Medium class at best. Staff was quite disinterested and actually wanted us to wait until she finished her (obviously private) telephone conversation. Campgrounds are nice, playground was not very well maintained, Wi-Fi was barely usable. Restrooms were OK. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
This campground has one area that has nice easy pull throughs, thats where we were - site 13. Sites are pretty level and big enough for bigger rigs. Cell reception was fine (AT&T, Verizon). Wi-Fi was annoying, it did keep booting us off. I finally waited till the middle of the night to log on, just so I could check my email, etc. I would still stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We spent 5 nights here in a pull-thru site facing the ocean. The staff were extremely nice and the property was clean. The only issue at all that came up was the internet kept crashing due to bandwidth hogs (people who use "free" internet to stream videos, download movies or game). The staff was doing the best they could but this campground could stand to add a filtering system to their internet (this prevents downloading/streaming, etc). Many other campgrounds do this with much success. Hyclass is a lovely campground and we would return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice, quiet family campground. The people are friendly & the park is very well maintained. We had a pull through site overlooking the water for our 40'motorhome. The views were really nice & the sunsets were beautiful. We realized we had a diesel fuel leak when we pulled into the campground. The owner came right away to see what he could do to help us. Luckily for us, he knew someone well versed in diesel engines & sent him over the next day. We had a heck of a time getting the part we needed, but everyone went well beyond what you would expect to help us get what we needed, not have to be towed & still enjoy our stay. I really don't know what we would have done without their help. This is a great campground if you want to sight see around the Cape Breton area. We like to park the motorhome & sight see by car. We were able to take day trips to the Cabot Trail & the Louisburg Fort (don't take the Fleur de lis Trail). It's about an hour to the Bras d'or Lake, which is really beautiful. You could tour Halifax from here if you wanted to stay overnight. It's about an hour & a half drive to the Ferry to Prince Edward Island. There are also people who just stay here because it's peaceful & nice. They also have free Wi-Fi at your site, which was nice. We would definitely stay here again if we ever returned to the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Okay CG but definitely feels neglected in the maintenance department. Lots of overhanging trees and bushes that would impeded a large RV. 30 amp only. Our site was pretty level, utilities were fine; Wi-Fi kept disconnecting. Tiny beach with large sharp rocks - bring your water shoes if you want to try to swim. Hard to understand how they can charge $40 for what they provide. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Due to weather our site was not level. Imagine they will remedy this as the season progresses. Showers are for a fee, likely because of so many tent sites (which looked great, by the way). The beach area is beautiful. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
There are three areas: A, B and C. Sites in A are wooded, 2-way, good spacing and fairly level, but would not accommodate any bigger rig. Sites in B are open, water view, pull-through, 3-way but very close together. Sites in C are closest to the water but unserviced. Nice location, friendly staff, bought four pounds of frozen mackerel fillets for $8. Area for swimming with rocky beach. Probably would not return but good stopover park. We camped here in a Motorhome.