Nice park with decent sized sides in a woody area. Only complaints are the dust (which they can solve with more gravel) and the highway noise (which is out of their hands as there are lots of oil/gas trucks going up/down the road). Seems to be mostly perms but park is kept quiet, just means lots of people wanting to do laundry on weekends. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A Good Sam's park it is at the top!!! Just bought by an energetic young couple, it is the cleanest we've ever been in. As a Marine would say, "It's squared away". Large rig friendly with shaded spots? Has full hook-ups to offer. Electric and Water fine. Has a good clean laundry facility, small store and ice cream! Does have a section of about 30 workers who are neat and quiet or they are out! The owners surveyed each spot and are working to improve them, like cleaning out brush and trees that might make parking a little tricky. A good place to visit or tour Grand Prairie from. We stayed 3 nights and would definitely return! Dodge 2500 and 35" Winnebago Raven 5th Wheel. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
First impression of this place was not good. The staff was cold and unfriendly. Though I had request a 50A site months previously and had paid for a 50A site, the one we were assigned and drove to (#5) was 30A. Returned to the office and was met with a very unfriendly attitude by 2 employees. A great number of semi-permanent campers here, all surrounded by knee-high grass. The advertised RV power wash has been taken out of service by new owners. Would not recommend this place! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed here only one night on our way to the Alaskan Highway. There is a short cut to town where there is a Costco and Walmart SuperCenter. The gravel sites are a little close but average for this trip. There is only one shower building in the park, but it is large and immaculate. The Wi-Fi was strong. We found this to be a good value for the area. The price we paid is with the Good Sam discount. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Stayed here overnight. Sites are gravel with more mud than gravel in some. Rain did not help. Hard to level. Staff was decently friendly at front desk. Super clean restrooms and laundry room. They were able to exchange US dollars for Canadian coins for laundry. Wi-Fi was slow but worked most of the time. Area to walk pets a plus. Campground was overall quiet however the road was noisy with tractor trailers zooming by. Would stay here again for just a short time. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We and four other permanent tenants packed up and left after only one month. New owners had no respect for tenant's privacy and RV units. New owner was opening and looking in tenant's RV units constantly. Everyday it was very noisy as the owner was steady grading the roads and driving a quad. We were horrified as we witnessed the owner disconnect several RV unit's white water hose and use for the plugged sewer drains and then reconnect white water hose back to RV unit's. Most expensive RV Park in Grande Prairie and unfortunately very poorly operated and managed. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here only one night on our way to the Alaskan Highway. It is a little far into downtown Grand Prairie if you wanted to visit the city. The sites are screened from one another with trees and green space - very pleasant. There is only one shower building in the park, but it is large and immaculate. The laundry was also very clean and cost only $2 a machine, which seems inexpensive in the Canadian Rockies area. The WiFi was consistently strong so we were even able to make phone calls with the Sykpe system. We found this to be a good value for the money. The price we paid is with the Good Sam discount. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have a 43' and the front desk said it was a large pull through and that our tow car didn't need to be dropped. Not true. Between the tree stump, the trees, the light post and the 4' metal pole we had to drop the tow and maneuver the motorhome around substantially. Getting in was tight, getting out was tighter. Trees everywhere, and tight curves inside the park. Would not have wanted to be a 45' trying to maneuver in this park. TV and Wi-Fi worked well. We didn't use any of the facilities other than electric hook-up. About five miles to Safeway. No real area to hook up tow car on the way out, as the exit is where the dump station sits. On the plus side, they have nice flat gravel sites with a car wash and RV wash for a fee. Park was clean, well cared for and highway noise was not a problem. We camped here in a Motorhome.
