14 RV Parks near Murray Beach, New Brunswick
Aug 2016 - $29.00
Check-in was fast. Staff friendly and bilingual. They are unaware of the specific location of water spigot and garbage/recycling bins within the parks. Sites are not clearly delimited, some are very large, others are angled. Still not sure if we parked entirely on our site.
Nice playground for children. Ocean view is awesome. Well maintained and clean. Wifi works well. - Merveilleuse
Jul 2016 - $25.00
Stopped for one night on the way to Confederation Bridge and PEI. We were given an ocean view site (too bad the weather wasn't the greatest). Very large open sites but not marked in any way other than a site number. I originally backed into the "site" then realized I had enough room to just drive in parallel to ocean view.
We would definitely stay here again. Full marks to NB parks and its friendly and fast check in staff. - DCM/JMB
Sep 2013 - $30.00
We would have given this a 10 or 11 but we gave it a 9 because of the level of the site. The site we wanted was not level so we moved to another site that was still not good, but better. The staff were FANTASTIC and the park is amazingly beautiful. This is one awesome place to go. They closed too early this year so we only got to stay one day as they closed the next day. Too nice of a park to close this early in September. As for a provincial park we were pleasantly surprised to find that they have 3 service hook-ups. - mapletod
Sep 2012 - $37.00
Large campground on site of old ferry crossing from New Brunswick to Price Edward Island, just east of the Confederation bridge. 95% trailer long stays. Overnight sites wonderful ocean view on grass sites. Bathhouse plain painted white plywood with 3 to 5 minute hot showers for a dollar token. For the camp price should not be another charge for a shower. Expensive for an overnight. Nearby Murray Beach provincial park had closed 2 weeks earlier than scheduled and so this was only alternative late in the evening. - 210jem
Jul 2016 - $36.00
After finding our site, I was not surprised to see that there were two vehicles parked in our site. We had a problem to track them down to move their vehicles. Then the site was so small you could literally hear every word and noise that people beside you were making. No parking space, noisey, crowded, no privatize at all. We did not even have enough room to back our little 19 foot camper into the site. Also, directly behind our site and the site behind us, people had there dirty laundry hung out, even their underwear. This is not a very good camp ground! do not go there unless you like crowds of people, noise and no other place to go. The only thing this camp ground is good for is the beautiful beach nearby. - B G
Sep 2011 - $30.00
We stumbled upon this CG late one night after discovering the Provencal Park we were going to visit had already closed for the season. Level sites, good hook-ups. We had an overnight pull-through site without sewer but other sites had sewer. Fire rings at all sites. CG is on the beach, you walk on boardwalks over the sand dunes to a lovely sandy beach. Wi-Fi signal was the best we found in NB and NS. Soccer field and play area for kids. Very nice community feeling here - some of the seasonal families have been coming here for decades so even though the CG is enormous, it did not feel crowded - it felt more like a friendly neighborhood than a campground. - Traveler_2011
30 Chemin Plage Gagnon Cap-PelĂ©, New Brunswick E4P 7Z6 (map) | (506) 577-2519
Sites: 250 | Latest Rate: $82.00 | 15 Reviews
Apr 2017 - $82.00
This is the third year renting a 33 ft camper here for $750 a week with all amenities. The park is beautiful and gets improved every year. New paint new bathrooms and kids playground areas. The roads in the campground are great for driving and access and walking. Speed limit heavily enforced for safety. Our site was spacious on a green belt very close to Playground and adult ring toss tournaments. Really easy access and room for two cars. Lots of green belts for the kids to play on and for Our dog (on a leash of course). There is even a doggie beach for him. This year there was even a very lovely professional SPA. It was such a wonderful experience. My daughter and I went for a manicure /pedicure special and it was such a lovely relaxing experience. They also have facials and everthing. We both enjoyed it immensely. The staff at the park is very kind helpful and we love it here. I am just booking with the Lady again and we are so excited. The seasonal campers welcomed our family and we felt so at home. The beach is simply amazing with that perfect sunset and warm water, the sandbars go forever. So close to all amenities but a perfect little city on its own. The owners are very kind and answered all our questions and kept us well informed of events for us and our children. The Adult only pool is a great escape for us while my aunt stays with the kids at the bouncy pillow. So nice and relaxing to get away to our little Oasis!! We travel from Ontario and would not stay anywhere else. - Rented for two weeks
Feb 2017 - $50.00
Loved it the beach is so beautiful lots to do their for the kids we loved the jumping pillow open in the evenings they had a person watching the kids so our young ones love that no one was bulling them. We spent the days at the beach we had a fire pit and had a fire at nigh the Lots are the size of most campgrounds and all of the ones with 3 service have great views of the ocean The staff was very accommodating we had a break down and they were their to help us we had to stay a extra week while our truck was being fixed they were booked but reached out to their seasonals and found a spot where some one pulled out for a week . We will diffently be returning The whole campground have been updated so nice to see a fresh clean washrooms and showers - Robertas
Aug 2016 - $51.00
Camped here over night. Site 225 was not level. Grass and dirt sites. Hope it doesn't rain in the morning, as we will be in one big, mud puddle.
