Find your happy place

Summer camping reservations accepted starting on February 15. Reduced rates on weekday stays in a ready-to-camp unit. Book early for a better choice of dates and sites.

Summer camping and accommodations

For those who enjoy hiking, biking, canoeing and swimming, Gatineau Park’s vast trail network and sparkling lakes provide all you need for a relaxing stay, whether you prefer a site close to services and beaches, or a rustic waterfront site on a peaceful lake.

  • 260 campsites for tents, trailers and motorhomes at Philippe, Renaud and Taylor lakes
  • 33 sites for canoe camping at La Pêche lake
  • 4 sites for group camping
  • 11 ready-to-camp units (yurts, four-season tents and cabins), equipped with beds, wood stove and cooking surface
  • Campground amenities include comfort stations, laundry facilities, dry toilets, water taps, convenience store, beaches, boat rental. Services vary by sector.
Unserviced campsite
$35.60 per night
Group campsite
$234.80 per night
Ready-to-camp unit
From $90.00 per night


Parking for one vehicle and beach access included. Taxes excluded.

Summer season runs from May 10 to October 14, 2019 
Reservations start on February 15, 2019 at 9 am.

Winter camping and accommodations

Gatineau Park overnight accommodations are very popular with skiers and snowshoers who enjoy the Park’s vast trail network. Ready-to-camp units and winter campsites are located just a few kilometres from the parking lots.

  • 12 ready-to-camp units (yurts, four-season tents and cabins), equipped with beds, wood stove and cooking surface
  • 5 sites for individual winter camping
  • 2 sites for group winter camping
  • Firewood provided
  • Snowshoe rentals available
  • Water and baggage delivery service available
Winter campsite

$15.60 per night, per person
Group campsite

$120.90 per night
Ready-to-camp unit

from $94.80 per night


Taxes and trail access excluded.

Plan your visit #

Summer season runs from May 10 to October 14, 2019
Reservations accepted starting on February 15, 2019 at 9 am.

Winter season runs from November 15, 2018 to April 15, 2019
Reservations accepted starting on November 1, 2018 at 9 am.

Reservations are required: 1-866-560-6133 or online.

Between June 14 and September 2, 2019, Friday and Saturday nights must be reserved together.

The reservation fee is $11.50 (non-refundable). Tax on lodging is 3.5 percent per night (ready-to-camp units only).

Changes

Reservations may be changed up to 48 hours prior to scheduled arrival ($11.50 fee). The type of accommodation may not be changed once the reservation is paid for. To change the type of accommodation (campsite, ready-to-camp unit, group site or canoe-camping site), the original reservation must be cancelled and a new reservation must be made. Cancellation fees and reservation fees will apply.

Cancellations and refunds

If the cancellation is made within seven days of scheduled arrival, refunds will not be issued for any cancellation or shortened stay, including, but not limited to, the following situations:

  • Adverse weather conditions
  • Non-recommended trails
  • Beach closure
  • Late arrival
  • Early departure

If the cancellation made at least eight days prior to scheduled arrival, refunds will be issued for any cancellation or shortened stay, except for the following:

  • Previously changed reservations
  • A reservation during the following periods
    • Christmas and New Year’s Day: December 21, 2018 to January 1, 2019
    • Quebec school break: March 1 to March 9, 2019
    • Ontario school break: March 8 to March 16, 2019
    • St. Jean Baptiste Day: June 21, 22 and 23, 2019
    • Canada Day: June 28, 29 and 30, 2019
    • Ontario Civic Holiday: August 2, 3 and 4, 2019
    • Labour Day: August 30 to September 1, 2019

Summer camping
May 10 to October 14, 2019

Campsite (unserviced) $35.60/night 
Canoe-camping (firewood included) $35.60/night 
Group campsite (non-profit) $117.40/night
Group campsite $234.80/night

Winter camping
November 15, 2018 to April 15, 2019

Individual (minimum 2 people) $15.60/pers./night 
Groupe (maximum 25 people ) $120.90/night

Ready-to-camp units / Roofed accommodations *

Four-season tents (254, 255, 257, 258)

May 10 - June 13 
Sunday to Thursday: $90.00/night
Friday, Saturday and statutory holiday weekends: $120.00/night

June 14 - October 13
Sunday to Thursday: $101.00/night
Friday, Saturday and statutory holiday weekends: $135.00/night

