We gave this a 5 because of it's close walking distance to the old town of Lunenburg. The hookups were conflicting from site to site. Some sites like ours were Not level. Wi-Fi was very good. We would only stay here again because of the close walking distance to the town. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The location is excellent. We were able to walk down town from the campground and visit all the attractions. The staff was friendly and eager to provide assistance on attractions in the area. We attended the Thursday Farmers Market which we thoroughly enjoyed. The RV sites were a little short but worked okay. The sewer connection was difficult because the connection was below ground level in a pipe. It had rained and the sites were muddy and with ruts. They definitely need to apply some crush rock to the RV sites. Internet service was very good and fast. There are no laundry facilities and no shade trees. It was a quiet campground except for the fog horn one night. We camped there 3 nights, and we would probably stay there again if we were in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
On an elevation at the edge of Lunenburg with a nice visiting center, free WiFi, with a single simple bathhouse, an upper flat gravel/grass area with E-W shared by two sites,and a lower level that I am not sure if had E-W and without a bathhouse.There is a great view of a bay behind the town from the campground. Steep streets down to town with lots of tourist attractions and actual boat works and several tall ships. The seaport museum at the wharf is a really well done gem and worth spending several hours there. Well done talks are given by staff, and there is a free boat ride about the harbour included with the museum fee. The campground is way overpriced itself and is really just a convenient place to stay to visit Lunenburg. We camped here in a Motorhome.
What a delight to find in the center of the most picturesque city in Nova Scotia. Not fancy but more than adequate. I would give it a 10 but for not having 50 amp. They have 22 electric, water, sewer sites. Odd # sites 14-22 are best for big rigs as the electric pedestals are shared and the even #'s have the electric on the passenger side. We had site #22 but fortunately had a extra cord that made it around the RV. Run by the city, the office is in the Visitor Information Center (in Canada known as VIC on the maps and signs) The staff is more than friendly and helpful. Only 30 miles to Halifax and plenty to see around here. Would stay here again without question. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We arrived on a Monday and were one of a small number of RVs. By Tuesday the campground was nearly full, so reservations are advised. Fee shown is for water and electric. The campground isn't much to talk about; just a place to stay but with nice views of the back harbour. Sites are all unshaded so we had no trouble hooking up satellite TV. The Wi-Fi was intermittent at 130 feet from the visitor center. Tenters from the tenting area needed to walk through occupied sites to get to the single wash house for the campground. The campground is an excellent spot to be for visiting the historic town of Lunenburg. No car is needed when staying here as the town is immediately below. Returning to the campground from town is a bit of a climb. Visitor center on site; staff was very knowledgeable. Highly recommend the Fisheries Museum; allow a few hours. Local churches are open to the public and have interesting histories. A two mile walking rail trail over to the far side of town is just outside the campground. Nova Scotia's 15% sales tax really adds to the bill for purchases other than unprepared food, including postage stamps! We'd stay in this campground again if we happened to return to this area of Nova Scotia. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a small campground attached to the visitor's center. It is located on a hill next to the historic town, so you don't need a car. We walked- just be aware that the town is hilly and walking back to the campground is uphill. We did not need a reservation, just drove in, but most likely later in the season you would. While there is not much to do at the campground itself, it is a great base to explore the area and the town. The museum in town is well worth a visit. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Had to settle for electric and water as a caravan was arriving and using the e/w/s sites. The bathhouse is clean but the showers are very small. Park has beautiful views of the back harbor from lower sites; it's convenient to historical sites and the waterfront; and has friendly staff. It has fairly level gravel sites. The steep and gravel drive down to the lower sites is not recommended for big rigs. WiFi only at a few sites near the visitor center. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Excellent location east of town on a bluff with bay views on both sides. Few trees for good satellite access. Easy walk into town to tour or eat. Wifi only at office,check-in block-house is also regional tourist information, very friendly & helpful. Has toll free reservation # 888-615-8305. We would happily stay there again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.