We had sites about 50 meters from the lake: power and water were very good. The host was friendly. The sites were level and might have been tight if they were full. As it was, we were told we could pull through a double site, which worked well. Enjoyed a wonderful tour at the Sherbooke Village. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a rustic campground operated by a local hunting and fishing club. Several end-to-end sites are right on the lake (our rig is parked 15 feet from the water). Sites are grass, some are in shaded areas, most seem reasonably level. Previous listings show some 50 amp service but the current campground map has 50 crossed out and replaced with 30. Washrooms and showers are rustic, but clean. Lots of water activities are available including swimming and canoe rentals. The park is 5 minutes from Sherbrooke, a small town with two service stations with diesel pumps and a small supermarket. The lakefront site we're in is very nice and we would stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was undoubtedly the worst campground we have ever stayed in. There have not been any improvements here for decades. The picture on their website is totally deceiving. The majority of the pull-through sites were under water. We found a site that was doable, but when we left the motorhome we were attacked by swarms of bugs. A thoroughly awful experience! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice quiet campground located on small lake 5 miles from Sherbrooke. Good 30 amp power and water. Dump station available. Long, wide pull thru sites and a few parallel sites next to the lake shore. Fire rings and picnic tables. Canoe rentals, boat dock, swimming and fishing. We arrived in two 40 ft motorhomes and were told to pick whichever sites we wanted and come back and pay. We had two lovely sites 8 ft from the water. Free Wi-Fi was pretty good at site, but stronger at rec hall. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Just off Rte 7 at Sherbrooke, on Sonora Rd near Sherbrooke Village Restoration (a small Williamsburg-type village w working craftsmen). Quiet family open campground on St. Mary's River (tidal basin), fishing includes trout & mackerel. Some shade from birch & pine trees along river. 5 min walk to Sherbrooke Village, 9 miles to Atlantic Ocean. 30 min drive to Port Bickerton lighthouse museum & 10 min drive to Gold mine & Salmon interpretive centers. Owner plans WiFi next year. No website, has phone 902-522-2913, or reserve through check-in Nova Scotia. Family run, very friendly & helpful,grounds well kept.I would stay there again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.