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™ For security, call 902-566-2421 or toll free 800-562-4194 any time. For emergencies, call 911. The civic address is 208 Ferry Road, Cornwall, PEI.
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• Store/Office: 8:00 am to 9:30 pm. We sell most grocery items, ice cream, ice, wood, and COFFEE! • Check-in time is 2:30 pm and check-out time is 11:30 am. If you wish to stay another night, please re-register by 10:00 am. • Laundry: 7:00 am to 11:30 pm. The cost is $2.50 per wash and $2.50 per dry. Most machines take quarters and some will accept loonies. Be sure to get your change before the store closes. • Activity Centre: 8:30 am to 9:00 pm. Play pool, Ping-Pong, Foosball, or various Board Games. Basketballs, volleyballs, horseshoes, washer toss games, and lawn bowling are also available. Check out our schedule of activities during your stay to see other fun things to do, or visit our Facebook page at www.facebook. com/cornwall/charlottetownkoa. • Bike Rentals & RC Cars Rentals: 9:00 am to one hour before dusk. Our fun cycles and RC cars can be rented from the Activity Centre. We do not supply helmets, but helmets are required. A parent or guardian’s signature is required. Please follow all rules for these rentals posted at the campground. • Playgrounds can be used between 7:30 am and dusk. • There are two washroom facilities. The showers are not coin operated. • We do offer short term camper storage for guests planning to return. Prior permission is needed before leaving trailers unattended.
• Swimming Pool: 10:00 am to one hour before dusk. We do not have a lifeguard on duty. Children 12 and under MUST be accompanied by an adult. (18 or older). • The beach is available for your use. It is not supervised but you can swim at your own risk. You may also dig for clams provided there are no closures in place by Federal Fisheries. Check at the store before you dig. • Dump station is located close to the main gate on your left when exiting the campground. • Wi-Fi: We know you’re here to unplug, unwind and enjoy the features that the Cornwall KOA has to offer. However, we understand that it’s hard to completely unplug from the world! We’re happy to provide you with 2 Wi-Fi passwords. Each password can be used on 1 device for the duration of your stay with us at the Cornwall KOA. Once your password is used on 1 device, it cannot be reused on another device. Please put your password into the device you use for Internet access. Additional passwords are available in the office for an additional fee. Please respect all users of our Internet access by not overloading our system. • You may enter or exit the campground at any time. Security may request that you park near the front to avoid disrupting fellow campers. Please have your vehicle pass visible for security. • Security can be contacted after hours by calling the campground local number 902-566-2421 or the toll free number 800-562-4194.
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• We try to keep our park safe but children should be supervised at all times; especially around the waterfront, pool, and playgrounds. Children should be in their site or under adult supervision between 10:00 pm to 7:00 am. Our pool DOES NOT have a lifeguard. Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult. • Drive S L O W L Y — 10 km/hr. We have many young visitors. Their safety is our utmost concern. Always check behind your vehicle before backing up. • Cooking is not permitted inside the camping cabins. • It is not uncommon to see wildlife in this area. Please do not feed the animals. • Pets should be leashed at all times, except in designated areas. Pets are not allowed in buildings, playgrounds or pool area. Aggressive pets of any breed are not welcome. • In case of emergency, DIAL 911. Our civic address is 208 Ferry Road, Cornwall, PEI.
FOR OUR ENVIRONMENT … • Our water is supplied by a drilled well and we ask that you please conserve water and not wash your vehicles. • Please clean up after your pets. • Fire pits are for campfires only. Please burn firewood only and do not leave garbage, especially food scraps, in your fire pit. • Garbage and recyclables should be disposed of as follows. ■■ Recyclables – Use Blue bags and place in blue carts. ✓✓ Plastic Bottle ✓✓ Glass bottles (with caps ✓✓ Pop Cans removed) ✓✓ Beer Cans ✓✓ Plastic bags ■■ Newspaper – Place in blue paper recycling boxes in Activity Centre, Laundry, and Store. ■■ Compost – Place in Green carts. Includes food scraps and boxboard. Do not put plastic bags in compost. ■■ Waste – All other garbage. Place in black carts and bins throughout the campground.
