Gatineau Park camping offers basic amenities to its campers, creating the perfect experience to immerse yourself in the nature. All sites are unserviced (no water, no electricity and no sewer hookups). There is, however, drinking water and comfort stations on the campground, depending on the sector.

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

Swimmers at Breton Beach in Philippe Lake.

Philippe Lake sector

The largest camping sector in Gatineau Park with a family atmosphere, located 3 kilometres from the registration kiosk. It features a variety of camp sites and ready-to-camp units. It is has the most amenities, and is the closest to the three beaches.

Services include comfort stations (flush toilets and free showers) and laundry facilities, three supervised beaches, including one exclusive to campers, a playground, a camp store, mountain bike rentals, canoe and kayak rentals, non-motorized boat launch and a dumping station.

Person sitting on a chair at their campsite in the Taylor Lake sector.

Taylor Lake sector

Quiet area on a lakeshore, with a semi-wilderness ambiance, located 5 kilometres from the registration kiosk. This sector hosts wooded sites for tents and two yurts.

Amenities include dry toilets, and a water tap a the entrance of the sector.

Renaud Lake sector

Small, quiet loop, located 2.6 kilometres from the registration kiosk. This rustic sector features a mix of sunny camp sites, ready-to-camp units and group sites.

Amenities include dry toilets and water taps.

La Pêche Lake area.

La Pêche Lake sector

Vast lake dedicated to canoe-camping, located at the north-western part of the Park.

Amenities at the boat launch area include a beach, washrooms and changerooms, and canoe and kayak rentals.