Kiwanis Ocean Front Camping Good Sam Verified Campground

550 Water St, St Andrews, NB E5B 2R6

Good Sam Verified Campground
(4 reviews) 4.3 out of 5 stars from 4 reviews
(4 reviews) 4.3 out of 5 stars from 4 reviews
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Address

550 Water St
St Andrews, NB, E5B 2R6

Open May 3 - October 14

Contact

Cards Accepted

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Facility

Type: Campground
Partial Handicap Access
Laundry

 

Policies

Pets welcome
Tents Allowed
Total spaces: 135
Spaces available: 60
Seasonal Sites: 75
Site length (Max length): 48 (50)
Gravel sites: 60
Pull-thru size: 25 x 48
Pull-thrus: 10
Back-in size: 25 x 50
Room for slideouts: Yes
Number of full hookups: 51
Number of water: 9
Number of electric: 9
Amps: 30 Amp
Max Amps: 30

Restrooms
Laundry
Fire rings
Fire rings

Body of water: Passamaquoddy Bay
Playground

4.2 (4 reviews) 4.25 out of 5 stars from 4 reviews
Facility
4
Restroom
5
Appeal
4
What is being rated?
4 4 out of 5 stars 06/11/2018

Very nice campground although sites are very close together. Washroom are the best we have seen on our trip. They had a fun Saturday night jam session with all park residents. Fun nite.

4 4 out of 5 stars 08/13/2017

This campground is right on the bottom loop of Waters St and the Bay of Fundy so you have great views. It has numerous seasonal campers but we didn't seem to have trouble getting a reservation. Since we are USA citizens we used our credit card and got the exchange rate price which was fair. The sites are very close together which we experienced here in New Brunswick so be prepared for that. Beautiful setting but we had fog most of the day here. Pretty close walk or bike ride to town. Nice quaint... Read More

This campground is right on the bottom loop of Waters St and the Bay of Fundy so you have great views. It has numerous seasonal campers but we didn't seem to have trouble getting a reservation. Since we are USA citizens we used our credit card and got the exchange rate price which was fair. The sites are very close together which we experienced here in New Brunswick so be prepared for that. Beautiful setting but we had fog most of the day here. Pretty close walk or bike ride to town. Nice quaint town with a few shops and one grocery store. Really cool tide differences right in front of your campsite. Very good wifi. When you come in on 127 and get to Harriet St turn left and go down Prince of Wales and approach the campground from this way. Don't go down Waters St as it is full of cars are trucks unloading which makes it almost impossible to get by. (We learned the hard way)
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5 5 out of 5 stars 09/15/2015

This is a first rate campground and undoubtedly one of the best that I have ever stayed in. We drove in from PEI without calling and asked the desk manage if they had anything available and they said "no problem, would you like a space on the water? He then showed me a map of the area and told me that I could just drive over and pick from 4 waterfront spaces. The spaces are wide and have an excellent view of the ocean with only a narrow, seldom travelled road separating the view. This was the first... Read More

This is a first rate campground and undoubtedly one of the best that I have ever stayed in. We drove in from PEI without calling and asked the desk manage if they had anything available and they said "no problem, would you like a space on the water? He then showed me a map of the area and told me that I could just drive over and pick from 4 waterfront spaces. The spaces are wide and have an excellent view of the ocean with only a narrow, seldom travelled road separating the view. This was the first site that I have seen that has dual hookups on each side which makes it easy in deciding whether to pull in or back in. The lots are gravel and grass and level. The bathroom floors and walls are marble and the showers are the modern type with glass doors such as those found in upscale homes. The little town of St. Andrews is close to being the ideal coastal town with numerous restaurants, shops, a grocery store, and a wharf that you can walk onto to get closer to the water, and only about a half mile from the campground. Parking was not a problem in town. We had planned to stay only one night but wound up staying for three days. We were in St. Andrews in mid-September and travelling in a Class C Motorhome. We paid $44 Canadian for each night. Overall it was a very enjoyable experience which I would definitely repeat. I might add that we were there in the beginning of the off season which might account for the low price and availability. This one is worth paying full price.
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4 4 out of 5 stars 08/24/2015

This campground is a parking lot style campground. The ocean front and ocean view sites are nice if you want to pay the premium for them. The sites are close together so you can easily hear your neighbor's conversations. The electric outlets require a 30 amp plug - fortunately our neighbor loaned us an extension cord to reach our box! The bathrooms are in good condition. There is Wifi in the park. We enjoyed the "community jam" session on Friday evening. You can walk to the downtown from... Read More

