Frontcountry camping

Forillon National Park

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.

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

Description of campgrounds

Petit-Gaspé (South Area)

Comfort and calm in the forest.

  • 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)
  • 6 pull-through campsites (loop A)
  • Campground map [PDF, 533 Ko]

    Des-Rosiers (North Area)

    Cosy camping close to the sea.

  • Semi-wooded campground
  • Playground nearby
  • Dumping station at the campground entrance
  • 104 sites without electricity
  • 42 sites with electricity
  • Visitor Information and Discovery Centre nearby
  • Campground map [PDF, 478 Ko]

    Cap-Bon-Ami (North Area)

    At the foot of the cliff.

  • Tents only
  • Unwooded campground
  • Lookout and trail nearby
  • 38 sites without electricity
  • Campground map [PDF, 478 Ko]

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

    • Rules

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

      Important Notices

      • 100% of the sites are reservable. When there is availability, it is possible to take advantage of a site on a first-come, first-served basis.


      • 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!


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


      Generator may be used between 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. only.


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


      Pets are allowed in oTENTik units F-7 at Petit-Gaspé campground and B-101 at Des-Rosiers campground. All others accommodations do not accept pets.


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


      • 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.


      • 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 p.m.
      • Check-out time: By 11 a.m.
      • Curfew: From 11 p.m. to a.m.

      Failure to follow these rules could cause offense and cancellation of your stay.

      Thank you for your cooperation and enjoy your stay!

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