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8 RV Parks near Seafoam, Nova Scotia
Jun 2018 - $30.00
We only stayed here one night but it is a nice park. Great view of Northumberland Straights. Wifi was very slow but did work at our site. There are some new pull through sits that are very nice and long enough for big rigs. - RayN
Jul 2017 - $50.00
We made reservations. Pulled in, young girl at desk. Asked at the time if back in that we were assigned was large enough for our 35 ft. 5 th wheel. She said she was sure we could get in. It only took 1/2 hour - after we had someone move their vehicle, have the neighbors behind us pull in their awning, move picnic table and the fire container which was full of stinky trash. Then, the spot is so uneven we had to lower our front Jack's as far as they would go to get "somewhat" level. Oh, and this great spot was $50 per night! Wouldn't recommend. - Jaspar-SandJ
Sep 2016 - $30.00
We stayed here off season but it was a Friday night, which might have been a mistake. There are a lot of seasonal trailers here and apparently folks come here for the weekend to party. Quiet time isn't until midnight! Even with that, we heard people much later. They also have pay showers which is annoying. I'd rather pay a few dollars more in the daily rate then have to dig out coins to take a shower. - Cape Cod kayaker
Jul 2017 - $42.00
Full hookup 30 amp site $42.00 per night no discount, however stay for six nights and get seventh night free. Not all sites are full hookups, some just water & electric. There is a community dump. This RV Park is located on Brule Point, about a 10 minute drive from Tatamagouche and right on the water. The beach is rocky. The layout for this park is very unconventional and is 50% occupied by seasonal (weekenders) families. Lots of children. The managers are very friendly and try very hard to accommodate. We called for same day (on a Saturday) reservations requesting 2 nights full hookups. They only had tent sites left for Saturday and allowed us to come in and use two tent sites (T-11 & T10) at the rate for one site. Sunday we moved to site 3-3, full hookups. The park has single lane hard packed dirt/gravel roads with all sites being completely of grass and level. Sites are adequate in size to allow for slides and awning use without encroaching on neighbor. There are no trees in the park, no shade, great for satellite reception. Every site has a fire pit, made of the inner liner of a washing machine and most have a picnic table. Lots of fires at night, at least on the weekend. There is a play area for the kids and outdoor games for both adults and children. The park sponsors weekend activities in the club house. Lots of people sitting outside their RV's during the day and evening. Bathrooms are small, very dated but clean, no showers. Both Sprint and Verizon had several bars. We did not use the park WIFI. Wind and bugs not an issue first day, however relatively high wind next few days, could not use awning again until last day. Owner sprays for mosquitos. We intended to stay just two nights but extended and extra 2 nights. This facility has a very homey, family feel, all the patrons are very friendly and welcoming. We will stay here again if opportunity allows us to return to this area. - ECM1
Aug 2013 - $30.00
Very friendly staff, some sites are right next to the ocean and very beautiful! Wi-Fi costs extra and was broken when we were there. Bathrooms were OK. - Joe Tenners
Aug 2012 - $36.00
Friendly hosts, level grassy sites, ocean is a short walk to rocky beach, large playground, they do recycle, dump station is easy, Wi-Fi is $2 extra per day we had water and power. The site we were in had the neighbor across facing our door, so not a lot of privacy, (that is only about a quarter of the park. - edt
Sep 2017 - $40.00
Nice campground filled with well kept seasonal campers. Great location to explore the town of Pictou. Owner was most accommodating in assessing our leveling requirements and assigning our site, however, our site was way too close to other campers. No privacy at all. Definitely a weekend destination for locals. Electric, Water, Sewer and WiFi were all good. - Breezy2
Nov 2015 - $30.00
We stayed in August and love the closeness to the festival activities in the area. So much going on. Really close to a nice size town, but felt like we were in the wilderness. Nice beach access across the street. They own a small beach on the warmest ocean in the area. Park also has a heated pool. Great prices and great service. The owners are extremely welcoming. The park has lots of trees and big lots.
