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5 RV Parks near Richibucto, New Brunswick
Aug 2014 - $29.00
This is a municipal park campground. It is poorly laid out, and not well suited for rigs over 30'. The utility services are hap-hazard arranged with our water and electric 35' away and the sewer connection properly positioned next to the coach--strange! There are no pull-through sites any longer. Most all sites are taken by seasonal units. What transient sites are available are squeezed between trees with poorly laid out utilities. There is no TV available either, satellite (very heavy tree canopy) or over-the-air (no stations close). The Wi-Fi is dialup SLOOOOOW with weak connections. Due to the price for what you get, would definitely NOT stay here again. - lllkrob
Jun 2010 - $28.00
We stopped here one night because they had Wi-Fi included in price of site. The area was neat and clean. Families use this a lot in summer. We had a back-in water and electric site with lots of shade from very tall trees. Very pleasant. Only reason an 8 instead of higher is cost. Would recommend this as a good one night stop on way to somewhere else. We had 30 amp but not real strong. Only 1 pull through site. Some manoeuvrings needed but big rig friendly. - Peter K
Jul 2016 - $31.00
Stopped here for 1 night. Grassy site backed up to property line. Sites were close together but we did not have neighbours so no problem.
Quiet time was totally ignored by a group of inebriated singers sitting around the campfire trying to remember the words to songs of yesteryear until 0245 in the morning. Park staff (owners) appeared to live onsite, but did nothing to stop the racket.
I wouldn't stay here again - too far off the beaten track to take a chance. - DCM/JMB
Sep 2015 - $26.00
This small campground is situated across the street from the lighthouse and ocean. Sites are grass, fairly level, and good size. No problem for 4 slides and tow vehicle. The facility is clean and well-managed; owners on site. We made reservations for our one-night stay and asked about getting lobster. Fortunately, boats went out on the day of our arrival and the owners were able to get fresh lobster. They even cooked them for us. Now that's service! WiFi was on the slow size, but still manageable. Rate reflects US$ full hookups/30amp; $39CAN with tax. - DiplomatTraveler
Aug 2012 - $42.00
New owners this spring who are making great improvements. Told us goal is to have 50 amp in every site by next year. Owners on site and very active all day. We used this as base for touring of the area. Good view of the ocean from the front window. Lobster season opens in a few days and fresh lobster available dockside which is a couple of blocks away. Would return to this campground. - jbskone
Jul 2017 - $43.00
Rate of $43.47 per night, includes tax with Good Sam discount for full hookup site. This is a controlled access park, there is an arm (like a railroad crossing arm) that blocks access to the facility. Office staff must clear you in or you can get a gate card for your own control and after hours access. There is a $10.00 deposit for the card refundable at time of departure. All roads are gravel and in fair shape. All sites are large, open, on hard packed grass and clearly marked. Not all sites offer full hookups, ours did, 30 amp and all utilities were easily accessible and worked as designed. The site was level with plenty of room around coach, no privacy. Like many other parks in the Maritimes we have been too, there are many seasonal sites. There is a playground for the kids and an on sight arcade. There is a small convenience store in the office. Sprint, Verizon and T Mobile all worked well. Internet service available by office only. As we use a satellite, not sure of TV reception. Park is located about 10 -15 minute drive from Bouctouche along a scenic waterfront road. We stayed 2 nights. Would like to have stayed longer as there are several things to see/explore in the area. We would/will stay here again if in the area. - ECM1
Aug 2013 - $33.00
We stayed here 3 nights in a travel trailer. The sites are large and we stayed in an open field area which we didn't mind - love the sun. The sites and roads are flat and wide. Easy to get the rig in and out of the campground. The pool was nice and there was a really nice beach across the street. The people were friendly and the playgrounds were pretty good for the kids. The bathrooms were very clean but the showers didn't seem to warm up. We really liked this place and will return. A few more activities for the kids might be nice, but they had a great time. - JimGo1
Jul 2013 - $40.00
Very nice, family friendly park. Very busy this weekend with mainly visitors from New Brunswick. Sites are grass covered and a good size, with fire pits and tables. Laundry facilities and washrooms looked clean and well kept. We would stay here again. Well maintained with modern facilities. Ocean shore is right across the road. Access to the park from the west is tight so I would suggest approach from the town of Bouctouche. - DaveyB
Jul 2018 - $38.00
This was our first stay at a Canadian Nat'l Park and we are impressed with the camping. Sites are HUGE. We stayed on 253 and 257. Both had over 50' of space on each side and backed up to a large meadow. The shaded spots were a bit smaller but had tons of vegetation to separate you from your neighbors. We are also not accustomed to full hook-ups at a national park site. Super awesome! Other niceties: trash and recycling bins EVERYWHERE, not just up at the entrance, access to tons of recreation (biking, swimming, kayaking, canoeing, mountain biking, fishing, etc.), and wifi at our site (this was supplied by a nearby bathhouse two rows away, but was still serviceable for checking email, typical campground speeds). Don't bring in wood. Purchase wood from the ranger station and you'll be pleasantly surprised with would that's dry and actually burns cleanly, instead of the smolder-o-matic wood found at most state and national parks.
