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Cornwall / Charlottetown KOA

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208 Ferry Road
Cornwall, Prince Edward Island   C0A 1H0
800-562-4194

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Cornwall / Charlottetown KOA


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Our campground is an ideal headquarters to explore the countryside, the historic towns and villages. We are only a half-hour drive away from the National Park and the Anne of Green Gables Museum.

You can spend the day at our KOA and find plenty to do! Go clam digging at our secluded beach, take a dip in our swimming pool or just relax and enjoy the view!

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Taz
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AUTUMN AWESOME

Reviewed: Friday, October 9, 2015
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What a perfect park for a time to enjoy PEI in the fall. We traveled with a Mirada 35 DL and tow a 23 ft car hauler. Donna and Stee where excellent at accommodating us even when our arrival pans changed several times. We got a water front pull thru ...what a wonderful view we had ever morning and thru out the day. Several cruise ships slipped by and each day we watched the oyster fisherman work their craft...what a calming Vista. Sites were full service nicely spaced (I will not say which site we had because we what it back next year...yes we will be back next year). The last time I was here was in 1978 as 20 yr old before I moved away,and my sister and family still go there. So I know the park would be quiet this time of yr which is just what wanted after a busy summer of visitors.Still the staff was awesome checking in on us and giving the wife a tour if the cabins etc. Summing up...fantastic waterviews, nice sized sites that can handle the big rigs without feeling like your being sqeeze in,super staff= AWESOME PARK!
Stayed during September 2015 with Spouse
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Rogerroll
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Clean, quiet, great (re)view!

Reviewed: Friday, September 18, 2015
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We had a site (#504) right along the water with a great view. Mind you, regardless of which site you have, you can sit along the waterfront (or even on the "beach"). i.e.-there is a space between the waterfront sites and the waterfront where people walk and drive out the pull-thru sites. The view included seeing cruise ships pass through the strait in the distance (binoculars recommended). We realize (and were told repeatedly by other campers) that the campground was quiet because there were virtually no kids, no activities taking place, etc. because it was mid-September, during the week. I would not be so enthusiastic about going there during the height of summer vacation. The sites themselves are not too small (it's not a parking lot like some awful RV parks) although not as super-private as we prefer. Grassy and almost level (I still had to drive the front up onto a couple of 2x10's. I would go there again! (pre or post summer high season, of course)
Stayed during September 2015 with Spouse, Pet(s)
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