• Wi-Fi gratuit
  • Animaux de compagnie acceptés
  • Aire de pique-nique
  • Location d'équipement
  • Accès Internet
  • Buanderie
  • Camping
  • Dépanneur
  • Douche
  • Guide sur demande
  • Location d'embarcation
  • Location de chalets
  • Refuge
  • Stationnement
  • Stationnement extérieur
  • Téléphone public
  • Terrasse
  • Toilette
  • Toilette sèche
  • Vente d'équipement
  • Vente de produits
  • Visite guidée


  • Vélo de montagne
  • Baignade
  • Canot
  • Canot-camping
  • Interprétation de la nature
  • Kayak
  • Pêche
  • Plage
  • Plan d'eau sans baignade
  • Planche à voile
  • Sentier de randonnée pédestre
  • Sentier de raquette
  • Sentier de ski de fond
  • Terrain de jeux pour enfants
  • Vélo

Nearby activities

  • Golf
  • Sentier de ski de fond
  • Ski alpin
  • Vélo

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  • Paiement Direct
  • En Route
  • Argent comptant
  • American Express


  • Lac-Supérieur


Mont-Tremblant National Park (La Diable sector, in the Laurentians) is located 1 hour 45 minutes from Montreal and 25 minutes from the Tremblant resort.
Created on January 12, 1895, Parc national du Mont-Tremblant celebrated its 125th anniversary in 2020. This huge territory has an international stature being the 1st park created in Quebec, the 3rd in Canada and the 6th in North America. It is therefore part of the world history of protected areas alongside the parks of Yellowstone, Yosemite, Sequoia, Banff and Yoho.

Since August 30th, 2023, Mont-Tremblant National Park, the oldest of Quebec's national parks, has become the first international dark sky park in Quebec and the third in Canada! This certification awarded by DarkSky International, a prestigious organization, thus recognizes the park's commitment to protecting its exceptional nocturnal environment.

With its six major rivers, its 400 lakes and streams, Parc national du Mont-Tremblant is one of the must-see in the province and region, a true paradise for nature lovers!

Open year round


The wild beauty of the Laurentian forest, a country of lakes, mountains and rivers where wildlife lives freely: this is Mont-Tremblant National Park, the oldest protected territory in Quebec. In all seasons, immerse yourself in the intimacy of nature in the Laurentians. The park offers a varied program of discovery activities depending on the season and a wide range of authentic experiences: the Via Ferrata du Diable, hiking, canoeing, swimming, canoe-camping, fishing, biking, astronomical observation, backpacking trails or skiing with a night in a refuge, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, snowshoeing.

Treat yourself to a hike in the forest surrounded by maples and yellow birches of the park or paddle peacefully on the Diable River: an oasis of tranquility where the beauty of the landscapes will enchant you. Camping accommodation (more than 980 sites), shelters, vacation cabins and ready-to-camp packages. Reservation recommended for accommodation.

Call or visit the park website for the opening dates of seasonal activities.

Entrance rates:

Adult (18 years and over) $9.25
Child (17 years and -) Free

Open year round



46.344439, -74.503269

Address of content item

4456, chemin du Lac-Supérieur
Lac-Supérieur QC J0T 1P0


819 688-2281

Toll Free

1 800 665-6527


819 688-6369

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