Lovely relaxing campground on a lovely relaxing island. The RV sites are widely spaced in a grassy field and many have a view of the ocean. The tent sites are separated by bushes and have great privacy. There are no full hookups, but many of the sites have electricity. No sites have
We were there the first week in July and many nights only 25% of the sites were occupied. There was excellent free WiFi in the sites near the office. The campground is only minutes from the very picturesque town of Seal Cove, and about 15 minutes from the spectacular Deep Cove beach. The campground has nice showers and one washing machine and dryer. We camped at Anchorage Provincial Park in a Motorhome.
This large, open, grass campground features a narrow paved road for access to sites that are mostly grass with a thin bit of gravel. Our site was not very level and the ground was rather wet and mushy, meaning we also had plenty of gnats and mosquitoes. The site had a convenient electrical hookup that we didn't use, but no water or sewer hookups; we did use the convenient dump station where we also filled our fresh water. Even at our site at the end of the loop, the WiFi signal was good and most of the time the throughput was excellent. Toilet, shower, and laundry facilities are available, but we didn't use them. The low price was a very good value for the amenities provided. We camped at Anchorage Provincial Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2009 - $22.00
We found this campground to be quiet and clean. Some sites have a water view. We opted to stay in an unserviced site so we could have more privacy. The majority of the serviced sites (27) were in an open field with only a few trees for shade. Our site being on the edge of the forest was shaded and had a distant water view. There was a playground and the beach was a short walk. We found the bathrooms clean. Although we didn't use it, a laundry was available as well as a kitchen shelter. Grand Manan itself is beautiful with lots of nice beaches and coastline to discover. We camped at Anchorage Provincial Park in a Tent Trailer.