5 Super Campgrounds to Visit with an RV

Published on Mar 21, 2022

It’s quite likely that RV sales will soar again this year and that the present camping trend is bound to continue. Whether you’re the “van life” type or simply a small family that wants to have some fun, you’ll find the perfect campground in the Eastern Townships to accommodate your needs!


Laö Cabines

Do you prefer wide open spaces where you won’t find yourself surrounded by a crowd? Located on a vast wooded domain covering 66 acres, The Laö Cabines campground is the ideal choice for you! With all the streams and brooks flowing here, 4 kilometres of trails, a pond where beavers have taken up residency, as well as an exceptional flora and wildlife, nature enthusiasts will fall in love with the site! Whether you have a van, a small camper trailer or a big RV, you’ll find your perfect match!

548, chemin du Grand Brompton, Racine — 819 345-4434


Camping Vallée bleue

If, you love to combine agritourism and camping, then Camping Vallée bleue will definitely delight you! Established on the shores of a small private lake with a 1.3-kilometer walking path, and offering paddleboat, kayak and SUP board rentals, this campground also is ideally situated near the Route des vins as well as several fine restaurants. Psst! The owners will be glad to answer all your questions about the many tours designed especially for tourists!

50, rue Haman, West Brome – 450,263–4804


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Parc du Grand Lac Saint-François

Are you more of a water sports enthusiast? The 4-star Parc du Grand Lac Saint-François Campground will certainly charm you! As its name suggests, this campground is located on the shores of the majestic Grand Lac Saint-François, right next to the Lambton Marina and its boat launch, the municipal beach and a vast park. Their 30 three-service sites are quickly taken, so hurry to reserve your site!

158, chemin J.-Cyrille-Bureau, Lambton — 418 486-2607


Camping and Watopeka Park

If you want to immerse yourself in the rich history of the Eastern Townships, the Watopeka Park Campground is a perfect option! Here you’ll enjoy a peaceful environment with 29 campsites inside a forest setting, and the comforting presence of the Watopeka River. The campground also gives you free access to the Parc historique de La Poudrière’s network of trails and to the multi-sensory show Murmures. Don’t forget to visit the remains of the oldest black powder factory in Québec, founded in 1864 at the height of the American Civil War!

250 Georges-Guilbault Street, Windsor – 819,348–6396


Aztec Camping

Does your family like to stay busy and enjoy a wide range of activities when they go camping? Well, then Aztec Camping is the place to be! Year after year, this campground is a favourite family destination for RVs and the 834 campsites have everything you need to enjoy an amazing experience: miniature golf, volleyball court, and a soccer field, a supervised beach and a pool, a boat and bicycle rental service, water games, a park, a restaurant… Oh! And as a bonus, the Zoo de Granby is only a few minutes away!

1680, rue Principale, Granby — 450 378-9410


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And many more !

These five campgrounds are obviously not the only ones to welcome RV campers! See the complete list of campgrounds where you can go with your recreational vehicle!

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