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Tourist Regions

Select your destination from one of the tourist regions of Quebec.
  1. Abitibi-Témiscamingue
  2. Baie-James / Eeyou Istchee
  3. Bas-Saint-Laurent
  4. Eastern Townships
  5. Centre-du-Québec
  6. Charlevoix
  7. Chaudière-Appalaches
  8. Duplessis (Côte-Nord)
  9. Gaspésie
  10. Îles-de-la-Madeleine
  11. Lanaudière
  12. Laurentians
  13. Laval
  14. Manicouagan (Côte-Nord)
  15. Mauricie
  16. Montérégie
  17. Montréal
  18. Outaouais
  19. Québec City Area
  20. Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean

Abitibi-Témiscamingue

Abitibi-Témiscamingue
Did you know that camping is the perfect way to escape your daily cares and get closer to nature? With its provincial park, its majestic rivers and vast expanses, the Abitibi-Témiscamingue region lets campers enjoy adventures in the heart of nature.

Camping in Abitibi-Témiscamingue

Abitibi-Témiscamingue

Baie-James/Eeyou Istchee

Baie-James
Did you know that fishing is one of the most popular activities with Quebec campers? And you can go fishing near all the campgrounds in the James Bay region. In fact you can cast a line at plenty of campgrounds here and they even provide places for cleaning your catch! 


Camping in Baie-James/Eeyou Itschee

Baie-James

Bas-Saint-Laurent

Bas-Saint-Laurent
Did you know that many of the campgrounds in the Lower St. Lawrence region are located right in villages and small towns? Camping is a great way to learn about regional specialties and encourage local businesses.


Camping in Bas-Saint-Laurent

Bas-Saint-Laurent

Eastern Townships

Canton-de-L'est
Did you know that over 80% of campgrounds in the Eastern Townships let campers bring pets along? The Eastern Townships has the most campgrounds with dog runs. Remember that it’s very important to ask about the campground’s animal policies when making your reservations, though, since some restrictions and fees may apply. 

Camping in Eastern Townships

Canton-de-L'est

Centre-du-Québec

Centre du Québec
Did you know that there are now turnkey campsites available? You can rent a tent, an RV, a cabin or even a yurt or tepee, fully equipped and permanently installed on its site. It’s perfect for people looking for a certain degree of comfort but who don’t want to buy and lug along all the equipment. Over half of all campgrounds in the Centre-du-Québec region offer this option!

Camping in Centre-du-Québec
Centre du Québec

Charlevoix

Charlevoix
Did you know that nearly half of all Quebeckers over age 15 enjoy hiking? Whether they’re young or old, beginners or experienced, they’ll find something they like in the campgrounds of the Charlevoix region. More than half of them are located close to well-marked and maintained trails.

Camping in Charlevoix

Charlevoix

Chaudière-Appalaches

Chaudière-Apapalaches
Did you know that many campgrounds in the Chaudière-Appalaches region are renowned for their family atmosphere? Lots of them are actually complete vacation destinations, with a wide range of activities and services for the whole family.

Camping in Chaudière-Appalaches

Chaudière-Apapalaches

Duplessis (Côte-Nord)

Duplessis
Did you know that camping in the Duplessis region lets you get off the beaten track and appreciate some truly majestic landscapes? Hunting and fishing enthusiasts will be delighted, along with nature lovers and adventurous souls.

Camping in Duplessis

Duplessis

Gaspésie

Gaspésie
Did you know that the Gaspé peninsula is the region with the most campgrounds in Quebec? Whether you’re thinking of staying for several days or just spending one night on your way to somewhere else, campers seeking peace and quiet and breathtaking landscapes are sure to find what they’re looking for.

Camping in Gaspésie

Gaspésie

Îles-de-la-Madeleine

Îles de la Madeleine
Did you know that the Magdalen Islands offer all kinds of activities and attractions, from superb beaches to water sports, museums, festivals, art galleries and horseback riding? What’s more, you can feast on the different seasonal seafood dishes while enjoying your camping holiday!

Camping in Îles-de-la-Madeleine

Îles de la Madeleine

Lanaudière

Lanaudière
Did you know that more and more people are renting a campsite for the whole season? The Lanaudière region is very popular with seasonal campers, because it’s so close to Montréal. It just makes sense! What could be better after a day at work than to relax with your family around a nice campfire?

Camping in Lanaudière

Lanaudière

Laurentians

Laurentides
Did you know that the Laurentians region has a huge variety of campgrounds? There’s something for everyone, ranging from rustic settings for tents only to campgrounds suited to large RVs over 35 feet.

Camping in Laurentians

Laurentides

Laval

Laval
Located north of Montreal, almost all of Laval is situated on Île Jésus, surrounded by two rivers: the Milles-Îles river and the Prairies river.

Camping near Laval

Laval

Manicouagan (Cônte-Nord)

Manicouagan
Did you know that you can see whales right from your campsite in certain campgrounds in the Manicouagan region? Ask at the campground reception about reserving a whale-watching tour. Lots of campgrounds offer this service or can refer you to local cruise operators.

Camping in Manicouagan

Manicouagan

Mauricie

Mauricie
Did you know that almost all the campgrounds in the Mauricie region are located near a lake or river? Many of them rent watercraft, too. Take advantage of your camping holiday to rediscover the pleasures of canoeing or kayaking or just getting out in a paddle-boat!

Camping in Mauricie

Mauricie

Montérégie

Montérégie
Did you know that in Quebec, campgrounds are rated on a scale of 0 to 5 stars? The campground classification program is based on the quality of facilities and the range of additional services offered. Montérégie is the region with the most 5-star campgrounds!

Camping in Montérégie

Montérégie

Montréal

Montreal
Located in the province's south-west on the St. Lawrence River near Ontario, Montreal is Quebec's second-largest region. It is Canada second largest city, after Toronto.

Camping near Montréal

Montreal

Outaouais

Outaouais

Did you know that over 500 Quebec campgrounds take part in the promotions for campers created by Camping Québec, including low-season discounts and 2-night weekends for $50 plus taxes? (20 participating Camping Québec member campgrounds in Outaouais!) You can find details on these promotions and participating campgrounds in the Quebec Campground Guide and at www.campingquebec.com. Great bargains you won't want to miss! 

Camping in Outaouais

Outaouais

Québec City and Area

Québec
Did you know that you can explore magnificent Québec City while camping? There are campgrounds nearby or even right in the heart of the city, offering a great variety of experiences depending on their location. While nature lovers and those seeking wide-open spaces will appreciate the woods and rivers around the heights of Portneuf and the Jacques-Cartier river valley, more-cerebral types will be charmed by the panoramic views of the St. Lawrence and the historical heritage of the Côte-de-Beaupré, the Chemin du Roy and the Île d’Orléans. No matter which you choose, you’ll always be close to the attractions, events and fine dining that Quebec’s capital is known for. 

Camping in Québec City and Area

Québec

Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean

Saguenay-Lac-St-Jean
Did you know that most campgrounds in the Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean region are located right near the famous Route Verte or the Véloroute des bleuets? Almost one-third of them have “Bienvenue cyclistes!”TM certification from Vélo Québec, guaranteeing sites available for cycling campers with no reservations necessary and sheltered locations where you can eat in bad weather.

Camping in Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean

Saguenay-Lac-St-Jean

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