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Date of Stay:
September, 2007 -
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay here. The ocean view is dynamite. You can see the Old Sow from the campground. The Old Sow is the second largest whirlpool on our planet. The Bay of Fundy is there as well. It's a very nice campground with a wonderful staff. The grounds are kept up extremely well. There is great fishing available to those who fish right from their dock. While there I got some great photos of a beautiful bald eagle just sitting in a tree close to the campground. Another time a smaller eagle came down to the dock and sat atop one of the dock post. I spotted a mother loon with her baby on her back as she swam past the dock. That was a wondrous sight to witness. There are whales in the area, and we lucked out and saw a finback from Campobello Island which we visited during our stay. Great place to visit, too. All in all, it's a lovely place to stay. Would gladly go back again. We camped at Seaview Campground, Cottages and Motel in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay:
July, 2007 -
This was our second trip to Algonquin, and again had a great time. The campground is clean, and my husband used the campground shower since the campsites don't have water hookups. Our little trailer doesn't have a very large water tank. He was sweet enough to let me shower in the camper while he used the public one. He said they had great showers, very roomy and a powerful shower spray. During our stay, we saw an abundance of wildlife. Saw one black bear, one wolf, blue herons, beavers, deer, adorable red squirrels, chipmunks of course, a sweet little field mouse who sat with us by our campfire one evening and ran across my husband's feet and best of all were the Moose. I saw three and DH saw I think five or six total. That made my trip complete upon seeing them. I just love moose and have always wanted to see one in the wild. My wish was finally fulfilled. There are plenty of lakes to go canoing, kayaking, and fishing. Algonquin is a beautiful area and worth a visit. We camped at Algonquin Provincial Park - Pog Lake Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay:
May, 2007 -
Fantastic place to camp, and commune with nature and all its beauty. We loved the presence of the beautiful wild ponies and sitka deer. It's terrific, too, if you're a bird watcher. Best of all for me was the beautiful beach. Love, love the ocean. We've already made reservations for this upcoming season again. It's a special place to be cherished, and hope it will always remain accessible for those who love the simplicity and beauty if offers. We camped at Assateague Island National Seashore Campground in a Travel Trailer.