Not many amenities here, but this campground is adequate for a pleasant stay. Our site was very roomy and in the open for satellite reception. We were limited to 30 amps but had full hookups. It is located directly on route 132. There is a good restaurant across the street from the campground. We camped at Camping Au Soleil Couchant in a Motorhome.
The staff in the park is extremely helpful, guided us into our sites, and made sure that we got out OK. We all had pull-through sites, but the position of the fire pits determined the way that you pulled out, the host was there in the morning to make sure that you made the correct decision. We certainly would stay there again. We camped at Camping Au Soleil Couchant in a Fifth Wheel.
A very nice smaller park for an overnight stay. The park is on several levels but each site has been carefully leveled prior to planting the grass. There are some very interesting no-service sites along the water edge for tents and small campers. There are only a few sites with 30 amp service, the rest are 15 amp. Wi-Fi is $3 extra and was continuously intermittent. Most sites have a nice view of the ocean and there are some interesting walks. We camped at Camping Au Soleil Couchant in a Motorhome.
An excellent stop on your way around the Gaspé peninsula. A modest campground with clean facilities, able to a accommodate small rally groups. They do have a small common room for meetings. Do not expect to swim at the beach unless you have a wet suit. Entertainment is provided by rabbits, groundhogs and squirrels on land and by Minke whales and birds in the water. If you like to watch nature instead of TV, this place is for you. We camped at Camping Au Soleil Couchant in a Travel Trailer.