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Dream camping in Québec

Sépaq features over 6,300 campsites at 34 Québec destinations. Wooded and intimate spaces where you can enjoy days full of fun and games, evenings around the campfire, and nights under the stars.

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A short getaway from the city

There are several destinations close to Montréal where you can spend one or more nights enjoying the fresh air and wide-open spaces.

Parc national d’Oka

You won’t want to miss Parc national d'Oka and its popular 11 km long beach that’s a visitors’ delight. The ultimate family destination…and it's a mere stone’s throw from Montréal!

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Parc national du Mont‑Tremblant

Parc national du Mont-Tremblant is an all-star camping destination. Featuring 400 lakes and 6 large rivers, it’s a true paradise for water activities. You can also go biking, do some great hiking no matter what your level, or head out for a guided via ferrata excursion.

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Parc national des Îles-de-Boucherville

Just a few kilometres from Montréal, at the heart of the St. Lawrence River, you’ll discover Parc national des Îles-de-Boucherville, a true haven for nature and biodiversity. Hikers, picnickers, cyclists, canoeists, and campers come here for an escapade and to admire the exceptional flora and fauna.

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Parc national de la Yamaska

A landscape of gentle hills textured with a diverse forest mosaic at the centre of which stretches the impressive blue expanse of Réservoir Choinière. The park is the ideal place for family activities and bike rides.

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Discovering the Capitale-Nationale

Here, nature destinations are within easy reach of Québec City or the pretty villages of Charlevoix. Your campsite is awaiting you to enjoy the beautiful days to come.

Réserve faunique de Portneuf

Lakes and rivers abound in this forest getaway world, a mere stone’s throw from Québec City. Discover your little corner of paradise near the water and enjoy a host of activities!

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Réserve faunique des Laurentides

Founded in 1895, Réserve faunique des Laurentides extends over more than 7,860 km2, at the heart of the Laurentian mountain range. Outdoor enthusiasts will discover an enchanted forest featuring lakes, rivers, majestic animals, and fish galore.

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Parc national de la Jacques-Cartier

The spectacular Vallée de la Jacques-Cartier is one of the most beautiful glacial valleys in Québec: a 550-metre-deep channel where a river that’s sometimes calm, sometimes turbulent, wends its merry way. A coniferous forest dominates high plateaus, while deciduous trees flourish in the depths of the valleys beneath. An inspiring world of nature that simply exudes peace!

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Parc national des Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie

With some of the highest cliffs east of the Rockies, discover one of the most spectacular panoramas in all of Québec. The dizzying drops, the aesthetics of the landscapes, and the distinctive course of Rivière Malbaie make this national park a unique and exceptional place.

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Parc national des Grands-Jardins

Discover its Nordic landscape, admire the mountain peaks, camp in the hollow of a glacial valley, or simply stand in awe of the taiga, fragile and rare at this latitude. Want to take up a personal challenge and discover the park in an entirely different way? Try the via ferrata of Mont-du-Lac-des-Cygnes.

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The grandeur of the western part of the province

On the border with Ontario, you're guaranteed a change of scenery thanks to unique landscapes and unrivalled tranquility.

Parc national d’Aiguebelle

Enigmatic and accessible, rift lakes offer a variety of activities in a magnificent setting. Crossing a gigantic fault via a 22-metre-high footbridge is sure to be an unforgettable thrill. From up there on the bridge, you can admire landscapes deeply marked by billions of years of natural crafting.

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Parc national d’Opémican

Get ready to navigate the waterways of Kipawa lake, to camp at the top of the rock walls overlooking Lac Temiscamingue, and to gather by the fire under the tall pine trees.

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Parc national de Plaisance

Plaisance, a name evocative of the gentleness of a landscape dotted with bays, ponds, and marshes. Rich in biodiversity, this territory is home to more than 260 species of birds, numerous amphibians, and, of course, turtles!

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Réserve faunique de Papineau-Labelle

Enjoy an escapade less than two hours from Montréal: white-tailed deer abound in its forests, a wide variety of fish teem in its lakes, and perfect natural environment are the order of the day for an adventure that’s hard to beat.

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Réserve faunique La Vérendrye

Some 4,000 lakes to be explored; 40 species of mammals and 150 species of birds just waiting to be watched; and hiking trails galore...a real corner of paradise awaits you here… all the ingredients for a most memorable vacation!

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Centre touristique du Lac-Simon

A 2-km-long beach, clear waters, and fine warm sand, a perfect world for memories in the making. What’s more, a wooded area offers 17 km of multifunctional trails. And to delight the small fry, there’s a trampoline, climbing games, slides, organized activities, and so much more besides!

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A different Estrie

Each of these destinations offers a unique experience, whether you prefer to spend your camping stay climbing mountains, spending time with the family, or stargazing.

