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Old 08-03-2012, 11:54 AM   #1
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Cool Harding Point Landing CG, St John NB

Preparing to lead three motorhomes to the Canadian Maritime in early September and one of the first stops is at Harding Point Landing Campground just outside of Saint John, NB. The motorhomes are two 45' Prevost and a 43' Dutchstar. My question has to do with the ferry that one has to travel on to get to the campground. Has anyone had experience with the ferry and will it be a problem for this size motorhome?
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You'd put all three of those rigs on at once and they still pack a bunch of other cars on too boot.

The ferry can carry 15 cars at once, tractor trailers use it on a regular basis.
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Thanks for the info. That takes care of one worry.
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We just stayed at Harding Point last week. They have a small fcerry and a large ferry. Should be no problem on large ferry, but you might have to go one at a time if only the small ferry is running. A very unique campground, we enjoyed it. The staff we encountered was very young but knowledgable and very courteous. Good ice cream! Nice pool, clean restrooms and showers. Just keep following signs and it will lead you to waters edge and the free ferry. We had taken the Digby ferry from NS, didn't see any whales!

We spent about 7 days on Cape Brenton Island and a few days in Southern NS. Let me know if you need some current info.

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