The best way to make the most of your visit to the Mingan Archipelago National Park Reserve is to spend a night there! Parks Canada offers options for all tastes and comfort levels.
Camping enthusiasts can stay on one of the six islands offering wilderness campsites. If you have your own equipment, all you need to do is choose the island of your dreams: Île Nue de Mingan, Grande Île, Quarry Island, Niapiskau Island, Île du Havre or Île à la Chasse. Each has its own unique and enchanting features.
If you prefer glamping, you will be enchanted by the oTENTik tents available on Quarry Island. You can also enjoy a memorable family vacation or couple’s getaway in an Ôasis glamping unit in the shape of a water droplet, which contains a table that converts into a bed on the ground floor and a suspended hammock loft above.
Reserve your campsite or glamping unit early so you don’t miss out. You can reserve online or call 1-877-RESERVE (737-3783).
If you are looking for 4-star accommodations, you can stay in a lightkeeper’s house at the heart of the light station on Île aux Perroquets. Be sure to book your stay in advance.
Don’t miss the boat! Since all our campsites are on islands, it is a good idea to reserve your crossing with one of the maritime transport services recognized by Parks Canada.
On the morning of your departure, pick up your camping permit in one of our reception and interpretation centres.
Come and enjoy an unforgettable nature getaway in the Mingan Archipelago!
Establishment number: 206102
Most maritime transport services are in operation from June to September; however, some are open before and/or after this period. Opening dates and times as well as itineraries are subject to change at the beginning and end of the season.
- 32 wilderness campsites
- 6 oTENTik tents
- 6 Ôasis units
- 7 rooms in the lightkeepers’ houses on Île aux Perroquets
CostSingle Occupancy Campsites: $16.75/site/night | Group camping: $5.25/person/night | oTENTik tent and Ôasis unit: $128/night | Fire permit: $9.25/night | Online booking fee: $11.50 | Phone booking fee: $13.50
- American Express
Types of lodging offered
Enjoy an unusual lodging experience: spend a night in an Ôasis glamping unit in the shape of a water droplet!
Included in rooms
- Internet access
- Wheelchair accessible
- Group rates
- Outdoor fireplace
- Fire pit
- Firewood for sale
- Wildlife observation
- Observation of marine mammals
- Sea nearby
- Hiking trails
How to get there
By car or bus: To drive to the park reserve, take Route 138 to the gateway to the Mingan Archipelago. This drive will take you to Longue-Pointe-de-Mingan or Havre-Saint-Pierre through some of the beautiful villages found in the Minganie area.
By plane: You can also fly to the region via Havre-Saint-Pierre or Sept-Îles. If you land in Sept-Îles, you will need to rent a vehicle or take the bus from there.
By boat: Several boat operators offer transportation from Rimouski or the Lower North Shore to Havre-Saint-Pierre. Enjoy being rocked by the waves and exploring various ports along the St. Lawrence during short stops along the way.
Once you arrive in the Minganie area, there are several options for travelling by boat or water taxi to the islands, with daily departures from Havre-Saint-Pierre and Longue-Pointe-de-Mingan. Inquire directly from the companies to find out their schedules.
Affiliations and distinctions
- Parks Canada network
- Tourisme Côte-Nord
- Corporation de l'île aux Perroquets
- Escale Havre-Saint-Pierre
- Winner of a regional Québec tourism award for their oTENTik tents (2014)