The park is very well kept up. The staff is very friendly, but their English is limited, which we felt was OK since we are in Quebec. We had a large back-in site; the 50 amp power was good as were water and sewer. We only needed a short walk to have a great view of Perce'Rock and Bonavista. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a nice park a short distance from Perce. The sites are a little tight. The power was good and the water potable. The views from the park are worth the price. Interior roads are gravel and in good shape. The entrance to the park is a little steep. We would camp here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is one of many campgrounds located in Perce, a small tourist destination. There are about 50 sites on the flat, treeless portion of the site, with the remaining sites on terraces down towards the water. The sites are close together, a common feature of privately owned campgrounds. The managers spoke some English and were very helpful in getting us settled and ensuring we were pleased with our stay. The rate reflects a two service site, water and 30 amp electric. We did not notice that this was a Passport America campground, so paid full fare. The restrooms and laundry were spotlessly clean. We enjoyed the boat ride out to Bonaventure for a hike over to North America's largest gannet colony where you can approach to within two yards of the birds. The weather was unusually cold and foggy the first day, but then cleared the next day. The area is worth a visit, and we'd stay in this campground again when in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Only a few sites big enough for large rigs. Several gravel sites but most grass with no trees. If you have a heavy rig, be sure and test ground. We stayed on a gravel site. We are Passport America and got 50% off our 2 nights. Very friendly and helpful manager. Beautiful views of Perce Rock from campground, which is on a peninsula. Great place to stay while sightseeing in Perce. We camped here in a Motorhome.