A hiking hotspot, Parc national de la Gaspésie gives visitors access to an extraordinary mountain environment. The Chic-Chocs and McGerrigle Mountains cross the park. Among them, Mont Jacques Cartier is the second highest peak in Québec. The altitude of these mountains deeply influences the climate that moulds the landscape and creates a diversity of species unique to Québec, and even the world. Arctic-alpine plants and tundra landscapes form a habitat for a herd of woodland caribou, the last representatives of this species south of the St. Lawrence.
You can now book your campsite for next summer. Start dreaming of your summer!
New campsites in Parc national du Mont-Tremblant and Réserve faunique des Laurentides and 10 new Huttopia tents spread throughout the Bic, Gaspésie, Mont-Tremblant and Oka national parks are now available for summer 2015 booking.
Take advantage right now of 30 % off on cabin stays from Sunday through Thursday until the end of the winter. Details
Take full advantage of this holiday that heralds the beginning of spring! Check our remaining availabilities for the Easter weekend in our different types of lodging. Details
Starting April 25, book your cabin stay for summer 2016 in one of our many total comfort cabins! As well as securing the cabin you want for the dates that suit you best, you will benefit from this year’s prices. Check out the booking launch schedule for details.
As of April 25, 2015, book your summer 2016 fishing trip at one of our not-to-be-missed destinations. Take advantage of this year’s prices and get the chance to win your own fishing trip! Details and booking launch schedule
The most cost-effective way to pay national park entry fees in the Parcs Québec network. Enjoy unlimited access to 24 national parks for a period of 12 months, plus exclusive advantages only for cardholders. Details
In the mood for a few more days of fishing? Plan next summer’s fishing trip with cabin accommodations and get 20% off the third and subsequent days. Certain conditions apply. Book
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