Frontcountry camping

Forillon National Park

Camping reservations

Outside of North America
   519 826-5391

Staying in an unspoiled park, soaking up the peace and quiet of nature, breathing in the salt air... All this is enjoyed by campers who use any of the park's 352 semi-serviced campsites.

Description of campgrounds

Petit-Gaspé (South Area)
  • Wooded campground
  • Swimming pool, playground
    and coin-operated laundry machines nearby
  • Talks at the amphitheatre
  • Dumping station at the campground entrance
  • Water outlets along the loops
  • 101 sites without electricity
  • 35 sites with electricity and 31 sites with water and electricity (15 and 30 amps)
  • There are six pull-through campsites in loop A of the Petit-Gaspé campground.
  • Campground map (PDF, 1,48 Mo) 

Des-Rosiers  (North Area) 
  • Semi-wooded campground
  • Playground nearby
  • Dumping station at the campground entrance
  • 104 sites without electricity
  • 42 sites with electricity
  • Campground map (PDF, 1,33 Mo) 
Cap-Bon-Ami (North Area)

Please note that the entrance fee is added for each day that is occupied.

Potable water

Sometimes the running water available at campsites is not potable. It is recommended that you arrive with your own supply.

Camping rules and regulations

  • Camping is forbidden outside of designated campgrounds.
  • Curfew hours: 11 p.m. to 7 a.m.
  • Maximum number of people per campsite: 7 people
  • Maximum number of vehicles per campsite: Two vehicles. Maximum of 1 camping unit (caravan/tent-trailer or motor home) and one regular vehicle.
  • Maximum number of camping units per campsite: 2 tents or 1 RV/caravan and 1 tent.
  • Campfire policy: Fires are only allowed in park fire pits. Firewood is sold in bundles. Gathering natural wood is not allowed (driftwood, deadwood, bark, etc.).
  • Alcohol policy: Please respect the curfew.
  • Generator policy: Generators may only be used from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
  • Pet policy: Pets must be on leash and under surveillance at all times.

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