Indulge in moments

Born from the split of Camping Plage Robertson, Assi-Nipi (Terr-eau) is a new regenerative tourism enterprise offering a transformative experience of symbiosis between nature and humanity. Located in the Ilnu community of Mashteuiatsh, the campground occupies a stunning, ecosystem-friendly site along a sandy beach on the banks of the Pekuakami River. Assi-Nipi's exceptional offering of eco-friendly accommodations in the heart of a nurturing forest showcases the knowledge of the Pekuakamiulnuatsh (Lac-Saint-Jean Innu), who have lived in harmony with the environment for millennia.

You'll find intimate lakeside, woodland and nursery campsites, a variety of Ilnu-inspired ready-to-camp units and hanging tents, a product unique to the region. Various workshops based on the Ilnue perspective are also offered. Themes include permaculture, herbalism, nutrition, composting, compost toilets, ecological design and more. You'll be able to share around a fire and cook on site in our summer kitchen.

Just off the Véloroute des bleuets (certified Bienvenue Cycliste), you can visit the Eshkan boutique (2 min), the Ilnu Museum and the Uashassihtsh Pow-Wow site (5 min), La traversée du Lac de Roberval (10 min), the St-Félicien zoo (20 min), and the Val-Jalbert historic site (20 min).

  • Camping

  • Tent accommodation

  • Ecotourism

  • Picnic area

  • Bicycle

Activity locations

Mashteuiatsh - Saguenay Lac-Saint-Jean

Season of activity

May - October


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