9 RV Parks near Georgetown, Prince Edward Island
Jun 2017 - $32.00
This campground is big rig friendly. Wide open with no low hanging branches if you request not to park in the trees. We did ask to be in the trees and had no problem with limbs or branches. There is a wide open area just past the check-in office that has a view of the lake. Real nice place, we would come and stay again. Lots to see and do in the area and the staff was very helpful with activities in the area. Also, a golf course is right next door. Gravel pads and driveway, 30 and 50 amp with sewer. - DonGott
Jul 2016 - $36.00
Stayed for 3 nights to explore eastern PEI. Lots to see and do around.
Site was large and separated from others with trees/bushes.
Wifi was spotty at best.
We would stay here again. - DCM/JMB
Jul 2014 - $35.00
Very nice, quiet park. Very near good food and good biking on the Confederation Trail. Our site was barely large enough for 35' MH but we made it. There were only a couple of sites that would take a larger unit. Many were seasonal campers in travel trailers or fifth wheelers. Everyone was quiet and respectful. Wifi was available at about $5/ day. We did not use it but reception was very good. Actually, the antennae was right at our site. FREE wifi is available at Georgetown library. If you catch them open, the will give you access for the time of your stay so you can park in front of the library to use 24 hours a day. Really nice lady in charge and she was a big help. Gate is manned 24 hours and all the attendants seemed very helpful. . We would stay there again if in this area of PEI. It is quiet and quaint but not our favorite. My rating was 7 for MH due to tight sites. Would be an 8 for other vehicles. - jubilee32
Aug 2010 - $26.00
Gaspereaux, PEI 42 sites unserviced or 2 way. Site 33 facing the Bay. $25.00. This is one of the most popular parks in PEI during the summer months. We camped here the last day it was open in September. They actually had us move since they closed a day earlier than posted. The beach here is beautiful – one of the best in PEI. The causeway that one can drive to go to the lighthouse has the beach on the east side and St. Marys Bay on the other side. Sand dunes, birds and long stretches of shoreline make this a picture taking haven. The campground faces the woods and the Bay and is a short walk, bike ride or drive to the beach. As is typical of the Provincial Parks in PEI they offer electric, water, showers, playground, kitchen shelters, dumping stations and plenty of children activities during July and August. There is also a scenic viewing tower. This park is also the site for the First Nations People annual Pow Wow. It attracts visitors from all over in the summer. The Pow Wow offers native crafts, healing sweat tent, drum bands etc. In the months of July and August reservations would be suggested. - gsnakehill
Jun 2012 - $32.00
As previous reviewers reported, this is a gem of a little campground. The total number of sites listed (26) is made up mostly of cottages and tent sites. I counted only about a half-dozen RV sites. Although the facility is right in town, it is surprisingly quiet. It sits on a ridge overlooking the town marina, and is convenient to shopping and the local sights. The only negative occurred when checking in. I pulled into the driveway which provides access to the cottages, motel, and RV sites, but getting to the RV sites required driving through a very narrow parking area in front of the motel. Barely enough room to squeeze through. Also, the 2012 season may be the last for this campground. The owner is planning to break ground for a hotel on the property in September, and that will mean closing the campground to make room for a parking lot. - DrLewie
Aug 2011 - $32.00
If there were a higher rating than an 10 I would have given it. As the previous review stated this is truly a gem. The Montague Harbor is within view and a branch of the Confederate Trail is 50 yards away. It is centrally located so you can drive less than 100 miles and see the entire eastern shoreline of Prince Edward Island. We've been traveling Atlantic Canada all summer and this is the nicest place we've stayed. If only it weren't so far from Texas. - PRG
Jun 2010 - $32.00
Found a little jewel while searching for a place to stay for a 12-night vacation in PEI. I was not disappointed in Lane's Cottages. Mostly cottages, but they have 5 level concrete pads for RVers with FHU. Unfortunately, while installing the concrete pads, the cables for the cable TV were cut in the process, but cable is still available at some sites. Mention it to them and they will do everything they can to make sure it's available for you when you arrive. The price quoted to me ($32/night) included cable and their Wi-Fi service. Montague itself if a little bit away from the main city of Charlottetown, and far from the most 'touristy' area of the island (Cavendish), but it has it's little town charm, peace and quiet while still having easy access to groceries and all the necessities you need. On-site ice-cream shop and direct access to an incredible bike/walking trail. There is also a marina directly below the property for those who like to kayak/canoe or bring your own boat. Overall, a perfect place to spend a peaceful vacation on PEI. - diehard
Sep 2015 - $36.00
