Our campsite is close to the main tourist attractions of the area. It is 20 minutes from the town of Rouyn-Noranda. We offer a range of services for a comfortable stay, all in a trendy nature. The campsite is located near Lake Kanasuta and 3 marinas with dock rentals. Animals are accepted on the campsite sites. The opening of the land is from May 15 to September 13. Opening hours are 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. The gate is closed between 11 p.m. and 7 a.m.
Kanasuta Lake is actually a cluster of eight lakes, located between Rouyn-Noranda and the Ontario border, just north of the watershed. The three main lakes are Berthenet, Desvaux and Dasserat Lakes.
The cluster of these three lakes, nicknamed Lake Kanasuta, is served by three main rivers: the Kanasuta River, the Clarice River and the Dasserat River.
The lake is renowned for its water and fishing quality, its many islands, and its resort.
168 green and user-friendly locations!
In total, the Kanasuta campsite has 168 pitches spread out so that everyone enjoys their privacy while enjoying all the services nearby. In addition to basic services such as laundry, showers, toilets and others, our campers can use the play and relaxation areas reserved exclusively for them.
- 133 with 3 services 30 amps
21 with 3 services 50 amps
5 sites for tents in the mountains with 2 services
4 cabins ready to camp with 3 services
3 Glamp tents ready to camp with 2 services
1 with 2 services 30 amps
A hybrid trailer ready to camp
2 toilet blocks (disabled people)
Rent kayaks, pedal boats and canoes
Chill House (adult recreation room)
Playground for cabbage tips (sand square, play modules and cottage)
Playground swings, slide and pear ball
5,000 square foot indoor multisport centre with: Tennis, badminton, basketball, hockey, in-line roller skating, soccer etc.
Big play module for young and old
Homes and tables
3 marinas nearby
Restaurant Chez Victor a short walk from the campground
Additional parking for a second car or boat ($)
Playroom (three non-paying games, air-hockey, table soccer (baby-football), ping-pong table.
Games of pockets and rings
Camping in a tent in the mountains (panoramic view)
Worms and leeches