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Friendly welcome and later in our stay by the new owners as of 2008. The showers were clean but cost a loonie for 4 min. There is no laundry on site. The sites are well manicured and level where we camped near the bath house. We would stay here again.

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Good campground for driving the Cabot Trail and the AG Bell National Historic Site in Baddeck. Access road goes from paved to gravel and back to paved. Office looks like an old KOA. The sites vary greatly and the interior roads are rough. We were in the second row from office with 3 way hookups where the Wi-Fi and antenna TV worked fairly well. The campground is very busy with families on weekends.

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Sites are very level back-in and the Wi-Fi works well near the office. The showers are spotless. We stayed a few days before taking the ferry and used the campground paper information to tour the Codroy Valley. Cash only. We would definitely stay here again.

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Convenient stop heading north or east. Friendly staff offering fresh raspberries in season. Campground is located across from Insectarium, a very good exhibit. Fairly level sites but the park is crowded on weekends and when a caravan is on site. The grounds are not well maintained but Wi-Fi was excellent. Washrooms were not clean during our stay.

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This definitely isn’t a destination campground since it’s basically a big gravel parking lot but it is still a good stop even if you aren’t taking the ferry to North Sydney. The sites are fairly level with all connections at back of site. The modern washrooms are clean but have only one commode and two showers. We stayed between ferries so it wasn’t crowded at all. Friendly, helpful staff with knowledge about visiting Placentia, Cape St. Mary’s and exploring the now defunct military base.

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This is an old park with mostly seasonals and permanents in the treed area. Transient sites are mostly on the water where there are no trees but level sites. They advertise paved roads and no dust but that must have been when the park was new. We were here on sunny days and rainy nights and had no problem with mud. The washrooms and laundry are old and unkempt but clean. Campground location is very convenient to the North Cape, Coastal drive, Summerside shopping, and not that far from Charlottetown. Rate is with Good Sam discount. We would stay here again for the beautiful sunsets.

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Convenient campground right in town. Washrooms definitely over used and not kept clean; Washers are $2.75 for 24 minutes and dryers $2 for 24 minutes; very busy place. Wi-Fi only at loop 4 which has no trees and all pull through sites mainly used by caravans; other sites are more private with bushes and trees in between; very busy on weekends; definitely kid and dog friendly. Several break-ins occurred the week we camped but there are many signs warning to keep valuables out of site.

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Friendly staff; clean washrooms; small sites not very level; we used this as a base for Bonavista but noticed Paradise Farm Trailer Park on the way that was much closer on the main road and looked acceptable.

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We arrived without a reservation and a caravan had most of the sites. The hostess gave us several options and we took the last 2-way (not very level) site rather than dry camping in the open field. WiFi costs; the washrooms and laundry area are old and not very tidy: $2 for a shower. The road is dusty gravel in the campground; the cut off road to the campground is full of potholes. It's a convenient location and everyone is friendly; cash only.

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All sites are 3 way, and mostly level gravel. Has a beautiful view of the Exploits River. It's convenient to town, museums and shopping. Has excellent washrooms. WiFi only at the office area.

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Convenient for St. Anthony and L’Anse aux Meadows, this park has friendly staff. Has a clean laundry and washrooms but the shower goes hot and cold. The WiFi is weak and only works near the office. Caravans use this campground. The dump station is on the middle row of sites: not exactly convenient.

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$16 for no hookups here, ($19 if you want a cord stretched from office to your rig) but was quite adequate to drop the trailer and take the ferry to Labrador. Right across the street from the ferry ticket office. The bathhouse and laundry area are modern and clean; had very helpful and pleasant staff.

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Sites are e/w and there is a dump. Has a clean bathhouse. there is a single row of sites facing the Gulf. The view is fantastic even in the rain. The sites are gravel so it wasn’t muddy; it could get windy. Has a friendly staff.

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Park has long, level pull-through sites; plenty of room for caravans; clean showers (50 cents) and laundry; and well-cared for grounds. The activity area includes table tennis, exercise equipment, hot tub, and games. Be sure to take the walking path from the campground down the hill toward the water and around the perimeter of the property. The fields of wild flowers are beautiful. An excellent stop before the ferry to NL as well as the drive to Louisbourg and Glace Bay.

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Park has a small but clean bathhouse; with only 2 washers and dryers for everyone. The WiFi was barely adequate for email. It's convenient for the area.