RV camping in Quebec

Canada's largest province treats RV campers with both French culture and natural wonders.

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Chutes Lockbow Waterfalls WOW

16 sites · RVs, Tents130 acres · Lac Simon, QC
We acquired an enchanting 130 acres property that had all the makings of a national park.We are en route to creating the greatest recreotouristic (camping, glamping delight) eco-development the province has ever seen.We are open to your ideas, contributions and involvement. One for all and ALL for ONE.Permaculture and greenhouse managers should apply within,Learn more about this land:We offer an incredible experience with a uniquely breathtaking site for camping, tent, and trailers, fishing, RV's, and 5th wheels. (glamping coming soon). This is primitive camping for winter 2022. No services provided.A pristine one-of-a-kind landscape with shoreline access to Majestic waterfalls and a picturesque lake- looking River (rivière de la Petite Nation). Lockbow is truly a want to be national park and we welcome individuals with ideas innovation related to future accommodations, electricity (power sources), water management, permaculture, treehouses, picnic table designs, etc...Feel free to reach us anytime and as we look forward to hosting your nature get-away and back to source experience.
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Paradis d'Artistes

7 sites · RVs, Tents3 acres · Dewittville, QC
Get ready to be wowed and pampered! Now with complete free wifi coverage! Winner Best Hipcamp 1st place in Quebec for 2022 ! Winner Best Hipcamp 2nd place in Quebec for 2023! Our site dates going back to 1832 when the Scottish settler Mr. Peter McArthur came to Dewittville to build and operate a grist mill, we Réal and Johanne purchased the beautiful property in 2008 as a retirement project and to express ourselves through arts, true custom woodworking and cabinetry which we do on the 3rd floor of our old mill. The site boasts four sites: Riverfront 1, Riverside 2, Bayside 3, Bayfront 4, all of which overlook the tranquil and lovely Chateauguay River. "And for a limited time site (Paradis d'artistes V.I.P Riverview) that is completely private see detail on this site or call for special question." We have a small white sandy beach that access to the old dam to provide our guest access to the river with a never-ending melody of peaceful water. While visiting, you can relax, go fishing, kayaking, paddle boarding, or canoeing upstream and downstream, or you can bicycle on beautiful country paved roads, horse back ridding, visit artisans, orchards, chocolate factory, bakery, vineyards, Brewery, fresh fruit and vegetable grower, multiple farms and even eat in a few great eatery. Please be ours guest, welcome to Paradis d’artistes
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HoneyBee Haven

3 sites · RVs, Tents6 acres · QC
HoneyBee Haven is a retired seasonal campground on 6 fenced acres on a small but beautiful trout lake. Great swimming, floating & paddling or try your luck at fishing. We have power outlets along with running water throughout many campsites in the yard. The covered fire pit is set up on the sandy beach to enjoy evening campfires while the loons serenade you! We live on site with our 2 large yet playful rescue dogs and a few bee hives! Bring your RV, pop up/tent and spend a night or a weekend.
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Urban Regenerative Gardens

