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Little Lake Family Campground, Lunenburg, Nova Scotia

Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $40.00
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Stayed here for 3 nights in a 26' travel trailer. Very close to Lunenburg. Went to 2 beaches, one 20 min away and Crescent Beach which was 30-40 min away utilizing the ferry. Didn't pre-book, and most other campgrounds in area fill up when weekends get close. When we called for availability, they didn't request a credit card or phone # to hold the site. Clean campground, owners seemed friendly but also seemed as though they could be irritated easily. Showers were just acceptable. Adult only pool hours from 1-2 and 1 hr before closing. Recreation areas run-down. Karaoke on Saturday night was a bit loud. Served hot breakfast the next morning but not sure if there was a cost because we didn't take part in it. Were touristing for the most part of each day so didn't spend much time here. 1 1/2 hrs away from Peggy's Cove. We camped at Little Lake Family Campground in a Travel Trailer.

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Sunset Sands RV Park, Port Hood, Nova Scotia

Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $40.00
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Stayed for 2 nights in a 26' travel trailer connected to full hookups. Felt corralled within this fenced in oval shaped parking lot type campground. No trees at all. Close access to beach. Weather was terrible while here, so that did not help. A small trailer was the office. Co-op for groceries was close by but closed at 6 then next nearest area was 15-20 min away in Mabou. For the high price for this bare minimum campground, felt pay showers ($1 for 5 min.) was unnecessary. Would stay elsewhere next time. We camped at Sunset Sands RV Park in a Travel Trailer.

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States Visited: 3
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Ponderosa Pines Family Campground, Hopewell Cape, New Brunswick

Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $40.00
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Stayed for 2 nights in 26' rig. If you want to see the Hopewell Rocks, you cant much closer than from here. Usual for the area tight spots, full hookups with no problems. Kids accessed Wi-Fi from within trailer. Tree coverage and grass (sap got on truck). Front desk had coordinating shirts with campground name and personal names on them, accommodating and friendly. $5 per person for visitors which seemed quite steep. Provided maps for area. Used laundry facilities. All amenities close by. We camped at Ponderosa Pines Family Campground in a Travel Trailer.

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Kiwanis Oceanfront Camping, St. Andrews, New Brunswick

Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $40.00
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Traveled straight here from Ontario without a reservation. Arrived after-office hours and sign on door indicated to find a spot and register in the morning, to our relief, as we just traveled 24 hrs in the rain. Sites are tight, but this is typical for every site in this area and Nova Scotia. Stayed at a full hook-up site for two nights with no problems. Kids had no problems with Wi-Fi access. Walk across the street to the waterfront, beautiful view, short walk to nice town. Bathrooms are very clean and modern. Grounds are well taken care of. Would definitely stay here again. Even saw deer on grass in residential area when arriving. Front desk was very helpful providing maps and directions to town. Must get the smoked salmon pate at local grocery store! We camped at Kiwanis Oceanfront Camping in a Travel Trailer.

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Ottawa's Poplar Grove Campground / RV Park, Ottawa, Ontario

Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $50.00
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Front desk needs to take a course in hospitality and how to run a business so people would consider returning. Only care about $ coming in. Charged our friend a basic site fee of $25 per night for 4 nights and assigned a site which remained empty the entire stay of the friend who was staying in a tent on our site. Have a policy of charging $5 per person for visitors regardless of how long they stay, therefore a family of 5 would pay the same for an hour visit as it would cost for a basic site fee for the night. Needs much work to grounds. Indoor pool only, forget about getting refreshed as it might as well be considered a wet sauna. Inoperable water slide that we were told has not worked for 7 years although another reviewer said they were told it hasn't worked since the year 2000 (just take it down, what an eye sore, but oh that would cost $ wouldn't it). Tennis courts cracked with weeds calf high growing from them. Playground needs to be checked for safety daily so no other children get stung from harboring nests. Rude responses given when requests are made. Owners place blame on you for something you didn't do then realize you didn't do it and do not apologize. Do not respect privacy of visitors and give out names of past campers freely to incoming visitors. You couldn't pay me to stay here again, or the 10 other families that we had join us during our stay. We camped at Ottawa's Poplar Grove Campground / RV Park in a Travel Trailer.

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