“glamping” at the Gollé Goulu
in Saint-Côme

In Saint-Côme, Lanaudière, the Gollé Goulu offers a one-of-a-kind lodging experience for every taste, from the most adventurous ones to the most curious ones. At the Gollé Goulu, you can sleep, walk around and, depending on the season, enjoy the fruits grown there.

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Nourishing Land

The Gollé Goulu is before anything else 200 acres of land surrounded by the Laurentian Mountains, and then a family project guided by a double vision: enhancing biodiversity and welcoming the people who wish, for a few days, to get back to nature. The Gollé forest, which means “valley located between two mountains”, is the perfect place to go for a walk and have a “forest bath”, to visit the orchard-garden, to make discoveries and enjoy delicious food, and to stay in a lodge, relax and contemplate life.

On-site Activities

At the Gollé Goulu, there are about 10 kilometres of accessible pathways and hiking trails in the forest for walking or snowshoeing. The Pierres Blanches Trail, which begins near the reception, goes all the way to the national trail (Swaggin River Trail) toward the Mont Tremblant and Chute-à-Bull Parks. During the winter, the fishing pond turns into a skating rink and the field, where bees gather pollen and goldenrods bloom during the summer, into cross-country ski trails and snow slides for both grownups and children.

Back to Basics

Located near the sinuous Assomption River, twenty kilometres from the Mont Tremblant Park’s entrance (Assomption area) and an hour and a half from Montreal, the Gollé Goulu has seven ready-to-camp units, including a yurt and a Witente, rustic camping sites with sandboxes for your tent, and a few serviced sites for small vans and tent trailers (or very small RVs). The ecolodges and small RV sites are accessible by car and the camping sites are accessible on foot. Nature and hygge lovers: welcome to our “country camping”!

Outdoor Recreation

A wide variety of outdoor activities are offered nearby: canoeing on the Assomption River, alpine skiing, fishing in outfitters, rock climbing, mountain biking, fat biking, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing on a large network of trails.

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Camping area for tents:

During the warm season, you can set up your tent on a semi-wild, rustic campsite.


Campsites for tent trailers and small Rvs or mini-vans:

During the warm season (or the cool one), you can set up your tent trailer or park your mini-van or RV on a semi-wild, rustic site.


Glamping in mini-cabins or four-season tents:

Surrounded by the forest of the Laurentian Mountains, the Gollé Goulu welcomes guests throughout all four seasons in its seven unique small lodges. At any time of the year, guests can stay in the Gollé Goulu’s yurt or Witente and enjoy a comforting and revitalizing nature bath.





Goulu’s herbal teas

For those who don’t know, the Goulu garden, in the heart of the Gollé Goulu country campsite, is an orchard-potager, home to fruit trees large and small, annual and perennial vegetables. The trees and shrubs are accompanied by an ...



Camping in November

With November and December, we enter pre-winter, one of the six seasons of Aboriginal culture… and if you take a closer look, it’s true that in November, in Quebec, we’re not so much in autumn as we are in winter. Altho...



The last vegetables in the garden…

The chilly autumn weather calls for the warmth of a fire, meals shared with friends, and evenings spent playing board games or reading. Le Gollé Goulu’s little chalets are perfect for greeting the cold weather, cooking a good meal...


Soaking up the moment

Creating fond memories



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