Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $31.00
This is a small RV park sitting along the Bay of Chaleur with a nice boardwalk facing a lighthouse, the Bon Ami Rocks and the Arch Rock. Park is very well kept and beautiful with lots of flowers. Big rig friendly. Sites are all thick grass that is lovely to walk on.Full hookups but only 30 AMPs. Try not to be put in the last site next to the concession stand as it can be noisy. No Cable and the WiFi was non existent in the far end of the park. However, the office building is large with a cafe set up inside and great WiFi plus an ice cream counter! We wish we could have stayed longer - everyone is so friendly and the scenery is so beautiful. We camped at Inch Arran Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Tips for other Campers:
sitting on beach, swimming, kayaking, sailing on the Bay right in front of the park. Evening entertainment at the park many nights of the week.
Best kept secret in Canada. Located at the edge of Dalhousie, a small NB town located right on the edge of the gulf of St. Lawrence. Wonderful people in the office, great people in the park. Our site was 100 ft from the sea wall. The birds loved my bagel. Community playground next to the park where children played unsupervised. The town has basic amenities. Dated, but clean showers and facilities. Part of camping price included access to indoor community swimming pool. We were transiting the area, one night only, so did check it out. We camped at Inch Arran Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $32.00
This is a city owned site at the edge of town located right on the ocean. Excellent check-in experience as the lady advised which sites were available and she asked we check them out, pick one and when set up come back to complete the paperwork. We selected a back-in with the rear of the coach towards the beach and ocean. The road is rather narrow and while the campground isn't busy we had no difficulty backing in, but if tents were across from us we couldn't access those sites. For those times, they have pull-though sites for big rigs. Sites are a reasonable distance apart and services well located and of good quality. Interior road is paved. WiFi is excellent for both signal strength and bandwidth. Both nights we were here they had a free concert to attend. The beach is right behind the campground and dogs are OK off-leash on the beach. All people we met in the town are super friendly. Great basic reasonably priced campground in a friendly town with million dollar view. You bet we'll be back. We camped at Inch Arran Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
We had a waterfront site. Call early morning on the arrival date of your reservation to secure one of these sites. Locations are fairly tight and we did have some difficulty leveling our rig but in the end were successful leaving us very close to the beach and bay. This is a community owned park and it is well maintained and there are a number of activities onsite and across the road at the community recreation complex. The Wi-Fi did not have good reach into the campground so you needed to be in the main building or adjacent to it. There is a tourism office and local craft work store in the same building as the park office. Super friendly staff and very helpful. The privately owned Lighthouse Bistro restaurant adjacent was a great find. We had dinner and breakfast there and felt very welcomed by the locals. Beautiful bay views, a small lighthouse and beach and right onshore of the Bon Amis rocks. A gem of a location. We camped at Inch Arran Campground in a Motorhome.
A quaint little site right on the water. Part of a city park with many amenities. Huge playground for young children that was utilized by many little ones visiting the area with their families. Convenient to the highway but off enough to be completely quiet. Although Wi-Fi was only available in the office lobby (where chairs & tables were located) we were able to pick it up from our rig. We would be happy to stay here again. We camped at Inch Arran Campground in a Motorhome.
This is a great little park right on the Bay of Chaleurs. Back in sites are right on the Bay (elevated a few feet up.) Pull through sites have a beautiful view. Paved roads, friendly and helpful staff. Good places to walk the dog. Very grassy, or just walk along the beach. Wi-Fi is very strong. (The office staff said we could not get it from our site and would have to come to the office.) Not true! It has a strong signal as is very fast. 30 amp, water and sewer hookups. No cable TV, but open for good satellite reception. We are staying here two nights. Wish we could stay longer. We camped at Inch Arran Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $36.00
What a gem of a site. Run by the city of Dalhousie, this park is right on the Gulf of St Lawrence. I don't usually comment on one night stays, but this was so pleasant, I had to do it. They have 40 sites with 15/30 amp, water and sewer. Wi-Fi was very strong and fast. Management was pleasant and helpful. Washrooms and showers were spotless and spacious. The manager told me that during the season, they do fill up, so make reservations. They have 40 RV and 9 tent sites, so it's not too large. We camped at Inch Arran Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $32.00
Municipal campground, right alongside the ocean. We were going to stay just one night but decided to wait out Hurricane Earl here. Good decision for us as Dalhousie is in a protected location (especially vs. the Gaspe peninsula, where we were headed!). The Wi-Fi was only available in the main office/tourist building, which was kind of a bummer - especially with all the rain. But the staff was very friendly and very fluent in both French and English. The teeny cafe next door had great soup. Not many choices at the cafe, but the food is good! Lovely lighthouse just yards away from campground. Great view. The biggest complaint we have is that the hook-ups are set up so that unless you park in a back-in site at the very back of the campground, or have extra long hoses for everything, you will not have the view/the hook-ups will be on the wrong side for most RVs. Also would be nice if they had 50 amp sites. And the streetlights are VERY bright at night...! We camped at Inch Arran Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $30.00
First, let me say that we did not stay in the park but did a walk-through when stopping for lunch in the city. As there are only a limited number of campgrounds listed for New Brunswick it may be of interest for our fellow RVers. A nice municipal campground on the shores of Chaleur Bay with a nice-sized pebble beach. The campsites are fairly close with no vegetation screen between the sites, so there is little privacy. 22 sites are overlooking the beach. Sites 37 to 40 are directly across the street from the municipal indoor pool and fitness center and are exposed to the noise of the compressors for the air conditioning. There is a snack bar, a convenience store, laundromat and a coffee shop as well as a micro brewery adjacent and the commercial center of the town is within walking distance. The perimeter of the park is beautifully landscaped with an abundance of flowers. We camped at Inch Arran Campground in a Travel Trailer.