Quebec Destinations – Interactive Map

Quebec Destinations – Interactive Map

Quebec is an absolutely beautiful province to visit.  The landscape is breathtaking from mountains to valleys, forests and the beautiful sea.   We’ve made this interactive map for you with our Quebec Destinations.  Places we have visited and documented with pictures and videos have all been listed on the map below.

Click on an icon and you’ll be able to watch the video we’ve made, or read about it here on our site.  Here’s what the icons refer to:

 

Bike Cam

A bike ride video created by mounting a camera on the bike’s handlebars and enjoying the ride.

Drone Cam

Drone videos shot using the DJI Mini 2 drone.

Regular Park visits

Places we drove to and snapped video and pictures.  The newer ones are narrated, the older ones are not.

Drive Cam

A video taken as we drive along roads we think are interesting.  No narration.

Quebec Destinations – Interactive Map

 

More interactive maps:
Texas Destinations – All the places we have visited in Texas

Florida Destinations – All the places we have visited in Florida

Quebec Destinations – All the places we have visited in Quebec

Scenic Drives – Dash Cam videos – all the scenic drives we’ve taken

Drone Tours – Our Drone only videos

Waterfall Chasing – All the waterfalls we have visited in Ontario

Waterfront Trail – Bike Cam videos riding along the Great Lakes Waterfront Trail

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Yours Truly …. Yula

 

A Few Hours in Quebec City

A Few Hours in Quebec City

Date Visited:  July 28, 2019

Pointe-au-Père Maritime Historic Site

Today our plan is to head south and spend A Few Hours in Quebec City.  On the way, we stopped for a visit at Pointe-au-Père Maritime Historic Site.  The lighthouse stands over 100 feet tall, the second tallest in Canada.  This historic site is also home to the Onondaga submarine.  And, as everywhere else in the Gaspe Peninsula, the views are absolutely stunning.

A Few Hours in Quebec City

We arrived in Quebec City a few hours later.  This is one of Canada’s oldest cities – it really feels like being in a European city.  It was fun walking through the narrow cobblestone streets, and admiring the beautiful architechture.  The views of the St. Lawrence Seaway are spectacular!

After Quebec City, we found a little spot in Saint-Pierre-les-Becquets that was perfect for an overnight stay.  It was busy with fishermen in the late afternoon, and busy with people coming to watch the amazing sunset in the evening.  After that, it was nice and quiet for the few of us left for the overnight stay.  

 

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The Beauty of Quebec’s Gaspe Peninsula

The Beauty of Quebec’s Gaspe Peninsula

Date Visited:  July 24-27, 2019

After driving around the Cabot Trail, we arrived in New Brunswick.  We had a decision to make.  Do we now drive straight back home, or do we go up north and around that peninsula in Quebec?  It seemed like it would be a nice drive at the very least, so we decided to do it.  Little did we know what was waiting for us in The Beauty of Quebec’s Gaspe Peninsula.

Before we headed there though, since the weather was nice, we thought we’d visit Kellys Beach in Kouchibouguac National Park.  It was day 23 of our east coast trip and we still haven’t had a beach day!  Today was our lucky day.  It was warm, and the beach was lovely.

After the beach, we headed to Miscou Island Lighthouse.  We could see on our boondocking app that many car campers highly recommeded this spot for an overnight stay.  We were not disappointed.  There were many campers in cars, RV’s, vans and even tents.  

Our next night was also pretty incredible.  We ended up at a place called Anse a Dominique.  We arrived early, loved the spot and spent the rest of the day here.  We felt like we were in heaven 

On the most northern end of the Gaspe Peninsula there is Forillon National Park.  It’s full of gorgeous landscapes, waterfalls, trails and of course, Cap-des-Rosiers Lighthouse!

The rest of the drive around the top end of the peninsula was absolutely beautiful.  Most of the road is right along the seashore.  There are tons of gorgeous rest stops all along the way.  We took our time and enjoyed this part of the province immensely.  The Gaspe Peninsula is definitely Quebec’s best kept secret!

The Beauty of Quebec’s Gaspe Peninsula

 

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Driving from Toronto to New Brunswick

Driving from Toronto to New Brunswick

Date Visited:  July 2-3, 2019

The first couple of days of our road trip was spent driving from Toronto To New Brunswick.  We spent a lot of time driving so that we could get to Nova Scotia quickly.  We aimed to get past Montreal on our first day, and settled in a little town called  Beloeil, Quebec.  

Night 1 – Richelieu River, Quebec

The first spot we tried in this area was Halte Routière Otterburn Park.  There was a nice view of the Richelieu River and room for a few small campers.  It had an electric car charging station and a bicycle repair station.  It had 24 hour clean washrooms and drinkable water.  We wanted to stay here but this spot was noisy and busy until well after midnight. So we moved on to the next spot we found on freecampsites.net.

We found this roadside pull off on freecampsites.net, and was easy to get to.  It was very quiet overnight, and very little traffic.  The pier had a little bit of breeze which helped with the heat.  There was another van when we arrived but there was room for both.

Night 2 – Maces Bay, New Brunswick

We arrived at this spot before sunset.  There used to be a boat ramp here, but it was demolished and there was construction going on.  It was very quiet throughout the night, but were awakened at  7:00am when the construction began.  We didn’t encounter any mosquitos or black flies.  It was a nice spot to watch the sunset and the changing of the tide.  It is also a good spot for stargazing late at night as there are no light around.  There’s lots of room for any size camper to stay here.  It’s a nice drive along Maces Bay with a view of the sea.  It was worth going out of our way to stay at this spot.

Driving from Toronto to New Brunswick

We travelled about 1500 km in the first 2 days!  The road from Riviere-du-Loup to the New Brunswick border was not very good to drive on.  But once we arrived in New Brunswick, the road was great!

 

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