2 Parks near Saint Nicolas, Quebec
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
Sep 2015 - $45.00
We have used this campground a few times. It is always good.
The sites are reasonably placed, but it is very popular in the summer. This is good place for kids, so you have to be careful when driving around the site, as there are a few places where they can surprise you. Security is good, cleanliness is good. Sites are gravel at grade level with some having a concrete patio. All rig sizes can be handled.
WiFi is weak and needs to be upgraded. We were there when it wasn't crowded, but still had difficulty staying on.
Overall, excellent campsite for Quebec City and the area. - Sandy D
Aug 2015 - $50.00
This is a large campground with some paved, some gravel roads - not too wide but okay for navigating our 44' rig. The pads are gravel and level with large grassy areas between sites, including a picnic table and fire pit. Some premium sites have a concrete patio. There are limited 50 amp sites, so be sure to reserve a site if you require 50 amp. All the utilities worked well. There are a few large trees, so satellite reception will depend on the position of your dish - we were fine. There is free wifi with several boosters around the park, but it worked for us intermittently. While we did not use the amenities, the campground has a very nice playground and pool. The campground is very near the Autoroad and very convenient to visiting Quebec City. We would definitely stay here in the future if we are in the area. - SMorin
Aug 2015 - $45.00
This is a large park, typical of most KOAs with play area and swimming pool. Sites are gravel, level, and long enough for most size rigs. Only a few sites have 50 amp, so if you require it, you'll want to make a reservation. There are premium sites for an extra fee which have a paved patio area and round picnic table rather than grass and a normal picnic table. Site J7 was long enough for our 40' MH and car parked in the front. We had neighbors on all sides and still had plenty of room for all slides and awnings. The park makes a good base for exploring Old Quebec City. We appreciated that several of the office staff spoke English and could help with translating those parts of the camp booklet that were in French. - DiplomatTraveler