We went camping here with a tent. Not easy to set a tent up on gravel but we made it work. LOTS of ants. Also shared a hookup with an RV one night which made it hard to use the water. Can be noisy as theres lots of people around. Bathrooms were nice and clean. It was ok but would prefer a site with less rocks and ants.
Nice campground but crowded. No WIFI provided despite paying for a fully serviced site, $50+/night. Extra charge per device per day for WIFI of $4. Warning, don’t arrive after hours if you need to use washroom; entry code needed to access washrooms and is only available in person and is for tenters only.
To summarize, we should have read the previous comments before booking this campground. The town is awesome and the camping seasonal community seemed active and pleasant. However, our campsite (12.5) was infested with fire ants. All of us got bit multiple times over the only night we stayed and one of my daughters got bit close to her eye and had an allergic reaction. The whole site’s ground was on gravel which was really uncomfortable for tenting. The view from the administration was great but the view from the campsite was terrible. We had a view on the town’s water treatment facility. Not so oceanfront like. When we called for assistance with the ants shortly after our arrival, the person at the desk told us they would send someone before calling back 5 minutes later to tell us that no one would come and that if we wanted to leave, they would reimburse us. The tone of the response was rude and not empathetic to our concern as it did not address anything but basically meaning that if we leave, they would just rent the site to someone else. We ended up leaving 2 days ahead, disappointed. Definitely do not recommend.…
An amazing oceanfront view. Great sites, not overly spacious but clean, comfortable and very friendly people. Walk downtown to Wharf. Easy access to main rd. Convenience store walking distance. Office has some stuff.
This is a beautiful locale but our trip was marred when we had an early morning problem with the flush in our rig. Though the instruction sheet you receive upon arrival says the bathrooms are only for campers and those with a problem in their rig, when we asked for a key to the bathroom we were refused and told to hire the local handyman that stays at the park. He did respond quickly and fixed the problem within a half hour but I consider the refusal to use a bathroom that is supposed to be included in the price of admission to be unacceptable. The lots are the smallest I've ever seen and we barely had a spot to park our vehicle. It is expensive and there is no pool or other amenities that I could see. However, the town is nice and the surroundings very pretty.
Do not recommend at all.Sites are small and not private.Lots and lots of ants and staff already knew about it!Ordered lobster and was supposed to have it delivered at my site but never got it,had to go get it after a full hour of wait.Wifi did not work at all.Will not be returning.
Worst camp site ever ! they’re rude as hell too ! Never again 😡 Disgusting 🤮 Shame to have a camping site like this in a beautiful area 😤 No wifi either Site 121/2 was infested with fire ants and they’re response you could had sprayed the area 😒they knew about these ants too We could had be allergic to them They’re attitude was disgusting
We used to love staying at this campground. Close to the little sweet town of St. Andrews and of course the ocean. However, the lots have changed and they have been made to be much smaller. While we were eating our supper the camper next to us decided to dump his sewer. Our picnic table was right next to his dump area. We had no where to move to avoid this. The lots at this campground used to be spacious and now, well it stinks. We will not be back to this campground. We could barely put our awning out without hitting the next camper. Sorry but we would rather camp in a place that has more room. Campers beware. Small Small Small lots. I don't like being a Debbie downer but it really is not fun to camp here anymore.
The location of this campground is great - about a 20 min walk to downtown Saint Andrews. I have travelled fairly extensively across Canada and through parts of the States. It is not very often that I see campgrounds mixing coaches and trailers in the same row of sites. What it means is that if a coach drives in and a trailer backs in their doors open into the same space. Not my favourite situation at any time but in this time of COVID 19 and social distancing it is particularly problematic. At this particular campground the ocean front area is one of the most desirable areas in the campground. We drove in as most coaches did. There was an empty space beside us. A trailer backed in with three teenagers and two grandparents. There is a small sitting area in front of the coach. However the people from the trailer were sitting at the imaginary line between our two spots If we are to social distance we have to stay 6 feet from the border between us - extremely difficult. If we had had children or teens with us it would have impossible and dangerous. We actually had friends in the campground and told them not to come down for a visit because there was no where to sit safely outside. I believe that in this situation - when public health are saying to social distance the campground should be doing something about this situation. All they need to do is to put the coaches at one end of the row and trailers at the other. Where they meet in the middle leave one site vacant - both the people in the coach and the people in the trailer are able to social distance. I invite the owner of the campground to comment.…
St. Andrews by the sea is gorgeous and this campground is a gem. Great views from the water sites but we preferred the wooded sites towards the back as they were much larger. A bit pricey but where ekese can you get a cooked lobster delivered to your site!. Walking distance to town and close to Ministers Island.