We selected this park because it was a good location for exploring this end of PEI. This park is noted for it's golf and horseback riding. There are a number of pull through sites out in the open, but we were in one of two new larger sites back in the wooded area. It was not very level and uphill, but automatic levelers helped. The site was dirt and when it rained, the dirt ran down into the patio area making the site very dirty. We loved the privacy though. The laundry was very nice and the staff friendly. We did enjoy the location, which put us very close to Montague for library Wi-Fi and shopping. Most anything we wanted to do was a short drive away. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Brudenell River Provincial Park -95 sites – site 2. Cost around $26 This park is big – the largest one in eastern Prince Edward Island. The campground has the usual things that the provincial parks do in PEI. Laundromat, kitchen shelters, rest rooms, playgrounds, beach or river to swim in etc. There are sites that overlook the water and sites for more privacy in the woods. Some of the unserviced sites are the biggest that I have seen and some do overlook the water. There are unserviced, 2-way and 3 way sites. The restrooms are clean but some are more modern than others. This is a resort with an Inn, and cottages as well as horseback riding, pools at the Inn and campground, recreation center with tons of activities in the summer for adults and children. Paths for walking and bikes and it is close to the Confederation Bike Trail that crosses over the entire island from east to west over 400 km. It also has two 18 hole championship golf courses and a 9 hole executive golf course and tennis courts, horseshoes and a beautiful boxed in grass area for lawn bowling. There is a marina, beach, and interpretative programs. Canoes, kayaking and horseback riding are offered in the park but they are independent groups that provide these services. This park is on the Points East Coastal Drive at the eastern end of PEI but more towards the middle about a 45 minute drive from the ferry. We camped here in a Motorhome.