A wonderful campground -- quiet, clean, and scenic. Utilities and Wi-Fi worked well. Our pull through site was long, wide, wooded, and private. Our first site wasn't as level as it looked, so we selected another that was much better. We had the laundry room to ourselves (clean and modern). We enjoyed the hiking trail. The owners are terrific! We stayed three nights and wished we could have stayed longer. We would definitely stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This was one of our favorite campgrounds during two months of travel in Maine and Atlantic Canada. Owners are very visible, run a tight ship, and the place is kept very clean and well tended. Woodsy private sites. Great location on the north central coast near a lot of attractions. Clean restrooms and showers and clean laundry room with modern, functioning machines. We got several channels with our antenna. There is a WiFi signal available at the small central clubhouse area. We wanted lobster but not a big heavy dinner (available nearby at the Lobster Supper restaurants), so the owner directed us to the Doiron Fisheries in N. Rustico where we bought two very tasty cooked lobsters for $12 each and brought them back to our campsite for a great dinner. Best lobster of the summer. All in all it was a very relaxing, quiet place that I would recommend without hesitation. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I feel bad giving this park a nine. But, I require concrete pads and paved interior drives to do so. All else is good here, Wi-Fi, power and sewer, but more importantly the owners are the operators and incredibly hard working and friendly to the extreme. One owner used to work for the park service and knows more about PEI than you could ever want. The other owner is in charge of the planted areas and office. They do have 50 amp now and great Wi-Fi. We are at the end of the park and posting this on their Wifi; try this park first and if they can't get you in, I bet they will direct you to a good one. It is big rig friendly. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park always gets great ratings and deserves every one of them. The sites are treed and well spaced and the Wi-Fi is reasonable even in the trees. The shower and laundry are so clean my wife would go back just to do her laundry. If all that wasn't enough the hosts/owners are the nicest, most helpful people you would ever want to meet. We would love to go back. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very nicely maintained CG - the owners put a lot of work into the place and it shows; definitely a place we will visit again. We had a back-in by the road, surrounded by trees, very private and beautiful. All utilities including Wi-Fi worked well. Good level site with gravel base. Fire ring. Store sells woods, small amounts of food. Swimming pool was nice for the kids. Pretty field and play area. They don't allow dogs to be walked through the CG so we walked up on the road. CG is close to all of the Anne of Green Gables sights and a really nice beach at the National Park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
A wonderful campground, centrally-located for touring Prince Edward Island. Les and Marlene Andrews were wonderful hosts and will go out above-and-beyond to help in finding out information about local attractions. Highlands has treed sites but they are spacious and long enough to accept large rigs. The only downside was our inability to pick up local TV stations. However, not being addicts to the boob-tube, it did not affect our enjoyment. We would absolutely stay there again if we [hopefully] return to PEI. We camped here in a Motorhome.
3way, 2way and unserviced on a hill in the woods in a beautiful area of PEI. Our site was level and most of the 3 ways look level. Centrally located and many campers make this their home base and tour the island from here. Costs for 3 way was $32. Bathrooms are clean and they have a swimming pool, wood for sale, washrooms, lodge, trails, fishing pond down the road where bald eagles and Osprey fish, camp store, playground and an office located in their home. Run by the Andrew’s family that are very friendly, nice and will do anything to help you. Nice stay here and would return! The camping cabins are really cute and they have quite a few of them. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Mostly cabins and 12 sites with W/E/S. This place exudes tidyness and care. Just about everything is good; electric, levelness, spacing, water, WiFi, site access, the buildings, pool, grass, etc. The dirt road has no sharp turns but the narrowness and foliage on roadside is a concern. Although possible, this is really not a place for big rigs. It also is a deep woods campground, so no satellite. No cable TV. Has four channels of local TV. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Camping in a big rig, it's rare to find an RV Park with trees that we can confidently pull into. This park is well maintained, trees are taken care of in order to accommodate big rigs. The owners go above and beyond, very helpful and friendly. Internet worked well. We'd definitely stay here again and will recommend to all friends and family! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was most definitely the best experience we've had while camping. The sites and washrooms are spotless. There's plenty of shade to hide during sunny days and our daughter had a blast playing in the clean and warm swimming pool. They have the best hosts you can imagine: always willing to help. We will definitely return to New Glasgow Highlands where we spent the most amazing two weeks! We camped here in a Tent.
