Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $65.00
This is a very nice campground with easy access to Autoroad 20. It has paved roads with gravel, level pads, and easy-enough navigation for big rigs. Our premium site had a concrete patio with a swing for two, a grassy area between sites, and no trees, so we had no satellite issues. We also faced a driving range so we had entertainment! There was a charge for wifi, and it worked well. We did not use the amenities, but there was a nice pool which got a lot of activity. There is also an RV dealer and service center nearby in case you have any issues. We will definitely consider staying here again if we are in the area in the future. We camped at Camping Alouette in a Motorhome.
When we told people that we were going to Montreal, we were warned that the people there were rude and nasty. We didn't find that to be true. Everyone we met was friendly and helpful. Most spoke English. Even though my husband speaks NO French and my high school French classes were over 50 years ago, we had no problems. This is a nice campground. The fee represents a month's stay. They don't charge for electricity, so the $40 fee for one month's wifi was very reasonable. The gravel sites are large and level. The laundries are clean and well-maintained. There's a nice pool with a lifeguard. The washers and dryers require one Canadian dollar coin and one Canadian quarter. The people speak fluent English and are very nice. We stayed here a month (the rate is based on a monthly stay) and would return if we come back to Montreal. We camped at Camping Alouette in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $43.00
Rate shown is Good Sam discount. Friendly and helpful bilingual staff. Our site was a level gravel pull-through and included a table and fire ring. All hookups worked fine. No cable TV, but around 10 channels in English off the antenna. Wi-Fi cost $6 a night and I didn't use it so can't be sure how it works. Close to the autoroute there is some noise, but not noticeable inside the RV. We would stay here again if in the area. We camped at Camping Alouette in a Motorhome.
Great park with nice easy check-in. Wi-Fi is an extra $4 per day. They also have a big covered RV wash for $2 for 4 minutes, pay for vacuum and air is free. Very nice and easy to use! Plenty of room to maneuver. Haven't seen this in too many places. Also, bathrooms are better than most homes! Also, RV sales and supply store next door. Easy on and off of Hwy 20. Spaces are nice size and you don't feel crowded. If they had cable TV I would give them a 10. Would stay here again. We camped at Camping Alouette in a Fifth Wheel.
Sites were big. There is a driving range on site, and our site was right across the street, so that was fun to do. Well located for Montreal. The showers were pay, $0.25/minute, which is kind of steep. They were clean though. Easy access from the highway. The sites in front tended to have some road noise. We walked to the back sites and they were very buggy, so I guess it is a trade-off. No TV, but excellent WIFI. The WIFI was $4/day for up to 2 devices, which is pretty good. We were happy with our stay here, and would recommend it. We camped at Camping Alouette in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $52.00
Great park located about 30 minutes outside of Montreal. The park office was great to deal with, offering guidance on things to see in the area, assistance with arranging bus tours, transportation in and out of Montreal, and general assistance on other needs (such as grocery shopping, etc.). We camped at Camping Alouette in a Motorhome.
The restrooms and showers were nice, but we did not use them. We refuse to pay for water. Sites were side by side with you being really close to neighbors on one side. Utilities worked fine. Leveling was easy. We were there for 6days. If in the area again might look around first. We camped at Camping Alouette in a Motorhome.
Large park. Sites side by side. Bigger than most. Every rig had to block wheels and jacks. Walking around is fun to see who used the most blocks. Sites are "almost" level, but not close enough to just level with the jacks. It looks like some are flatter to the NE corner of the area. The SE corner is a small hill. We camped at Camping Alouette in a Motorhome.
This is an excellent big rig campground. Our site was large and level and provide 50-amp full hookups. Wi-Fi is good and most sites are open to the southwest sky for TV. The location of the campground is convenient to Montreal and several small villages to the south. There is also an RV dealership next door. We camped at Camping Alouette in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $44.00
There was no shade. The pull-through site is gravel. There is a $20 refundable gate fee. Wi-Fi is if you pay and there is no cable TV. However, that said, it is a nice campground and the staff is very helpful. They suggested we take the Metro into Montreal and they gave us easy to follow directions. The Metro is very rider-friendly and the best way to see Montreal. Parking in Montreal is very high. And the drivers! We camped at Camping Alouette in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $50.00
This is a nice campground, but a bit pricey. $50 includes a $5 surcharge for internet, which was intermittant during our stay. Friendly, English speaking staff. You will want to get a gate cardkey in exchange for a $20 refundable deposit as the key is needed to get vehicles in 24 hrs per day. Lots of full timers here, who keep their sites spotless. Paved access roads and green space between manicured gravelled sites. Easy access for our 39' fifth wheel and convenientto the highway. Watch for the small blue provincial campground sign as you drive down the service road looking for the campground - their own sign is not very prominent. We camped at Camping Alouette in a Fifth Wheel.
We spent three nights here, using it as a base for exploring the Montreal area. While in one of the large, pull-through short-term sites across the campground's golf driving range from the highway, it was surprisingly quiet. The staff is friendly and very accommodating for those of us with few French language skills. It is close to the city and the Metro station (we purchased 3-day passes) and would recommend using the Metro for its convenience. A great campground! We camped at Camping Alouette in a Motorhome.
This park is very conveniently located near Montreal. The drive in to the city to see the sights was simple. The park itself was nice - well kept and clean. There are a number of people who appeared to be living there and had made nice improvements to their sites. The Internet (which was an extra charge) was very temperamental and frustrating to use. We would stay here again. We camped at Camping Alouette in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $36.00
We have used this campsite before. It is very clean, and the staff are very friendly. They are also bilingual. It is very close to Montreal but far enough out to ensure we do not hear the traffic. It hase over 400 sites but it is well spreadout. There are various activities and he pool is heated. Overall it is a very good and affordable campsite. We camped at Camping Alouette in a Fifth Wheel.