Eastern Townships Camping Destinations: Embrace the Great Outdoors

There are quite a few Eastern Townships camping options to book, as it’s a large region. Camping among mountains and lush vegetation, near lakes or in the forest. There are sites with swimming pools and water slides, beaches, and trees as far as the eye can see. In other words, there is something for everyone when it comes to camping in the Eastern Townships.

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Here are 7 Fantastic Eastern Townships Camping Sites

Parc régional du Mont-Ham

Mont-Ham is one of the most sought-after Eastern Townships camping experiences. Mont-Ham is 713 metres above sea level, with stunning views of Quebec. Each year from May to October you can camp on the summit of Mont-Ham. The cost is 40 CAD per person and includes a guide and firewood.

This is a biological refuge and there is a leave-no-trace policy, so pack responsibly, and remember that you will be carrying your gear with you.

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LAÖ Cabines

Just east of Racine is trendy and beautiful Eastern Townships camping. LAÖ Cabines is a family-owned property with camping for tents and those living their best #vanlife, as well as gorgeous minimalist cabins.

Sustainability is paramount here, and the reception area features only locally sourced products. Activities include hiking, fat biking, and cross-country skiing. After a long day of exploring, soak in the pond or swim spa.

Campsites for tents are available, as well as sites for camper vans, RVs, and converted buses. The price per night is 35 CAD to 38 CAD per night. The glamping chalets are small, minimalist, and stunning. The price per night ranges from 95 CAD to 190 CAD per night.

Camping Vacances Bromont

Close to Ski Bromont, Camping Vacances Bromont is an incredible family camping destination in Quebec. There are multiple heated pools to enjoy, as well as water slides, and a splash pad for younger children.

In winter, guests can enjoy cross-country skiing, fat biking, tubing, and snowshoeing. The Nordic spa and cinema are open year-round.

Traditional campsites are perfect for tents, tent campers, and caravans. They are available with up to three services, from 30 CAD to 83 CAD per night. The all-season chalets are quite nice, with full kitchens, a queen bed and three single beds. Chalets are 149 CAD to 249 CAD per night.

Camping du Lac-Lyster

Camp among maple trees and the melodic sounds of white-breasted nuthatches at Camping du Lac-Lyster. It’s close to Mount Pinnacle, which is popular with rock climbers and avid hikers.

There is a crêperie onsite, and kayaks and paddleboards are available for rent. For a panoramic view of the campgrounds and beyond, hike to the top of Mount Seguin (accessible from the campgrounds).

Campsites and small cottages are spread throughout the campground’s 60 acres. Options include traditional sites, prospector-style tents, and tiny cabins with private toilets. Prices for traditional sites range from 38 CAD to 58 CAD per night. Ready-to-camp and cottages are 115 CAD to 185 CAD per night.

Camping Mont Experience Hereford

Tucked into the foot of Mont Hereford is Camping Mont Experience Hereford. The mountain has a vast network of hiking trails. Many of the trails are great for cross-country skiing in winter. Wildlife watching is a must, but if you’re on the mountain in October or November wear bright colours as it’s hunting season.

Traditional campsites are without services and can be used for tents or campervans. Ready-to-Camp pods are the glamping option here and are 160 CAD per night.

Camping Lac Magog

Camping Lac Magog is situated between Magog and Sherbrooke. It’s a lovely spot for camping Eastern Townships in summer and autumn. Rent paddleboards and pontoons, enjoy the snuggle up on the beach for beautiful sunsets, swim in the saltwater pool, and play pétanque. There is plenty to do. It’s a great camping option for families.

Campsites are available with no services, two services or three services, and range from 34.50 CAD to 57 CAD per night. The ready-to-camp accommodations include prospect-style tents, boxy cabins, tents in trees, and fully equipped trailers.

Camping Car - in Eastern Townships
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La Vallée du Mont Élan

About 20 minutes from Sherbrooke is La Vallée du Mont-Élan. Surrounded by forest and perched between a couple of mountains, there are 76 acres of nature to enjoy. It’s a great place for hiking, biking, and snowshoeing. There is a heated pool and an artificial lake. If hiking is not your thing, no worries, there is yoga. The hammocks are perfect after a busy day or for relaxing and reading a book.

Campsites can accommodate tents or camper vans up to 21 feet. Rustic camping is 40 CAD per night, and camping with services is 50 CAD per night. There are also eight cabins available.

Camping in Eastern Townships is a great way to enjoy warm summer days, or snowy winter nights if you’re an outdoor enthusiast. Whichever style of camping you enjoy, remember to leave no trace of your stay when it’s time to go home.

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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 but I also use 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 Eastern Townships 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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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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