We camped here at Site 12 in Chignecto North. It was level for our trailer and a bit of a hike to the washrooms but that was ok. Fundy NP is a beautiful National Park. Yes our National Parks are expensive, especially when you add in the daily entrance fee, but they are well worth the visit. Alma, NB is a couple of minutes drive from the park where you can watch the tides, buy local lobster and stock up on supplies. The Hopewell Rocks are not far either, as well as Cape Enrage. Fundy NP is a must stop on any visit to Atlantic Canada.
We camped here last summer in the Cavendish campground (Site 14) in our pop-up trailer. It was level with shade and close to the showers and washroom. The beach was a 5 minute walk. This is a great National Park with stunning beaches and beautiful country side. Cavendish may be too "commercialized" for some, but just drive 1 minute out of town and you will be in the rolling hills of PEI (Prince Edward Island). The facilities were well maintained for National Park standards. You do have to pay the daily entry fee on top of your campsite fee which is the only annoying factor.
We stayed in the Quaker Area - Cain Hollow sites 12 & 13 from August 2-4 2008 with friends. This is an excellent campground. The Cain Hollow area is beautiful with fantastic views of the surrounding Allegheny Mountains. Just a warning that most of the sites are in direct sun throughout the day. The outside sites bordering on the bush have shade in the AM. Normally we like having lots of shade but didn't mind these sites as there always seemed to be a good breeze blowing through the campground. The beach area was great and a hit with all the children in the group. It's only a 5 minute drive from the campground. Kids also loved the numerous playgrounds, bear cave hike, and Quaker General Store for ice cream. Our group went to the Red House Lodge for lunch one afternoon - not bad. The bathrooms/shower facilities are dated and need upgrading - that prevented me from scoring the park higher. Good State Park.
Another excellent Ontario Provincial Park. We had a large group and occupied 3 sites in the Lime Kiln section. Sites 151,152,153 were excellent with plenty of shade. Two of them were pull throughs and were huge and could easily take big trailers. The bathroom facilities were new and spotless the entire weekend. The electrical hook ups were far from each site so bring plenty of extension cord. There are no water or sewer hookups. The beach was excellent and included a separate area for dogs. The kids had a blast playing in the shallow water. My only complaint was that there is no playground structure but that is not a big deal.
We stayed here in our tent trailer at site 395 last week. I would agree with a previous posting that you don't go here for the "camping experience". However, it is a great spot to stay while visiting the park. Con's - sites can be close together and are often not level. Bring lots of leveling blocks or wood! No privacy between sites. No fire rings. Pro's - bathrooms and showers were clean. There seemed to be always a crew outside ready to clean. We were in the shady area which provided good shade. Close to the amusement park.
Beautiful provincial park located 30 minutes north of North Bay. There are plenty of great RV sites along Marten River where you can dock your boat beside your rig. All the sites have excellent privacy and are secluded from each other. Our kids loved the beach's and playground equipment. There is a small store near the park for supplies and beverage alcohol. I would highly recommend staying here.