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Halte Poisson Blanc camping canot

Here, You Can Have an Island All to Yourself!

The camping sites on the Poisson Blanc reservoir are located on islands or peninsulas and are only accessible by watercraft. Rustic and isolated, they offer an exceptional camping experience over a vast body of water where having no nearby neighbours is one of the main attractions. Here, we are elsewhere

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Camping Site Categories

At Poisson Blanc, the rate isn’t calculated per person but per tent. Usually, there are 4 camping site categories: 1 tent, 2 tents, 3 tents, and 4 tents +. You’ll have guessed that each category represents the hosting capacity of the camping site in numbers of tents. The reservation of a camping site guarantees you exclusive access to said site, and includes the delivery of a bag of camp fire wood for each night of your stay. It is strictly forbidden to add more tents than a camping site permits. Serious penalties will be collected directly from your credit card if this rule is broken.

Note that in COVID-19 times, the “4 tents +” category will not be available. For more details, visit our Booking Instructions page.

Patrol and Supplies

Your Poisson Blanc Regional Park reservation includes a bag of campfire wood per night of your reservation, delivered directly on your island at the beginning of your stay. Every day between 1pm and 6pm, our patrol team navigates the Poisson Blanc reservoir to deliver bags of ice, 4L bottles of drinking water, campfire wood, and 1 lb propane tanks to campers who wish to be resupplied.

The best practice consists in telling our customer service colleagues when you register at the reception at the beginning of your stay the items you wish to have delivered during your stay. The other option is to phone the reception directly from your island in the morning (before noon) so we can add the items you wish delivered to your daily delivery. And yes, most camping sites on the island now have cellphone service. We’re not sure if it’s a good thing or not, but it’s certainly practical.

How to Choose Your Island ?

You have to admit, camping on an island is pretty romantic. But the fairy tale can quickly turn into a nightmare if you didn’t reserve a camping site adapted to your abilities and needs. First, it’s important to choose your site according to the distance you’re willing to travel in your watercraft from the reception area to your island. Don’t overestimate your abilities. You need to keep in mind that a reservoir isn’t always smooth sailing. Wind and waves will impact your progress. To take full advantage of your Poisson Blanc experience, here are the different factors to consider when choosing a site that matches your needs:

  • the distance to cover
  • the type of watercraft
  • the site’s hosting capacity
  • the hour of arrival at the park
  • activity locations
  • Your outdoor skills

Motor Boats

The Poisson Blanc Regional Park doesn’t have a launch ramp for motor boats. Campers who wish to get to their camping site in a motor boat will have to use the Lake Campion public boat launch ramp, located 10.5km away from the reception centre. You will then be able to come park your car and your trailer in the parking lot provided for that purpose near the reception centre. It’s important to note that the camping sites on the islands are not equipped with docks and the banks are generally made of pebbles and stones, though a few do feature a beach.

How to Get to Your Island ?

Is there a ferry or shuttle service to cross the water to your islands? Well, no, you need to get there on your own. If you don’t have a watercraft, no problem: the Park offers you a wide range of watercraft for rent to get you to your adventure. Canoes with 2, 3, 4 benches, solo/duo sea kayaks, and paddle boards, the choice is up to you. For more details concerning available watercraft rentals, click here.

Other Information in Brief

The time of arrival at your camping site (check-in) is 3pm. Departure time is 11am (check-out). However, you can collect your watercraft rental as soon as the park opens in the morning, at 9am, and return it before 5pm on your last day. Many public rest areas are accessible on the reservoir if you wish to take advantage of your last day after checking out from the camping site.

Parking and a waterproof map of the Park’s islands and paths are included in your camping site reservation. Your reservation includes 1 parking space per tent. For example, a camping site for 3 tents includes 3 parking spaces. A $10 fee per night applies to additional vehicles.

Each rental


  • Exclusive access to your site for the duration of your stay
  • The delivery of one bag of wood per night
  • The parking at Le Bastion Entrance Office
  • 1 tent campsite = 1 car
    2 tents campsite = 2 cars
    3 tents campsite = 3 cars
  • The park’s map
  • (closed for 2021) Access to park office outdoor showers

Does not include:

  • Taxes
  • Watercraft rental. You can book canoes/kayaks through our booking app after choosing your campsite.

2021 Rates

Low season
May 14th to June 17th /
Sept. 6th to Oct. 18th
High Season
June 18th to Sept. 5th
1 tent 50$ 65$
2 tents 70$ 85$
3 tents 90$ 105$
  • Le grand Pic Poisson Blanc refuge chalet

