Rate shown includes taxes and is for an electric and water site. Our site was a fairly level gravel back-in. Lots of grass between sites in our area. The electric hookup was awkward due to plug-in being upside down. I had to bungee cord my plug to keep it secure. the water hookup was fine. The Wi-Fi worked for about 20 minutes then crashed due to lack of bandwidth. We would not stay here again due to kids wandering through our site, fireworks set off after 10pm quiet time, kids screaming, adults yelling at each other at 2am. It was a real zoo. We camped here in a Motorhome.
RV spots seemed like they were haphazardly placed in a large grassy and gravel field, surrounded by trees. It was the end of June and the pool complex wasn't close to being open. The comfort station was clean but very old and a bit run down. There was no WiFi as advertised. It was mostly happy, friendly, local folks (lots of families) in large motorhomes, 5th wheels, and big trailers on summer holiday. In fact, our view was of a very friendly, portly gentleman in a speedo, sunning himself. "Please, don't get up!" insisted my husband to the tanning man, his body hadn't seen the sun in months. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
A very nice park with large sites and 15 or 30 amp . The sites are unusual shapes in some areas of the park which means the service locations many not suit everyone. The entrance is very easy to miss, so watch for the sign. The entrance road looks like a private lane. We did not get an opportunity to try the pool. Multiple WI-FI sites. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Absolutely beautiful wooded sites for the seasonals; functional open-field spots for transients near Stephenville, NL. A sign on entry pointed to a pool and canteen: the pool appeared to have a big water slide; unfortunately, both the pool and the canteen were closed and didn’t look set to open any time soon. Two showers and toilets per gender, but there weren’t any lines when we were there. Recommended if you’re visiting Stephenville or the Port Au Port Peninsula, but not worth the half-hour drive from the Trans Canada Hwy if you’re just looking for an enroute stop. We camped here in a Motorhome.