• Many travelers are tired and leave early in the • Please keep vehicles locked and personal morning so we ask you to observe our quiet time valuables in a safe place. We do not accept from 11:00 pm to 7:00 am. Vehicles should not responsibility for lost or stolen property. be operated near campsites during this time. • Display your park pass in your windshield so we Leave your vehicle in the front parking area if you can easily identify registered vehicles. anticipate needing your vehicle during quiet time. • Report any concerns to KOA staff or Security. • Excessive noise, including loud music, is not Dial 902-566-2421 or toll free 800-562-4194 any permitted at any time of the day or night. time of the day. • Generators should not be operated between • Visitors staying overnight must register by 6:00 pm and 10:00 am. 9:00 pm. Those visiting for the day and • Our roads are limited to motor vehicles licensed planning to use facilities off your site are also for road use. required to register at the Office. Fees do apply. Management reserves the right to restrict the • Pets should not be left alone and should not be a number of guests at a site. All visitors are asked to hindrance to your neighbors. exit the park by 10:00 pm. • Subject to temporary provincial fire bans, campfires are permitted until 12:30 am. You may be asked to extinguish fires earlier if there is any We request that you respect other rules as indicated by signs and notices throughout disruption to neighboring sites. the campground. Help us make everyone’s camping experience a pleasant one. • Campfires are only permitted in the fire pits provided. Local Number: • Fires should be low, supervised, and properly Toll Free Number: extinguished before retiring for the night. Page 2 Earn rewards and save 10% with the KOA Value Kard Rewards program.
OTHER LOCAL EXPERIENCES FOR YOU Camping at Cornwall KOA is enjoying wide beaches while exploring white lighthouses and red sandstone cliffs glinting against the sun! Prince Edward Island has something for everyone. Spend the whole day in the long-ago world of L.M. Montgomery, the author of Anne of Green Gables. Fill your days with local fun and relax in the evening in our large, heated swimming pool.
EXPERIENCE CANADA’S BIRTHPLACE PAVILION! Founder’s Hall — The Fathers of Confederation shared a vision for a great country. The heated political debate and social banter of the Charlottetown Conference gave birth to the country we now know as Canada. Founder’s Hall is a tribute to Charlottetown’s important role in Canadian history as “The Birthplace of the Confederation.” At Founder’s Hall, “The Time Travel Tunnel” transports visitors back in time, leading them through the pages of Canadian history, starting with the Charlottetown Conference back in 1864 and concluding with the joining of Nunavut in 1999. Founder’s Hall uses multimedia, innovation and modern day technology to engage visitors in the history of Canada. News reports and the theatre tell the tale of politics and people, while special headsets narrate your passage through the state-of-the-art displays, holovisuals, on-screen trivia games, drawers, cupboards and much more! It’s a multi sensory experience that makes learning history fun and entertaining. Founder’s Hall is located in a restored 1906 building that was a former CN Rail Car Repair Shop. Free Internet access and ATM machine located inside Founder’s Hall.
DRIVE THE ARGYLE SHORE! Follow Route 19 along the south shore of PEI and see some of PEI’s most amazing scenery. Be sure to stop at the Argyle Provincial Park and walk along the beach and red cliffs. You may even want to spend a day here and let the children enjoy the warm waters of the Northumberland Strait. During the summer season, the public washrooms are open and there is a canteen service. If you want one of the best views of Charlottetown, visit Rocky Point on the far eastern end of Route 19. A great place for photos!
WALK, BIKE, RUN! Confederation Trail — Follow the trail from tip to tip on Prince Edward Island. Experience spectacular scenery and discover the heart to the island just around every turn. Historic Charlottetown — Stroll Historic Charlottetown by foot. There is a boardwalk (2.5 km) that will take you along the shoreline from the shopping to the restaurants at Peake’s Quay to Charlottetown’s biggest green space, Victoria Park. Be sure to come back in the evening for live entertainment, and with our low skyline, a spectacular view of the stars.
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The shoreline of Prince Edward Island is eroding at an average of one metre a year! Our cliffs are made of soft, red sandstone, which crumbles quite easily. As a result, our cliffs are undercut, creating a real danger to hikers below and above the edge. PLEASE DO NOT VENTURE CLOSE TO THE EDGE, AS THE GROUND IS NOT AS STABLE AS IT APPEARS!
Twice daily, the shores of Prince Edward Island become wide and then narrow again because of tides. Tides are caused by gravitational attraction to the sun and moon. Here, the tides range from a few centimetres to over two metres. WATCH FOR RISING TIDES ALONG THE CLIFFS. Save with Hot Deals on
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