This was a great overnight spot along the St. Lawrence Sea Way. The town is charming-ask the camp director to make a reservation for you at one of the local restaurants. The friendly (Bilingual) staff directed us to our level, but small site. We were next to road, but there was a nice view of a Christmas Castle and the Seaway with a bike/walking trail. I recommend having a picnic or BBQ in the City's gazebo. The bathrooms by the pool got too much use (those were the ones we were told to use). Instead, we used restrooms by the full time units, they were much nicer and cleaner. The Americans were grouped by the pool (my husband called it the American Ghetto). Bugs, especially mosquitoes, became horrible when the wind died. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Friendly check-in. Guided to a gravel site which was level. Services worked well. Our pull-through site was spacious but some appeared rather tight when the slides were extended. Fire rings at most sites. Reservations recommended during the summer season. It's a family park with things to do for children. During our stay they celebrated Christmas in July. No pool but there is an enclosed spa at a charge. Did not use the washrooms, but there are numerous buildings throughout the park providing easy access to all. Our data stick worked very well in lieu of Wi-Fi, and the cell phone reception was strong. This was our first stay, only one night, and would definitely stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We only stayed one night and in off season. Very quiet but nothing special about park. Probably a zoo in season as has a playground and across the street is a child's wonderland type park. We had a gravel pull through site and good electricity. Friendly manager. Big rig friendly. We camped here in a Motorhome.