys of camping – simple and hassle-free!
Huttopia tent/Hékipia tent
Similar accommodations, different experience. Huttopia tents are located at the heart of the national parks, while Hékipia tents can be found at other Sépaq establishments.
- Ready-to-camp accommodations
- Ready-to-camps feature two spacious beds, extra lighting and a space heater, an electric or propane cooker under a canopy outside, a small fridge, and everything you need for cooking. A ready-to-camp can accommodate up to six people (maximum four adults). For more details, refer to the technical description of the ready-to-camp chosen at the time of booking.
- Washroom facility nearby
- Public building with toilets, sinks, and showers. Most showers are pay-per-use ($1 for 4 minutes in 25¢ or $1 pieces depending on the location).
- Water access nearby
- Picnic table and four outdoor chairs
- Fire pit
Low season $102 /night
High season: $121
Taxes not included. National park entry fees not included.
Fridays and Saturdays at all times
Every day, from June 16 to September 3, 2017
From Sunday to Thursday before June 16, 2017 and after September 3, 2017
Rates for the 2017 season.
Taxes not included.
National park entry fees not included.
The dates of your stay impact how much you pay
If you’re flexible on dates, you’ll benefit from very advantageous week-day low-season rates. An option that’s all the more tempting given that ready-to-camps offer space heaters!
Enjoy the benefits of the Sépaq Family Experience
Don't miss the opportunity to introduce your children to camping and outdoor activities. Your accompanying children aged 17 and under will be admitted free of charge to national parks. All across the Sépaq network, they can take part in a number of complimentary activities and certain equipment will be loaned to them free of charge. A perfect way to spend quality time with your family while going easy on your wallet. For complete details
Get an Annual Parcs Québec Network Card
Planning on visiting several national parks? It will be worth your while to purchase the Annual Parcs Québec Network Card. It’s the most cost-effective way to pay national park entry fees. You’ll get unlimited access to 24 national parks for 12 months! And you'll also enjoy exclusive benefits, such as a free night of camping. For complete details
Stay tuned to our promotions
Mornings on the water deal
You’re camping with us? Take advantage of 50% off one-hour watercraft rentals at all participating national parks. For complete details
Exclusive offers for seniors
Are you aged 60 or over? You could be eligible for a discount on your campsite. For complete details
Discounts and promotions
To stay up to date on all the latest Camping promotions, click here.
National park, wildlife reserve, or other Sépaq campgrounds?
National parks are havens for outdoor and camping enthusiasts. What a privilege to have access to so many exceptional territories, so close to home! Why not explore them while hiking, canoeing, cycling ... or during a discovery activity. You could take part in a fireside chat, join a guided hike, go on a commented excursion out on the water, participate in a theatrical performance, or simply talk with a park warden. Please note that an entry fee, which is 100% reinvested in your national parks, will be added to the cost of all stays.
Wildlife reserves provide a wilderness experience with great adventures in store. You can explore the off-the-beaten-path, or even pick berries! These destinations are also ideal if you plan to fish. Some 95% of our fishing offer is concentrated in the Sépaq wildlife reserves. You’ll find fish. Lots of beautiful fish! But make sure that you’re well equipped to get around. You may have to drive several kilometres on gravel roads to reach your accommodations sector or waterways.
Camping des Voltigeurs, Centre touristique du Lac-Simon, and Centre touristique du Lac-Kénogami offer vacationers an atmosphere that can’t be beat. They’re located near a town or village where you can buy fresh produce and enjoy all sorts of regional activities.
How to preview your campsite?
The online booking platform has been completely reviewed and revamped: improved search engine, more photos, more possibilities. If you’d like a sneak preview of your campsite, don't hesitate to simulate a booking.
What should I pack in my bags?
When you arrive at your destination, you'll be close to nature… but far from civilization. First of all, refer to your campsite technical description (displayed at the time of booking or in your booking confirmation). That’s where you’ll find all the equipment that's included.
To jog your memory:
- You can print a memory aid (in French only) that will be useful when you assemble your baggage.
- In the ready-to-camps, bedding is not provided. You’ll have to bring sheets or a sleeping bag, pillowcases, towels, and dish towels.
- We recommend that you bring drinking water or boil the water available on site.
- Also pack enough food to last the entire duration of your stay.
For camping tips
You can book for the 2017 season as of Tuesday December 13, 2016, at 9 a.m.
The greatest choice of camping destinations
Located all across Québec, including near several major centres, Sépaq camping destinations are the best places to go camping, where nature, activities and escape await. It’s time to discover these exceptional destinations!
You have questions?
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