Prêt à camper dans un parc protégé

Imaginez la vue depuis votre chalet dans les arbres, où les adultes peuvent se sentir à nouveau comme des enfants et où les rêves des enfants de dormir dans une cabane peuvent devenir réalité. Partez à l’aventure dans la forêt et l’air frais des Laurentides sans renoncer au confort de la maison.

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Offrant 20 espaces de vie douillets et bien équipés dans une zone protégée exclusive de l’arrière-pays (accessible uniquement à pied, hors gris), préparez-vous à une aventure amusante en pleine nature.

Un effort largement récompensé par une aventure qui allie l’essence du camping à l’attrait du glamping, promettant une expérience inégalée. Bienvenue dans un monde qui combine le camping et le glamping, mais qui est unique en son genre.

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Ian SilverwoodIan Silverwood
01:19 14 Nov 23
We went to one of the refuge during early November, when the temperature was around -2 to -4 degrees.The atmosphere of this place is awesome! It's super quiet, you almost feel like you are alone. The cabin was spacious and well kept. The slow burning wood stove was really cool, and they provide enough wood to be very warm inside.The staff is super friendly and they really make sure that you have everything you need. Most things, like wood, kindling, water, etc., they have 24/7 in case you run into an issue.The lake is beautiful, during winter and in the summer as well.All in all, I would highly recommend this place to anyone.
Kym PedicelliKym Pedicelli
16:55 09 Nov 23
Definitely for those adventurous types, wanting a rustic forest getaway, yet with all the important amenities and details provided, within the much welcome "Leave No Trace", neatly minimalist, nature-first, approach. The phenomenally conceived/constructed treetop cabins, each with its own uniqueness and aesthetic of whimsy are just mind blowing. And in this gorgeous location, within the ECO-Laurentides Park, with its environmental education foundations and infrastructure, pristine wilderness and kms of trails, it's an exemplary gem of how we can conserve pristine ecosystems while still enjoying them.
Xavier ChartrandXavier Chartrand
16:28 24 Oct 23
Excellent place. Very rustic and rudimentary, but for a getaway that wants to be quiet and without network, I highly recommend.They are equipped and have experience in this type of hospitality.
The places are magnificent. The view from the refuge of the lake and the mountains was magnificent. You still need to be in good shape to rent on the west bank, because the path that leads to the shelters is not always flat and you have to allow a good 20 minute walk to get there. The park in general is very quiet and access to dock #5 was really great for our 5 to 7 at sunset. That being said, it is impossible for me to give a 5 star because we did not find that the prices (quite high) were justified. In addition to the price for each night, expect to pay for absolutely everything extra: access to the park (per person, per day), wood not included (except in the cold season, but still, to make outdoor fires... ), the shelters are equipped with a battery system, but if you want light you have to pay extra to rent a power supply which runs out after a day, ice not provided for the cooler, propane extra , no garbage/recycling collection, everything must be brought back in the cart. Also, no toilet block on the west side, so only dry toilets (not always clean). We are used to backcountry camping and have no problem enjoying nature without amenities, and we also understand that this tranquility “you have to pay for”, but when you spend this amount, you expect a minimum of services , if only the battery pack included or a toilet block which does not involve 40 minutes of walking. All in all, the place is magnificent and we had a superb stay with friends. We also discovered a very beautiful park for hiking and canoeing/fishing. But I don't think we will rent shelters there again because of the prices which we find a little exaggerated.
kelly-ann sterlingkelly-ann sterling
15:54 13 Jul 23
This place is truly magical! It is like an Airbnb in the woods. These treehouses come fully equipped and the customer service received was next to none! It was phenomenal! Easy check in and check out and they have an honor system so you never have to run out of wood or ice, day or night. All you have to do is grab your wood and ice and record the # of your tree house on a piece of paper.Great hiking trail with a breathtaking view and the water is clean and clear. The lake is non motorized boats. But pets are allowed as long as they remain on a leash at all times.Each treehouse had its own unique look and feel with a porch underneath.
William Dias Jr.William Dias Jr.
20:08 11 Jul 23
Highly recommend! An adventure to remember. The houses have a unique and dreamy vibe and the setting is just incredible. Love to swim and fish in the lake. Would come back in a heartbeat.

Pendant l’été et l’automne, nous sommes adeptes de l’aventure et de la détente

Dans le parc, explorez 36 km de sentiers pour vos randonnées pédestres, et ne manquez pas notre promenade unique de 1 km traversant un lac avec vue sur les zones humides.

Baignez vous dans le lac à partir des quais réservés à nos hôtes. Ou partez pour quelques heures de tranquillité sur l’un des trois lacs pour pêcher la truite ou l’achigan.

Et si vous voulez tenter de nouvelles expériences dans la région de Mont-Tremblant, ne manquez pas les sensations fortes que procurent la tyrolienne, le rafting, la via ferrata, le VTT 4×4, etc. Le Centre d’Activités Tremblant offre 75 activités intérieures et extérieures différentes.

Notre engagement écologique : Petits pas, grand impact

Nous nous engageons en faveur du développement durable. Nous appliquons les principes « Leave No Trace », nous sommes neutres en carbone grâce à Planetair, et nous sommes certifiés éco-responsables par Les Pages Vertes.

Camping 4 saisons au bord du lac

L’hiver est propice à l’exploration des sentiers du Parc Éco des Laurentides en raquettes ou en skis de fond, et se termine par de chaleureux rassemblements autour d’un feu de camp. L’été, le lac devient un terrain de jeu : plongez dans ses eaux rafraîchissantes, maniez la canne à pêche avec les petits, dérivez en canot, planifiez des pique-niques ensoleillés ou profitez simplement de moments de détente.


Chalets dans les arbres à Mont-Tremblant