RV Parkings and Dump Stations

Guy Lessard

Finding a campsite or a place to park your camper or RV isn’t always easy. Luckily, there are plenty of spots in and around Québec City to help you make the most of your RV vacation. Below is a list of dedicated parking zones, so you can travel with confidence.

Please note that overnight parking is prohibited in rest stops and Walmart parking lots.

  • Overnight Parkings

    You’ll find a wide variety of campgrounds on Québec City’s outskirts no matter which direction you arrive from. And if you want to get closer to the action, there are several secure sites where you can camp within the city itself.


    Bassin Louise

    320, rue Abraham-Martin
    Year-round, 24/7 
    No service, no reservations
    $70 for 24 hours (pay station or payment with the Flowbird app - available on Android and Iphone)

  • 2

    Baie de Beauport

    1, boulevard Henri-Bourassa
    Mid-May to mid-October
    No service. Gate closed from 11 p.m. to 9:30 a.m. with no exit or re‑entry. No vehicles over 25 ft. 
    Fees apply

  • 3

    Domaine Orléans RV Rest Stop

    1067, Chemin Royal, Saint-Pierre-de-l'Île-d'Orléans

  • Daytime Parkings

    If you’re just passing through Québec City, there are a few places to park your camper or RV and visit nearby tourist sites without worrying about parking tickets.


    Plains of Abraham

    Parking is permitted in front of the parking meters on Taché, de Bernières and Georges VI streets. You must pay for the number of space (s) that your vehicle occupies. Parking is also permitted on Ontario Avenue in the 60-minute sections. You have to pay at the terminal at the Plains of Abraham Museum ($2.50 per hour, $9 for 12 hours) and you must leave before midnight.

  • 5

    Parc Victoria / Stade municipal (Municipal Stadium)

    100, Rue du Cardinal-Maurice-Roy
    Year-round until midnight
    Free for the first 90 minutes weekdays from 9 a.m. to noon and from 1:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. Free on weekends from 6 a.m. to midnight.  

  • RV Dump Stations

    At the end of your stay, use one of Québec City’s many easy-access stations for emptying your reservoir before you hit the road.


    Garage municipal de Beauport

    415, boulevard Raymond

  • 7

    Rue des Ingénieurs

    Close to avenue Saint-Sacrement

  • 8

    Garage municipal de L’Ancienne-Lorette

    6476, rue Yvon-Dolbec


The Québec City region offers several types of campgrounds that accept motorized vehicles, here are our suggestions.

Free RV Parkings

The region has many Terego hosts, a network of free RV parking lots. This network operates by subscription and allows members to park overnight at local hosts such as vineyards, farms and orchards.

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