Most of the paved entry road is in need of re-surfacing, though the gravel roads throughout the campground are in good condition. Firewood and ice are available ($) and there is free Wi-fi at the check-in kiosk. Cell phone coverage is excellent throughout the campground. The campground is located 10 km from the Porters Lake Shopping centre where there are gas stations (including diesel), bank, hardware, grocery store, liquor outlet, etc. Since hurricane Juan, this has become an open campground, though fast growing spruce trees generally provide decent privacy between sites. The 10 EW sites in Loop C resemble a parking lot. The rest of the sites are more typical of what you would expect to find in a provincial park. With the exception of the 10 EW sites (one of which is permanently occupied by the campground host), the rest of the sites are unserviced. Generator hours are from 10am to 8pm. There are clean washrooms with sinks, electricity, and free hot showers in each loop, as well as several potable water faucets and vault toilets in each loop, but no dishwashing station. This campground only recycles refundables. There are no hiking trails within the campground, though it is about a 7 km walk through the loops of the campground and the picnic park. There is a boat launch, and canoe and kayak opportunities are numerous, though rentals are not available. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice gem, a little north of Halifax. Park only has about 10 electric sites. We stayed overnight and dry camped but the views of the lake and the serenity made it worth it. Site were mostly open. Staff was super friendly and helpful. We camped here in a Motorhome.