Staying in the Laurentians is a treat to be enjoyed in several ways. The region houses a variety of cabins to make your experience an incredible one! Here are our eccentric lodging recommendations:
Parc régional éducatif Bois de Belle-Rivière has five huts available for rent in an enchanting landscape. The huts vary in size and can accommodate 4 to 15 people. Three of the five huts come equipped with electricity and a functional kitchen with fridge, countertop burner, toaster, and kettle. Meanwhile, enjoy the many activities available on site, such as a skating trail, sledding hill, cross-country ski trails, and backcountry snowshoeing.
Have you always dreamed of sleeping deep in the heart of forest, in a shelter that combines the luxuries of cabin life with a camping ambiance? Come and try out a yurt, Glamp tent, or even the Corbeau camp. In winter, the trails can be used for snowshoeing, classic cross-country skiing, and backcountry cross-country skiing. Equipment rentals are also available to make your life easier!
Head out to nature for a few days to recharge and completely disconnect! One-of-a-kind, year-round accommodation: two treehouses, two huts, one tipi, and a rustic cabin surrounding two lakes in the heart of nature on a 100-acre site. It’s the perfect place for a number of outdoor activities, but also for rest and bonfires with friends and family. A unique experience!
Looking for an experience out of the ordinary with the best in comfort? Stay in a unique, ready-to camp facility: floating cabins, cabins, wood tents, tipis, yurts, wood huts, cozy bubble, tent trailers, and RVs. Pets are now allowed in six of the 73 units. What’s more, enjoy the many outdoor activities offered on site: in winter, a 7.9-km snowshoeing trail and a 2.4-km cross-country skiing trail.
Fully-equipped, ready-to-camp cabins featuring a mezzanine with an open-concept bedroom, equipped with a queen-size bed and two double beds (including pillows and comforter) which can accommodate 4 people. Bed linen not included. Wood-burning stove in the living room, and bathroom with shower. Animals not allowed. Several cross-country skiing and snowshoeing trails accessible on site. Come and make the most of winter!
Do you dream of sleeping in a treehouse? Come for a ready-to-camp experience in a hut perched near the waterfront in a protected park. The huts, which can accommodate up to six people, are insulated for the winter and heated with a wood-burning stove. Located near Mont-Tremblant, come and enjoy the snowshoeing trails in this nature park.
One of the leading major national parks in North America, Parc national du Mont-Tremblant draws in visitors with its 400 lakes, 6 rivers, and unique sandy shores scattered over endless forest-covered hills. The park offers a variety of seasonal activities and a wide range of authentic activities, whether at the holiday resort, a hut, campground, or ready-to-camp facility. The 11 huts can be accessed on foot, snowshoes, or skis via the park’s short and long hiking trails. Some are located on the lakeshore.
A veritable haven of peace, a relaxing and warm experience awaits at Refuge de la forêt boréale. The hut has the best of both worlds: the wild outdoors, steps away from all necessities. Dying to spend the night in a hut? Dare to explore! Go back to basics with no running water or electricity. Several activities offered year-round, including access to a 3.5-km network of private trails with nature and wildlife observation.
The Réserve faunique de Papineau-Labelle is a Sépaq network establishment that offers outdoor activities year-round. Nature lovers are sure to find their fix in its immense territory, parsed by over 760 lakes. In winter, 11 huts with a capacity of 2 to 15 people (chalets converted into huts) can be accessed on backcountry skis, snowshoes, by fat bike, or on foot. There is no running water.
Kayak Café offers ready-to-camp lodging, a unique, four-season type of accommodation consisting of La Cabana and the Shepherd’s Hut, which look out on a 35-acre lot immersed in nature on the shores of the Rouge River. The charming and simple units are cleverly designed to maximize comfort and create lasting memories. The ideal place to enjoy nearby outdoor activities.
An eccentric and sustainable accommodation centre offering overnight stays in treehouses, tipis, yurts, and Hobbit houses, as well as outdoor activities. Several activities available with enterprises throughout the region: dog sledding, snowshoeing. Near the Réserve faunique de Papineau-Labelle and its hidden trails. Reservations required. See the website for rates.
Chalets Rapide des Cèdres is proud to welcome you all year long, with several types of eccentric accommodation including a treehouse, yurt, and rustic cabins, all with no neighbours in sight in the heart of nature. In winter: ice fishing, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing. Located on the shores of Poisson Blanc Lake and Lièvre River.
The Parc régional Montagne du Diable is a preferred destination for nature lovers. Expect the great outdoors, quiet, and magic: the perfect trio for both young and old. On site in winter, visitors can enjoy snowshoeing, Hok skiing, classic cross-country skiing, skate skiing, backcountry skiing, and a welcome centre with all conveniences. Eight cabins in nature including two on piers and six mountain huts.
Come and explore the Laurentians with us! The entire Tourisme Laurentides team wishes you happy Holidays! For more information, contact us at 1-800-561-6673.