Since 1985 Debonair Campground has been committed to fun, family-friendly camping and building lasting memories.
Debonair Campground was established in 1985 by JP & Agnes Gosselin, with a commitment to family-oriented camping enjoyment. After more than 30 years of successfully building their business, the Gosselin’s have found someone who shares their vision and passion. Effective April of 2017, James Katsabanis will be carrying on the Debonair tradition of providing a safe, friendly, and cooperative camping experience for families. James combines his many years of high-quality customer-service and successful business management experience with his life-long love for nature, wildlife, and the great outdoors and his dedication to family values.
James looks forward to continuing to offer the same high-quality product and service that inspires customers to keep coming back. With an average of a 97% return rate, Debonair Campground often serves as a stepping stone to becoming a cottage owner and/or permanent resident in St. Malo. Debonair Campground prides itself on creating a peaceful environment that allows family and friends to have fun and build lasting memories.
Debonair Campground is now up to 203 campsites, 186 of them are seasonal and 17 are casual overnight sites. Debonair guests can enjoy their private beach within a short stroll of their personalized camping sites. The palm trees around the beach make for a tropical feel, and play structures throughout the campground provide a safe and fun area for kids of all ages.
Debonair Campground is proud of its considerable role in the economy and growth of the local community, and employs a full-time maintenance staff who keeps the grounds and structures in meticulous condition. On weekends, a Night Attendant ensures a pleasant and safe environment for guests, and local contractors are employed on a regular basis.
James is excited to join the community, and looks forward to meeting all his new neighbors.
Even though the facilities are not open to the public in general, James invites the public to take a drive around the campground to see first-hand what Debonair Campground has to offer.