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Review Count: 147
States Visited: 49
Helpful Reviews: 16

Alderwood RV Express, Mead, Washington

Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $40.00
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The only negative about this park is the narrow sites. All sites are paved with nice patios, but they are too narrow for both slides and awnings on large rigs. Nicely landscaped, nice indoor pool, very good Wi-Fi and cable. Clean modern restrooms and showers. The park is convenient to Coer d'Alene, ID as well as Spokane. Good shopping nearby. If you are here during the summer, be sure to get to Green Bluff Road for the cherry farms, especially if you like Rainier Cherries. We camped at Alderwood RV Express in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 147
States Visited: 49
Helpful Reviews: 16

Sunrise Resorts-Pier Four, Moses Lake, Washington

Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $42.00
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This is a very nice RV park offering a host of water activities on Moses Lake. The park appears to be divided into two sections. The newer section offers wide paved roadways and paved pads with grass in between. The sites are a bit close together, but not as close as in some other parks. This section is open with no shade trees. The older section, which is closer to the lake, is largely gravel with many large shade trees. The park is quite close to I-90 and there is some noise from the highway, but we didn't find it disturbing. There is a fee for Wi-Fi, which worked well, and the cable TV was fine. We camped at Sunrise Resorts-Pier Four in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 147
States Visited: 49
Helpful Reviews: 16

Alder Lake Park, Eatonville, Washington

Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $28.00
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Alder Lake Park is on a beautiful lake in a densely wooded area of Washington. All sorts of water sports are available, and the park is an easy drive to Mt. Rainier National Park. Mt. Rainier itself is visible (on clear days) over the lake from the marina area. The campground is well-maintained, with tables and fire rings at each site, but has limitations for larger RVs. The pull-through sites are the crescent type, and some are shorter than others, and some have large trees making maneuvering large rigs problematic. Also, many of the pull-through sites as well as back-ins are not level. It took us almost an hour to get our 32ft. Fifth wheel into position so it could be leveled with the many blocks and ramps I carry. I saw several class C motorhomes sitting with their front wheels up on piles a boards to get level. This park is a very popular weekend getaway, so reservations are a must on weekends. There is a very good online reservation service available. We camped at Alder Lake Park in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 147
States Visited: 49
Helpful Reviews: 16

Maple Grove RV Resort, Everett, Washington

Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $40.00
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This is a decent urban park, meaning the spaces and roadways are quite tight. The facilities and restrooms are spotlessly clean, the roadways are paved and the sites are concrete. Since the park is on a hill, some of the sites, particularly those at the bottom, are not level. To help compensate, the park recently provided wooden leveling ramps to run up on the low side to help level rigs. These are helpful, but not perfect. The park is surprisingly quiet for an urban park. The sites are quite narrow. We were able to park our tow vehicle next to the fifth wheel, but the passenger side door couldn't be opened. There are no picnic tables and no fire rings. The park is convenient to shopping and the Boeing Future of Flight Tour, and the staff is helpful and friendly. We camped at Maple Grove RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 147
States Visited: 49
Helpful Reviews: 16

Oceanside RV Resort, Saanichton, British Columbia

Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $50.00
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This is a very nice RV park. Internal roadways are paved, sites are level gravel and quite roomy. The multiple restrooms are modern and spotless. Wi-Fi worked for my laptop at our site with no problem, but my wife needed to take hers to a hot spot. The beach is distant and on a bay, but access may be muddy if it's rained recently. The location is convenient to the ferries and Victoria. This is an expensive park, but this is Vancouver Island which is not known as the bargain capital of Canada. (Getting your rig out here on the ferry will cost upwards of $150.) We would definitely stay here again. We camped at Oceanside RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 147
States Visited: 49
Helpful Reviews: 16

Peace Arch RV park, Surrey, British Columbia

Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $42.00
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I noticed some negative reviews of the park from last year and earlier. Whatever the issues were, they have apparently been resolved. The entrance to this park is beautifully landscaped and laden with colorful flowers. The roomy sites afford good privacy. The cable TV provides more than 100 US and Canadian channels. The bathrooms and showers are modern and spotless, but there is a small fee for showers. Wi-Fi works close to the office. All in all, a very good RV park. We camped at Peace Arch RV park in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 147
States Visited: 49
Helpful Reviews: 16

Kamloops RV Park, Kamloops, British Columbia

Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $42.00
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This is a decent older campground next door to a wildlife park. We were here just one night and didn't unhitch, but the site was level and long enough for the tow vehicle and 5'er. Some trees need to be trimmed where they hang a bit low over the roadways. Terrific cable TV and decent Wi-Fi. We were in a site closest to the highway, so traffic noise was noticable. We would stay here again. We camped at Kamloops RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 147
States Visited: 49
Helpful Reviews: 16