Close to the beach but can't see it from our rig as we were in a bit of a valley.
Sites are tight. No covers on the sewer outlet. - Bayfield2
23714 Trans-Canada Hwy Borden-Carleton, Prince Edward Island C0B 1X0 (map) | (902) 855-3492
Sites: 99 | Latest Rate: $40.00 | 6 Reviews
Sep 2014 - $40.00
Located about 1 mile from the Confederation Bridge and adjacent to the road, noise is definitely an issue. The grounds have trees in the back, but the front is literally an open field with access road down the middle. The 50 amp sites are at the front, close to the road and noise is definitely an issue - 24/7 as every vehicle using the bridge drives past the campground. Our section was basically a grass field with services. Sites are very close, with our off-door side slide outs at the line and the awning on the other side actually over the line. Fortunately, they weren't busy and only filled every 2nd site, which made it comfortable. Services are well located, but water pressure/volume is low. The sites slope side to side and also front to back. They also had a drop off on either side of the road. WiFi was good. Positives - staff were very pleasant. - Oriana
Aug 2014 - $36.00
Very clean, quiet and well kept campground. Friendly staff. We stayed here a few days and enjoyed the live music in the music hall that happens each weekend. The new heated saltwater pool was amazing! The campground has seen a lot of upgrades since it became a KOA as we stopped here a few years back before it became a KOA. Cable TV is available in the game room along with free pool tables. When we were leaving they were installing a jumping pillow. Very easy on and off the highway. - boondocked
Jul 2014 - $36.00
Rate shown for 30 amp back-in. Our site was level grass and while backing in hit a patch of torn up sod and dirt. Noticed that other sites in that area up front had the same condition. So be careful while backing up in those spots. Road noise was heard as site wasn't that far from the highway. Sites were very close and no privacy at all. Cable TV may be available, but only at a few sites. We didn't have one, so don't know how it worked. There were six channels off the antenna, but only three networks. Wi-Fi was strong, but controlled to prevent excessive downloading or hogging of bandwidth. Free entertainment at the hall many nights of the week. We might stay here again, but in the back further away from the highway. - Onemoretrail
Sep 2016 - $30.00
Nice Ocean Views.
We enjoyed our stay at this provincial park; it allowed us to explore PEI as well as enjoy the nice water views from the campground. Based upon our desired length of stay, I selected what appeared to be the best available site (which we enjoyed). Sites are a little closer than we would prefer, given there is no privacy between the sites. However, the sites are better spaced than at many campgrounds and most campers were quiet and respectful of their neighbors. - 2FullTimersinaFifth
Aug 2016 - $32.00
Washrooms were very clean. park was clean and it was ocean front. The park was a little difficult to find however was worth the drive. - camperme
Jul 2015 - $23.00
This was our fourth straight year at Linkletter and it is our favorite of all the Provincial Parks on the Island. Here are the cons- no WIFI, interior roads bumpy, field does not drain well after rain, mostly 20 amp service. Here are the pros- cleanest and best kept washrooms, level sites, laundry for a dollar a wash and a dollar a dry, excellent view, quiet and most of all it's the staff to a person they get it..friendly and number one in customer service! The campground is gated and manned 24hours a day. - Ron and Lynda
Aug 2011 - $21.00
This is a very basic park. The sites are long and wide. We were in very soft ground due to all the rain that they had. No amenities at all,but is a good base camp if you are sightseeing the area. We did take a quick trip to Joggins the afternoon we arrived and the next day to Springhill and Parrsboro. No Wi-Fi, but across the street is the visitors center with Wi-Fi. Access road could use some repair due to all the rain. The Manager was very helpful. - Hiawasseehoney
Jul 2011 - $25.00
We just spent over 3 months on the road, traveling through the northeast USA and into the Canadian Maritime. This was absolutely the worst campground of the trip. Restrooms you wouldn't take your dog to use. DO NOT stay in this campground. - dj1230
Aug 2009 - $16.00
Entrance to campground required passing under trees that had branches hanging down. That caused some scratches on paint. Park power was very low, (105 volts), which kept us from using microwave, or any high wattage appliances. This is an older campground, that is not kept up, and despite the passport rate, is one we will never use again. - chiperdan
2 Stephens Dr Sackville, New Brunswick E4L 1J3 (map) | (506) 536-2880
Sites: 30 | Latest Rate: $20.00 | 1 Reviews
Jun 2009 - $20.00
