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A getaway in the heart of nature. Depending on your preferences, several options are available to you if you want to spend the night. You can do canoe-camping in the backcountry or stay in one of the park’s three semi-serviced campgrounds. You will appreciate their safety, cleanliness and tranquillity. The sites are set up in wooded areas to respect each group’s privacy.You can also extend your visit and spend a comfortable and hassle-free night in an oTENTik, or in one of the historic buildings of Domaine Wabenaki-Andrew. If you are feeling adventurous, you can even sleep in the park during winter! Three types of accommodation are possible: oTENTik, Domaine Wabenaki-Andrew and winter camping.
Camping, canot-camping and oTENTik reservations can be make online at www.reservation.parcscanada.gc.ca or by calling 1-877-737-3783. The call center is available from 8 am to 6 pm (local national park time). If you are calling from outside North America, please dial 1 519-826-5391.
Domaine Wabenaki-Andrew reservation: www.info-nature.ca/en or 1 819-537-4555.
oTENTik camping experience video: click here to learn more.
*** Parks Canada is adapting to the COVID-19 situation and visitor access and services will be limited. Visitors are asked to plan ahead by checking the website before they travel.***