This is the second time we have come to this park. The nightly rate reflects National Senior Pass discount. It is a great park for doing New Orleans. It has free laundry and free WiFi, which was really slow. Another example of paranoid webmasters limiting bandwidth to all users because they fear hogs. Barely usable, but it is free. There is a great seafood market just outside the park which had fresh crab, fish and shrimp daily. The sites are large with plenty of room between sites. There are picnic tables and fire rings at each site. Water pressure was really low at our site.
Spots are tight but doable. The owners are very nice and helpful. We had to move twice in our 1 week stay but we did not have reservations and were OK moving around so we could stay. The turnaround at the top of the campground is tight for a 40' motor home but we made it. Be careful down below as the upper sites have steep drop offs. Lots to do in the area and the owners will offer lots of suggestions. They have Wi-fi and it was just OK.
The pull through sites are tight. Some spots are serviced for two rigs in one pull through spot if you know what I mean. Just trying to cram more units into an already small space. We did not have sewer in our "pull through" and the dump is in a really odd turn-around that everyone must use to exit the pull-through section of the park. There are some nice back in spots on the lake for smaller units. Wi-fi is $2.00/day. It was fast enough on downloads but forget about uploading anything.
This is a great place. Sites are large over in the F section. This is dry camping and there are restrooms but no showers. They have a dump station and fresh water available down the road about a quarter mile at the horse stables. There is a nice 6 mile hiking trail at the campground. It is a short drive down to Cherokee for supplies.
The spaces are tight with no grass. There is no room to really camp. It is OK for 1 or 2 nights as a transient but certainly not a camping destination. The rate we got was with a Good Sam discount. They have free WiFi but it is painfully slow. The staff was pleasant enough. One good thing is they allow RV/Car washing on site, 2 days per week, with a $5.00 charge. (800) 778-0668
Do not blindly follow your GPS to this park. Call and get directions. We ended up coming in the back road which is a narrow one land dirt/gravel fire road. We met two cars coming out that way and it was extremely tight passing them on a 40' motor home. The owners were extremely helpful in getting us into a site. They are not really ready for 40 footers until next year. We were there on Columbus Day weekend and they allowed us to dry camp one night as they were booked solid. This is going to be a really nice park when they get the new sites in and completed. Owners are very helpful with sightseeing suggestions and help with services in the area. Only the weekend prices will keep us from going back. $50./night.
90% seasonal. They do have 4 pull through spots for transients and short stay campers. NO cable, NO wi-fi, and only 1 clear channel on over the air TV with a $40/day rate is not a good deal, especially at the end of the season. Campground is not easy to get to either, being on a one way road.
We camped in Sept after school was back in session. Only a dozen or so other campers. We picked a site with a great ocean view, water and electric for under $35. Staff is great. Close to Acadia and all its attractions. This place would be very crowded at the peak of summer however. Don't bother with the Wi-Fi. TengoInternet is extremely slow and their Customer Service was less than helpful. We would stay here again in the off season.
We stayed here 3 nights. Road in is fine; pavement, gravel then pavement again. Sites up on the hill are gravel and wide enough for slide outs. It rained alot and the sites drained OK, although the grass got really soggy. But they have had a lot of rain this summer. The park is very convenient to the Cabot Trail and Baddeck. WiFi is free, moderately fast and we had 4 bars in our site #214. We used the laundry and it was clean. $1.25 wash. $1.00 dry. Took another $1.00 to get the clothes dry, but it always takes two cycles on dry. Right?
The sites here are big rig friendly. It was raining hard but the gravel roads and gravel sites drained well, unlike Scotia Pines. The pull through sites are not level. Why is it they can't grade a level site when they construct these parks. The wifi is free and fairly fast when it is on.
Great place to stay in Digby area. Owners are very nice. Sites are adequate. The place was full because of the Wharf Rat Rally, but we did not feel crowded. Walking trail to town. And as others said, a good place to stay for exploring the Neck and Annapolis Royal.
This is the first campground in 2 years of full timing that we could not get into the space assigned to us. The roads are narrow, the cars parked in the sites do not allow you to swing wide enough to clear the trees. The trees are not trimmed in the narrow sites so they scrape on the side of your coach. We had to leave and find another campground. NOT BIG RIG FRIENDLY.
Narrow interior dirt roads. Sites are dirt and not. Mostly permanent and seasonals. The lake is nice. You can waterski as we saw two boats skiing. Lake is not that big however. We kayaked but got yelled at when we got too close to someone's "private' beach.?? The campground has some kayaks and canoes, but their use is not included in your camping fee. We had people traveling with us that were staying at a local motel. We were charged Guest fees at $6/adult, $4./child even though our guests used none of the facilities. We decided to leave one day early, but were not offered a refund. The gentleman in the office was nice, but the woman was curt and not very friendly. Would not stay here again.
For a parking lot, this place is OK. You can't beat the proximity to NYC. When you check in, they tell you to pick any open spot. Pick a spot way away from the office. They have a dog that barks all night long. If you are there over the weekend, it will be noisy till 3:00A.M. from the party at the Sand Bar next door. They were going to have Wi-Fi but I think they gave up. It is not available now. If we go back that way, we would stay there again.
Nice campground. Staff was very pleasant and helpful with transportation to Boston options. Campsite was nice. We are in F. Lots of trees and shade. Nice pool. Wi-Fi free and good here at the far end of the campground. Enjoying our stay.
We made reservations 3 months in advance to stay at this park. We arrived at 4:50p.m. and the Office was closed. There was no arrival packet for us in the Late Arrival box, only a faded map with "pick any site" scribbled on top. We found an empty spot, but the cable did not work, the sewer connection was 35 feet from the hook up on our coach and the Wi-Fi is not free. They have TengoInternet at $5. for 24 hours. The site was dirt, narrow and it looked like a seasonal trailer had just pulled out. This campground is not set up for campers. It is 90% seasonals and 10% full time residents. We never did see the Management even on the day we left as the Office was closed again.
This park is only about 8 months new. Wi-Fi, Cable, Laundry, Store are coming but not in yet. Rates seem rather high for this park and location. Right now it is just a place to park. Bike/Hike trail under water from the heavy rains. I would have scored it higher had the cable, Wi-Fi been in and working and the daily rate less.
Mostly permanents here when we were here in June 08. Narrow inside roads and trees were not trimmed for big rigs. People are nice enough. Wi-Fi is free. Laundry is one washer, one dryer. $1.50 ea. Pay at the office. Not much to do here and it is pretty far off the main roads.
Besides the rather steep fee for electric only, no water or sewer, they get you for $8.00/day vehicle permit. Nothing special about the campground. One loop is generally open, which makes it warmer in winter. The other loop is shaded, to make it nicer in summer. The shaded loop has larger spots for bigger rigs. You are still a mile from the beach in either loop. Campground was practically empty when we were there mid-May.