If you have a dog, chances are you enjoy spending time outside. However, finding a campsite and accepting furry friends can be a more involved task.
Here are six awesome places to place your tent with pitou this summer!
LAC-TÉMISCOUATA ARC (BAS-SAINT-LAURENT)
Recently, a pilot initiative of SEPAQ parks has enabled dogs to lift dogs in their own territory. This happens in the case of this national park, which is home to the breathtaking mountain valley in the center of which sits the expensive Lake Témiscouata. We went there for a hike in the mountains of Notre-Dame, or at the oar on the Riviere des Mémoires.
Please note: dogs are only allowed in the Anse-A-William area.
MARINE PARADISE CAMPSITE (NORTH COAST)
The Paradis Marin Campground is the perfect place to enjoy soft-breathing whales in San Lorenzo, go kayaking, and indulge in cold water toilets. The open air structure provides a haven of peace and tranquility. There are no revelers and no music here: your dog is calm and well trained so that he can gain access to the situation.
BID RIVER REGIONAL PARK (CENTER-DU-QUEBEC)
In this pleasant wooded plains we play at the banks of the Beaudet and Gentile rivers. Canoeing, hiking, and mountain biking are on the menu for tempting outdoor activities during your visit. The park also includes an equestrian site and several trails to ride on horseback…without your dog, of course.
FJORD CAMPING (CHARLEVOIX)
In this charming campsite located on the shores of the San Lorenzo River and Fjord-du-Saguenay, you can enjoy many whale watching points, but also the mountains, waterfalls, and nearby rivers. As the ferryman is near to Tadoussac, why do you not consider your excursion as a delay?
We go to Aiguebelle to enjoy the wonders of the world. The most popular hike, notably, crosses the foot of the crevasse that stretches over twenty meters. To live with your pet, go to Camping Ojibway: the only one who gets dogs!
JACQUES-CARTIER PARK (QUEBEC)
The fame of Jacques-Cartier National Park is well established. Its tens of thousands of mountains, a deep icy valley, and dense forests are the shops of hundreds of pilgrims each year. Dogs are permitted at many campsites and nature trails. Just check!