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Bursting with light and magnificent views during the day and boasting starry skies and a cozy atmosphere at night, a winter retreat at La Mauricie National Park is sure to please!

Snowshoes standing in the snow in front of an oTENTik

Treat yourself to a nature experience without forgoing comfort in one of the 13 oTENTiks at the Rivière-à-la-Pêche campground.

Use the sleds provided to bring your luggage from the parking lot to your tent and explore the cross-country ski and snowshoe trails.

Friendly tip: Although firewood is provided, use it sparingly... The slow-burning stove can quickly turn your oTENTik into a real sauna!

Domaine Wabenaki-Andrew
Two snowshoers in front of the Wabenaki-Andrew cottage

Whether it’s with your partner, family or friends Domaine Wabenaki-Andrew is the perfect place to enjoy winter.

With a fully equipped kitchen, large living room with fireplace, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing trails nearby and an unobstructed view of Lac à la Pêche, you’ll fall under its charm, guaranteed!

Winter camping

Winter camping is suspended until further notice.

A woman holding skis smiles in front of her tent

Want to pitch your tent in the snow at La Mauricie National Park? Here are your options:

Rivière-à-la-Pêche campground

Only tents are allowed in winter. You will have access to an outhouse and kitchen shelter with wood stove.

The Rivière à la Pêche Service Centre is also nearby.

Backcountry camping

Winter camping is available at some of the canoe-camping sites near cross-country ski trails. Outhouses are usually available nearby, and you can always warm up for a few minutes at rest stops.

Regardless of which option you choose, registration is required.You can register in-person at the Saint-Jean-des-Piles toll kiosk, the Rivière à la Pêche Service Centre or in advance by calling 1 888 773-8888.