Gaspereaux, PEI 42 sites unserviced or 2 way. Site 33 facing the Bay. $25.00. This is one of the most popular parks in PEI during the summer months. We camped here the last day it was open in September. They actually had us move since they closed a day earlier than posted. The beach here is beautiful – one of the best in PEI. The causeway that one can drive to go to the lighthouse has the beach on the east side and St. Marys Bay on the other side. Sand dunes, birds and long stretches of shoreline make this a picture taking haven. The campground faces the woods and the Bay and is a short walk, bike ride or drive to the beach. As is typical of the Provincial Parks in PEI they offer electric, water, showers, playground, kitchen shelters, dumping stations and plenty of children activities during July and August. There is also a scenic viewing tower. This park is also the site for the First Nations People annual Pow Wow. It attracts visitors from all over in the summer. The Pow Wow offers native crafts, healing sweat tent, drum bands etc. In the months of July and August reservations would be suggested. We camped here in a Motorhome.