This is small, privately owned trailer and camping park. It's off the beaten tack, yet directly across the road with full free access to some of the most beautiful sandy beach in Canada. The area is rural and quiet. The campground is surrounded by tall spruce, pines and birches. Each spot has its own metal fire pit. The public facilities are very clean, and more than the basics. Hot showers are abundant.
It has a small playground for kids, and a horseshoe pit. Lots of picnic tables.
People who say there's nothing to do here must expect to be entertained like as an amusement park. But this is camping at the seaside, among the trees. It's a place to spend hours lying in the sun, walkkng on the each, sitting by the fire, walking in the woods, having the perfect cookout.
We have had our trailer here for the full season of May through October for the last two summers. Last year WiFi was added very inexpensively.
Both years we've had friends come and stay, both in our trailer, or bringing their camping equipment and setting up a tent. Each site has full electricity, so it's there if campers want to blow up an inflatable for their tent.
In our trailer we enjoy full shower, electric lights, TV, Wi-Fi computers, mircowave, fridge,and air conditioners if we want it.
But the best and most relaxing is turning out the lights and steeping outside to view a sky full of stars, hearing the gentle swell of the waves, and looking up t the moon through the pines. Morning coffee on the deck with the paper with smapering squirrels and flitting birds is pretty great too.
Any time of day or night the warm, gentle Northumberland Strait is there, sweeping across to PEI. On the beach we walk our dogs, play in the water, follow skittering crab in the shallows, watch the seabirds float up and down on the wind, or simply sit and breathe in the gentle breezes as the horizon stretches out endlessly over the ocean.
Positives: Quiet, peaceful, large lots, trailers, tents, tent trailers, excellent rates, clean wash and shower rooms, laundry, complete hookups, WiFi (new in 2012), beach, trees, walking trails by water or in woods. Small playground for kids. Canada Day and NB Day celebrated with picnics, fireworks and live band. Quiet policy after 11 p.m.