Beautiful view of the bay from the waterfront sites! Also, sites were grassy and fairly level. Not much of a beach for walking, but fun to watch birds fishing. I was here when the campground was pretty empty, but I can see that it would be very tight when all sites were full because there is not much distance between sites. Close waterfront sites would also block the view of the units in the second row. Very good Rogers cell connection and also very good WiFi, although I am not sure it would be so good if there had been more users. Very nice couple who own the park. I had no power problems, but that also might be more of a problem when it was full. - judy_online
Jul 2015 - $38.00
Full hook-up waterfront site. Beautiful view of Murray Harbour. Very good WiFi, 4 over the air TV stations. Wonderful, friendly, helpful owners who have only had the campground for a little over a year and are making regular improvements to the facility. Power was only 30 amp and somewhat weak. Owner is working to upgrade the 50 amp which is basically non-existent (he stated that we could try it but he didn't think it would work well and it didn't). Our only complaint was that we had 2 locals families, one on either side of us who would travel back and forth between their sites across ours. Many locals come here for their weekend outings. - Bob & Stephanie
Jul 2015 - $23.00
We were here last year and enjoyed it so much that we came back for the entire summer. The price cited is for a monthly stay in a full-hookup site. The owners continue to improve the park. This year's major upgrade is a heat pump to heat the pool since the solar energy system didn't get it warm enough. The park continues to have excellent wifi, download speeds of ~15 Mbps most of the time. There are a ton of kids around and lots of campfires; if you don't like both of those this isn't the park for you. But if you are looking for a family-friendly RV park this place is ideal. About the only negative is that the power grid voltage varies quite a bit and can drop down fairly low at times. I invested in an automatic transformer to raise the voltage and that solved the problem. - docj
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
Aug 2015 - $23.00
We first went to the back where the office sent us. There are a lot of junkers there. We moved up to the front of the campground and it felt better. The back of the campground leads right onto the cycling Confederation Trail. The lots are set up weird....some horizontally and are uneven. Still it was okay. - Tworetired
Aug 2014 - $27.00
Rate shown is seniors discount. Our site was a grass back-in that required leveling due to downslope at the back and tree roots. Hookups are shared. Only a few have 50 amps. Ours was a 30 amp. and all hookups worked fine. No cable TV, but found 1 digital channel off the antenna. Wi-Fi was a hot spot near the office. Wi-Fi signal strong, but lack of bandwidth slowed internet access down. I would probably look around for another campground next time as I get tired of getting all the leveling boards out. - Onemoretrail
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
Jun 2016 - $35.00
The campground overlooks the ocean, with splendid views from every campsite. It is full service (water, sewer, electricity) and the beach walks can be lengthy and terrific. There was little people pressure before July 1, so we camped with considerable privacy. The NE corner of the province has many enjoyable sights to see, from lobster at the Souris Lobster Shack to beach walks in the Greenwich section of the national park. Do visit the lighthouse at the NE corner of the province. - User2435
Jul 2014 - $30.00
Rate shown was seniors discount. Our site was at the top of the hill with a spectacular view of the ocean. The site was a grass pull-through that was very unlevel. It seems that many of the campgrounds in the Maritimes have grass campsites and I haven't seen one yet that was level. All hookups worked fine. No cable TV, but found 2 networks on the antenna. Satellite would have worked at our site (#98) as it was a large and open site. No Wi-Fi either. There is access to a beach and some playground equipment. We would stay here again. - Onemoretrail
Aug 2010 - $26.00
58 3 way sites, 20 2 way sites, and 39 unserviced. Costs around $16. Site 9 right on the cliff. Typical PEI Provincial Park with shelters, fire pits, playgrounds and dumping station. Activities in the summer. The beach here is one of the best in PEI – white sand and it just goes and goes and goes with the red cliffs beside it. Some sites are right on the cliff but all sites have a view of the ocean and some of the beach. All sites are on a hill -the new 3 way sites are level and have gravel but they are way back on top of the hill (views are great, too) the others are on grass but you can get level and only the unserviced sites are a little wooded but the views and the beach are just stunning. I think my favorite campground in PEI but they all have something different so it is hard to choose. Not many campers at this time of year and the campground is closing this weekend. PEI uses students to help run their parks and that is one reason that they close so early plus some nights there are only about 4 campers during the week at some of these Provincial Parks. Our first night here there were over 14 campers for the night and the second night most of them pulled out. We were there for two nights but it is a good place to stay for a few days or just for an overnight when touring PEI. Close to Souris, all the great beaches in the area, the ferry to Madeleine and the East Point Lighthouse. If you are lucky you will see seals swim by like we did and even some whales. - gsnakehill