The fun thing about the Outaouais is that you can be in the middle of nowhere by a serene lake and there's still plenty to do nearby. You can relax in an enchanting spa, eat in a refined and creative restaurant, pet cute cats while enjoying a cup of joe and go hiking all in one day. At night, you'll go back to your tent with the intention of starting over the next day!
Camping in Gatineau Park means you're close to everything. You can relax at Amerispa Spa Nordique Cantley, eat at fabulous Restaurant Muse at the Wakefield Mill, and go back to your campsites in a matter of minutes.
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Cantley (Québec) J8V 3E8
Enjoy a unique thermal spa experience, less than 20 minutes from Ottawa and Gatineau. Tropical rain, a eucalyptus steam bath and fresh mint-scented cold fog will bring your body that sense of well-being. Discover our Bistro and its health menu as you enjoy beautiful view of the Outaouais hills. The thermal spa experience is included in all spa packages. Ask for more details on the spa deals, packages and memberships.
La Pêche (Québec) J0X 3G0
Our talented service team prides itself in pairing exquisite wines with our range of decadent dishes. Our sommeliers strive to fill our cellar with exclusive wines from boutique vineyards from around the world.
La Pêche (Québec) J0X 2W0
Extend your adventures in Gatineau Park by staying overnight. It offers over 300 campsites for tents, trailers and canoe-camping, as well as cozy ready-to-camp units. Make your stay a memorable one with outdoor activities, such as swimming, hiking, biking, canoeing, exploring Lusk Cave and fire camp. In the winter, yurts and cabins are very popular with skiers looking to spend the night close to the trails. Find your happy place!
Chelsea (Québec) J9B 1R6
Visit Gatineau Park, with over 361 km2 of hills and forest only 15 minutes from downtown Ottawa–Gatineau. Enjoy a picnic at Champlain Lookout, which overlooks the Ottawa Valley, or step back in time at the Mackenzie King Estate. The Estate features architectural ruins, romantic gardens, newly renovated cottages, interactive exhibits and the Mackenzie King Tearoom. Whether you come by bicycle or by car, the Park’s network of parkways offers a scenic view of the region.