Parc national du Fjord-du-Saguenay offers the following lodging options: cabins, huts, campsites, rustic shelters and “ready-to-camp” (glamping) tents. The choice is yours!
Several wilderness campsites have been set up along the fjord and along trails for sea kayaking and hiking enthusiasts. Whether you are looking for the comfort of a serviced site or the rustic charm of more basic ones, enjoy a peaceful stay in the park at one of our campsites.
15 “ready-to-camp” (glamping) tents
28 tent platforms for kayak camping or hiking enthusiasts
- American Express
Types of lodging offered
- Bicycle rental
- Boat rental
- Panoramic lookout
- Free outdoor parking
- Public telephone
- Wildlife observation
- Observation of marine mammals
- Ice fishing
- Sea nearby
- Hiking trails
How to get there
Baie-Éternité sector (Saguenay Fjord Interpretation Centre)
From Route 175 North (Laurentides Wildlife Reserve), take Route 170 East to the village of Rivière-Éternité. From Route 138 East, take Route 170 West in Saint-Siméon to the village of Rivière-Éternité.
Baie-Sainte-Marguerite sector (Beluga Interpretation Centre)
From Route 138 East, take Route 172 West. From Route 175 North, take Route 172 East.
Affiliations and distinctions
- Parcs Québec network (SÉPAQ)
- Tourisme Manicouagan