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We stayed here overnight as it is convenient to the I-90, actually backs onto the motorway. It is well treed, so road noise, while present wasn't an issue. For diesel we went to the next town to the Flying J Truck Plaza. Check-in was great and the owner is super friendly and guided us to our site, which was long, wide and level. Services are well located and of good quality. Roads are gravel and in good condition. Sites are slightly too close together, but that was the only negative. It is a well named park, as the morning sunrise was spectacular. The sky was ablaze with colour. We would definitely return to this park.

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We stayed overnight and it is convenient to the I-90, with a small truck stop at the exit. It is about 1 mile from the motorway, so road noise is not an issue. Check-in was easy and owners are really nice. Roads are gravel, wide and in good condition. Our site was in the top level and was long, wide and level. Services were well located and good quality. We had a great view over the top of the small town. Wi-Fi OK. A previous report questioned the exit being tight, well we couldn't disagree more. Our coach is 41' and overall length is 60' and we had no issues navigating the roads or leaving.

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We stayed 2 nights. It is conveniently located to I-90, it actually backs onto the motorway. Therefore, road noise is a constant issue, as is noise from the airport. We arrived after the office closed, so found our site allocation in the night pile. Never did meet any of the staff. Roads are gravel and not overly wide. They are generally in reasonable condition. The site was long, level and a barely reasonable separation between adjacent sites. Most sites were empty, except for new RV's from the adjacent dealer. Services were well located and of good quality. Wi-Fi was OK. They had a good run for dogs and a small off-leash pen with 3 pieces of agility equipment. Way over priced for what they offer. Will not return, even for an overnight.

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We stayed overnight, as it is convenient to the motorway. Note - our GPS did not have the correct location and we had to call for directions. I suspect this happens fairly frequently. The check-in was great and we were guided to our site. Site was a long, level concrete pad, with well located services. Wi-Fi was good. Roads are generally in good repair. They have a great off-leash dog area at the edge of the property. They have all the usual KOA amenities. We would return to this campground.

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We stayed overnight as it is only a couple of miles from I-80 and has a few truck stops at the exit for diesel. Has the usual KOA facilities, none of which we used on our overnight stop. Check-in was efficient, but not the usual warm KOA welcome and no guide to the site. Our site was long, level and had reasonable distance between adjacent sites. Services were well located. Wi-Fi was OK. Site was quiet, with no road noise. Roads were gravel, reasonably wide and in good condition. Easy to navigate a big rig. OK for an overnight stop, not sure we would use as a destination for a number of days.

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We stayed for 1 night and found it convenient to I-80, being about 1 mile from the exit. The exit also has a small truck stop for diesel. The overnight area was closest to the main road, so we did have some road noise until late at night. The campground has narrow gravel roads, some which are in poor repair, and is heavily treed. Navigating our 41' 5'er, with 60' overall length required care and attention, especially at some of the tight corners. If you have a big rig and are new or not overly comfortable driving it in tight spots you might want to give this place a miss. Services were good, well located and of good quality. Wi-Fi was good. Site was long, level and had good spacing between adjacent sites. On arrival, the owner recommended an exit route, which I checked out and found 2 corners with trees, which would have been a real challenge with cars parked. When returning to the rig the neighbour advised they always take the route the owner doesn't recommend. This was also my preference, and while tight, it was better than the owner's recommendation. The last turn at the gate was real tight and if you aren't positioned correctly you might need to back up. OK for overnight, but wouldn't stay longer.

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An exceptional campground from Parks Canada, way better than Banff. It's in the middle of nowhere, so come prepared, as the closest grocery store is over 20 miles. We used Hwy 114 from Moncton on arrival and some areas are fairly rough giving the suspension a good workout. The last mile is uphill probably some is 8 to 10% grade. We departed on 114 to Hwy 1 and it also is rough in places with a couple of steep grades. We were in site #6 which is a pull through and it was easy to access (total length is a shade over 60') It was gently sloping down from the rear and also side to side, but nothing that a few pads and the levelling system couldn't handle. Services are well located and great quality. They even have Wi-Fi and we could pick up a good signal in the coach or an excellent one in the adjacent buildings. Some of the roads are paved but others are gravel, regardless all roads were in good condition. They even have a huge playground for the kids. Would definitely return if we come back to Fundy.

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Located a short distance from the Highway, it is a heavily wooded campground. The access is down a short steep hill. Obviously most sites are seasonals. We had a back-in full service site that was easy to access for our 60' combined length. Lots of trees though, so take the corners easy and make sure you position the rig to miss the trees on the inside corner, especially at the far end. The site was level and services were well located and good quality. Interior roads are gravel and are OK, but have seen lots better. Not a bad campground, but rather rich for what they offer. Don't think we would return, unless the price dropped to a level commensurate with the quality.

