The Morin Lake Reunion site is booked for the Dore Family Reunion for the Aug. 3rd to 6th of 2018.
Morin Lake Regional Park is situated on the shores of Morin Lake. Nestled within the Thickwood Hills, neighbouring the Hamlet of Victoire and 14 km West of the Village of Debden. Its deep crystal clear waters are home to many species of fish. The lake has natural sand beaches, an island and a wonderful sand bar, which juts out into the lake in low water conditions. The lake is excellent for swimming, skiing, boating, canoeing, fishing and scuba diving. The park boasts well treed, private sites, modern washrooms, boat launch fish filleting station, nature trail and a brand new playground. Unique to our park are our Reunion Grounds which is separate from the campground, which is comparable to renting your own private campground. The park has a friendly staff ready to make your stay an enjoyable one.
There are a number of local amenities and conveniences sure to make your stay more enjoyable. Within in walking distance in the Hamlet of Victoire where you will find The Little Country Grill (restaurant), The Victoire General Store (with groceries, gas pumps and a post office) and a catholic church (Saturday night services). The Village of Debden is home to many businesses. You will find a grocery store, hardware store, credit union, ATM, laundromat, hotel, restaurant, SGI, bowling alley and a library.
Park / Area History
Camping and enjoyment of Morin Lake took place many years prior to the formation of the Regional Park. Albert Lalonde Sr. had a grander vision for the area, and prior to his death in 1982, set aside 5 acres of land to be designated as an area for a campground. In July 1984 the official documents were signed and the opening ceremony took place. The original representatives for the park were, Ronald Reves, Cecile Beaulac, Donald Paquette, Bernard Lalonde, Luc Demers, and Edmond Lajeunesse.
With few resources and a small board, it seemed to be a monumental task to make the vision a reality. More board members were recruited, additional land was purchased, a plan was struck and the work began. We are thankful for the forethought and planning that went into our campground as the park continues to receive compliments on our well treed and private campsites.