4 Parks near Greenfield, Nova Scotia
Jul 2014 - $35.00
This campground is occupied by seasonals with only a handful of sites for overnighters. Our site was located in a cul-de-sac which made it awkward to maneuver into the site. All hookups worked fine. No cable TV, but found 2 channels off the antenna. Wi-Fi available, but wasn't able to connect from our site. We only used this campground as it was only full hookup site around, but wouldn't bother again to come here as it is more geared to seasonals. - Onemoretrail
Aug 2015 - $38.00
Several levels of sites. Ours was the lowest, and with the rain, there was standing water in the morning. Sites not exactly level. - ta96silver
Jul 2015 - $55.00
Using my rv GPS Garmin I ended up in a cul de sac from which you could the campground through the trees. While my wife took the car to find the campground a local resident told me this happens all the time. Poor signage by campground! Finally, the owner came and guided us back to the campground. Stated he has to do this all the time.
When we got into the property we found very narrow roads with trees scraping sides of MH. Site was not level and we had to jockey back and forth in order to end up with our door not located in an actual very large mud pond.
Campground is located in a ravine and is a forest so it was impossible to get satellite or off the air stations and the cell service (we have two different carriers) was nil!
Because of it was impossible to connect the car to the MH we had to travel to a local Walmart to connect. - Rd yacht
Aug 2014 - $36.00
Roads are narrow, rough gravel. Washrooms and showers are old and not very clean. There are activities for children and many seasonal campers. The camp is quiet at night. - rvcats
Aug 2015 - $43.00
Very disappointed! The price for a tent site is exorbitant...$42.90 for one night, plus, in order to get into the campground, you have to pay to enter the National Park too! So for two people to camp in a tent, we had to pay $62!!! We did it because we were led to believe that we would be able to see the Northern Lights from there, but when we arrived, one of the staff members told us that you really couldn't see the Lights. For the price of this site, you would think it would be cream-of-the-crop, but there was trash all over our site when we arrived, and the whole site was gravel so our tent stakes wouldn't even go into the ground! The bathrooms were clean enough as far as camp bathrooms go. As for the park, it was totally worth the day entrance fee...an excellent park, just be sure to camp elsewhere! - J4 A
Jul 2012 - $35.00
This is definitely a family campground. There were many large groups camping when we did and consequently it was pretty noisy, although people did observe the 11 pm quiet time. Sites were wooded but close together for a national park. Power was available but not water at the sites. There was a central shower facility for the whole campground that was very nice. This park has lots of hiking and biking available, and the kayaking on the many lakes is outstanding. - 76Gator
Jul 2011 - $45.00
With 60 some sites now powered up it makes an already great park even better. The washrooms are always clean and the beaches are spotless. This is a beautiful place to spend a week. - strathmoreman
Sep 2015 - $38.00
Nothing special about the campground itself. Most of the RVs were permanent. However, the residents were very friendly and it seemed like a big community. The staff was quite friendly and helpful and Lunenburg is only 2 kms away. Saturday morning there is a pancake breakfast and Sat pm, there is Karoki. We didn't partake of either, but we would definitely stay here again. - hudsonguy
Aug 2014 - $40.00
Stayed here for 3 nights in a 26' travel trailer. Very close to Lunenburg. Went to 2 beaches, one 20 min away and Crescent Beach which was 30-40 min away utilizing the ferry. Didn't pre-book, and most other campgrounds in area fill up when weekends get close. When we called for availability, they didn't request a credit card or phone # to hold the site. Clean campground, owners seemed friendly but also seemed as though they could be irritated easily. Showers were just acceptable. Adult only pool hours from 1-2 and 1 hr before closing. Recreation areas run-down. Karaoke on Saturday night was a bit loud. Served hot breakfast the next morning but not sure if there was a cost because we didn't take part in it. Were touristing for the most part of each day so didn't spend much time here. 1 1/2 hrs away from Peggy's Cove. - dempers
Aug 2009 - $35.00
The campground is owned by Murray and Dot, two individuals that we had the pleasure to get to know during our motorcycle tour to Nova Scotia. Fabulous people. They are the kind of people you feel you have known for years after talking with them for 5 minutes. They managed to squeeze us in despite that they were full. Live music during the weekends. Very friendly atmosphere. Will definitely camp there again. Clean bathrooms and showers. - Tor