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Camping Mont Tremblant: 6 Places to Sleep Under the Stars

Quebec’s mountain regions, lakes, forests, and rivers make it an ideal place to go camping. No matter what type of camper or RV owner you are. Camping Mont Tremblant is among the top choices for outdoor enthusiasts. The Laurentian mountain range hugs the area, with hundreds of lakes, ponds, and rivers. There are beautiful flora and fauna, too, in the Laurentians region.

Camping near Mont Tremblant can book quickly, so it is best to plan ahead. In fact, now is already the perfect time to start planning camping at Mont Tremblant next year.

Busbud is a Montreal-based company and a good resource for finding transportation to Mont Tremblant if you don’t have a car to get around Quebec.

6 Mont Tremblant Camping Sites Worth Booking

View from Mont-Tremblant - Jamshed Khedri Unsplash

Parc national de Mont Tremblant/Camping at Mont Tremblant National Park

The best camping in Mont Tremblant is in Parc National du Mont Tremblant. Operated by Sépaq, the Mont Tremblant National Park has several camping sectors, with campsites 7 to 25 km from the main entrance.

Pitch a tent and camp the old-fashioned way, or book Étoile ready-to-camp, yurts, huts or cabins. Canoe camping is also available. Tent camping rates range from 20.45 CAD to 81 CAD per night, depending on the services you book.

A basic site has a picnic table, fire pit, and a dry toilet nearby. Full-service campsites have a picnic table, fire pit, electricity, water, and sometimes sewer. Instead of a dry toilet, there is a washroom nearby.

The daily rate for the park entrance is 9.55 CAD.

Iroquois Falls Campground/Camping Chutes-aux-Iroquois

The Iroquois Falls Campground opens from mid-May to October 1st each year. They have traditional camping sites, as well as small and big cabins.

Traditional campsites range in price from 40 CAD to 67 CAD, depending on the services. When camping in Mont Tremblant, the campground extras can make all the difference.

Iroquois Falls Campground has a heated pool, walking trails, a trampoline, and sports. Indoor activities include board games and table tennis. There’s also a sandy beach next to Rivière Rouge, relax or do some fishing. Canoes and kayaks are available for hire.

Mont Tremblant camping in the Laurentians - Aerial view - Guy Tsror Unsplash

What to Do in Mont Tremblant, Laurentians?

Wondering what to do during the day when you’re in Mont Tremblant? Here are some of the top activities you’ll want to add to your itinerary:

– Head out for an adventurous buggy ride

– See the Laurentians in all their splendour during a breathtaking helicopter ride

– Hit the water for a rafting outing on the Rouge river, or try the kayaking alternative and even SUP

– Set yourself free on Mont Tremblant’s zipline adventure course

– Go for a walk along the Sentier des cimes panoramic tower

– Try your hand at some rock climbing

Camping Boreal in Mont Tremblant

Camping Boreal has been welcoming campers for over 40 years. The campground surrounds a small lake, Lac Jolicoeur, which has a small sandy beach. There are towering trees, a convenience store, and a heated pool, too.

Campsites range from 45 CAD to 54 CAD per night. Drinking water is included on all campsites. Mont Tremblant RV camping pull-through is 62 CAD per night and includes electricity, sewer, and drinking water.

It’s a fun camping destination, with lively events from time to time. Plus, it’s close to Parc National de Mont Tremblant.

Camping de la Diable

This campground is tucked along the bends of Rivière de Diable (Devil’s River), a short distance from Mont Tremblant resort. Camping de la Diable has over 300 campsites and four playgrounds.

There are plenty of activities to keep the whole family busy. Play pickleball, fish, float on the river or rent a canoe. The indoor activities include table hockey, ping pong, and a library. There is also a convenience store and WIFI.

Campsites range from 52 CAD to 88 CAD per night, depending on the services. If you want a unique experience, book a site on Gilligan’s Island, which includes a canoe rental (to get to the island).

Mont Tremblant lake canoe-camping - Clemen Falize Unsplash

Camping l’Escapade

Located in Arundel, Quebec (not to be confused with the snowy kingdom in Frozen), Camping l’Escapade is 11 minutes south of Mont Tremblant. This a no-frills campground. They have sites for pitching a tent, as well as pull-throughs for RVs and trailers.

There is a small lake, fishing, and plenty of space to unwind and relax. The reviews here are quite good, and for rates, send a quote request on their website.

This place is old school, which is delightful when you want to disconnect.

Parc de la Conception

West of Mont Tremblant, hugging Rivière Rouge, is Parc de la Conception. It’s one of the most popular Mont Tremblant RV camping sites.

They have ready-to-camp tents, and rustic cabins, too. The campground is secure, and they have laundry facilities (bring change for the machines). Activities include pétanque, beach volleyball, hiking and air hockey.

There is a heated pool and canoes and kayaks are available for rent. It’s fun and secluded, surrounded by nature.

Camping in Mont Tremblant is a great way to disconnect and relax. Read in the shade, barbecue or have picnics of Quebec terroir, make new friends, climb the mountain, visit the surrounding village and count the stars all in the same day!

Camping Mont Tremblant in the Laurentians - Tommy Lisbin - Unsplash

Keep up the exploration of Quebec province with these suggestions:

What to Do in the Laurentians and How to Organize Your Trip

Looking for things to do in the Laurentians during your visit? Here are some must-try activities:

Preparing For Your Trip

When I look for things to do in my destination, I always have a look at Viator, GetYourGuide, Manawa, Civitatis and sometimes even Expedia.

It’s first off a great way to find out what there is to do, but always a quick and easy method to book cheaply and efficiently with these renowned platforms.

Need a place to sleep? I find most of my accommodations on Booking.com but I also use Hotels.com for their rewards program (11th free night) as well as Expedia. When booking smaller places in Quebec, you might not find them here and need to contact them directly.

Looking for a cheap flight to the Laurentians through Montreal? Have a look on Cheapoair or Skyscanner I use regularly.

Once you’re there, rent a car to roam free with AutoEurope or RentalCars or hop on a bus around Montreal, Quebec and surrounding cities with Busbud.

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About Author

Passionate about travel and food, Jennifer Doré Dallas is a freelance travel writer, author and creator since 2010. On top of this amazing Chasing Poutine blog, she also founded Moi, mes souliers in 2010 and she is the author/co-author of around two dozen Lonely Planet, Ulysse and Parfum d'encre travel guidebooks, in addition to having contributed to other books and hundreds of tourism and Web platforms, magazines, DMOs and Websites over the years. As a lecturer in Web writing and SEO for a Quebec college and consultant for various companies and DMOs, she loves combining technological advances with the classic beauty of words, and is a member of TMAC, SATW, NATJA and IFTWTA!

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