No one at office when checking in, he arrived much later. Office area is an eyesore - with auto parts and parts of wrecked vehicles lying around. Found only 3 30 A sites for our group of four. Rest of sites are 15 amp. Many sites had no power due to blown or missing fuses at site. The electrical service is archaic - many sites have home made boxes and still use the screw in type fuses - not breakers. One of the main service poles will likely fall over in next storm, and cable is tangled within a couple of trees. Sites are all grass and reasonably level. Water is cloudy and slightly brown. Washrooms and shower are not well maintained. Stayed the night, because we were there, and it was an experience! However, I do not recommend the place to anyone. - willym1
Aug 2016 - $27.00
This park is mostly seasonals with a small, unlevel, area for transients. Our motorhome needed several boards and ended up with the front wheels off the ground. - Mtmoi
Aug 2016 - $32.00
This is a very nice park. IT is quiet and spacious. It was easy access to the highway. It has nice navigatable roads and spacious lots. Our lot had a concrete patio and a new picnic table. Everything was well maintained, trimmed, and clean. The restrooms were immaculate, each one having it's own shower. The showers cost $1 for 10 mins. The laundry room is very nice too. The costs were $2 ea wash and dry CAD. They had a nice pool and game room.
It's misleading though to brag about being on the lake, when there is only one small set of steps leading to a small dock that go to the lake. It is a very limited access and view of the lake.
The only other drawback is that they do not have a keypad enry and you have to wait for the office person to see you and open the gate.
We stayed 2 nights in a 35' motorehome, with tow dolly.
We plan to stop here again on our way back through. We highly recommend this park. - Jo and Bob
Jul 2016 - $35.00
It was very windy so things were blowing around. It was a holiday weekend so the large park was packed. - skidiver
Jul 2009 - $35.00
During our stay there were two deliberate power outages - one for 1/2 day during a rain storm (it was cold and due to outage we had no fans or heat), then next day again for a few hours. They did not tell any of the RV's in that row that they were shutting down power so we could switch our fridge to propane etc. The site was too short to fit both our vehicle and RV (none could fit both on that row). We were in the 'big rig' sites. The site was poorly graded and we ended up with a water logged site with water 4-5 inches deep throughout every day it rained (7!). The campground is rife with very deep potholes (1ft or more - across entire roads) making it impossible to traverse anywhere in the campground without possible damage to your car or RV. Their workmen curse loudly and profusely in front of all campers - including children and elderly people (my near 80 parents were NOT impressed). The sewer pipe was broken (and therefore stank) - we reported it the day we arrived - it was not fixed and we were told they would "get around to it". They were re-graded 4 sites next to us for 3 days - stinky diesel tractors and lawnmowers going well over their own speed limit and killing any hope for peace and quiet. Picnic table ancient, broken and peeling paint etc. Campground owner standing at the gate in her Bathrobe telling us to 'slow down' when we had not even gotten into her campground yet (we never sped in the campground - frankly you couldn't cause of all the speed bumps and potholes). Advertised they had Wi-Fi internet - in fact in email said it was free - but did not state 'flaky, rarely works, and only available from front gate'! Tried to change us to a back in tiny site because they claimed there was sewage break at originally reserved site. Wanted us to try to fit a 37' fifth wheel And pickup in a 25' deep site - at night (10:30pm). Store is randomly closed when it supposed to be open. Laundromat washers and dryers are ancient, and tiny - and expensive. Rec-room area is a joke with two ancient pool tables, and 4 ancient games from the 80's -- tables from the 70's and pretty much nothing has been updated since 1983. Pond in center of play area has no fountain etc to stop mosquitoes breeding - so the mosquito issue there is rampant. No RV parts store on site. I am sure there is more but I can't remember now. Suffice it to say we are never going back. - ciara
May 2008 - $30.00
With a large motorhome this is a nightmare. We got in, but I would not come back due to the difficulty of getting in and out. For small to mid-size rigs and campers this would be a very nice and convenient spot, just not for us. Owner is very friendly and helpful. - grids
Jul 2007 - $35.00
This is a nice campground and is right off the highway. The playground and pool are nice. The kids seem to enjoy being there and over the years there have been many park improvements. Improvements are a bit slow coming but they certainly are growing and improving each year. The owner is accommodating and staff are friendly. - happycamper47