This was our first stay in a state park type of campground. If you like those types of parks, than this one is excellent. The staff was friendly and helpful. The view of the waterway is outstanding. Our grass site was large and level. Located in the town of Summerside on PEI.It doesn't get much better. The park is close to everything you need or want to do. The downside is that it is a state or provincial park with no Wi-Fi or cable and offers only 20 amp service. Really felt unplugged for 5 days. However, the town offers free Wi-Fi, so all you need to do is drive the 4 miles into town to get Wi-Fi. This is a very nice CG, but probably would look for a CG with Wi-Fi and cable before staying here again.
Very nice campground. Lots of tents and closed in feel with lots of trees. Clean sites and helpful, friendly staff. Close to LLBean and shopping are in Freeport. Easy drive around to site. Would stay here again.
Small, clean, centrally located park. Staff was very helpful and friendly. The campground has many seasonal campers, but it all seems to work. It's too bad Salisbury Beach has become a dump and not worth a visit. Nearby Newbury is very nice and a great place to visit. Sites are small with concrete pad, picnic table and fire pit. Would stay here again.
Only stayed one night, so hard to rate. Directions were very hard to follow. Clean and well maintained. No cable and only 3 over air TV stations. Owner was helpful. Would stay here again as an overnight.
Great campground in a nice location. Staff was very friendly. Adult friendly with a small, but excellent restaurant on site. Excellent Wi-Fi, large sites, very clean and well maintained. Would stay her again.
After traveling 6,000 miles cross country staying at all types of campgrounds I can now say that this is the worst campground we have stayed at. When I called to reserve a site I asked for a pull through since we were towing a Jeep. I was quoted a rate of $40.00 for a pull through and that is exactly what is on the web site. When we arrived the woman who was pleasant said, “I didn’t realize you wanted a pull through and if you do it will cost $45.00.” I didn’t argue since I just spent 6 hours on the road, it was raining, I was tired and it was for only one night. She then gave us the layout of the campground and showed us our “premium” site. The layout and directions were so confusing it took 2 times around the campground to find our site. I am not exaggerating when I say our “premium” site was 10 feet off the road with no fence or bushes. Road traffic never stopped all night and since we were right on the road we couldn’t sleep. The Wi-Fi worked but intermittently all night. We felt we were ripped off with a bait and switch price. The sites are run down at best and the pull throughs are right on the county road. We would have had a more attractive site in a Walmart parking lot. So, unless you are dead tired or driving through a storm I would not recommend staying here.
This could and hopefully will be one of the great campgrounds in the Northeast. However, as of today it is far from being even a good campground. It has just become a KOA campground and is far from KOA standards. The Wi-Fi does not work and the cable TV does not work and the whole place is in rough condition. Lastly it is very remote, and unless you bring a boat it is not near anything, with nothing to do. We stayed 3 nights at the price of $70 a night. It is not worth anywhere near that price. I don't see us coming back since there are other parks in the area that are a much better value.