Rikiki Campers

205, rue Saint-Jean-Baptiste Est
Rimouski (Quebec) Canada
G0L 1B0


Rikiki Campers is a friendly company that rents small camper vans for adventurers who want to discover the wild side of Québec!

Our happy camper vans for two will meet all your basic travel needs. Your adventure starts in Rimouski, the beginning and end point of your tour of the Gaspé Peninsula or any other road trip! During your trip, we will store your vehicle for free in a secure parking area.

Rikiki campers give you the opportunity to dream big and save big! A Rikiki trip will take you off the beaten path, as you can experience adventure as simply as possible.

Want to leave from Montréal or somewhere else in Québec? Contact us!

Rikiki friends:

  • Visit Distillerie du St-Laurent in Rimouski in a Rikiki and tour their facilities for free!
  • Borrow two books from the Alto collection for the duration of your trip! You have about 40 books to choose from (in French only).


Open year-round


White season (winter), from November 1 to March 31: $75/day. Bud season (spring), from April 1 to June 14: $100/day. Festival season (summer), from June 15 to September 15: $145/day. Colours season (fall), from September 16 to October 31: $110/day.

Payment methods

  • Visa  Visa
  • MasterCard  MasterCard


Reservations required at least 24 hours in advance


  • Pets allowed
  • Other: Pillows, fitted sheets, cookware, dishes for two people

How to get there

By car, take Highway 20 East to Trois-Pistoles, then Route 132 East to Rimouski. Once you are in Rimouski, take Avenue de la Cathédrale, which crosses Rue Saint-Jean-Baptiste.

By plane, you can fly to Québec City and then drive to Rimouski (follow the instructions in the previous paragraph). You can also fly to Mont-Joli and then take Highway 20 West to Rimouski.

From Côte-Nord, you can take the ferry from Forestville to Rimouski. You can also take a ferry from Baie-Comeau (or Godbout) to Matane, from Les Escoumins to Trois-Pistoles or from Saint-Siméon to Rivière-du-Loup.

Affiliations and distinctions


  • Tourisme Bas-Saint-Laurent

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