Accommodations — Summer

Camping
Camping

Summer camping season: from May 13 to October 9, 2016
Reservations accepted starting on February 15, 2016

Find your happy place! This summer, extend your adventures in Gatineau Park by staying overnight. Choose from over 300 campsites or book one of our popular ready-to-camp units. Make your camping stay a memorable one with outdoor activities – just minutes from downtown Ottawa-Gatineau.

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Individual Campsites (Tents and Recreational Vehicles)

The Philippe Lake sector has close to 250 camping sites, including 82 for tents only, 15 exclusive to recreational vehicles, and about 25 walk-in sites. At the more rustic Taylor Lake sector, there are 30 sites for tents only.

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Rates*

  • $39

*Per night. Beach access and taxes included.

Philippe Lake Sector

  • Fire pit and picnic table at each site
  • Source of drinking water nearby
  • Outhouses and washrooms nearby
  • Parking for 1 vehicle at each site (except at walk-in access sites, parking is nearby)
  • No services

Taylor Lake Sector

  • Fire pit and picnic table at each site
  • Outhouse nearby
  • Source of drinking water at the entrance of the sector
  • Parking for 1 vehicle at each site (except walk-in access sites, parking is nearby)
  • No services

Canoe-Camping

Located in the northeastern part of the Park, La Pêche Lake sector has 32 canoe-camping sites located in 12 different areas around the lake. The travelling time required to reach a campsite varies from 30 to 90 minutes.

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Rates*

  • $39

*Per night. Beach access, firewood and taxes included. Boat rental not included.

La Pêche Lake Sector

  • Fire pit and picnic table at each site
  • Firewood provided (free)
  • Hangers for food and garbage
  • Outhouse nearby
  • Parking for 1 vehicle at La Pêche Lake beach
  • You must bring your own water. The campsites have no nearby source of drinking water.
  • No services

Group Camping

Gatineau Park has four group sites that can accommodate between 25 and 75 people. The ideal camping option for youth summer camps, community organizations, social clubs and family reunions!

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Rates*

  • $130 (non-profit organizations
  • $260 (regular rate)

*Per night. Beach access and taxes included.

Philippe Lake Sector (3 sites)

  • Fire pit and picnic tables at each site
  • Source of drinking water available nearby
  • Outhouses and washrooms nearby
  • Day shelter nearby
  • Parking for some vehicles at each site
  • No services

La Pêche Lake Sector (1 site)

  • Fire pit and picnic tables on site
  • Firewood provided (free)
  • Outhouse on site
  • Parking for some vehicles on site
  • No water nearby, must provide your own
  • No services

Ready-to-Camp

Four-Season Tents

Featuring a prospector tent-style design, the V-roof tents offer a unique outdoors experience with some basic amenities. Located in the heart of Philippe Lake Campground, the four units can accommodate up to four people each. Sites nos. 254, 255, 257 and 258.

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Rates*

  • $87 (in May, from Sunday to Thursday)
  • $115 (in May, Friday, Saturday and statutory holidays)
  • $97 (June to October, from Sunday to Thursday)
  • $130 (June to October, Friday, Saturday and statutory holidays)

*Per night. Beach access and taxes included.

Equipment provided in the four-season tents

  • Beds and mattresses (1 double mattress, 2 single mattresses)
  • Table, chairs, bench
  • Kettle, spatula, spoons, can opener, ladles, stockpots, pan
  • Wood stove
  • Propane refrigerator
  • Outdoor barbecue
  • Fire pit and picnic table
  • Outhouse nearby
  • Washrooms and showers nearby
  • Water nearby
  • No electricity
  • Parking for 1 vehicle on site

What to bring

  • Personal items: warm clothing, sleeping bags, blankets, pillows
  • Food for the length of your stay
  • Water container
  • Plates, cups, cutlery
  • Flashlights, candles, matches
  • Bag for your garbage (pack-in pack-out)

Yurts

Our popular yurts are a circular structure with a cone-shaped roof, set on a wooden platform. Charming yet rustic, the four units are located at Philippe and Taylor Lakes, and can accommodate up to 6 people each.

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Rates*

  • $105 (in May, from Sunday to Thursday)
  • $140 (in May, Friday, Saturday and statutory holidays)
  • $116 (June to October, from Sunday to Thursday)
  • $155 (June to October, Friday, Saturday and statutory holidays)

*Per night. Beach access and taxes included.

