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A sweet little spot to stay right on the north edge of Vulcan. Beautifully treed. Full service. Close to baseball fields, rodeo grounds, and the golf course. Has free wi-fibre, antenna mounted right on roof of shower building :) . Free showers, flush toilets, very clean. I am just sitting outside listening to the breeze through the trees and the odd bird chattering. We will definitely return.

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15amp service, beautiful open view. All outside lots are back in and service free. All inside loop are 15amp and pull through. Located right by the twin valley reservoir and has access to boat ramp, all water sports approved. NOTE: no cell service in campground as it is down in the valley. Service at top of hill 1mi away. Minimal trees. Open to winds coming through the valley.

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15amp service, water and dump at entrance. Fully treed, but beautifully wide lots for slides. Picnic tables and fire pits. Right in the middle of a small community.

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We stayed here for 4 nights. Note : fees are cdn $$ and include taxes. They do have a loop of full service lots; but we chose just power and water. Firewood onsite was costly, bring your own! Met some wonderful people traveling through. A very enjoyable break.

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This is basically a parking lot; very small width (we have slides both sides) but long pull-through sites. No picnic tables. 30 amp, water, sewer, cable. $10 CANADIAN / night. What makes it great is it is right at the border ... if you want to make day trips into USA for shopping or sightseeing the location is perfect!

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Someone went to a lot of trouble designing this park. It has a superior layout; large lots, treed and separated by mainly rows of lilac bushes. Most lots have a view of the water, some are actually on the water. ALL lots have 30 amp and 15 amp service ONLY. Picnic tables and fire pits. The have added Wi-Fi which is indifferent and ineffective "most" of the time. Sewer cleanout and fresh water delivery available on site weekly or at sani dump by entrance. So many "pro's" for this park. Con's : 8km gravel road which is badly potholed coming from both town or Hwy 36. Will definitely return.

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All sites are pull through. Mostly 15amp. Kept blowing the breaker (older park); would have preferred one of the few 30amp services. Beautiful treed lots. Tight fit for slides coming off both sides. Water at sani dump or in central circle of each section. Located right on the Trans Canada Highway so great access when travelling through.

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Right in the center of things in Great Falls Montana. Good location if you are going into the big city for a shopping excursion. But, also an excellent location for walking / hiking. Located right on the river with a paved walking trail; lots of wildlife to entertain the dogs when out on your walk. Friendly staff; excellent amenities. Have returned to this location each year over the last 3 yrs.