This is not a place for a large RV. We stayed here in a 38ft fifth wheel. They have a number of seasonal sites which are neat and clean. The pull thru we used was barely big enough for us to pull into. The site was very slanted front to back. No 50amp service but we only need 30amp because it was cool. Water was hard to connect to and pressure was about 30-40 pounds but went down to zero at least once. Electric pole did not have a breaker and we had to tie our plug into the outlet. The outlet was in good condition but had an edge that would not allow our plug to fit in securely enough. Sewer was good. This is a nice place for smaller trailers, RV's or tent campers. Down below where we stayed they had a lot of pop-up, small travel trailers and tent campers. This area is nice. They have bumper boats and little race car track for kids. I liked the area. I had a trailer problem and the owners went out of their way to get me help in fixing the trailer. They even told me to stay as long as I needed to get the repair done and not to worry about the cost for the site.. I would stay here if I had a small trailer or were tent camping. Beautiful area on the Cabot Trail. WiFi is 16km north at Margaree Forks library or 14km south at a public access near a car dealership. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.