November 15 - April 15
Sunday to Thursday: $100.80/night
Friday, Saturday and statutory holiday weekends: $121.70/night 

Yurts (Wanakiwin, Woodsia, Ohomisi, Taylor)

May 10 - June 13 
Sunday to Thursday: $109.00/night
Friday, Saturday and statutory holiday weekends: $146.00/night

June 14 - October 13
Sunday to Thursday: $121.00/night
Friday, Saturday and statutory holiday weekends: $161.00/night

November 15 - April 15
Sunday to Thursday: $117.40/night
Friday, Saturday and statutory holiday weekends: $153.90/night 

Brown Lake Cabin

May 10 - June 13 
Sunday to Thursday: $185.00/night
Friday, Saturday and statutory holiday weekends: $239.00/night

June 14 - October 13
Sunday to Thursday: $203.00/night
Friday, Saturday and statutory holiday weekends: $270.00/night

November 15 - April 15
Sunday to Thursday: $199.10/night
Friday, Saturday and statutory holiday weekends: $399.20/night

Philippe Cabin

May 10 - June 13 
Sunday to Thursday: $127.00/night
Friday, Saturday and statutory holiday weekends: $156.00/night

June 14 - October 13
Sunday to Thursday: $143.00/night
Friday, Saturday and statutory holiday weekends: $192.00/night

November 15 - April 15
Sunday to Thursday: $207.80/night
Friday, Saturday and statutory holiday weekends: $253.90/night

The Pines Cabin

May 10 - June 13 
Sunday to Thursday: $109.00/night
Friday, Saturday and statutory holiday weekends: $130.00/night

June 14 - October 13
Sunday to Thursday: $125.00/night
Friday, Saturday and statutory holiday weekends: $166.00/night

November 15 - April 15
Sunday to Thursday: $125.20/night
Friday, Saturday and statutory holiday weekends: $160.90/night

Lusk Lake Cabin

May 10 - June 13 
N/A

June 14 - October 13
N/A

November 14 - April 14
Sunday to Thursday: $94.80/night
Friday, Saturday and statutory holiday weekends: $113.00/night

Some exceptions apply. Reservation fees ($11.50) not included. Beach access included in the summer. Trail access not included in the winter. 
*Tax on lodging (3.5% per night) not included.

For more details about a specific site, check the site information provided in the reservation system. 

Philippe Lake Sector: The largest camping sector in Gatineau Park with a family atmosphere, located 3 kilometres from the registration kiosk, and close to services, amenities and beaches.

  • 206 campsites, wooded and semi-wooded
    • 78 for tents only (25 sites with walk-in access)
    • 111 for tents, tent trailers and trailers
    • 17 for motorized recreational vehicles (21-foot and larger)
  • Each campsite includes
    • Fire pit with grill
    • Picnic table
    • No services at the site (electricity, water or sewers)
    • Parking for one vehicle at the site or nearby
  • Dry toilets, comfort stations with laundry and drinking water taps nearby

Renaud Lake Sector: Small, quiet loop, located 2.6 kilometres from the registration kiosk.
  • 23 campsites, semi-wooded
    • For tents and tent trailers
  • 3 campsites for large groups of 25 to 75 people
  • Each campsite includes 
    • Fire pit with grill
    • Picnic table
    • No services at the site (electricity, water or sewers)
    • Parking for one vehicle at the site
  • Dry toilets and drinking water taps nearby

Taylor Lake Sector: Quiet area on a lakeshore, with a rustic ambiance, located 5 kilometres from the registration kiosk.

  • 31 campsites, wooded and semi-wooded
    • For tents only
  • Each campsite includes
    • Fire pit with grill
    • Picnic table
    • No services at the site (electricity, water or sewers)
    • Parking for one vehicle at the site or nearby
  • Dry toilets and drinking water taps nearby
For more details about a specific site, check the site information provided in the reservation system.
La Pêche Lake Sector: The beauty and tranquility of this vast lake with its many bays will captivate you. Located at the northwest end of the Park, the La Pêche Lake sector has 33 canoe-camping sites distributed in 12 locations around the lake. It takes between 30 and 90 minutes to paddle to a site from the boat launch at the beach. You can also rent a canoe for your stay.
  • 33 campsites
    • For tents only
  • 1 large campsite for groups up to 25 people
  • Each campsite includes
    • Fire pit with grill
    • Picnic table
    • Firewood provided
    • Hangers for food and garbage
    • No services at the site (electricity, water or sewers)
    • Parking for one vehicle (at La Pêche Lake beach)
  • Dry toilets nearby
  • You must bring your own water

For more details about a specific site, check the site information provided in the reservation system.  

