9 RV Parks near Berwick, Nova Scotia
Aug 2017 - $35.00
Large park with many seasonal campers. Can't vouch on other sites but all of the ones by the pond are very, very uneven. We had to get creative so our heads weren't pointed down hill. The most level places aren't within reach of the power and water. The exit looks close but it's not because it's blocked off. There is no dog run or good areas to walk the dogs. Shower is a pay shower, one loonie per five minutes. There is only ONE shower per bathroom, so be prepared to wait for it. Wi-Fi was non-existent, owner claims it was broken over two weeks prior and has not been repaired. - NewYorkCountryGirl
Aug 2013 - $35.00
Best Place to camp hands down! Perfect for young children! Clean and Friendly place to be! - rosesas
Sep 2011 - $16.00
This was a very nice Passport America Park. The people at check-in were very friendly and they had one of their employees guide us to our site. The sites are wide and long enough to accommodate 45' rigs. Their is a gate access key which you pay a deposit for at check-in which is good for added security. The roads to the RV sites are dirt and it creates quite a bit of dust. We would definitely camp here again. - Larry Hamblin
Jul 2015 - $47.00
Stayed over long weekend July 31 -August 3. Not impressed. Washrooms were not clean by pool, mud was left there from day before and was not restocked. Understaffed for the amount of campers there. They advertise theme weekends but are not run well because of lack of staff. A lot of extra costs there including pay showers. It was a busy weekend but I have to report the pool was very dirty on the first day we arrived and it was not cleaned for the entire weekend. There is a stench of sewer around the pool and near the games arcade daily. There are many seasonal sites, but most sites are jammed in rows. Picnic table was rotten and we couldn't use it. Probably will not return. Disappointing as we had heard good things. Was not worth the $47 +tax per night. - Famoffive
Jul 2012 - $46.00
They pride themselves on their clean washrooms, but that's where the perks end. This is an over-priced park with nothing for the kids. They have a jumping pillow and slip slide but rarely willing to turn them on. What's the point ? Waste of money in my opinion. - Caper1973
Jul 2010 - $43.00
Sites were relatively level, but because they were not completely grassed there was a lot of dirt tracked into the trailer. The picnic tables were old and there were a lot of ants. They have some great concepts but some things require maintenance. The little wading pool was filthy and I would not let my toddler in it. The campground is quiet and the people friendly. - RiverStone
Jul 2011 - $50.00
Overall not a bad campground. We stayed in a deluxe site which I strongly recommend unless you want to be in an open area with small children and dogs running everywhere. We stayed in deluxe site number 3. It was nice, although a little tight for getting out of when there were campers in the site next to us. A lot of the people in this campground are locals with seasonal sites. We were here for two nights while waiting for our house to close. Restrooms/showers were clean, the staff was helpful and friendly. I would give this resort a higher rating if we didn't have to watch out for unattended children and dogs as much when we were leaving the park each time to run into town for errands. - Always Glamping
Jul 2011 - $30.00
Check-in staff was very friendly but young and inexperienced with big rigs. Site assigned was Not accessible to a 40 ft motorhome, so took another site. Fire rings are in the way for parking and exiting. 50 amp elect is good and water pressure is good. WiFi only works in office or parked right outside. Lots of kids on bikes but not noisey. Would stay here again. Rate is PassPort America. - XPPCo
Aug 2010 - $18.00
Level sites with good electric and water. Interior roads in good condition. A negative against the park would be their fire pits. The park digs this 8 to 10 inch deep hole,about three feet in diameter right where you have to back into the site or where you need to park your tow vehicle. Makes getting in and out of the site with a larger unit difficult. We would camp here again. The price reflects the rate for a Coast to Coast Good Neighbor Park, - corky506
Sep 2017 - $46.00
A nice shaded campground, a good place to stay, although it is the second most expensive campground of the past 42 stops. Would be a reasonable value at about $7 less per night. We had good power and excellent cellular signal. During the weekend, the smoke was a bit heavy so we just closed up the windows and ran our air conditioner. - cherib
Aug 2017 - $49.00
Very nice campground, wooded and nice sites. Staff very helpful and friendly. Well kept up. Bathrooms were clean but dated. Laundry facilities were clean, but washers and dryers are small. No cable. Very good water pressure. - dtfoster
Sep 2016 - $25.00
We stayed in this park for a month, Aug-Sept 2016, while visiting family nearby. It is a nice, lovely wooded, quiet park, with easy access to the HWY 101 and Rte 1.
