10 Parks near Levis, Quebec
Oct 2016 - $37.00
Nice park. Not many people there. Mainly a seasonal place were people leave their rvs.
They have a shuttle to ferry to Quebec City.
Owner very nice. - Paige Taylor
Sep 2016 - $21.00
We stayed at Camping Transit to go across to see Quebec City. The campground is nice, well maintained, the owners work hard to make sure that their guests are happy. As mentioned by other reviews, the A-20 is close by, but even though we were in a site very near it, we didn't find it to be overly disturbing. The owner guided us to our site and ensured that we had everything we needed to be set up. The roads were a little tight with our 43' rig, but we were able to drive to the site with the tow vehicle attached (no need to back up to get around any corners).
One of the seasonal stayers that we talked with had lived in Quebec when they had a sticks'n'bricks home and now come here for 6 months in the summer, and travel in the US the other 6 months. - pattic777
Sep 2016 - $19.00
This is just about a perfect campground, except for one thing: the A-20 Transcanada highway is immediately next to the campground and the noise from hundreds of trucks is quite noticeable, even inside a well insulated, closed RV. The sites are exceptionally clean and well maintained, about half seasonals, those furthest from the A-20. The other half are equally clean and well kept, and appear to be for transients. Manager moved us a little further from the A-20. Sites are reasonably spaced, on grass. It appeared that all the transient sites were pull-through, some with "3 services" and others with "2 services." Wi-fi was extra, about $2 a day for up to 2 devices. The campground manager was exceptionally helpful and drove us to our site. The campground wi-fi worked extremely well and I was able to download about 6GB of data for computer and GPS updates. The rate shown is in US dollars for Passport America members at the beginning and end of the season. Shuttle service is provided a couple of times a day to and from the Levis-Quebec City ferry. This is an exceptional campground, marred only by the road noise from the A-20. We'd definitely stay again in the future. - Jay Rutherford
95 Rue de la SĂ©rĂ©nitĂ© Beauport, Quebec G1C 3L1 (map) | (418) 641-6112
Sites: 137 | Latest Rate: $37.00 | 1 Reviews
Aug 2011 - $37.00
Hard to find campground as address is not listed properly. Found signs directing campers and then stopped. Frustration as only French being used in this area just outside of Quebec City. Campground was nice in wooded areas. Bike paths in the woods were good but no directions of where you were to the campground. Pool area was nice, and free shuttle takes you into Quebec city. Language can be a problem in this area. Quebec government does not provide any English translation, even on exhibits at the nature center at the campground. Would not return or recommend to English speaking people. - Charby
Jul 2011 - $33.00
Nice Campground and very friendly staff. First night we had a site in the overflow, nice spot with grass, firepit and table! Just no sewer and electricity. We would change for the next few nights into a full-service site - was nice too! Only point that is not really good: you have to pay 3USD for Wi-Fi. Access from all over the park, which is great, but unfortunately it is not worth to pay for Wi-Fi because it was terribly slow. We would stay here again. - Larry and Queen
Aug 2010 - $27.00
This campground is very large, 375 sites with 231 devoted to seasonal campers and 144 available for transient users. We arrived on short notice, the campground was nearly full, and were given a flat site in a parking lot backed up to the large community center. The rate reflects our single service, 20 amp electric. The campground is reached after driving by some large industrial sandpits dotted with bulldozers, as well as other industrial facilities. Signage on the road is excellent to find the place. Some portion of the campground appears to have been a sandpit as well, although there are some shaded sites that look like they were not. Pets are absolutely forbidden in this campground. This campground is located some distance from downtown Quebec city, which is a drawback. The campground is so large and the dump station is in the rear of the site, we opted to drive to the municipal public dump station a few miles down the road. We thought the place was OK for a night or two, but next time would look for something a little closer to the city. Wi-Fi worked very well, but cost $3 for each computer (plus tax) per day. - Jay Rutherford
Sep 2016 - $40.00
Campground was very clean and maintained. Of special note the bathrooms were awesome - cleaned regularly. - Officer Bobby
Aug 2016 - $46.00
All the usual KOA resort accouterments plus a giant rubber trampoline with the usual KOA premium ($C60). Maintenance was far below acceptable: potholes abounded and streets were narrow, muddy, and impassable by two vehicles at a time. The park was many tons short of needed gravel; many sites including ours were muddy after a rain. We called and asked for a little cover where we alighted from our Jeep but were told only, "I'll pass it on but don't expect much." Wi-Fi was weak and worked only on an iPad, not android phones. Office said: "It comes and goes."
"Free" shuttle to Old Quebec offered only to clients staying two or more nights. We drove and parked for $8. - Mtmoi
Aug 2016 - $48.00
SharonO (below) had a spot on comment "We stayed in this park to take advantage of the Quebec City Tour. The tour bus picked us up at the front of the campground by the Office. Unfortunately our site was located near the back of the campground. It was a very long walk uphill to get to there. It would not have been a problem except I have a bad knee and it made for a hard walk. "
Same issue, same result.
There was a person coming around delivering fire wood to the sites if you wanted any and there was another lady in the afternoon that came around in a mini-van and provided great baked goods. Very, very good idea to allow them access.
Front office staff were very helpful, pleasant and knowledgeable.
The site was about 60' and a pull-through which is what we'd requested. Little tight getting and out - especially out - with the tow dolly and car but doable. - GTN_and_Catz
Jul 2016 - $33.00
We are spending 5 nights at this very nice campground. 20 minutes easy drive into Quebec City and optional shuttle for $16 Candian RT per adult (there's a family discount).
