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Facilities

The campground is maintained by us to achieve camping excellence for you. Our campground is small and unique – specializing in relaxed quiet camping, clean quality facilities, safe environment and personal service to our visitors. Click to view our Facilities & Grounds images

Washroom

Washroom

The campground is serviced by one main central washroom facility. Our immaculate, heated, pine interior washroom building offers free hot showers and an air ventilation system. Admire fresh flowers from our gardens.  Also laundromat, dishwashing stations and pay phone.

Lodge

lodge

Cozy pine lodge includes a woodstove, electric stove, microwave, toasters, coffee perc.,and counter space for food preparation. Sit, chat, read, play games or dine. Toys and books for kids. Ideal for off-season campers or inclement weather.

Pool

Pool

Enjoy a refreshing swim in our well-maintained, in-ground, heated, salt water pool with shallow and deep ends and stairs for easy access.

Playground

Playground

A large grassed playground area is the perfect location for throwing balls, playing games, etc. Playground equipment for small kids. Closes at dusk.

Store & Entrance

Store

The campstore carries basic camping supplies, ice, snacks and campfire wood and doubles as the entrance security building. Also at the entrance of the campground is the waste watch sorting station & visitor parking lot.

Office

Office

Our office is located in our home which is on-site. This allows us to address any special needs, repairs, and provide a 24-hour presence at the campground. Marlene & Les can help you with all of your PEI vacation plans & needs.

Trails

Trails

For walkers quiet clay roads running alongside campground with little traffic offer peaceful strolls or strenuous hikes for the more serious walker with wonderful views of the area. Woods walking area below play area. Closest campground to the Confederation Trail head in Hunter River. See more on hiking & biking

Pond

Pond

Bald eagle and osprey fish these New Glasgow waters, a true “A Birder’s Paradise.” Early in the 19th Century this pond was a source of water power for the early Scottish settlers. Bring along or rent a canoe or kayak as the fishing pond has lots of things to see. See more on fishing