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Old 02-24-2008, 04:57 PM   #1
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New Brunswick campgrounds

So we're off to New Brunswick in June. So far the itinery is London to Lancaster, ON, Edmundston area, Wodstock NB (Jellystone), St Martins (Bay of Fundy), New Glasgow PEI, somewhere around Bathurst NB, back to Edmundston, then Lancaster then London.

So we're looing for campground recommendations for the Edmunston area and Bathurst area (Acadia.)

Any recommendations?

Most stops are two nights with three in PEI and just one in Lancaster.

Thans everyone.

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We enjoyed Fundy NP and the little village of Alma. Don't know anything at all about Edmonston. But Fundy gives easy day-trips to Hopewell Rocks and Cape Enrage'.


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thanks for the info on Alma, we're camping just down the road in St Martins. Been researching the Acadian Peninsula, pretty excited.
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Just for the fun of it, and old times sake, drive out and take the ferry across to PEI and come back on the bridge. Charlottetown is a great place for and evening stroll down by the water and shopping. Don't forget Ann of Green Gables up on route 6. worth at least a half a day. Any of the Proventional Parks on PEI are good. If you go end to end to each of the light houses they will give you a certificate.

Keep in mind Funday charges a daily admission fee of $17.00 in addition to the camping fees. Drive through and stay outside at the bay.
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