STARS: 4 out of 5
CAMPING MONT SAINTE ANNE, QUEBEC CITY, QUEBEC, CANADA: GPS 47.1241° N, 70.8791° W
We initially had site A20 reserved; however we arrived on a rainy day, and it was so muddy that our trailer tires were stuck in the muck and we couldn't get in. We went to the check in area and they were closed (it was 3:30pm) but upon calling the emergency number, someone was at the gate within 5 minutes. They found 3 other options for us, and were very friendly and accommodating. We wound up in H11, which was a nice site with some good space and privacy.
A loop is narrow road but by water.
Loop D has a wide road, and is very accessible, so if you are looking at sites on the map, that's a really good option if you have a big rig.
The dump on wrong side of the rig (passenger side if you pulled up like you typically would).
The bathrooms were fine but not great. There was wifi and laundry in the ski chalet.
The campground is a mountain biking paradise and there are nice hikes, too.
When you check in you get a discount coupon to Nordique Spa Mont Sainte Anne, which is super amazing. We went there on a Sunday late afternoon (5pm) and NO ONE was there (except the one woman that worked there). We had the entire place to ourselves. It was an incredible treat. There were hot spas and cold plunges, a dry sauna, a steam room, yurts to relax in with zero gravity chairs and fireplaces, hammocks and zero gravity chairs outside, a separate inside (not hot) room for chilling out, etc. It was a really nice place, especially having it all to ourselves. There is also a good locker room with showers, so bring your toiletries. You can rent towels or bring your own. They also have robes for rent.
The campground is near Saint Anne Basilica, which is a must see. I had no idea what this was, or that it was near the campground, but I was so impressed by its magnificence.
It is also an easy drive to Quebec City -- which is a great city to explore.
AT&T was the best cellular but still not good enough to stream.
VERIZON and T-Mobile not good