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Camping in Quebec

It’s time to practice your French because “La Belle Province” is a gem for campers. Summertime visitors enjoy biking, hiking, kayaking, and fishing in Québec. Hearty winter campers might opt for skiing, snowshoeing, or ice fishing here. In Québec, you’ll find mountains, forests, lakes, rivers, and even tundra. In addition to remote wilderness areas, the province offers unique historical sites, museums, and cultural traditions for you to discover.

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Top-rated campgrounds in Quebec

Forillon National Park

Forillon National Park, one of 42 national parks and park reserves across Canada, is located at the outer tip of the Gaspé Peninsula of Quebec and covers 244 km2 (94 sq mi). Created in 1970, Forillon was the first national park in Quebec. The park includes forests, sea coast, salt marshes, sand dunes, cliffs, and the Eastern End of the Appalachians. The word forillon is thought to have referred...

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La Mauricie National Park

La Mauricie National Park (French: Parc national de la Mauricie) is a national park located near Shawinigan in the Laurentian mountains, in the Mauricie region of Quebec, Canada. It covers 536 km2 (207 sq mi) in the southern Canadian Shield region bordering the Saint Lawrence lowlands. The park contains 150 lakes and many ponds. The park lies within the Eastern forest-boreal transition ecoregio...

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Mingan Archipelago National Park

Mingan Archipelago National Park Reserve or Mingan Archipelago Heritage Site bathes in the waters of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, in the administrative region of Côte-Nord, in the municipality of Havre-Saint -Pierre, facing Anticosti Island. Accessible by sea or by air, the reserve protects a thousand islands, islets of rocks, cays and limestone reefs in a mosaic of several ecosystems coexisting o...

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Saint-Ours Canal National Park

The Richelieu River (French: [ʁiʃ(ə)ljø] ) is a river of Quebec, Canada, and a major right-bank tributary of the St. Lawrence River. It rises at Lake Champlain, from which it flows northward through Quebec and empties into the St. Lawrence. It was formerly known by the French as the Iroquois River and the Chambly River, and was named for Cardinal Richelieu, the powerful minister under Louis XII...

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How to scan Quebec parks for cancellations

Is the Quebec park you want to camp at sold out? We can help! Campers often cancel their camping reservations. Campnab monitors Quebec parks and can text you when a suitable campsite one opens up! 🙂

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