About five miles south of Rt 43 in Grand Prairie. If you're heading to AK, the downtown traffic to contend with, but not bad. Owner provided great info on trip north: he's been about everywhere. Many long-termers, but it was quiet, friendly, and clean. Gravel sites fairly level, but a lot of sewer hookups "uphill." Water was good. TV and WiFi was good. Restrooms and showers outstanding. Good place to stay if you're in the area for a few days. We'd stay here again. Rate does NOT reflect Good Sam. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Pulled in just for the night on the way to Alaska. It is a short 5 miles south of the main route 43, but easy to find. I got a back in site, easy fit. Too early for water and sewer to be turned on, but dump station open and water available at the front office. Very nice check-in people, very helpful. I will stay here again. Good Sam park and price shows with discount. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Although tight, we were able to get all 4 slides out, but not the awning. It was somewhat tight with the tow vehicle and we had to pull out prior to hooking up. The RV personnel were very friendly and would help with directions for any activities you wanted or needed. This town was larger then we expected and had a Costco if needed. We did not use the bathroom/shower area, but it they are kept up like the property was, I'm sure they would be clean. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very friendly staff. Long pull throughs that are fairly level, treed, and some grass. Limited pet area; although, the park is pet friendly. Kind of close to the neighbors but not too bad. Hookups and cable TV in good condition. The RV/car wash is a plus. Limited convenience store. It's a little dusty but that's due to roads being gravel/dirt in the park as well as access to the park. Free Wi-Fi for the first 24 hours; reasonable rates after that. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the nicest park we have stayed in in our two months on the road. It is beautifully landscaped and also has natural landscaping such as wild roses, trees and yes a few weeds but they are not a problem being part of the natural landscape. The sites are very long, we are approximately 60 feet long and when unhooked still had plenty of room left on the site. It is clean, well maintained, and the staff is super friendly and helpful. Laundry, cable and Wi-Fi worked great! Private showers and restrooms immaculately clean! It was worth driving the few extra miles and spending the extra money to come here. We have paid a lot more for bad campgrounds which had nothing. Would definitely come back and would recommend it to others. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Rate for 30 amp site with Good Sam discount. Large area to park when registering in office. Our site was a gravel pull through and not level. Steady rain caused some standing water in some sites. Our neighbor's table was up against our utilities post which seemed kind of strange. All the pull throughs were full hookup with the perimeter back-ins having power and water. Cable TV had about a dozen channels. Wi-Fi available through subscription; which I was unable to get a connection. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very roomy pull-through sites. First time we've had cable TV since North Dakota: nice. Staff very friendly and helpful. They have a RV and car power wash on-site. Reasonably close to the center to town. We would definitely stay here when coming through Grande Prairie again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Internet was listed in Woodalls for this park, but when we got here it was an extra charge. Has a power washer for cars and rigs at $1.00 a minute. Has lots of trees and shade. Laundry was $2.00 to wash. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The roads, although gravel, were perfect; the sites were roomy with nice shade trees. Our pull-through was easy to get into and level. The smallish playground was fun: my kids loved it. The bathrooms were modern and spotless: easily the cleanest of any RV park where I’ve stayed. The staff were friendly and helpful. They filled our propane tank, even though they don’t normally do that on Sundays. The lady at the front desk (a full-time RVer) recommended that we buy The Milepost before we got on the Alaska Highway, and we used it constantly on the trip. The front office was a large and classy chalet with great coffee (for a loony). I don’t give many 10s, but everything about the place was first rate. We got the Good Sam rate. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very well maintained and clean campground. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Easy on and off highway and easy to find. The interior roads are gravel and well maintained. Sites are mainly pull throughs, gravel, level with adequate space between that is mainly bushes and trees. Sites are long enough for our big rig. Bathrooms immaculate. The above price reflects a discount but doesn't show the extra $10 we paid for Wi-Fi service: pretty steep, I think, for 24 hours only. We would probably stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Really a nice place. Owner lives on site and is actively involved. Staff was extremely helpful and very pleasant all the time. Cable has 4 Canadian stations and the 4 major US networks. What a novel idea. RV pressure wash available on site. Sites are wooded and level. Good wi-fi coverage but there is a fee for it. There is a Costco and Walmart in town. If you are on your way to Alaska be sure to stay here We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice friendly people but very unorganized and not much help when asking for help. We were charged for a 30 amp service in an overflow field that was stuffed with vehicles and only a 15 amp service, which then turned into a mud bog after raining. Not a place you could call home. So we left and went to another. