4 Parks near Metis-sur-Mer, Quebec
Jun 2016 - $38.00
Family oriented park with playground and pool.
Gravel interior roads and grassy sites with fire pit and picnic table. Some trees between sites and around park.
Laundry has 1 washer and 1 dryer, both commercial units.
Showers and bathrooms have separate entrances. $0.25 for a shower but didn't use, so don't know how long two-bits gets you.
Wifi only available in and around office. One negative!
Garbage container beside washroom/shower building was overflowing when we arrived. Took them 2 days before it was emptied.
Remember you are in Quebec, french is first language. - DCM/JMB
Jul 2009 - $30.00
A well organized, well maintained campground. Most 3 way service sites are back-in and the space available to back in a long trailer is quite limited. The sites are relatively narrow and most are back to back. The main camping area is surrounded by trees and this is both pleasing and reduces the road noise to an acceptable level. The Wi-Fi works well. Its a good place to stop on a Gaspe tour. - JTD2
Jul 2007 - $36.00
An ok private campground, good for an overnight on the roundtrip around the Gaspé or for a few days, near Reford Gardens, a little road noise over night from the occasional truck passing by, very smoky from campfires at night. - wpr
Jun 2016 - $35.00
The stated rate is in Canadian dollars. This is a no-frills park, but it's right on the water with full hookups. Since our 40-foot motorhome was too long to fit on the waterfront row, we chose two back-to-back sites in the center island, and we still had great views. All of the staff and the owner were really friendly (and spoke English). The restaurant is great. The laundry worked fine, but took a little cleaning before we used it. We would definitely stay here again. - Mingo Papa
Jun 2016 - $35.00
Rate was in Canadian dollars. Next to and owned by a lobster restaurant, this place made a great starting point for our circuit of the Gaspe Peninsula, and it is peaceful at night even though on the main highway. We spent two very enjoyable nights in this small campground with wonderful sea breeze and view (we chose to pull in forward as many did, others backed in.) Sites along the waterfront were tight (worked OK for our 25' RV plus living room and rear slide-outs), but larger class rigs parked in the center section. It was fun to walk out on the flat rocks during low tide, and some folks built campfires on the beach at dark. Used the clean, small laundry room. We enjoyed our lobster dinner splurge one night in the restaurant. - NC Writer
Jun 2012 - $25.00
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. - jeffnbarb
Aug 2011 - $39.00
Small campground on top of hill, walking distance to the little village and beach. Access from road 132. Pretty and garden like, friendly staff. Wi-Fi is not very high and not always reachable. We stayed here during Hurricane Irene, they took all kind of measures. Only a few pull throughs. - Traveller Excel
Aug 2016 - $26.00
Good overnight stop. We arrived to have a perfect pull-through site assigned to us (i.e., we let them know our size and desire for a pull-through site when making a reservation). The sites are grass and were a little muddy during our stay (it had rained that day). There is road noise. - 2FullTimersinaFifth
Jul 2013 - $35.00
There are two parts to this campground, on opposite sides of the highway. We were on the non-waterfront side, bssically a field with utilties. The first site we were assigned was not level enough for our rig. The park was not busy so we chose another site. It was a shared utility site with the neighbour who backed in from the opposite side. No trees or view although we did cross the highway and access a very nice beach on the far side of the other campground portion. OK for an overnight stay. WiFi works well. - Island Folk
Jun 2012 - $33.00
We were looking for an RV park for a couple of nights so that we could have the full hookups and take the toad out to explore this part of the Gaspe Peninsula. This worked well for us. Even though the sites back up against your neighbor, they are long sites and it is easy for rear bumpers to be 20 feet away from each other. There is decent spacing on sides, too. Excellent Wi-Fi at no charge. The owners don't speak much English but they try and communications work out OK. We would stay here again. - exportman