Enjoy an extraordinary experience on a protected natural site
Here, flying is nearly within reach…
Spread your wings and feel as free as air for a few nights. Sleep like a bird in one of our five giant birdhouses, set up your tent in a century-old forest with a view of the sea or park your RV in a protected natural site. Here, flying is nearly within reach…
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Unusual accommodations: Giant birdhouses
Enjoy an unusual glamping experience in one of five cottages designed to resemble giant birdhouses. Build in 2016, each birdhouse was inspired by a different species of bird found in the park. Are you drawn to the quiet and elegant great grey owl or to the social bank swallow? Contact us to reserve the birdhouse that best suits your personality!
Each cottage includes: a propane stove, cooler, dishes and utensils. Drinking water is available nearby as are dry toilets. Showers are in a separate building about 300 metres (1000 feet) away.
Camping: Fall asleep to the sound of the waves
Enjoy eco-friendly camping right near the beach along the majestic St. Lawrence River. Six seaside tent sites are available as are four RV sites. Enjoy stargazing as well as breathtaking sunrises and sunsets.
Drinking water and showers are nearby, as are a sheltered area with a fire pit, picnic tables and a clothesline.
Motor home: An alternative glamping experience
If you are travelling light and all the birdhouses are booked, you can rent a fully equipped motor home (fridge, freezer, hot plate, microwave, electricity) accommodating three to four people. Come and admire sunsets over the St. Lawrence and the starry night sky.
Showers and washroom facilities are in a building nearby as are a sheltered area with a fire pit and picnic tables.
June 1 to October 11
- 4 birdhouse-themed cottages accommodating 4 to 5 people
- 1 birdhouse-themed cottage accommodating 8 to 13 people
- 1 motor home
- 6 tent sites
- 6 RV sites
CostSingle Occupancy $25/night for tent sites, $30/night for RV sites, $80/night for motor home, $160/night for the birdhouses for 4-5 people, $240/night for the birdhouse for 8 to 13 people
Types of lodging offered
Included in rooms
- Other: Propane stove, cooler, dishes, utensils, sleeping bags (for rent)
- Wheelchair accessible
- Indoor fireplace
- Panoramic lookout
- Free outdoor parking
- Group rates
- Guide services
- Outdoor fireplace
- Children's playground
- Fire pit
- Firewood for sale
- Other: Drinking water and dry toilets near cottages, shower facilities within 300 metres (1000 feet)
- Wildlife observation
- Sea nearby
- Hiking trails
- River nearby
How to get there
From Québec City, take Route 138 for 500 km (300 mi.). Past the village of Chute-aux-Outardes, turn right on Chemin Principal and drive for 17 km (11 mi.) towards Pointe-aux-Outardes. At the end of the road, turn right on Rue Labrie. The park occupies the entire western tip of the Manicouagan Peninsula.
Affiliations and distinctions
- Tourisme Manicouagan
- Manicouagan-Uapishka World Biosphere Reserve
- Association of Regional Parks (APR)
- Comité ZIP de la rive Nord de l'Estuaire
- Amateur Astronomers Federation of Québec (FAAQ)
- Vélo Québec
- Manicouagan Chamber of Commerce
- Côte-Nord Birding Club