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C est malheureux, que le camping soit interdit
Très beau spot
Une belle place luncher et marcher
Just noticed I have a typo in my last check in, the Conservation Officer said we can NOT stay the night.Report Check-In
No Camping signs everywhere, parked our motorhome in the afternoon to go for a hike and a local came by and told us we can not send the night. later in the afternoon a Conservation Officer came by and told us we can stay.Report Check-In
Wow. Amazing spot. Beautiful bays on both sides, and a great elevated walk at the end of the gravel bar.
Also had the 5am car guy appear, I don’t think it was hostile tho. Just a guy blasting some tunes and having a sing along. He did a lap up and down, parked for a song and left.Report Check-In
A perfect place to stay, really beautiful , amazing at the sunset and the sunrise.
You have the sea both side. It’s really beautiful to hick around here too.
The only “bad” thing is that at 6am a car passed with the music really loud, and it stop in front of every van just for bothering ( I guess he does it often cause I already read it in another comment). The good on that is that he woke me up at the sunrise, and it was so beautiful to see!
Very beautiful spot especially at sunset. Plenty of room to stay overnight with a 26' motorhome. One other RV was there and at the end part there were local teens partying very late (didn't bother us). It was easy to find and to access. The only down side was that at around 5am one local beardy old local woke us up parking his car in front of us with a very very loud long and bad version of could you be loved. His car windows must have been shaking really. Talked to the other family with the RV and the beardy weirdo had done the same to them. The local guy didn't get off his car, it was really just to bug us... There was no signs of no staying overnight, no house very near by, we kept it very quiet, no noise, we kept it very clean... It was really a perfect spot except for that guy.Report Check-In
Beautiful spot - plenty of space ! Pit toilets at the end of the trail. No amenities otherwiseReport Check-In
Nice spot for a walk on the beach and an overnight sleep. A little busy around sunset and even had a few vehicles leaving the area at midnight but still recommend this beach stop.Report Check-In
This was a great place to stay, a little hard to find at night, but great views in the morning. Small hike up to a lookoff there with more great views. The beach is rocky, not sandy but still niceReport Check-In
This is the spot boondockers dream of. Not much wind overnight when we were here. Bell network 1 to 2 bars of connection. Close to the adorable town of Parrsboro. We highly recommend this spot for an overnight. Our set up is a truck and 17 foot trailer so we fit and could turn around fine. If you have a 30 foot trailer you might have a hard time. Only one other camper when we stayed. Sunset and morning views to die for. Also really close to many attractions like five islands park and lighthouse. Also a Tom Hortons in town with free wifi for the digital nomads out there.Report Check-In
Great spot, but beware when the fog rolls in of the steady horn from the nearby lighthouse!Report Check-In
Nice spot very quiet with picnic area. Nice small trail too. Nice view but no facilities.Report Check-In
Great spot. lots of space quiet for the most part. definitely go againReport Check-In
great place for small tent trailer, RTT or overlander set up. Minutes from town. Will definitely go back again.Report Check-In
stony beach with a couple of tables. You can hike up to the hill for a gorgeous view.Report Check-In