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Quebec glamping: What you need to know
Why Choose Glamping in Quebec?
When visiting Quebec you will find a province predominantly French-speaking and between the language and culture, you’ll feel immediately transported. Montréal and Québec City are the two major cities of the province, with a perfect blend of elegance and adventure.
A vacation in Quebec allows visitors to enjoy the ideal balance between sophistication and recreation while taking advantage of all that the area has to offer. Tour Quebec City’s colonial quarters, a metropolis dating back to 1608. Or hike Parc national de la Jacques-Cartierand go skiing at Mont-Tremblant. No matter what you want to do during your stay, you’ll never run out of places to visit here.
Top Things to Do in Quebec
When you go camping, Quebec reveals its many amazing outdoor adventures and places to visit.
One of the best ways to explore Quebec is national park camping. Two of the top Canadian national park destinations here are La Mauricie National Park and Parc Jacques-Cartier National Park.
Parc Jacques-Cartier National Park is only a short drive from Quebec City and takes around 30 minutes to reach. It is a true haven for the outdoor traveler, with its verdant green forests and rolling hills. What’s more, the park is also great as a year-round destination with much to do. From kayaking and canoeing to hiking and fishing, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing, you will find something here for the whole family.
La Mauricie National Park offers another great weekend getaway destination, from either Montreal or Quebec. Here in the St. Lawrence River Valley, surrounded by the Laurentian Mountains, visitors can find endless trails for hiking. There are also plenty of lakes for canoeing and swimming. You will discover a place brimming with endless adventure and lots to do for all here.
A popular winter destination is Mont Tremblant, a top skiing spot in Quebec. Sitting at 875 meters (2871 feet), Mont Tremblant covers 305 hectares (755 acres) and is home to 102 ski trails for all ages and abilities.
With so much outdoor space in Quebec, you will find adventure at every twist and turn when visiting here.
When is the Best Time to Visit Quebec?
In Quebec, summers are mild and wet, while winters can get quite cold with lots of snow.
Winter temperatures drop as low as 6°F (-14°C) and as high as 20°F (-6°C). While summers tend to stay between 60°F to 80°F (15°- 26°C).
Whether you stay in a yurt, tree house, or cabin getaway, you’ll find your vacation rental fully equipped for all seasons and temperatures!
Can you go winter glamping in Quebec?
Many of our glamping types are equipped with heating and plenty of home comforts. This provides the ideal place to stay for those seeking a winter break in Quebec. Head out into the cold and adventure in the mountains, before heading back to your comfortable accommodation afterward.
Is there yurt camping in Quebec?
For those seeking a unique getaway, you will find some excellent yurt glamping in Quebec. This provides visitors with an ideal place to stay, perfect for those hoping to immerse themselves in the neverending natural beauty here.