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 Petit-Gaspé campground is currently non drinkable. Please plan your visit accordingly.

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

oTENTik tents

oTENTik
An oTENTik at Des Rosiers Campground

Parks Canada’s oTENTik tents offer a unique combination of welcoming comfort and a hint of outdoor adventure. They’re ideal accommodations for families, friends and couples of all ages who want to discover the joys of camping but prefer the comfort of a bed and an already ready campsite.

Location:

Des-Rosiers Campground, North Area (Map, PDF 200 KB) 
Google StreetView

Petit-Gaspé oTENTik Campground, South Area (Map, PDF 284 KB)
Google Streetview

Number of tents:15

Equipment and facilities: Parks Canada oTENTik are equipped with a view to facilitating and simplifying the camping experience.

Inside the tent:

  • 1 table, 4 chairs and a bench
  • 3 beds
  • Lighting
  • Small furniture
  • Heating
  • USB hookups
  • Dishes and utensils
  • Small fridge
  • Side burner

On the site:

  • Fire pit for campfires
  • Camping stove
  • Picnic table
  • 2 Adirondak chairs

Nearby:

  • Service building (showers and toilets)
  • Water supply points
  • Parking space for a maximum of 2 vehicles

Equipment to bring: Campers must see to bringing whatever other supplies and equipment are required for their entire length of stay. 

  • Personal effects
  • Food
  • Sleeping bag, blankets and pillows

Cost: $122.64 per night

micrOcube

A glamourous way to camp

The micrOcube can accommodate two people. Its contemporary design, timber frame, and panoramic window give visitors a unique and comfortable experience in a natural environment. You can reserve yours now!

Location: site B-116,Des-Rosiers Campground (Map, PDF 450 KB), North Area  

Number of units: One, for up to two people.

Equipment and facilities: The micrOcube was designed for visitors who prefer solid structures, but still want to connect with nature while maintaining their privacy.

Inside the unit:

Inside the micrOcube
  • Double bed with waterproof mattress (54 in.)
  • Storage space under bed
  • Two small nightstands
  • Two USB ports for charging electronic devices (solar powered)
  • Indoor and outdoor lighting (solar powered)
  • Two patio chairs and small table
  • One lantern/USB charging station
  • Hooks

On the site:

  • Fire pit for campfires
  • Picnic table
  • Parking space for up to two vehicles.

Nearby:

  • Service building (showers and toilets)
  • Water supply points

Equipment to bring: Campers must see to bringing whatever other supplies and equipment are required for their entire length of stay. 

  • Food
  • Personal effects
  • Sleeping bag, blankets and pillows
  • Dishes
  • Cooler
  • Camping stove for outdoor cooking

Cost: $91.98 per night  

The Ôasis

Ôasis interior
Interior view of an Ôasis

This water droplet shaped accommodation allows everyone to be at the forefront of the most spectacular landscapes in Canada. A great opportunity to discover or rediscover the joys of camping at new heights. With a convertible table/bed on the main level and a suspended hammock loft above, the Ôasis can accommodate a couple or a family of 2 adults and up to 2 children.

Location: Des-Rosiers Campground (Map, PDF 450 KB), North Area  

Number of units: 5

Inside the unit:

  • Fold-up table which transforms into a bed.
  • Mezzanine (hammock loft) were two children can sleep 
  • Heating appliance

On the site:

  • Picnic table
  • Exterior fire pit
  • Parking space

Nearby:

  • Service building (showers and toilets)
  • Water supply points

Equipment to bring: Campers must see to bringing whatever other supplies and equipment are required for their entire length of stay. 

  • Food
  • Prsonal effects
  • Sleeping bag, blankets and pillows
  • Dishes
  • Cooler
  • Camping stove for outdoor cooking

Cost: $122.64 per night  


Rules

In addition to park regulations, here are some rules to follow for a safe and comfortable camping experience:

Safety precautions for children

  • It is recommended that children aged 5 years and under not sleep on the top beds.
  • The ladder should only to be used for climbing up or down.
  • It is recommended that nothing be hung from the beds (e.g. cords) to reduce the risk of strangulation.

Food

  • Cooking food is not permitted inside units, as cooking odours may attract wildlife.
  • Cook outdoors or in the kitchen shelter of the service building.
  • All food must be stored in your vehicle or in food storage lockers located in the service buildings. oTENTik ready-to-camp guests may use the fridge or container outside the tent.
  • Do not leave food unattended and throw your trash in the containers located at the service building.
  • For the 'basic service'' package : the camping stove must be stored in the container provided for this purpose outside the tent when not in use. Wait until the stove has cooled down before handling it!

Campfire

  • Fires are only allowed in park fire pits.
  • Firewood is sold in bundles. Gathering natural wood is not allowed (driftwood, deadwood, bark, etc.).

Alcohol: Please respect the curfew. 

Lighting: No open flames or gas or propane lanterns inside the units.

Pets

Pets are not allowed because they can be an important source of allergy for some visitors and they can damage rented equipment.

Smoking

  • Smoking is not allowed inside the units.
  • Smoke outside and do not dispose of your butts in nature.

Cleanliness

  • The equipment used must be cleaned and stored in the same condition as when you arrived.
  • If the unit is not left in a state of cleanliness, it will be cleaned at the customer’s expense.

Parking

  • Maximum number of vehicles per campsite: Two vehicles.
  • No additional camping units allowed with the micrOcube or oTENTik packages.

Key management: Leave the key on the table when you leave.

Check-in time: From 3 pm
Check-out time: By 11 am

Failure to follow these rules could cause offense and cancellation of your stay. Thank you for your cooperation and enjoy your stay!