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The Mégantic region at the heart of the first International Dark Sky Reserve

Where to sleep?

Parc national de Frontenac

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Parc national de Frontenac has many accomodations waiting for you !

Étoile ready-to-camp

New! Five new Étoile ready-to-camp sites are offered this summer in the Baie-Sauvage campground (Southern sector). The cube-shaped Étoile ready-to-camp is supported by a canvas-sealed wood structure. In addition to offering more height, greater reception capacity (6 people), and more storage, it’s perfectly integrated with the natural setting.

Campers can count on the same conveniences in the kitchen as at the traditional ready-to-camp, while enjoying three double beds so as to spend a comfortable night.

Camping

Saint-Daniel sector

Three camping loops totaling 86 wooded sites are located near the service and recreation areas. On site: guided expeditions, watercraft and bicycle rental, a Boutique Nature shop, and a mini-convenience store. The camping loops are accessible by car via the main road (gravel surface), and by bike via Le Littoral trail.

Several sites provide a view of Grand lac Saint-François and access to the water. These campground loops are accessible by car along the main road, but also by bicycle along Le Littoral trail.

Baie aux Rats-Musqués campground (semi-serviced campsites)

The odd-numbered sites are located directly on the edge of the lake. Access to Le Littoral hiking and biking trail. This camping loop is located 1 km from the Pointe Saint-Daniel recreation area.

Baie des Sables campground (semi-serviced campsites)

Shelter for campers. Access to Le Littoral hiking and biking trail. This camping loop is located 7.5 km from the Pointe Saint-Daniel recreation area.

Rivière-aux-Bluets campground (two-service camping area)

Shelter for campers. Garbage-disposal station and access to Le Littoral hiking and biking trail. This camping loop is located 9 km from the campground of the Pointe Saint-Daniel recreation area.

Boat launch (ideal for power boats with a maximum size of 18 feet):

Saint-Daniel sector: Rang 2 boat lauch. This boat lauch is located in the park (access by Rang 2) at about 5 minutes from the Saint-Daniel sector park entrance. On-site parking.

Southern sector

On the other side of the park, the Southern sector offers a campground with 101 sites right on Baie Sauvage. The forest canopy is everywhere, and you’ll be in the midst of wilderness.  A short walk from your campsite is L’Escale, which offers a meeting place for departures on guided expeditions, boat rental, a Boutique Nature, and a mini-convenience store. The Baie Sauvage campground is accessible by car along the main road, but also by bicycle along Les Passereaux trail.

Also, be sure to check out the Lac Egan primitive campground (Southern sector) where 3 platforms await you in a lovely natural setting. Privacy and tranquillity guaranteed!  These sites can be accessed via a 450 m hiking trail. Boats are prohibited on this lake.

Boat launch (ideal for power boats with a maximum size of 18 feet):

Southern sector: Route 263 boat launch, near the iron bridge. Small parking lot on-site. This private boat lauch is located outside the park. The park assumes no responsibility for its use by the visitors.

Canoe-Camping

What could be better than canoe-camping to enjoy the great outdoors and experience the adventure of a lifetime? A bit of relaxed paddling on Baie Sauvage, Lac des Îles or Lac à La Barbue brings you to campsites that are accessible only by kayak or canoe. 

Canoe-camping packages of one to three nights are available

Altogether, there are 7 canoe-camping sites with a total of 29 platforms in a woodland setting or by the water’s edge. All campsites are only accessible by canoe or kayak.

Please note that there may occasionally be motor boats on Baie Sauvage. Navigable circuits that take from 15 minutes to 2 hours and 30 minutes to complete, depending on the location chosen. Canoe rental available on site. Kayak rental not available for kayak-camping; you must plan to bring your own equipment.

Tradionnal ready-to-camp

The traditional ready-to-camp tent is the ideal solution for a hassle-free camping adventure in full comfort: beds, electric heating, propane camp stove, small fridge, and all you need for food preparation.

Available at the Rivière-aux-Bluets campground in the Saint-Daniel sector and at the Baie-Sauvage campground in the Southern sector. Intimate wooded sites. Well-being and comfort guaranteed!

Saint-Daniel sector

Ten traditional ready-to-camp sites are available at Camping Rivière-aux-Bluets. The services offered 9 km from the camping area include watercraft equipment rental, a shop, a mini convenience store, a children’s playground, a picnic area, an supervised sandy shore and access to a network of walking and cycling paths nearby. Accessible by car (9 km from the Visiors Centre) and by bike (8 km from the Visiors Centre).

Southern sector

Eight traditional ready-to-camp sites are available at Camping Baie Sauvage. A few steps from your campsite, you will find l’Escale, the meeting place for guided expedition departures, where you will find watercraft rental services, the Boutique Nature shop and a mini convenience store, a children’s playground, a picnic area, an unsupervised sandy shore and access to a network of walking and cycling paths nearby. Accessible by car (12 km from the Visiors Centre) and by bike (6.5 km from the Visiors Centre).

Cabin

In the Southern sector, amid the great outdoors, are 7 comfy cabins in a world all to yourself. The cabins can each sleep 2 to 12 people, and they are all located by the water’s edge with a view of the lake. A canoe and a rowboat for short outings are included.

Nature cabin

Bélisle Nature Cabin is located in a private and wooded area right by Lac des Îles. This comfortable and fully equipped cabin is accessible by car and sleeps 4 people. A canoe and a row boat are provided for exploring the lake. An invitation to take off!

Rustic shelter

Located on the edge of Lac des Ours, La Tanière rustic shelter is ideal for nature lovers seeking a comfortable rustic stay. The shelter can accommodate two people and features beautiful natural lighting and a wharf with a canoe for nautical outings. Amenities: wood stove, 2 single beds, no running water, and an outdoor pit toilet. Bring tableware and everything you need for food preparation and lighting.