Where are our camps

For our upcoming season, our camps will take place in the Mont-Tremblant National Park (located in the Laurentians)  and the Mont-Orford National Park (located in the Eastern Townships).


For our school outing and our made-to-measure camp we can offer them in the following national parks:

Mont-Mégantic National Park (located in the Eastern Townships), the Mont-Saint-Bruno National Park (located in the Montérégie), the Yamaska National Park (located in the Eastern Townships), the Îles-de-Boucherville National Park (located on the South Shore of Montreal), the Frontenac National Park (located in the Eastern Townships), the Plaisance National Park (located in the Outaouais region) and the Oka National Park (minutes from the Montreal metropolitan region). With their beaches, hiking trails, and hidden gems, these nine natural treasures enable us to offer you an infinite number of activities enriched by the imagination of the faunik ADVENTURE team. Dare to follow us!

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Mont-Mégantic National Park

Discovery and Visitors Centre
Observatory sector

189 Route du Parc
Notre-Dame-des-Bois (Québec) J0B 2E0

Ascending Mont Saint-Joseph or Mont Mégantic, discovering ASTROLab and the astronomy observatories and exploring the mountain and the sky make Parc national du Mont-Mégantic a place where activities “from the Earth to the sky” come together in perfect harmony. This park, which was created in 1994, is an increasingly popular year-round outdoor destination. It is the only scientific attraction of its kind in Québec, at the heart of the first International Dark Sky Reserve.

Mont-Saint-Bruno National Park

Discovery and Visitors Centre

330, rang des 25 Est, Saint-Bruno (Québec)

Parc national du Mont-Saint-Bruno is just a few kilometres from the Montréal metropolitan area. Five lakes, an orchard, a historic mill and dozens of kilometres of trails make this park a true island of nature in an urban environment. Hundreds of species of flowers, trees and plants fill the area. Every breath you take brings a new perfume and every breeze carries this blend of very special scents only found in the forest. Some 200 bird species and about 40 mammal species share the territory. Encounters you can expect, summer and winter alike.

Mont-Tremblant National Park

La Pimbina Visitors Centre

2954, Route 125 Nord, Saint-Donat, (Québec) J0T 2C0

With its six great rivers and 400 lakes and streams, Mont-Tremblant National Park is a trekker’s paradise. It’s a rich amalgam of Québec’s natural and historic heritages, being the largest and oldest park in the network. This wilderness is so vast that it is home to 40 mammal species, including the wolf. The Mont-Tremblant National Park is open year-round and has something for everyone.

Yamaska National Park

Le Maxime Discovery and Visitors Center

1780 Boulevard David-Bouchard, Roxton Pond (Québec) J0E 1Z0

The scenery is lovely at the Yamaska National Park. Whether you’re trekking in the woods or enjoying the beach around the water front you’ll being enjoying the pure fresh air and natural scenery. A witness to the park’s creation in 1983, Réservoir Choinière is a 4.7-km2 expanse of water, perfect for boating activities. This vast body of water is teeming with life. Fish, frogs and Great Blue Herons call the park home, along with the many other animal species that find refuge here. This diversity makes nature observation a very interesting activity, season after season.

Îles-de-Boucherville National Park

Discovery and Visitors Centre

55 Île Sainte-Marguerite
Boucherville (Québec) J4B 5J6

A few kilometres from Montréal, right in the middle of the St. Lawrence, 5 little islands form Parc national des Îles-de-Boucherville. This park offers green spaces, channels teeming with life and waterside trails. Walkers, cyclists and canoers come here for a breath of fresh air and a break from city noise. Others enjoy a trip back in time to discover some of the First Nations that spent time on the park’s islands. In the winter, Île Sainte-Marguerite offers skiers and snowshoers a paradise of snowy landscapes. The peaceful atmosphere is conducive to spotting animals and signs of their presence.

Frontenac National Park

Southern Discovery and Visitors Centre

599 Chemin des Roy
Sainte-Praxède (Québec) G0M 1H1

Parc national de Frontenac sits on the shores of Grand lac Saint-François, the 3rd biggest lake south of the St. Lawrence River. It’s a haven for more than 200 bird species and over 30 mammal species. The hardwood-covered hills are the kingdom of white-tailed deer, while the mosaic of lakes, ponds, marshes and streams shelter ducks, otters and other creatures who go about their business under the gaze of the great blue heron, ever-present on the territory. Boating activities are featured here, along with hiking and cycling. Whether you camp, go canoe-camping or stay in a cabin or rustic shelter, you’ll discover a gorgeous natural setting, including a captivatingly fragrant peat bog that’s at least a thousand years old. Carnivore plants, orchids, and the arrow Arum, a rare plant species, also reflect the rich biodiversity of Parc national de Frontenac.

Plaisance National Park

Discovery and Visitors Centre

1001 Chemin des Presqu’îles
Plaisance (Québec) J0V 1S0

Plaisance—the name evokes the pleasantness of a landscape broken by bays, ponds, and marshes. In spring, Plaisance puts on a performance with thousands of Canada Geese. Come summer, it’s a paradise for ducks, herons, ospreys, and dozens of other species. It’s also the Ottawa River’s soft breeze that makes the tall grasses bend and toss in a wave-like roll across the Petite Presqu’île, not far from the campground. Discover summer at Parc national de Plaisance.

Mont-Orford National Park

Le Cerisier Visitors Centre (Lac-Stukely sector)

200, Chemin du Camping
Orford (Québec) J1X 7A2

Hiking is definitely the best way to discover Parc national du Mont-Orford. It’s the perfect way to get access to numerous viewpoints, which are said to be among the most spectacular of the Eastern Townships region. In the fall, the forest presents a show featuring the flamboyant colours of the sugar maples. The park is notably home to white-tailed deer and Great Blue Heron, which you can observe in their natural habitat. There is also a large variety of amphibian and reptile species. Beside two beaches, vacationers have a wide range of fun-filled activities to choose from. Come fall, colourful sugar maples treat hikers to a blazing show. Come winter, the park is a destination of choice for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing fans.

Oka National Park

Discovery and Visitors Centre

2020 Chemin d’Oka, Oka (Québec) J0N 1E0

Minutes from Montreal, the rich historical and natural heritage of the Oka National Park make it stand out. Earth and water work together to produce real ecological gems that are home to a fascinating ecosystem. Great blue herons, beavers, bats, wood ducks, and other animals have chosen this park as their home. In summer and winter alike, the summit of the Oka Calvary trail offers spectacular views of the Lake of Two Mountains and the Adirondacks. Soothing, and simply magnificent…

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