Nice but small campsite in town, at 12 Church St. Suitable for small rigs. $5 fee. There's also a dump station - $2 fee.
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As described, tents no longer permitted (only with RVs) and no toilets. Money to be left at the entrance of the park next to the sign (not at the dump station).Report Check-In
Tents no longer allowed unless accompanied by an RV. This park was being abused so that rule was put in place. 3 night stay limit.Report Check-In
Spent 2 nights here once again. Great spot and a great trail along the river across the road. Still $5 and $2 for the dump. Every town should have these, a great way to explore the towns.Report Check-In
EVERY municipality should have spot like this allocated for overnights. Thank you town of Exeter. Very nice and appreciated.Report Check-In
Sweet little park, nice tree lined spot along the Ausable River, $5 honour box, picnic table, fire ring. No other overnighters were there, place to myself.Report Check-In
Was here on Aug. 22nd. in 30’ motorhome. No hook ups but very nice little place, clean, costs $5 to be deposited into box plus $2 to dump. Has about 10 designated RV spots, picnic tables, garbage cans, some fire pits.Report Check-In
This park is OPEN! A favorite place to stop. Several RV pads. Most sizes of rigs can park here. but under 30 feet is best. Tents welcome. Lots of trees. Picnic tables. Recycling. River. Sewer dump. No drinking water as of the last couple of years. It's a little park within the town of Exeter.
Easy walking distance to restaurants, Tim Hortons, gas, propane, Mc Donald's, groceries etc. Across the street from a park with a swimming pool, creative playground and a splash pad.
There is a $5 fee per night on the honour system. You put the money in the locked container by the sewer dump. Bring cash. No sign-in. You can stay a couple of days while you visit the area.
A great spot, we are here with our 26 foot fifth wheel, no problem, there’s even another huge Class A Motorhome that pulled up. Lots of room. Grassy areas with a few picnic tables. The dump station was pretty busy being the long weekend.Report Check-In