Parc national du Mont-Mégantic

Astonishing topography, an intense climate, and a fascinating starry sky combine to make Parc national du Mont-Mégantic an absolutely exceptional place. An outdoor destination at the heart of the very first International Dark Sky Reserve.

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Parc national du Mont-Orford

A park featuring mountainous terrain and an impressive diversity of habitats dominated by the  mountain range of Mont Orford in all its magnificence. A number of the most renowned and  spectacular lookouts in the entire Cantons-de-l'Est region will be yours to enjoy.

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Parc national de Frontenac

Located close by the shores of Grand lac Saint-François, Parc national de Frontenac is a haven for more than 200 species of birds and over 30 species of mammals. Along with hiking and biking, water activities are the order of the day.

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The diversity of Centre-du-Québec and Mauricie

Whether you're looking for a weekend camping trip with the extended family or a real break in the woods, the Centre-du-Québec region offers a variety of options to suit your every whim.

Camping des Voltigeurs

A campground on the edge of Rivière Saint-François under century-old trees, with festivals and tourist attractions close at hand. Ride your bike along the Route verte, come have a laugh at the summer theatre, or reconnect with history at the pioneer village known as the Village Québécois d'Antan.

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Réserve faunique Mastigouche

Here great catches are the rule, along with fresh air, natural beauty, and a vast array of activities. An intimate corner of paradise at the heart of nature’s bounty.

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Réserve faunique du Saint-Maurice

The fish-filled lakes of this exceptional wildlife territory are a delight for anglers, and its magnificent sandy shores create a perfect spot for families. Réserve faunique du Saint-Maurice is a well-kept secret that’s yours to enjoy!

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The scent of the sea in eastern Québec

Sea air and wind, blue water as far as the eye can see, wide-open spaces: on the road from Rimouski to Percé or via the North Shore, there's plenty to explore for days on end.

Réserve faunique de Port-Cartier-Sept-Îles

Its breathtaking landscapes make this wildlife reserve a true corner of paradise. You're sure to be charmed by Lac Walker, an impressive glacial lake offering spectacular views! This generous realm of nature offers unforgettable moments of tranquility.

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Parc national du Bic

Located in the maritime estuary of the St. Lawrence River, Parc national du Bic proudly displays its capes, bays, coves, islands, and mountains, all features for which it is justly famous. Think of the sounds and smells of the sea and the caress of the sea wind. Imagine a sunset renowned for being one of the most beautiful in the world. A relaxing and peaceful atmosphere awaits you!

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Parc national du Lac-Témiscouata

Parc national du Lac-Témiscouata offers a rich and generous world of nature, 10,000 years of history, and a vast array of lakes and rivers for water sports and wildlife watching. A perfect destination for your perfect family!

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Parc national de la Gaspésie

With 25 peaks towering over 1,000 metres high, Parc national de la Gaspésie is nothing short of amazing! Lac Cascapédia invites you to chill out and contemplate in the calm of its campground or to get out and about, by renting a canoe, paddle board, or pedal boat. An experience you’ll never forget!

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Réserve faunique de Matane

Offering a network of over 100 km of hiking trails, this exceptional territory is the natural habitat for remarkable and diverse wildlife, including moose, the monarch of our forests. Experience an unforgettable stay at the heart of breathtaking landscapes.

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Réserve faunique de Port-Daniel

One of the jewels of Gaspésie, Réserve faunique de Port-Daniel remains a well kept secret. On this 57 km2 territory, there are 25 trout-filled lakes and a salmon river to dream of. The diversity of its wildlife is simply astonishing. The wildlife reserve can be reached without straying too far from the sea. A real little corner of paradise!

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A long weekend in the Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean region

This is the ideal region to explore over a long weekend! An array of easily accessible destinations await you for completely different experiences on every visit.

Parc national de la Pointe-Taillon

Parc national de la Pointe-Taillon will charm you with its vast sandy shores, its 45-km bike path, its islands, and its camping sites on the shores of Lac Saint-Jean. Discover this park with its thousand secrets!

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Parc national du Fjord-du-Saguenay

Discover a fjord that stretches over 100 km, the longest in the world at such a low latitude. Whether you're on land, sea, or air, the park’s magnificent, little-known landscapes will leave you with lasting memories.

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Réserve faunique Ashuapmushuan

Fresh air galore, rivers to explore, lakes to fish and the chance to go for a dip with your whole family... A true corner of paradise awaits you in this realm of pure nature, cradled by ancestral Innu traditions.

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Centre touristique du Lac-Kénogami

One of the most beautiful natural fine sand beaches in all of Québec. A lake beckoning you to enjoy a vast array of water activities. An excellent starting point to explore the attractions of Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean.

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