Stay in a yurt
Here a complete change of scenery is guaranteed. The yurt is a traditional tent used by nomadic peoples living in the steppes of Central Asia. Staying in a yurt is really like staying “elsewhere”. Its round shape is conducive to relaxation. Its skylights allow you to stargaze. The yurt is stylishly furnished and fully equipped so you can just show up and unpack without worrying about anything else. You’re sure to be charmed.
- Staying in a yurt
- It’s fully equipped: lighting, stove, fridge, toilet, hot water and shower, fireplace or wood stove, as well as all the equipment you need for preparing and serving meals. A comfort station or a pit toilets are available nearby. A yurt can accommodate up to four people. Check out your technical sheet during booking.
- Picnic table and chairs
- Fire pit
From $119 /night
Taxes not included. National park entry fees not included.
From April 12, 2020 to April 29, 2021
Every Fridays and Saturdays
Every day, July 5 to August 15, 2020
Every day, February 26 to March 6, 2021
December 23, 2020 to January 2, 2021
(summer and fall)
Sunday to Thursday from April 12 to July 4, 2020
Sunday to Thursday from August 16 to December 22, 2020
Sunday to Thursday from January 3 to February 25, 2021
Sunday to Thursday from March 7 to April 29, 2021
|Yurt||From $140/night/yurt||From $158/night/yurt||From $119/night/yurt||From $107/night/yurt|
From April 30, 2021 to April 28, 2022
Every Fridays and Saturdays
Every day, July 4 to August 26, 2021
Every day, February 25 to March 5, 2022
December 24, 2021 to January 3, 2022
(summer and fall)
Sunday to Thursday from April 30 to July 1, 2021
Sunday to Thursday from August 27 to December 23, 2021
Sunday to Thursday from January 4 to February 24, 2022
Sunday to Thursday from March 6 to April 28, 2022
|Yurt||From $142/night/yurt||From $161/night/yurt||From $121/night/yurt||From $109/night/yurt|
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.
Enjoy the benefits of the Sépaq Family Experience
Don't miss the opportunity to introduce your children to 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
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National park, wildlife reserve, or other Sépaq establishments?
National parks are havens for outdoor 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. 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.
Centre touristique du Lac-Simon, Centre touristique du Lac-Kénogami and Station touristique Duchesnay 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.
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 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.
- Bedding is not provided. You’ll have to bring sheets or a sleeping bag, fitted sheet, 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.
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