Even though winter seems never-ending this year, we shouldn't throw away our summer outfits and air conditioners just yet. Really, now is the time to start preparing for the warmer months. Especially since we're all having January blues right about now, doing a bit of summer vacation planning would do everyone some good.
TL;DR Parc Régional du Poisson Blanc gives you the opportunity to rent your own private island 3 hours from Montreal. During low season, the park charges $45/night for one tent. The island is only accessible by boat, and dogs are welcome in the park. More details below.
Because this winter has been so dreadful, summer 2019 definitiely needs to make up for it. So, what better way to enjoy the sunny and warm season than to go on a mini getaway to your very own tiny island?
Fortunately, you won't have to travel by plane to reach your oasis. In fact, Parc Régional Poisson Blanc is only a 3-hour drive from Montreal. So even though you'll feel like you're in a completely different part of the world, you can still make this the most incredible weekend getaway ever!
Seriously, look at this place! It's hard to believe you don't even have to leave Quebec to get here.
The park gives you the opportunity to rent an entire island for you and your friends. Your island is only accessible by boat, meaning you'll have a completely isolated and serene experience the entire stay.
Surprisingly, renting your own private island happens to be pretty cheap considering you have the whole place to yourself! The park charges per tent and depending on if you're staying during low or high season, prices vary a bit.
If you happen to be visiting during the low season, vacationing on the island will only cost you $45/night for one tent!
As if it couldn't get any better, dogs are welcome at the park, as well! Meaning you don't even have to leave your four-legged companions behind to have the summer vacation of a lifetime.
So while we barely get through this winter, just think about the memories you'll make on your very own private island this summer 2019.
For more information, visit Poisson Blanc's website HERE.