After over 2 months on the road this would be our favorite campground so far. The owners run a high-quality campground with lots of hands-on involvement to maintain their high standards. The focus is on their camping cabins, but they have a number of serviced sites. We spent one week onsite. The sites are spacious and level with lots of trees to provide privacy. To say the owners are friendly and helpful is an understatement. I needed to find a dentist, they took care of locating and booking an appointment. Touring recommendations were always available. Would definitely stay here again and recommend it as a point to tour this beautiful island.
A relatively small park that has morphed into a hotel and restaurant. Our site was near the beachfront which was great! Level and probably the best Wi-Fi so far on our trip. Great spot to use as a base for touring the fortress and surrounding area. We attended the onsite "Beggars Bangquet". It was a lot of fun and worth the $$. A relatively simple campground, but was perfect for us (no kids), quite and a beautiful shoreline.
We spent one night here in transit. It was a last minute booking when the ferry from Argentia was cancelled and we had to drive back for the Port-Aux-Basques ferry. They did not have any 3 service sites available. They gave us a pull-through so that we would not have to disconnect since heavy rain was forecasted. A nice consideration on their part. Very pleasant management and the park appeared nice although our time there did not allow us to explore it fully. We would stay there again.
We spent one night in this park as a transit stop. We had a pull through site that was level and the spacing between sites was adequate. There are some seasonals in the back, but it appears to cater largely to people in transit across this vast province. We would stay here again.
We spent 4 nights here exploring St. Johns and area. We had a pull through site near the office building. Wi-Fi is limited to the area immediately around the office/washroom/laundry building. The campground is clean, well organized and tiered so that everyone has a view of the lake. The owners were very friendly and helpful. We were glad we chose this campground for our stay. The laundry and washrooms/showers highlight the fact that this park is relatively new, well constructed and maintained. We would stay here again and recommend it.
The owners were friendly and helpful. It is a great spot to use as a base to tour Lanse Aux Meadows and the St. Anthony area. The site we were assigned near the entrance was not very level, but the owner made some lumber available to help us to finish leveling. The Wi-Fi has very limited range, but we were able to use it at our site. Lots of seasonal campers in the main area and most of the transients seemed to be near the entrance where we were. No sewer connections available so we used the sani-station when we left - it was easily accessible. Not luxury, but comfortable with free showers and a good laundry.
Convenient, spacious site in the core of the Gros Morne Park area. Great for local site seeing. The campground seems well maintained. Probably the most level site we have encountered on our trip. Subtle delination of your site with yellow rocks (we had a back-in 30A full service site). Adeuqate site with a good tree buffer behind us to separate us from sites on the other side. Friendly, helpful staff and the cleanest, most efficient laundromat we have seen on our long journey. Wi-Fi was spotty one night but generally good. A great site for exploring Gros Morne, We spent 3 mights here but needed more!
Built on a hillside at an old quarry location, this is a great site for a couple of nights. Tremendous view of the bridge and Bras D'Or lake. Adjacent to the Cabot Trail (way over-rated in our view). The site is an easy 20 minute drive to the Newfoundland Ferry Terminal. Very friendly, helpful staff lead you to your site, deliver firewood, etc. Wi-Fi worked great. Check out the coal mining museum in Glace Bay!
The park staff was friendly and helpful. This is a busy little park north of Halifax. Sites are small and close together. We spent 7 nights in the park. When it rains there are a lot of areas within the park which accumulate water as the drainage is poor. To me it appeared that they packed too many sites into a small area. In addition they rent Cruise Canada RVs from the site which increases traffic congestion, particularly in the area around the office.
Friendly owners in a well-kept facility. We spent 3 nights in a back-in waterfront site. The site was spacious and the view awesome. Wi-Fi was good. Laundry was clean but a bit slow. The only problem we had was inadequate power supply. My surge protector on the power pole kept tripping whenever we used significant power due to low voltage. Be careful if your rig does not have a surge protector or at least an add-on like we have. We went to a Music by the Bay (aka Kitchen Party at a nearby restaurant which was awesome). This is a great location to explore the Acadian region west of Digby.
We spent 3 nights exploring the area in and around the park. We had one of the fully serviced pull-through sites, it worked well for us. Other than getting our rig leveled (the utility connections are not in the most level areas of the site. Wi-Fi in a National Park was a plus, but the signal was weak which I solved with a repeater. A great location to explore the area. Don't miss Hopewell Rocks!
As the name says, very tranquil, well laid out park. We arrived in a downpour and the campground had some issues with minor flooding from a very wet spring. The owners showed us to our site and helped us back in. They are extremely friendly and have a pride of ownership and care in the park. The grounds have nice mature trees and the sites are not crowded together. Well thought out recycling program and activities like horseshoes etc. We spent 5 nights here and it is a great place for seeing the area while being able to escape back to a quiet place at night.
