This campground resides on a pretty hill overlooking the water. Access via Highway 4 from either direction is not fun because the road condition is terrible. Once in the park, the roads are decent compacted dirt and gravel with gravel sites. Most of the pull-through sites are fairly level, but others not so much. 50A electrical was strong, but water pressure was weak at 30psi. We did not use the water anyway, because we were advised that it had to be boiled prior to drinking. Fortunately we had enough in our fresh tank to last 2 nights. Site spacing was fairly spacious with a fire pit and picnic table at each. The internet access previously raved about has obviously changed. Although it was good when it worked, it froze several times each day, and we had to ask for it to be reset. After several times doing this, we gave up - no internet. Road noise from the main highway 104 was pretty bad throughout the campground. Staff was very friendly. The laundry room was clean with a big folding table. Bathrooms and showers were very nice and sparkling clean (showers are coin-operated). The nearest grocery store was 16 miles away. Without the water and internet problems, we would stay here again overnight if in the area, but we'd prefer to drive further to find a park with nearby services and attractions. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Small campground with clean showers and quiet campers, friendly front desk (barn). Off the beaten path. Our wifi was EXCELLENT. Best we've had on our 3 week trip. Fast. Showers cost $1 for hot water which I didn't run out of. We had to use ramps to level our van (site#12). Near a pretty body of water with a lobster boat moored. We would stop here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here in a 43' A class with tow. Their pull through sites are very big, probably 60+ x 20'. They have 50/30 full hook ups, no cable and only one over the air channel was clear enough to watch. The sites are spacious, which is uncommon in Nova Scotia where most sites are cramped and share a utility pole. There is a slight side slope which the owners have made an effort to level. There is also some road noise from the very busy 104 which is about 400 yards away. The owner's son registered us and he was very friendly and efficient. Confused by the previous post about the entrance road. The road we came into the campground on was extremely wide and smooth with no tree/overhang problems. There is so much space in front of the office that I could almost do a 360 in my 43' coach. Wi-Fi was strong, telephone signal good. There is a view of Linwood harbor 100 yards away. Our rate reflects 50 amp, 30 amp is $5 less. We came here after being at another campground, which is only 800 yards away, messed up our reservation. They admitted it was their fault and suggested we tried Linwood Harbor. I'm glad they did mess up, because this was a much nicer campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Fair too poor road in and out (better if you enter next to their sign on the main road and not use dirt side road). At least 8 pull-throughs that would fit our 40' motor home and toad. Campsite was moderately un-level. Trees blocked satellite reception. Sites were good width with 50 amps. Excellent wi-fi. Suited our needs for the night; can't see why I'd stay longer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Overpriced. The sites were unlevel. We wanted 50 amp and I think there is 1 site that is 50 amp. The sites are large enough for big rigs but the turns to get out were very close. There were no amenities. There is another campground nearby I would check out if I needed to stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We needed a place to stay for the night and picked this one because it was close by. The campground is on a side slope down to a small bay or inlet, with terraced sites. Road in and out was very steep and potholed. Our site needed all of the blocks we had to get level. There are virtually no amenities at the campground, and the fees seemed overpriced for what you get. The office is in a garage bay in a barn that contains the restrooms. Sites are mostly open with a few in the shade; some seasonals but mostly transients. When we were about to leave, we asked where the dump station was. There is NO dump station in this campground. When we asked if we could dump in the sewer outlet on our site (we only took water and electric services), the answer was no; we could pay an additional $5 for one day of three way service if we wanted to dump at the campground. We would not stay at this place again, and can't recommend it to others. We camped here in a Motorhome.