Yup, that's awesome.
I have two awesome campground tales to tell from this month. Some campgrounds start shutting down anytime after Labor Day in these northern climes. By October - just a guess - maybe 50% are closed. So we're out enjoying our fall tour of the Gaspe region and we arrive in a town named Bonaventure. The waterfront municipal campground was closed but the wise managers of Bonaventure left the gates open so that end-of-season travelers like us could overnight. For us, this free night was a perfect excuse to go out for dinner and later dessert in town. No doubt we spent double what campsite would have cost
We met a couple in a small 21' Class C that were visiting from Germany who were also thrilled by the towns generosity. It is a beautiful place by the way. Pier, lighthouse, beach, sunset.....
A few days later we cut across the Peninsula knowing that we could always head to Bonaventure (50 mile detour) if we couldn't find a place to stay on the current route. We arrived at a campground in New Richmond that had closed for the season but we called anyway and the owner asked where we were. We were parked right there so he came outside gave us a nice full hookup spot with wifi for $20. We had an end site facing the river. It was awesome that he let us in.