The first thing I discovered while writing this article is this:\nFree campsites are rare.\nNot only that, but some sites that used to be free often change their policies and start randomly charging small amounts of money depending on the year.\nSo be smart and bring $20. You know, just in case.\nWe still managed to find 7 FREE campsite as well as 2 very cheap ones. We also posted a link to a great Facebook group who share their secret camping spots as well as a map displaying the different areas where camping is unrestricted.\nCheck them out at the bottom of this article.\n1. Halte Municipale de la Sarre\nAmenities:\nDrinking Water \tDump Station \tHorse Corral \tPicnic Tables\nClick here for more info.\n2. Rapide 2\nAmenities:\nBoat Ramp \tFire Ring \tNear Water\nClick here for more info.\n3. Rapide 7\nAmenities:\nBoat Ramp \tFire Ring \tNear Water\nClick here for more info.\n4. Ville Marie\nAmenities:\nLaundry \tPicnic Tables \tRestrooms\nClick here for more info.\n5. Opackoteak Pass\nAmenities:\nNone\nClick here for more info.\n6. James Bay Road\nAmenities:\nBoat Ramp \tFire Ring \tPicnic Tables \tRestrooms \tNear Water\nClick here for more info.\n7. Lighthouse - Pointe au Père\nAmenities:\nNear Water\nClick here for more info.\n8. Leclercville Municipal Campground ($10)\nAmenities:\nDrinking Water \tDump Station \tFire Ring \tLaundry \tPicnic Tables \tRestrooms\nClick here for more info.\n9. Halte VR de Québec ($15)\nAmenities:\nDrinking Water \tDump Station\nClick here for more info.\nIf you're looking for more suggestions, check out the Camping Sauvage Quebec's group where people post their own secret spots or you can scope out your own site on this map. (Green and Yellow areas are all FREE)\nAdd mtlblog on Snapchat.