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Located on Route 389, a little over an hour from Manic-5, the Uapishka Station is the perfect place to immerse yourself in Innu culture and discover the many features of a northern experience that is one of a kind in Canada! A true hub of backcountry activities and the mainstay of the facilities, the Uapishka Station will open its doors wide to you, whether you have reached your destination or are simply passing through. Welcome to the wonderful world of Uapishka!

Are you one of those people who thrive on authenticity and aspire to visit places where most people have not yet set foot? Does spending the night next to one of the largest meteorite impact craters visible on Earth spark your curiosity?

Vue étoilée, de nuit en dehors d'un hébergement Kuesseutsuap

Amenities and facilities

  • Three meals per day (including a boxed lunch)

  • Sanitary block facilities

  • Conference room (by reservation)

  • Lounge

  • Reception area

  • Rooms

Capacity

  • 8 rooms with a single bed

  • 4 rooms with a double bed

  • 2 rooms with a double bed and a single bed

  • 1 room with 2 single beds

Included

  • Set of towels

  • Bedding

  • Wireless Internet

Responsible energy consumption

This energy is an invaluable commodity, so we trust that you will use it wisely.

Find all the answers to your most frequent questions in our FAQ.

Although completely self-sufficient from an energy standpoint, the Uapishka Station is powered by a generator. However, thanks to research, it is also equipped with experimental and innovative hybrid energy production and supply systems (wind energy, solar energy and forest biomass).

Keep in mind

  • Bathrooms are shared.

  • There is no refrigerator in the rooms or the possibility to cook anywhere in the inn.

  • Laundry ($10)

  • Check-in: 3 p.m.

  • Check-out: 10 a.m.

  • Internet is available, but it is slow, limited and only accessible at the host building.

The Uapishka story begins with an inn, the place where the Uapishka Station activities and operations converge. The site is a peaceful place for convening and discoveries. The unique architecture of the building highlights the full splendour of the landscape; but it is through the local inhabitants’ friendliness that you will fully immerse yourself in the wonderful world of Uapishka. Located at the heart of Nitassinan, the ancestral territory of the Innu, the inn has become a focal point where everyone, and particularly the Innu people, feel right at home!

Availability

January 20 to April 17 and June 24 to October 17

Rate

From $185 per night, meals included

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Staying at the inn

Cabin stay

Amenities and facilities

  • 4 single beds

  • Fully equipped kitchenette

  • Martin brand propane stove and oven kit

  • 3-cubic-foot mini refrigerator

  • One 10-litre drinking water container

  • Electricity

  • Wood-burning stove and firewood

  • Sanitary block and other services available at the host building located 200 m away

Keep in mind

  • Bedding (bring along)

  • Towels (bring along)

  • Laundry ($10)

  • Check-in: 3 p.m.

  • Check-out: 10 a.m.

A wooden prospector camp, the Kuesseutsuap (also called the fisherman's house) is an ideal shelter before you set out on your hike or fishing trip. It is perfect for budget-conscious travel groups or those for whom adventure outweighs the comforts of home. As a bonus, pets are welcome.

Find all the answers to your most frequent questions in our FAQ.

Kuesseutsuap 

Availability

June 1 to October 17

Rate

From $135 per night

Capacity

4 people

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Amenities and facilities

  • 8 single beds (2 rooms, 4 bunk beds per room)

  • Fully equipped kitchenette

  • Standard refrigerator and kitchen range

  • One 10-litre drinking water container

  • Electricity

  • Wood-burning stove and firewood

  • Sanitary block and other services available at the host building located 75 m away

Keep in mind

  • Bedding (bring along)

  • Towels (bring along)

  • Laundry ($10)

  • Check-in: 3 p.m.

  • Check-out: 10 a.m.

Cabin designed to accommodate a group of up to eight people. Popular with snowmobilers and workers, this is an ideal setting to get together and share good times after a busy day. The common rooms are located at each end, while the living space is in the middle of the cabin with a layout not unlike that of a trailer. As a bonus, pets are welcome. Kaneshekat is a Innu name for the mountains with their peaks now making up the islands of the Manicouagan Crater Lake. 

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Kaneshekat 

Availability

Year round

Rate

From $275 per night

Capacity

8 people

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Amenities and facilities

  • 1 queen size bed (on mezzanine, accessible by ladder) and a sofa bed (double or two singles)

  • Bedding and towels (provided)

  • Fully equipped kitchenette

  • Propane hot plate with 2 burners

  • Small 1.6-cubic foot refrigerator

  • Solar and propane heating (provided)

  • Shower and toilet

  • Outdoor fireplace

Keep in mind

  • Laundry ($10)

  • Check-in: 3 p.m.

