Stop off in Chambord in the Lac-Saint-Jean region and be magically transported back to the authentic company town of Val-Jalbert in the 1920s. Visit the convent, post office, general store and pulp mill, chat with colourful period characters, and immerse yourselves in the daily lives of working families of the time.
Come evening, in the silence of the campground in its wooded site along the Ouiatchouan River, you will remember the breathtaking Ouiatchouan Falls that once ran the factory's machinery, and are now a major tourist attraction, bringing new life to the old village...
- Convenience store
- Dumping station
- Shelter with picnic table
- Children's playground
- Heated outdoor pool (in season)
- Water games
- Numerous activities available on site
- Hiking trails
- Visit to the historic village ($)
95, rue Saint-Georges, Chambord, (QC)
(Translated by Google) A vast camping area in a very, very wooded campsite with perfect comfort. The river with rocking music, A small schack for small appetites, a swimming pool for children, wood for the evenings, the proximity of the blueberry house for gifts, and the proximity to the Val Jalbert site perfect for being able to walk to the Ghost Village as many times as you want.