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A small campground and cottages built around a lake right off Hwy # 3. The manager is excellent and met us on arrival, showing us our spot and mentioned to drop by the office when set up. Site is a good length at about 65' and reasonable width - about 20'. Site is gravel and all services are located at the rear. Services are of good quality. Wi-Fi signal is OK and bandwidth not too bad, but we are in the site closest to the office. Interior roads are gravel and close to the office are well maintained, approaching the sites in the forest the road is rough. Our site gives an excellent view of the lake from the rear windows. While close to the road, it isn't very busy so road noise isn't an issue. The night we arrived they held a concert on site, by donation. Lots of seasonals, but all friendly folk. We would return, only negative is rather pricey for what they offer.

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A small campground with exceptional owners, right on the ocean. On arrival the owner came out to meet us and walked us around while we selected a site. We picked one right at the edge of the ocean. Sites are reasonably level, are grass, but are fairly tight. Being empty it was easy to maneuver the 41' RV, but if the park was full, it would have been a challenge. All services are located at the rear and are of good quality. They had 1 pull through site. The view is simply spectacular, especially sitting outside listening to the waves crashing on the shore. Good WiFi signal strength and bandwidth is included. Interior roads are gravel and are in reasonable condition. A family run campground, with great owners. We will be back.

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We spent 8 great nights and our experience was diametrically opposed to the previous review. While it probably was a quarry for building the bridge and causeway, it no longer is and we never heard any activities commensurate with quarry operations. On arrival we were met by the owner, who gave us a quick tour of the facilities prior to being escorted to our site. The sites are extremely generous, with our pull-through at least 75' long and about 35' wide. All services were well located and good quality. Site was level. Interior roads are gravel, but in excellent condition. I noted after heavy rain they were immediately out repairing pot holes. We enjoyed the 1 day of heavy rain as it washed the dust off the coach and truck. The view is elevated and overlooks the entrance into Lake Bras D'or and 1 afternoon we watched a cruise ship pass under the bridge. Owners and staff are excellent, very friendly. The park is also very dog friendly and if not busy they also have areas to run dogs. We will definitely return.

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We are a big rig with 41' 5th wheel and a crew cab long bed F350 truck. Although the reviews say it isn't big rig friendly, we did fit, although I should qualify that even the entrance is a tight fit. Our site was a pull-through with easy access, but departure was challenging. In fact if we had a neighbour I would have had to back out. The interior roads are gravel and in reasonably good condition. Sites are level, fairly short and very tight together, with the awning into the next site. The bonus is the view, which is spectacular. If it wasn't for the view this campground would have been rated lower.

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Located about 1 mile from the Confederation Bridge and adjacent to the road, noise is definitely an issue. The grounds have trees in the back, but the front is literally an open field with access road down the middle. The 50 amp sites are at the front, close to the road and noise is definitely an issue - 24/7 as every vehicle using the bridge drives past the campground. Our section was basically a grass field with services. Sites are very close, with our off-door side slide outs at the line and the awning on the other side actually over the line. Fortunately, they weren't busy and only filled every 2nd site, which made it comfortable. Services are well located, but water pressure/volume is low. The sites slope side to side and also front to back. They also had a drop off on either side of the road. WiFi was good. Positives - staff were very pleasant.

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This is a city owned site at the edge of town located right on the ocean. Excellent check-in experience as the lady advised which sites were available and she asked we check them out, pick one and when set up come back to complete the paperwork. We selected a back-in with the rear of the coach towards the beach and ocean. The road is rather narrow and while the campground isn't busy we had no difficulty backing in, but if tents were across from us we couldn't access those sites. For those times, they have pull-though sites for big rigs. Sites are a reasonable distance apart and services well located and of good quality. Interior road is paved. WiFi is excellent for both signal strength and bandwidth. Both nights we were here they had a free concert to attend. The beach is right behind the campground and dogs are OK off-leash on the beach. All people we met in the town are super friendly. Great basic reasonably priced campground in a friendly town with million dollar view. You bet we'll be back.

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Stopped for a night while heading through Quebec. It is located close to the Hwy # 20, but is shielded from road noise. Check-in was quick and they spoke English. The grounds are long and narrow and only 1 single fairly narrow road doubles as an entry and exit, so passing an opposing vehicle is challenging, especially on tight corners. Our site and others around us was fairly short, being insufficient to park the truck in front of the coach (41' 5'er). They are also fairly tight and we had our neighbour's water pipe in the middle of the grass just outside the door. Services were good quality, Wifi was reasonable. Interior roads were gravel and reasonable condition. No pet area that we could find. Departure was a challenge with trucks parked everywhere. Doesn't help that their signs are only in French. Way over priced for the quality of the sites.