Date of Stay: January, 2010
This is a huge disappointment. We were aware of some of the less positive reviews but we did not expect the situation that we ended up with. The "campground" is an old trailer park that has large and small pads which are basically doubled up. It would not be so bad if there were one large RV allotted to a large pad and one small RV allotted to a small pad but they have put 35 to 45 foot RVs on all the pads. It is so cramped that it feels like an RV city. We can't really put out our awning -- our chairs and tables are directly beneath our neighbor's slide out. So, basically we can't sit outside at all. The train is 1500 yards away and runs 6 to 8 times per night. The "bodega" behind us is apparently selling something other than groceries and the noise is unbelievable until the small hours. There are over 400 dogs in the small park and most people don't bother to leave the area to "walk" their dogs. It is totally inexcusable for this park to be charging $1200 a month for this place. We had to forfeit our seasonal rate because we simply could not stay here any longer and had to find another place further up the coast. Most people do not speak English which is not a problem if you speak French but the park is entirely French Canadian.
Date of Stay: July, 2009
Campground is clean but very plain. No real attempts at any landscaping. It is at least a 30-minute drive into lower Montreal without traffic. There is nothing in the local area at all. The local "shuttle service" they offer is ridiculous. It is offered only once a day and it took two hours to make the 15-mile ride back from Montreal because they also service the other campground on the other side of Montreal. I've heard that the Laval campsite is beautiful. I wouldn't recommend this one.