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Old 05-25-2012, 05:23 PM   #1
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We are planning a trip to Quebec City this July/August. We are staying a week in or near the city. Our MH will not have a toad. Does anyone have any experience staying in a CG near the city that has a shuttle or busses that are convenient for travel to the city? We prefer full hookups.
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We are also planning a trip to Quebec City. We were told of a KOA that is about 15 min away. Was told they also have a shuttle, and tours. We plan to visit middle of Sept. Will be watching with you for other ideas as KOA looks quite pricy" or maybe not for the area" ! Wishing you safe travels!
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We will be staying in a campground near Quebec City. There are shuttle busses for tours or you can take a public bus. The bus stop is right outside the campground gates. It looks like about a 20 minute ride into the city. The name of the campground is 'Camping Juneau Chalets'. You can call 1-866-871-9090 or visit website www.campingjuneau.com. The minimum rate is $27/day and maximum rate is $32/day according to the newest Quebec City Official Accommodation Guide. i hope this info is helpful.
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We stayed one week at Camping Juneau. We had full hook-ups and a partially shaded spot. We do not speak French, however the people at the campground and everywhere in Quebec were very helpful and friendly. We took took a city tour and a country tour on two separate days. We arranged these tour at the campground office. A small tour bus picked us up each time and took us to a plaza outside the Frontenac Hotel where the tours started. On the way there one bus driver even stopped at an ATM for me. After each tour, We requested to be picked up in a few hours so that we could walk around Quebec City on our own. The bus drivers made some calls to get us permission to do this. The tours were interesting and brochures are located in the campground office. Ask for help to sign up and pay a day ahead. We took a city bus into the city by ourselves. The bus stop is on the road just outside the CG. Again the staff gave us excellent assistance. The trip by public bus takes 30-40 minutes. You have to ask for a transfer to get the bus that stops near Parliament. There were mobile visitor center guides scattered throughout. I don't think they'll be there in Sept. The CG has a small restaurant that has a deck that overlooks Lake Augustine (spelled differently in French). The woman who runs the restaurant tried to teach us a French phrase each day we stopped there. One morning I ate fresh crepes. The visit was very nice and we were the only Americans in the CG. One day we saw a MH with Virginia plates but they were gone by early the next day. We walked around the CG each day and saw no other US plates. We would stay here again- no question.
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