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Camp Mercier: discount on cabins this winter

Stay just steps away from the cross country skiing and snowshoeing trails and enjoy a 30% discount on the Pécan and Lac-à-Noël cabins (4 people) at Camp Mercier, and the Devlin cabins at Parc national de la Jacques-Cartier. Valid for stays from March 19 to April 9, 2017. Certain conditions apply.

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Reservation (Terms and Conditions) and Regulations


Cabins for rent

There are close to 400 cabins for rent throughout the Sépaq network. Nestled in the peaceful great outdoors, they can hold from 2 to 16 people. The perfect opportunity to make precious memories with family, friends or your significant other, not to mention the ideal setting for a few days of rest and recharging.

Children admitted
free of charge!

7 nights
and pay for 5


Close to activities

Several types of cabins could meet your needs. For example, we suggest EXP. cabins, Compact cabins and Nature cabins, all designed so that you’ll enjoy nature to the hilt and get the most out of your national park experience. Why not give them a try?

Hiking, kayaking, canoeing, via ferrata, and wildlife watching – all a mere stone’s throw away!

At the water’s edge

These cabins are usually located in wildlife reserves and even offer on-site fishing! When you book a vacation cabin in a wildlife reserve in summer, a kayak, a barbecue, and a rowboat for your outings will be thrown in as well.

Small cabins

Discover our Compact cabins in Oka and Mont-Tremblant national parks, as well as at the Lac-Simon Tourist Resort.

You can also check out EXP. cabins in Grands-Jardins, Jacques-Cartier, Mont-Mégantic, Mont-Tremblant and Monts-Valin national parks.

Large cabins

A number of destinations offer cabins equipped to receive groups of six or more people, mainly in the wildlife reserves. You’ve just discovered where to spend your next vacation!

Make your choice based on your destination


2017 Season

April 23, 2016

FALL April 23, 2016 September 20, 2016

2018 Season

April 22, 2017

FALL April 22, 2017 September 19, 2017


Children admitted free!

At national parks and wildlife reserves, children 17 and under are admitted free of charge above and beyond the maximum occupancy capacity of the cabin. A maximum of two children admitted without charge are authorized in cabins that can accommodate five or fewer adults, and a maximum of four children admitted without charge are authorized in cabins that can accommodate six or more adults. Certain lodging sectors are excluded. Please check for details.

At tourist resorts, children 17 and under are admitted free of charge above and beyond the maximum occupancy capacity. Certain conditions apply, and some lodging sectors are excluded.

You must provide all the necessary equipment for the comfort of the children staying with you free of charge: mattresses, bedding, life jackets, etc. For more details, please contact us at 1-800-665-6527.

Equipment and conveniences

  • The cabins are generally fully equipped: lighting, stove, propane or electric refrigerator, toilet, hot water and shower, wood stove or fireplace, and all pots, pans and utensils needed to prepare and serve meals. However, equipment may vary from one cabin to the next, and depending on the season.


  • Some sites are accessible only on foot or by bicycle during the summer, and on foot, skis or snowshoes during the winter. Always check the distance to travel from the parking lot.
  • Cabins may be located in several places on the territory and some are farther from activities and services than others.
  • You may have to drive on gravel roads.

Propane and electricity

  • The cabins are powered with electricity or propane. It's important to remember that a propane refrigerator isn't as efficient as an electric one. Avoid filling it all at once, as it will take much longer to cool the food. Fill it gradually to give it time to adjust. Plan to bring extra ice in your cooler.


Linens and food

  • Bed linens (sheets, blankets and pillowcases), bath towels and dish cloths, soap and shampoo, and food. Bring extra blankets and warm clothes in the fall and winter. Please note that for Station touristique Duchesnay, Gîte du Mont-Albert and Portes-de-l'Enfer (Réserve faunique des Laurentides) cabins, bed linens are included.

Drinking water

  • Since most of the cabins are located in remote areas, the water is not filtered. It's recommended that you bring drinking water, or boil the water at the cabin for one minute.

Complementary items

  • Packing certain items ensures a successful stay in nature: sunscreen, hat, running shoes, raincoat, matches, change of clothes, first aid kit, binoculars, camera, insect repellent, etc.
  • Other little luxuries that could make your trip even more enjoyable include wine glasses and a corkscrew, or a French-press coffee maker (such as a Bodum)!


  • Certain amenities, like grocery stores and gas stations, may be located quite far from your cabin.

Need help?

For information and reservation, contact us at 1 800 665-6527. Business hours

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