    Microrefuge le Grand-Pic

    250 mètres 5 minutes à pied

  • Pic mineur Poisson Blanc

    Microrefuge le Pic-Mineur

    300 mètres 5 minutes à pied

  • Le Bastion Parc régional du Poisson Blanc Accueil

    Accueil Le Bastion

  • 2A Site des Pères

    2 km +/- 40 minutes

  • 2B Le Franc Sud

    1.6 km +/- 30 minutes

  • 3A Site des Mauves

    1.3 km +/- 30 minutes

  • 2C La Pointe des Pères

    2 km +/- 40 minutes

  • 3B La pointe des Mauves

    1.5 km +/- 30 minutes

  • 6 La Sainte Paix

    1.6 km +/- 30 minutes

  • 13 Le Soleil du Midi

    3.5 km +/- 1:15

  • 12A Le Cap du soleil couchant

    2.5 km +/- 45 minutes

  • 12C La Pointe aux Harles

    2.5 km +/- 45 minutes

  • 23A L'aurore

    3 km +/- 1 hour

  • 12D La Pointe au Cerisier

    2.5 km +/- 45 minutes

  • 24 La Pointe du Couchant

    3.3 km +/- 1:10

  • 20 Les pieds dans le sable

    1.6 km +/- 30 minutes

  • 23B La Pointe à Bill

    3.7 km +/- 1:15

  • 27 A La Canopé

    4 km +/- 1h20

  • 25 La Retraite

    3 km +/- 1 heure

  • Site 31 Parc régional du Poisson Blanc

    31 Le Paradis

    4,5 km +/- 1:30

  • 26 La Lagune

    4 km +/- 1:20

  • Poisson blanc camping

    27B La Cigale

    5 km 1h30

  • 36 L'Entrée du Chenal

    4.9 km +/- 1:40

  • 29 L'île à la Loutre

    4 km +/- 1h20

  • 34 Katimavik

    4 km +/- 1:20

  • 44A L'Enclume

    9 km 3 hours

  • île Poisson Blanc l'équateur camping 3

    42E L'Équateur

    7 km +/- 2 hours

  • 39 Pointe aux bleuets

    5.4 km +/- 1:45

  • 41 La pointe de Granit

    6 km +/- 2 hours

  • 45A Le Parasol

    9 km 3h

  • 42A La Chanterelle

    6 km approximately 2h of canoeing

  • 44B La pointe à la perdrix

    9 km +/- 3 heures

  • 45B La pointe aux Dorés

    9 km +/- 3 hours

  • 47A La pointe du Brochet

    9.1 km +/- 3 hours

  • 47B La Terrasse

    9.1 km +/- 3 hours

  • 47C La pointe Ensoleillée

    10 km +/- 3:20

  • 52A La Plage Cachée

    11 km +/- 3:40

  • camping sauvage poisson blanc canot-camping

    52C Le cap siffleur

    11 km +/- 3:40

  • 55A Le Lagon Bleu

    12.5 km +/- 4:10

  • 55C Le site de la Sand Bar

    13 km +/- 4:20

  • 56 Le Rocher Fendu

    13.5 km +/- 4:30

  • 59 La Pointe aux Bouleaux

    15 km +/- 5 hours

  • 60 La Plage d'or

    14 km +/- 4:30

  • 63A Cap à la Tortue

    15 km +/- 5 hours

  • 63B Site de la Paroi Éléphant

    15.2 km +/- 5 hours

  • 63C La Péninsule

    15.5 km +/- 5:10

  • 64 L'Île Mira

    15 km +/- 5 hours

  • 66A La Pointe au Pin

    13 km +/- 4:20

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    66D Le cap à l'aigle

    13.5 km +/- 4:30

  • 68 L'Île aux voyageurs

    14 km +/- 4:30

  • 70A La petite Plage

    16.4 km +/- 5:30

  • 70B La grande Plage

    16.4 km +/- 5:30

  • 70C La Pointe aux Chênes

    16.2 km +/- 5:30

  • 70G La Citadelle

    14 km +/- 4:30

  • 70K La Pointe de l'Épervier

    16.2 km +/- 5:20

  • Le camp de base

    6.7 km 10 minutes by car

  • Le site de la plage

    6.5 km 10 minutes by car

  • 8 Halte de pique-nique 8

    2 km +/- 40 minutes

  • 9 Halte de pique-nique 9

    2 km +/- 40 minutes

  • 10 Halte de pique-nique 10

    2.2 km +/- 45 minutes

  • 12B Halte de pique-nique 12B

    2.5 km +/- 45 minutes

  • 21 Halte de pique-nique 21

    1.5 km +/- 30 minutes

  • 22 Halte de pique-nique 22

    2 km +/- 40 minutes

  • 30B Halte de pique-nique 30B

    3.8 km +/- 1:20

  • 35 Halte de pique-nique 35

    4.5 km +/- 1:30

  • 38 Halte de pique-nique 38

    5 km +/- 1:40

  • 49 Halte de pique-nique 49

    11 km +/- 3:40

  • 54C Halte de pique-nique 54C

    12 km +/- 4 hours

  • 55D Halte de pique-nique 55D

    13 km +/- 4:20

  • 55E Halte de pique-nique 55E

    13.5 km +/- 4:40

  • 57A Halte de pique-nique 57A

    14 km +/- 5 hours

  • 57B Halte de pique-nique 57B

    14 km +/- 5 hours

  • 58A Halte de pique-nique 58A

    14 km +/- 5 hours

  • 63D Halte de pique-nique 63D

    15.5 km +/- 5:20

  • 66C Halte de pique-nique 66C

    14 km +/- 5 hours

  • 42D La Paroi Écho

    7 km approximately 2h30 of canoeing débutant à avancé

  • Poisson Blanc randon

    Sentier du Chenal


  • Parc régional Poisson Blanc sentier pédestre randonnée

    Le Cap du sud


  • Poisson Blanc sentier randonnée

    Sentier de l’île en U


  • Poiscon Blanc randonnée sentier

    Sentier de la Paroi Éléphant


  • Sentier Rapide-du-Fort


  • Parc Poisson Blanc Sentier M

    Sentier des Merisiers


  • Sentier Katimavik


  • Sentier du Sommet


  • Sentier Desjardins

    +/- 4 heures Intermédiaire

  • Paroi Éléphant Escalade Parc du Poisson Blanc

    63D Paroi Éléphant

    Débutant à avancé

Estimated Time

Code of conduct

Poisson Blanc Regional Park strongly suggests that users respect its Code of Conduct. Inspired by the “Leave No Trace Program”, overseen by Aventure Écotourisme Québec. It supplies a basic recipe to follow in order to allow present and future generations to benefit from the Park’s wonders.

Did you forget something ?

When booking a site on an island, don’t forget that you will need a boat to get there. Contact us for more information.

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