  • Check-out: 10 a.m.

  • Pets are not allowed.

  • Internet available at the host building only

  • Backup electrical system only (limited)

You want to get away from it all and enjoy all sorts of home comforts? Noorvik is the ideal accommodation to take full advantage of the Uapishka (Groulx) Mountains. Fully equipped and contemporary, this entirely self-sufficient tiny house is located near the beach, in an intimate setting featuring a splendid view of the Manicouagan Crater Lake. Note that the space is tight.

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Noorvik

Availability

January 20 to April 17 and June 24 to October 17

Rate

From $225 per night*

*Minimum of 2 nights

Capacity

2 adults and 1 child or 1 adult and 2 children

Chalet Noorvik

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Amenities and facilities

  • 1 double sofa bed

  • Fully equipped kitchenette

  • Martin brand propane stove and oven kit

  • Small 4.8-cubic foot refrigerator with freezer

  • One 10-litre drinking water container

  • Electricity

    Propane heater (provided)

    Sanitary block and other services available at the host building located 200 m away

Keep in mind

  • Bedding (bring along)

  • Towels (bring along)

  • Laundry ($10)

  • Check-in: 3 p.m.

  • Check-out: 10 a.m.

  • Pets are not allowed.

  • Minimum of 2 nights

Does sleeping in a container converted into a cabin with a modern look tickle your fancy? Entirely built in collaboration with Maison Oxygène,* this lodging will let you fully enjoy the peacefulness of nature. Tuuk is the Innu word for caribou.

*Maison Oxygène offers support to fathers who wish to develop, strengthen, or preserve their relationship with their child(ren).

​Find all the answers to your most frequent questions in our FAQ.

Tuuk 

Availability

January 20 to April 17 and June 24 to October 17

Rate

From $200 per night*

*Minimum of 2 nights

Capacity

2 people

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Accommodation
at camping

Amenities and facilities

  • Access to the sanitary block in the host building located 1.8 km away

  • Wireless Internet at the host building

Keep in mind

  • Nights can be very cold. The temperature can drop below zero in June and August; you need to gear up with this in mind.

  • There are a lot of flies between June 24 and September 1.

  • Laundry ($10)

  • Check-in: 3 p.m.

  • Check-out: 10 a.m.

Whether you dream of falling asleep to the sound of the waves of the Manicouagan Crater Lake or while listening to the whispers of the forest, the Station campground is designed to make you feel alone together. Whether you are an adventurer with a tent or an RV traveller, you will be welcomed with open arms. And if you are lucky, on a clear day, you can contemplate the celestial sphere and maybe even witness the dance of the northern lights.

​Find all the answers to your most frequent questions in our FAQ.

Unserviced camping 

Availability

Year round (however, there can be snow until the end of May)

Rate

$25 per tent

Capacity

6 tents, 3 RVs

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Amenities and facilities

  • Stove

  • Floor mats

  • Cooking kit

  • Wood stove and firewood

  • Sanitary block and other services available at the host building located 1.8 km away

Keep in mind

  • Sleeping bags and pillows (bring along)

  • Laundry ($10)

  • Check-in: 3 p.m.

  • Check-out: 10 a.m.

Formerly dependent on hunting and gathering, the Innu migrated from the St. Lawrence River to the backcountry as the seasons changed. Shaputuans, traditional Innu tents, was where the people gathered to tell of mythical stories which have become today’s legends. There is no better way to take in the magnificent smell of the forest!

​Find all the answers to your most frequent questions in our FAQ.

Small shaputuan (ready-to-camp)

Availability

June 24 to October 15

Rate

From $115 per night*

*Minimum of 2 nights

Capacity

2 people

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Amenities and facilities

  • Stove

  • Floor mats

  • Cooking kit

  • Wood stove and firewood

  • Sanitary block and other services available at the host building located 1.8 km away

Keep in mind

  • Sleeping bags and pillows (bring along)

  • Laundry ($10)

  • Check-in: 3 p.m.

  • Check-out: 10 a.m.

In the quiet of the forest, enjoy a rustic experience in a prospector tent.

​Find all the answers to your most frequent questions in our FAQ.

Prospector tent (ready-to-camp)

Availability

June 24 to October 15

Rate

From $115 per night*

*Minimum of 2 nights

Capacity

2 people and 1 child