6 RV Parks near Antigonish, Nova Scotia
Jul 2010 - $25.00
Adequate for an over night, right on highway, bathhouse not clean, sites not level and short. Pool at motel. - cruiser2010
Jul 2016 - $38.00
Large family oriented park in downtown Antigonish. Easy walk to centre of town.
Sites are close together with not much/no vegetation between them.
Sorry didn't make a note of site number, but we were on outside of park in a back-in W/E site. - DCM/JMB
Jul 2016 - $40.00
There are many good things about this park (friendly staff, lots of helpful signage, lots of washing machines and dryers, level gravel sites, good location for visiting Antigonish and shopping) but the sites are about as tightly spaced as we have ever seen. There were no motor coaches in the park and we wondered how some of the big fifth wheels managed to get into their sites. There is barely room to park your trailer and truck in the same space. Our site was described as a pull-through but apart from us (because we are pulling a tiny19ft trailer) nobody could park with vehicle and trailer in same line. Little privacy. We would not return to this campground and felt it was far too expensive for the space allocated. - rvbravo2
Aug 2014 - $47.00
Friendly staff, clean park and facilities and nice laundr. Close to town center. Lots of kids which is no problem for us. Very family friendly. - GRMOK!
Sep 2017 - $39.00
We were looking for an overnight stop and the quite friendly fellow in the office had a long convenient pull through in the middle of the loop overlooking the water. I did not have to unhook as the site was level. All hookups were standard and worked well. The is a bit of highway noise from Hwy 4, but it was not objectionable. We would stay here again if in the area. - Trailbuddy
Aug 2017 - $41.00
This is a very nice little RV park located on a side hill that slopes down to the harbor. We paid $51 Canadian per night for a 50 amp FHU pull thru site with wifi. We were greeted upon arrival and led to the site which had been recently mowed and it also had a nice new picnic table. We had a nice view of the water from our site. One thing we noticed was a worker watering the road to keep the dust down. Something a lot of other parks should do more of. They also seemed to do the mowing when sites were empty. This park was very well run and our stay was very enjoyable here so we gave it higher rating. The wifi did drop a couple of times, but it was mostly very good during our 3 day stay. There is a bit of road noise from nearby 104 at night. The harbor seemed to act somewhat like a megaphone. No OTA TV reception. - Bob and Inga
Jul 2017 - $44.00
This a nice campground with long, level, sites that are gravel. The host even provides a wooden step at each of the big rig sites, since they are on a terraced setup, and once your rig is parked most steps do not come close to the ground. They do provide 50 amp, FHU sites, which have been somewhat hard to find in this area. The campground is clean and is serviced by a very friendly staff. Previous reviews have stated there is no way to turn around here, but there is a large area next to the office where you could turn around, and the road next to the big rig sites does curve around back to the main entrance. They also have a second exit out of the campground. We had absolutely no issues coming or going with our 44 foot rig. If I had to offer a suggestion to the owners, I'd suggest a bit more gravel on the entrance road. When we arrived, it had been raining for awhile and I had to run through some mud coming into the facility. Not much mud was kicked up,but enough to cause me to clean off my rims. Otherwise, this has been one of the better places we've stayed in Nova Scotia - glenstmary
Aug 2017 - $45.00
Decent park for overnight. Roads need a little work. WiFi is off and on. - morrison
Sep 2015 - $28.00
A nice campground with a variety of sites to fit just about anyone's needs. Our pull-through site (B13) was fairly level, long enough for our 40' RV with tow, and wide enough for all four slides. There are some sites that would be difficult for a big rig to level, so make reservations if it is a busy time of the year. The park has a nice beach and swimming area. There's even a dock and boat rentals! Small book exchange in the laundry room. WiFi was sporadic. The roads off the highway are very narrow in places so use caution in driving to the park. There are three parks along this road, watch for the Hyclass signs. Price reflects US$, full hookups/30amp; $36CAN w/GS discount. - DiplomatTraveler
Sep 2015 - $30.00
Staff was nice. But, the roads are in very very poor condition. Potholes were the normal state of the roads. They advertise free wifi. Really they should advertise NO wifi. It was virtually nonexistent and I was located less than 60 feet from the office. The walk down to the water was nice but one had to watch your step because there were ruts. I saw one poor child get caught in a rut and went careening off her bike. One must wrestle with weeds to get to the dump station. Really, I would suggest spending a day and get off the four wheeler the staff constantly ran up and down the road and fix the potholes, weed the six foot high weeds that scrape your door when you use the dump station, and take down the signs advertising free wifi. No wifi is not free. I would actually pay to have some wifi but not in this place that is badly in need of repair and maintenance. - Northernneck
Sep 2017 - $38.00
Canadian price plus tax for FHU was $43. This is mostly a very nicely maintained seasonal campground with a separate area reserved for short term visitors. Sites were well back off a lightly traveled road so road noise was nonexistent. The WiFi connected, but was painfully slow despite being here off season with most of the permanent sites being vacant. Only 1 OTA channel was available and normally back to back sites were functionally pull throughs. We were among about 1/2 dozen overnighters so we were well spaced apart. The water and 30A power were good. The short term sites were in an open grassy area with rows of connection pedestals and minimal leveling was needed. The lady at the front desk was courteous and efficient. I would have rated Cranberry higher had the price been more in line with an off season overnight stay. - Trailbuddy
Aug 2017 - $38.00
We stayed here in a 44' motorhome. Nice large sites, friendly staff and nice neighbors. The road coming in was very dusty, but easy in and easy out. Poor wifi and could not connect to our Dish Network Satellite (not sure why because there were no trees). Come prepared because it's about 20 miles to the nearest grocery store. - Old Farts
Aug 2015 - $32.00
Very great service. Highly recommend. Plan on coming back lots before the lovely weather is gone away. Great staff. Perfect view of the ocean. The staff recommended it as best site and I was the lucky one to score it. love it. Lovely ice cream!!!!! - nancy1234
Aug 2016 - $18.00
Quite a nice little park, a bit out of the way. Great little spot for 2 or 3 nights.
No power but very clean comfort center.
Whole park very clean and quiet. Did not miss the constant running of generators which plagued our Newfoundland PP experience.
Very friendly park staff who take genuine pride in their park.
This inland bay has the usual assortment of geese, loons, ducks, cormorants and the odd great blue heron for nature lovers. - RJN
Aug 2015 - $26.00
This is one of the seven self-registration Provincial campgrounds in Nova Scotia. Reservations can be made online ($9) or onsite (no fee). As this campground is seldom full, we chose the latter option. This is a beautiful little campground with 40 unserviced sites. The grounds are well maintained and most sites have a water view. The washroom building, which is handicap accessible, has free hot showers, electric outlets, and is immaculately clean. There are water spigots throughout the campground as well as 2 pit toilets. As this is a provincial park, the water is tested daily. All sites have a fire pit and picnic table. Kudos to the staff for putting 2 wheels on all of the heavy wood picnic tables. The site description on the reservation website indicates which sites are not level. Firewood ($) and ice ($) are available. There is no beach but there is a boat launch. In my opinion, sites 18 and 33 are the nicest and are quite private. If you have a small class B, C or a pop-up, site 25 has the most spectacular sunset views. Generator hours are from 10am to 8pm. Full recycling is available. Overpriced diesel is available about 9.5 km north of the campground on Hwy 316. For diesel at regular prices you need to go to Sherbrooke (50km) or Antigonish (60km). Antigonish is also your best option for grocery shopping. Marine Drive (Hwy # 7) is wonderfully scenic, however the road is in absolutely terrible condition and will reek havoc on your RV if you choose that route. - driftdiver1