Ready-to-camp - Rivière Éternité

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4.4 / 5 - 17 reviews


  • kitchenette
  • parking
  • swimming pool
  • Wi-Fi
  • restaurant
  • gym
  • Charging station
  • laundry


Try camping in a Ready-to-camp tent in Saguenay Fjord National Park (Rivière Éternité Sector). This majestic but little-known park will take your breath away and leave you with unforgettable memories, while the marine animals provide a unique show for your enjoyment.

You don't think you're a camper at heart, or you love camping but you didn't bring your camping gear with you on your Canadian vacation? You don't sleep well on the ground, you're afraid of being cold, or you think it's too much hassle to go camping with the kids?

The Ready-to-camp tent is the answer! This option is ideal for families, couples, and friends alike. The concept is simple, original and exclusive to Parcs Québec national parks. No need to set anything up or bring any gear; your tent is already set and fully equipped when you arrive. Just relax and enjoy!

  • Access to washroom facilities with toilets and showers ($)
  • Firewood for sale ($)
  • Interpretation activities offered on location
  • Hiking trails
  • Boat rental ($)

Feuille verte Eco-friendly accomodation : This hotel makes significant efforts to reduce its environmental impact by promoting their sustainability policies with their guests. 

Chalet type


91, rue Notre Dame, Rivière Éternité, (QC)

Travel reviews

Travel reviews

4.4 / 5 according to 17 reviews
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We liked very much the Prêt-à-Camper formule!

Anonymous Monday July 30, 2018

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A great family memory

Virginie Jouvenelle Tuesday July 26, 2022

(Translated by Google) Of course, the kids love it! Make your wood fire, your evening roasted marshmallows... it's very clean and comfortable. To do !

Discovery of the fjords on a hike, very well received on our arrival before recovering our accommodation in a tent.

François Aubry Tuesday July 5, 2022

(Translated by Google) Very nice hikes around to gain height and admire the fjords from above.