On site

We will be expecting you starting August 28.  Along with more than 60 dynamic volunteers, we will be on hand to make sure that your experience is a memorable one. Let’s call it a date for this extraordinary 30th get-together!

- Organizing Committee and it's volunteers

Exhibition

There will be an exhibition area on the grounds of the Domaine where the full range of LeisureDays RV Centre models will be on display. 

 

Sales booth

Several accessories and parts for RVs will be sold at the site by the LeisureDays RV Centre representatives.

 

The Le Droit daily

The Le Droit newspaper will be available to RVers for free.

 

Campsites

The campsites measure 25 feet by 50 feet (7.62 m by 15.24 m). Tents can be set up on the same site as an RV as long as they are within the campsite boundaries and the fire safety rules are followed. Sites can also be rented for tents only. There is no limit on the number of guests using a campsite, but the living conditions must be sound for both the guests and their neighbours.

 

Available services

- Drinking water station on the park                           - Water station for filling up reservoirs

 

- Waste collection station                                              - Wastewater disposal station

 

- Chemical toilets

The campsites in the Domaine des caravaniers have neither water or power. 


Shower access

The Rvers will be able to use the showers of the Centre Sportif de Gatineau (850, de la Gappe boulevard) at a cost of $2. They are available from Monday to Friday from 6 am to 9:30 pm and from Saturday to Sunday from 8 am to 8:30 pm. The Centre Sportif de Gatineau is located 10 minutes by bike and can be reached by bus with the free shuttle service (Station Cité). It is mandatory to wear a wristband-passport to take advantage of this offer.

 

Generators may be used as follows:

Morning: 8 to 9 a.m.

Mid-day: noon to 1 p.m.

Evening: 5 to 6:30 p.m.

Out of respect for your neighbourhood, please adhere to this schedule when recharging your RV battery.

 

For persons with disabilities or reduced mobility

Some 30 or so campsites are reserved for them, 15 of which have access to electricity. When reserving, be sure to mention your specific requirements. You will be asked to provide a supporting document, such as an accessible parking permit or a medical note. The campsites that are located close to an electrical source are assigned to RVers using a medical device requiring electricity.