Absolutely spectacular views of the St. Lawrence Seaway from the waterfront sites. Just about any of the prime waterfront sites are excellent. I would be wary about the non-prime sites because many had standing water and were very muddy. If you like waterfront camping, this place is perfect. The electric power was the best we've had at any campground. Verizon cell phones work well, but do be aware that you will bounce off Canadian cells and might be subject to roaming charges. The garbage was picked up several times a day. You can kayak or fish directly from your waterfront campsite. Several campers brought their power boats and were mooring them at a small sandy bay near loop A. This is a state campground so their are no water or sewer hookups, but the views are worth "roughing" it a wee bit. We watched many birds: sea gulls, loons, cormorants, osprey and ducks. While in the area, you can travel up to Ottawa which is about 90 miles away and worth the trip. There is very little to do in the area surrounding the campground, but for a few days it is certainly worth the visit. We hope to return next year. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground occupies a beautiful location right on the St Lawrence River. My campsite was within 50 feet of the shoreline. The sites are well spaced, but for many the boundaries are unclear resulting in vehicles being parked at a number of odd angles. When I arrived at the park no maps or information regarding park polices were supplied. In addition, park staff wasn’t very helpful. When I requested directions to my campsite I was told that “it’s right on the point”. Considering the price, which includes a $9 on-line registration fee, I've downgraded it. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very large park on St. Lawrence River. Excellent bathrooms and shower facilities and many electric and non-electric sites from full sun to full shade depending on your liking. Great views of the river. Small beach for swimming. Staff very friendly and helpful. Campground is clean and popular with weekenders. We camped in on site #45 which has an excellent riverview and access to everything. Water located at spigots through-out the park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Ok but busy state park. Most have good electric, water is located throughout park. We were on loop B, a no pets loop. Online shows this loop with an equipment length of 20 feet. Some of the sites can handle up to a 40 foot rig, but not many. While basically level, this park has 'rolley polley' sites, looks like they were back fill that was spread out without really being graded. So you kind of need to know which sites are good, which are bad. They were nice enough to allow us to drive through and pick a site from a list of sites that they gave us. This was on a Friday after we called to verify that they had sites available. Loop A has the best sites. All sites are grass except for 5 or 6 down at the end of a dead end road. Nice family park right on the St. Lawrence Seaway. TV reception was bad, only a couple stations from Canada. Verizon broadband was slow, phones ok. We camped here in a Motorhome.