Parc national du Lac-Témiscouata offers 138 campsites to nature lovers. Located near services in wooded areas, these sites can accommodate tents or recreational vehicles (RVs). In addition, 23 “ready-to-camp” tents (glamping units) are available in the Anse-à-William and Grands Pins campgrounds.
The Anse-à-William campground, in the Squatec sector, offers 72 campsites and 9 “ready-to-camp” tents near Lake Témiscouata. Evening talks are given in this sector, which is also an ideal location for cycling enthusiasts.
The Grand-Lac-Touladi campground, in the Saint-Juste sector, offers 66 campsites in a family-friendly environment. Most of the park’s family activities are offered in this sector.
The Grands-Pins campground, in the Dégelis sector, offers a village of 14 “ready-to-camp” tents near Lake Témiscouata. This sector is separate from the others, for maximum tranquility.
Anse-à-William: May 17 to October 14
Grand-Lac-Touladi: June 21 to September 9
Grands-Pins: June 14 to September 16
138 campsites (some with water and electricity)
23 “ready-to-camp” tents (glamping units)
Types of lodging offered
- Wheelchair accessible
- Convenience store
- Bicycle rental
- Boat rental
- Shuttle to wharf
- Panoramic lookout
- Free outdoor parking
- Group rates
- Children's playground
- Fire pit
- Firewood for sale
- Wildlife observation
- Activity program for adults
- Activity program for children
- Hiking trails
- Lake nearby
- River nearby
- Pedal boating
- Other: dogs on leashes admitted in the Anse-à-William campground and along some trails
How to get there
From Highway 85/185, take exit 40 towards Squatec and then Route 232 East. At the entrance to the municipality of Squatec, follow the signs to the park. The Visitors Centre is about 10 km (6 mi.) farther along the road.
From Highway 85/185, take exit 12. Follow the signs to Route 295 North. Continue driving to the village of Lots-Renversés, then turn left towards Saint-Juste-sur-le-Lac. Follow the signs to the park. The Visitors Centre is about 4 km (2.5 mi.) farther along the road.
In the summer, a ferry service is available via Highway 85, exit 29.
From Highway 85/185, take exit 12. Follow the signs to Route 295 North, then follow the signs to the park.
Note that GPS systems and Google Maps tend to give incorrect instructions. Your best bet is to follow the brown road signs to the park.
Affiliations and distinctions
- Parcs Québec network (SÉPAQ)
- Tourisme Bas-Saint-Laurent