This campground is a parking lot style campground. The ocean front and ocean view sites are nice if you want to pay the premium for them. The sites are close together so you can easily hear your neighbor's conversations. The electric outlets require a 30 amp plug - fortunately our neighbor loaned us an extension cord to reach our box! The bathrooms are in good condition. There is Wifi in the park. We enjoyed the "community jam" session on Friday evening. You can walk to the downtown from the campground. There is one grocery store in town and the selection is somewhat limited.
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4 4 out of 5 stars 06/11/2018

Very nice campground although sites are very close together. Washroom are the best we have seen on our trip. They had a fun Saturday night jam session with all park residents. Fun nite.

4 4 out of 5 stars 08/13/2017

This campground is right on the bottom loop of Waters St and the Bay of Fundy so you have great views. It has numerous seasonal campers but we didn't seem to have trouble getting a reservation. Since we are USA citizens we used our credit card and got the exchange rate price which was fair. The sites are very close together which we experienced here in New Brunswick so be prepared for that. Beautiful setting but we had fog most of the day here. Pretty close walk or bike ride to town. Nice quaint... Read More

This campground is right on the bottom loop of Waters St and the Bay of Fundy so you have great views. It has numerous seasonal campers but we didn't seem to have trouble getting a reservation. Since we are USA citizens we used our credit card and got the exchange rate price which was fair. The sites are very close together which we experienced here in New Brunswick so be prepared for that. Beautiful setting but we had fog most of the day here. Pretty close walk or bike ride to town. Nice quaint town with a few shops and one grocery store. Really cool tide differences right in front of your campsite. Very good wifi. When you come in on 127 and get to Harriet St turn left and go down Prince of Wales and approach the campground from this way. Don't go down Waters St as it is full of cars are trucks unloading which makes it almost impossible to get by. (We learned the hard way)
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5 5 out of 5 stars 09/15/2015

This is a first rate campground and undoubtedly one of the best that I have ever stayed in. We drove in from PEI without calling and asked the desk manage if they had anything available and they said "no problem, would you like a space on the water? He then showed me a map of the area and told me that I could just drive over and pick from 4 waterfront spaces. The spaces are wide and have an excellent view of the ocean with only a narrow, seldom travelled road separating the view. This was the first... Read More

This is a first rate campground and undoubtedly one of the best that I have ever stayed in. We drove in from PEI without calling and asked the desk manage if they had anything available and they said "no problem, would you like a space on the water? He then showed me a map of the area and told me that I could just drive over and pick from 4 waterfront spaces. The spaces are wide and have an excellent view of the ocean with only a narrow, seldom travelled road separating the view. This was the first site that I have seen that has dual hookups on each side which makes it easy in deciding whether to pull in or back in. The lots are gravel and grass and level. The bathroom floors and walls are marble and the showers are the modern type with glass doors such as those found in upscale homes. The little town of St. Andrews is close to being the ideal coastal town with numerous restaurants, shops, a grocery store, and a wharf that you can walk onto to get closer to the water, and only about a half mile from the campground. Parking was not a problem in town. We had planned to stay only one night but wound up staying for three days. We were in St. Andrews in mid-September and travelling in a Class C Motorhome. We paid $44 Canadian for each night. Overall it was a very enjoyable experience which I would definitely repeat. I might add that we were there in the beginning of the off season which might account for the low price and availability. This one is worth paying full price.
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4 4 out of 5 stars 08/24/2015

This campground is a parking lot style campground. The ocean front and ocean view sites are nice if you want to pay the premium for them. The sites are close together so you can easily hear your neighbor's conversations. The electric outlets require a 30 amp plug - fortunately our neighbor loaned us an extension cord to reach our box! The bathrooms are in good condition. There is Wifi in the park. We enjoyed the "community jam" session on Friday evening. You can walk to the downtown from... Read More

This campground is a parking lot style campground. The ocean front and ocean view sites are nice if you want to pay the premium for them. The sites are close together so you can easily hear your neighbor's conversations. The electric outlets require a 30 amp plug - fortunately our neighbor loaned us an extension cord to reach our box! The bathrooms are in good condition. There is Wifi in the park. We enjoyed the "community jam" session on Friday evening. You can walk to the downtown from the campground. There is one grocery store in town and the selection is somewhat limited.
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550 Water St, St Andrews, NB E5B 2R6
Coordinates: 45.069440, -67.039800
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In town, E 1 mi on Water St (L)

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