Thinking about taking your rented rig into Québec City? Traffic in Québec's capital isn't as bad as in Montréal, but road conditions are among the worst in Canada, so watch for potholes. If you're looking for daytime parking downtown, RVs are welcome at the Plains of Abraham and on Rue du Cardinal-Maurice-Roy near Parc Victoria. Many nearby campgrounds also offer shuttles to the city if you'd prefer not to drive.
Undoubtedly, one of the highlights of your Québec City trailer rental will be Old Québec. A UNESCO World Heritage site, Old Québec is over 400 years old and feels more like a quaint French town than a Canadian city. After touring the cobbled streets and local stores, pay a visit to Fairmont Le Château Frontenac. Built in 1893, this grand hotel sits atop a 177-foot (54-metre) hill overlooking Old Québec. The hotel has hosted many world-famous guests, from Céline Dion to Queen Elizabeth II.;
If you're searching for an excursion that the kids in your crew will love, visit the Aquarium of Québec. With over 10,000 critters from 300 species, this is one of the best aquariums in Québec. All ages will love learning about the local ecosystem of the St. Lawrence River, as well as coming face-to-face with endangered polar bears. One of the aquarium highlights is a 92,000 gallon (350,000 litre) tank filled with fish from the Pacific Ocean.
RVers who'd prefer to step off the beaten track during their Québec City motorhome rental should plan a trip to Jacques Cartier National Park. Situated 31 miles (50 kilometres) north of Québec City, this massive park covers over 165,500 acres (670 square kilometres) of the lush Laurentian Mountains. One of the best activities is kayaking or canoeing along the Jacques Cartier River, which has carved deep valleys between the mountains. There are also over 62 miles (100 kilometres) of trails if you prefer hiking over paddling. Other popular activities include fishing, skiing, and wildlife watching.