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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.

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Staff were helpful and friendly. Did not speak English. Facilities were clean and tidy. Used laundry but only washer and one dryer ($2cdn each.) Site was level and exposed on a big grassy area. Might need support under jacks in the rain. Wifi (free) OK. Beautiful views of the St Lawrence in three directions. If coming from the West, be sure to take second entrance not first, as noted on GPS. If you take first, you'll have to go up a steep hill.

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The woman at the front desk was very friendly and spoke good English. The facilities were tidy and clean. Be sure to turn to the right of the motel when you check in as you will not be able to turn around otherwise. Good wifi. Sites level. Fireplaces were too close and we did worry a bit about the fire next to our slideout.

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This excellent campground has all the amenities. The staff were very helpful and spoke a little English. The grounds were tidy and well-managed. The sites were gravel and level: not all sites could handle big rigs. Good walking and bicycling nearby. WiFi was free and excellent. We would stay here again.

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This is a beautiful park and well-maintained. Nice views of St Lawrence River and international bridge. The sites are level/gravel and there are about 5 pull-throughs. Most sites are taken up by seasonals. Transient sites include water and 30amp but no sewer. $Dump. $Hot showers (we did not use). $8 extra for each visiting adult. $Wifi (which is good). $2.75 washer; $2.50 dryer: much cheaper to go into town. The extra charges were annoying, especially given that we paid $1050 for a month, off-season. Extensive facilities (clean) and nice playground and beach. Book exchange. However, host is very unfriendly and we did not feel welcome. We would not stay here again.

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Greeted with tamales and bottle of wine on arrival (special for Xmas). Very friendly owners. Basically a sandy parking lot. Hard to find electrical outlets ($3 extra). Water not potable. Convenient to visit La Bufadora. 45 min to Ensenada. We would stay here again.

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Price includes water, 30amp and sewer. One night free for a week (the length of time we stayed). 40% off for the month. Level site. Owner speaks some English though not always available. We picked a site facing the ocean with no obstructions. The view was incredible. Very very quiet as no-one else here but the parking would have been too tight otherwise. Our 34 ft motorhome just fit. Managed to park our dolly and Jeep right beside motorhome. Dead quiet most of the time. Lovely. Fun to watch all the fishing boats but no noise to bother us. Short walk to town. We would definitely stay here again but maybe not good for a bigger rig.

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Fee was for water and electric. Beautiful park. Helpful staff. Level and spacious sites. Mainly back-in. Clean throughout. Invaded by ladybugs. Lovely walking at Poverty Point Historic State Park. We will stay here again.

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Friendly staff. Clean and tidy campground. Sites on concrete pads but not all level. Easy access to downtown and shopping. Wifi available only in office. some traffic noise as we were right beside a highway.

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New management at this park as of a couple of months ago. Prices have gone up a bit. Helpful staff, clean and tidy facilities. $2 per load for laundry. Level sites are a bit closely spaced. Wifi excellent. We would stay here again.