Quebec by RV

Quebec City is one of those places you can spend a long time exploring and still never see the hidden gems. We’ve put together some of our favourite off the map places to see in Quebec.

1. Explore the Fjords in Parc National du Fjord du Saguenay. They run for 105 km at the mouth of the Saguenay River. If you decide to visit in the winter, bring your snowshoes!

2. If you love to drive the coastline the Mingan Archipelago National Park is a must. Between the wildlife (Puffins!) and the limestone pinnacles it won’t disappoint.

3. The almost 250 km stretch between Montreal and Quebec city boasts some of the most scenic landscapes which are littered with river’s, lakes, cheese makers and let’s not forget the wineries.

4. Forillan National Park on the Gaspe Peninsula provides a unique coastal experience to discover and explore. Keep your eyes open for whale watching and hidden beaches.

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Cheap RV Rentals Quebec City

Quebec City is a beautiful city with a European feel, set on the cliffs overlooking the Saint Lawrence River. Getting a cheap RV rental in Quebec City will take some planning and organization, but the RV rental trip will be well worth your time.

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If you would like a cheap RV rental from Quebec City why not stay local. You can expect to pay at least 34 cents per kilometre that you travel in the RV. You will also need to pay for gas. On average a motorhome will use about 25 kilometres per 100 kilometre of gas. Instead stay around Quebec City and see what amazing things this city has to offer. Travel from Square One has mapped out this detailed walking tour with stops at Palace Royale, Chateau Frontenac and La Citadelle.

So if you would like a cheap RV rental from Quebec City why not stay local and check out the rich history and beauty of the old city.