Fire pits were way too close for our comfort. Sites were very close to one another. Staff were very friendly. Hook-ups were very well located. WI-FI was good. The view was wonderful from where we were and that was up at the top. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an expansive campground built in levels on the side of a hill opposite the St. Lawrence River. The sites are reasonably flat and reasonably hospitable to big rigs. The campgrounds major asset is its accommodating owner. In addition to being generally accommodating she was very helpful to us in finding a dentist when a dental emergency arose. We had both Wi-Fi and Direct TV from our site on level D. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was an overnight stop. It is amazing how many sites are in this campground. Since it is hilly, the sites weren't very level, but manageable. The utilities worked fine. We didn't use WI-FI. The manager was very professional, informative, and friendly. The area is scenic. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is an older park that appears to have had many renovations. Some sites are quite narrow. They offer tent, partial and full service sites. It is an easy location to find and the staff are friendly. Wi-Fi is great from their many sites. The only negative is they allow fires and with the sites so close you may get smoke from many sources. Rate is with CAA discount. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The web site states that the rate is $29.95 to $39.95 (maximum). When we arrived they charged us $45 per night as they said they were putting us in the new sites at the top of the campground. When we got to the top they are so new that we were the first ones to use site #117. It has an absolute wonderful view of the St. Lawrence River and the sunsets are magnificent. The road up to the sites and the sites themselves are crushed rock. They haven't had the opportunity to put in grass yet so it is dirt when you walk out your door. They do not accept Good Sam as they said it costs them $1000.00 per year. The owner also said that not many American or English speaking Canadians come here so they did not want to spend the money for Good Sam. I think they are missing the boat on this one as they have drastically limited their camping audience. If you don't want to spend $45 there is a National Park (DU BIC) about 14kms. back on Hwy 132 and they charge $34.50 for electric and water. We camped here in a Motorhome.