This is a beautifully maintained and landscaped RV Resort and Cottage Community with a majority of seasonals in everything from travel trailers to park models. It really isn't a campground at all, so if you are looking for a "camping" experience then you've come to the wrong place. It is, however, very clean and has plenty of amenities including a pool and well equipped playground and splash pad for the kids. Contrary to some of the reviews, in our experience the staff was friendly and only asked that we not put more wood on our fire after midnight. There are a number of great tourist attractions close at hand as well. The price is a little steep in my opinion, but given the proximity to such a popular beach town, it isn't surprising. For those who are looking to pinch a penny, avoid the camp store. There is a small grocery store about 5 minutes away and there is local firewood available for about half the cost if you go to some of the "trading post" type stores run by the local First Nations. We camped at Carsons Camp in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $50.00
Big rigs beware. We camped here with a 38 foot 5th wheel and had a very hard time getting around the hedges that line all the lanes and sites. We saw others holding back hedges for the driver to get out unscathed. Not easy to get around. We camped at Carsons Camp in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $45.00
Very nice place. Walking distance to the beach. The only downfall, you have to pay $3.00 to get to the beach because it's owned by the aboriginal people otherwise i would have given a 10. I would recommend this place to families with young kids. We camped at Carsons Camp in a Motorhome.