Fort Ingall

81, rue Caldwell
Témiscouata-sur-le-Lac (Quebec) Canada
G0L 1E0
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Wake up in the past after spending the night at Fort Ingall!

Two types of accommodations are available at this historic site:

  • An 1839 dormitory with 24 beds (12 with modern mattresses and 12 with tick mattresses stuffed with straw, as they would have been at the time)
  • Dr. Landry’s room (the French Canadian Jean-Étienne Landry was the garrison physician at Fort Ingall for several months and wrote numerous letters about the area to his fiancée)

To rent the dormitory for a group, please contact us at

For more information about the private room or dormitory, please consult our Airbnb pages:

Establishment number: 221514

Opening dates

National Patriots’ Day (Victoria Day) to Canadian Thanksgiving

Room capacity

  • Dormitory accommodating 24 people
  • Dr. Landry’s room accommodating 2 people

Payment methods

  • Visa  Visa
  • MasterCard  MasterCard
  • Interac  Interac
  • Cash  Cash

Types of lodging offered

Unusual Accommodations
You can now spend a night at Fort Ingall in a historic dormitory accommodating 24 people! If you would like more privacy, opt for Dr. Landry’s room. In both cases, you will wake up in the past!


Included in rooms

  • Non-smoking rooms
  • Internet access

On site

  • Laundromat
  • Reception/meeting/conference room(s)
  • Free outdoor parking
  • Group rates
  • Guide services

Outdoor equipment

  • Outdoor fireplace
  • Children's playground

On-site activites

  • Interpretation
  • Lake nearby

Affiliations and distinctions

Affilliations and partnerships

  • Canadian Museums Association
  • Québec Museums Association (SMQ)
  • Parks Canada partner
  • Parc national du Lac-Témiscouata partner
  • Québec History Federation (FHQ)
  • Archéo-Québec
  • Tourisme Témiscouata
  • Tourisme Bas-Saint-Laurent
  • ASTER science station
  • Domaine Acer
  • Old Rivière-Bleue train station
  • Le Secret des Dieux microbrewery

Fort Ingall is a museum recognized by Québec’s Ministry of Culture and Communications.


  • Winner of a “Safeguarding, Restoration and Conservation” prize at the Bas-Saint-Laurent Heritage Awards (2016)
  • Winner of a regional Québec Tourism Award in the “Tourist Attraction under 25,000 Visitors” category (2013)
  • Winner of a tourism prize at the Témiscouata Business Gala (2012, 1997)
  • Winner of a Silver Québec Tourism Award and a regional Québec Tourism Award in the “Tourism Leader of Tomorrow” category awarded to Samuel Moreau (2012)
  • Winner of a Léonidas-Bélanger award from the Québec History Federation (FHQ) (2002)
  • Winner of a “Dissemination and Interpretation” prize at the Bas-Saint-Laurent Heritage Awards (2002, 1999)
  • Winner of a regional Special Jury Prize at the Québec Tourism Awards (1998)
  • Winner of a regional Québec Tourism Award in the “Tourism Promotion” category (1992)

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