Winter accomodation

La Mauricie National Park

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!

oTENTik
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

On the edge of Lac à la Pêche, discover two historic buildings. Stay in Le Chalet Wabenaki or La Maison Andrew which both used to be part of the Laurentian Club, the prestigious hunting and fishing club that used to be frequented by illustrious Americans, including the Kennedy family. Available for rent next spring. Details to come.

Winter camping
A woman holding skis smiles in front of her tent

Want to pitch your tent in the snow at La Mauricie National Park? Registration is mandatory for winter campgrounds and can only be made on site at the Rivière-à-la-Pêche Service Centre. Here are your options:

Rivière-à-la-Pêche campground

  • C Loop

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.

Campgrounds accessible by cross-country skiing

  • Isaïe 1
  • Lac-à-la-Pêche 1 and 2
  • Lac Marie 1
  • Lac Édouard 5

For backcountry camping, registration is mandatory by sending an email to : lamauricie@pc.gc.ca.

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