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Rate is CAN$ for E/W overflow site in upper lot. No-frills but adequate and perfectly located to walk to town. The campground is very busy and used by large motorhome caravans, so reservations are advised. The staff was very helpful and worked hard so we could extend our stay. We would definitely stay here again.

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Rate is Canadian $. What a unique campground where you can watch the Fundy tide rise to within feet of your campsite, visit the on-site lighthouse, and cook lobster from the "lobster lady" who lives nearby. Great location to visit attractions in this off-the-beaten-track area. The campground is bare-bones, but with E/W/S which all worked well. The owners and staff are very friendly and hard-working. Cell/data reception was excellent. It's just a fun place to be.

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Rate is Canadian $. The reason to stay here is that you can walk to Annapolis Royal. It's an old park but well-maintained. The pull-through E/W/S sites are short, close together and on the main internal access road. So we chose a E/W back-in with a water view, which we pulled into with our 40-foot motorhome to get the view through our windshield. Site 4 sloped down toward the water, so we needed 8-inch blocks to get level. No problem for us. Power was strong, cell/data reception was excellent. This is a family-oriented park, so weekends are busy with lots of kids. The managers were extremely friendly and helpful. When we decided to extend our stay, they called the people who'd reserved our site and got their approval to be moved to another site. We'd definitely stay here again.

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Rate is for an unserviced site. We needed a to stay for only two nights to see the Tidal Bore and this park is perfectly located. Since the full hookup sites seemed to us to be crowded, dark (heavily treed), and expensive, we chose an unserviced site and loved it. These spacious, reasonably level grass sites are on the edge of the park across from seasonal units, so there is very little park traffic (although the highway noise is quite noticeable). The entire park is very clean and well-maintained, the seasonal units are well-kept and the staff is very friendly and helpful.

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Rate is Canadian $. This is a beautiful, quiet, well-located base for exploring PEI. There is a pull-thru, full hookup area which looked nice, but we chose a spacious water/electric site overlooking the ocean with fantastic sunsets. The site was well-groomed grass, but required raising the front-end of our 40-ft motorhome with 6-inch blocks, which wasn't a problem for us. The A-F sites are much more level with better views. The 30-amp electric was strong. Cell/data reception was excellent. Dump station was easily accessible. We'd definitely stay here again.

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Rate is Canadian $. The park was acquired by Camping Colibri, the huge campground down the road, and is now called Camping Colibri sur Mer. It's still a bare-bones "provincial" park. While big-rig sites with full hookups are available, they're at the back of the park with no view. So we took Site 21 with (a strong) 30-amp/water service to get a spectacular water view and lots of room. Our site was level. Cell/data reception was excellent. We would definitely stay here again.

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Rate is Canadian $. This beautifully maintained campground is at the top of a hill overlooking everything. We were very fortunate to get Site 108 - the best site in the park with a spectacular 270-degree view of Perce Rock and Bonaventure Island. Most sites have a water view, but Sites 103-108 are the best. All services worked well. WiFi and cell/data reception were excellent. The turn into the park is tight, but was easily negotiable in our 40-foot motorhome. If you're approaching the park from Perce, slow down at the top of the hill and look carefully for the entrance that is right before the park office. The owner speaks perfect English and while the hostess doesn't, she has a list of key phrases - both are extremely friendly and gracious. We would definitely stay here again.

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Free rate is for each new Player's Club member, so even though we only stayed one night, we could have stayed two nights free. We stayed in the new campground - there are two sections: the first section is very sloped, the second section is quite level. Both sections are brand new, concrete, 50-amp. The casino is a car/shuttle-bus ride away. We had a great buffet dinner. We'd definitely stay here again, and if the weather is cool, we'd probably dry-camp in the new truck parking section.

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Rate is Canadian $. The reasons to stay here are its immediate access to Forillon National Park and its outstanding water views. Only 16 of the 100 sites are available - all the rest are seasonal. The campground is built on a terraced hillside and Sites B204 to B213 are pull-ins, so the view through the windshield is outstanding. NOTE: the water is non-potable, so be sure to arrive with a full tank. WiFi is good. Their website is only in French, but Google Translate does a good job converting it to English. We would stay here again only to visit Forillon.

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The stated rate is in Canadian dollars. This is a no-frills park, but it's right on the water with full hookups. Since our 40-foot motorhome was too long to fit on the waterfront row, we chose two back-to-back sites in the center island, and we still had great views. All of the staff and the owner were really friendly (and spoke English). The restaurant is great. The laundry worked fine, but took a little cleaning before we used it. We would definitely stay here again.

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This is truly a great place to stay while visiting Montreal. The Metro subway station is an easy walk, as is the water taxi, so you don't have to drive (and park) to get to the city center. All the sites on the water front have 30 amp electric service, and the views are spectacular. But... this is certainly a bare-bones park. We were at the far end of the park so it was quiet, but the electric service was pretty weak, especially when it got warm and others started running their air conditioners. The staff assured us that the water spigots on the dump station island were fresh water, so we doused everything with a bleach solution before filling our tank. The park is very popular, so be sure to arrive on a weekday. We'd certainly stay here again.

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This was a great overnight spot with the Passport America discount. There are about a dozen pull-thru sites for overnighters that are fairly closely spaced, but beautifully maintained and have some grass. Access was easy and we didn't need to unhook our car. However, the hookups are at the rear of the site, so our electrical cord just reached. If we'd wanted to use the sewer, we would have had to unhook. The rest of the park is unkempt with seasonal/long term residents with varying levels of clutter. We would only stay here again for an overnight with the PA discount. Otherwise, we'd stay at the Grass Point State Park next door, which has recently been completely remodeled, is right on the water, and is about the same price.

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We almost didn't stay here because previous reviewers said there was no big rig access, but there are definitely many big-rig sites, most are quite level, and we had no trouble with our 40-foot motorhome. Loop A is very shady; Loop B is open and we chose it to avoid tree branches. The on-line reservation system was quite accurate in it's choice of suitable sites. We were there before school vacation, so the park was empty during the week and nearly full on the weekend. Per the staff, when the nearby amusement park is open, the campground is packed. Water is available at many spigots, but you need to fill from the road before/after you camp. Very accessible double dump station. The park is truly lovely, and we would stay here again (off-season).

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A great overnight stop, especially on a hot night. $14 is the Passport America rate. The park is old but well-maintained: E/W/S all worked fine. We had no trouble pulling through with our 40-foot motorhome and towed, but on the way out there were some really big potholes that we needed to swing out on the grass to get around. Sadly, we arrived too late for dinner because the menu looked great. Even though the park is right off the Interstate, the noise was surprisingly low. We would definitely overnight here again.

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Beautiful park with a lovely, private beach. Great hike from park to Humbug Mountain summit. Loop A has good big-rig sites, but they are close together. Loop B is much more open with good Verizon and satellite TV reception. However, Loop B has many tent sites close to the big-rig sites, so if the park is full, you could have campers ten feet away. We were here mid-week, off-season, so the park was empty. Yes, there is logging truck noise from nearby Hwy 101, but as soon as it gets dark, the trucks stop and the park is delightfully quiet. Griff's On the Dock in Port Orford, a funky little place nestled with the fishing boats, has great seafood at reasonable prices with an ocean view. We would definitely stay here again.