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Chignecto North Campground - Fundy National Park

Canada 114, Alma, New Brunswick E4H 1B4 Canada
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World_travellor79 wrote a review Nov 2023
Sudbury, Canada157 contributions97 helpful votes
This was our first time using National Parks and it won't be our last. Absolutely huge park! Almost overwhelming at first until you get to know your way around. Check in and check out was quick and easy. When we arrived the there were virtually no line ups so it was simple. Wood was supplied (although I don't know if that's a permanent thing....staff said they had a lot of wood from the park due to felled tree's from a large storm so I don't think it will be an unlimited supply). The sites were easy to find. Ours was a bit interesting when it came to navigating onto it. We had a site for a much larger trailer so size wasn't the issue, it was the narrow street in front with a very small boulevard area for turning and ditches all around. Alma was very close by for any camping needs and a beautiful town to visit. The scenery was breath-taking. Our kids loved the outdoor pool. Hours were convenient and the prices very reasonable. Would highly recommend this location for anyone wanting to see the beauty of New Brunswick.
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Date of stay: August 2023
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Cathyclarkepei wrote a review Aug 2022
Charlottetown, Canada64 contributions15 helpful votes
Large level site. What a treat. New picnic table and good fire pit. Site #29. Easy to back into. EW services in good location. Check in was very efficient. We picked up campfire wood at checkin. The wood was hardwood and kiln dried. Very easy to get the campfire going. Looking forward to a return visit.
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Date of stay: August 2022Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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David Deslauriers wrote a review Aug 2019
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All the family loved the campground. We had a lovely spot #61 next to one of the campground starting trail. Our kids were constantly on it back and forth to the playground, which is also a very good playset. But after biking the Black Horse trail, we stumble on the Pump track, OMG there were gone for hours and always asking to go back o. It. What a great job to keep children outside and spending their energy Park Canada
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Date of stay: August 2019
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Frisbee wrote a review Jul 2019
Barre, Vermont3 contributions4 helpful votes
A place my wife and I would stay again but there were some things that could have been better. Pros: Large sites in a beautiful forest. Staff very friendly and helpful. Some excellent biking paths - both regular and mountain biking. These paths began from the campground and are excellent. 2 miles from the Bay of Fundy. Cons: Most sites need leveling. Sewer outlet in our site (#10) was actually higher than where the hose hooks on to the RV - not a huge deal but was annoying to deal with. Would recommend..
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Date of stay: July 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Susan L wrote a review Jun 2019
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Love this campground. Booked two sites next to each other to camp with my daughter and her family. We needed wifi as it was our only way of communication with each other. Sites 57 and 59 DO NOT have wifi signal. Other than that (and the black flies) our stay there was excellent! Spacious sites with lots of space between them. Fire pits were a bit small but had a nice grate on top which we used for our lobster pot. Wood is sold at the campground at a reasonable price. Staff were extremely friendly. Can't wait to go back!
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Date of stay: June 2019
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klcromans828 wrote a review Jun 2019
Tennessee7 contributions2 helpful votes
Absolutely beautiful and exceptionally friendly people who work here but it is 30 min from the highway...you'll think you're in the middle of nowhere. Terrible condition of the road leading to the park needing attention (roads are in good condition in the park). If you come when it is warm, be warned: you WILL be swarmed with biting black flies! They are absolutely miserable...in your hair, face, clothes etc! We also had to drive to the bathrooms to avoid them. Thank goodness we had a cold front come through and kept them at bay for one night and day. Alma is a very very small town with just a few places to eat and visit. Additionally, even though you pay to stay at the campground, you still have to pay $7.80 per person per day because you are in the park. We had to cut our trip short by one day, and they were gracious enough to refund us the camp fee as well as the park daily fee. I cannot emphasize enough how nice the people are who work here! Also, they have 3 dump stations which is always a plus! No waiting in line! We decided to see Hopewell Rocks when it was closed, as many other people did, and saved the $20 fee. We drove 2 hrs up to Nova Scotia which was a nice drive, and there are such gracious people there as well! Also, if you go to Prince Edward Island, it will cost you almost $40 to get back across the bridge so we avoided PEI. Overall, very nice campground. Probably won't return to the Atlantic provinces because although it is beautiful, it looks similar to Maine and much too far to drive.
