We will be heading to Quebec City area for a week to explore and see the sights and was looking for a recommended campground. We will have 3 kids in tow (ages 5 - 14) but we are not looking for an activity based campground. A nice place, good facilities with a pool or a place to swim. Kids love to bike, etc. We hope to spend a fair amount of time exploring the city. 2 places stick out right now, CAMPING ORLÉANS and CAMPING MUNICIPAL DE BEAUPORT. Both have advantages and disadvantages. We will be in a fifth wheel camper. Thanks for your help.
We stayed at the KOA on the other side of the river.
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One Golden Retriever at the Rainbow Bridge and a new one traveling with us.
We were recently at CAMPING BERNIERES and were very happy with it. It has a big pool, snack bar, play area, and nice camp sites. Best thing was they are part of the free shuttle service so you don't even have to take you car into Quebec City if you just want to walk around. Their wifi didn't work at our site but we could take our computer to the social hall and it worked fine there.
2007 Northwoods Arctic Fox 32 5S Fifth Wheel-for sale now that we are not full-timing
2011 Keystone 23rks Hideout to poke around the smaller parks in the great Southwest
2007 Chevy Silverado 2500 HD Diesel
Prodigy brake control
We have found two nice places on the south side of the river, one being the KOA and the other is Camping Transit. We have stayed at both, but if we had to choose we would definitely pick the KOA as the best place to stay.
2003 Georgetown 346DS Ford F-53
2008 Pontiac G6 Toad, Blue Ox Aventa LX
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