We have a 35ft. Motorhome with tow dolly and had plenty of room to navigate the roads and our lot. The lots are nice sized with picnic tables and firepits. There is a decent playground and pool.
The owner is very nice and easy going. He keeps the park and the pool very clean.
The few permanent residents all have respectable, well maintained homes.
There is a very nice, short, deeply wooded, nature trail following a creek with small falls over mossy boulders which we enjoyed very much.
The laundry room has 2 washers and dryers, $2/$1.5o for 45 mins., only offering cold water wash. This is the only thing we didn't like about the park. We highly recommend this nice park and will stay again when in the area. - Jo and Bob
Jul 2010 - $23.00
This campground is a portion of the former White's Motel and Campground as the seasonal sites look to be next door to this campground. There are some sites on the same level as the road interspersed with cottages and some down on the level with the Annapolis River. Our site, down below, felt like we'd sink into soft ground but we didn't. Our electric service was 20 amp and we popped the circuit breaker twice when using AC and another load like microwave. The Wi-Fi didn't work at our site and was intermittent when closer to the office. The lower level is a large open field. The sites in the lower field are on the periphery so there is a large central area for recreating. It was easy to set up satellite TV. The bathroom was shabby and in need of an upgrade. Showers were pay type. The pool looked inviting. Owners were very welcoming and helpful when needed. Price is actually $20 for a water and electric site with Nova Scotia's 15% sales tax pushing the daily fee to $23. The dump station is conveniently located on the exit to the campground. We spent three days here while we explored the Annapolis valley and the Fundy Coast of Nova Scotia. We'd likely stay here again when in the area. - Jay Rutherford
Aug 2017 - $43.00
Campsites are close but very acceptable. The grounds are well kept. I noticed that there were about 60% of the occupants were seasonal. The only excess noise we experienced were motorcycles. I really did not appreciate pay showers after paying for our campground. We can tell you that from our site we were able to get Dish satellite tv. - morrison
Aug 2016 - $39.00
Definitely family oriented, many children but so very quiet overnight, and grounds are kept very clean. Many residents gather in the evening for congenial campfire chats. 50 amp service and WiFi were both slightly overpowered at peak times, but a surge protector is invaluable in these situations when everyone needs A/C. Wonderful location as tour base. - B and B
Jul 2016 - $49.00
Park is mostly catering to seasonal campers. The campsites for daily/weekly campers are varying in size. Don't bother asking which site or trying to reserve a site they will not tell you. Section B where we stayed is best suited for small trailers in the range of Popup campers or at the most a 19 to 23 foot trailer. The owners were putting 32 foot motor homes and 32 foot fifth wheels in spots not big enough to get in. I don't know what the travelers would have done if we had not been at our site to move our vehicles or guide them in. Fire pits are a few feet from your RV when you do get it in so you have no chance of enjoying all the amenities of camping. If you plan on staying connected to the electronic world while you are here do no rely on their "free internet" it is impossible to get on or stay connected to it. As for Television, there are 2 local digital channels available. We experienced issues with the power box tripping with only the AC and one other electrical appliance plugged in. My fifth wheel was drawing less than 20-25 amps at the time.