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Date of stay: June 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
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FamilyTripper2018 wrote a review Dec 2018
Ontario, Canada549 contributions18 helpful votes
My family and I recently took a trip to the Bay of Fundy and we stayed 5 nights in the Chignecto campground. We brought our fifth wheel camper from Ontario and stayed in Site 101 which was excellent. It was easy to back into, there was good separation between firepits, there was a giant forest behind the site. We were very happy with our site choice as we noticed that others sites did not have as much privacy or were located in less desirable locations (like the site that has little tree coverage between it and the sewer dumping station). The campground was well maintained and cleaned regularly. The showers were too cold but then would get scolding hot when someone flushed a toilet but we wanted to team up to wash our two young boys so we used the handicap bathroom where the shower was great. The playground on our side of the campground was amazing and there was a trailhead for one of the park’s trails very close to our site. The Park was great too. There were some nice lookout points, hikes, and we went on a bug hunt with some guides at Wolf Lake. The saltwater swimming pool was nice, but the salt made my 5 year old son gag and he barfed in the pool and they had to close it for an hour. Bags of wood with enough wood for a couple of hours was around $6 or $7 and we only saw a few mosquitos while there. The park was right next to the village of Alma and within an hour’s drive of Hopewell and Moncton. We spent a lot of time exploring the sandy and rocky beaches in the area as the water would chase us or we would chase it. We had such a wonderful time here and will go back if we stay in the area again.
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Date of stay: August 2018
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khrystey wrote a review Aug 2018
Timmins, Canada308 contributions74 helpful votes
This was our first time staying at a National Park of Canada. I can’t rave enough about these places! They are just fantastic! We were only able to get a 1 night stay in our camper as it was coming into a weekend but we enjoyed ourselves for sure. We couldn’t believe the size of these places and the amount of activities there are to do! First of all, we loved the red chair initiative - the kids loved finding them all over! The entire park is just beautiful with wonderful views of the ocean. We went to the Beach in Alma and loved the high and low tide. The pricing is extremely reasonable (thinking we should have looked into the Discovery Pass though). The biking trail system was had to find as construction was happening and the signage was not very good. We did end up finding a pump track and the kids thought that was fantastic! The sites at Chignecto were very large and private. The campground was very quiet and clean. Firewood was very reasonable too. There was a fantastic playground as well for the kids! We were impressed that they even gave you GarageBand bags. There was also a fantastic salt water pool! Our only disappointed (which we didn’t realize until we were in PEI) was the Xplorer Program for the kids. We were given the booklets but we were not explained what they were so we didn’t end up handing them back for their dog tags. We will definitely be visiting more National Parks!!!
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Date of stay: August 2018
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lellsworth wrote a review Aug 2018
Airdrie, Canada16 contributions4 helpful votes
We spent three nights at the campground on our cross-Canada trip. Our campsite was beautiful, treed and private. The play park was phenomenal, our kids had a great time. Proximity to the Bay was great, the salt water pool was very nice (about 5 minute drive away). This is a typical National Park, so bathrooms were not exceptional, but they were clean.
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Date of stay: July 2018Trip type: Travelled with family
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mfsinmo wrote a review Jun 2018
Fenton, MO.277 contributions91 helpful votes
Had reservation for one night tent camping. Weather was cold and rainy so after looking at small campsite and restrooms that were cold and smelled of disinfectant, we traveled a few miles further to an inexpensive motel. We have camped in other Canada National Parks that were great with clean restrooms.
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Date of stay: June 2018
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Which popular attractions are close to Chignecto North Campground - Fundy National Park?
Nearby attractions include Fundy National Park (3.9 km), Dickson Falls (5.6 km), and Headquarters Campground (0.00 km).
What are some restaurants close to Chignecto North Campground - Fundy National Park?
Conveniently located restaurants include Tipsy Tails Restaurant, The Octopus' Garden Cafe And Bistro, and Kelly's Bakery.
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