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Posted: 02/07/19 12:09pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We are thinking about taking a trip to PEI, NB & NS & are looking for a place to leave our RV with electricity. We are thinking motel to save time. Any suggestions for places to safely leave the RV? I found one place earlier by Campobello, but lost it. What would you see, what would you skip & where would you stay? We have never been to this area. Thanks!

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I think we need a little more information about your plans. Why are you leaving your RV behind? There are hundreds of beautiful c.g.'s in all provinces. How much time do you have? It is a big area and there is lots to see/do? What do you enjoy so we can narrow your answers.

Have you contacted the provinces to receive their Travel Guides for 2019? That is a good place to start making your itinerary. Do you have (or will have) proper documentation for coming to Canada, and more importantly getting back into US?


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We are short on time, so we need to hit what we can in a few days. We have narrowed our itinerary in Nova Scotia to primarily the area around Halifax. We are also thinking about Sherbrooke Village, Fort Anne & Port - Royal. For PEI, we are looking at Charlottetown & Cavendish mostly (LM Montgomery places). For New Brunswick, we are thinking the Roosevelt Campobello International Park & St Andrews nearby. From there, we would visit St John & Fundy Natl Park. Too bad our time is tight! Thanks...

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"Too bad our time is tight! Thanks... " How tight is your time frame and where are you entering the area?
Are you talking 2 or 3 days, a week or two weeks. If only a few days, just concentrate on one area. In the Halifax area you could spend several days, just skimming the area, Peggy's Cove, Halifax itself and maybe Sherbrooke Village. The better part of a days drive to get onto PEI, before any sightseeing.

For what you are talking in the 3 provinces, think a minimum of 7 days rushed.


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Beverley&Ken wrote:

"Too bad our time is tight! Thanks... " How tight is your time frame and where are you entering the area?
Are you talking 2 or 3 days, a week or two weeks. If only a few days, just concentrate on one area. In the Halifax area you could spend several days, just skimming the area, Peggy's Cove, Halifax itself and maybe Sherbrooke Village. The better part of a days drive to get onto PEI, before any sightseeing.

For what you are talking in the 3 provinces, think a minimum of 7 days rushed.


Ken

Double ditto. Pick one area and explore it without feeling rushed. You can always go back next year and visit a different area. I recommend Halifax area in Nova Scotia first but that's me.


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