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Camping du Pont Covered is always a camper favorite

Camping du Pont Covered is always a camper favorite

During the 18th Annual Convention of the Federation of Quebec Camping and Caravanning (FQCC), held in recent days in Bromont, the name of the biggest winner was revealed.

A grant of US$2,000 is being presented to their social club operators, as well as a commemorative prize on this occasion. Last year, the company also won first prize.

The other two finalists in the 2023 competition are Camping du domaine du rêve in Sainte-Angèle-de-Monnoir and Camping du Parc in Saint-Mathieu-du-Parc.

We registered over 3,600 participants to vote allowing them to choose their favorite sites from among 210 FQCC campsites. The organizers noted a 45.5% increase in the number of participants in the competition compared to the previous year.

Since 1999, the FQCC has made it an annual tradition to select a campground that stands out among its clients. My Favorite Campsite competition is the only vote-only competition for campers and caravans.

“We are particularly proud of the 3,632 participants who responded to the My Favorite Campsite competition. 80% of them were not members of the Quality Control Committee,” noted André Rivest, Director General of the organization.

“It is definitely a great success that we will repeat in 2024. Furthermore, the My Favorite Campsite 2024 competition will be launched next spring when the season opens. »

The four stars

Furthermore, Camping du Pont Couvert’s management has recently achieved a four-star rating.

“Despite the enormous challenge associated with the labor shortage this season, our team has managed to maintain the quality of operations. We are committed to rigorous maintenance and improving our infrastructure to ensure customer satisfaction. “We are very proud to have received this fourth star,” explains Mary Lawrence Bennett, co-owner. And the Director of Communications, which also indicates that the change in weather conditions did not prevent traffic movement like last year.

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The camp, bordered by the Moe and Aux Salmon rivers, opened its first sites in the 1960s and is located on a 42-acre site next to Milby Golf Club.

The current owners, Martin Bennett, Sylvie Bellavance and Mary Laurence Bennett, have been running it since September 2017.