Camping Stoneham

Campgrounds


Less than 20 km (12 miles) from parc de la Jacques-Cartier, along the highway towards Chicoutimi, you will find one of the best-tended campgrounds in the Greater Québec Area, nestled in a valley in the Laurentian Mountains. The services we offer to make your stay enjoyable include a convenience store, large common room, outdoor games (horseshoes, petanque, volleyball and miniature golf), swimming pool and pond. Choose from among our 259 camping spots, either with or without amenities, for a worry-free vacation. Open from mid-May to mid-September.

Access for Mobility Impaired People:
Partial

Hotel Rating:

CITQ Number: 198505

Closing Date: September 11
Number of Campsites: 322
Number of Campsites - 0 Service: 113
Number of Campsites - 1 Service: 26
Number of Campsites - 2 Services: 59
Number of Campsites - 3 Services: 124
Opening Date: May 6

Available Unavailable
Convenience Store
Dumping Station
Free WI-FI Internet
Laundry
Outdoor Pool
Pet-Friendly
Showers
Snack-Bar
Toilets
71, chemin Saint-Edmond
Stoneham-et-Tewkesbury, QC,
G3C 2M2
Camping Stoneham

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