Very nice and interesting CG. It is actually all grass sites on the property of a really good seafood restaurant. Management and staff were wonderful and totally fluent in English. They directed our 40' right into a super site with full windshield views of the St. Lawrence. Good free WiFi. 30 amp only but with the cool temps not a big deal. We ate at the restaurant and it was so fun and good. Tourist note: we went to the nearby Reford Gardens and this was very nice and worth the trip. Totally enjoyed our one night stop. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park was clean but you are very close to others. The hookups were o.k. but if your sewer is in the rear you will need a long hose. The restaurant is the reason to stay here and the food was very good. Most of the staff can speak enough English to accommodate the non Francophones. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The previous review is right on, so I'll only give some additional info. RV sites on the river, 28 miles wide in this spot, cost $27, RV sites cost $22 in the center and tent sites without any services are $17. Some tent sites are on the river, and if your RV is small enough to fit in there you can use them, which of course means no W/E/S. I did not see any 50amp hookups, but there may be some. Most people should be able to get by on 30amps, as a/c is normally not needed in this area. Even though the campground is squeezed in between the road and the river, road noise is not an issue as very little traffic goes on during the night. Also, while we were here, the campground itself was quiet with no noisy neighbors. WiFi works well most of the time, although when the bandwidth hogs go online it slows down. The restaurant that is part of the complex specializes in seafood, (What else would you think in the area?) and is not cheap, but quite good. Even locals use it. It is a good place for a fancy dinner, as your bed is only a few steps way if necessary! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This campground is squeezed in between Route 132 and the St. Lawrence River, and is co-located (as are many others in this region) at a restaurant. The sites are grass, level, and look over the river. Sites on the river cost more than sites one RV removed from the river. Most sites are "3 services," meaning electric, water, and sewer. The sites are very close together and access for big rigs is quite tight; you'll soon be friends with our neighbors. As is true in much of this region, French is universally spoken. The campground is convenient to Rimouski and Mont Joli. There is a fish store adjacent to the campground. We'd stay here again on our way through the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.