FAQs

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What about visitors?

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Everyone who enters the campground is REQUIRED to stop in the Ranger Station first!  Whether you are visiting other campers, picking up/dropping off someone or something, or just looking around you MUST stop and check in first. All visitors, who are visiting with registered campers are required to purchase a visitor's bracelet ($8/per person) and will then be allowed to enjoy the amenities and free activities.  If you've not reached your limit of campers per site and your visitor chooses to stay overnight, there is an additional $5/per adult per night and $3/per child per night (max 6 persons per site).  Visitors must display their car pass prominently in their vehicle at all times.  Visitors of registered campers are allowed to visit between 9am and 10pm.  If your stay is less then 30 minutes, then please stop by the Ranger's Station to receive a refund for your bracelet.  Visitors are not allowed to bring pets.  No more then 6 visitors per site.

We appreciate everyone's cooperation in this so that our paying campers have a safe and enjoyable stay with us!

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What if we leave early?

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We understand life can be unpredictable!  While we will always try to be accommodating whenever possible, we do not offer refunds for discomfort of nature (weather, bugs, etc.).  If you have to end your stay early, we will be happy to credit the remaining time of your stay for a different time.  Some restrictions may apply.

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Are pets allowed?

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Absolutely!  We love animals and encourage our campers to bring their fur-family members along.    We do require dogs on a leash at all times so that they and other campers are safe.  While we do not have any rules against certain dog breeds, aggression by any dog will result in being asked to leave.  And PLEASE, be sure to pick up after your pet(s)!

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Can we have campfires?

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Yes!  As long as you are registered in a campfire site, you are welcome to have one.  Be sure to let staff know, when you are registering, if you'd like a campfire or no campfire site.  Campfires have to be attended at all times.  If you leave your fire unattended, it will be doused by staff!  Absolutely no burning of trash, food, or toxic items such as plastic, painted wood, or pressure treated lumber.  Fires need to be kept at a reasonable height.  All campfires must be out by 12am (enforced).

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Can we drink alcoholic beverages?

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Yes, alcohol is allowed in moderation.  All alcoholic beverages MUST be kept on your registered site.  At Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park™ families come first.  Anything that threatens great family memories, such as excessive noise, drunkenness, unsightliness, vandalism, rowdiness, obscenities, etc., will not be tolerated.

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Can someone help us with what to see in PEI?

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Absolutely!  If there is one thing we know well, it's our beautiful Island.  We are more then happy to show you an Island map and point out great shores, beaches, historic sites, lighthouses, tourist spots, etc.  We carry a nice selection of tourism brochures, pamphlets, and rack cards.  If we don't have what you need, the Visitor Information Center, located in Gateway Village, is only 2 minutes away.

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Can we see the Island sights easily from your campground?

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Our campground is only 2 km from the Confederation Bridge.  We also have direct access, from the campground, to the Confederation Trail.  From this trail, you can hike, run, or cycle from one end of the Island to another.  Centrally located, you are only minutes away from all the major cities and sites in PEI - Summerside - 15 mins, Cavendish - 40 minutes, and Charlottetown - 45 minutes.  The furthest part of the Island from our campground is only 2 hours away (East Point Lighthouse near Elmira).  The furthest North-West tip of the Island is less then 1 hour and 40 minutes away (Tignish area).  Click the map below to see where the above mentioned locations are in regards to our campground.