61-65 retired, having a 18 ft long RV, loving travelling. Our house is close to grocery stores, pharmacy and highways. Easy to go to the old part of Quebec by car (around 20-30 min) or by bus.
Quebec city is a quiet, safe city. It has a very nice old part, lots of restaurants and many shopping centres. Around are parks to go and walk, cycle tracks, mountains to climb, waterfall, a canyon with a suspension bridge, waterside complex http://www.quebecregion.com/en/
18 ft long with a pop-up top (look like a Westfalia, VW).
It was my first time to ask for boondocking accommodations through Boondockers Welcome, and I didn't know quite what to expect. Crabedepoche, a husband and wife couple, made me feel right at home, and in fact like one of the family. They are native French speakers, but the wife speaks excellent English. They were an enormous help in planning my visit to Quebec City, and did many other things to make me feel welcome and valued. Their place is only about a 15 minute drive from the heart of the city, which by the way is fascinating for its beauty, its history, its culture, and its cuisine. For touring, I was able to find parking along the waterfront for my relatively small rig with no problem. Just a couple things to be aware of: Crabedepoche has good reason to limit the RV length to 25 feet, and the site is a bit narrow, too, though should be fine for a Class B or C. Also the power they have is 20 amp, so be sure to have your adapter along. Crabedepoche were not only wonderful hosts, but, I feel, have become my close friends.