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Camping du Randonneur (Parc régional des Appalaches)

Sainte-Lucie-de-Beauregard • Montmagny and the islands
Camping du Randonneur
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Parc des Appalaches

Contact details

105, street Principale
Sainte-Lucie-de-Beauregard Québec, G0R 3L0
List of itineraries

418 223-3423
1 877 827-3423

info@parcappalaches.com

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Description

  • Number of suites : 12

  • Percentage of shaded areas : 80

  • Wireless Internet Access

  • Pets

Our crushes (5)

  • The Sugar Loaf Mountain

    Beautiful hiking with a panoramic view at the top!

  • Bogs on bikes!

    A 12km biking circuit in a beautiful bog!

  • Centre plein air Lac Carré

    A magnificent lake with aquatic trampoline!

  • Cedars falls trail

    A family trails leading to a leveled waterfall.

  • The Noire Nord-Ouest river

    A river accessible to the family in canoes of kayaks.

In a few words

The Camping du Randonneur offers 17 wooded sites, where privacy and tranquility are a priority. Five ready-to-camp tents with electricity included are available to rent. Located near the hiking trails, the campsite is perfect for you to discover the natural beauties abounding in the environment. A sanitary block is available to campers in addition to other amenities such as wood for campfires, camping items, and tourist information. Dogs on a leash are allowed on the campsite and in all sectors of the park.

For Real!

For more than 20 years, I have been working with a passionate team to develop this magnificent territory dedicated to the outdoors, with the well-being of visitors and their canine friends at heart!

Stéphanie Charland, Camping du Randonneur (Parc régional des Appalaches)

Certifications et distinctions

    • Grand Prix Régional - 2009
    • Grand Prix Régional - 2014

    Articles (13)

    Articles

    Active Nature [HIDDEN TREASURES] Le Parc des Appalaches... The Perfect Family Getaway!

    The Parc des Appalaches is a real goldmine for nature and outdoor enthusiasts, with an impressive network of hiking trails. impressive network of hiking trails (140 km!). Here you'll find lakes, rivers, mountains with magnificent mountain vistas, arched footbridges and a variety of accommodations to suit the style of escape. If I had to choose just one word, it would be... WOW! Luckily, we've been there to tell you more. Here are 5 treasures to discover or rediscover.

    Active Nature Canoeing through Parc des Appalaches

    Discovering the Parc des Appalaches from a completely different angle is possible by doing a canoeing excursion on the Rivière Noire Nord-Ouest. Follow Gérard and Roxanne through this adventure, accompanied by their husky Jack!

    Active Nature Women travelers from Quebec and the discovery of Chaudière-Appalaches with their dog

    Quand on m’a suggéré de passer un week-end en amoureux pour découvrir la région de Chaudière-Appalaches et cela avec mon chien Benji, j’ai tout de suite dit un gros OUI ! Premièrement, parce que c’était mon premier week-end en amoureux depuis que nous avions agrandi la famille en accueillant notre petit garçon en juillet 2021, mais aussi parce qu’un peu de repos ne fait jamais de tort à de nouveaux parents. En plus, notre vrai premier fils, Benji, notre caniche royal débordant d’énergie, ne dit jamais non à un week-end plein air dans Chaudière-Appalaches.

    Active Nature A full season in a refuge at Parc des Appalaches!

    The experience of life in a refuge, many do it for a weekend, a few days, and we decided to live it for a season, that is this winter! During these few months, the refuge des Pins located in the Parc des Appalaches has become our home. A time to get rid of the superfluous, to get together and experience a life in the heart of nature.

    En vedette A wintry weekend in Chaudière-Appalaches with The Storytellers MTL

    While the city energizes us, nature stimulates our inspiration and allows us to recharge our batteries. This is why we often feel the need to land there and venture there. So we jumped at the chance to discover the Chaudière-Appalaches under its white coat, for a rejuvenating stay in the middle of the mountains. Here are some of our favorites for a winter getaway weekend in the Montmagny sector.

    Active Nature - En vedette Les Voyageuses du Québec and the pleasures of winter in the Parc des Appalaches

    Every time I go to the Parc des Appalaches, I always come back relaxed and satisfied to have been able to practice my favorite winter sports in such a majestic environment. During my last visit as part of a collaboration with the web magazine Les voyageuses du Québec, I had so many good times in cross-country skiing and fatbike, that I almost forgot the -30 degrees I felt. . Almost !

    Active Nature - En vedette The Parc des Appalaches, from one mountain to another!

    Adeptes de randonnée en toutes saisons, l’hiver on chausse nos raquettes pour profiter pleinement de la multitude de sentiers qu’offre le Parc des Appalaches. C’est en effet pour nous LA place de rêve pour pratiquer au milieu d'un espace naturel à l’état brut. C’est un parc naturel habité certes, mais chacun de ses secteurs sont de véritables espaces sauvages très diversifiés. Et en plus, ils sont tous ouverts aux pitous !

    Active Nature - En vedette Unparalleled complicity by snowscooting!

    We don't know you, but since childhood we have often dreamed of putting ourselves in the shoes of a musher ... And then three dogs including two huskies have entered our lives. We moved to Quebec. And this winter, we spend the white season in a cabin in the middle of the famous Parc des Appalaches. In short, all the conditions are present to practice snowscooting almost daily ... What a dream!

    Active Nature Sugar Loaf Mountain or Talon Lake

    In the fall, during the season of colors, when you come hiking in the Parc des Appalaches, the show begins as soon as you drive. The roads are adorned with such warm colors that we are already in the mood even before starting our hike.