Campground is mainly seasonal/permanents. We had site L4 which is a very long pull-through with significant shade. No sewer hook-ups and the dump station is in a very difficult place. Pump truck available. Could not get good cable TV reception. WiFi available at a price: $15 / day or $25 / week. Rate is based on 2 nights on Passport America & 2 nights at full price. Would not hesitate to stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Found the park to be well maintained but the laundry had but one machine so took time to do laundry. Staff was very nice and helpful. They have a sewer pump that can come to your site and empty your tanks. Makes it easier than using the dump station which is a bit tight for a large rig. Wi-Fi was poor and cell service for us was non existent. We enjoyed our stay and would return again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice family run park on small river. They are very nice/helpful. Has gravel roads. Has a small store with heated showers/restrooms. Cable TV worked well. Good place to camp to see the local sites. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a family oriented campground which is super friendly. There are many riverfront sites. There is strong electric service and excellent water pressure and quality. Almost every site is tree shaded. There is strong WiFi ($$). The honey Wagon service twice weekly makes up for the non-full hookup sites. Reservations are required weekends and desirable weekdays during high season. Its a great location to explore and enjoy the "South Shore" of Nova Scotia from Lunenburg to Peggy's Cove. We have been here 6 times and have met campers that have visited for 15 years - need I say more? We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had a nice long pull thru in the trees. We did not see any sewer hook ups. There was a honey wagon going thru the park. Most of the sites had seasonal camping. But everyone was quiet and friendly. The road into the park is very narrow and you don't want to have to meet someone going the other direction. The staff was very friendly, we had trouble hooking up to their Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi was costly. We had no cell service in the park. We would stay here again, but make sure the black tank is empty when arriving. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We really enjoyed our stay at this Passport America park. There were many seasonal campers but all were very friendly. Our spot backed up to the river (a stream to us) but still very relaxing. The owner was extremely friendly and efficient. There is a charge for WIFI. Our only complaint was the very long single lane, treed entrance street (1/2 mile+). It was difficult to maneuver with a large motorhome. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The owners of this campground live on-site, and they are very welcoming at the reception desk, and always agreeable and helpful. The campground is very pretty; we had a large, level pull-through site among tall pine trees, and some sites are on the river. Cable television is provided at no extra cost, and there is a nice swimming pool. We also enjoyed the tag sale that was taking place in the campground on one day during our visit. We did not have reservations, as we were traveling during the shoulder season, but I think reservations would be necessary during the high summer season, at least on the weekends. The location provides a good base camp for visiting pretty nearby towns like Mahone Bay, and historic Lunenberg, which is best explored by walking and where the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic is a "must see". We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.