Update: June 12, 2022

Frequently asked questions

Yes. Dogs, on a leash at all times, are accepted. A compostable bag will be given to you at the reception desk to collect your animal’s feces. You then may deposit the bag in a compost bin provided for this purpose.

Yes and no. Reservation is only required for groups of 10 or more, by phone from 8 a.m. on Monday morning of the same week (maximum 5 days in advance). It must be for a minimum of 2 nights.

For solo campers, couples, families or groups of 9 or less there is no need for reservation. First come, first served.

Yes. It is possible for all solo campers or groups of less than 10.
Only groups of 10 or more must book for a minimum of two nights.

The campsite is accessible from 1 p.m. on the day of your arrival. You may access a site from 8 a.m., if it is available.

Yes. The river is accessible through several trails. It runs a few meters from the grounds. However, swimming is unsupervised, and will always be at your own risk.

Yes and no. Campfires or cooking fires are only allowed in areas set up for this purpose (for campers only) and must be extinguished before bedtime. At all times, fires must be kept under the supervision of a responsible person. During very dry weather, fires may be prohibited on the recommendation of SOPFEU.

Absolutely not. Transportation of firewood from one region to another, from one type of environment to another, is an important vector of diseases that affect all forests.