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Located between Quebec’s two biggest cities, Quebec City and Montreal, La Mauricie features lush forests, rolling hills and over 150 lakes, ponds and rivers. Just a two-hour drive out of Montreal, this park is the perfect nature getaway. Here’s how to have the ultimate La Mauricie camping trip.
Check out fall foliage
La Mauricie is commonly cited as one of the best places in the country to see stunning foliage, especially in the fall. Be sure to hike one of their 14 trails to soak it all in and don’t forget to snap a photo for your Instagram grid.
Go on an all-day expedition
Combine canoeing, hiking, and portaging in a challenging one-day expedition to the corner of the park. End your expedition at the beautiful Waber Falls, one of the park’s most impressive natural features, and take a dip. You’ll have earned it.
Stay in an oTENTik
If nature isn’t your thing, Parks Canada’s got a solution. Enjoy glamp-friendly accommodations in the new oTENTik tents. Decked out with beds, solar lights and a canvas roof, the oTENTik tent blends the comfort of a cabin with the rugged experience of a tent.
Canoe on Caribou Lake
If you’re looking for peace and quiet, ditch the popular Wapizagonke Lake and opt for canoeing on Caribou Lake. Accessible only by portaging, this discourages other campers and canoers. You’ll find tranquillity and have the beaches all to yourself.