Frequently Asked Questions
If your question is not here, let us know and we will be happy to answer it. To view Park Rules & Regulations, click here.
When is check-in/check-out time?
Check-In for Campsites is 1PM - Cottages, Park Models and Cabins 4PM
Check-Out for Campsites 11AM - Cottages, Park Models and Cabins 10AM
Do you have a cancellation/waiting list?
We have a waiting list for cabins and cottages but not for campsites. Call to 877-734-2267 have your name added.
How many people are allowed per site?
We allow up to 2 adults and their children per site. Up to 4 adults may be on a site if camping in an RV (additional charges apply).
How many tents/trailers am I allowed on a site?
We allow 1 camping unit (tent, trailer, motorhome, etc.) per site. You may also have a dining tent if room permits.
How old do I have to be to camp?
You must be at least 19 years old. Underage campers must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
What are the park rules?
Park Rules & Regulations can be viewed here.
Is your online booking page working correctly?
Yes. The following tips will help fix the issues you may be having.
-You must use a desktop or request desktop site if using a tablet for the full interactive site to load.
-Enter your arrival and departure dates and fill in all fields. NOTE: Must be a minimum of 3 nights or system will not show availability. For reservations of 2 nights please call.
-When interactive map loads click on the zoom button (+) to make it easier to read. It is a large map and can be double-clicked to move.
-Available sites will have the site number displayed and a green border. A white box means the site is not available. You may need to adjust your arrival and/or departure dates to find an opening. Keep in mind that many sites book up a year in advance.
-Once you pick your site click Book and Proceed to continue through the checkout process.
-NOTE: Two parties reserving the same site and dates will receive a confirmation stating; Unconfirmed and please call.
-NOTE: If you click Book via Rates you will lose your site selection and the system will automatically assign one.
If you need assistance do not hesitate to call our reservation line at 877 734-2267.
Can I request a specific site?
Absolutely. We do our best to keep you on the site chosen but please remember that it is NOT GUARANTEED. We reserve the right to move reservations without notification, even after confirmation.
When can I reserve for 2022?
We begin accepting reservations for 2022 on October 1.
Do you rent trailers?
We do not rent trailers but there are people within the park that do. Call the individuals listed below for rates and availability. Only rent from someone with a valid RV Rental Licence from the P.E.I. Dept of Economic Grown, Tourism and Culture.
Woodsides Trailer Rentals - 902-439-1440
Doreen Bryanton - 902-836-3452
Nadine Sutcliffe - 902-388-1965
Rodney Woodington - 902-954-0425
Gary Parker - 902-940-5700
Winston Cousins - 902-888-7591
What is your cancellation policy?
If you cancel your campsite reservation with at least 7 days advance notice we will refund your deposit in full. No cancellation fees!
No refund will be given for cancellations within 7 days of arrival date. Sorry no exceptions, even for emergencies.
Reservations made within 7 days of arrival will not be refunded if cancelled.
Arrival date cannot be adjusted within 7 days unless it is to arrive earlier. Extending a reservation can be done at any time.
Reservations will be held until 11am the day after scheduled arrival. If the guest has not arrived by that time, the reservation will be cancelled as a "no-show" and the deposit will be retained.
Cottages and Park Models require 60-day notice. COVID 19 May 1 Update: 30 DAY NOTICE.
Rustic Cabins require a 14-day notice.
Camper Carts require 24hr notice.
We are unable to cancel reservations via email or social media messaging.
When calling to cancel please have the credit card used to make a reservation on hand as we do not keep this information on file.
What are my choices for payment?
We require reservation deposits to be paid with a Visa, MasterCard or Discover card. At check-in, you may also use cash, American Express and Interac. An ATM is located in the store for your convenience.
How do I check-in to my site if I arrive after hours?
If arriving after 10pm we ask that you please call 877 734-2267 before 8pm to notify us of your arrival time. Security will meet you at the main entrance and escort you to your site. The phone number for security is posted on the office door and is 902-960-7433 if they happen to be on patrol. Only limited setup is allowed during quiet time (10pm-7am).
What is already on my site when I arrive?
All sites at Twin Shores have a picnic table, fire ring and water tap.
