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Old 07-03-2006, 06:47 PM   #1
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HI, i'm just wondering if anyone can suggest anywhere to book for camping in PEI. WE're planning a trip out there in Sept and would appreciate any info. WE never been there before, so if anyone has....please fill us in on where we should stop.Also we will probably need to stay somewhere for a night or two on our way as we're leaving from Toronto area..any suggestions??

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Old 07-04-2006, 02:19 PM   #2
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Hi Jaclyn. We did the Island tour about four years back and , intrigued by Karl's Fiberglass/ Fiddlers Aug 4th do, decided to return this year. We like the route that takes us off the 401 at Prescott's Johnstown bridge to USA, along the St. Lawrence to Rouses Point NY. Down Champlain Islands to Burlington Vermont ...on to Montpelier, and head east on Hwy 2 thru St Johnsbury and into Maine. Cross back at Calais/ St.Stephen NB and on to the Confederation Bridge.The route takes you near Fundy Nat'l Park- well worth a stopover ( we like "headquarters " campground.)
On PEI, There's really no bad Prov Park. We loved Brudenell River PP (two 18 hole golf courses!) and beautiful setting. Cavendish Nat'l Park is great and you can bike along the ocean to Rustico park.We enjoyed Jaques Cartier PP on the north end. Make a stop at Skinner's Pond- Stompin' Toms birthplace.
We'll be booking our sites as the little Island can be busy in high season. Sept. may not be a problem for you.
As far as stops en route...Thousand Island parks are about five hours from T.O. You can camp along hwy 2 in Vermont, and there are a number of campsites on the road before Calais ME.
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Old 07-04-2006, 02:47 PM   #3
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PEI is small so it is easy to park one place and then tour the island. We were there early in the season so one place we was at the Prov. Park in Linkletter right near the bridge. In the high season, it could be quite crowded and sunny, but there were only a couple of other people there and it was either cloudy or raining or quite cool----the weather we really like. (The locals even said it was colder than normal)

Here are a couple of pictures of where we camped, and a couple of the sand dunes----great trails, places to walk on the beach, great food, and super nice people---just a few of the nice things about PEI.

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Old 07-04-2006, 08:01 PM   #4
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Thanks Alistair for the info. I will start looking into it.

Diane thanks for the great pictures. I can't wait to take a few myself.

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