938 Englishtown RdEnglishtown, NS B0C 1H0
How to Read Good Sam Directory Ratings
The three-number rating that accompanies each campground listing in the directory gives readers an at-a-glance assessment of a campground's amenities, cleanliness and environment.
How to read the Good Sam Rating 10/10 /10.All three ratings categories are measured on a scale of 1 to 10, with 10 being the best.Less than 1 percent of parks or campgrounds receive the coveted 10 / 10 / 10 rating, which indicates superior facilities that are well maintained, clean, well-appointed restrooms and a highly appealing appearance.Campgrounds are inspected annually by dedicated RVers like you.
Completeness of facilities
10 / 10 / 10The first campground rating evaluates completeness and quality of facilities.In this category we rate interior roads, sites, registration area, hookups, recreation, swimming, security, laundry, store and building maintenance.
Cleanliness and physical characteristics of restrooms and showers
10 / 10 / 10The second rating category concerns the cleanliness and physical characteristics of toilets, walls, showers, sinks/counters/mirrors and floor. If a park achieves a full point in each of the above, it receives a star (), indicating exceptionally clean restrooms.
Also rated are physical characteristics of restrooms, including interior construction, adequate supplies/odor free, adequate number of facilities, exterior appearance and location in relation to park spaces, and interior appearance.
Visual Appeal and Environmental Quality
10 / 10 / 10 This category addresses the park's setting and site layout, function and identification of signage, overall exterior building maintenance, noise, trash disposal, litter and debris around the grounds and sites, and appearance of grounds, sites and entrance area.
Welcome to Nova Scotia
With bustling ports and rugged coastlines, Nova Scotia is one of Canada's most exciting windows on the Atlantic. The Bay of Fundy, the Gulf of St. Lawrence, the Gulf of Maine and the Atlantic surround the mainland peninsula....
Although Nova Scotia is Canada's second-smallest province, it's packed with outstanding things to see and do for the adventurous RVer. There are countless miles of scenic coastal highways winding through towering highlands, lots of little towns to explore and several outstanding hiking trails, including the 185-mile Cabot Trail at the north end of Cape Breton Island. Bring your binoculars — the views are breathtaking....
Nova Scotia: Go Where the Beer Flows and Seafood Tops Every Plate
This maritime province is renowned for its stunning views and bustling ports. Lift a glass at a pub in Halifax or go exploring on seaside villages where the daily catch is served up fresh and steaming. Villages like Peggy's Cove preserve the way of life of small fishing communities....
From Jct of TCH-105 & Exit 12 (Rte 312), NE 3 mi on Rte 312 (R)