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Roamn and Seemor

Nice park with multiple options for site types (wooded, open, electric, boondocks). Pros and cons to each. There were considerably more mosquitos in the wooded sites, but some privacy and shade. Open sites had a nice breeze passing through, but in direct sun and completely open (think field with a bunch of electrical hookups scattered throughout. The roads, only wide enough for a single vehicle, we’re not marked, so took a couple passes to correctly orient our RV to the power box. Once parked and leveled (many wooded spots not level), we enjoyed a short walk to a beautiful mile-long beach on the Bay of Fundy and very well maintained hiking trails through pine forests and to Adams Cottages and Roosevelt International Park. There is also a golf course and restaurant/clubhouse with a fantastic view of the bay and tasty fishcakes and chow-chow (just try it - yum!). We would definitely return.

Posted Jun 25, 2019 by Roamn and Seemor from Mid-Coast Maine . This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.

Kfisch

We have stayed here several times and stayed here 7/9 and again 8/13-16/18. This is a wonderful park. It’s on the Bay of Fundy and next to the Roosevelt Compobello International Park. Both parks offer trails with stunning views. The park offers a lots of campsites both open and wooded. Bathrooms are well kept. Staff is great. Campobello Island is wonderful, has always been a favorite of ours. Be sure th visit the Head Harbor lighthouse both during high tide and low tide. Beautiful at both tides. At low tide you can walk to the light house and when manned you can visit inside. Also if you cross the bridge into US to Lubec ME the West Quoddy Head Lighthouse is a must see, there are also really good trails there too. I am sure we will visit this park often.

Posted Aug 26, 2018 by Kfisch from VT. This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.

Sue

About half the sites are in the woods, and half are out in the open. We had a long, easy pull through, reasonably level. They have one washer and dryer, coin operated. Office people were friendly, although they gave us incorrect directions for getting into our site. We came in backwards and the electrical was on the wrong side and at the wrong end. There is no water at the sites, just spigots scattered thru the park.

Posted Aug 07, 2018 by Sue from TX. This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.



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