Date of Stay: July, 2010
Not worth the money. We wondered why such a mature park so close to our Nation's Capital wasn't packed full on Canada Day Weekend but it didn't take long to figure out why. These owners have maybe been in business a bit too long. They have lost the 'passion' that is needed to operate any kind of business that deals with the public. Sites are very small. Pull thru sites are even smaller. Make sure if you are in the 'back in' sites you have a very long sewer hose as the sewer is located near the front of the site or at least was for us. We had to pull out the trailer in order to dump. Very large slide and water slide have been grown over and sit at the front of of the campground as you enter. Wood and ice good value but not much else at the store. Lots of open space and sites for that matter. Could be a great park but would need an investment of time along with a 'customer service minded' general manager.
Date of Stay: June, 2010
An excellent campground for the entire family. This was the second time we have been there and brought 2 other families with us this past time. Large sites that are easy to get in and out of. The camp store has everything needed (and then some) for a great camping experience. Friendly staff are everywhere offering information and help if desired. They have the camping experience down to a science. I will be back.
Date of Stay: May, 2010
One of the best campgrounds we have ever stayed in. Very clean and well run. The signage throughout the park is very well done, and there are always things for the kids to do. The bike rentals are a big hit with our kids. The sites #113 and area are great if you can get them. Must book well in advance to get them. The pull through sites are great as well. There is a very large addition in the back end of the park that we haven't stayed at yet but have driven through it and would consider it if our favorite sites were not available. A gem inside the city limits of Waterloo.