Occupancy rates are based on a family of 2 adults and 3 children under 18. There is a charge of $9.13 plus taxes per day for each additional person. POLICY FOR ADDITIONAL PERSONS
Only adults over 18 can make a reservation.
You must occupy the site assigned to you.
Only one equipment per location. However, we will tolerate the registration of a second tent on the site, if it is intended for the accommodation of children under the age of 18 of the same registered family. If there are additional adults, or children from a different family, you will need to register and pay the rate for a non-serviced site for the 2nd tent.
Arrival: from 1 p.m. It is important to report a late arrival before 9 p.m. Departure: noon (12 p.m.).
Late check-out: (6 p.m.) may be authorized the same morning of departure at a cost of $12.00 plus tax, if the lot has not already been reserved. Early departure: will not result in any deduction or refund.
The traveller sites have a table and a firepit. The fire must be of a reasonable height (maximum 24”). It is the responsibility of the campers to ensure that the fire is out before you turn in. Please be advised that propane firepits are not authorized during an openair ban issued by the Société de protection des forêts contre le feu (SOPFEU).
Please note that this document takes precedence over the above information.
This information could be revised if regulatory relief is announced by public health.
Only people living at the same address can camp together on a site.
All reservations that have registered in their equipment additional people not living at the same address will be reviewed in order to respect the regulations and could even be canceled. Therefore, it would be wise to wait a few days prior to your arrival to register them. At that time, you will know for sure if it is permitted or not to share your trailer.
Groups of more than one household will need to book additional camping sites to comply with the Public Health directives. Until further notice, it will be forbidden to put a tent on the site of another camper.
Group sites or non serviced campsites in Zone 400 are closed until further notice.
Anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19 or has been in contact with someone who has tested positive in the past 14 days cannot be at a campsite.
Campers who develop symptoms of the virus should leave immediately and notify the campsite operator – who will trigger “appropriate protocols” – and call local public health authorities.
Face masks are mandatory in public places.
“Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the campground has put in place additional measures to protect the health and safety of campers and staff.”
In order to better comply with the measures and recommendations of the Government of Quebec concerning the frequent cleaning of public places, the sanitary buildings may remain closed to campers with their own facilities and / or to visitors.
“Your cooperation and responsibility are of the utmost importance.”
The camping season runs from May 14th to September 15th.