Date of Stay: August, 2011
Great park with mature trees and easy beach access for young families. The farthest beach #4 is the best, but its unfortunately a 4km round trip. Some smart people brought their bikes to help the journey, but it is easily walkable. Tent sites were very clean with plentiful water sources nearby. Comfort stations (shower) were very clean. If you're heading to the beach and driving there, plan to arrive early as the day-users fill up the parking lot fast!
Date of Stay: July, 2011
We used the campground only for lodging (tenting) and didn't use any of the amenities. We didn't stray outside the tent section of the park. The campsites were well-kept and shaded. Unfortunately, there seems to be little staff at the park to deal with excessive drunkenness and noise issues, which were wildly abundant. This isn't a young family-friendly campground. Bring earplugs if you're a light sleeper. The bathrooms were filthy. We showered and got cleaned up at Awenda Provincial Park which had much better facilities (I can't believe I said that!). One shock we had upon arrival is there is no potable water to drink in the park: BRING YOUR OWN! We stayed in this park perhaps 8 years ago and it was in much better condition then. It is now under new ownership/management. We won't be returning here.