As of June 1, La Mauricie National Park began a gradual
reopening of some outdoor areas, facilities and services. Please check our website regularly for the current status of this location and others.
As of June 1, La Mauricie National Park began a gradual reopening of some outdoor areas, facilities and services. Please check our website regularly for the current status of this location and others.
Canoe-camping, the ultimate challenge for nature lovers, is available from mid-May to mid-October. Sites are accessible by canoe.
You would like to enjoy a fishing experience? From June 19 to August 9, some sites are exclusively offered with a daily fishing permits and fishing rights.
- On sites with fireplace: $25.04 per night, for two people (including firewood)
- On sites without fireplace: $15.70 per night, for two people
- On sites with fishing experience: $35.65 per night, for two adults who may be accompanied by up to two children less than 16 years of age
- On sites with fishing experience: $44.64 per night, for two adults who may be accompanied by up to two children less than 16 years of age
- From May 14 to October 12, 2020
All canoe-camping sites can be reserved using the Parks Canada Reservation Service. This service has all the information you need concerning reservation procedures and refund policy.Start of reservations: January 15, 2020, from 8 am
Telephone: 1-877-737-3783 (1-877-RESERVE) from 8 am to 6 pm
Telephone (Outside of North America): 1-519-826-5391
La Mauricie National Park has three boat rental offices where you can rent boats for your stay.
Canoe campsites are available on lakes Anticagamac, à la Pêche, Cobb Bay, baie des Onze-îles, Caribou, des Cinq, Dauphinais, Édouard, Isaïe, Marie, Waber and Wapizagonke. Wood fires are permitted only at certain lakes, in the fireplaces provided for this purpose. Each site is equipped with a maximum of four tent platforms, which are quite spread out, as well as a picnic table, a dry toilet and a bear-proof food hanger.
Equipment to bring
Canoe-campers must see to bringing whatever other supplies and equipment are required for their entire length of stay. The following is a non-exhaustive list of things to bring:
- Sleeping bag, blankets and ground sheet
- Canoe, paddles and life jacket
- Food, drink and container for water
- Dishware, cookset
- Rope for hanging food
- Matches or lighter
- Insect repellent
In addition to the national park’s general rules, canoe-campers must follow a few additional rules:
- The holder of an activity permit and the members of his/her group must comply with the activities, duration and places specified on the permit as well as with park regulations. In addition, they must have this permit on them when travelling throughout the park.
- The following schedule must be complied with:
- Arrival time on site: After 3 pm
- Check-out time: by 11 am
- Quiet hours from 11 pm to 7 am
- Subject to fine and/or expulsion, it is forbidden to:
- behave in a way that disturbs others (partying, etc.);
- keep one’s site in a condition deemed unsatisfactory by the park superintendant.
- Canoe-camping is permitted only on designated sites.
- No pets are allowed in boats or in the backcountry.
- Motorboats are prohibited on all park lakes.
- It is forbidden to light or maintain a fire anywhere except in fireplaces. It is forbidden to use dead wood or wood taken from the forest to light or maintain a fire.
- You must collect your garbage and leave it in the receptacles designed for that purpose.