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We will be traveling to Montreal and Quebec City this summer in late June or early July. Can anyone recomend some better campsites near each of those cities. Parks that have full hookups, cable TV, Wi-Fi if poosible. Thanks!


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Near Montreal:
1st choice:
http://www.campingalouette.com/english/presentation/presentation.htm

2nd choice:
http://www.koa.com/where/qc/56102/

3rd choice:
http://www.parcmontlaval.ca/Pages/home_eng.html

Near Quebec:

1st choice;
http://www.quebecweb.com/campingtransit/introang.html

2nd choice
http://www.campingjuneau.com/introang.html

* This post was edited 01/15/07 06:40pm by JackD *

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Yup, I certainly agree.


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In October we stayed at both #1s that JackD mentioned.
The one at Quebec City is in Levis & we drove to the dock in the town & took the ferry to Quebec City.
The Montreal is a fair distant from downtown Montreal but we were okay as our family lives on the south shore. If you stay here, and wish to visit downtown Montreal, drive to the Longueuil Metro station & use the subway.

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Delete.... duplicate!!!

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GeeksRUs wrote:

The one at Quebec City is in Levis & we drove to the dock in the town & took the ferry to Quebec City.

I'm guessing the one in Levis is Camping Transit. It's a good campground but it can be noisy with highway 20 runnimg adjacent to it.

We spent 4 days there last fall. Taking the ferry to the old town in Quebec is a fun way to site-see.

http://www.quebecweb.com/campingtransit/introang.html

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There's another one, camping Le Relâche, small and quiet. As you go by the Pont Laporte interchange heading east on the #20, take the Rue du Sault exit, turn right, at second light turn right on the 132 and it is on the left, a quarter mile away.About 10-11 km from the ferry OR take the Québec Bridge, Blvd. Laurier...all the way to the end.....where you'll find the Château Frontenac. (Personally I prefer the ferry).

Transit isn't bad if you get a site away from the #20.


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A good one CueSee

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I just want to say thank you for all the great information! It is very kind of you and greatly appreciated. If I can repay you about information South of the Border, just let me know! I look forward to any other information anyone wants to give to me. Thanks again!

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justiced:
here's some reading for you:

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