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Last-minute stays

A few stays are still available for an impromptu getaway in the days ahead. Book today!

Where to spend the nights of July 19 and 20

Our star destinations for the weekend

Camp or stay in a cabin at one of our exceptional destinations this weekend. Book today!

Parc national du Mont-Tremblant

Parc national du Mont-Tremblant (Lanaudière)

Campground - L'Assomption sector

Camping du Grand-Pin, located in L'Assomption sector, offers semi-serviced sites, close to De la Boucle de Lac-de-l'Assomption loop trail. At the campground, you'll find a rental centre offering canoes, kayaks, pedal boats, and rowboats. You'll also have access to a hiking trail featuring a number of panoramic lookouts.


Camping des Voltigeurs

Camping des Voltigeurs (Centre‑du‑Québec)

The campground offers serviced and semi-serviced campsites. A heated swimming pool and water games are also available for campers, along with bike trails and outdoor play areas. The campground is ideally located near the Village Québécois d'Antan pioneer village.


Centre touristique du Lac-Kenogami

Centre touristique du Lac-Kenogami

Campground – semi-serviced, single-service, and triple-service campsites

The campsite is located in the heart of the peninsula, a mere five-minute walk from the beach and close to all activities. It's a stunningly beautiful spot!


Updated on July 15, 2024.

See the latest availabilities for July 19 and 20

Where to spend the nights of July 21 to 25

Our star destinations for next week

On vacation or planning an impromptu stay this week? There’s no time like the present to book your stay!

Parc national d'Oka

Parc national d'Oka (Laurentides)

Camping – L'Anse, Crête and Méandre sectors

Parc national d'Oka and its popular 11km beach is a family delight at a mere stone's throw from Montreal. Campsites offering two or three services and semi-serviced sites are available in L'Anse, Crête and Méandre sectors.


Parc national de la Pointe-Taillon

Parc national de la Pointe‑Taillon (Saguenay‑Lac‑Saint‑Jean)

Campgrounds – Pointe-Crevrette, Le Prospecteur, Île Boulianne and des îles Connelly, Petite-Île-Verte, and Beemer

Camp on the shores of Lac Saint-Jean! With its miles of sandy shoreline, 45-kilometre bike path, islands to explore, and campsites on the shores of Lac Saint-Jean and Rivière Péribonka, Parc national de la Pointe-Taillon is a veritable Garden of Eden!


Réserve faunique des Laurentides

Réserve faunique des Laurentides

Camping – Belle-Rivière sector

This sector is a top-notch family destination, featuring a children's playground, water sports activities, and a sandy shoreline. Having access to the many lakes available for anglers, you can also rent a canoe, kayak, rowboat, or motorboat.


Updated on July 15, 2024.

See the latest availabilities from July 21 to 25




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Fishing stay

Fishing stays are still available for the days to come at a number of Sépaq destinations. Our lakes await you, teeming with fish!

July 19 and 20 (weekend)

June 21 to July 25 (weekdays)

See all weekday availabilities

Updated on July 15, 2024.

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