Remember the industrial-strength insect repellent, these buggers are hungry. We parked and just used bikes to get around. Most paths (away from the mtn bike trails) were fairly flat so a run to the beach or convenience store was pretty easy. - 4forsmores
Sep 2017 - $35.00
This is another example of a fine Canadian National Park that is big rig friendly. Our back in spot put us right on the bike path. We were heavily forested but limbs had been cleared so it was not a problem for the camper. The site was fairly level. The bike/walking path directly behind the camper took us to the beaches. The full hook ups worked well. This was a great place to enjoy the shores of the Gulf of St. Lawrence. The reservations web site does a good job of sharing specifics about the options for each campsite including forested vs open. Since we camped here during 2017, there was no visitor charge for using the national park. Next year, the fees will be assessed again. The campground is located about 12 kilometers from the visitor center. Interior roads were nice. - The Regans
Jun 2012 - $32.00
Another great National Park in Canada's system. There is not a bad site in this huge campground. If it is windy, however, get a site away from the water otherwise a campfire might be questionable. Wi-Fi is now available to many sites. My site was near the water in an open area and I could see the Wi-Fi tower on a building near the bathrooms. We had 5 bars of high speed Internet. Really nice for a public campground. The check in was so smooth because of the quality of the staff. The many walks along the beach and other places were memorable. Definitely recommend this wonderful place. - exportman
Aug 2017 - $29.00
Wide open spaces. Very close to the beach. Very friendly and helpful workers. I would definitely stay here again. We travelled in a 35 Class A. A forty footer should work well also.
One bit of advice. If your GPS says take Cedar Dunes Park Rd from route 14: don't. It is very bumpy from ruts and potholes. In the alternative take Wharf Road about a 1/4 mile to the east. The road sign at 14 indicates going to wharf and harbor. It is a smooth paved road. We did the GPS route and drove 1-15mph in the Cedar Dunes Road. - AeroDoc
Sep 2010 - $26.00
This campground has 20 unserviced sites and 40 sites that are 2 way! The serviced sites are right next to the beach but right next to each other. If you are tenting there is more privacy and larger sites. The bathrooms and showers are clean and there is a laundromat. Most Provincial Parks have laundromats. There is a field to play in, volleyball nets and boardwalks to the beach, along the dunes and over to the lighthouse, inn, gift shop and museum. The lighthouse is an easy walk to get too. There are miles and miles of beaches here but the beaches are rocky and windy. This campground you need reservations for to get serviced sites. It is very popular with those who live on the island and some sites it looked like someone stayed for the summer. We pulled in on Thursday before Labor Day with reservations for two nights and there were only a few sites left that were serviced. I am sure that by tomorrow there will be none but with the hurricane coming it might change some plans for local campers. Most of the Provincial Parks on PEI have pay phones at the check in booth and international phone cards can be purchased at local stores and some gas stations. Everyone is very friendly considering hot hot and humid this week has been. - gsnakehill
Jul 2008 - $25.00
Cedar Dunes is sited directly on the ocean (Northumberland Strait) and the 2-way (W&E) sites 21 to 40 or so are almost directly on the beach--a few feet of grass and then you are in the sand. The hook-ups are set between pairs of sites so that one RV has to back in and the other pull in frontwards. There is sufficient room to pull into the site, unhook, and extract the tow vehicle, but it is close. The view into the strait is extraordinary and this location is a perfect starting place for touring the western end of PEI. Our only complaints are that the sites are rather close together, and there are quite a few seasonal campers whose rigs tended to be old and the sites overgrown and filled with "stuff." The overall beauty of the area makes us rate this park a 9 in spite of the complaints. If you camp in a tent, most of the tent sites have lots of trees and are across a grassy field from the serviced sites (Canadian term) - Ron & Sandy