Camping et Chalet dans les Arbres Mont-Mégantic
With the starry sky above, Camping et Chalet dans les Arbres Mont-Mégantic boasts 50 camping areas on century-old forested grounds so you can get your fill of nature and tranquility.
Camping Samson is in the heart of a private resort in Saint-Ludger, Estrie, 30 minutes from Lac-Mégantic and 40 minutes from St-Georges-de-Beauce.
Camping du Grand Lac St-François
Parc du Grand lac St-François is a calm, peaceful place that’s ideal for relaxing and having fun with family or friends.
Do you like camping? Here, you can access a dozen platforms and four rustic cabins. They are available from May to December. At each site, you’ll find a picnic table and a fire pit.
Montagne de Marbre
An incredible spot for a hike, probably the most beautiful in the region, this little-known mountain deserves our full attention!
Montagne de Franceville
Made of igneous rock, the Cimes trail will reveal the ridges of the Mont Mégantic massif.
Rated among the top three most beautiful panoramas in Quebec. A century-old chapel, visited by many hikers, awaits you at the summit and invites you for some contemplation.
Pain de sucre
With a bird’s eye view of the interior of the massif, the Escarpements trail will please adventurers young and old, whatever the season.
A well-kept secret! Crossed by the Canadian-American border, this mountain can only be accessed from Montagne de Marbre. This hike is perfect for a full escape. Rookies, stay away!
Massif de Winslow
This trail for experienced hikers crisscrosses the undergrowth of the mossy fir trees and deciduous forest. Don’t forget your bathing suit! You might want to jump in Lac Thor or do some sunbathing!
One foot in Canada, one in the United States! On this summit, enjoy the unique experience of walking on the border.
Topped with an international observatory founded in 1978, the legendary Mont Mégantic will take you on a journey into the heart of the constellations.
Parc régional du Mont-Ham
Known for its two-peak summit and with an altitude of 713 metres, Mont-Ham dominates the region and offers a breathtaking 360° view.