One of several campgrounds located in Baddeck, we found this to be a decent commercial campground with thoughtful staff decisions making things more pleasant than they could have been.
There were things we really loved and things we were pretty unhappy about. Our site was different than the other sites in the park. This created huge benefits, but also significant problems.
Like many of the campgrounds we've been in recently, this one is very much a parking lot in an open field...which we are not big fans of. Overall, it served its purpose, but it was pretty forgettable.
While this campground was packed in very tightly, its oceanfront location right in the charming town of Saint Andrews, more than made up for the cramped quarters.
This campground gets a lot of things right, but the price is simply way out of proportion to the sites.
We would not recommend this campground because of their customer service, but if you're just looking for a place to set up for a couple of days, and you're willing to pay the price and take the risk, objectively, it's not a bad campground.
This campground, in Brownfield, Maine, is located right on the border with New Hampshire. It is spacious, heavily wooded, and quiet. We enjoyed our stay and would definitely return.
We really enjoyed our stay at this campground. The sites were spacious and, even better, the location in Northern Vermont was just spectacular!
This is a fairly large, well kept campground with several nice features, including a farm, about 30 minutes from Gettysburg National Park.
We have a love/hate relationship with this park. There is much that they have gotten exactly right and which serves our purposes well, but there are some drawbacks that are really problematic.