Date of Stay: December, 2014
This is a beautifully landscaped, well maintained and HUGE park (2100+ expanding) The sites are quite wide, with a concrete pad and gravel, no table, no plantings to seperate the sites. Kudos to the maintenance & cleaning staff...they work long hours, always cheerful and keep the place spotless. Free wifi is available at the library/computer room. Three small laundry rooms-the one near the gym & pool, where most want to wait it out, has only 8 washers available to the public, 5 others are marked 'cleaning staff only'. Far too few machines for a park this size and this was December, the RV sites are 50% empty!! Only 3 machines take coins, you must buy cards for the others and they charge an extra $3 for the card. Lots to do but there are charges for all activities except the pool exercises. ie.-$6 per line dance or Zumba class. Nice pool room, no shuffle board tables. Very expensive...we stayed on a 'first timers' rate but to stay in January we would have paid the regular monthly rate-$31 per day, plus power & a trash charge of $30 per month. We had wanted to experience camping in a mega park, but found it's just too big for us.
Date of Stay: March, 2013
Rate reflects a months stay. Park is several miles north of the city but there is a Walmart and mall nearby. Monthly rental fee seems unreasonably high for the services rendered. The park is very clean and looks very nice, but the sites are mostly privately owned and there are a lot of casita's being built with all the accompanying noise. The office staff are primarily concerned with the lot owners and do not show much interest in serving the interests and needs of the short term camper. The Wi-Fi is hard to access, slow and unreliable. The website advertises that they offer cable TV, however that is only at a very few sites and there's no cost reduction for the sites without cable. Line Dancing, walking, pool exercises,etc all scheduled at the same time of day. The park is situated higher up the sidehill than most other campsites in the area and the strong winds never quit blowing. The lots on the perimeter of the park tend to be the windiest, you usually aren't able to put out your awning or leave a chair unattended. Best sites are those where your door faces uphill so your own unit will provide you with some protection from the elements. If you choose to stay here but don't have a reservation, make sure you arrive early and don't phone or arrive close to quitting time as the receptionists are famous for telling folks that the park is full (even when there are plenty of empty sites) so they can close the office. RV units must not be older than 10 years. The facilities are well maintained and very clean, but we wouldn't consider staying here again unless able to rent a space directly from a lot owner rather than through the office.
Date of Stay: February, 2011
This would be a great camp for full or long term campers but if only staying a week or a few nights and internet access is important to you, then give this place a pass. They advertise park wide Wi-Fi but there is in fact no access anytime of the night or day nor is there a hotspot. The excuse they give is people using skype, but in fact they just don't have enough band coverage. Full timers are advised to purchase a private internet pkg. So that shows its an ongoing problem. Staff and all the campers were very friendly and welcoming. And one frustrating issue that is no fault of the resort, be aware that your GPS may not take you to the correct address.
Date of Stay: January, 2011
This is a very classy park, concrete and well maintained grassy areas at each campsite. Excellent TV and Internet reception. The pool and weight rooms are second to none. There is a free shuttle service to take campers to a nearby casino. And you can get a discount on your fill up at the first nations run fuel station. We always plan our trip to stop here on our way south and then again on our way back north in the spring.
Date of Stay: July, 2010
The camp was clean and tidy. The office was short staffed when we arrived and the receptionist was a little on the rude side when we didn't understand the language. But later in the day her attitude was much friendlier, so it may have just been overwork that led to the sharp tongue. We were very surprised and disappointed to be told that they don't honor the Good Sam discount during the summer season. Who goes camping in Quebec in the winter months?? So we'd advise looking for a camp who will honor their travel club commitment.