We are in Beaubassin municipal campground in Bonaventure [+48° 2' 19.12", -65° 28' 58.21"] on the Chaleur Bay in Gaspésie Québec Canada for the first time. It is a very nice place, on one of the warmest beach of the northern east coast. As we are in a Trillium
1976, we can live with the strong winds of the windy sea days. The campground is large, quiet and clean. There are sections for tents and tent-tralers (with 1 ot 2 ou 3 services). There is a free wifi.
The ebach is nice and there is a marina beside. Also we have made a long kayak trip on the Bonaventure river (salmon river!) with a local provider (Cime Aventures). We visited a fish fossils provincial museum in Miguasha (1 hour) and appreciate it.
The Percé< rock is at about 1h30 from here.
We met Mr and Mrs Gaudin of Mont-Louis in the campground (picture 1). Mr Gaudin is the owner of a Trillium
1977 he bought new in 1977! I also scan his original instructions booklet and put it on the web. http://www.marcbarriere.com/?page_id=1611