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This park is actually in Gnawbone, a few miles from Nashville. The sites are somewhat close together and the road might be a little close for some. Otherwise, the sites were level, wifi excellent and the owners very friendly and helpful.

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Very nice CG in a quiet rural area. There are lots of trees and a slow moving river at the back. The wifi was excellent. We were almost the only ones there and were the only transient--the CG was closing the next weekend. A great place.

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This CG is practically in Stowe, which gives it a great advantage. The sites are grass covered and ours was level. The owner was somewhat gruff, but not bad. Our wifi was non existant. The location makes this a good spot.

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This was a very nice campground with very nice and helpful owners. It's about a 10 minute drive off I88 in a quiet area. Nice wide sites with lots of trees. Propane is also available.

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This CG is huge and almost entirely seasonals--at least when we were there in late Sept. That said, it is excellent. The seasonals are all neat and clean. The wifi is excellent, the sites are very level and nicely spaced. It is only 5, or so, kms from Pictou. At the back of the CG, there is a path to the beach--to the right is a nice beach walk of about a mile. Don't miss the Balmoral Mills grist mill--about a half hour from Pictou.

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First of all, this CG is in South Harbor, not Dingwall. Our site was somewhat unlevel, but had lots of trees and lots of room. We had excellent wifi. We had requested it and were close to the office. I don't know about the other sites. The oysters for sale at the office were some of the best I've had. We had some both nights of our visit--along with lobster, also on sale, cooked. The road ends at the CG, but if you turn left there is a trail that leads to a pretty beach.

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Loved this CG--good wifi, level sites, very clean and close to everything. There are nature trails, one going down to a lake/pond where our pooch loved to swim. One thing I liked is that they have invested a lot of money in planting new trees. There are many stumps where old trees have died and one can see the CG was heavily treed in the past. The planting of new trees shows they are invested in the future. All in all, an exceptional rv park.

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This is one of the best campgrounds in which we have stayed. It is right on the water and you can sleep to the sound of the waves on the rocks. The owner simply points out the campsites that are available and you pick out the one you want. We were there off season and he said "if you want 48 and 49, take them"--no extra charge. Peggy's cove is less than 10 kms away. There are wonderful hiking trails to the water all along the road. Halifax is less than an hour away. All in all, a great place to explore St. Margaret's bay--a beautiful place.

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Nothing special about the campground itself. Most of the RVs were permanent. However, the residents were very friendly and it seemed like a big community. The staff was quite friendly and helpful and Lunenburg is only 2 kms away. Saturday morning there is a pancake breakfast and Sat pm, there is Karoki. We didn't partake of either, but we would definitely stay here again.

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I think this park concentrates on it's cabins more than it's rv park. Our site was reasonably clean and level. The road however, was narrow and, while it was no problem backing in with our relatively small trailer, I can see how it might be difficult with larger ones. There was NO wifi at our site. I don't mean a weak signal, the signal didn't exist. I had to walk down to the lake to get a good signal. It is also not very pet friendly. There is a road around the lake, but as you leave the rv part, there is a sign "no pets beyond this point". The cabins have the deep part of the lake, so there was no place for our water loving dog to swim. There is a pool but, once again, it is on the other side of the lake with the cabins. Strangely, we were the only travelers there, all the rest were permanents. Nice, well kept sites though. The positives are that it is close to Annapolis Royal, the sites are large with plenty of trees and it looked a lot better than the other rv parks in the area. The killer is no wifi---at least at our site.

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Great park with both cabins and RV spaces. Close to everything, equal distance between Charlottetown and Summerside. Large spaces separated by trees. Immaculately clean. A playground for the kids and long walking trails, one leading to a pond labeled "fishing pond". I didn't fish in it but our dog swam--lots. A great spot from which to tour PEI.

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This is a great campground. Nice wide, level sites with shrubbery in between for privacy. There are lots of pull throughs. There is an inlet and a shore walk around the water. You can swim off the rocks at high tide. Most nights the owner will steam lobsters to your order and deliver them to your camp site--at a very reasonable price. A good way to see Bar Habor is to take the local ferry from Winter Harbor, about 30 miles away. About a 45 min trip, it drops you off at the commercial harbor in Bar Harbor and you avoid all the craziness that can be Bar Harbor--$32 rt. Sunset Point was a very enjoyable CG and we would definitely stay there again.

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This CG, in Camden Hills SP is excellent if you like privacy. It is heavily treed and the sites widely spaced. There are few pull throughs and some of the back ins can be tight. There are places for big rigs in an adjoining field. Our site was not very level and I don't think they any full service sites. Those are the negatives. The positives: you are five miles from Camden, your entrance to the park is included in your fee, and one of the foodie places [ranked #3 in Camden], Mt Battie Takeout, is across the road from the park--walking distance. The place is private and beautiful with 30 miles of hiking trails. Reservations are taken 48 hrs in advance, otherwise it is first come, first served. We would definitely stay here again.

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Having read all the reviews, we booked at Meadowlark with trepidation. Yes, you are packed cheek to jowl, but there is enough private space to use. Backing in is tight, but not that difficult. The owners are helpful and give you all sorts of printed info about Newport. All in all, it is a decent place to stay and the proximity to Newport is priceless. It is up for sale, so this may not be valid next year.

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This is one of the nicest parks we have stayed in on our travels. Wide, level gravel sites. Very helpful people on the desk. Excellent wifi. We didn't use the facilities, but if they are as clean as the rest of the park, they were spotless. We would definitely stay here again.