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
No running generators after 10pm at the spot near my house
Less than 50 meters ( 150 feet) from road 226,
access to the driveway slightly tight, need driving skill
Parking available close to rig or on driveway
Welcoming guests from mid- may un to mid- oct.
Send me a message to see if I have a spot available to fit your timeline!"
We do a lot of last minute trips in the summer, but feel free to give us a shout and see if we can accommodate you."
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.
Elizabeth was unable to be home but took the time to contact her brother to ask if he would settle us in. He was so friendly and accommodating…. Could not have been more welcoming. He gave us a tour of the family maple sugar business in a humorous and informative way. He then spent time going over our map and giving advice on our travels around Gaspesie.
Our dogs were thrilled to walk on the trails on the property as well.
We HIGHLY recommend this Boondockers welcome site!
Our friendly host gave us (and another boondocker staying there) an informative tour of their family run maple sugar bush and how they make it - complete with samples. Such a prtty spot to hike on their property, down to a river in the forest. Spring flowers and ferns were just stsrting to emerge.
We had a great time with Patricia and her brother, Irene. They were really good about conversing in English as my French is limited and Dale's is non existent. We were treated to fireworks at their annual community celebration and a tour through Irene's sugar shack.
A very special host at a great location. We look forward to visiting again soon. Peaceful and quiet as well as beautiful.
Patricia was so kind. She picked up brochures and told us about her favorite stops on our upcoming trip around the Gaspe. She directed us to the free RV dump in town, the best place to park to see Quebec City, took me on a morning walk through the sugar bush, and invited us to stop again on our return trip. Of course, most importantly, we had a safe and peaceful place to sleep. Patricia is what Boondockers Welcome is all about! Thank you!