Wooded, clean, nice pool, onsite restaurant has plenty of options, free internet at the spacious and comfortable office/store/lounge/deck center. Staff was friendly and helpful.
As another poster mentioned, there are a good number of seasonals. Park well kept and very family oriented. We would stay here again. - fmiller
Jul 2013 - $40.00
Pool was nice. road a little rough. 2/3s are seasonal. close to Quebec City. They have a shuttle for $14 pp round trip to the old City. Well worth it so you don't have to find a parking space. The shuttle runs 3 times a day. WIFI is spotty and cost $2 a day or $10 a week. It looks like I'm the first and only one to review this campground even though it looks like it's been here a while? It's very wooded. I would stay here again. - twowoofs
Jul 2013 - $38.00
This campground is incredibly crowded. Our neighbor tied his awning to our utility pole. Their awning almost touched our RV. This park is mostly occupied by season long residents. The atmosphere is "one big party". On Saturday night there was a noisy, organized parade of golf carts after 9 PM. The restrooms are rundown and dirty. Although they advertise having WiFi it was only available in a very small radius around the main office. Finally, their guests are inconsiderate. Someone kept parking his pickup truck in our space and we had to ask him to move several times. Someone also took our outdoor entry mat. The only good thing about this campground is that it was relatively easy to get to Quebec City from here by driving 25 min to the ferry which we took across the St. Lawrence River to old Quebec. But we would investigate other RV parks in the area if we were to return to Quebec. We would not stay here again. - nm roadtreker
Jul 2011 - $34.00
The people at the front desk were very helpful, but their English was only fair. That being said, it was better than my French. This is the only park that we prebooked for three days and were charged for all three days. Be aware that this is park is not close to public transport going into old Quebec city and it is a fair drive into Quebec city where the parking rates can be as high as $15 per day. Not a bad park all in all. - aries123
Jul 2010 - $50.00
The good: Close to highway for easy access, and good pull throughs. Back section far enough away to ward off highway noise. Very efficient check in, with the system running well for the constant in and out of over nighties on a large scale. The bad: Packed in like sardines with "shared hookups" which required half of the sites to drag to opposite side, at over priced KOA prices. Though the sites are long and wide enough for slides, you are in a massive parking lot with 160 other sites. Neighbors next to us tanked up pretty good on massive quantities of beer and wine. 6 adults, 2 large dogs, 3 vehicles, and one screaming toddler all in one small trailer right next to us to party all night. Neighbors in front of us started a stinky "smudge fire" at 4 pm that ran all night, this we had to close our windows to the previously nice fresh air. Felt trapped. Noticed how unfriendly the people from Quebec were, as they snubbed us every time we tried to say "hi" or smile at them. The few people from Ontario we met were very friendly, and out going. We will not return here, or this Province. - nautifish
Jun 2015 - $42.00
Site was ok. Laundrymachines, bathroom, shower were very old and dirty. Very far of Quebec City historical area (10 minutes walk to bus station and 1.15 minute drive). The park were mostly seasonals.
Very expensive for old faded camping (no free wi-fi, no pool and no free spa) We Have been very disappointed with cleanliness. The staff at the reception would be advantage being a little nicer also. - JMG
Jul 2014 - $38.00
This park is conveniently located for seeing Quebec City and there is local transit available for a 75 minute bus ride to the old city. Staff are very friendly and helpful, and they are able to speak English. There are some grassed open sites and some graveled and treed. There are many seasonal campers. Washrooms and laundry are older but clean. The on-site "restaurant" is just a snack bar. - rvcats
Aug 2012 - $40.00
Probably the most convenient campground to Quebec City. Nice campground, shaded, $$ for the spa and Wi-Fi. No cable TV. They have a restaurant on the property and a nice lake. We would stay here again, but I'd probably practice my French. - har-fl
Jun 2014 - $32.00
We stayed here only because our first choice was full due to the holiday weekend. Owners speak English. Our site was a gravel fairly level back-in that included a table. The fresh gravel was soft and needed compaction. Most sites appeared to be occupied by seasonals. Few sites available were more suitable for RVs less than 30 ft. although some big rigs parked near the highway. Electric was 30 amp. and all utilities worked fine. No cable TV, but got 6 channels off the antenna with 1 in English. Wi-Fi cost $3 a night. I didn't use it so can't say how well it works. If in the area again we would stay here only if the other park here was full. - Onemoretrail
Jul 2010 - $23.00
This is an ok park. The electric is poor with a large voltage drop when using the air conditioner. Has level grassy sites. The water is not to be used for drinking. We would not use this park again. - corky506
Jul 2014 - $75.00
This campsite was located on the lovely island of Ile d'Orleans. It was rated in Camping Quebec as 5 stars, and was advertised as being the only 5 star campground in all of Quebec. We had very high hopes in going there. The website shows lovely, bucolic pictures of the river. We requested a 50 amp site. There are only 3 50 amp sites in the entire campground, and none of them are more than 40 feet long. When most campers that need 50 amps are big rigs, that makes no sense. The 50 amp sites were also at the entry to the campground, away from the bucolic views of the river. The firepit was squeezed into an area next to trees that was so tight, that we couldn't fit everyone around it. There was WIFI, but it didn't reach to our campsite. There was no TV, and the showers were $1/8 minutes. We were expecting so much more from this 5 star campground. - blgoconnor