I thoroughly enjoyed this peaceful place with magnificant sunsets, but I missed my Wi-Fi. It was a wide space and extremely long, but there wasn't much beyond that to talk about in my journal. Perhaps if I were a golfer, ahhh, there you go. Golfers will love this place! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is on a hillside overlooking the bay and a golf course. The tent sites overlooking the bay are beautiful. This area of PEI was settled by the Irish and Scots so the park in the summer hosts many activities with a Celtic flair. Musical performances by local artists and entertainers are in the open hall situated in the middle of the campground many nights in the summer. One can enjoy the music while looking out over the red cliffs and the bay. If you had a tent site you can just sit in your campsite and enjoy the show. There is a beach where some go clam digging,no swimming allowed but it is a stroll from the campsites. A swimming pool and miniature golf are also within the campground. Next to the campground is the Provincial Park’s 9 hole Belfast Highland Greens golf curse. It is beautiful! This park also hosts the the Annual Highland Games which include dance competitions, bagpipe and fiddle music and typical Irish sporting games. We were there two days before they were closing for the season Sept 12 so only one washroom was available and most of the picnic tables were put away. If you have a self contained unit they will let you come in and stay the night after the closing dates but no services or rest rooms will be available. We camped here in a Motorhome.
They only have two ways (Canada equivalent of water and electric). It is right on the water. There is a nine hole golf course on the property, but it is privately owned. It's a nice course. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.