Equipment provided in the yurts

  • Two bunk beds and two pullout beds (six single mattresses)
  • Table, chairs, bench
  • Kettle, spatula, spoons, can opener, ladles, stockpots, pan
  • Wood stove
  • Propane refrigerator (except the Woodsia yurt)
  • Outdoor barbecue
  • Fire pit and picnic table
  • Outhouse on site
  • Washrooms and showers nearby
  • Water nearby
  • No electricity
  • Parking for 1 vehicle on site
  • The Wanakiwin yurt is universally accessible

What to bring

  • Personal items: warm clothing, sleeping bags, blankets, pillows
  • Food for the length of your stay
  • Water container
  • Plates, cups, cutlery
  • Flashlights, candles, matches
  • Bag for your garbage (pack-in pack-out)

Cabins at Philippe Lake

Two charming cabins available in the Philippe Lake sector can accommodate between 6 and 10 people. Their rustic camp look and secluded settings make them the ideal getaway for those looking for a unique experience in the great outdoors.

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The Pines Cabin (6 people)

Rates*

  • $105 (in May, from Sunday to Thursday)
  • $125 (in May, Friday, Saturday and statutory holidays)
  • $120 (June to October, from Sunday to Thursday)
  • $160 (June to October, Friday, Saturday and statutory holidays)

*Per night. Beach access and taxes included.

The Philippe Cabin (10 people)

Rates*

  • $122 (in May, from Sunday to Thursday)
  • $150 (in May, Friday, Saturday and statutory holidays)
  • $138 (June to October, from Sunday to Thursday)
  • $185 (June to October, Friday, Saturday and statutory holidays)

Equipment provided in the Philippe Lake cabins

  • Bunk beds
  • Table, chairs, bench
  • Wood stove
  • Kettle, spatula, spoons, can opener, ladles, stockpots, pan
  • Propane stove and refrigerator
  • Fire pit and picnic table
  • Outhouse on site
  • Washrooms and showers nearby
  • Water nearby
  • No electricity
  • Parking for 1 vehicle on site

What to bring

  • Personal items: warm clothing, sleeping bags, blankets, pillows
  • Food and water for the length of your stay
  • Plates, cups, cutlery
  • Water container
  • Flashlights, candles, matches
  • Bag for your garbage (pack-in pack-out)

Brown Lake Cabin

Partially powered by solar energy, Brown Lake Cabin is the largest cabin in the Park and can accommodate 17 people. It is located at the northeast end of the Park, near the village of Wakefield, and is accessed via a 2.5-kilometre trail.

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Rates*

  • $178 (in May, from Sunday to Thursday)
  • $230 (in May, Friday, Saturday and statutory holidays)
  • $195 (June to October, from Sunday to Thursday)
  • $260 (June to October, Friday, Saturday and statutory holidays)

*Per night. Beach access and taxes included.

Equipment provided in the Brown Lake cabin

  • Bunk beds
  • Table, chairs benches and sofas
  • Wood stove
  • Electric stove and refrigerator
  • Electric lights (no outlets)
  • Kettle, spatula, spoons, can opener, ladles, stockpots, pan
  • Fire pit and picnic tables
  • Outhouse on site
  • No water nearby
  • Parking located at 2.5 km from cabin

What to bring

  • Personal items: warm clothing, sleeping bags, blankets, pillows
  • Water and food for the length of your stay
  • Plates, cups, cutlery
  • Water container
  • Flashlights, candles, matches
  • Bag for your garbage (pack-in pack-out)

Inn


The Wakefield Mill

Looking for the perfect place for a luxurious getaway? The Wakefield Mill is an enchanting inn, located in the heart of Wakefield village, in the northeast corner of Gatineau Park.

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60 Mill Road
Wakefield, Quebec
Canada, J0X 3G0

Reservations and Policies

By telephone at 1-866-560-6133 (toll-free)
At the campground:
Philippe Lake: 300, chemin du lac Philippe, Sainte-Cécile-de-Masham (Québec) J0X 2W0
La Pêche Lake: Chemin Sincennes, Sainte-Cécile-de-Masham (Québec) J0X 2W0

*All prices include beach access and taxes. Reservation and change fees are non-refundable ($11.50). Read Gatineau Park camping reservation policies about changes, cancellations, refunds and late arrivals.

From June 17 to September 4, Friday and Saturday nights must be reserved together.

Engaging in outdoor activities involves certain risks. Be informed about safety measures and exercise caution at all times. Read complete rules.

Pets are not permitted in campgrounds, beaches and picnic areas.

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