We had a waterfront site. Call early morning on the arrival date of your reservation to secure one of these sites. Locations are fairly tight and we did have some difficulty leveling our rig but in the end were successful leaving us very close to the beach and bay. This is a community owned park and it is well maintained and there are a number of activities onsite and across the road at the community recreation complex. The Wi-Fi did not have good reach into the campground so you needed to be in the main building or adjacent to it. There is a tourism office and local craft work store in the same building as the park office. Super friendly staff and very helpful. The privately owned Lighthouse Bistro restaurant adjacent was a great find. We had dinner and breakfast there and felt very welcomed by the locals. Beautiful bay views, a small lighthouse and beach and right onshore of the Bon Amis rocks. A gem of a location.
An excellent campground to explore Forillon and the area. Our site was spacious with fire ring well offset from the rig pad. The 30A service met our needs and we were able to fill the rig's water tank from a tap adjacent to our site. The hike to Cap Gaspe Lighthouse was awesome. The park has a lot of activities and facilties but it is a big place or you eiher need a vehicle, or bicylces (which I believe can be rented there). A great national park and well worth a stay. We stayed 3 nights.
There are two parts to this campground, on opposite sides of the highway. We were on the non-waterfront side, bssically a field with utilties. The first site we were assigned was not level enough for our rig. The park was not busy so we chose another site. It was a shared utility site with the neighbour who backed in from the opposite side. No trees or view although we did cross the highway and access a very nice beach on the far side of the other campground portion. OK for an overnight stay. WiFi works well.
We spent 4 nights here exploring Quebec City and the area. The campground is an easy drive to the Levis ferry terminal for the convenient trip across to the Old City. We had a pull-through site towards the back of the park. Some road noise but nothing objectionable. Well spaced sites, lacks shade but level and well serviced. Very clean facilty. Laundry work well and was clean. Very friendly helpful management and the park, a mixture of English and French speakers was very friendly. The pool seemed popular but we did not use it. We would stay here again.
Friendly management. An old facility with the majority of the sites being permanent or seasonal. Most of the trees seemed to be where the permanet or seasonal rigs parked. The laundry was clean and functional. Wi-Fi worked great. The back-in sites can be a bit tight lengthwise, but it is a great location for a couple of nights.
The rate paid included the online reservation fee. While it might seem high for the services provided, the venue is really wonderful. Our site was well sheltered by mature conifers. We were able to reach the 30 amp power with our onboard cord, but on some sites an extension cord is needed (they loan cords at the check-in office). The trees seem close on the drive into the site, but if you know what you are doing with your rig (ours is 30') it is not difficult. Great beach, awesome scenery and a really worthwhile visitor center. Would love to stay here again.
A great little place to stay along the Trans-Canada, just across the highway from Neys Provincial Park. Friendly owners who also run a small cafe and shop onsite. A small campground, but the services, including WiFi (note 15A only) worked fine and the site was level. We spent one night here and other than the early summer bugs it was great. Had a nice cooked breakfast in the cafe in the morning. A nice way to start the next day of our journey.
We spent a night here in a pull-through site. The owners are extremely friendly and helpful. The sites are attractive, clean and level. There is obviously a lot of pride of ownership in this privately owned park.
The staff was very friendly and accommodating. We decided to upgrade to a larger pull-through with the hope that the additional separation from the river might reduce the mosquito attacks (it did not help). The site gets a fair bit of road noise but it did not bother us. We spent two nights. It is about 30 minutes to get downtown so day trips as tourists need to be planned to make them efficient.
The lack of a physical address to input into a GPS made the location difficult to find. There was confusion when we arrived, the site we were assigned was already taken. The clerk on the desk did not seem to know what he was doing and did not really seem to care. The sites are close together and to get to them you needed to traverse lots of potholes. The WiFi kept dropping out or was extremely slow. The location is good for a short visit to Regina. We spent two nights at this site.
The grounds are well kept and while the sites are fairly close together they are efficient. We had a pull through site looking from a bluff over the town. It was very nice and the reservation and check in process worked well. The WiFi signal was weak. It came and went. I installed a repeater that helped somewhat but it still dropped out. A good stopping point along our trip.
I booked a specific site online. What the online system did not divulge to me was that it was a dual site with a single point for water, power and sewer. That meant that I had to lay out power and sewer lines under the rear of my unit. Fortunately my lines were long enough to accomplish this but it would be good to divulge at the time of booking. If I had known that they had both this type of site and single pull-through sites, I would have booked the latter
There are two levels. The upper level, which at the entrance, has highway noise but not too bad. Several permanent installations up here. The lower level as both RV and tent sites and is nicely wooded. A good stopping point on the Trans Canada and only 5 minutes into Salmon Arm.