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There are many good things about this park (friendly staff, lots of helpful signage, lots of washing machines and dryers, level gravel sites, good location for visiting Antigonish and shopping) but the sites are about as tightly spaced as we have ever seen. There were no motor coaches in the park and we wondered how some of the big fifth wheels managed to get into their sites. There is barely room to park your trailer and truck in the same space. Our site was described as a pull-through but apart from us (because we are pulling a tiny19ft trailer) nobody could park with vehicle and trailer in same line. Little privacy. We would not return to this campground and felt it was far too expensive for the space allocated.

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The new operators of this park are so friendly. We had vehicle problems which required us to stay an extra night and we were not charged. The park has lots of activities for kids (but not noisy), and it is situated on a pretty river where one can go swimming. The grounds are pleasant though some of the sites are not level and some might be a bit tight for big rigs. The wifi is weak. We stayed at a 2-way site and the dump station was not easily accessed. The laundry facilities were good: they seemed expensive initially but the washers took double loads. Dead quiet at night except for the owls. Lovely. We would definitely stay here again.

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The office was closed when we arrived but we were greeted by the owner on arrival after a phone call. The park is easily accessed off the main highway (with slight highway noise) near Digby. The site was gravel and level. The WiFi was slow. The grounds are pretty. We would stay here again mainly because of the closeness to the sites. The campground seemed pricey to us.

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In typical Maritime fashion, we were met warmly. Arriving on a weekend, the campground was packed though quiet in the evening. The sites were very close together and mainly for this reason, we felt the park was overpriced. We were grateful to receive Passport America rate for weeknights. The location is easy to access. The sites are level gravel. WiFi was good. Showers cost $1.00!

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We were greeted by an exceptionally friendly person at the front desk. The park was easy to access off the 102 but you can hear the highway noise. The sites were very pretty with trees but crowded. Sites were level with gravel. Wifi was free and good at our site. The laundry facilities were good and not too expensive. Overall, the campground was very tidy and clean. However, although the campground was pleasant we felt it was expensive for what was offered.

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Wow. Here is an unusual place to stay. You can watch the 35 ft tides come in and go out twice a day. The owners are so pleasant and helpful. The access is off the main Glooscap Trail on the Bay of Fundy. The sites are gravel. Sites are a little tight for big rigs and close together (but worth it for the view). WiFi is not accessible at the furthest sites. Very quiet and no road noise at all. No dump station so must must take full-service site or carry the load to next campground. Wish we could stay longer. Hope to come back.

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We stayed here for two nights at the Passport America rate. The grounds are beautiful and there is an adjacent golf course (which we did not use). The WiFi at our site was excellent and free. The laundry room is clean and reasonably priced with lots of books to peruse. Several seasonal campers on the grounds. Access to Moncton with full facilities is 10-15 minutes away. Very quiet at night. We'll definitely come here again and would consider a longer stay.

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The friendly owners speak good English. We were escorted to our site, which was a pull-through. The grounds were tidy and beautifully well-groomed: lots of plants. The access was easy off the Trans-Canada with a short drive through the town - it's a very convenient place to stop if you are on your way to New Brunswick. The views are gorgeous. We did not check WiFi but it was apparently available at site. Very quiet. We are travelling in a small 20 foot trailer this trip but there were lots of big rigs nearby. We will definitely stay here again.

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We stayed five weeks and this was our second visit. Spacious campground with lots of room, especially off-season. Surrounded by water on two sides and adjacent to Rideau Canal. Easy access off 401 but highway noise not too bad and park is very quiet at night. Sites are mainly gravel and level with many pull-throughs. Grass is cut regularly. WiFi not good except in clubhouse. Friday nights usually offer a theme dinner. Water quality and pressure was variable - make sure you have a filter. Easy access to all facilities. Kingston is a pretty city on the St Lawrence. We would definitely stay here again.

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This is our fourth time staying at this park. We love the spacious sites and proximity to Tucson Mountain Park. You must be self-contained as there are no washrooms or showers. Laundry facilities ore OK but we preferred to go to Thrifty Wash because of more table space for folding clothes. Lots of good hiking. Christine is particularly helpful. Propane is delivered to site. The grounds are beautifully maintained. No picnic tables.

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Very helpful staff greeted us with info about the park. Sites are spacious among oak trees. Some levelling was required. Easy to find though road from I-8 requires careful navigating. Lots of walking trails around park. No sewers at sites must use dump station. No picnic table at our site but others do have picnic tables and fire rings.

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We're staying for a month ($1050 including water, 30 amp, and sewer) at this very well-run park. The grounds are beautiful. Rideau Acres is one of the few parks in Ontario that is open all year. Laundry facilities are good. WiFi is non-existent at our site but there is a huge meeting room where one can sit with good connectivity. The sites are long and level though many are on grass, so we put supports under the jacks. Very quiet. We would definitely stay here again.

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Very good campground. We got a great deal: $500 for 5.5weeks (off-season) including 50 amp, excellent free wifi, cable tv, and water/sewer. Friendly bilingual staff. Beautifully landscaped entrance. Most sites on gravel and level, with some privacy due to trees on either side. Quiet, with little highway noise. Laundry area was not clean and many machines out of order. Five minute drive into Shediac with all the facilities and Parlee Beach PP. 20 min to Moncton. Water pressure was a little low. We would definitely stay here again. Lots of seasonals on tidy lots.

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Beautiful park. Exceptionally friendly staff who speak English and French. Back-in site, gravel, level and very secluded. No wifi. No water at site, so fill up first at water station at park entrance. Dump station. Some pull-throughs but we did not use them.

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Great location with beautiful views of Perce Rock. Hostess did not speak English. Entrance is a bit tight and steep. Sites are level, some gravel, some grass. Grounds are tidy and well-maintained. WiFi excellent. Good spacing of sites and easy access at top of hill - might be a bit tight for big rigs to go further down. Several big rigs beside us. Long hill into town of Perce, if walking.