Rate is for Passport America. This is an OK park for a night or two. The site was level, but in the grass. It rained for only about 20 minutes but we were then parked in a lake that lasted the whole night. One annoyance was when we checked in the person at the desk seemed almost upset we were using PA, telling of the economic hardships around. (I'm not sure why they just don't quit accepting PA then.) We camped here in a Motorhome.
On a positive note they do have level, dirt/grassy sites, laundry room, and slow Internet. The big negatives are they are way over priced and have low voltage issues. For $46 a night the voltage should not drop drastically when only using 18 amps when they are telling you that you have a 30 amp sight. Tried to run one air conditioner or the microwave without the air conditioner and the voltage would drop to below 110. Had to use my propane for hot water heater and refrigerator to prevent voltage from dropping dangerously low and damaging my electronic equipment. Will not camp here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
WE DID NOT CAMP HERE. The person in the office was not very friendly. She laid out a long list of rules and wasn't very welcoming. Got to our site and plugged into "30 amp" elect. Power was only 100 volts and my surge protector would not operate. we told her and she said "they hadn't had any problems before". We told her we were leaving and she did refund our money. If you are camping in a tent, this park might work for you. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a nice clean park. Easy access road near Fundy Bay. The person in the office was not very friendly.She laid out a long list of rules and wasn't very welcoming. Power was good and it is a quiet area. Our spot was long and large in an open field. We would go here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.