This was at the campsite near Cavindish. There is another one in the same park to the east about 15 miles away. Wide, and very private sites with full hookups. If you boondock you can camp facing the ocean. Others are a short walk to the beach, which was not crowded. No Wi-Fi. I would stay here again. - GRMOK!
We stayed in one of the 3-way (full hookup) sites (#290). It was huge both length and width, but I had spent time on the Parks Canada website examining the site sizes before I chose one; some sites are narrower. There were trees and other bushes on both sides, but we had no problems putting out our slides. The trees pretty effectively prevent you from getting satellite TV unless you are very lucky. But the sites are just a short walk to the beach which makes up for everything else. We were using a Rogers/Fido internet connection which was fine (~1 Mbps) early in the morning and late at night, but speeds went to a crawl during the day when everyone was awake. Verizon voice service (roaming) was fine. The CG is essentially next to the Green Gables site, if that interests you. It's only a 30-40 minute drive to Summerside where there are lots of things to do and good shopping. - docj
Absolutely beautiful campground with spacious, shady pull-through sites. On the gorgeous Gulf of St. Lawrence. Sublime. - BigPa
This is a small campground right across from the Stanhope Beach area. 109 sites 3-way, 2-way and unserviced. They charge more if you have a fire pit. Cost NPS fees to get in and site. Since we were there after Labor Day the NPS fees are dropped and the campsite fee is about $12 cheaper. 2-way $26 about $37 during the summer season. There are evening campfires during the summer with skits, songs, and storytelling about the natural and cultural history of PEI. There are restrooms and showers and laundromat. These sites except for some of the unserviced and 3 way ones can be very unlevel. The new parkway and bike trail along the parkway is very nice and level for riding. Close to beaches, hikes and local villages. Easy walk to parkway, bike trails and beach. Sites not good for large RV’s. - gsnakehill