13 Parks near Ste-Angele de Monnoir, Quebec
Jul 2016 - $52.00
Great location, site, nice pool, friendly. - fmiller
Jun 2016 - $60.00
Alouette offers a much better value and nicer facilities than the average RV park close to any major city in the US or Canada. It is a very large, partially-wooded property convenient to an auto-route with many seasonal residents who maintain their places very well. We were on the upper level which had trees around and nice view of a mountain in the distance. Our site wasn't huge, but adequate, and we were away all day sightseeing anyway. I appreciated the green space where I could walk my dog, as well as the immaculate laundry and bathroom near our site. Would not hesitate to recommend this to others visiting Montreal. - NC Writer
Sep 2015 - $56.00
Nice clean campground. Friendly staff. Level sites. Convenient to Montreal. One nice feature is the RV self wash. We would stay here again. - Joe-n-Doe
1680 Rue Principale (Rte 112) Granby, Quebec J2J 0M6 (map) | (450) 378-9410
Sites: 1100 | Latest Rate: $34.00 | 1 Reviews
Jul 2007 - $34.00
Not the usual RV Park. Place is absolutely huge and 85% would be seasonal/permanent. A kind of holiday camp for Quebecer's. Has it's own supermarket and restaurant. Central lake and lots of facilities for kids. Not far from town, which is an attractive place with lots of restaurants and a very French atmosphere. English is spoken in the office, but very limited elsewhere (that's if you can find anyone who wants to talk to an outsider!). Good little par 3 golf course almost next door - only $7. TV reception marginal with 3 English language stations. Pay for WiFi @ $5 per day! Bathrooms old and questionable. - aussie keith
May 2016 - $55.00
We like this spot, as it is close to KOA. What really bother me about KOA is that we were charged extra for children. The rec. hall is old and decrepit, with a pool table that is slanted, foos ball with missing men and not much more. NO planned activities. No ping pong, no basketball. Pool is at least 30 years old. The weekend we were here, the owners made at least $15,000, and yet they don't invest it back into the facilities. Our kids took the pool cues out for too long and we were charged an extra $10. The pool wasn't open as it was May - which I understand, but for us, the sign of a great campground, is owners who invest the money they make, back into the campground - especially if you are charging extra for kids.... $4 extra per child - offer amazing services for kids... update the pool, mini putt, rec hall, etc.
However, this spot is close to Montreal, the sites are nice and clean and the showers are new. You are paying for location, not for services. - User901
Aug 2015 - $76.00
Pretty park with large sites. The pads are gravel surrounded by lovely grass. Each site has a tall tree on each side giving nice shade. Full hookups with 50 amp. Nice heated pool. Small laundry room $1.75 CDN to wash and took $2 CDN to dry. Large open field at back to run dog. No planned activities. Staff and campers are very nice. This park is in the middle of nowhere but there are many shops and cafes in surrounding areas very close. And Montreal is a short drive away or take the Metro which is easy to use. - JanneC
Aug 2015 - $45.00
Interior roads could use some work, but site was large level pullthrough.
Woke up the second morning with an open-ground condition on the power box (and the EMS kicked out). Maintenance crew hooked me up to a different pedestal until they could set a new ground rod.
I didn't try to take my long-bed crew cab into old Montreal. Went in to the South end of town and caught the Metro to Old Town.
We will stay here again. - Alworth
Jun 2008 - $46.00
While the campground is huge and caters to a large seasonal population, about 200 sites (from no service to 3 services) are offered to the traveling public. These sites are grouped together, which is very smart. Campground is well designed, very clean, well maintained and offers lake swimming and numerous activities for children. We spent 5 nights there with family members and everyone loved it. We will return. The only reason for the 9 rating instead of 10, is due to difficulty in backing into some of the sites, it is pretty tight in places (unless you have a pull-through site). - Normand
Jun 2013 - $45.00
Comments are for full timer area. Very nice, clean located near bike path, restaurants, highway 10, 50 minutes from Montréal. Section des temps plein 55+ très bien. (80 sites) Autre section pour famille et enfants. Très fréquentés, beau activités pour les jeunes, jeus, feu les Samedi, tour en train... Bref bon pour toutes les clientèles. - ANNJY
Jul 2011 - $53.00
While my husband and I have no children I could not wait to spread the word to our friends with children. I have never seen a campground which is more geared to families anywhere else. You must see it to believe it. The children are happy, busy, and very safe. We will definitely go back to this campground! - midge
Sep 2015 - $23.00
Less than a 1/2 hour from Old Montreal, this is a very well-kept park where many sites occupied by long-term residents have been seriously upgraded with pavers, sheds, etc. -- all done very tastefully. The wide, smooth gravel driveways give easy access to grass sites with smooth, level, gravel parking pads plenty large for our 37' MH & toad. A bonus was classy appointments including a paver patio, a barbeque, patio-style table & chairs, and a swinging chaise. Water, sewer, and electricity hookups were convenient, though we used only 30 amp. Free WiFi was reliable and fast (maybe because the park was not very full at this time of year). We didn't use the bathrooms or laundry. Service was courteous and pleasant, and included a golf-cart escort by a fellow who even helped guide us into our back-in site. Price shown is net of a 40% off-peak discount. We thought it was a very good value for the amenities offered. - DaveInOhio
Aug 2015 - $55.00
A large commercial campground with very new, modern facilities. Excellent roads, campsites, utilities, a little bit out of town in the farmland, but very nice. Pretty expensive, but absolutely no problems - we even had a covered porch swing, and a wrought iron outside dining table and chairs. A large community-room building holds games areas, library, dining facilities and large wrap-around porch for rally groups, church services, family reunions, etc. A very nice place to stay while visiting Montreal. - North Texas DJC
Aug 2015 - $45.00
What a delightful and hospitable place. As American traveling in French-speaking Quebec we were treated with a fair amount of disdain in the Montreal area but not at this RV resort. Staff is bilingual and go out of their way to make sure their guests are accommodated. We needed to make a reservation at another CG further north (no English spoken on the distant CG's recording machine) and the local folks were more than pleased to make the reservation for me.
