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4 RV Parks near Deschaillons-sur-Saint-Laurent, Quebec
Aug 2018 - $50.00
So the only thing this campground is missing is either a swimming pool or access to the water for swimming. The campground is right along the water offering great views. The sites are pretty much open and do not offer much privacy or shade. The hookups were positioned in the middle of the site and worked very well. - clw_man
Sep 2016 - $35.00
This campground is off Quebec Route 132, down a steep grade to the shore of the St. Lawrence, part way between Quebec City and Trois Riviere, where years ago a brick factory stood. Sites are either directly on the water, or very near it. Rate shown (US dollars) was for 3 "services" (i.e., FHU), one row back from the river, and does not include the usual 15% sales tax. Most sites are pull-through. Many seasonals, but all sites are spectacularly well-maintained and clean; you could not ask for better. Campground wi-fi was excellent. TV reception was good, but we couldn't understand enough of the French. Each site has a fire ring and a picnic table. The campground is gated and staffed from morning to evening; there is a mandatory $20 CDN refundable deposit on a gate clicker. Staff spoke enough English to facilitate transactions. Owner appears to live on site. This is the second time we've stayed here for a couple of nights while cruising in Quebec. We'd stay again as the park is excellent. - Jay Rutherford
Sep 2015 - $31.00
If this campsite was in a scenic location I would have given it a 10. Check in couldn't have been more gracious despite my lack of French. Everything here is immaculate and well maintained. Good WiFi available. We camped on a weeknight and there were almost no other pass through campers. A large population of very well maintained, attractive seasonal sites. We would definitely stay here again. - Estse
Jun 2013 - $36.00
We were here for a week, stretching across two, 3 day holiday weekends. We were the only English speaking people in the whole park. Our site was partially shaded and the spacing was adequate around our site. Even though the park was full on the weekends, it was not overly noisy. The hostess at the front desk did speak English, and was very helpful with suggestions on visiting the city of Quebec about 50 minutes away (take the ferry across at Levis). The lake wasn't too appealing, and we were told not to use our kayaks so as not to spread algae from lake to lake. WiFi was available for a price ($15 for 2 weeks) and the signal strength was adequate, but only for one computer at a time. There was no cable TV, and our antenna only picked up one French-speaking channel. The pool is heated and looked good; unfortunately the weather was rainy and cold when we were here. The laundry room looks brand new and is immaculate. If we were to revisit this area, we would probably try another campground. - dbcordello
Jun 2009 - $36.00
Park is quaint, owners are friendly and courteous. We were guided to our site by a French only speaking owner, but with my limited French and his sign language we were able to easily communicate. He insisted we leave our truck hitched to the fifth wheel even though it was crowded for a holiday weekend (since we were leaving early next day) which was very considerate. Wi-Fi only available at restaurant. We stayed twice on our way to and from the east coast to Ontario. Sites are a bit short for a big rig - ours did not quite fit with the truck. Rates are good and we were not charged extra at all for the two extra adults with us (a first). On the 1st night we were delighted to find that they had a huge (70') bonfire with music and dancing for the campers (for the two upcoming holidays). It was far enough away from sites not to disturb them. On return visit we were greeted by name, and advised we could pick ANY site we wanted - we had a wonderful waterfront site and basically were allowed to 'over' park onto the next site in front for ease of exit the next day. Sites are level, clean, and were recently (at least the pull thrus's) all renewed and re-graded. Lake is pretty, and free lifejackets etc are available for use to use, also they have really nice modern paddle boats that seat up to 6 people. My only negatives on this campground are sites are a bit small, washrooms have one shower and one toilet per gender, and are not spotless, they could use an update, they should have wi-fi throughout park and finally the restaurant was closed at 7 pm which is dinner time. We will come back there if we are towing that way - as the owners were extraordinarily nice and accommodating to us who were just staying the night - arriving late and leaving early. - ciara
Jul 2018 - $65.00
This campground is along the road around the Lac-a-la-Tortue. This is the only road to the campground. Because the road was under construction there was a long detour to get to the campground. In places the detour was one lane on dirt and very rough. I would not recommend staying at this campground until the road is completed and open. The campground is quite large with many permanent/seasonal sites. The area for short term stays was an open field (no trees) close to the front of the campground. The full hookups worked well. We had a nice picnic table but the fire ring was old and rusty. There was a small restroom near our site with only one toilet and one shower. The best feature of this campground was the access to the lake which was reached by walking across the road. There is a small beach with a bench and several paddleboats. - MkvCjv