What should I bring with me?
To help prepare for your stay, a detailed list of what is provided, and what you should bring, will be emailed with your reservation confirmation.
Mainly, food and bedding. Visit our Food packing tips page.
Can you walk to the treehouses or are they only accessible by canoe?
All treehouses are accessible by foot. You can get between 10 and 200 m from the treehouses by canoe, which is also an option to transport your gear.
Are there bathrooms in the treehouses?
No, but dry toilets are located near each cabin. Full bathrooms with showers are available at the Reception – Pavillion building.
Is there electricity in the treehouses?
No, but you can rent a power pack at the reception and use it for basic small items (laptops, and gadgets…but it won’t power a blender).
Is there a fridge in the treehouses?
No, but each treehouse is equipped with a 60 L cooler. Ice is available at the reception – pavillion building.
Is there running water in the treehouses?
No, but there is sink and water containers with spouts, use lake water to wash dishes etc.. We rent water purifying pens to sterilize lake water into very pure drinking water.
Are canoe rentals included in the price of the treehouses?
Canoes are also available to transport bags to cabin (an 8-minutes paddle), and must be returned to the main dock by 10 a.m. the next morning.
To rent canoes, see our FAQ section about boat rental.
Are dogs allowed?
Yes! Dogs are welcome in the treehouses and on the site on a leash.
Is there a place to buy food there?
The closest grocery store is 25 minutes from the Parc Eco. There is a small but well stocked depanneur at Park entrance (summertime only). For great light, easy to pack and delicious ideas visit this Quebec company: www.happyyak.ca, and our Pinterest site.
You can rent canoes, kayaks, pedal boats and rabaskas (12 passenger canoes) to paddle on Lake Cordon. Please note that the Park does not allow any personal boats or canoes. This is to stop the spread of invasive plant species which can seriously harm our lakes.
Please note that row-boats are only rented for fishing.
Advance reservations are recommended for high season. Contact the Park directly to reserve. 1-866-326-9072
Are there biking trails?
Not directly in the Park with the exception of Parc Eco gravel road (shared with cars and pedestrians), or on the linear parc ”Le P’tit’ Train du Nord”, approximately 20 minutes from Les Refuges Perchés.
Fishing, how does it work ?
You can fish on 3 different lakes in the park. You must have your fishing permit (for sale at Canadian Tire).
Fishing is only permitted from a canoe or a park rented row-boat. 2016 rental prices: row-boat: 30$ for 4h / 50$ for 1 day, canoe: 25$ for 3h / 40$ for 1 day.
Park daily quotas: Speckled trout: 7 / Bass: 5
Worms are sold at the park’s convenience store.
Spots are limited. Advance reservations are recommended for high season. Contact the park directly to reserve. 1-866-326-9072
How are the cabins equipped?
Please consult our Treehouse Packing and Preparation list page.