Has anyone stayed at or have info on 4 Campgrounds along the south shore - Route 132 I believe.
Camping Aux Pignons at Les Machins
Camping Au Bord De-La-Mer at Cap-Chat
Camping Tete D'Indien at Perce
Camping Du Pare at Perce.
All are listed in P/A book, but not much about them.
or info on any campgrounds along this route.
Thanks for any info.
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We stayed at Tete Indian Head in 2009 and had a really pretty site. The park is not big, but it was clean and well kept. We do not use the washrooms so cannot comment on that aspect. The owners were a young couple who were interesting and trying hard to keep the camp nice. We would stay there again. We were there for 3 nights while we explored the area.
That same trip we also stayed at Camping Du Phare for a couple of nights. I have site #108 marked as having a nice unobstructed view. I think it was an easy walk to the main street from the c.g. but I am not positive. It too worked out fine for us.
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The only one we have stayed in, from your list, was Camping Au Bord De-La-Mer at Cap-Chat. It was on 24 August 2004, the 64th day of our trip that year. Following are my trip log entries for the campgrounds we stayed in during that trip around hwy 132.
"Camping du Quai, Riviere-du-Loup, QB. - 3 nights - site 25 – water, electric, and sewer - $27.00 per night. Sites are close together, fairly level, with no shade. There is a partial view of the lake. The fire rings are the inner tubs out of washing machines."
"Camping Au Bord de la Mer, Cap-Chat, QB – 3 nights - site #1 – very level with no trees but a wonderful view of the river – water, electric, and sewer – $24.00 per nights – HAD TO PAY CASH. Can fish in the salt water without a fishing license. Got setup at 4 PM and we have satellite. Overall for this trip, so far, this is probably the best site we have had. It’s not the prettiest but for ease of getting in and out, for levelness, for size, and for view it is really fantastic."
"Motel & Camping Fort Ramsay, Gaspe, QB – 2 nights - site #32 - $26.45 per night – water, electric, and sewer. Pulled in the site with a view of the bay – site did not require any leveling."
"Motel & Camping Fort Ramsay, Gaspe, QB. 2 nights - site #21 – water, electricity, and sewer – wonderful view of the bay – beautiful park – $25.00 per night and HAD TO PAY CASH. Got set up at 3:40 PM and had satellite."
NOTE THIS IS A 2004 TRIP. I am posting my 2007 trip in another reply.
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“Camping de Quai, Riviere de Loup, QB - overnight - site # 35 - gravel pad - pull thru - 30 amp, water, sewer. Cost $26.55 per night. Level site and attractive campground. Have a table and washing machine tub for fire. Overlooks the river. Sites are located on several different levels. There is a playground and firewood for sell. 50 amp service is available for a fee.”
“Camping du Rivage, Sainte-Anne-des-Monts, QB – 3 nights - site # 18 - gravel pad – pull in facing the river - 30 amp, water, WiFi (FREE). Cost $25.00 per night. . Level site and wonderful view. The front of the coach is parked right over the edge of the beach. Each site has a table. There are 24 sites and all of them pull in and face the river. When a trailer backs in they have to run the connections underneath. We are in the longest site. Fires are allowed on the beach but not the campsite. There is a dump station. For view this one meets or exceeds the site we had on a lake in the Yukon. The river is so wide here you can’t see the opposite shore so it looks more like the ocean.”
“Motel & Camping Fort Ramsay, Gaspe, QB – 2 nights - site # 30 - gravel pad - pull in overlooking the bay - 30 amp, water, sewer, WiFi (FREE). Cost $28.49 per night. Commercial. Level site. Each site has a table and fire pit. The campground is on 2 levels. The site services are situated so that they alternate with one pull in and one back in. There is a nice shower house and playground. We are pulled in right up to a cliff overlooking the bay. We were in site #32 in 2004. At the office there is a cantina where they cook breakfast and then hot and cold sandwiches the rest of the day.”
“La Maison Verte de Parc Gaspesien, Pointe-a-la-Croix, QB - overnight - site # 10 - grass pad - pull thru - 30 amp, water, sewer. Cost $29.00 per night. Level site. No table but has a fire ring, 2 playgrounds, large grassy area. Seasonal units are parked on 2 sides of the campground. The transit sites are out in the middle – very large sites. The campground is surrounded by trees. We would have stayed another night so I could have done some maintenance on the coach if there had been a table.”
Have a great trip. There are a lot of great thing to see and do so take your time.