The sites are fairly level gravel, with utilities close by and convenient. Each site has a patio made of beautiful pavers, a glass-topped patio table with chairs and a lovely matching swing plus a bar-b-que. The pool was well used, the gym and hot tub looked like there wasn't much use.
There are many permanent residents who take exceptional care of their yards. A gorgeous place to live.
I agree with previous posters - worth the money. - LFClary
Oct 2011 - $30.00
Big campground with new owners. Some sites are very nice. But you can tell that for some year there was a lack in maintenance. Less than 15 minutes from a lot of stores. But still a quiet place. - libertad69
Jul 2016 - $45.00
As I commented in my 2015 review of this campground, this is a nothing fancy RV park, with unserviced and 30 amp electric sites. There is a fresh water spigot at the dump station. As I observed idiots cleaning their black hose from the potable water spigot, you may want to bring a container of Javex to clean the faucet. Unfortunately reservations are not accepted. The big change this year is that there is free WiFi in the campground. As we were in the middle of the campground I cannot comment on how the connection is at the far end of the campground.
The best part of this campground is its easy access to Montreal via the subway (Longueuil-Université de Sherbrooke metro station) and the view of the city across the water are unbeatable. - driftdiver1
Jul 2015 - $39.00
We stayed here during the Montréal Jazz Festival. This is a nothing fancy RV park, with unserviced and 30 amp E sites. Unfortunately reservations are not accepted and good luck inquiring about general availability as there is only a recorded message. There is a dump station and potable water. As I observed idiots cleaning their black hose from the potable water spigot, you may want to bring a container of Javex to clean the faucet. Its easy access to Montreal via the subway (Longueuil-Université de Sherbrooke metro station) and the view of the city across the water are unbeatable. There is also a ferry from the campground to Old Montreal that operates from 10am to 7pm, later on Fri & Sun.
A big plus of this campground is that within 9km along Taschereau Blvd are a Chenoys and a Bens for smoked meat, a KrispyKream, as well as grocery and hardware stores, so what more do you need. This place can be jam-packed on weekends, so privacy and E sites are at a premium. The views from the campground (and marina next door) of the Saturday fireworks at LaRonde (10pm) are great.
The nightly rate quoted is for an electric site in $Cdn and includes tax; non-electric sites are $28 tx in. - driftdiver1
May 2013 - $26.00
If going to Montreal in a motorhome, this is a hidden gem. OK, no services except electricity (my rate was with no electric). But this is right on the river across from Montreal and 5 minutes from the metro, 10 by bike, 15 on foot. Plenty of space and the price is right. If you prefer, the water taxi departs every couple of hours from this same spot, which is part of the marina. A manned gate for security. Right on the Vert #1 bike path, across from the Olympic park. If you just want easy and close access to the city, this is a great choice. - CharlieS
1699 Rue Shefford Bromont, Quebec J2L 3N8 (map) | (450) 534-3404
Sites: 260 | Latest Rate: $35.00 | 3 Reviews
Sep 2015 - $35.00
Traveling Highway 10 from Montreal and wanted a stop in the Eastern Townships of Quebec. Found this park (no KOA affiliation event) 1 mile south on left from Highway 10 with easy access. The park is large with different sections on a hilly terrain. Office gave possible sites and map to pick site. All sites are full hookup with 30amp. Sites have grass strip and table between other rvs in 300 loop and no shade after you cross a small bridge that is surprisingly big rig friendly. Other loops are in trees with many permanent seasonals. - RJourney
Sep 2014 - $40.00
Attended a local FMCA chapter rally over the weekend so the nightly rate is an approximation. The new owner was a fantastic host for the weekend. The campground is being improved but is already a fine place to stay. One section of the campground is for seasonal campers, but those who were there this late in the season were all very friendly. Sites were very level, easy in and out. Satellite reception was good as was over the air signal. The area around the campground is lovely to visit, and includes many vineyards. We'll definitely return. - Voyageurs
May 2012 - $45.00
Camping du village Bromont is one of 3 campgrounds in the Bromont area. It is well situated 5 miles from Highway 10 and less than an hour from Montréal. The Granby Zoo is 15 minutes away. The ski station in Bromont has water slides. Flee market nearby, factory outlets. Quiet, well maintained campground. - ANNJY
Aug 2012 - $40.00
Although the campsite boasts 500+ sites, the vast majority are seasonal. Sites are small, close together and not shaded where we stayed. There is ample security and lots of events planned on weekends. You have to know French to function here. Potable water quality left a fil on dishes, while the kids complained the pool did not seem to be chlorinated, might be salt water. Water slides which are included in a long stay are in a man made lake. Close (3 km) to amenities and the Montgolfier Balloon festival that happens every August. Beware of kids and golf carts, there is no speed limit for them and the locals love to drive their golf carts all hours of the day. - Andrew Hampson