Coronavirus (COVID-19) impacts

New reservations for Forillon National Park are open. Not all services or facilities are open, so please see details below before you reserve.

As of June 22, the following camping services will be added :

  • the sites of loops A and C of the Des-Rosiers campsite
  • the campsites in backcountry camping

As of June 26, the following camping services will be added :

  • the sites of loops A, D and E of the Petit-Gaspé campsite (campers in loop A will have access to the service buildings in loops D and E)

What camping services and facilities won’t be available on June 22?

  • fixed roof accommodation: oTENTik, MicrOcube and Ôasis
  • Cap-Bon-Ami campsites and the service building
  • sites and the service building of loop B of the Des-Rosiers campsite
  • loop B and C sites of the Petit-Gaspé campsite
  • service building of loops A and C of the Petit-Gaspé campsite
  • lean-to shelter in the backcountry camping

Important: the water at Des-Rosiers campground is currently non drinkable. Please plan your visit accordingly.

Visit the Forillon National Covid-19 page for updates on park facilities and services

Tent

Campsites are located along the Les Crêtes and Les Lacs trails. These sites include basic amenities, such as dry toilets and picnic tables.

Open-air wood fires are prohibited in all areas of the backcountry.

 

Lean-to shelter

Je flotte à droite | Floating right
Lean-to shelter

2 Lean-to shelters with three walls make it possible to camp without bringing any tent. Both shelters can accommodate four people and are located along the Les Crêtes and Les Lacs trails.

Open-air wood fires are prohibited in all areas of the backcountry. 

Camp safely