Camping

A Historic Park

In 1660, this strategic location played a decisive role in the battle opposing the French and its Huron allies to the Iroquois.

Attacked in Carillon by the latter, the young military chief Adam Dollard des Ormeaux and his troops were massacred after having resisted to the siege for several days, thereby saving the colony.

Close to 300 years later, clergyman Lionel Groulx, who was about to become a religious canon, became one of the most prominent instigators for the recognition of Dollard des Ormeaux as a national hero by decree. A commemoration monument honoring the soldier was erected in 1919 in the village of Carillon. Nearby, the Carillon Park harbors an imposing abstract memorial. Composed of 18 monoliths, the masterpiece represents the 17 companions as well as the Indian nations that fought alongside Dollard des Ormeaux. The work of art is a creation of the writer and architect Jacques Folch-Ribas, in collaboration respectively with the painter and sculptor Paul Borduas and Jordi Bonet.

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Camping and parking

AIM Festival is located at Parc Carillon in Saint-André- d’Argenteuil and offers a complete festival experience with camping for the entire weekend.

CAMPING

The purchase of a CAMPING ticket gives you access to the camping area specially designed for the festival with temporary installations.  We work on a first come, first served basis. You may bring your own food and alcohol. However, it will be strictly prohibited to bring your alcohol out of the designated camping areas. AIM Experience reserves the right to expulse anyone who does not abide to the rules. It is an 18+ festival and camping areas.

There are two CAMPING areas

Zone 1 is located at the far end of the site in a wooded section surrounded by trees.

Zone 2 is located halfway between the entrance to the site and the wooded section on your right in a valley surrounded by trees.

CAMPING FEES (PER PERSON)

ZONE 1

3 days (fri-sat-sun) 65$ + fees

2 days (sat-sun) 50$ + fees

ZONE 2

3 days (fri-sat-sun) 65$ + fees

2 days (sat-sun) 50$ + fees

1 day (fri) 27,50$ + fees

1 day (sat) 27,50$ + fees

1 day (sun) 27,50$ + fees

CAMPING SCHEDULE

Friday 10am to Monday noon.

ZONE 2

For those who buy a 1 day ticket (Friday or Saturday) you have to leave the next day before noon.

GOING FROM ONE CAMPING TO ANOTHER TO SEE YOUR FRIENDS ?

If you have a 3-day ZONE 2 access, you can join your friends in ZONE 1 but without your camping equipment.

If you have any other ZONE 2 access (Sat, Sun), you will need to go to the box office and get the necessary bracelet to go to ZONE 1.

RECREATIONAL VEHICLES (RVS)

RVs will be admitted in the camping zone (north section) in a reserved area for these types of vehicles. All caravan-style vehicles with integrated beds or tents will also be placed here.

Please note that only vehicles towing a caravan are allowed in the camping areas. Cars, vans or motorbikes are not allowed in the camping areas.

RV Fees: $25.00/ day per RV + camping access fee per person/per day.

 

 

Rules

For security reasons, campfires will unfortunately not be permitted on campgrounds for the duration of the festival.

Please note that the shuttles that transit from the parking to the camping area will be active on Friday from 3pm to 11pm, on Saturday from 9am to 11pm and on Sunday from 9am to 7pm. No camping arrivals will be permitted past this time. However, you can walk in and out of the camping to the stage areas freely at any time.

The camping area is an 18+ zone.

The camping’s check-out is at noon. You will need the appropriate day camping bracelet to stay in that zone

To have adjacent lots, groups must arrive at the same time. First come, first served.

No vehicles will be permitted on the campsite.

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