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Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $37.00
Reserved site online without realizing a tree line and a fence line made getting positioned a challenge. Other sites seemed to be available but we chose to stay put. Directional signs to the park were lacking. It was not clear just where to enter. Passed it by and had to circle back. Had to do some leveling on the all-grass site. Nice layout and buildings. Used shower room at registration office which was clean and new. One loony for five minutes was plenty of time. Walked to beach from campground at night and later returned with bikes in the morning before checking out. There is no parking along the road on the side of the park to get to the beach. A security crew closes up at night. Would stay here again. We camped at Parlee Beach Provincial Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $33.00
Roads were awful; huge potholes were filled with rainwater. Roads were narrow. The site (#25) had a rock mound off-center, so leveling was a challenge. It was hard to reach the electric & water hookups (which were on the wrong side; shared utilities but everybody had to back in, so reach was impossible without extensions), while the sewer hookup was perfectly situated (very odd layout). Quiet hour was to begin at 10, but the parties continued all around until 10:40. The registration clerk drew on my map directing me to my site, but I had to loop out and come in from the other direction because to park at the correct angle I had to come in from the other direction. We camped at Parlee Beach Provincial Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2006 - $29.00
I do not know how many sites. Over 75 with electricity hookups. This campground is in a reasonable walking distance to Parlee Beach considered the best beach in New Brunswick with some of the warmest waters north of Virginia. This is a resort area with swimming, volleyball, some ports activities, restaurant and beautiful views. They have events planned at night at the beach like some local music talent – the group we listened too were excellent with their own CD’s. This park is also located in Shediac which is considered the lobster capitol of the world and downtown there is a big lobster that you can stand, climb etc for pictures. At night the town is lighted up on seagulls leading the way. Nice town! There is plenty of seafood but coming from New England the seafood is still cheaper then it was here because of the high prices in Canada. We had a nice site in the campground but everyone here is right next to each other – not much privacy. The bathrooms were fine but it is a crowded campground. I don’t think we will be back – not our type of camping. We camped at Parlee Beach Provincial Park in a Motorhome.Undo
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