Camping Juneau et Chalets

Campgrounds

153, chemin du Lac
Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures
QC, G3A 1W7

Campground located on chemin du Lac, about 12 km (7.5 miles) west of downtown Québec City. A total of 150 campsites with full or partial shade, 10 showers and 10 toilets. Convenience store, restaurant, laundry facilities and ice onsite. Playground for children and recreational facilities, cycling path in front of the campground. Take a tour of a century-old sugar shack. Canoe, pedal boat and bicycle on rental. Reserve time at the spa to relax. A stop for the local bus to Québec City is just outside the campground. Free Wi-Fi.

Access for Mobility Impaired People:
Partial

Parking:
Free Outdoor on Site

Hotel Rating:

CITQ Number: 198461

Number of Turn-Key Camping: 7
Closing Date: October 31
Number of Campsites: 164
Number of Campsites - 0 Service: 7
Number of Campsites - 1 Service: 20
Number of Campsites - 2 Services: 35
Number of Campsites - 3 Services: 102
Opening Date: May 1

Available Unavailable
Convenience Store
Dumping Station
Free WI-FI Internet
Laundry
Pet-Friendly
Showers
Snack-Bar
Toilets

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TripAdvisor 3.5 (Based on 86 reviews)

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153, chemin du Lac
Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures, QC,
G3A 1W7
Camping Juneau et Chalets

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