2 sites · RVs, Tents2 acres · Sherbrooke, QC
This rare urban site acknowledges our Abenaki heritage, who camped and lived along these shores for centuries. Our beautiful urban location near highway 410 and Bishop's University, directly on St. Francis river, makes it an exceptional starting point for cyclists who want to enjoy the Route Verte path; fish, canoe, kayak or tube the river or simply explore all Sherbrooke has to offer.  Our birdlife is amazing and is a recognized birding location by provincial authorities, especially for swallows and chimney swifts. A fire pit will be made available, in respect of all fire bans, with firewood available for purchase. In 1910, Agriculture Canada set up a research centre that operated until the 1950's. The property was sold to a family that emigrated to Canada from Europe, to set begin a new life post WW2. In 2015, I purchased the property to return it to its roots - regenerative farming, training, hospitality, poverty relief and healthy living. Be our guest at The Farmhouse, a vibrant small-scale farm with a heart for the earth and its people. (https://www.thefarmhouse.store) Seasonal, fresh farm produce will be available for purchase as well as guided garden tours.   Located within 5 minute walking distance to Lennoxville (Bishop's University).  It's perfect for campers who like to experience "urban" camping. Some road noise. If you are concerned about the weather, the site provides the use of a 8 sleeper tent trailer for your convenience. During the day, you are welcome to relax in it too. Portable water will be provided, but bring your own drinks if possible. As a bonus treat, you are welcome to sleep in a very HIP camper, a 1980 retro dodge camper van. Bilingual service. ________________ Ce site urbain rare rend hommage à notre héritage abénakis qui a campé et vécu le long de ces rives pendant des siècles. (https://www.thefarmhouse.store) Notre belle situation urbaine à proximité de l'autoroute 410 et de l'Université Bishop's, directement sur la rivière Saint-François, en fait un point de départ exceptionnel pour les cyclistes qui veulent profiter du sentier de la Route Verte; pêchez, faites du canot, du kayak ou du tube sur la rivière ou explorez tout simplement tout ce que Sherbrooke a à offrir. Notre avifaune est incroyable et est un site d'observation d'oiseaux reconnu par les autorités provinciales, en particulier pour les hirondelles et les martinets ramoneurs. Un foyer au bord de la rivière sera mis à disposition, dans le respect de toutes les interdictions de feu, avec du bois de chauffage disponible à l'achat. Dans 1910, Agriculture Canada met sur pied un centre de recherche qui fonctionnera jusque dans les années 1950. La propriété a été vendue à une famille qui a émigré au Canada depuis l'Europe, pour commencer une nouvelle vie après la Seconde Guerre mondiale. En 2015, j'ai acheté la propriété pour la ramener à ses racines - agriculture régénérative, formation, hospitalité, lutte contre la pauvreté et mode de vie sain. En savoir plus sur ce terrain : Soyez notre invité à The Farmhouse, une petite ferme dynamique avec un cœur pour la terre et ses habitants. Des produits agricoles frais de saison seront disponibles à l'achat ainsi que des visites guidées du jardin. Situé à moins de 5 minutes à pied de Lennoxville (Bishop's University). Certains bruits de la route. Prestation bilingue.
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Vignoble et Domaine des Aromes

2 sites · RVs, Tents230 acres · Saint Bernard De Lacolle, QC
We are a growing vineyard! We have no wine to sell or to taste (yet!). However, we have other activities such as animals, forest trails, visiting our vineyard plots and using our BBQ. Close to the following activities: Safari park, lake champlain, bike circuit, cider factories and vineyards of the region. 30 minutes south of the Champlain Bridge for Montreal.
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Camp, Ottawa river, Grenville C-O-G

11 sites · RVs, Tents59 acres · Brownsburg Chatham, QC
Come and enjoy a traditional/rustic camping experience on the mighty Ottawa river. Be sure to bring your water shoes and a canoe or kayak, or you may rent one of ours. C-O-G is located on the Quebec side of the Ottawa River, east of the bridge that passes over from Hawkesbury, Ontario. This beautiful (mostly) deciduous forest (situated on both sides of the 344/Rte Des Outaouais), has been in the family for generations. The 59 acre property (50 acres on land, ~9 acres of river/water) features scenic views, privacy and is host to many outdoor activities such as swimming, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, hiking and more, with many other outdoor tourism attractions (white water rafting ~15kms, Parc Omega (zoo)) located nearby. By paddle boat, canoe, or other similar shallow depth water craft, one can head upriver, around an island, and loop back through the remaining historic canal. ...It's a historic lazy river! Many amenities are only 1-3km away, such as a gas station (with fast charging), a grocery store and many restaurants including a Tim Hortons and McDonalds. A little History... Our property has played host to a small portion of the rich history of this area which included three railway tracks, a canal and a lock. The railway beds remain and the lock has simply been flooded over. Following the war of 1812, three Ottawa river canal systems were constructed between 1819 and 1833 to bypass the Long Sault Rapids on the Ottawa river. These canals were in use until 1961 when a large portion of the canal system was submerged due to the construction of a hydro-electric dam (~22kms downriver) at Carillion. As a result, the river level at our property rose high enough to submerge the top of the lock walls by ~3.5 feet. This submerged lock is located a few hundred feet offshore and can be seen using Google Earth as it measures 50' x 300' in size. Once you have a good idea where it is, throw on your water shoes and a life jacket and enjoy an interesting experience of walking on the walls of a submerged lock.
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Inukshuk zen garden campsite

