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Date of Stay:
August, 2011 -
This is the cleanest campground we have ever stayed in and we travel full time. Sites are spotless and facilities are 5 star. They have thought of everything! The owners guided us to our site and backed us in and provided excellent service for our 5 day stay. The location is convenient to everything. 15 minutes from Herald Park/Margaret Falls (nice wander, even for children), 10 minutes to SalmonArm centre. Convenient location just off Hwy1 but road noise is "white noise" once you are parked and you don't notice it, RV sites are behind the front cabins and the other RV's muffle the sound too. Turn your vent fan on if it bothers you. All the campgrounds in the SalmonArm area are beside the highway or right beside the train tracks except for one park and its $49 per night, we were not willing to pay that. We did not notice the trains at all, they ran on the other side of the highway and all the way through town. We stayed here in a Truck Camper pulling a trailer(40ft in total) and we did not have to unhook, paid $35+HST high season rate. They can fit Motorcoaches, trailers, tenting area and also have cabins. Local beaches at Herald Park, GlenEcho and Canoe are worth checking out. Lots of activities for families in the area such as water slides, go karts, mini golf, hiking trails, mountain bike trails, horseback riding, boat rentals, etc. We used to live here and come back to visit. We camped at ViewPoint RV Park & Cottages in a Truck Camper.
Date of Stay:
July, 2011 -
We stayed outside the park at Crooked Creek campground until we could get a site at this Townsite. With online reservation fee, came to $67 for 2 nights plus the national park entrance fees over that. Nice, convenient campground but noisy when the park is full. Very good for walking to restaurants,movie theater,shopping but you will still need a vehicle to get to most hiking areas. www.pccamping.ca for reservations Sites are Big-rig friendly. Cellphone reception in the park is awful. Normally very windy. Deer in the park but they can be aggressive with food and pets, don't feed them. We camped at Townsite Campground (Parks Canada) in a Truck Camper.
Date of Stay:
March, 2011 -
Wonderful spot. Very clean, well-maintained, quiet (not beside interstates or freeways but within 2 blocks). Friendly staff, safe, choice of 3 sun heated lounge pools, fitness room, laundry, and community room. "Cork on the wall" Tuesday evenings, you bring a dish/drinks and the resort supplies rest, meet your neighbor night. Within walking,bicycle distance to Kemah Boardwalk, restaurants, grocery. 20mins to Galveston Island,10mins to NASA. Some full-time workers living here, but park monitors sites and noise levels. Sites are all concrete pad, pull thrus will hold coach plus tow vehicle. Very little grass between neighbor. Ask for site away from dog walk as that is busiest area and fills up first. We camped at Marina Bay RV Resort in a Truck Camper.
Date of Stay:
February, 2011 -
Newest campground in New Orleans 6001 France Road. Waterfront on Lake Pontchartrain in gated park. Very friendly and helpful staff. Don't be alarmed as you pull into area. Ship building area. Hot tub, Sun heated pool, fenced pet area, boat ramp, fishing, pool tables, pub service Thurs to Sun, shuttle service to French Quarter $5/person each way, ask about shuttle times, taxi approx. $19 one way. The interstate coming into New Orleans from the east is very bumpy and your cupboard items may shift. Currently have daytime noise in area due to work on a bridge across the lake. Showers were unpredictable with hot water, our only minor complaint. We stayed in a Premium back-in waterfront site with truck/camper with slides and cargo trailer(40'total) and had lots of room. We camped at Pontchartrain Landing in a Truck Camper.