A unique campground next to one of the greatest whale observation spots that I know of or have heard of. A destination of choice for any kayak and/or Westfalia owners (don't ask me why), this is still a great destination for whale-loving landlubers. Popular spot for scuba-divers also. Whoever you are, bring your camera with you! The whales are so close to shore you don't necessarily need a long zoom lense, although it doesn't hurt to have one. For the same reason, binoculars are useful but not essential. Relaxing and pleasant/respectful campground without too many rules (just enough) to enjoy being there with other campers with similar interests. The only campground with a coffee shop equipped with a espresso machine! Bike-pulled trailer comes around late afternoon with fresh bread and pastries. You will love being awakened by the sound of whales surfacing nearby. Some people pay $$$$ to sit in a boat for hours to see a few whales for a few minutes. Here you get to see them ALL DAY LONG for the small price of a campsite! If kayaking, bring water boots/shoes with a good sole (more than just neoprene socks), the "put-in" has a rough cement ramp to the water. When buying groceries, be sure to try the micro-beers (including ones such as the "Vache folle" (Mad Cow) from Charlevoix). No reservations for campsites, show up in morning as spot ones you like that are being vacated. Good luck and have fun with the whales!