photo by Jamie Bridge

Quebec is one of the oldest European settlements in North America. The province of Quebec in Canada has many gorgeous lakes, rivers and mountains. Therefore, campers could enjoy many outdoor activities. Some of these activities during your camping trip include kayaking, canoeing and hiking.

Within the province of Quebec, Montreal is the most populous city. In addition, Montreal is also the second-largest city in Canada. Another interesting fact is that Montreal is the second largest primarily French-speaking city in the world, behind Paris.

If you live or stay near Montreal, the table below shows the nearest campgrounds with showers.

Notes about the table:

  • Only provincial campgrounds offering online booking are included.
  • Travel time will vary greatly depending on your actual location and road conditions.
  • A few inter-provincial campgrounds are included based solely on the travel time.
  • You can sort the campground by name, travel time, etc.

Click on another city below to see the nearest campgrounds with showers.

Voyageur Park Rideau River Fitzroy Murphys Point Parc national des Iles-de-Boucherville d’Oka Camping des Voltigeurs la amaska du Mont-Orford du Mont-Megantic Frontenac de Plaisance Centre touristique du Lac-Simon aunique Papineau-Labelle Parc Mont-Tremblant Rouge-Matawin Mastigouche du Saint-Maurice aunique de Portneuf VĂ©rendrye des Laurentides Mauricie