This campground has not been upgraded in a long time. I guess the best news is that AT&T cell phone had good signal. When we arrived we found out that if we wanted WI-FI at our site, we would have to pay $6 a day for it. That's not their fault, I should have checked into it more. There is supposedly a free hot spot at the office, but I could never get on, and the people in the office just shrugged. We are 38 ft long, and the first site they directed us to was impossible for us to get into, even after trying for a while. There were too many immovable objects. The loop to get out of that area was such a tight turn that we hit branches on both sides of the rig, scratching the paint. Worse, just at the tight turn there was a tall tree stump just off the side of the road, which snagged our landing gear. No damage because we were going so slow. Once we made it back to the open area we asked them for another site. We got into that one (33) ok, but had to trim some branches. Once we set up, we realized that the electrical was so weak we only had 105 volts, so even without running the AC, we were never able to use the microwave or oven. The owner came over but said there was nothing he could do about it. This place is probably fine for smaller rigs, but I can't recommend it for bigger units. Another campground is just a few minutes up the road and it has decent WiFi in the visitor's center. We would stay there next time. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The park is OK but nothing to rave about. Most of the best sites are occupied by the many seasonal dwellers. The beach was sandy but also had a lot of seaweed and garbage, but good swimming! Wi-Fi was free but only available near the office. Our site was very narrow. Bathrooms and showers were basic but very clean. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was the best campground we stayed at during our entire trip. We were right by the shore. The view was the best. We watched the seals play from our chairs under our awning. We can not say enough good about this campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Open & wooded campground separated by low woods & dunes from ocean inlet with a long sandy beach. Can see Cape Breton highlands from many sites. Off Cabot Trail on Cheticamp Island, just to the south of Cheticamp. No pool, but has a tennis court and mini-golf. Very friendly,helpful staff. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.