Kiwanis Oak Point Campground & Park

Oak Point, New Brunswick

Kiwanis Oak Point Campground & Park is a campground / RV park located in Oak Point. Oak Point is situated at the northern end of Long Reach, a wide, straight section of the Saint John River that runs along the west side of the Kingston Peninsula. Several islands, including Rush Island, Isle of Pines, Rocky Island, and Grassy Island, are found near Oak Point and present a series of obstacles for mariners navigating this stretch of the river.

Places to eat within 5km of Kiwanis Oak Point Campground & Park include Nadi's Country Kitchen, and Reed's Point Pub & Grill.

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45 Oak Point Beach Road
Oak Point
New Brunswick
E5K 4V5

Tel: (506) 468-2266

Reviews for Kiwanis Oak Point Campground & Park, Oak Point

3 / 10 based on 2 reviews

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1 OUT OF 10 Reviewer: Not provided - Sat 03 Sep 2011

Kiwanis Oak Point Campground & Park

We reserved a serviced (w & e) site for a 3-night weekend. I was surprised at the cost ($45/night). Then I was upset at our site - a piece of grass on a corner that was too small for our 8 ft tent trailer – our awning would have been on the road with no room for our SUV or screen tent. Plus the site was being used as a parking area for the seasonals and a place to store a utility trailer. If you know the site is being used that night, why would you not clear the site? Our friends, with a 32-ft trailer, were given a site too small to accommodate them. We were then given their site while our friends were given a great site (why weren’t they assigned this site in the first place?) The bathrooms are old – the showers had little water pressure. On Saturday night there was a wedding reception at the rec hall. The party-goers proceeded back to their sites– right across from us – around 1:00 a.m. and proceeded to party loudly for a long time – so we got no sleep. On Sunday there was no water – first the water pressure was extremely low while we were doing dishes and then there was no water at all. We ended up cutting our long weekend short and left after two nights.

Positives: It was near the Kingston Peninsula. Kingston has a very nice market on Saturdays.

Negatives: Too crowded. Too expensive. No control over the noise. Drunks. People vomiting. People yelling & cursing in the middle of the night. Vehicles parked everywhere. Small sites for the overnight guests. Bathrooms are old.

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6 OUT OF 10 Reviewer: Not provided - Tue 14 Jul 2009

Kiwanis Oak Point Campground & Park

Nice place but requiring quite a bit of upgrading. The bathrooms especially need a face lift and could certainly be kept cleaner. It's time to fix the wooden knob that flushes the toilet don't you think? Pricey for the accommodations for sure.

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