patricia's Host Location
This is a Boondockers Welcome host in St-Edouard de Lotbiniere, QC
Max Rig Size
< 25 (ft)
Same Day Requests
Countryside location at 50km west of Quebec city and 60km from Trois-Rivieres. Acces to DuChene river and maple forest from the boondocking location. Hiking near the area, by the river or in the Maple Forest RV dump near by, at 3 km. I offer 2 sites available, one for RV 16-22 near my house with electricity and Wifi if needed. Or for bigger RV, near Maple shack, in maple forest without any service. A visit and presentation of Maple Syrup production if interested Suggested Local Attractions:Domaine Joly de Lotbiniere ( garden & old house) Moulin du Portage ( old flour mill) St-Antoine de Tilly (One of 10 most butyfull « village » in Quebec Top tips to enjoy Quebec City.
Vehicle Suitability Information
Electric Hookup: 15A
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Campfire Ring Provided
Outdoor Cooking Allowed
Offleash Area for Pets
No running generators after 10pm at the spot near my house
Access Road Conditions: Less than 50 meters ( 150 feet) from road 226, access to the driveway slightly tight, need driving skill Tow Vehicle Parking Details: Parking available close to rig or on driveway
Hosted By patricia
Retired woman who loves nature and travel Details: Retired for more than 10 years, I live in the countryside, in a charming resort area, surrounded by family and friends. I like walking, cycling and cross-country skiing. I like also theater, reading. I spend good time with my grand-son and grand-nephews, nieces. I volunteer for the Food Bank in the area and with a NGO in Latin America . My first language is french ,I speak Ok in English and a little Spanish I love RV trip with friend. Up to now i had visited Canada only. I also travel each year to foreign country :France, Espagne, Suisse, Italie, Iceland, Perou, Argentina, Ecuador, South africa, etc.. Home Town: My home town is located at 50km west of Quebec City,and 60km from Trois Rivieres , province of Quebec Canada. ST-Edouard is a very small village, 1600 habitants. We are at 5 km from St-Laurence River. It is a farmers area (mostly dairy).Near we have hiking paths" There is a butifull garden and manoir to visit and also historical church and flour mill. My place is in the forest(maple sugar production) very close to a small river, with fishing and bathing possibilities. Very quiet place Favorite Boondocking Locations: All types of nature areas : park, river side, country , farms etc.. and also location near cities with public transportation available to visit . Skills or Expertise to Share: I love cooking,and always ready to try something new. I am always alert to cultural activity that may occur in the area, I also work with a genealogic and historic group .
Availability for RV Camping
References for this location from other RVers
2 months ago
Host was there to greet kindly ,super easy nice spot to stay.
3 months ago
This was one of our best stays to date (and that is saying a lot as we have enjoyed all our stays so far). The host, Patricia, was wonderful. We were later arriving then we planned and she made us feel so welcome, offering us to come for a bonfire with her extended family! We declined as we had been driving all day and still hadn't eaten. She also offered to give us a tour of the maple syrup production in the morning, which we did, and thoroughly enjoyed. The property is beautiful and she said if we had more time we could have walked some of the trails. We wished we did have more time. Both sites were great. We stayed in the one with electricity so we could use our microwave to heat our dinner but did see the other site as well, which was more in the woods. Beautiful. We were lucky in that they had some maple products left (I think they took it from their own personal stock!) to purchase to bring home. You will definitely want some after learning about how maple sap, like grapes, take on the terroir of the region! Thanks for such a great experience!
4 months ago
thank you so much for our stay at the sugar bush, It was so peaceful we were near the pond with the frogs serenading us. patricia was unavailable but her brother Irene was very pleased to show us the areas where we could stay. He aalso gave us a very pleasent tour of the sugar bush and explained the history of the area to us. we will be back in Aug.
1 year ago
Patricia was so welcoming. Giving us a tour of her lovely community as well as its history. she came prepared with tourist pamphlets outlining points of interest. she also allowed us to user her hydro, camp fire. very accommodating. The road is geavel and narrow so not suitable for bigger rigs.
1 year ago
We had such a lovely stay. The location is gorgeous, nestled in the maple bush, with a pond and sugar shack. Patricia and her brother Irene are welcoming hosts. Irene gave us a tour of the syrup operation. They made us feel so welcome.