Paid $18 with Passport America rate for 1 night only. Very nice park with a nice pool, hot tub, large patio, and large kitchen, I'm guessing for groups. All sites do not have tables but large sites and paved. The whole park slopes a little downhill but not too much that it affects getting your rig level with a few blocks. Very nice showers. I will stay here again
Stayed 1 night. The site backed up to a creek that has a swimming hole. Really nice park. My site (#82) was a little tight and I had to step on to site #81 to get my sewer, power hooked up. Quite a few kids riding bikes. Great location to town. Quite a few large trees for shade.
I have to say that this park isn't really as bad a rating 6 I gave it, but I did that because it's the first and only park I have stayed at that does NOT allow alcohol!! We booked it last minute and didn't realize that and that it has a very heavy christian theme. I realize that they promote it as a " family park ", but hey! parents drink! The worst part of our stay was the fact that people set off fireworks from 9 pm till around 12 pm on the beach. My dog and I'm sure many others were not very happy with the noise. We did stay in the Premier site closest to the beach, but realized that the road between us and the beach was the busiest with people driving around in golf carts until midnight. It appears that most people were families there for at least a week and I'm sure they had a good time. But for my wife and I along with our dog the 2 nights we stayed were more then enough. No surprise that we would never stay there again.
The WiFi was only available at their office and the very few sites near the office. I could not receive WiFi from site 10 ( about 100+ yards from the office ) and moved to site 15 ( about 40+ yards from the office) to get it. But 15 was very unlevel, and I had to use borrowed blocks to make it work with my rear wheels off the ground! And they charge $5 for the WiFi. I noticed the manager/owner just walking around tending to flowers and trees while the young ones ran the office. One of them was helpful with my problems. I noticed a few campers that could not get into their site because of overhanging tree limbs that should have been cut back. All in all a not very well maintained campground. I would not stay here again.
We were there during a heat wave and they had problems with the power going on and off. I could only get a site with 30 amp and I have 2 A/C's. I understand that there are 50 amp on some water sites and the owners are trying to get most sites to have 50 amp at some point. The owners have had the place for 2 years and are fixing up things as they go. I'm from the US and found it suprising that all of PEI does not spray a fog to get rid of mosquitoes, which they have at this campground and others we stayed at in PEI. Bathrooms were nice and clean. Pool was nice. Sites are on grass and fairly level and there are water view sites and even a few rows back you have a partial water view. There is a 9 hole golf course for the novice to try out. The office/store does not carry a lot of items and the nearest store is about 15 minutes away. If they got rid of the mosquitoes, I would stay here again.
I agree with the other July 2013 post. What I would add is that I was here after some rain and the road was messy to walk on and you can track it into your MH. I'm from the US and Americans will go crazy trying to adhear to the tough recyle rules with 3 different bags. Pizza boxes have to be scraped of food first. Napkins go in 1 bag while newspapers go in another. They even mentione items like bubble gum, q-tips, etc. To adhere to their rules I would have had to take my dog's droppings out of the plastic bag that I put it in when i picked it up and then put it in a different bag than the plastic bag I picked it up with!! They do have a dump station, but it's tight to get in there and it's on the WRONG side on your way out? I would came here again, although I would check out the National Park across the street first.
Very nice location with nice views. Some of the grass sites will take a little extra wood under a motorhome to get level but worth it. Showers were very powerful and clean. The store was sparse on food but just before you get to the campground there are some big food stores. I wish I had stayed there another day or two so that I could have taken a tour of the historic town. The person checking us in was very nice. We camped here in a MH and the tent sites looked like some of the best I've seen during the past 3 weeks ( of a 10 week trip ) traveling from AZ to ME and Canada .I have a 35 ft MH and didn't find the roads in the park hard to manage. I would like to stay here again
Pool was nice. road a little rough. 2/3s are seasonal. close to Quebec City. They have a shuttle for $14 pp round trip to the old City. Well worth it so you don't have to find a parking space. The shuttle runs 3 times a day. WIFI is spotty and cost $2 a day or $10 a week. It looks like I'm the first and only one to review this campground even though it looks like it's been here a while? It's very wooded. I would stay here again.
I would have rated it higher if the restrooms/showers were updated. It had rained for the past week and the place had a lot of standing water. I can see this place with some sunshine, a band playing and updated showers. It would rate an 8+ by me. The rate was cash with Passport America. I may stay here again if it was dry and sunny.
The last review for 5/13 looks like they covered everything as far as what the park looks like with old trailers around the perimeter, but I also had site 43 in June and found it to be more then enough room for my slides and to get in and out of. It was also pretty level on wet grass, it also rained while I was there. I did not ask but it looks like the owners put RV's in sites 30-48 that don't have kids. The other section had lots of families with lots of kids. I think I'll send her a thank you for that! I would stay here again as long as I can get the same area away from all the kids.
Spent 1 night in a MH. Paid $46 without any discount. Didn't like paying that much but the location was very close to the hwy. I was told they had 50 amp and I asked for that, but after I set up I realized my site had only 30 amp. The campground looks nice, but I did not have a chance to walk around because of heavy rain that day. I would consider another campground next time that would cost less for just a night layover.
We stayed here for 2 nights and the new owners just took over that first night. During the 2 days they were cutting the grass and trying to make the place nicer then it was during the time a bank owned it. There are only 2 pull through sites. The bathrooms were clean but need updating. It's in a little bit of a valley and there were a few sites that had marshy grass. Great location to access RMNP. The first night we saw a giant moose only 50 yards from our site. We would stay here again.
This is a OK park with a good location for stopping for a night or two while crossing AZ. The owners were very nice and stayed up late for mr to check in. I would stay here again. Price was through Passport America.