Proud Grand Prix winners of the 2007 Quebec Tourism Awards (Grands Prix du Tourisme québécois) which recognizes the efforts and initiative of people working in the tourism industry
One thousand acres of natural parkland provides a breathtaking backdrop to our 158 campsites. A natural park with loads of shade and woodland, this is the ideal spot for campers looking for a little privacy. If you love nature, this is the place to be, as deer and squirrel openly accept campers into their environment. Our two private Lakes, Moore Lake and Serpent Lake, are perfect for group getaways and ensure privacy and togetherness.
The park's community centre is ideal place for many familyoriented activities, such as crafts, games and our library. A children's playground provides hours of activity, while parents and older kids can enjoy volleyball, horseshoes, tennis and basketball. Occasionally, horseback riding is offered as a special summer adventure. Leslie park also is visited by Mr & Mrs Clause at Christmas in July.
Trout and bass are in abundance on Leslie Lake. Guests are free to explore the lake using paddle boats, canoes and kayaks, all of which can be rented at the park. A 1,800foot supervised, sandy beach is a great spot to play and swim. Four kilometers of hiking trails provide a scenic walkaround Moore Lake. The trail is also accessible to those wishing to cycle.
Showers, laundry facilities, a baby change station and pay phone. The small convenience store carries ice, firewood,
propane and other goods important to making your stay more comfortable. Both
tent and trailer campers are welcome.
Domestic animals are permitted on the campground however, the rules must be respected by all campers and visitors. see rules...
Two constructed 16’ x 20’ square pine log cabins situated on the Park’s beautiful lakefront. Each cabin has a fully equipped kitchen, bath, two small bedrooms that can sleep up to 4 people, a large screen porch giving a spectacular view of early morning sunrise or evening sunset. Ideal for that special romantic weekend. see more ...