What else can I say except that these owners are the greatest. We spend a few days there every year on our way to and from Canada. Super clean campground and very large organized sites. This area is also a great base camp as there are many truck service vendors that are motor home friendly near I-95( within 7-8 miles). There is a great restaurant right on premises that serves very good and reasonably priced food. The owners know us by name and always have the perfect site for our extra long rig. The park roads are level and easy to navigate. The separated power pedestals are modern and convenient. Washrooms are clean and tidy. We found no objectionable items in this park.
I probably would bypass this park completely next time. A bit on the unfriendly side and not that much to offer. The sites are cramped and I would not consider this a big rig park. It is what it is - a small park with small sites and that charges like parks with big sites. Disappointed.
Passport America rate listed at $17.00. Sites are only 2 way but fairly adequate. Large sites and easy access. Very picturesque area. Great place for a 3-5 day stay. Easy access dump station on the way out.
Nice little park with great staff. A few sites up front are big rig capable. Small rental cabins are quite nice for the auto traveler. Close to Gagetown with restaurants and food shopping. Very scenic area.
We stayed here for three nights. The sites were very spacious and also very level, with strong Wi-Fi access at the site. The campground itself is in a great location to tour the Cabot Trail, which by the way was one of the most breathtakingly scenic trips my wife and I have ever been on. The park was also very well-maintained; it seemed that someone was always cleaning somewhere. We would definitely stay here again.