1 site · RV1 acre · Trois Rivières, QC
Venez camper sur cette belle propriété au bord du lac avec un site privé .La tranquillité vous attend et le charme d’un jardin inoubliable. Foyer au gaz disponible $$$ Marchez ou faites du vélo vers de nombreux sentiers à proximité… ou prenez une courte distance en voiture de 15 minutes du chemin du Roy du Saint-Laurent, des plages et des activités… ou l'emblématique parc national de la Mauricie avec ses nombreuses activités n'est qu'à 45 minutes en voiture. Il Cet endroit est parfait pour les voyageurs en solo ou en couple. Je suis un voyageur du monde complètement bilingue et j'ai hâte de vous accueillir bientôt. Come camp on this beautiful lakeside property with a private, level site beside a beautiful garden. Gaz fireplace available $$$ Walk or bike to many trails nearby… or take a short 15 minute drive to the St. Lawrence Chemin du Roy, beaches, and activities…or the iconic Mauricie National Park with its many activities is only a 45 minute drive. Il This spot is perfect for solo or couple travellers. I am a completely bilingual world-traveller and I look forward to hosting you soon.
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Tranquility on the Bay (Adults)

3 sites · RVs, Tents1 acre · Quyon, QC
There's something that just makes you feel good being here. I looked at many properties before deciding on this one because "it just felt right". This flat terrain is rich in history. Pontiac Bay was fundamental in the logging era and held the local Trading post. The bay is nestled between Luskville Falls and Fort Coulonge Falls. As you drive here you will begin to feel a sense of calm within you as you glance out your right window to see the Gatineau Hills and to your left, you will see that you're winding your way along the Ottawa River. Or, if you decide to use the ferry crossing from Fitzroy Harbour on the Ontario side we're only 8 minutes from there. I have an old, but river-worthy canoe you may borrow but feel free to bring your own canoe, kayak, paddleboat or SUP to explore the land and inlets around the bay. Both sites have access to the boat launch. No toilet facilities at property so bring your own camping toilet or self-contained RV. P.S. You might want to stop in the village for the best french fries in all of the Outaouais region. You'll see the big red chip truck across from Marcotte's, the gas station as you leave the ferry terminal, if you're coming from Fitzroy Harbour. And yes, they make pulled pork poutine, pogos, burgers and zucchini sticks. If you're here on the weekend you may also want to check out the Bristol Farmer's market every Saturday from Noon to 3pm on the public beach in Norway Bay, only 20 minutes away. It's a lovely quaint community mixed with old and new unique cottages so you'll definitely want to take a drive around. And you'll surely want to visit the Vineyard and Vintage Car Museum, a 2-minute drive from here if you enjoy wine and cars (but not at the same time lol...unless the keys AREN'T in the ignition ha!). Google Domaine de Pontiac Village for hours and more information or message me. Visit Parc des Chutes in Fort Coulonge for a view of the waterfalls, zip lining over the gorge and obstacle courses. (The view of the gorge is breathtaking!) Want to try whitewater rafting for an exhilarating rush? Try Esprit or Horizon X, both about 40 minutes north. How about Go Karting? visit lecircuitquyon dot com .
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Brome Lake, Knowlton (Three Pines)

1 site · RV2 acres · Fulford, QC
Welcome to our beautiful property on Lac Brome near Bondville. We offer a flat, grassy surface surrounded by trees for parking your RV or Trailer of up to 40 ft (12.2m).  15 amps electricity and water hook-up available to most sites. About the Property We have a beautiful piece of land located around Lac Brome with gorgeous lake views accessed by a public beach close by. We have a pontoon boat and would be happy to offer you a pontoon tour of Lac Brome during your stay with us.  About the Listing We can accommodate up to 3 RVs at once, with up to 4 adults per site. All of the sites are pull-through, flat, and can accommodate up to 40ft RVs. Please note as we do not have washroom facilities, your RV or Trailer must be self-contained. We can offer garbage removal (compost, recycling, and garbage) for your stay with us. We also welcome any pet travelling with you but please keep them on leash as we have two adorable cats we do not want to scare.  The town of Brome Lake is the home of the Three Pines Village from the notorious Louise Penny books série. Come and enjoy the Louise Penny Tour. Additional Details: - If there is not a fire ban in effect, we have a beautiful fire pit that you can enjoy.
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Wakefield Central

