Your next camping trip should allow you to escape and enjoy nature… No electricity, no running water, no Internet! Just you and your group having an amazing time and reconnecting with nature and each other. Quebec offers some amazing spots that fit this description perfectly… Which one of these will be your next destination?
This beautiful area at the mouth of the Saguenay River offers some of Quebec’s most beautiful shorelines. It’s a bit of a hike (just under 6 hours by car), so why not stop by Quebec city on the way for a bit of sightseeing? DETAILS
L’Acropole des Draveurs
This natural canyon just North of La Malbaie is picture-perfect, and may rank among the most Instagrammable places in the province. Perfect if you love hiking, the summits around here will reward you with some of the most picturesque views available anywhere in Quebec.
Parc National de la Jacques-Cartier
A land of forest trails and lazy rivers, this place is sure to enchant you. There’s plenty of wildlife, as you can see, and of course, photo opportunities! DETAILS
“Dome Camping” in Lac-Beauport
This very special campground, called “Centre de l’Hêtre”, focuses on environmental conscience and personal well-being. It offers beautiful accommodations such as this “dome cabin” with views all around it thanks to its see-through walls. Peace & quiet are guaranteed! DETAILS
Centre de l’Hêtre also offers accommodations in these very cool “yurt-style” huts! Lac-Beauport is just North of Quebec City, a three-hour drive from downtown Montreal. DETAILS
Sleep in a “Suspended Sphere”
Saguenay’s Parc Aventure Cap Jaseux has some pretty cool accommodations, too! These sleeping spheres can accommodate up to four people each, perched high up within the trees. Would you spend the night in one of these? DETAILS
Speaking of treehouses…
Cap Jaseux also has this much bigger treehouse, perched a full eight metres off the ground! It has one Queen and two twin beds, a kitchen and a barbecue, and can accommodate up to five people! You’ll have to haul your own water up, though. You’ll have to act fast if you want to stay here, though: it’s all booked up until at least September 11th! DETAILS
A little closer to home, the Papineau-Labelle wildlife reserve is a beautiful sport for canoe-camping and fishing, and it’s very popular for its ease of access and natural beauty. You’ll find all sorts of wildlife here, as well as secluded camping spots for ultimate peace & quiet. Oh… And there are some awesome jumping rocks as well for the daredevils in your group! DETAILS