PEI 46 sites – unserviced, 2 way and 3 way $27.00 but they do offer senior discount This campground seem to have more 3 way sites than 2 way and many of the sites are in the woods but there are about 8 sites facing the sea. There are some beautiful tent sites that are on the cliff with great views. One can see the Wood Islands Ferry, Terminal, Lighthouse and Museum from these sites. The playground is in an open field looking on the sea. Typical PEI park – playground, kitchen shelter, laundromat, wood, trails. This park is used by many who are either going on the ferry to Nova Scotia the next day or they just arrived from the ferry. The park has red cliffs and if one is lucky you can spot cliff swallows burrowing nests along the shore. In the summer they have children programs and supervised swimming. The Rossignol Estate Winery is near by for tours and wine tasting. Nice park rest rooms were clean but need to be updated! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We don't give out 10s lightly but this one deserves it for the view alone! Ask for the full (3-way) sites which overlook the ocean. The sites are close together but I don't think they are very busy so you should not feel squished. You are a 2 minute walk from a beautiful red beach which has a life guard. The ferry is a very close drive and is a fun way to get to the island. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Would have rated the park a 9 if the interior roads were not in such bad condition. We arrived after several days of rain and the red mud was terrible, especially when trying to level on their grassy spots. Our site overlooked the water--the view was amazing. We watched the seals. The personnel were very friendly and helpful. Would recommend the place. Very close to the Nova Scotia ferry. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is just 2 miles down the road from the Wood Islands ferry terminal, Park staff were pleasant and helpful when we arrived in the evening, with a bum tire. The campground faces the Northumberland Strait, and there are long pull-through sites facing the water. Other sites are quite large, some have a water view as well, and all have some trees. A stairway leads down to the red sand beach, which lends itself to walking and wildlife viewing. We saw seals and many shore birds, as well as a few brave souls enjoying the surf. This is a very pretty campground, and provided us with a pleasant and serene camping experience. We were traveling during the shoulder season, and had no trouble getting a site, even at 7:30 PM, but I think reservations would be wise during the peak summer season, especially on the weekends. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.