The next time we come, we will bring our ATV's. Coming back for sure. - Robertas
Aug 2015 - $36.00
The front section of this CG seems to be mostly seasonal sites. Very tight roads leading to newer back section where the pass through campers seem to end up. Sites were adequate but the layout is tight. Need to back down the road to back into your site. OK for an overnight or two. Gave us a chance to explore Picteu. - Maine-iacs
Sep 2017 - $30.00
Beautiful campgrounds, with large lots in loop A, close to the beach and loop A now has 30 AMP service. Note no water or sewer at campsite but water is available and they have 2 very clean dumping stations. We stayed in a 5th wheel. - Fundy
Aug 2016 - $26.00
Beautiful provincial park well away from road noise. It was quiet and secluded. Price is in CAD. - MSSW
Jul 2014 - $26.00
Caribou-Munroes is a lovely provincial park campground situated on a stretch of beautiful sandy beach on the Northumberland Shore - I think the beach is about 3 km long. All sites are unserviced; i.e., no water or electric, and generator hours are 10am to 8pm. There is a single dump station with a hose for doing a black tank flush. Loop A is open and has the best views of the water. The other loops are wooded or partially wooded. Most, if not all, sites have fire pits. Wood and ice are available ($). The washrooms are very clean and there are free hot showers but no laundry facilities. There is free Wi-Fi available in a covered area with electric outlets next to the office. The campground is easily accessible from the PEI ferry and the town of Pictou, complete with a Sobeys, Home Hardware, and Tims, etc. There is a gas station with diesel a few km from the park entrance. If you like relaxing on one of the nicest beaches in Nova Scotia, this is the park for you. - driftdiver1
Oct 2015 - $19.00
We generally visit in the off season and always receive a water view site. Great birding campground including Eagles, osprey, ducks, geese, herons and shorebirds. Sites are level and owner ensures all guests are satisfied. He also helps with any issues even with rv's. The owner has a fantastic memory and knows all his guests well. When we called for a site he told us the site we had 2 years prior was open so set up and "I'll see you later". We had a visitor who he had met 18 years prior and he remembered the name. In my view there is no finer operator in Canada or US and we have visited approx. 81 parks in last 5 months and approx. 300 in past 3 years. Good book exchange, laundry and firewood was free. Good wifi. - camperme
Sep 2015 - $24.00
Park caters to full time seasonal campers, I'd estimate that 80%+ of the sites are occupied by full timers leaving few sites for transient campers. I stayed one night while repositioning from Cape Breton to Bay of Fundy. Had waterfront site which had nice views of the waterway. Note there is a paper mill across the bay and can be smelled at the campsite depending on wind direction. Restrooms/showers were adequate but a little rustic and outdated. Private beach was nice for a short walk. - Wdeertz
Sep 2015 - $28.00
This CG is huge and almost entirely seasonals--at least when we were there in late Sept. That said, it is excellent. The seasonals are all neat and clean. The wifi is excellent, the sites are very level and nicely spaced. It is only 5, or so, kms from Pictou. At the back of the CG, there is a path to the beach--to the right is a nice beach walk of about a mile. Don't miss the Balmoral Mills grist mill--about a half hour from Pictou. - hudsonguy
Aug 2016 - $31.00
The park is a few minutes drive to the Ferry from Prince Edward Island to Nova Scotia. It is on the ocean and has shady and sunny sites. Very pleasant and reasonably priced. The sites are very large with lots of room for the biggest mh or trailer. We will return again, and regularly. - camperme
Jul 2016 - $34.00
Provincial park with large sites nicely spaced apart and separated by bushes/trees.
We stayed here mainly to be close to ferry to Nova Scotia.
Our third provincial park on PEI. Interestingly this one did not have wifi where other PPs do. - DCM/JMB
Jul 2013 - $36.00
Great campground, our site was a little oddly shaped, but it worked. It was a short walk to an amazing view of the Northumberland Straight and a beautiful beach. We would definitely stay here again. - CokeCacher
May 2017 - $30.00
Small friendly campground adjacent to a very challenging 9 hole golf course which has lots of up and down fairways with many wonderful water views over the Northumberland Strait. Large pull through, although small signs for site numbers and need to drive over grass entering/exiting campsites. Sites are gravel. Will definitely stay again. - pwaygood
Aug 2015 - $30.00
Although I booked this park through Provincial Parks of PEI on line it is actually now a private campground called, officially, Belfast Highlands Green and Lord Selkirk Park. We were here during the Highland Games (no admission fee for campers) and it was very busy. We were in the lower area, 15 amp and water and not too level but right on Orwell Cove a globally recognized conservation area. Some noise at night from the unserviced area below us otherwise a nice stay. Wifi available at a few hotspots but best in the reception area that doubles for the nine hole golf course and the campgrounds. The washrooms though clean need updating. - Ron and Lynda
Sep 2012 - $32.00
I thoroughly enjoyed this peaceful place with magnificant sunsets, but I missed my Wi-Fi. It was a wide space and extremely long, but there wasn't much beyond that to talk about in my journal. Perhaps if I were a golfer, ahhh, there you go. Golfers will love this place! - Itsy
Aug 2017 - $24.00
Not big rig convenient. We were in a 35 foot class A. IMHO that is the max Class A size. Cannot really park Class anything with slides on the lower level by the river - lots too narrow (we did see one RV with one side of slides out and it was tight). We parked on the upper level (drive in, back out). We were the only Class A there when we visited. If you want a no frills, no thrills, quiet and restful RV park this is the place. Internet is slow and phone service is adequate.
If you are arriving in a Class A (35 feet or shorter) when you make your reservation make sure to specify upper level and that they reserve you a spot. The sites are first come first served. If we showed up and the few (4-5) sites on the upper level were taken we would have had to go elsewhere. - AeroDoc
Sep 2016 - $15.00
We parked in site 16, which allowed us to park facing the river with a great view. Our neighbor in site 15 was hooked up to our power pedestal because his didn't have power. Thankfully, I had a 30 amp 25 ft. extension cord and was able to hook up to site 17's pedestal. This meant that site 17 couldn't be used by anyone else. Several attempts to locate the owner were unsuccessful that evening. Voltage was stable and adequate.
Site was fairly level and it was easy to level the coach.
Even with the power hook up problem, we would stay here again. Price and a great view more than atone for a minor hook up problem. - Lakewood90
Jul 2016 - $12.00
Nice small park right on the Murray River. Quiet & well located for exploring the Eastern side of PEI. Highly recommend this campground. - Pamnken