Our first stay here more than 10 years ago was much more accommodating and this will probably be the last time we go here. - Andrew Hampson
Sep 2017 - $32.00
Rate is in Canadian $. Couple who own and operate this campground were very friendly and helpful and live onsite. RV sites are side by side back-in and for Class-A coaches this offers a front window view. Tent sites are on the grass facing the water, adjacent to the lighthouse. The RV connections are unconventional, all have the sewer on the correct side but W/E is shared so half have the connections are on the opposite side, for most this isn't a problem. Rt 209 coming in from the east gets very hilly and twisty for the last several miles and the pavement needs much work. Plan on driving much slower than usual to keep all where it should stay. The campground offers a unique close up view of the ever changing tides where the water is literally just across the street and 6 hours later is is hundreds of yards away. Many enjoy walking the exposed gravel beds looking for sea glass, rocks and shipwreck artifacts. The owner maintains a historic lighthouse as a museum. This is a suitable campground for children who can entertain themselves. Cell service is marginal at best. 3 OTA channels are available and satellite is unobstructed. A single free wifi access point about midway in the campground offers service to many sites, but appears to be a DSL line with limited bandwidth and is fine for email and text, but not much more. The town of Advocate Harbor has a gas station with 87 and diesel with a small market and cafe. We found 2 other restaurants in town to be quite good. This is a remote location well off the beaten path. - Trailbuddy
Sep 2017 - $34.00
Rate of $34.00 per night for full hook-ups (30 amp) plus tax no discounts offered. Campground is small, 20 RV sites and 3 cabins on a mixture of dirt and gravel, no grass. There is one road running the length of the campground and all sites are back in. Could be tight for larger/longer units. All sites face the ocean, great view. Tide rose 31' per day during our stay. All sewer hookups are on the left side of the site midway down. Water and electric hookups on the other hand could be on either side of the coach and both will need an extension to connect. The owner will provide an extension if needed. Sites are just long enough to be out of the road with ample parking bedside the rig for a vehicle. Sites are wide enough to allow for use of slides and awning. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring across the street by the rock sea wall. Bathrooms/showers were clean but old and dated and cost $2.50 per shower. The laundry room has three each residential style washers and dryers. Payment is on the honor system, $2.50 per load. Verizon and T Mobile worked well, no Sprint signal. The restaurant across the street was closed during our stay, not sure if out of business or closed for the season. Access to the ocean floor during low tide is via steps down the rock seawall. The beach/ocean floor is gravel. The owners are very friendly and will work very hard to please and accommodate. This is a unique facility, the park itself is not much to look at, utility hook ups/setup funky, the park location is isolated and the coastal wind blows constantly, however the ocean view, the tides and being at the coast (at least for us) more than make up for the short comings. A great place to just come and chill. We would stay here again. - ECM1
Jun 2017 - $27.00
First time at this campground. Love it! Right on the ocean. High tide is 50 feet from RV. Owners are wonderful. We will be back. We camped in a 36 foot RV. - Adaigle
Sep 2017 - $24.00
The rate is in Canadian $. This park is at the end of the road on a 600' bluff overlooking the Minas Basin of the Bay of Fundy and about a 30 minute drive from Hwy 101. The campground is arranged in 2 loops and several of the sites back up to a view of the water. Most sites are barely in view of their neighbors in this very woody area. The interior roads are dirt with a few puddle filled holes and for most rigs is wide enough to clear the branches. Site #1 is enormous and can be used as a pull through while the rest are mostly back-ins. The paved road leading to the park is a narrow winding and sometimes bumpy lane along the farms. The last hill to the entrance station is probably about a 10% grade. Reservations can be made online or via phone. Without reservations, drive through and make a note of which desired sites appear empty and return to the kiosk and use the yellow phone to make a no-fee reservation for the desired site. We were there mid-week after Labor Day and the park was about 10% occupied. Great views of the Basin. There are water spigots near the loops roads and a dump station is near the entrance and can be used in either direction. - Trailbuddy
May 2014 - $26.00
This is a very nice Provincial Park with fantastic views! There are trails down to view the beach during low tide and the tide fluxuates 40+/- feet twice each day. The hill going up to the campground is very steep so you need a good head start if pulling a heavy RV. They have wooded sites as well as open meadow sites. We were in site #74 which had an amazing view and I think it was the best in the park. Site #74 is supposed to accommodate an RV up to 30 feet long but you could easily put a larger one on it as long as you park parallel to the road. The only problem with this site is that it can get very windy up there, but the view is one you will not forget. Very nice folks run the park and the campground is very quiet and well maintained. The roads leading to the park are very rough but if you like "dry camping" and are in this area you should really try it out. I gave it a 9 only because the trails needed some attention but that could have been because we were there early in the season. - troutslayer