Summer Camps Mont-Tremblant

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In many Canadians minds Mont Tremblant is synonymous with skiing, and that’s understandable. That said, skiing is, in some senses, just the beginning of the activities available in the area. Because of tourism, the area has had a unique opportunity to develop a range of programming, and across all of the seasons. Today, Mont Tremblant hosts hiking, cycling, canoeing, fishing, golfing, ziplines, and a host of other outdoor activities. Read more

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  • Music (multi)
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  • Leadership (multi)
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Camp Nominingue   


  • Traditional (multi activity)
  • Overnight Camp, Virtual Program

An English boys' camp in Quebec, Nominingue offers the ultimate outdoor experience: living in a tent with the opportunity of going on wilderness canoe trips. It is the place where your summer adventure begins! Read more...

  • Ages 7 to 16
  • Boys
  • from $845

Camp Mère Clarac   


  • Traditional (multi activity)
  • Overnight Camp, Program

Located on the banks of Rivière Ouareau, we have a magnificent 115 acres of land (making it one of the most beautiful campsites in Quebec) with unique and safe facilities, and 25 activities conducted in French! Read more...

  • Ages 5 to 16
  • Coed, Girls, Boys
  • from $475

The overnight camps located here reflect all of that, beginning with a strong foundation in the traditional camp experience augmented by the various adventure activities that the region affords.  Also here are some good day camp options, offering sessions in a range of outdoor and sports activities.

The culture of the region is a draw for many families as well, with camps offering opportunities for language learning through truly authentic immersive experience. The natural beauty of the Laurentians, of course, provides a stunning backdrop to all of it. 


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