Best said it is adequate. The "pull" through sites are short and if other units are on sites, maneuvering is almost impossible. Sites are far from level, power is good but water pressure is inconsistent. Was in the shower, soapy and shampoo and water disappeared! If you wish to use the "new" wifi, don't plan on staying in your coach. It is intermittent at best. A large motor home parked next to us and the signal was lost until it moved. The laundry has 4 each of washers and dryers and all worked although they were old. Could use some place to hang clothes as they come out of the dryer and a good cleaning. The good thing going for this campground is great ice cream at a good price. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Easy campground to find and fast check in to the park. The person was friendly. The internal roads needed attention in the worst way because they had large pot holes. The first site we had wasn't level and also very difficult to access. I asked for a different pull through site and was given one. It was much better however the access was still somewhat difficult. There is a nice restaurant located next to the office. The water pressure was low at times. Many sites are grass and it had rained so it was a little muddy for some of the campers when they were ready to leave. Limited TV reception; only one station. We camped here in a 5th wheel. They had a swimming pool and laundry facilities but we didn't use them. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is an older park with a nice location on the river. The spaces are either back-in or pull through. Most are 30 amp sites. The sites are quite narrow and if the park was full would be very congested. The laundry and washrooms need some cleanup. This may be because it was the end of the season. They have 2 Wi-Fi sites but even with a strong signal could not provide continuous service with only a few campers in the park. Rate is with Good Sam discount. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Campsite was a pull through and was level and grassy. However, these sites are extremely narrow and had our neighbor been parked all the way over on his lot our awning would have touched their trailer. This would be an extremely packed area had the campground been full. The playground has some interesting items (all made out of scrap wood) but there is little standard playground equipment. It appears somewhat dated and is really lacking things for the children to play on. The pool is extremely small for a campground of this size. There is a small beach but most of it is rocky. The washrooms were clean but appeared dated as did most of the items at this campground. There is also a historic graveyard literally feet some of the sites. This is not something we were told about and while it may be fine for some, I find it rather unsettling to be sleeping that close to graves. The graveyard is in disrepair and it is obviously not respected or tended to. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We arrived on Friday, staff not overly friendly. Woke up Saturday morning to no water, I first thought our own trailer but realized it was campground. Our neighbor had called the office at 4:00 am to report no water. My husband who is a licensed pump installer talked to the owner. He didn't want to step on anyone's toes locally but could have had water fixed in 2 hours. Owner advised they were getting a pump from local well driller. He asked my husband if the price they were charging him was a good price. Water was available from town with a very small pipe but because so many on it, it was like a trickle. We had to fill our own trailer tank in order to have water. Showers were out of the question. Two other couples with us had reported no water to office. Upon checkout our friends requested a reduction in rate that they paid for full-hookup. Staff were unbelievably rude saying no one told them no water, this was completely untrue and kicked them out of the office telling them not to come back. Well guess what word of mouth is a powerful thing. We did like the campground but how can you go back when you were treated this way. When you pay for full hook up, you expect to get the service. Supposedly nobody else in the campground had an issue with the water. That is complete bull****. If I owned a campground it wouldn't matter how much a new pump cost, one would be installed right away to give my customers what they paid for. Wi-fi was a complete joke too. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 8 / 10 ]
Very friendly staff. Plenty of room for 40 ft rigs. A caravan with several big rigs was here when we checked in, utilizing all the 50 amp sites. A different caravan replaced them the next day. Sites are level grass with plenty of room for slides and toad. 30 amp was steady with 115V to 120V. Strongly recommend the lantern graveyard tour in Annapolis Royal (suggested by the campground staff). Good satellite reception. We camped here in a Motorhome.
As mentioned by another rater, the best thing about this campground is the location. The campground hosts, a young married couple, were both friendly. This campground was not designed to handle anything longer than 30'. We have a 41' motorhome and I have driven it and parked it in some pretty tight places. We would not have been able to enter or exit our site had there been anybody behind or next to us. This campground didn't have anything to offer us except location. Pretty muddy when we visited. We wouldn't stay here again. The Wi-Fi was not very good. We camped here in a Motorhome.
As mentioned by others, the real plus to this campground is its location. It was reasonable and very well maintained. Washrooms were cleaned frequently. There was a new laundry. There was a restaurant on site and an awesome ice cream bar (many passers-by dropped in for a cone). There were lots of interesting playground items for the kids including a teepee and wagon one could rent and sleep in. The main draw back was the length and approach of the pull-through sites. We barely made it on and the turns were very tight given the other rigs parked. I think they could fix this up by allowing folk to park across 2 sites. (We saw 1 large motorhome doing this). We would probably stay there again We camped here in a Motorhome.
The biggest positive about this campground is the location: 5 minutes from Annapolis Royal and a good central location to go to lots of other area attractions. The biggest negative is the length of the pull through sites. Our 38' 5th wheel filled up the whole length of the site and we were barely able to park the tow truck sideways in front of the trailer. Lots and lots of dust kicked up by campers passing your site. I took a water hose and soaked the road in front of our site one afternoon and one of the employees riding by in a golf cart told me that was a good idea. (Maybe they should think about doing it themselves.) We stayed here a week only because of the relative location for day trips. Tough choice on whether we would stay here again. There are other campgrounds in the area, but none are quite as convenientely located for day trips. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Dunromin campsites are tightly packed together and ridiculously small. The management is beyond rude and the office staff appear to be under trained (though quite nice). Sites are so close together that tents practically touch from one site to another. There was not enough room for the picnic table and our two person tent without cramping the style of the neighbors. The site is beyond poor and very poorly run. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The campsite we had was lovely, right on the river. There was no beach and the river was very cold. The pool was small but very clean. The bathrooms were older and dated but clean. The staff was very helpful and the store was stocked pretty good. They don't enforce quite time and people all around us were partying until 2 am. Not allot to do in the area with kids, upper clemments park was fun, did kodiak whale watch, which was good. Campground sites were nice, large, clean and well maintained. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
We used this park as a base camp for exploring Historic Port Royal,Fort Anne and the historic gardens, and Nova Scotia Power's Tidal Generating Station, which uses the high tide of the Bay of Fundy to generate electricity. The park is located on the Annapolis River, and the nicest sites are along or backing onto the river. We saw seals and loons on the river in the evenings. Pull-through sites are long and level. The washroom was not cleaned while we were there, which causes us to wonder about the 9* rating. The park offers most services,but is in need of some TLC and general "sprucing up. " We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.