Our plans had us going to the Gaspe Peninsula in Quebec for 5 days and staying at Forillon National Park and driving almost 800 km. But time was getting short and we needed to be in Western Canada in less than a month and we still had lots of sightseeing, visiting, and moochdocking to get done. So, as usual, we changed our plans (that were as firm as jello) and headed across New Brunswick and up towards Quebec.

 

We went onto a provincial park north of Edmunston for a quick overnight before proceeding on to Quebec City.

 

Campground: Parc Provincial de la Republique
Location: Directly off Trans Canada Highway (2) north of Edmunston
Site: 46 (pull thru)
Cost: $37.90 (CAD)
Services: E/W
Comments: A nice campground next to Trans Canada Highway for easy access and perfect for us for an overnight. We had a nice pull thru away from the entrance and any traffic noise. We entered our site via a long road which dead ended into our pull thru site. Very interesting!

 

The campground has a variety of amenites such as a swimming pool and a laundry but we didn’t have a chance to use them. The campground is also right next to a lovely gardens and an automobile museum. Both are right at the campground entrance such that you can walk to them.