Nice very quiet private campground. Sites are on the larger size for a private campground. No screening between sites. Staff was helpful and friendly. Laundry facilities are modern and clean. Looks like about half the sites are occupied by seasonal campers, but they are all very nice and a quiet group. Utilities are good and very good wifi worked at our site. We would definitely stay here again.
This is the BEST private campground we have seen to date in Canada! The facilities are superb, modern, clean and in full working order. The views of the Bay of Fundy are incredible. The staff is very friendly and helpful. They have gone out of their way to have information about local attractions readily available. Wi-Fi worked at our site (oceanfront and pretty far from the office) but speed was slow on occasions (but still perfectly usable for web surfing and emails, not movie streaming). The sites are close together as is typical in private campgrounds but when we were here (Labor Day Weekend) the campground was at least half empty so we had several sites between us and the neighbors. The rates for the oceanfront sites are about $10 to $15/day higher than for sites at other inland campgrounds with no ocean views. But if you want a million dollar view of the Bay of Fundy, this is one of the best values for oceanfront camping in North America. Our daily rate (converted to US $) for an oceanfront site reflects a 10% discount for a one week stay. The campground is very close to Annapolis Royal (just over the mountain.) We would definitely stay here again.
Very nice RV park near Halifax, NS. This is the best place to stay if you are visiting the City. We had a beautiful, private pull through site with very reliable 30 amp service. WiFi is blazing fast and reliable. We would definitely stay here again.
This place is an overpriced dump! They lost our reservation for a three-way site and offered us a two-way in the first come first served section, which was fine for us. However, our site was as unlevel as could be and still be called a "site." The roads and a lot of the sites are gravely and dusty (muddy when it rained.) The owner is in the process of opening up more sites every place he can shove them in. It looked like most of the sites were seasonal campers with a lot of trashy campers and site "decorations." The dump station was not accessible to us upon our departure due to the packed trailers everyplace (there was only one through road and the dump station was not on it!). And, as if all that wasn't bad enough, this place is campfire hell! The seasonal tenant behind us burned (I should really say,"smoked or smoldered" not burned) the trashiest smelling wood I've even smelled. On a weekend night, this place was worse than downtown Beijing during a smog alert. We would never stay here again.
This park is overpriced, poorly maintained, and our site was extremely small. I had to park our tow vehicle on the adjacent site which thankfully was not rented the time we were there or I would have had to put our truck somewhere that would have been quite inconvenient to the site. Our site had a weedy gravel patch for parking the trailer which was not level and severely mounded. Our picnic table sat in a muddy ditch adjacent to the site next door where we parked our truck. This ditch was about 5 feet wide and then you had the weedy gravel patch for the adjacent site. We noted that most of the other sites had a similar arrangement and that the other pads were also not maintained. The park did have good Wi-Fi, however. We would not stay here again.
Very friendly owners and nicely run campground. Good location to explore just about all of PEI. Close to Charlottetown, Cavendish, Rustico, National Parks, etc... About half the sites are seasonal. Unlike some other campgrounds in Canada, the owners of this property have taken care to make sure that the seasonal occupants are of good quality and well behaved (sorry, no good way to make this point.) The only "ding" is the location of a local 1/4 mile oval race track to the south which has races nearly every Saturday during the summer. Usually, if the wind is not directly from the south you'd hardly know they were there, but if the wind is strong and from the south you will notice them. But it's over in three hours or so and the rest of the experience more than makes up for this. We would definitely stay here again.
A very pleasant family operated campground on the Mohawk River in the NY Capital District. They offer boat launching and boat dock facilities. The campground is kept very clean. The friendly owner lives on site. The sites are level and reasonably large for a private campground and easy to get into. There is a twice weekly pump out service for $6.00 which makes a long term stay more pleasant. The only downside are the train tracks that pass about 1/2 mile away. This is a fairly busy rail line and trains go though at all hours with their horns blaring due to the nearby road crossing. We found this situation kind of quaint and not a deal killer, but if you are sensitive to this type of noise intrusion you need to consider this.
Rate was for a "prime waterfront" site with electric only. This is a very nice campground and park for families and offers boat launch and dock facilities on Seneca Lake. Site are large. Some utility pedestals are located in quirky spots and you may need an extension cord to reach it. We would stay here again.