Date of Stay: June, 2011
Triple G Hideaway is under new ownership again this year. The new owners have done considerable work cleaning up this park, and it was noticeable as soon as I pulled in the driveway. I was met in the driveway by a staff member who took me inside to register and then took me out to my site. The sites are fairly close together, but this seems to be the norm in many of the Alaska Highway campgrounds I've been in. My site was a pull-through, shaded by large trees. The grass is kept trimmed nicely, and the park looks much neater and well-kept than in the past. The food in the restaurant was excellent, and the service very friendly.
Date of Stay: June, 2010
Rotary Campground is conveniently located to Muskoseepi Park, and a number of stores are within walking distance. It's a pleasant little campground right in the city of Grande Prairie, but there is not much noise from the road that goes past. A short walk across the bridge leads to a walking trail through the Muskoseepi Park. The campground is well maintained, and the washrooms are spotless. The host couple who maintain the park are very friendly and helpful, and definitely add to the stay there. All sites have at least power and water, and there are many sites with a fire pits as well. There's a sandy playground for children set right in the middle of the south side of the park. I've always found it a nice place to stay any time I'm in Grande Prairie.