Tremblant Treehouses at Les Refuges Perchés, a 4-season, treehouse camping getaway in a protected regional parc, on the shores of a pristine lake.
Imagine the view from your treehouse; where adults can feel like kids again and children's dreams of sleeping in a treehouse can come true. Immerse yourself in nature and fresh air without foregoing the creature comforts of home. Stroll down to the lake for a refreshing dip, cast a rod with your kids, float out on a canoe, picnic off a warm rock, or just hang out. In the wintertime, take a snowshoe hike on some of the vast network of trails, or get cosy by the fire.
Our Tremblant Treehouses are nestled on the edge of a lake in a 2000 acre protected regional park, Parc Eco des Laurentides, with 36km of walking trails, 4 lakes, wetlands and a 1km boardwalk crossing a lake providing magnificent views, and a large gazebo to picnic.
Our 10 waterfront treehouses are perched in a wilderness camping setting, set apart from one another, providing privacy yet only a 12 to 20 minute walk (200 to 800 meters) from the reception Pavillion, pedestrian or water access only. Canoe or baggage carts or sleds are provided and in warmer months canoes can be rented.
On the site, you can enjoy:
- hiking trails - canoeing - swimming - snow shoeing - fishing.
Dogs are welcome in the treehouses, on the site, and on the hiking trails if on a leash.