Camping Parc national de la Jacques-Cartier Les Alluvions


103, chemin du Parc-National
Sortie #182 - Chemin du Parc-National - Route 175
QC, G3C 2T5

You can now lay back and watch the stars at one of the park's primitive or serviced campsites. Two campgrounds (Alluvions and Bétulaie) offer services: electricity, water and showers. The primitive campgrounds ensure maximum peace and quiet, because they are accessible on foot (from 100 m / 330 feet to 2.5 km / 1.5 miles) or by canoe. Don't have your own equipment? You can rent a Huttopia tent at the park. Everything is ready — all that's missing is you! Winter camping also available from mid-December to mid-March.

Good to Know:
The park is open year-round. Summer camping possible from mid-May to mid-October. Winter camping possible from mid-December to mid-March.

Electric Vehicle Charging Station:

Free Outdoor on Site

CITQ Number: 206205

Number of Turn-Key Camping: 33
Closing Date: October 31
Number of Campsites: 177
Number of Campsites - 0 Service: 76
Number of Campsites - 1 Service: 78
Number of Campsites - 2 Services: 23
Opening Date: May 1

Convenience Store
Dumping Station
Free WI-FI Internet

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103, chemin du Parc-National
Sortie #182 - Chemin du Parc-National - Route 175
Stoneham-et-Tewkesbury, QC,
G3C 2T5
Camping Parc national de la Jacques-Cartier Les Alluvions

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