Camping in Mont Tremblant

Nature lovers and those that want an incredible experience must try camping in Mont Tremblant’s National Park. With nearly 600 square miles (1,510 Km2), six rivers and 400 lakes, there’s plenty of blue water and lush landscape for everyone to enjoy. Located in the Laurentian Mountains, Tremblant National Park is divided into three sections offering over 1,000 campsites.

La Diable sector: May 9 to October 13, 2014
This section is accessible from the municipality of Lake Superior and is a ideal for canoeing and kayaking the magnificent Diable River.

La Pimbina sector: May 9 to October 13, 2014
This section historical area of Lanaudière is accessible from the City of Saint-Donat and perfect for cross-country skiing.

L’Assomption sector: May 9 to October 13, 2014
You can enter this sector of the park by way of the City of Saint-Côme. It offers the perfect back drop for rowing on the river, lake fishing and waterfront camping.

Whether you want a comfortable campsite with modern amenities or prefer to “rough it” at a basic campground and forgo conveniences, Mont Tremblant’s National Park offers something for everyone.

Tremblant National Park’s Camping Accommodations

Canoe Camping
Period: May 10 to September 2, 2013
For a change of pace and to explore the deepest recesses of nature, try a canoe-camping excursion.
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Huttopia Tent
Period: May 10 to October 14, 2013
Enjoy camping without having to bring your own equipment. Huttopia’s come with heating, beds & everything to cook a meal.
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Tent Trailer
Period: May 10 to October 14, 2013
Heated tent-trailers are equipped to make your nature vacation a comfortable. They are stationed all over the park.
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EXPs
Period: July 19 to December 20, 2013
Imagine a dwelling with many windows bringing nature inside.
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Camping
Period: May 10 to October 14, 2013
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Nature Cabin
Period: January 18, 2014 to September 1, 2014
Nature cabins are a new concept offering a compact layout that includes all the conveniences and comforts of a cabin.
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Yurt
Period: March 24, 2014 to December 19, 2014
A portable circular tent made of felt or skins traditionally used by nomads of Central Asia.
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