Forillon National Park

122, boulevard de Gaspé
Gaspé (Quebec) Canada
G4X 1A9
Phone (2):
+1-877-RESERVE (1-877-737-3783) (for campsite reservations)
Toll free:

Show on map



Camping and glamping in Forillon… The choice is yours!
Forillon provides visitors with 352 semi-serviced campsites in four magnificent sectors of the park.

Visitors wanting a nature experience with a bit more comfort can stay in one of 15 oTENTik tents or the new micrOcube.

The park also offers wilderness camping enthusiasts three backcountry sites, two of which are lean-to shelters where you can camp without a tent.

Visit the Parks Canada website for more details about the campsites to choose the one that suits you best.

Opening dates

Varies depending on the campground. Visit the park’s website for more information.

Room capacity

352 semi-serviced campsites
3 backcountry wilderness sites (2 lean-to shelters)
15 “ready-to-camp” oTENTik tents
1 micrOcube (glamping unit)


Single Occupancy Campsite with toilets and showers: $25.50; campsite with electricity, toilets and showers: $29.40; basic oTENTik tent: $100; fully equipped oTENTik tent: $120; micrOcube: $90

Payment methods

  • Visa  Visa
  • MasterCard  MasterCard
  • American Express  American Express
  • Interac  Interac
  • Cash  Cash

Types of lodging offered

Forillon offers semi-serviced campsites in four campgrounds, including some with electricity, as well as backcountry wilderness sites (some with lean-to shelters). In addition, the park offers fully equipped “ready-to-camp” oTENTik tents and the new micrOcube glamping unit.
Unusual Accommodations
Visitors wanting a nature experience with a bit more comfort can stay in one of 15 oTENTik tents or the new micrOcube glamping unit.


On site

  • Pets admitted
  • Laundromat
  • Bicycle rental
  • Panoramic lookout
  • Boat ramp
  • Free outdoor parking
  • Group rates
  • Public telephone

Outdoor equipment

  • Tables
  • Chairs
  • Barbecue
  • Outdoor fireplace
  • Outdoor swimming pool
  • Fire pit
  • Firewood for sale
  • Outdoor tennis

On-site activites

  • Horseback riding
  • Interpretation
  • Wildlife observation
  • Observation of marine mammals
  • Fishing
  • Beach
  • Sea nearby
  • Hiking trails
  • Mountain bike trails
  • Kayaking
  • Scuba diving

How to get there

Via Route 132, north of the village of Gaspé. The park is at the northeastern tip of the Gaspé Peninsula, 700 km (430 mi.) from Québec City and 350 km (220 mi.) from the New Brunswick border.

Affiliations and distinctions


  • Parks Canada network
  • Tourisme Gaspésie

Ask for more information

You might also like