An up-to-date version of an ancient lifestyle emblem, the yurt is a popular option at Massif du Sud regional park. Combining charm and rusticity, this traditional nomad housing from Central Asia will charm you.

A round tent with an insulated floor, our yurt is equipped with windows to provide a lot of natural light and allow you to feel part of nature. Its round shape gives an intimate feeling to your evenings of stargazing through the skylight.

Virtual tour

Virtual tour

Take a tour of the yurt

The Massif du Sud regional park’s yurt is furnished with a wood stove (wood included), four single bunk beds with mattresses, a kitchen counter, a gas stove with oven (propane tank included), cooking amenities for meal preparation and service, table and chairs. We provide drinking water for your needs* and there is also water access in front of the yurt, in the Milieu river. A dry toilet is located nearby and regular toilets and showers are located in the visitor center.

*We provide 10 liters of water per night, all delivered on the first day of your stay.  Those needing more water for their stay can refill their container at the visitor center.

Occupancy: The yurt is designed for 4 people and can accommodate a maximum of 6 people without any additional fees. In that case, you must bring sleeping pads for the extra occupants.

Location of the yurt

Located 3 km from the visitor center, where you must park your vehicle, the yurt is accessible only on foot. It is set by the Milieu river, on the D trail (see trail map). We provide a cart (summer) or a sled (winter) to carry your luggage from the parking lot to your accomodation.


ACCOMODATIONExclusive useAvailable during winterMattress, cooking amenities and drinking waterGas stoveDistance from a parking lot (summer)OccupancyDogs allowedRegular priceReduced priceAdditional person fee 
YurtYesYesYesYes2,5 km4 to 6Yes$ 109,00$ 89,00---Reserve online

See the complete price list for more information. A minimum of two (2) nights is required during the high season (weekends, holidays, Christmas and New Year period, spring break and construction holidays).

What to bring?

To make the best of your stay, we suggest you bring the following items:

  • Sleeping bags and pillows;
  • Food;
  • Headlamp or flashlight;
  • Tea towels

8 Coffee cups
8 Glasses
8 Plates
8 Bowls
1 Pot with lid 3.2 liters
1 Pot with lid 1.3 liters
1 Frying pan 12’’
1 Stainless steel stockpot 16 pints
1 Salad bowl
1 Cutting board
1 Paring knife
1 Chef's knife
1 Scissors
1 Grater
1 Spatula
1 Salad tongs
1 Strainer
1 Ladle
1 Wooden spoon
1 French press coffee/tea maker
8 Tablespoons
8 Teaspoons
8 Knives
8 Forks
1 Can opener
1 Gas stove with 2 burners
1 Camp stove toaster
1 Kettle
1 Corkscrew
1 Dishwashing liquid
1 Dish mop and scrubbing pad
1 Lantern