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All or the previous reviews are right on! This was the most enjoyable stay after traveling through the US and Maritimes for three months. We stayed here in our travel trailer with our dog for two weeks, and I can't recall any finer, cleaner, nicer place to stay. The owners are so caring and friendly. The sites are large with wonderful privacy. The area is near beautiful walks and there is a great field for exercising your dog. If you are in this very convenient area, don't miss this park! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We camped here off season, and it was absolutely beautiful with the fall foliage.The whole campground was meticulous: very, very,clean. The owners were very friendly and accommodating. It had everything we needed and the sites are so spacious with lots of privacy. You can certainly see the dedication of the owners to provide such a wonderful campground, with very modern washrooms, laundry, pool and lodge which is great for rainy days, where you can prepare meals. Everything is provided, stove, fridge, microwave, dishes, couches, tv etc. We will certainly return !!! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We loved our stay at this campground as there is good separation between sites giving a sense of privacy. We are very fussy about the cleanliness and this campground's washrooms, laundry and other areas were exceptionally clean and tidy. Wi-fi was good at our site. The owners very personable and helpful. We will definitely return! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Truly one of the very best campgrounds we have stayed in, after many years of exploring the US and Canada. Great sites for RV's, tents and cabins. Very clean. Hosts on site and their pride of ownership really shows. Central to all PEI. Hosts exceptionally friendly and helpful. Can you add +++ to the 10 rating? Don't miss this one! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was our first trip to PEI, so all we had to go by were the reviews submitted here and on RV.Net. This campground was beautiful. The owners went out of their way to make us feel at home and were extremely helpful in resolving a mechanical issue with my rig. The campground is spotless, quiet but not to the point that children couldn't have fun. I will stay there again in the future without hesitation. Since it's centrally located on PEI, every tourist local is an easy drive. The campground is small so reservations are a must! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a beautiful park centrally located on the island. The owners are on site and take great pride in their resort. They even have discount passes to local attractions and parks. I would have given it a 10 except the electrical voltage dropped significantly when microwave and or hot water heater kicked on. Even though it was August when we were there I don't think we ran the air conditioner. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground is visually stunning. The owners, live on-site. They are the friendliest and most helpful hosts that you will ever meet. They have built this campground themselves; thoughtful planning and hard work have been put into it and it shows. Sites are quite large, whether a cabin site or a RV or tent site, and maximum use of trees and shrubs maintains privacy for each site. All have fire rings and picnic tables. The washrooms are spotless. There is a nice swimming pool, and a lodge where campers may retreat to on rainy days or otherwise. It contains a seating area with a wood-burning fireplace, a television, a kitchen facility, and books, puzzles and games to keep everyone busy. The campground is a good base camp for exploring Prince Edward Island National Park, with its high sand dunes and long beaches for walking and bird-watching, the Anne of Green Gables House and other attractions. We traveled on the shoulder season and had no difficulty obtaining a site, but I would think that reservations during the high summer season would be practically mandatory. We only wish we could have stayed longer. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We have visited New Glasgow Highlands Camp Cabins/Camping twice. The campsites are large and very private. If you like campsites with lots of shade, and well away from other campsites, you will love this place, I cannot think of one complaint I would have, from the booking of the reservation through to the end of our stay. The washrooms are cleaned continuously throughout the day and come complete with fresh cut wildflowers! The owners, Les and Marlene, live on the property and are very friendly and helpful. The first time we camped there (in our tent) we arrived in the rain, instead of having to set up camp for the night, Les and Marlene let us use one of the camping cabins. While there are no rules out of the ordinary, they do take their rules seriously and Les usually comes around the campground around 11pm to ensure you've put on your last firelog. Because there are not alot of campsites and cabins, this helps to create its quiet, family atmosphere. While there are no planned activities or "arcades" at the campground it is close to most of the major atractions in PEI (particularly "Anne's Land" and Cavendish Beach and Loster Feasts). There is a very nice building complete with stove, toaster etc... which is nice on a rainy day, as well as fireplace, books, puzzles and some children's toys. If you like smaller campgrounds, with large, private campsites, you can't go wrong at the Highlands. We camped here in a Tent.