This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Notre-Dame-du-Rosaire, QC
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I have a piece of land where I have a cabin. It is in the Forrest but very accessible with a RV or travel trailer and pickup truck. I am 1 hour from Quebec City. It is possible to do winter camping also.
Vehicle Suitability Information
Electric Hookup: 15A
Offleash Area for Pets
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Campfire Ring Provided
Outdoor Cooking Allowed
You are in the woods so there is no fixed rules and the closest house is 100 meters away
It is accessible via a gravel road that is maintain ok, for longer RV 40' + you will have to back up in your spot from the main road for about 150 meters. For the smaller ones there is enough room to turn around in the driveway.
Hosted By Yanick_V
Retired from the Army after 25 years. Like camping, hiking, travel, hockey. From Quebec City. Like the outdoors.
Availability for RV Camping
References for this location from other RVers
6 months ago
Even though our host would not be at the camp we were graciously invited to stay for the night to break up our travel distance in reaching Gaspe Peninsula. It was perfect! Plenty of flat, open space before the gate to the cabin. We were even offered the opportunity to go down to use the firepit near the cabin but we chose to stay at the camper. Quiet, serene, very few deer flies, a rare car passing by. Excellant directions given for reaching this place in the woods— true boondocking!
6 months ago
We received excellent directions to get to this beautiful rustic spot in the woods. Friendly greeting by our host. We had a great conversation with him. He guided us into a nice cleared area for our stay and offered to bring us spring water should we need it. We had planned to stay two nights but stayed just one due to the deer flies and mosquitoes. They truly seemed to like us and our dogs. Unfortunately July is apparently a heavy month for these pesky things and August/September are much better. Recommended for people who love the woods, who have self sufficient units and probably no longer than 30 ft. Lots of places to hike and ride quads in the area and pretty little villages nearby.