Friday, June 6, 2014

Car Camping in Parc National d’Oka - A beautiful campground with a unique history

Written by Mariane Colombe

Rating:              ***

Not all campsites are the same.

The article, Car Camping in Parc National d’Oka, tells us about the park and its origins. The park is located in Quebec, not far from Montreal, and has many heritage buildings on and around the park from the times on the monks.  It is a large park with over 500 campsites and 300 trailer sites. It has access to toilets, showers, first aid and garbage disposal.  There is so much to do all year round from mountain biking, hiking, bird watching, swimming in the summer and snowshoeing in the winter. 

I think it sounds like an interesting park that has a lot of things to do and discover. I would be most interested in going there in the summer time to swim and be on the beach.  The article made me realize that there can be a lot of different types of campgrounds and that this one has a lot of activities that I wasn’t aware of.

This article should make people looking for this kind of camping experience want to travel there.

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