Rate shown for 30 amp back-in. Our site was level grass and while backing in hit a patch of torn up sod and dirt. Noticed that other sites in that area up front had the same condition. So be careful while backing up in those spots. Road noise was heard as site wasn't that far from the highway. Sites were very close and no privacy at all. Cable TV may be available, but only at a few sites. We didn't have one, so don't know how it worked. There were six channels off the antenna, but only three networks. Wi-Fi was strong, but controlled to prevent excessive downloading or hogging of bandwidth. Free entertainment at the hall many nights of the week. We might stay here again, but in the back further away from the highway. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A nice park located right over the Confederation Bridge. The owners were extremely good at listening to our requirements when we made the reservations and then following through and delivered exactly what we were promised. Pull-through sites have no shade at all. Back-in sites have afternoon shade. Wi-Fi works at the office and laundry, but not at the sites. The park is very well maintained. If you like lobster, there is a fresh seafood store right across the street where you can get cooked or fresh lobster at a very reasonable price. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
If your coming off the Confederation Bridge onto Prince Edward Island, this is the first campground you hit. We got here through some word-of-mouth referrals and were: A. glad we did and B. sorry we hadn't planned to stay longer. It's a really nice place to stay with a huge music offering. Additionally it's about 50 meters from the Confederation bicycle trail which runs the whole length (300km) of PEI. What could be sweeter? Check out the web-site. We'd come back. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.