5 RV Parks near Tadoussac, Quebec
Jun 2014 - $38.00
Our site was a gravel back-in that required levelling on the driver's side. Table and fire ring provided. Nice landscaping throughout the park. Unfortunately all those trees prevent any satellite reception. Best spots for that are the view sites near the playground. All utilities worked fine. No cable TV, but found 4 channels off the antenna all in French. Wi-Fi is weak and only works well enough when few users are on it. Site C laundry was very clean and cost was $1.50 each for wash or dry. Staff were always busy keeping the place clean and it showed. This park is on a hill side with a spectacular view of Tadoussac and the Saguenay/St Lawrence Rivers below. We would stay here again if in the area. - Onemoretrail
Jul 2010 - $55.00
Beautiful park. Nice view of the Fjord from a tall overlook. About 1 mile walk to town- long uphill to return. Shady sites. Great playground. Most staff speak English. Decent Wi-Fi in certain sites only. - Spencer65
Aug 2017 - $43.00
This is a very large park. There is a specific area for large RVs with approximately 18 sites. These sites are full hookup and right on the St. Lawrence river. They are quite large. Bon Desir is right on the river. We watch whales go by right at our campsite! There is also a very large tent area - some right on the water as well. All grassy sites. - Nacraman
Jun 2012 - $44.00
Located on the First Nation Innu reservation on the southwest side of Les Escoumins. A very difficult campground to rate. Pros: Friendly staff, and many staff members speak English fairly well. Registration was efficient and professional. Facilities for use (pool, bike and hiking trails, laundry, bathrooms, overlook tower for whale watching, convenience store, gasoline station, landscaping) were outstanding in resort condo areas. Sewer hookup was in great position, although a bit high. Whale watching was excellent from nearby rocks; why pay for the tour boats? Belugas, dolphins, and minke whale were right up against the shoreline. Tidal pools in rocks, along with passing freighters on the Fleuve St. Laurent were fascinating. Firewood (bois) was brought around on a cart by a very friendly man. Cons: The campsites are not level, with many roots or simply uneven ground or paving. Electrical dropped to 109 volts with only the microwave running. No breaker box on the electrical. Water had a slight brownish tinge. No landscaping in campground (but elegant in all other parts of the resort). Garbage cans every 10 meters were tacky. Sites were fairly close, but not enough to cause any slideout problems. There was brief road noise along Rue Reserve when the ferry arrives or departs, but otherwise quiet. Internet was not available in campground, only at the laundry at the condos about 1 km away; you must drive there and have the password from the registration desk to access. Gate into campground is manually operated via key. You must open and close yourself. In rainy weather, it could be a pain. If rating were the entire resort, it would be a 9 or 10, but the quality of the campground (it seemed like a stepchild to the resort) lowers the rating to a 7, almost a 6. We expected a more elegant campground for the price and website promos. We would opt to stay somewhere on the coast on the next visit. - The Happy Traveler
Jul 2010 - $50.00
The camping area is very tight for motorhomes. Neighbors are very close. Wonderful playground. Short hike to the shore. I watched many whales from the campground's observation tower- Blue whale, many belugas. - Spencer65
Jul 2017 - $27.00
Sites are on the small side and unlevel. We had a 30 amp full hookup site that was in the open so no issues with our DirecTv - which still worked here. WiFi worked at the site as well. Laundry facility is well priced ( 1.50 Canadian per load ). - Amls
Aug 2016 - $27.00
Check-in was fast. Staff is friendly and more than willing to help. There is a playground and a splash park, however neither are suitable for 2-5 year old children. There is also a park with shuffleboard, volleyball court, but the area around those is used as overflow for other campers, making it very crowded and having to walk by dozens of RVs to get to it.
Water pressure is excellent, make sure you have a water pressure regulator. - Merveilleuse
Jul 2016 - $30.00
The site you are assigned may determine your opinion of this park. Our overall review is negative because our 34 ft., 50 amp. coach was "sentenced" to a site near the entrance of the park which has views of busy streets with echoes of traffic noise. There are 7 local TV stations available, but none of them are in English (in contrast to Quebec and Montreal where we received at least 1 station in each location in our native tongue). The asphalt section of each site is extremely narrow leaving only a few inches beyond each wheel. Beware that water pressure is extremely high (over 80 psi). The branch of a tree at the front end of our site was so low that it scratched our coach. When we asked if it could be cut back, we were told that this is not allowed - in fact the no-tree-pruning rule was written on the instructions that we were handed when we checked in. Our site wasn't level, but it was decidedly better than the first one we were assigned where tree roots had destroyed the asphalt surface looking like large moles had chewed their way across the site. The location of this park is convenient and it is satisfactory for a short stay. - Edwow74
Aug 2017 - $30.00
This park is a really nice place to stay in Riviere- du- Loup, friendly staff at check-in and a guide to lead you to your spot. Good clean modern restrooms and small laundry. Level FHU site on gravel with lawn, picnic table and fire ring, some shade. Small shop at front office, free coffee each morning at office. Situated right in town close to restaurants and bars. We paid $39 Canadian for back in site. - flexitdriver
Sep 2016 - $29.00
A very nice park with wide and long spaces.
Check in was quick and easy even though we did not have reservations. Our lack of French language was not important because the manager spoke very good English.
The park has a very concise set of rules that all residents seemed to follow closely. Thus, the park is very quiet and peaceful. The park setting adds to the tranquility with its location close to the shore.
If approaching this park from the south, the only way to reach the park is through the town, so be prepared for narrow streets and a somewhat steep descent through the town. Travelers approaching from the west do not have that problem.
That being said, the town is pretty and you have the feeling of driving through a town in France. Driving through it does test your ability to read a lot of signs. There is a pedestrian only section that is closed to vehicles for part of the day and you should watch out for these signs. - Lakewood90
Aug 2016 - $35.00
Gravel sites and roads with grass between sites with picnic table. Most of the area was treeless. Spacing between sites was acceptable. Just enough room at our pull through site for our 40' motorhome + towed. Stayed one night as planned. Wifi was a bit better than good for a campground wifi setup. Verizon reception was good. No problem getting DirecTV. - Ramblin On