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Date of Stay: June, 2006 - $32.00
This is a very cliquey park dedicated almost entirely to seasonals who have turned it into a beautiful place with plants, rock gardens and terraces. Rigs include pop-ups, trailers and fifths: didnâ€™t see any motorhomes. Saw only one or two itinerants. Washrooms were clean but very dated, and one of the cleaning men greeted us with a cheery â€œBonne journee!â€ in the morning. Showers cost 50 cents for 5 minutes on a very generous timer. Organized activities for the seasonals. Our water and electric site was only 20 amps, so bring your adapter. All sites are very tight and have side-by-side hook-ups at the road end of the site, so bring your extension hose and cord, too. The strangest thing was that they didnâ€™t want my personal info; they just registered me as â€œAnglais, anglaisâ€ even though I started the check in process in French. Iâ€™m not English, Iâ€™m Canadian, but I guess if youâ€™re not fluent in French, you must be an Englishman. Gotta be even more annoying for our friends to the south. We camped at Camping Plage La Liberte in a Motorhome.Undo
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