CASH ONLY..... Staff are very friendly. Hook-up's were readily accessible. View was wonderful of the famous rock. The traffic noise was unbearable at time as the park sits right at the road. Close walk to the town. Very tight sites. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Percè is a great destination spot. It has beautiful scenery, some neat mountain hiking trails, and Bonaventure Island. Although most campers spent only a day or two at Cote Surprise, we spent two weeks and had a great time. The campground is big rig friendly with large and reasonably level sites. During our stay a caravan of twenty rigs was easily accommodated. At the same time there are several very nice tent camping areas. Sites were only thirty amp but Wi-Fi was good and we had good access to the Direct TV satellites. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is worth the stop for the view alone. This was the only place in all of Quebec Province that we had trouble communicating. The staff's English was lacking, but their friendliness made up for it. Site was fairly level and grassy. Utilities worked well. We didn't use Wi-Fi. Cash only. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Rate included extra adult. Really a great campground. The views are spectacular. Sites are either back- in or pull- in. We had a 50 amp site that was on the upper row but after a couple of days another rig arrived and blocked our view. I'd recommend sites 40-45 which are 30 amp but will have unrestricted views of the ocean. Interior roads are gravel with the pads a mix of gravel and grass-- some were a little muddy when we were there. Plenty of width to maneuver. Wi-Fi was good as was satellite reception. When in Perce, you have to take a boat to Bonaventure Island. Plan a day to do it right or you can just take the boat over and back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I'm going to rate this campground as a 7 for two reasons - 1) the view and 2) what I will explain later. First, the campground was not officially open when we stayed there. Nonetheless, the owner was willing to charge full price even though only one restroom was open (everyone used the women's room) and the laundry, common room, and office were closed. But the view was fabulous and Wi-Fi was available at our site. And the one restroom was indeed clean. Later in the season none of this would be a problem. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
GREAT VIEW!! Probably the best view in the area -even taxis were bringing passengers to the campground to see the view! A bit pricey, but at least there is a reason for it. The campground Wi-Fi was good and good water pressure. We just stayed one night as we were on a tight schedule. Do be warned to expect very steep downhill/uphill into/out of town, depending on what direction you're traveling (uphill out of town if you're heading north out of Perce). We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is in a fabulous location overlooking Perce Rock and Bonaventure Island. Just about every site has a view over the water. We could see whales and dolphins from our campsite. Perce has lots of restaurants and the campground is within walking distance. We would recommend taking a tour boat over to Bonaventure Island to see the 200,000 or so Gannets nesting there. Our plan was to stay one night but we ended up staying four. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is very well kept up. The staff is very friendly, but their English is limited, which we felt was OK since we are in Quebec. We had a large back-in site; the 50 amp power was good as were water and sewer. We only needed a short walk to have a great view of Perce'Rock and Bonavista. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a nice park a short distance from Perce. The sites are a little tight. The power was good and the water potable. The views from the park are worth the price. Interior roads are gravel and in good shape. The entrance to the park is a little steep. We would camp here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is one of many campgrounds located in Perce, a small tourist destination. There are about 50 sites on the flat, treeless portion of the site, with the remaining sites on terraces down towards the water. The sites are close together, a common feature of privately owned campgrounds. The managers spoke some English and were very helpful in getting us settled and ensuring we were pleased with our stay. The rate reflects a two service site, water and 30 amp electric. We did not notice that this was a Passport America campground, so paid full fare. The restrooms and laundry were spotlessly clean. We enjoyed the boat ride out to Bonaventure for a hike over to North America's largest gannet colony where you can approach to within two yards of the birds. The weather was unusually cold and foggy the first day, but then cleared the next day. The area is worth a visit, and we'd stay in this campground again when in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Only a few sites big enough for large rigs. Several gravel sites but most grass with no trees. If you have a heavy rig, be sure and test ground. We stayed on a gravel site. We are Passport America and got 50% off our 2 nights. Very friendly and helpful manager. Beautiful views of Perce Rock from campground, which is on a peninsula. Great place to stay while sightseeing in Perce. We camped here in a Motorhome.