A well-equipped winter retreat offering an unforgettable weekend!
Our two shelters are located in a wooded and private area, near the campground’s reception desk (showers, toilets). Shelter rental includes: mini refrigerator, electric double burner, electric fireplace, outdoor BBQ (propane included), dishes for 4 people (plates, utensils, glasses), pots, pans, kettle, spatula, opener. You must bring your bed linen (sheets, pillows, towels), soap and dishcloths. Water not available during winter season. Both spaces are accessible by car. Each site includes a picnic table, a campfire area, as well as free access to both snowshoeing trails, fatbike and skating rink activities. Pets are not permitted in the shelters. They must be kept on a leash at all times in the Park (including campground).
The campground’s reception desk is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. If your arrival is not scheduled within these hours, please mention this upon booking.
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Available prices are for 4 people per grounds. Additional charges per additional person will apply.
DURING WINTER SEASON, LODGING RESERVATIONS ARE ONLY POSSIBLE BY TELEPHONE AT 1 888 524-6743.
Buy firewood and ice bags when you making your reservation. Firewood and ice bags may be purchased online and are available in the campground entrance.
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