Four-Season Tents

Featuring a prospector tent-style design, the V-roof tents offer a unique outdoors experience with some basic amenities.

Sites 254, 255, 257 and 258 (Philippe Lake sector).


Capacity: 4 guests

  • Bunk beds (one double mattress and two single mattresses)
  • Tables, chairs, benches
  • Cooking items (kettle, spatula and spoons, can opener, ladles, stockpots and pans)
  • Wood stove
  • Gas refrigerator (summer only)
  • Barbecue with propane burner
  • Fire pit with grill and picnic table
  • Firewood provided in winter
  • Dry toilet at the site or nearby
  • Drinking water and comfort stations nearby (summer only)
  • No services at the site (electricity, water or sewers)
  • Parking in summer: at the site (1 vehicle)
  • Parking in winter: at P19 (3.6 km ski, 4 km snowshoes)
What to bring in a four-season tent
  • Personal articles: sleeping bags, blankets, pillows, warm clothing, etc.
  • Food for the length of your stay
  • Plates, cups, cutlery, dish cloth and soap
  • Drinking water (winter only)
  • Flashlights, candles, matches
  • Bag for your garbage

Yurts

Our popular yurts are a circular structure with a cone-shaped roof and skylight, set on a wooden platform.


Wanakiwin* and Woodsia (Philippe Lake sector)
Ohomisi and Taylor (Taylor Lake sector)
Capacity: 6 guests

  • Bunk beds and mattresses
  • Tables, chairs, benches
  • Cooking items (kettle, spatula and spoons, can opener, ladles, stockpots and pans)
  • Wood stove
  • Gas refrigerator (summer only, except Woodsia)
  • Barbecue with propane burner
  • Fire pit with grill and picnic table
  • Firewood provided in winter
  • Dry toilet at the site
  • Drinking water and comfort stations nearby (summer only)
  • No services at the site (electricity, water or sewers)
  • Parking in summer: at the site (1 vehicle)
  • Parking in winter: at P19
    • Wanakiwin (3.4 km ski, 3.8 km snowshoe)
    • Woodsia (3.6 km ski, 4 km snowshoe)
    • Ohomisi (5 km ski, 5 km snowshoe)
    • Taylor (5.7 km ski)

*Wanakiwin yurt is universally accessible.

What to bring in a yurt

  • Personal articles: sleeping bags, blankets, pillows, warm clothing, etc.
  • Food for the length of your stay
  • Plates, cups, cutlery, dish cloth and soap
  • Drinking water (winter only)
  • Flashlights, candles, matches
  • Bag for your purchase

Cabins

Located large private sites, these wooden structures are the ideal getaway for those looking for a unique experience in the great outdoors.

Lusk* (Philippe Lake sector, 6 guests, available in winter only)
The Pines (Philippe Lake sector, 6 guests)
Philippe (Philippe Lake sector, 10 guests)
Brown** (Wakefield sector, 17 guests)

  • Bunk beds and mattresses
  • Tables, chairs, benches
  • cooking items (kettle, spatula and spoons, can opener, ladles, stockpots and pans)
  • Wood stove
  • Gas stove and refrigerator (varies by cabin)
  • Fire pit with grill and picnic table
  • Firewood provided in winter
  • Dry toilet at the site
  • Drinking water and comfort stations nearby (summer only, except Brown)
  • No services at the site (electricity, water or sewers)
  • Parking in summer: at the site (1 vehicle)
  • Parking in winter: at P19
    • Lusk (5.6 km ski)
    • Des Pins (2.7 km ski, 3.9 km snowshoe)
    • Philippe (3 km ski, 3.2 km snowshoe)
    • Brown (3 km ski, 1.8 km snowshoe and snow bike)

*Lusk Cabin is used as a day shelter for all trail users from 10 am to 4 pm. Winter only.
** Brown Cabin is partially powered by solar energy: it is equipped with a gas refrigerator and stove, lights, but no electrical outlets.

