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Parc régional du Massif du Sud

Saint-Philémon • Bellechasse
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Parc régional du Massif du Sud

In a few words

To make sure you enjoy your outdoor experience, the Massif du Sud Regional Park offers you a variety of accomodation options to spend a confortable night in the forest. For the nature-lover looking for a good dose of comfort and an original type of accomodation, our yurt, boreal tents and Passerelles cabin are the best pick. Furnished with mattresses, cookware and a propane stove, these lodgings will impress you with their design. Our 4 wood cabins, 2 of which have a mezzanine, are the choice of visitors in search of a warm and cozy place to spend the night in the wilderness. Finally, for the more adventurous, our shelters and prospector tents represent an economical alternative to our other types of accomodation, with more confort than camping. Whatever your choice, our team will do everything to make your stay memorable!


Boreal tents: $79.00-$99.00
Yurt: $79.00-$99.00
Passerelles cabin: $79.00-$99.00
Méandres cabin: $69.00-$89.00
Cascades cabin: $69.00-$89.00
Base Camp: $19.00 per person
Milieu cabin: $49.00-$59.00
Tentes Prospecteur: $49.00-$59.00
Portes-de-l'Enfer shelter: $29.00$

Taxes not included.

Our crushes

  • Glamping in blissful quietness

    Fully-equipped boreal tents, yurts & wood cabins available.

  • Wonderful autumn colors!

    Come enjoy this yearly dazzling display of forest colors.

  • Family fitness trail

    Take on the 15 challenges of our exciting fitness trail!

  • Ski to the summits!

    Climb 917-m Mt. St.Magloire on our cross-country ski trails.

  • Swim in crystal-clear rivers

    During summer, cool down in our crystal-clear river basins.

  • Wild camping

    35 well-spaced campsites located in forested areas.

This place also offers : Park, Campground, Hiking, Snowshoeing, Cross-country skiing, Mountain Bike and Fatbike


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Recommended by Jean François Préfontaine, from Parc régional du Massif du Sud