Very small park with very friendly and helpful staff. Very isolated and away from the city. Near the highway but no road noise. Tight roads and turns, so not good for anything over 31 feet length. We would stay here again, but not much to see in the area. Good stop over on your way to Nova Scotia. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Park is 90% permanent campers. All the good sites are taken and the site that we were assigned to only had 15 amp service. The roads are very narrow, the turns are tight and there are many tree branches that need to be trimmed. There is nothing much in the immediate area. I would not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is not a family friendly park. We stayed three nights and there didn't appear to be anyone around to enforce the quiet times they had on their rules. All three nights were filled with people drinking and partying well into 2am. Saturday night, there were more parties and what sounded like an open mic night at midnight. The pool was beautiful, that was definitely a perk. Our site was tiny, and all of the seasonal sites were scattered between the daily sites. We stayed there in 2007 (tenting) and dealt with the same party atmosphere, but decided to give it another try since we're in the area. It was difficult reserving the site, they didn't answer the phone past 6pm and didn't call me back with site availability after I finally touched base with them. We will not be staying there again. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Nice Campground. Heated pool. Not many activities for kids. Caters to adults. Many shaded sites on top of hill but not very level. Level grassy sites on either side of hill but are in open. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.