• Randy Vallis
    38
    This year we set up camp in Bayside RV Campground in PEI. We are located in a beautiful park centrally locate to many of the attractions located in PEI (Cavendish beach, Brackley Beach, Charlottetown, Oyster Bed Bridge Race Track and golf courses up to your ying yang. Our site is located a what I think is the best part of the park but as we are mostly older folks they call if "morgue alley". We are sitting on large grassy site under pine trees which can be a pain with all of the needles and pine cones dropping on our roof top but given the incredible sunrises and sunset views we accepted that little annoyance as part of the parks overall ambiance. We built a small deck to sit out on to soak up what has been an exceptional summer so far. Anyhow I have included a picture.

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  • Ray
    368
    Looks, like a beauty campsite, enjoy!
  • Rush and Lola
    92
    Looks pretty, we just below yall in maine.
  • Greg F
    136
    Nice spot. Looks like you did a nice job on the deck. Is it normal that long term stay parks allow improvements like this? Do you take it apart when you leave?

    Do you guys also come south every winter like Ray and Anne?
  • Nitehawk
    0
    where in Maine, we just left Bar Harbor last we and are now getting g ready to drive the cabot trail Nova Scotia
  • Rush and Lola
    92
    We over at Medway CG is Pine Grove on Hiway 11
  • Keith
    19
    Very nice! Love the setup.
    The Maritime Provinces are 2 - 3 years out for us, can't wait.
  • Randy Vallis
    38
    If you stay seasonal most campgrounds in PEI will allow a small deck. I built it so I could take it apart but as it was inexpensive I think we would leave it for the next person should we ever decide not to return to this fabulous campground. We haven't travelled south during the winter but have contemplated it many times. We usually do our travelling from early May to late October and hibernate in Cape Breton for the winter.
  • Randy Vallis
    38
    You should include Newfoundland in that visit. Spectacular place to visit. It's a little pricey to get there with trailers and motorhomes but well worth it. It's a large province if you do go make sure you have enough time to truly enjoy it.
  • Rush and Lola
    92
    Did three years ago. We just up here to hide from the heat.
  • Keith
    19
    We have a larger rig at 40ft. Do you think the campsites will be able to accommodate our rig?
  • Randy Vallis
    38
    I know our campground, Bayside RV Campground as well as many others, can easily accommodate a rig of that size. PEI at this time of the year is a wonderful place to visit. There will be many RV sites in Nova Scotia this time of the year as well. As for NL while there are many campgrounds there that will accommodate your rig I would recommend travelling there in August, early Sept.
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