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jensenst

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You need to make reservations for the National Parks in mid January. you won't have any problems with your rig. Fundy Cape Breton Cheticamp and Cavendish in PEI all have full hookups.

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We did cabot trail in 25 foot class C...new to us but 8 years old. I think that road is best done in a car. After we were done (he did not check the brakes like I asked before we went and found out on the trail) I told him I would not do it again if someone paid me a million bucks. He said for a million bucks he would liquor me up and off we would go...LOL.

Anyway pick a campground and take a toad.


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How much time overall do you want to spend, and how much time do you prefer to drive every day? PEI and the Cabot trail look close on the map but it's a fairly significant drive between the two.

You will definitely need reservations. Our camping season is very short (June-Oct for some provincial campgrounds) so even mid-week can be tricky at the more popular ones (Caribou-Munroes Island for example, which is awesomely placed for the PEI ferry). Be aware that one of our major national park campgrounds, Keji, is closed this summer so competition will be more fierce than usual, especially for mainland spots. Provincial booking opens in early April for NS.

The Cabot Trail is a very outdoorsy destination. There are a few trails here and there that are accessible - look for the green ones - they are colour coded by difficulty on the map.

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