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The campsite, which is about a 90-minute drive from Montreal, has proved to be a hit with both Canadians and foreign tourists eager to take in nature but not wanting to deal with tent poles and sore backs.In Canada's Quebec province alone, it sold more than 500 tents to provincial parks before launching and operating its own campsites in North America.Overseas expansionEach tent is made in northern France according to Huttopia's specifications. All of its camping gear is also imported from France.Two decades later, the company operates 51 campsites in France.With average growth of 15 percent annually, glamping has taken off in nature parks across Canada and the United States, which offer rentals of yurts, tents and teepees in idyllic natural settings.The Cree commissioned the company to design 50 tents inspired by its traditional longhouses and teepees for its use.
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