We regulary accommodate groups
and events. Here’s what we offer:

Types of lodging

Total accommodation capacity is for 70 people
(rooms and “ready-to-camp” cottages)
In addition, there are more than 100 serviced campsites.
Parc de Gros-Cap is close to the ferry and coach charters.

Capacity: 30 people

• 6 rooms with 2 bunk beds each (24 people)
• 3 rooms with double beds (6 people)
• 1 fully-equipped kitchen and dining room that seats 50
• 4 bathrooms and 1 living room

Pavillon montreuil
Capacity: 20 people

• 9 rooms with 2 single beds each (18 people)
• 1 room with double bed (2 people)
• 1 fully-equipped kitchen and small dining room
• 9 showers and toilets, laundry facility


5 “ready-to-camp” cottages
Capacity: 20 people

• 5 cottages with 4 beds each (20 people)
• 1 table, dishes and cutlery
• Counter, sink with cold water
• Small fridge, coffeemaker, toaster, kettle
• Gas camping stove outside

The shelters

• 1 shelter with tables (seating capacity: 75 people)
• 1 shelter with tables (seating capacity: 36 people)


M. Frédéric Côté, manager

Tel.: 1 800 986-4505

Cabin rentalYoung paddlersEntry Island by the seaHappy paddlersOur professioanl guides2 hook-ups, water frontSand castle building lessonsSea kayak tour nearby the cliffs at sunsetSea kayaking Entry island2 services, water frontParc de Gros-Cap's beachSunset kayaking by the cliffs2 hook-up campsiteLet's get a tour!
Sea kayak tour nearby the cliffs at sunsetHappy paddlersSand castle building lessons2 hook-up campsiteCabin rentalSea kayaking Entry islandYoung paddlers2 hook-ups, water frontOur professioanl guidesLet's get a tour!Sunset kayaking by the cliffsParc de Gros-Cap's beachEntry Island by the sea2 services, water front
Young paddlers2 services, water frontSunset kayaking by the cliffsSea kayaking Entry islandOur professioanl guidesHappy paddlersSand castle building lessonsSea kayak tour nearby the cliffs at sunset2 hook-ups, water frontEntry Island by the seaParc de Gros-Cap's beachLet's get a tour!Cabin rental2 hook-up campsite

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