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This is not an option that we offer. To consult our availability in real time, check out the availability calendar.
For more details on this subject. we invite you to consult our Booking Instructions page.
For more details, go check out our cancellation policy page.
Yes it is possible. For this service, we invite you to call us 819-767-2999.
Our tent spots can take medium-sized tents of 4 people. It is permitted to be maximum 4 persons per tent.
It is strongly recommended that you arrive at the Poisson Blanc Regional Park on the day your stay begins and that you respect the opening hours. It is also strongly recommended that the whole group sharing the same lodging arrive at the Park reception at the same time, and not at several hours apart. This procedure allows us to welcome you safely.
If you wish to have visitors at your lodging during your stay, it is possible to do so, as long as you respect the maximum number of tents allowed on your site or the capacity of your cabin and the sanitary mesures in effect.
If you have booked a campsite at the Poisson Blanc Regional Park, you can access it from 3 p.m. The day after your last night, you must have left your site by 11 a.m. However, feel free to take advantage of the stops and hiking trails of the Park before your arrival (between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.) and after your departure from the site (between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m.).
For the cabin, you can access your accommodation from 3p.m. and you must leave at 11 a.m. on the last day of your stay. It is important to plan an arrival that respects our opening hours. If you plan to arrive after closing time, please give us a call.
Dogs are allowed in Poisson Blanc Regional Park. They must be kept on a leash on public access sites (park office area, rest areas, trails), but can be left free on campsites on the islands. You are entirely responsible for the cleanliness of your animal, and must absolutely collect the excrement of your animals left on, or near, your campsite.
Yes. It is not necessary to register with the Park to fish. You only need to have a Quebec fishing license. You can get a seasonal or daytime fishing license in the village: Bonichoix and dépanneur Larocque.
It is very unlikely that you will meet a bear on an island, it has never happened before. Be particularly wary of rodents and birds; take the usual precautions to keep your food out of their reach.
The Parc régional du Poisson Blanc and the Base de plein air Air-Eau-Bois are two distinct non-profit organizations. If you book watercraft at the Parc Régional du Poisson Blanc, you must take possession of your boats at the park’s reception located at 37 Chemin de la Truite in Notre-Dame-du-Laus. If you have booked a campsite in the south of the Poisson Blanc reservoir and prefer to get to your campsite on the reservoir from the Air-Eau-Bois Base, you must reserve your watercraft with them. You will also have to pay parking fees.
If you already have your own containers, you can fill them up for free at the canoe shed. Please note that the water comes from a well.
GSI watercube 20L containers are also available at a very affordable price ($10 taxes included) at the Park’s boutique.
4L water bottles are available at a cost of $5 each as a last resort.
One bag of firewood per night is included in your reservation. The totality will be delivered to your site or cabin before your arrival. If not, don’t panic, our staff is on its way and should deliver your items by 6 p.m. More details here.
When you register, indicate the number of additional pouch you wish to add to your bill. There is a charge of $8 or $10 per bag, $8 for campfire wood and $10 for cooking firewood.
For clients leaving for their island, you will have the possibility to leave with your extra pouch on the lake or to have them delivered directly to your site the following day. Please note that the park patrol makes deliveries every day between 1pm and 6pm. If you’re not at your site during delivery, don’t worry, our team will drop your pouch under your picnic table. More details here.
Yes, we sell bags of ice for $4 each. When you register, add the desired number to your bill.
For clients leaving for their island, you will have the option to leave on the lake with your items or to have them delivered directly to your site by the Poisson Blanc Regional Park patrol the following day. Please note, the Park patrol makes deliveries between 1pm and 6pm every day. More details here.
No, if you are not at your site, don’t worry, our team will drop off your ordered items on your site. For ice, leave your cooler in view and we will drop off your order inside.
Yes. Note that when the weather is fair and during summer weekends, there can be motorized boat traffic, especially around the beaches at the southern end of the lake. If you wish to completely avoid motorized boats, favour the beginning and the end of the camping season or week days to come to the Park.
South of the Poisson Blanc Reservoir:
North of the Poisson Blanc Reservoir:
It is unlikely; the patrol ensures that the site is empty before your arrival. If, however, it should happen, make sure that you have a copy of your invoice in order to gently inform the occupants that you booked. If you are able to call us, do it. As a last resort, you can come back to the office to inform us of the situation.
Yes, we have two FLO G5 charging stations in the parking lot in front of the Bastion, the Park’s reception pavilion. The current of the charging stations is 30 amps and the voltage is 240 volts. When you check in, one of our employees will take your keys in case we need to clear the stations for other vehicles.
No, all of our trails are open during the hunting season. However, hiking trails on the reservoir will be closed from October 19th.