|RV Sites||Jun 9 - Sep 30, 2015||$29.00 - $46.00|
Open campground. No privacy. Don't understand we prices are this high.
Arrived with a clean motorhome. Departed with a muddy motorhome. Pull through premium site was so small, the front of the motorhome was on the road and the dolly in the back was on the road. Very narrow sites. Moved to a back in site. All the utilities (water, sewer, electric) are located at the back of the site. Had to move to a third site because I was not able to level on the second site. You need extensions (electric, sewer hose, water hose) to reach the connections. They advertise high speed internet on their website, with no interruption ( in out ). Don t believe it. I did numerous speed tests and the average speed is 0.58 MBS. They advertise cable on certain sites. Don t believe it... The quality of cable is horrible - the picture is so snowy you cannot tell if what you are seeing is a man or a woman - you only see an outline. You are warned not to get off gravel; however, the road is so narrow, with a deep ditch alongside, that I had to make at least 10 forward and backward maneuvers, spinning tires - hence... the muddy motorhome. Trash was piled outside of a dumpster, grass is at least 8 inches high. Walk around your site and you will be rewarded with muddy wet shoes. This campground could be a jewel but instead, it is a ZERO STAR rating. I am surprised that it is a Good Sam recommended park. A lot of work needs to be done... putting a compacted layer of gravel all around the campground, and leveling the sites, should be a priority.
I wrote a recent review Horrible & Expensive . During our stay there (7 days), I did notice work being conducted. Gravel was brought in and put on numerous of the sites... GOOD. There was no improvement with the WiFi. It s just horrible WiFi. The pool is closed because of acid rain ???? My last night there... a large group (tour sponsored) pulled in. An Entegra Cornerstone sunk. The cover over the generator was on the ground and damaged. After hours and hours of trying to get the motorhome out, there was no success. The next morning when we departed, it was still stuck. This place at best is an overnight stay... even then I would try and find something else.
The Cabot trail begins and ends in Baddeck. We are on the Cabot Trail, the closest campground to Baddeck and the only lakefront campground in Baddeck. Save fuel and join your fellow campers who explore the Cabot Trail and area attractions using us as their base camp. "The only lakefront campground in Baddeck"