Parks of the St. Lawrence is one of the largest tourism destinations in Eastern Ontario. Whether it be a camping getaway, a road trip through Eastern Ontario, exploring the picturesque landscapes, or hiking through our extensive trails!
All campers must create a profile in order to make a reservation.
Discover our campgrounds, choose your site, and start planning your adventure!
Once you've decided which campsite you'd like to visit, complete your reservation!
There are countless activities, hikes, landscapes, and road trips to be explored while camping with us!
NOTE: All discounts will be applied during check-in.
McLaren (and Hoople): May 19 to October 9, 2023
Woodlands: May 19 to October 9, 2023
Mille Roches (and Lock 21): May 19 to September 11, 2023
This is only a summary of basic rules based upon the regulations and by-laws made under the authority of the St. Lawrence Parks Commission (SLPC) Act. For a complete description, please refer to this Act, Regulation 1023 and the SLPC By-Laws. These documents are available for examination at the Park Office or The St. Lawrence Parks Commission Administration Building (13740 County Road 2, Morrisburg, Ontario, K0C 1X0). The penalty for violation of the laws that apply in the Parks of the St. Lawrence parks may be eviction from the park or a fine imposed by the Courts or both.
During the peak camping season, guests who book any night that falls during a minimum stay period must create a reservation that respects the 2-night or 3-night applicable minimum. In addition to the night(s) that fall during the minimum stay period, the reservation can include dates leading up to, including, or following the minimum stay dates in order to meet the minimum night requirement.
There is a TWO-NIGHT minimum stay applicable on stays that include:
A guest who is reserving a Friday or Saturday night during these periods, dates must include at least two nights in their reservation.
There is a THREE-NIGHT minimum stay applicable on stays that include:
A guest who is making a reservation which includes a Friday, Saturday or Sunday night during these periods, must include at least three nights in their stay.
Please note that our normal cancellation policy is currently in effect. Only medical emergencies, hospitalization or death will be considered extenuating circumstances when requesting full refunds.
Under extenuating circumstances, campers may be eligible for a refund of cancellation fees. Extenuating circumstances do not include conditions such as weather, environmental, power outages beyond our control, high insect populations, etc.
If you feel you warrant a refund due to extenuating circumstances, please complete the online application form. St Lawrence Parks will contact you via email within 14 business days from the date of submission to advise the status of your application. There are no refunds for early departures during minimum stay periods.
Please view the following video tutorial to help set up your account, a necessary step before you reserve a campsite.
The campground maps have been updated to reflect changes to services and amenities. The maps are a great way to familiarize yourself with the campsites and where you may wish to reserve.