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.
1300-1320, rang des Venne
Saint-Côme, J0K 2B0
Phone : 1 514 972-2341
On 200 acres of land surrounded by the Laurentian Mountains, located near the sinuous Rivière l’Assomption and twenty kilometers from Parc du Mont Tremblant entrance (Assomption area), the Gollé Goulu has seven ready-to-camp 4 seasons units, including a yurt and a Witente, rustic campsites and a few serviced sites for small vans and tent trailers (or very small RVs). At the Gollé Goulu, there are 10 kilometers of accessible pathways and hiking trail in the forest for walking and snowshoeing. Another attraction: “le Jardin du Goulu” where campers can buy ecological vegetables and fruits.