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Planning a glamping trip to the beautiful Quebec? If you’re looking to get away and explore the outdoors in style, I’ve got the best glamping Quebec list for you.

Quebec is a province in Canada, but it’s more like a country within a country. Being a French speaking province and highly influenced by French culture Quebec is completely different from the rest of Canada. 

Glamping offers a wide range of different vacation rentals to choose from across the province. With its beautiful landscapes of plains and plateaus covered by stunning green forests, hundreds of rivers and thousands of lakes, you’ll never run out of places to discover in Quebec.

Quebec has their own Big Five: the grey wolf, the moose, blue whale, snowy owl, black bear. 

Saint-Lawrence River offers a unique experience of  ice canoeing with competitions taking place every February. Canoeing is one of the most popular summer activities due to a fact that Quebec has over more than half a million lakes and 4.500 rivers. 

Montreal, the largest city and Quebec City, the only walled city in North America other than Mexico,make a great idea for weekend getaway.

Top Quebec national parks are La Mauricie National Park and Jacques-Cartier National Park. Jacques-Cartier National Park is only 30 minutes of drive from Quebec City, and is a paradise for the outdoor lover. Boasting green forests and rolling hills the park offers a wide range of activities, including kayaking, canoeing, hiking, fishing, snowshoeing, skiing and more.  

La Mauricie National Park is a short drive from both Montreal or Quebec City known for its Saint-Lawrence River and the Laurentian Mountains. The park offers plenty of trails for hiking and cycling, lakes for canoeing and swimming, picnic areas and many more. National park glamping in Quebec is a great way to explore the great outdoors, with a style and luxury. The best skiing destination in Quebec is Mont Tremblant with over 100 ski trails.

Quebec is home to some extraordinary sites and all types of rentals from Quebec cabin stays, glamping Mont Tremblant, pod camping Quebec, best camping near Montreal, winter glamping in Quebec, yurt rental and more. When Glamping Quebec you can enjoy the best alternatives to Airbnb and 5 star hotel stays. 

5 Cool Glamping Quebec Sites

Here are the top 5 Glamping Quebec destinations for you to choose from:

1. Huttopia Quebec 

Huttopia Quebec glamping experience in the middle of the stunning forest at the bottom of Mont Sutton is an ideal place to relax and unwind just 90 minutes of drive from Montreal. Huttopia site has a wide range of glamping accommodations for you to choose, from different types of tents, camping sites, tiny houses and chalets.

The Trappeur, most popular one, and The Canadienne tent, inspired by the lifestyle of trappers, sleep up to 5 people and come with 2 bedrooms, kitchen, dining area, bathroom, wooden terrace, picnic table and a fire pit. 

The  Bonaventure sleeps 2 and is ideal for a romantic getaway.  This cosy tent comes with one queen bed, a small kitchen area, wooden terrace, a picnic table, and a fire pit. 

Huttopia Chalets can accommodate up to 6 people and are equipped with 2 bedrooms with queen and single beds, bathroom with shower and toilet, living area with a sofa bed, wood or gas stove, dining area, kitchenette and outside space with picnic table and fire pit.

Huttopia Quebec offers camping sites for tents with an electric hookup, a picnic table and a fire pit. 

Over 70 accommodation units on-site are arranged so that everyone has their own privacy. Huttopia has a heated pool, on-site restaurant and organizes family activities.

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Guest review: “We truly enjoyed our time in snowy Sutton. The woods were covered with at least a foot of fresh powder when we arrived. The cabin was easy to access, and our cabin had a large sled to transport our gear from our car to the cabin.  We had a lovely “tiny house” which had ample room for four, adequate amenities for breakfast, snacks, etc, warm showers, and a wood stove for a fire.  The cabin was plenty warm which was greatly appreciated because it was -5 in the mornings. Huttopia has access to a hotel with a nice bar and good food which is just a short drive or a chilly walk away.”

2. Glamping Mont-Tremblant  

One of the top Glamping Mont-Tremblant spots is Bel Air Bubble Hotel Tremblant, offering stays in luxury domes, pods and chalets. For more info on their stunning choice of accommodations visit the link below.

Bel Air Tremblant features a spa, jacuzzi, bistro, restaurant, gym, yoga studio, theater room, kids playroom, outdoor pool, tennis and basketball court.

Onsite activities in the summer include zip lining, archery, mini animal farm, electric fat bike tours, paddleboard SUP and kayaking.

Winter activities include dog sledding, zip-line, snowshoeing, cross country skiing, snowmobiling, and ice skating.

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Guest review: “Beautiful setting and great houses. Very conveniently located. Awesome perks all located within the BELAIR property include: the clubhouse, the delicious Sushi restaurant, the café, the convenience store and the farm with its animals.”

3. Dome Camping in Quebec 

Parc Aventures Cap Jaseux offers some of the best dome camping in Quebec. The dome sleeps 4 and is located in an isolated area overlooking Fjord du Saguenay and is great for stargazing at night.

The dome is fully equipped and comes with a 1 queen bed and a flip-flop, kitchen table and chairs, lighting, heating and ventilation. Outside of the dome there’s an eco-toilet, kitchen with stove and basic kitchen utensils and a common fire area. You need to bring your own food and bedding or rent one from the property.

Cap Jaseux offers a wide range of fun activities from hiking, fishing, swimming or kayaking to mushroom and wild plant picking and Fjord Marine’s shuttles.

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Guest review: “My husband and I reserved the Dome to spend just one night inside this natural park. The view from the Dome was nice and watching stars from your bed was amazing. We found all the facilities we needed to cook and wash. Just a magic experience!”

4. Glamping near Quebec City

Now you can go glamping near Quebec City in this stunning yurt near the Poulin Lake. The site is just 20 minutes of drive from Quebec City where you can enjoy scenic views, hiking and cross-country skiing.

The yurt sleeps 4 and is great for small families or groups of friends looking for a quick escape from city life. The yurt is equipped with a sofa bed and 2 single beds, a kitchen, a toilet with a sink, a dining area, and a fireplace. 

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Guest review: “Staying in the yurt was an amazing experience. The property is secluded, so you need a car to arrive and leave. There’s a beautiful waterfall and a lake nearby. I’d recommend it if you’re looking for a relaxing place to get back to nature.”

5. Quebec Yurt Rental in the middle of the Forest

Les Racines du P’tit Isidore is a perfect glamping spot located in the middle of the forest Rouyn-Noranda close to the Aiguebelle National Park. 

The yurt sleeps 4 and is great for a family trip, friends reunion or a romantic getaway. It comes with a double bed and sofa bed,  kitchenette, a private bathroom and  a patio with stunning views of Kinojevis River. 

The site is a great base for exploring the Aiguebelle National Park. If you are looking for peace of mind, nature and serenity, then this yurt in the middle of the forest is a perfect choice for you.

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Guest review: “Our first yurt experience was fantastic! The owner is very welcoming and courteous. We were there while the temperature dropped to -35c at night. They provided sufficient wood logs to burn. Very cozy, warm and clean place, 5 minutes driving from Aiguebelle National Park. The view from the dome was stunning. We had a great time there!”

Quebec is truly a unique place and if you want to discover its natural beauties during your holidays in Quebec, glamping is the way to go. You can still enjoy being close to nature but with comfort and modern amenities. 


Have you been glamping in Quebec and stayed in awesome accommodations I didn’t mention in my list? If so, let me know in the comments. I’d love to add them to my list.



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