This is the ideal spot for the musician of the bunch to take in the rich history of the acoustic treasures that the village of Sainte-Rose, Quebec holds. Known for its parish church, built in the early 1700's, Sainte-Rose holds tons of concerts each year for tourists and passer-byers to enjoy and why stop there? Experience the rest of this amazing Montreal area, by dropping by your Cruise Canada RV rental office at 198 Boulevard Cure LaBellel and climbing aboard for a tour of Quebec, Canada.
Start your journey by heading down the QC-30 O to QC-134 E and head straight into the heart of Montreal. Make the first stop one that could very well serve as the best place to start your discovery of this busy city. At The Museum of Archeology and History, take a unique underground elevator tour and explore the city's archeological dig that has revealed ancient ruins. You can learn all about the beginning of the original colony, to the present-day city of Montreal.
From ruins to roller coasters … you can park your motorhome at one of several nearby campgrounds, or in the parking lot of Montreal’s world-class (and Quebec’s largest) theme park at La Ronde! With rides and entertainment for all ages, La Ronde is jam packed with gut-churning plunges and kid-friendly attractions. It's also host to a popular international fireworks show. This park continually leaves families with smiles on their faces, and has been doing so since 1967. It's a guaranteed good time!
When you're ready for the wind down, gather the family and buckle in for a 2-hour ride towards the city of Ottawa, but first take a pit stop in the small quaint mountainside town of Rigaurd. Drop in for a quick bite to eat at one of Rigaud's local eateries, or take a breather in the unique “Champs de Patates,” a legendary rock garden that was once said to be a potato field until God caught the farmer breaking the Sabbath and changed all the potatoes to stones.
Continue traveling down TC-O and you'll eventually end up in Canada's capital city, Ottawa. Sitting on the south bank of the Ottawa River, this city is known as Canada’s technological and political center. As for entertainment, this community does not fall short. Ottawa has a myriad of different options for you and your traveling posse. Whether it's visiting The National Gallery of Canada, watching a live show at Ottawa’s Little Theater, walking the streets of The Langevin Block or simply catching a Senators hockey game at the Canadian Tire Center, you are sure to be left fulfilled and enlightened by the enchantment of Quebec, Canada.
Quebec is a world of its own, with history, entertainment, amusement and exploration for everybody that is going to be riding along in your class C RV! The attractions, mountains, rivers and towns surrounding this city will give you hundreds of options for fun and relaxation. Whatever it is that you are looking for, Montreal, QC is sure to deliver.