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Date of Stay: July, 2013 - $34.00
This was our first stay in a state park type of campground. If you like those types of parks, than this one is excellent. The staff was friendly and helpful. The view of the waterway is outstanding. Our grass site was large and level. Located in the town of Summerside on PEI.It doesn't get much better. The park is close to everything you need or want to do. The downside is that it is a state or provincial park with no Wi-Fi or cable and offers only 20 amp service. Really felt unplugged for 5 days. However, the town offers free Wi-Fi, so all you need to do is drive the 4 miles into town to get Wi-Fi. This is a very nice CG, but probably would look for a CG with Wi-Fi and cable before staying here again. We camped at Linkletter Provincial Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2013 - $34.00
This is a nice park. The internal roads are in good condition and they are wide enough to make easy turns. The sites are level, wide and long. The laundry facilities were clean and reasonable. The staff were friendly and helpful when requesting local information. The water pressure and power good. I would certainly stay here again. We camped here five nights. I do wish it had WI-FI. We camped at Linkletter Provincial Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2012 - $28.00
Rate reflects senior discount. This was an interesting spot right on the Bay of Beddeque waterfront with a view far in the distance of the Confederation Bridge. Due to the area's dramatic tidal changes, periodically the water recedes and you have tidal mud flats you can walk way far out on. We had very strong winds the first day, too windy to eat outside, but kept away bugs. Basically though it is a flat grass field campground - some sites very large and others close to each other - none with privacy. Laundry was a bargain $1 per load wash or dry. Nearby town of Summerside has a great Atlantic Superstore Grocery and a Walmart. Wasn't bad for a couple of days. We camped at Linkletter Provincial Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $35.00
This is a great little park. The staff was friendly and helpful. We were late checking in so we called ahead to tell them we would be late. They waited for us and when we got there they walked us down to our site and helped me back in the trailer. The amenities were clean. We stayed on the last weekend of the season so the park was not full but the sites are spaced out well. There are shaded sites but they do not have hookups. The showers and washrooms were clean and well repaired. There was not a lot to do at the campsite, but it made a good base for us. This park is on the Straights of Northumberland side of the island so the beach had a lot of weeds on it. It was a fun place to take the dogs in the morning for a run. We camped at Linkletter Provincial Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $26.00
Linkletter Provincial Park â€“ Summerside, PEI - $24.00 plus that 13 and 15% tax. When we drove in we were met by the nicest young lady who registered us. She drove around helping people and even called for some information for us. One of the best! The park is on the water with a golf course next to it, a beach and about 93 sites â€“ unserviced, water and electricity and 7 full hookups. The sites are on grass and are right on Bedeque Bay very close to Summerside. One can see the sailboats from the city as well as the lighthouse. The Confederation Bridge is in the distance and New Brunswick is just across in the distance. At night one can see the lights from all these areas as well as a beautiful sunset to the west. One of the prettiest around with a lot of the campers taking pictures. We had a site right on the Bay with the cool breezes and one can swim right in the bay at the beach or right off the campground. Great private tenting sites. Just check opening and closing dates because many of the campgrounds close after Labor Day. We would return here â€“ easy drive from the bridge, near the Confedration trail and Summerside! Itâ€™s a good stopover and there were sites available during the week but I think on the weekends it must be crowded. We camped at Linkletter Provincial Park in a Motorhome.Undo
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