This campground is an ideal location for touring Prince Edward Island. Staff was extremely friendly. We had a pull-through, double site for a motorhome. It was roomy and on grass. When it rains, the park becomes very wet and muddy. It was unfortunate that the previous tenants on our site had laid down a rug, so the entire side of our motorhome site was mud. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We camped at Pine Hills RV for a week and we were very pleased with the RV Park. There are lots of units that are here for the entire summer as it appears that these people live within the area the rest of the year. There were lots of kids but was not an issue. They have a very large pool which is good for kids and they had fire wood for sale at a decent price for the quantity. We would recommend this park and we would return to this park for another stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This has to be one of the worst campgrounds we have ever stayed in. We have a 37' fifth wheel, had reserved a site well in advance, but discovered, upon our arrival, that the site reserved for us was still occupied, and the park owners did not know this and when we informed them of such, did nothing to move the "squatters." We were assigned to another site. It was small, access was incredibly difficult (BTW all transient sites are small) and had a significant slope to it which no amount of leveling material could overcome. After persistent complaints, we were allowed to park on the site immediately behind the one we were assigned. Said site was was moderately better than the one in front. The only consolation was that the park owners agreed to allow us to take both sites: a consolation which allowed us to overcome to a large extent, the slope of the sites. This is more than a family friendly campground: it is a party hearty place. A large seasonal component of customers and their children wandered through the park until as late as 3 a.m., each night we were there, yelling, verbally abusing each other etc. Management made no attempt to enforce any quiet time rules. Our touring companions had a 40' bus plus tow vehicle with them. The "pull through" site they were assigned beside us may have appeared to be a pull through, but was inaccessible from one direction because of the proximity of other sites and vehicles. As it was, they had to unhook their tow vehicle in order to back into the "pull through" site. Needless to say, these folks also had the pleasure of enjoying the 3 a.m. serenades by the partiers. This may be a great seasonal park if you are a partier with kids who allow the latter to play themselves to sleep at midnight or later. For a visitor to the island, it is a disaster. No views, no hiking trails, no real recreation and seasonal campers who, while nice folks, just don't know the meaning of the phrase "quiet time." Internet? Forget it. Management daily told us they were "working on it." Never was up and running while we were there and no offer of a discount for the lack of such. Heated pool? No such thing. Kids use it for the most part and it is shallow ... so safe for children. Avoid this park at all costs! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park caters mainly to locals who stay through the summer. Lots of children, large swimming pool and playground. Since we do not use most of the facilities and are more interested in a long level site, we were not terribly impressed. The long sites slope pretty bad and we had a hard time leveling. The park is convenient to Charlottetown (about 15 minutes to downtown). We camped here in a Motorhome.