August 28, 2019

For your next camping trip, choose a Quebec campground. Perfect for outdoor activities, interesting cultures, and enjoying nature, Quebec is great for all campers.

No other vacation is quite like a camping trip. A good camping trip is relaxing and lets you spend quality time with family and friends in the outdoors. Fortunately for campers, Canada is filled with beautiful campgrounds that you’ll love. Some of the best campgrounds are located in Quebec. Many people might travel to Quebec to enjoy the city life, but experienced campers know that it has great nature scenes to offer at all of its campsites. For great bike trails, exciting water sports, plenty of hiking, or just enjoying the scenery, Quebec campsites are ideal.

When you’re planning your next big camping trip, keep Quebec in mind with these eight amazing campgrounds.

Camping Choisy
Located in the Vaudreuil-Soulanges region of Quebec, Camping Choisy is a great place for you to get close to nature. It’s only a short drive away from Montréal and Ottawa as well. Camp in a cabin, RV, or tent and experience the peacefulness of the outdoors. During your stay, you can also hike through the L'escapade hiking trail. In addition to the natural elements, Camping Choisy has plenty of amenities. Here you can enjoy swimming pools, spas, mini-golf, and an arcade. Camping Choisy also makes a conscious effort to help protect the environment. With features like electric car charging stations and solar-powered bathrooms, you can feel better knowing you’re doing a small part to protect nature during your stay.
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Camping du Quai
At Camping du Quai, you’ll find no shortage of outdoor activities to enjoy. Camping du Quai provides you with an amazing view of the St. Lawrence River. Between the amenities the campground has and the nearby river, this is a great campsite for anyone with an RV. Because the campground is right on the river, you also get plenty of unique experiences during your trip. This makes it the perfect place for whale watching, cruises around the river, and fishing at the marina. Just a few activities that Camping du Quai has to offer are biking, bowling, basketball and water games. You can also use the heated pools, spas, and gymnasium.
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Camping Mont-Plaisant
At Camping Mont-Plaisant, you can either camp with your RV or rent one of several beautiful cabins. Camping Mont-Plaisant is close to some of the best tourist attractions you can find in Lac Saint-Jean. Some of the top nearby attractions include the Saint-Félicien Zoo, the Ursuline Garden, the Montagnais Community of Mashteuiatsh, as well as a nearby golf club. This makes it a great spot to squeeze a few extra experiences into your trip. Campers can take advantage of bike rentals, volleyball, basketball, and a heated swimming pool. Bikers will love the 2 kilometers of bike trail that connects the campground to the Véloroute des Bleuets. The campground also offers a variety of different weekly activities for campers.

Camping Mont-Tremblant
The best way of enjoying Mont-Tremblant National Park is by taking a camping trip to the park. At the La Diable and Lac-Monroe sectors, you can find hundreds of great sites to park your RV and immerse yourself in one of Canada's national parks. If you’re staying at La Diable, make sure to try the amazing kayaking and canoeing on Diable Lake. Lac-Monroe also features an amazing bike trail, as well as beautiful nature hikes. Mont-Tremblant is approximately an hour and a half from end to end, so you’ll be sure to have more than enough to do during your stay.
Photo courtesy of Mont Tremblant National Park

Camping Transit
To experience the beauty of the Chaudière-Appalaches, take a camping trip at Camping Transit. You can camp here with either an RV, by renting one of their modern cabins or try something different with one of their bubble tents. Some popular events the campground hosts for campers are aquafit classes and pétanque. One of the best features of Camping Transit is its proximity to Quebec City. The campground is only a 12 minute trip to Old Quebec with the Levis ferry. To make traveling even easier for you, they offer a shuttle to the ferry.
Photo courtesy of Camping Transit

Domaine le Montagnard
For a cozy campground in Quebec, Domaine le Montagnard is the perfect choice. You can find Domaine le Montagnard right off of Route 155. At Domaine le Montagnard, you can choose from either a white pine cabin with three separate bedrooms that can fit a total of nine guests or six different sites for an RV. This campground is located on the Saint-Maurice River, which makes it an ideal spot if you’d like to spend your trip fishing. The campsite at Domaine le Montagnard also faces the Mauricie National Park. At Mauricie National Park, you can enjoy outdoor activities like canoeing and swimming at one of the park’s many lakes, hiking trails, and relaxing by the waterfalls.

Any campers who love going for long bike rides will love camping at Mont-Sainte-Anne. The area is well known for having over one hundred kilometers of biking trails. There’s a variety of different mountain bike trails to pick from depending on what you prefer. If you aren’t interested in biking, you can walk through three kilometers of hiking trails. With 166 shaded and open campsites, you’ll be sure to find a good spot for your camping trip. The campsite sits just seven kilometers from its alpine ski area. Some of the camp’s other winter activities include cross country skiing and snowshoeing. During the summer the campsite also hosts a farmer’s market every Saturday with local produce.
Photo courtesy of Mont-Ste-Anne

Val Jalbert Campground
For history lovers, the Val Jalbert Campground is the best campground you can find in Quebec. The campground has 188 sites located along the entrance to the historic village, as well as 15 mini-cottages. Guests can enjoy the heated swimming pool, hiking trails, bike trails, and a playground. Of course, the most impressive feature of the campground is the historical village. If you want to take a break from your RV, you can reserve one of the village’s restored period houses. Here, you can get the experience of living in a 1920’s company town. Just a few of the town’s interesting features are a convent school, general store, and pulp mill.
Photo courtesy of Val Jalbert Campground

Save on camping in Quebec
One of the best parts of taking a camping trip is that they’re often less expensive than some other vacations. With CanaDream Club, you could be saving even more on your next camping trip. Club members can receive a 10% discount at our partnered campsites. Find out more today about the benefits of being a CanaDream Club member today!

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