This is a lovely provincial park, with generally large and private unserviced sites. There are 11.2 km (6.7 mi) of walking and multiuse trails, 2 lakes and the white sand beaches on Atlantic Ocean, so there is plenty for the outdoor enthusiast. Firewood and ice are available ($). Full recycling is available. There is one washroom with flush toilets and free hot water showers and several vault toilets and potable water faucets throughout the campground. There is no dishwashing station. There is a single dump station but the hose does not have a fitting at the end, so doing a black tank flush is not possible.
Entrances to sites tend to be narrow and with ditches on either side of the gravel road, backing-in can be tricky. The biggest drawback of this campground however, are the mosquitoes. I cannot describe how unbearable they are, you will have to experience it for yourself. We checked out after one night, and staff acknowledge that is the main reason for early departures. It is a shame that something cannot be done about the mosquitoes because otherwise this would be a wonderful park. There is an attached day use area with a boat launch. There are no stores or gas stations nearby. The campground is perfect for an overnight stay when visiting Kejimkujik national park seaside adjunct, as its just a 10 to 15 minute drive from there.
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