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Linkletter Provincial Park, Summerside, Prince Edward Island

Date of Stay: June, 2015 - $19.00
Overall Rating:

Camped here in mid June, season was just opening in this area. There were only about five campers in the park. The park sits right on the water's edge and you can see Confederation Bridge in the distance. Nice sunsets off the water. They allowed me to park my fifth wheel (large back window) rear facing the water. Electric service was dated but the climate didn't require us to run AC. We used this campground as a base to explore the central and west side of the island. Staff was friendly and helpful. I would camp there again. We camped at Linkletter Provincial Park in a Fifth Wheel.

Clean Restrooms
Clean Showers

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Fire Ring

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Sunny Open
Tips for other Campers:

Look for the smaller, rural, m0m and pop restaurants and order what the locals call a "Lobster Dinner" you won't be disappointed. Also, we enjoyed the flavor of the butter and dairy products from the island. "Heritage Trails" are unpaved dirt roads. You must update your GPS for Canada, our Garman wouldn't work because we didn't update it. $52 to use the bridge with RV.

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Uniontown KOA, Connellsville, Pennsylvania

Date of Stay: May, 2012 - $42.00
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Park has been updated in the last few years (for locals this is not the same old Rivers Edge of years gone by). Big improvement. Had a new back in site along the Yough. River. If you have an RV with a rear view window like ours it was beautiful. I thought it was a little pricy for Fayette County, however the trash was picked up promptly and the staff was helpful. I wanted to ride the bike trail that runs along this campground and needed some air for my bike tires. The staff took me right to the air line to properly inflate my tires. For about $35 you can contract with a local company and canoe down the river for about two hours leaving from the campground. They will then bring you back to the campground. Simply a nice ride for those wanting to just paddle down a quiet river in a canoe. Playground was newer and in nice shape. Pool looked like it had a new liner and the concrete around the pool was all straight and level. The store was nice having most items usually needed for a camping along with live bait for fishing and a nice hand dipped ice-cream shop too. Fishing was very convenient from our sites, simply walk out the door and cast your line. Beware the state fish commission checked everyone the day we were there for proper fishing licenses. The state stocks this river and they check to see if folks are legally fishing. This campground sits in a valley by a river. There is a steep hill coming down into the valley that has some turns. It is a paved two lane and could be considered a pull coming out. Very nice campground. We camped at Uniontown KOA in a Fifth Wheel.


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