1 site · RV, Tent1 acre · Wakefield, QC
Our flat and grassy yard provides an ideal camping space, with a flat driveway for easy parking of your tent, camper van, or small RV. If you have an RV, no worries, as we offer electrical and water hookups to ensure a comfortable stay. You'll be surrounded by mature trees, creating a peaceful and serene atmosphere in our quiet neighborhood. We have a communal firepit right beside our functional family home, where you can gather with other campers or enjoy some quality time with your own group. Located just a 5-minute walk down the street, the beautiful Gatineau River awaits you, offering swim spots and water sports activities. You'll also find shops, restaurants, patios, and much more in one of the most picturesque villages of Quebec. It's the perfect opportunity to explore and immerse yourself in the local culture. For those looking to explore beyond the village, Gatineau and Ottawa are only a short 20-minute drive away, offering even more attractions and experiences to enjoy.
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Bear Hills

4 sites · RVs, Tents20 acres · Baie Saint Paul, QC
En pleine montagne de Charlevoix. Situé sur un des plus beaux rangs de Baie-St-Paul avec des Écuries à proximité, une rivière à 5 minutes d'auto et un terrain en montagne très paisible. Nous sommes à 10 minutes du Centre ville de Baie-St-Paul, 15 minutes de St-Urbain, Les Éboulements et St-Hilarion. Nous sommes très centrale comme emplacement! In the mountains of Charlevoix. Located on one of the most beautiful ranges of Baie-St-Paul, our very peaceful mountainous property has stables nearby, and a river within 5 minutes by car. We are 10 minutes from downtown Baie-St-Paul, 15 minutes from St-Urbain, Les Éboulements and St-Hilarion. We are very centrally located!
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Loucks Knoll - Treefully Yours

1 site · RV, Tent6 acres · QC
Learn more about this land: Expect full bilingualism (French/English) Welcome to our property located in the Eastern Townships of Quebec, about 40 minutes from Sherbrooke , 15 min from Magog and 10 minutes from the Vermont border. Part of the land is designated as a national healing forest for indigenous people - the only such forest in Quebec.  INDIGENOUS CAMPING IS ENCOURAGED AT NO CHARGE. About the Property: We have a one-acre pond that you can bob around in or take out a canoe to paddle in. At night, the pond has a group of frogs that provide a symphony of music with crickets as their background singers. We allow campfires at night - please be fire safe. Fitch Bay is only a 5-minute drive and there are pontoon rides available. We have breathtaking views all over our property and the history of the land is rich. We even have a covered bridge for you to explore.  About the Listing: We only allow for one group of Hipcampers at a time, so you are guaranteed a peaceful and private stay. A flush toilet and shower are provided for you during your stay. Potable water, a picnic table, some basic kitchen amenities, and garbage bins are provided.   This is the ideal place for some rest and relaxation, meditation, and quiet time to recharge.  Just one visit to the Eastern Townships and we know you’ll fall in love. Looking forward to hosting you soon.  Much Love,  Your Future Host, Terry L.
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Brush up on your French, replace your campfire s'mores with breakfast croissants, and get set for an epic RV camping trip to the francophone province. Quebec might be best known for its cities, but RV campers will want to leave Quebec City and Montreal in the dust, as there's plenty to explore in the great outdoors. Go rafting, kayaking, and cross-country skiing in the Laurentian Mountains, hiking and whale-watching in Forillon National Park along the Gaspé peninsula, or cruise around the rock formations of the Mingan Archipelago National Park Reserve along the Côte-Nord. Outdoor adventures can be enjoyed through all four seasons, but you'll be glad for your RV, as Quebec's winter weather can be extreme. The good news is you'll never be far from an RV campground or Hipcamp, and many national parks and provincial parks also have serviced RV campsites, typically with hookups and a dump station.

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