What to bring in a cabin

  • Personal articles: sleeping bags, blankets, pillows, warm clothing, etc.
  • Food for the length of your stay
  • Plates, cups, cutlery, dish cloth and soap
  • Drinking water (winter only)
  • Flashlights, candles, matches
  • Bag for your garbage

Summer

Philippe Lake sector

  • Comfort stations (flush toilets and free showers) and laundry facilities
  • Three supervised beaches, including one exclusive to campers
  • Playground
  • Camp store
  • Mountain bike, canoe and kayak rentals
  • Dumping station
  • Nature interpretation programs

La Pêche Lake sector (at the beach)

  • One supervised beach
  • Washrooms and changerooms
  • Canoe and kayak rental
  • Non-motorized boat launch

Winter

Snowshoe rentals

Available at the Visitor Centre

Water and baggage delivery service (winter)

Philippe Lake sector

Water (18L), purchase only: $20
Water (18L), purchase and delivery at your ready-to-camp unit: $43
Baggage delivery at your ready-to-camp unit: $58/way

Brown Lake Cabin

Water (18L), purchase only: $20
Water (18L), purchase and delivery at your ready-to-camp unit: Not available*
Baggage delivery at your ready-to-camp unit: $150 /way
*Only available with baggage delivery. Delivery does not include the cost of the water bottle

Camping and group camping at Philippe Lake

Check-in
1:30 pm to 9:30 pm
In consideration of other campers, latecomers will not be allowed access to their campsite after 9:30 pm.

Check-out
11 am. Late check-out fees may apply.

Canoe-camping at La Pêche Lake

Check-in
May 10 to June 13, 2019
Friday: 1:30 pm to 8 pm
Saturday, Sunday and Monday, May 20: 1:30 pm to 6 pm
June 14 to September 1
1:30 pm to 8 pm
September 2 to October 13
Friday: 1:30 pm to 7 pm
Saturday, Sunday and Monday, September 2: 1:30 pm to 6 pm

Note: It takes from 30 to 90 minutes to paddle to a campsite from the boat launch at the beach.

Check-out
11 am. Late check-out fees may apply.

Ready-to-camp units

Check-in
3 pm to 9:30 pm

Check-out
11 am. Late check-out fees may apply.

Late check-in

If you are late, please inform the Park at 819-827-2020 (option 3, Demsis). Reservations for two or more days will be held until 4 pm on the second day. After 4 pm, your reservation will be deemed a no-show, your reservation will be cancelled, and your payment will be forfeited. Park management has the right to re-assign your campsite to another visitor.

Alcohol:
It is prohibited to possess or consume alcohol in any area other than your own campsite.

Smoking:
Smoking is prohibited in the ready-to-camp units and within 9 meters from a door of any building.

Number of people:
For overnight stays in the winter, a minimum of two people is required, and at least one person must be over 18 years of age.

Vehicles:
Camping fee includes access for a limited number of vehicles (depending on the type of accommodation). Any other vehicle must park at the entrance of the campground, where fees may apply.

Animals:
Pets are not permitted in Gatineau Park campgrounds. However, assistance animals are permitted, except on cross-country ski trails.

Wildlife:
Feeding wild animals (raccoons, squirrels, bears, waterfowl, etc.) is strictly prohibited. Quiet hours: Quiet hours are between 10 pm and 7 am. Please be considerate of your neighbours, and avoid making excessive noise at all times.

Speed limit:
The campground speed limit is 20 km/h.

Campfires:
Campfires are permitted in designated areas only. Note that for safety reasons, the Minister can ban open fires without notice.

Firewood:
Cutting trees or collecting wood from the forest is strictly prohibited. Campers are also prohibited from bringing their own firewood to the site, as firewood can often be infested with insects and disease. Firewood brought from outside the Park will be confiscated. Firewood may be purchased at the Philippe Lake camp store and at the La Pêche Lake boat rental office during opening hours.

Sport fishing:
Fishing is permitted, except at beaches, subject to Quebec legislation for Zone 10.

Garbage:
Users must pack out all of their garbage. Waste containers and recycling bins are located in the parking lots and at the campground comfort stations.

Cleanliness:
At all times, users are responsible for ensuring that the premises and equipment provided are kept clean and tidy. Ready-to-camp units that are not left in clean condition will be cleaned at the users’ expense.

Campers and visitors are expected to know and comply with all Gatineau Park rules and regulations during their stay.

Engaging in outdoor activities involves certain risks. Be informed about safety measures, and exercise caution at all times.

The Wakefield Mill

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