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Parc National de Frontenac

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Parc National de Frontenac

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We stayed in the Saint Daniel section (North East) of the lake. The camping sites are about 7km from the registration building/beach. The park is very quiet, lots of trees around the sites. Our online reservation stated that our site only had 15Amp, but was actually 30. We
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We were there for 3 nights and we had a wonderful time here. My friend, our 2 dogs and myself stayed at Riviere aux bleuets, F136 site. The site are well space between and enought privacy. We also canoe in the Baie aux Rats Musqués for half a day. Stop at some beach on the way
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I've found Quebec's national parks to be ideal for family trips up from New England, in good part because of the Huttopia tents you can rent, which combine aspects of a cabin with a tent, and also because I find Quebec to be a very interesting and vast place to explore. Many
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We had a wonderful time here. My wife, our five-year-old son and I stayed in a Huttopia, which is a fully-furnished tent, and great for families. All you need to provide is your food and sleeping bags. We also canoe-camped to the Balbuzard Island which was amazing, although
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Drove to Frontenac a couple of weeks ago to go kayaking. The park, like so many other national parks, is beautiful! It seems to be well-kept, and staff were friendly. However when we got to the front desk and mentioned we wanted to kayak, we were immediately directed to a
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