What does S, F, W, WE, FE and WS mean?
S, F and W are unserviced sites. When the park was built 50 years ago it meant (S)hore, (F)ield and (W)oods and we've kept using it ever since. WE and FE are water and electric sites. WS is a full serviced site with water, electricity and sewer.
What is a premium site?
Our premium sites are full serviced sites near the Gulf and Bay beach entrances. They are equipped with 50/30/20 amp electric connections and have gravel parking pads. WS sites 400-403 and 720-843 are premium.
Can I have visitors while camping?
Yes, but please let your visitors know that there is a visitor fee both daily and nightly. Many visitors are not campers themselves and would not anticipate this. Explain that this fee gives your visitor full use of all facilities and amenities while here in the park. Day visitors must register with the security office between 9AM and 9PM and are welcome to stay until 10PM. Make sure visitors know the site number and name your reservation is under before they arrive. The visitor fee is $10 per carload. If the visit is less than an hour all $10 is refunded; if the visit is longer than an hour $5 is refunded. Visitors staying overnight must register with the main office. Adults are $7, children are $5 and vehicles are $7 per night plus HST. You are responsible for your visitors' actions. We do not allow public access to Twin Shores. You must be visiting a registered camper for entry. We reserve the right to refuse entry to anyone at any time.
Do you have a pool?
No, but we do happen to have 3 beaches with almost 4KM of saltwater coastline on-site. It is the longest saltwater coastline of any known private campground in North America.
Do you have Wi-Fi?
Yes and No. Due to our remoteness we have very limited bandwidth available in Lower Darnley. We do have Wi-Fi hotspots in the park but again, our bandwidth is limited beyond our control. Our network is intended to check email and Internet browsing. It is not intended for work use or to stream video. At check-in, you will receive 1 free access code for a single device to connect to our network. Additional codes may be purchased at any time. Free access is available without a code at Twin Perks Cafe and Beach Treats. To help connect to our network an external Wi-Fi antennae should be brought with you from home. In our wooded sections of the park, the Wi-Fi range is almost non-existent.
Is alcohol permitted?
Consumption of alcohol is discouraged at Twin Shores as it contradicts the family-friendly atmosphere we strive to deliver. If you do consume alcohol it must be done on your site and in a concealed container.
Is smoking permitted?
Smoking is not permitted in any common area.
Is cannabis permitted?
Cannabis consumption is only permitted inside one’s own camping unit (i.e. RV or tent).
Can I bring my golf cart?
No, but we do have Camper Cart rentals and a beach shuttle to make getting around the park easier. In addition to golf carts, we do not permit ATVs, motorized youth carts, electric scooters or any non-plated motorized vehicles within the park.
Does it cost anything to use the showers?
Our showers are metered to help conserve our limited well water supply. There are 26 showers located throughout the park for your convenience. Showers accept quarters only. One quarter will provide 4 minutes of hot water. Up to 4 quarters may be inserted for additional time. For more info on our water-saving and other conservation efforts please click here.
Are campfires allowed and can I bring firewood?
Controlled and attended campfires are permitted at all sites until 12 AM. You can bring firewood but only if it was harvested on P.E.I. Don't give bugs a free ride! Firewood is available for sale at the entrance gate, $6 for firewood and $5 for kindling.
Can I bring fireworks?
No. Fireworks and Chinese lanterns are illegal on PEI.
Can we bring pets camping?
You bet! Four-legged friends are always welcome but the following rules apply. Pets must be on a leash and attended at all times. Pets are also not permitted in any park buildings, -this includes rustic cabins, cottages and park models-, playgrounds or on our Proffitt's Point beach. Guests are responsible to clean up after their pet. Aggressive or disruptive behaviour is not tolerated. We are not responsible for any injury or damage caused by pet(s). In addition, the owner of a pet that causes injury or damage is expected to resolve the issue directly with the affected party. Exotic pets are not permitted.
Can I take my dog to the beach?
If your dog is well behaved, leashed, picked up after and kept away from other beachgoers there should not be a problem as it is public property. Aggressive or disruptive dogs will not be tolerated. Dogs are not allowed on our Profitt's Point beach due to it being an endangered species habitat.