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Parc national du Lac-Témiscouata

400, chemin de la Vieille Route
Squatec, (Quebec)
G0L 4H0

Telephone: 418 855-5508

parc.lac-temiscouata@sepaq.com 
http://www.parcsquebec.com/lactemiscouata 
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Description

Camping sector Squatec / Camping Anse-à-William

 

 There are 72 camping sites available, of which 53 have 2 services (water and electricity), 19 are without services (water and toilet block close by) and 9 are ready-to-camp tents. Located in a wooded area, they are close to hiking trails, Lake Témiscouata, a playground and the Discovery and Reception center. All sites are accessible by car.

Camping sector St-Juste / Camping Grand-lac-Touladi

This family oriented campground on the shores of Grand Lake Touladi has 66 campsites with or without services, and 3 canoe camp sites. There is a children's adventure trail, playground,  large shelter with mosquito netting, community fire pit with BBQ and sandy shore. Canoes, kayaks, pedalos and paddle surfboards to rent.

Sector Dégelis / Huttopia Village Des-Grand-Pins

This little village of 14 ready-to-camp tents, right next to Lake Témiscouata, has a large room which can be used by groups, an outdoor terrace with a view of the lake, a hiking trail, sandy shore and a playground. Canoes, kayaks, pedalos and paddle surfboards to rent.

Consult the English visitor's guide

https://www.sepaq.com/resources/docs/pq/tem/tem_guide_visiteur_en.pdf

 

Other information

Parc national du Lac-Témiscouata is a harmonious blend of water and woods and an essential stop on the Lands and Forests of Acadia circuit. This park protects a representative sample of the natural region of Monts Notre-Dame. Hiking, cycling, boating, and discovery activities are a great way for visitors to experience the spirit of this place and fully appreciate the scope of an area rich with 10,000 years of human history, all in an unspoiled natural setting. This park is nestled along the largest and most majestic lake in the region, Lac Témiscouata. Created by the power of glaciers, it invites calm and contemplation.