Hinton / Jasper KOA, Hinton, Alberta

Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $38.00
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This is a very nice modern RV park with sparkling clean restrooms and showers, and friendly and attentive staff. It is located in the foothills of the Canadian Rockies, just outside Jasper National Park. We saw 4 elk along the road approaching the campground. The only negatives I can report is that our gravel site (#22) was uneven, so we had difficulty leveling. Most other sites seemed to be more level. Also, the Wi-Fi is quite iffy, especially when the park is full. The town of Hinton, complete with a Safeway and WalMart, is just a few minutes west. We would definitely stay here again. One word of caution -- make reservations. The campground was full every night we were there. We camped at Hinton / Jasper KOA in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 147
States Visited: 49
Helpful Reviews: 16

Ross Creek RV Park, Medicine Hat, Alberta

Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $35.00
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We found this to be an adequate RV park for a short stay. There are no restrooms or showers, in fact, there are no buildings at all. There are two Porta Potties, but I don't consider them restrooms. The Canadian Pacific runs right next to the park, but if you consider the sound of trains at night to be romantic, this won't be a problem. There are picnic tables at some sites, but only one "community fire ring". Other than the golf course next door, the park offers few ameneties. We camped at Ross Creek RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 147
States Visited: 49
Helpful Reviews: 16

Prairie Oasis Tourist Complex, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan

Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $38.00
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This is a very nice campground convenient to everything in Moose Jaw. Some sites are quite close together. There's room for the slides, but just barely. WiFi is best closest to the office. We were about as far away as possible, and WiFi service was intermittent. The washrooms are near the office, and as mentioned by another reviewer, there are no pathways through the rows of campsites, so if the park is full and you are in the last row, you will either walk through someone's site or all the way around the end to get to the washroom. We would stay here again if we are in the area. We camped at Prairie Oasis Tourist Complex in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 147
States Visited: 49
Helpful Reviews: 16

Fieldstone Campground & RV Resort, Moosomin, Saskatchewan

Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $35.00
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This may have been a very nice campground at one time and may be again, but right now, its a mess. Recent floods in southern Saskatchewan has resulted in about half the campground being flooded and currently closed. Several of the washrooms are closed, and the interior roads have major potholes and mud. The voltage on the 30 amp service was so sporadic, it ranged from 100 to 120 volts on my voltmeter. This resulted in damage to the air conditioner circuit breaker which I needed to have replaced at a cost of $100 at our next stop. The campground has a nice swimming pond, and if the management can repair the flood damage and the roads, it could once again be a very nice park. We camped at Fieldstone Campground & RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 147
States Visited: 49
Helpful Reviews: 16

Arrowhead RV Park, Ile Des Chenes, Manitoba

Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $38.00
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This park has apparently added a new section since the previous reviewer called it a gravel parking lot with small trees. The new section is a gravel parking lot with no trees. The spaces are rather narrow and close together, but when we were there the owners took care to provide separation between rigs. The Wi-Fi worked fine, but the $3 daily fee is a bit steep. The place is very clean and well-maintained, the staff very friendly and helpful. The sewer hookup is a bit high and makes for difficult draining from the waste tanks on some rigs, mine included. The park is located in Manitoba farmland, a short drive from the attractions in Winnipeg. As long as it isn't too crowded, Arrowhead is a fine spot as a base of operations for visits to the city. FYI, a new campground at a nearby provincial park was reported on TV to be opening in mid July, 2011, and it might be worth checking out if you are in the area. We camped at Arrowhead RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 147
States Visited: 49
Helpful Reviews: 16

The Willows Campground and RV Park, Kenora, Ontario

Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $35.00
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This new campground continues to be a work in progress. It consists of about 1/2 wooded sites and about 1/2 in an open area. A Wi-Fi hot spot has been added near the office, and may be accessible from the lower sites. The staff is hard at work adding new sites and improving the facilities. Restrooms are adequate and the setting is rustic. We spent 4 nights here and during two days the electric power failed several times briefly, but this issue was apparently resolved. Sites seemed reasonably level. We would definitely stay here again. Staff was very helpful and friendly. We camped at The Willows Campground and RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 147
States Visited: 49
Helpful Reviews: 16

Happy Land Campground, Kakabeka Falls, Ontario

Date of Stay: June, 2011 - $38.00
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Happyland is located about 10 miles west of Thunder Bay on the trans Canada Highway. Sites are level, and most are heavily wooded, providing good privacy. Some may be a bit narrow for both slides and awnings. There is a rail line fairly close to the park, but I was awakened only once by a train during our 3 night stay. There are a fair number of seasonal guests here, but most seem to be in a separate "residential" area. This is a very nice park and I would definitely stay here again. Just a couple of minutes west of the park is Kakabeka Falls which is the second biggest in Ontario (Niagara is #1). We camped at Happy Land Campground in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 147
States Visited: 49
Helpful Reviews: 16

* This review belongs to a park that has been removed from RVParkReviews.

Date of Stay: June, 2011 - $38.00
Overall Rating:

This is a nice small campground with some seasonal residents. The sites are mostly wooded, but with room to maneuver. Our site was quite level. There are a few pull-through sites with easy in-out access. We were told there is a Wi-Fi hotspot, but we didn't use it. Rest rooms were reasonably clean, but not spotless. We stayed one night, but had time to walk to the nearby falls. Our site was right next to the Trans Canada Highway and a busy railroad track. There was some road and rail noise at night, but it wasn't a significant issue. We camped in a Fifth Wheel.

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