Bayside RV Campground
112 Camp Road, Oyster Bed Bridge, PEI
Let the Girls tell you all about it
The first day the “Atlantic Bubble” opened up, we were on our way to Prince Edward Island. Lots of people were booking campsites all over the Atlantic Provinces and we were lucky to get a spot at Bayside. It is a very friendly campsite with really large lots and a big field.
This was our view outside the back of the camper. The campers across from us had lots of space for their campfires.
We walked in the evening and said hi to people, keeping our physical distance of course.
Chessey, can we ask our questions now? Of course, Sadie.
Is there a place to walk and play? We were in a campsite that was right by the back field so we could get there very easily. Everyone was welcome and we saw lots of dogs off leash running and playing. Dad took us to play ball with the chuck-it and Mom took this great picture of us chasing for the ball. See how fast I was running!
I don’t want to brag…oh go on Chessey…Well Mom took a picture of me in the big field jumping up for the ball, straight up. She put it in the slideshow.
I guess a big field is motivational. On to our next question, Chessey?
Is there a place to swim? There is a pool for people with nice chairs to sit around and enjoy the sunshine. However, we didn’t get to go in. But just a short walk from the campsite is Wheatley River with oyster farming. There is also a small beach. Now we didn’t go in the water, but I bet we could have.
We spent a whole week at Bayside and we really liked the people and all the other dogs.
Don’t forget about the horseshoe pits Chessey for the people. I wonder who carved the owl? Anyway...
Lots of places close by you can enjoy. PEI is our smallest province so lots of places to go and these are just a few.
Near By Places
Charlottetown is an easy 25 minute drive awhile and it is a beautiful city with lots to see and do.
We took a drive along Hwy #13 to Victoria by the Sea, a quaint little town with lots of craft places to visit. You can read Mom’s blog here.
Also, an adventure at the Old mill and the only covered bridge in PEI in Hunter River. This is a really good story and you can read that blog here.
We also took a tour along some back roads. We came across a great beach and we got to swim.
We got back in the car wet, that was fun!
It was Sadie, We also saw Savage Harbour and Red Head harbour. You can read about what route to take in the Travel blog section of the website. Click the link here.