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5 RV Parks near Woodstock, Prince Edward Island
Sites: 72 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 6 Reviews
Aug 2019 - $49.00
The park is a bit dated in terms of the washrooms but the sites are a very good size and you also get full use of the pool/sauna/hot tub/gym over at the resort. We played pickelball and tennis and there is also beach volleyball courts. There are biking/walking trails nearby. The full service sites are a unique design, a triangle with each trailer facing out and all services in the middle. They are all drive thru's. The resort is also home to a great golf course. The staff were friendly and will deliver wood and ice to your site. - Nxt3rd
Jul 2018 - $45.00
This is a very nice park. There is wifi and it works very well. Our 2 way site was on grass and it was beautiful. We really enjoyed this park. Staff was friendly and helpful. Very quiet! Road to our site was small and narrow but the couple we are traveling with have a 44' motorhome and they moved around without issue. It would be helpful if the office staff either led you to your site or updated their park map but this is not a big issue. We would stay here again. - RayN
Jul 2016 - $34.00
We were assigned a FHU site with services located in the middle of 3 campsites - we each had 120 degrees of the circle around the facilities. Not a problem, just a different layout.
Check in staff were pleasant.
Wifi at this, the first of 3 PEI prov. parks we stayed at, was EXCELLENT. - DCM/JMB
Aug 2018 - $25.00
2-way W/E sites run C$32-34. A few full hookup sites are supposedly available at C$35-37, but I was told nearly all of them are occupied by seasonal renters. They are by far the most desirable for Class A motorhomes, with huge spacious sites, pull-through and entirely in the open. Probably would have allowed us Dish satellite reception too. The back-inn sites are very narrow/tight and have a row of trees at the rear. All sites are grass; main road is asphalt but a lot is well groomed dirt. Sites are close to level but soft spots create problems-the guy beside us used four 2" pads under one jack but still sank in too much to level. The red sand beach is nice, but neither we nor others seemed to use it much. A very large number of kids made for interesting interactions to observe. Small laundry room, 2 each washers & dryers, cost $2 each. Verizon and AT&T cell phone and data varied a bit but worked (roaming on Bell Canada, of course). 30 amp electric was clean, low water pressure @ 35 PSI, but water tastes good. Dump on exit has no water to wash hose. - ragtop45
Jul 2018 - $33.00
With a new washroom in the main camping area like the one in the unserviced area this campground would rate a 9 or 10. The staff do the best they can with the current one but it badly needs upgrading. Great for beachwalking. All sites are close to water, all are roomy, a few are shaded. We had #45 at the end of a row, tons of room, 30 amp and great views. There was a fire ban due to heat warning. Wind off the water was very welcome. Beach is supervised by lifeguards. Staff are there 24hrs. as at all Provincial Parks on the island. On evening we saw a bald eagle eating a cormorant on the beach. Rate is in Canadian dollars and includes tax and senior discount. - Ron and Lynda
Aug 2017 - $32.00
Since our last stay a new washroom has been installed in the non-serviced area but the one in the serviced area where we stayed is old and shabby. - Ron and Lynda
Jul 2019 - $30.00
We had a poor experience, park should be called "Black Ant" provincial park. Ants everywhere. Had an outdoor cooler and sunglasses stolen, Staff booked other campers partially on our site, so close their snoring made me change beds. Staff was not sympathetic to our situation. There was a no-fire ban in the pits. On top of this watch out for the "rip current" in the water directly in front. Nice sunsets. - davidgagnon
Aug 2017 - $29.00
Wide open spaces. Very close to the beach. Very friendly and helpful workers. I would definitely stay here again. We travelled in a 35 Class A. A forty footer should work well also.
One bit of advice. If your GPS says take Cedar Dunes Park Rd from route 14: don't. It is very bumpy from ruts and potholes. In the alternative take Wharf Road about a 1/4 mile to the east. The road sign at 14 indicates going to wharf and harbor. It is a smooth paved road. We did the GPS route and drove 1-15mph in the Cedar Dunes Road. - AeroDoc
Sep 2010 - $26.00
This campground has 20 unserviced sites and 40 sites that are 2 way! The serviced sites are right next to the beach but right next to each other. If you are tenting there is more privacy and larger sites. The bathrooms and showers are clean and there is a laundromat. Most Provincial Parks have laundromats. There is a field to play in, volleyball nets and boardwalks to the beach, along the dunes and over to the lighthouse, inn, gift shop and museum. The lighthouse is an easy walk to get too. There are miles and miles of beaches here but the beaches are rocky and windy. This campground you need reservations for to get serviced sites. It is very popular with those who live on the island and some sites it looked like someone stayed for the summer. We pulled in on Thursday before Labor Day with reservations for two nights and there were only a few sites left that were serviced. I am sure that by tomorrow there will be none but with the hurricane coming it might change some plans for local campers. Most of the Provincial Parks on PEI have pay phones at the check in booth and international phone cards can be purchased at local stores and some gas stations. Everyone is very friendly considering hot hot and humid this week has been. - gsnakehill
Sep 2010 - $26.00
Green Provincial Park, near Port Hill on the north shore. Sites 56 some full service and about half unserviced. Cost about $26. This park has a river to swim in, Frisbee golf, nature trails, playground and showers. This is an older park and it looks like they put the hookups in after – the electric, water and sewer hookups are not right on site but in the middle with at least four sites sharing. It is kind of strange so that we could not do it in the first site that they gave us and had to move. The woman at the ranger station was very nice at check in and told us we could move if we had too. Since this was during the week – it was not crowded and they do close for the season after Labor Day. We biked around the park and the river is nice for swimming with a shaded picnic area. The unserviced sites along the river are very nice and there are some that an RV could easily back into too. These sites have great views, their own swimming area and are within walking distance of a playground, refuse area, bathroom, showers and fields to play in. There are also nature trails for hiking and the Shipyard Museum to visit. It was a good stopover for one night! - gsnakehill
Jul 2019 - $25.00
We have stayed at many PEI Provinicial Parks over the years and we have always been very happy with them but our trip to Cabot this year was marred by a couple of things- number one- they had decomissioned the main restroom, which was in pretty good shape last year and did not have the new one, situated right next to it ready to go. We were told by the lady at the gate as we were leaving that they had planned a seamless transition but a worker hit a sewer line and they had to close the old one. Everyone was redirected to a substandard one which joined the Childrens Centre. The other problem was that during the three days the wifi did not work at all. - Ron and Lynda
Oct 2018 - $27.00
W/E site overlooking Gulf. Most of the park sites are no services, but the ones on the bluff (we had site C) had W/E and a great view. 1 free Wifi per site and it was excellent. Shower house needed work, but it was adequate. Roads in PEI are in rough shape and the toll to cross the confederation bridge (pay as you leave) was $47.00 CN. It is an impressive bridge, but that seems pretty pricey. Mosquitoes were swarming at dusk. The drive in to Charlottetown is relatively easy but takes about an hour. You van park your RV downtown at Confederation Landing Lot for about $4.00 CN per hour. Charlottetown was worth the day trip. - Alicenpete
Aug 2018 - $31.00
Rate is in Canadian dollars. The beautiful beach is the big draw here. We had site 9 at the end of a row. Lots of room, two-way. Close to washroom, laundry, phone (actually works). Dump station easy to access. Staff are very friendly and helpful. WIFI was excellent. A breeze here helped with the hot temperatures- heat warning in effect- very unusual. - Ron and Lynda