Located on the Island of Havre aux Maisons, a five-hour ferry ride north of Prince Edward Island in the Gulf of St Lawrence, this park is an undiscovered gem. All sites are beautifully maintained in an open field just one sand dune and a two-minute walk from an unspoiled and unpopulated white sand beach that runs for miles in each direction. The St Lawrence water is clear and clean, and you can watch the lobster boats laboring a mile off shore. There are several quaint little fishing villages to visit, and more haute cuisine restaurants than we had time to try. The main town, Cap aux Meules, has everything you might want to shop for, and although French is the primary language, (the Islands belong to Quebec) the locals cheerfully switch to English to help you out. The campground restrooms, laundry and showers below the office are so spotless and cute, you’ll think you’re visiting your Aunt Effie. Plenty of bikes, scooters and things to do to justify the ferry trip (the ship is huge; no sea sickness there.) We received one English language TV channel on the amplified antenna We camped here in a Motorhome.