We stayed here 3 nights. The park was fairly full on the weekend, with a lot of seasonal campers, but very quiet on Monday night. Our site was a pull-through, wooded, with easy access. There were lots of mosquitoes. The laundry room was clean, and all machines were working. The restrooms and showers were also clean, but were old and small, with no shelf or bench in the showers. Wi-Fi signal did not reach the camping area, but we could usually access it at the rec center. Each campsite has a fire pit, and many people were using them. The swimming pool is small, and we did not see anyone using it. There is also a playground. Fishing is available at a small lake. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The friendly staff is about the only plus at this campground. The site we were on was between two permanents, gravel with unmowed grass and just wide enough for the fifth wheel, with sloping sides on the pad. Mosquitoes were awful. Water, electric, and sewer were fine. While there are quiet hours, the "regulars" pay no heed. There were fires and voices well past 1AM one night. The next day, there were kids running rampant through the park, talking loudly until well after midnight. Heard a parent screaming at his...not to come home or be quiet but to not hit each other! This is the only campground close to Yarmouth. Grocery, liquor, and drug stores are nearby and convenient but not sure we would stay here or recommend this campground to anyone, at least without advising about lax rule following. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
On the plus site, the check-in was very good and the lady who checked us in was very friendly and informative. We had a pull- through site in the main area out in the open, which was fine; we had a nice view of the small golf course that belongs to the park. The location of the park is also very good, close to Yarmouth, the Evangeline and the Lighthouse trail. On the negative site, the sites are grassy (lots of mosquitoes) and not level. We could live with that, however the 30 amp service was very up and down. The alarm sounded regularly. If we wanted to use the toaster oven we had to turn certain other things off. Internet is also very off and on, even though we were told that we were in the area of the campground that had strong internet service. We would stay here again, but we would hope they would fix the hydro. We were lucky we did not need the air conditioner. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed at the Camper's Haven Campground located in Arcadia, Nova Scotia which is about a five-minute drive from the town of Yarmouth. This makes it very handy when you need to pick up some groceries etc. while you're camping. The staff at the campground are all very friendly and accommodating. The pull-through sites are easy to get into with a few shrubs and small trees separating the lots. There are plenty of mosquitoes however. It's a good campground and we would stay there again but we wish that there were stricter rules regarding quiet hours. Most people who go camping, especially transient rv-ers appreciate a quiet campground after 10 P.M. or so. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park has a large group of seasonal campers that appear to have all the good spots. Several look like they have been there for several years. The nightly sites are pull through and full service. Sites have trees to separate the sites and most are reasonably level. They offer Wi-Fi but it only works near the office. This is a good location when visiting Yarmouth and area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This campground is located just outside of Yarmouth. It is a clean campground with plenty of room between spaces. The site was level gravel with full hook ups, 50 amps. There are 3 off air TV stations. The Wi-Fi was available at the office area only. The staff was friendly and briefed us on places to see and eat in Yarmouth. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This quite a nice park although the roads in the park leave something to be desired. It is all gravel and rock, with a lot of (larger) rocks are sticking up through the ground. There were some vehicles that went by our site and their mufflers dragged on the rocks. The sites have grass between them. It appears that they only have about three 50 amp sites. When we arrived and hooked the electrical we had 3 brown-outs within an hour of being there. I went to the office and the owner came out and said plug into the other 30 amp receptacle at the site as they are from different power sources. The second plug in worked OK for our all electric coach. As this was the last weekend of the year for the summer the park was very busy and there were lots of kids which was fine. The owner did fireworks on the Saturday night and he also did a Family Olympics on Sunday which was great for all the kids in the park. There is a 9 hole pitch and put course as well as mini-golf on the 50 acre site. There are a large number of seasonals in the park but they are mostly in the upper and lower back park sites. We were very pleased with the park and would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Campground is located in Arcadia, but close to Yarmouth. Very friendly staff when we registered. There are only 4-5 long pull throughs for large vehicles. Not all of them are 50 amp. I would recommend having advance reservations. The majority of the sites have permanent/seasonal tenants. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here one night. The owner was very nice but this campground was very depressing. There seemed to be a lot of people permanently living here and traffic was back and forth all hours. Didn't try any of the facilities but there is no cable or wi-fi. This is not a destination park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Our reservation was made by a Nova Scotia information center on our behalf and a specific request was for wi-fi to our site. While the campground was very nice, there are many seasonal sites. There are lots of trees with some privacy between units and clean facilities, wi-fi did not work at our site, or right outside the office building or in the pavilion. The owners solution was for us to sit at the office counter to do our work however this was not acceptable. We chose to leave based on the owners' indifference and unprofessional attitude. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Long pull thru spots that were pretty level. Spots were rocky and very little grass. Strange way to exit park, but the roads were nice and wide. The owners we the best. The plus was the people who own the park. They gave us plenty of information about the area and exchanged US dollars for Canadian dollars. They were there to help you in any way !! There WI-FI was very weak. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.