About us

Parc Leslie Campground

Located in Otter Lake, Quebec. In the heart of the Pontiac region.

One thousand acres of natural parkland provide a breathtaking backdrop to our 204 campsites. A natural park with lots of shade and woodland is ideal for campers looking for privacy. If you love nature, this is the place to be, as deer and squirrels openly accept campers into their environment.


***2024 Online booking reservations are now available by clicking on this website (link located at the top right side of this page), by emailing: reservation@parcleslie.com or phone (819) 306-7382.

Grand Prix winners of the 2007 and 2014 Quebec Tourism Awards (Grands Prix du Tourisme Quebecois) and winners of today's Builders of Camping Quebec 2015, which recognizes the efforts of the entrepreneurs and initiatives of people working in the tourism industry.

Les grands prix de tourisme du Québecois 2007

Fishing, Swimming, Hiking and More

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 1,800 foot supervised, sandy beach is a great spot to play and swim.


****Important note: Sea-doo or jet type watercraft : Because of the size of the lake (safety) quietness and environmental protection,  we do not allow the launching of this type of watercraft.

Pet friendly!

Domestic animals are permitted on the campground however we have designated areas and the rules must be respected by all campers and visitors. See the rules

Look no further, we have it all!

Parc Leslie offers 204 campsites complete with picnic table and fire pit. Nearby you will find a children’s playground, shower and laundry facilities, pay phone and convenience store. We carry ice, firewood, propane and other goods important to making your stay more comfortable.

We also offer equipment rentals such as canoes, kayaks, pedal boats and row boats and docking for you own boat. 10.00/day or 60.00/week

Hiking trails

Four kilometers of hiking trails provide a scenic walk around Moore Lake.The trail is also accessible to those wishing to cycle.