Q : Is it possible to camp on the islands or the territory?
A : We have more than 60 wild campgrounds that are scattered across the site and the islands. A temporary stay (5 nights or less) is permitted where clearly indicated. Otherwise, camping is prohibited. Camping
Q : Are there a pricing for camping for the 2018 season?
A: The pricing is here: Pricing
Q: Is it possible to camp with a trailer on the land?
A: Yes . Spaces were maintained for this type of camping. For the 2018 season , camping will be allowed from May 15 to September 30. Temporary camping 5 nights or less is allowed where signaling suggests. In other cases , the site is prohibited. Camping
Q: Is it possible to live on a campsite more than 5 days ?
A: No. A limit of 5 days was set up to allow everyone the opportunity to enjoy the sites. In addition, the park is not fitted with equipment used to empty septic systems trailers . The trailer will have to leave the park after 5 days to drain them . It will be possible to return for another stay in the park after the drain has been completed. Camping
Q : Are pets allowed on the site?
A : Yes, we are more than pleased to welcome visitors as well as their pets. Thank you for keeping your dog on a leash at all times and for collecting its faeces and disposing of it accordingly.
Q : Are there public boat launchings?
A : Yes. A public launching ramp is available in the sector of Sainte-Véronique, on the Montée Miron as well as at the Pourvoirie Cécaurel. Another ramp is available at the Pourvoirie Gîte du Nounours, north of Sainte-Véronique.
Q : Is it possible to rent watercraft or boat?
A : The Pourvoirie Cécaurel and the Pouvoirie Gîte du Nounours offer rentals of canoes, kayaks as well as rowboats.
Q : Can we go hunting and fishing?
A : Every year we welcome numerous hunters and fishermen. Thank you for respecting the catch quotas as well as the periods fixed by the law. You will find maps as well as a complete fishing supply shop at the Pourvoirie Cécaurel.
Q : Who does manage the park?
A : The Kiamika Reservoir Development Corporation is taking care of the park management. Furthermore, park patrollers as well as wildlife officers are out on the territory every day. Should you have any questions or reporting, please do not hesitate to refer to them.

If you have any questions before you decide to come and discover the Kiamika Regional Park wonders, do not hesitate to contact us!