A previous reviewer notes that there are signs at the park indicating members only. We took that to mean the fishing lake based on the way that the signs were posted. So we went ahead and got a site - level, with a picnic shelter and power and...
It appears that the vast majority of campers here are long term or have no other alternatives. In addition, there's a lot of trash left about despite the dumpsters conveniently placed around the camping areas.
We chatted with a maintenance...
The entire rest area is closed and it appears that it's eith er under construction or is being decommissioned.
Site 19 is a partially-shaded waterfront site nicely spaced from its neighbors. This section of the park has many large sites on the water. Other campers had boats moored right at their site. Our concrete pad was level; others may not be. Our...
We visited this area in order to explore the far northwest tip of New Brunswick. This campground is on the bay with a small narrow beach, laundry and store. The manager was very helpful and gave us lots of guidance of things to do and see. For...
This campground was just a two day stopover for us in mid-September 2019. There was a lot of open space in the park. During the season, a significant section of the park is allotted to seasonal residents with various built-ins around their spaces....
This waterfront private campground just a tiny bit south of the town of Perce' offers a variety of camping options including "ready-to-camp" RVs and more secluded tent-only spaces. In mid September, they were about 1/4 full. Many sites have...
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We stayed 4 nights in mid September 2019. The park was uncrowded and we had no neighbors nearby until the weekend. Sites were nicely spaced and had some privacy. There is no water view from the campground, but we could occasionally hear the sea...
We stayed here September 8-11, 2019. The park is generally set up for large RVs and also offers stationary RVs and some small cabins (right on the beach!) for rent. Many sites have direct views of the Seaway. There are two small laundry...
We camped here in early September, 2019. Like most Quebec parks, 2019 was the 1st year that they allowed dogs. Only one camping area, with a total of ~50 sites allowed campers with dogs. These are in the Rivere du Sud Ouest area and is closest to...
"Might want to call first: Members only? Maybe/maybe not!"
"A pretty county park near Wichita but,,,"
"Clean, well managed city park."
"Excellent base for exploring Forillon"
"Sweet little Municipal park"
"Incredible park, but dog restrictive."
"Large quiet park with lots of activities"
"A nice stopover on the Angostura Resevoir."
"Really a parking lot, but plenty to do and explore."
"Close to Madison and on Lake Mendota"
"Wide open spaces + a huge lake = dog heaven"
"A convenient place for a night or two."
"Great Apostle Islands basecamp"
"It felt like our own private park!"
"Nice location from which to explore the area. "
"Nice state park and an easy day trip from Atlanta or Greenville."
"An empty park on a beautiful spring weekend!"
"Nice park, lots to do nearby."
"A very welcoming Airstream camping community"
"Bike, hike, run..and then play in the lake!"
"Great Views and convenient"
"Location, location, location!"
"Such a beautiful park in the spring!"
"We didn't stay here but took a close look."
"Well maintained & friendly but limited lake access and no trails at this location."
"Nice sites, not crowded. Plenty to do."
"Quiet, well maintained campground."