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Date of Stay: June, 2014 - $56.00
Power was very good. Water pressure was very good. Site was very level and there was plenty of room between sites. The laundry facilities were excellent. One thing to know is that Wi-Fi is not free. You pay $5.95 per day or by the week (is cheaper), but at least the Wi-Fi was fast and stable. We camped for 4 days. Overall a good place. We camped at Camper's City in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $36.00
Packed in like sardines. Little dog walking area, but does have a dog park. Gravel sites. We camped at Camper's City in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $38.00
Pros: Conveniently close to the Moncton Tidal Bore, Magnetic Theme Park and Hopewell Rocks. Good water pressure at site. Cons: Pay for Wi-Fi, restrooms and showers very dirty and badly in need of an up-grade. One has two choices showers; scalding hot or freezing cold as the water regulator does not work. This happened to my wife and myself. We camped at Camper's City in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $49.00
This is an overpriced campground that is OK for an overnight stay, but in our opinion the site spacing is too tight for longer stays. It's more of a family-oriented place, so perhaps better suited to weekends at the pool with the kids than for full-time RV'ers. Fortunately, the pool and other "kiddie activities" are near the front of the park near the office, so it was quieter than we had thought it would be. Roads are a mix of asphalt and gravel with a lot of potholes. The friendly office staff issues a "proximity card" (deposit required) for entry during your stay, and we like that. Site power output and water pressure are adequate. We also had sewer and a picnic table. Fire pit units can be rented at the office. Free internet is available throughout the park, but as expected it is very slow during the day. The laundry room consists of 5 washers, 5 dryers and a nice folding table. Bathrooms and showers are dated and not so good, showers are coin operated and I would not want to use them. Lots of shopping and other services are nearby, and the amazing Hopewell Rocks are about 50 minutes away. Access to the park from the freeway is easy, but far enough away that road noise is not a problem. We would probably stay here again if in the area. We camped at Camper's City in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $55.00
Pros - Centrally Located to Moncton, on site garbage pick up hourly 12 hours a day. Traffic directed 1 way down the pathways kept things orderly. Nice pathways in between the sites. Cons - where to begin, mosquitoes are a real issue to the point they almost carry you away morning, noon, and night. I received more bites in a couple of days than I have in more than the last decade of summers combined. The games room was out of order and kept locked the whole stay. No real organized activities for kids. No open fires allowed due to within city limits, however, could 'rent' an enclosed pit. Only lots that were given any 'size' were the seasonals, all weekly/daily campers were given a lot size barely big enough for the camper, (we had a 32 foot) feeling of being sardined in as your neighbor was almost on top of you. The additional charges per 'head' was a bit much, my daughter and her boyfriend came with us but because she was over 18 was considered an adult so had to pay an extra 5.00 per head for each of them per night. What 'more' could an over 18 year old cost them versus a 10 year old which was included in their per night rate? I feel it was gratuitous price gouging. Overall, the experience is one we will not repeat, I'd rather commute in than pay the overpriced fees for the super small lot filled with blood sucking insects. We camped at Camper's City in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2013 - $38.00
Our rate reflected a 30 amp/off peak site. We found the campground to be quite nice. Our site was somewhat unlevel, but nothing our jacks couldn't handle while keeping all wheels on the ground. Our only caution was low voltage: about 110 with just the electric water heater running. Without that running the peak our meter read was 115. We would definitely return again. We camped at Camper's City in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $49.00
Expensive. Has pay showers, the sites are off level, and narrow, wide open. Has friendly staff that were very accommodating. We camped at Camper's City in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2012 - $40.00
Nice campground with grassy level sites. (5th ave A17 full hookup pull through.) Very convenient to Moncton. Easy to get to from the highway. Friendly and helpful staff. Very fast Wi-Fi but no cable TV. Surprisingly, my Dish satellite worked. Make sure to see the tidal bore downtown and Hopewell Rocks. Cheap buffet at the Casino. We camped at Camper's City in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2012 - $44.00
Big rig friendly and easy on-off the freeway. It has a large number of pull-through sites that our 40' motor home and toad would fit in. There are some trees but most sites do not have shade. There is a separate overnight section that we were placed in. Our campsite was gravel and reasonably level and we had no problem with satellite TV. Wi-Fi was slow and took multiple tries to connect. Overall the place is nice but a bit high priced given the level of amenities. We would stay again if we were in the area and needed a place to stay overnight. We camped at Camper's City in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $32.00
This was a nice campground and our site was a pull through amongst other Big Rigs. It is easy access of Hwy #2 and it was sunny while we were there so the roads in the campground were in good shape. The large pull-through sites are roomy. Its a great location to visit around Moncton and is close to shopping if that's your thing. We camped at Camper's City in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $53.00
This campground has a long way to go to live up to the classification of a resort. It is just an average and adequate park. The staff though, are rated 10 by all the members of camp. The gravel sites are fairly level side to side, but for the most part, you will have to disconnect to level for and aft. Sites are close together so plan carefully when positioning your rig in your slot, keeping the slide out in mind. Most of the sites are on a considerable hillside so hang on to your rye and coke when climbing to your site. The trans Canada highway is close, although out of sight, but surely within earshot. We will definitely stay here again. We camped at Camper's City in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $46.00
We arrived at our site and it was all mud. The large pull-through sites are roomy but on dirt and grass. After going to another site, we were still surrounded with water. Nice campground and a great location for seeing the sights around Moncton. We camped at Camper's City in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $41.00
Packs of yapping dogs and noisy kids. Pull through site far from level. Ferocious bugs. Over priced. We camped at Camper's City in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2011 - $35.00
We had camped here before but this is the last time. We checked and there are better places close by. These sites are just to close together. I measured the space between my spot and the site next to mine on both sides and it was 11 feet each way. That was from my driveway to the other driveway. Two units both with double slides and you can imagine how close it was. Campfires burning at night and you are filling up with smoke inside your rig, unless you want to close the windows and run air. The staff (kids) believe the best way to arrange a campground is to register everyone and assign them sites in order by number, when a place is not busy the least they could do is to assign every second site whenever possible. We camped at Camper's City in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2010 - $32.00
We have been here before and not much has changed except for the W-Fi. The site we got was a 15 amp in the middle of the field. No privacy at all. Our site was fairly level, but very wet. Not sure if it was a heavy rain from earlier or maybe no drainage. Lots of kids around making lots of noise. Camp fires within 10 feet of our site. That's how close the spaces are. Hayrides and games catering to the young set. If you want privacy and quiet this place is not for you. We camped at Camper's City in a Motorhome.Undo
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