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I have used this park often in the past while traveling to/from Alaska. The park is now full of long-term residents with few spaces available to overnight travelers (a problem for Alberta and British Columbia travelers). Friendly greeting at check-in. Lots of vehicle noise from residents leaving the area beginning at 4 am. The biggest negative issue is the Wi-Fi. You have access to Wi-Fi at your site but it is SLOW. Upon check-in, I explained that I teach college courses and really needed access to reliable internet service for a couple of hours. It took me over two hours to send/receive three e-mails. This is not an isolated issue. I had similar issues on my visit in April 2012. The positive is the ability to use satellite TV. Due to the poor Wi-Fi and vehicle noise, I will not stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is somewhat hard to find, and the last couple of blocks is on a very muddy pothole-ridden road. Once you get into the park, however, it is very nice. The person in the office that we dealt with was very nice. Spaces were spacious and level. WiFi was not free. We would stay here again if the weather was dry. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The staff was very friendly and accommodating. I believe we were early in their season as they were busy making upgrades etc. The cons were: it was dusty, we were plagued by mosquitoes and couldn't use the firewood we bought, and there were mostly permanent sites, some of which could have been better. The site was level and we had good hookups. Wi-Fi was free for an entire day and since we stayed there two days, we received two days free. Only one computer could be logged in at a time though. The location is great for this growing town. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice RV park off the beaten path. Very quiet. Spaces are roomy with small trees between each site. No problem for large trailers or coaches. There are a few long term occupants but all sites are clean and well maintained. The folks at the front desk were friendly and very helpful. The only negative was the Wi-Fi. You get a coupon for one free hour on a commercial provider and then pay after that. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Enjoyed our stay. What a beautiful RV Park. They have planted many trees over the years and makes for lovely shade and scenery. Not many trees around Grande Prairie so this was a nice treat. Staff were excellent and facilities were above expectations. They also have weekly and monthly rates. Many of their guests have been here for months and some years. Our site was easy access, level and close to the shower and laundry facilities. They have propane on site and a convenience store as well as an RV wash bay. A nice country feel. They also have a corn maze which we enjoyed. I would highly recommend staying here and we will be back. I noticed the neighboring RV park has a big competition sign with lower rates, but I will say we took a drive over and it is not near the park as this one. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
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Sites are big with updated hookups. This place does have some wacky rules (see review rating of 1), but they must have new mgmt running the place. The women who checked us in was wonderful and the man running the office was also very friendly. It is the owner who made the rules, he was around but seemed to keep out of the day to day affairs. Rules: no ATV's or Motorcycles, no mud left on site, $100 fines for trash left or dog doo, remove outdoor footware in bathrooms and laundry room. Some are ok, but the overall impression is not of a friendly place. Plus the gravel road was pretty bad, but very quiet once you got here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park is relatively new and it appears they are upgrading the landscaping. Staff was very friendly offering horse drawn wagon rides of kids of all ages. The only negative was the poor directions to reach the park. Following the signs coming from East led a 5 mile ride down gravel road. Easier entry from the West end of town. A little pricey. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice campground with huge pull-through sites that can easily handle any size BIG RIG. There was a gravel road going to the park for the last 1/2 mile or so, but I didn't think it was that bad. They do have a big wash bay in case you want to wash your motorhome or toad. I would stay here again if in the area. It's close to town and not far out of the way if your are on the way to Alaska. I found the staff very hospitable, they even called around town to locate a place for me to get an item I needed. We weren't even given a list of rules, so I'm not sure what's up with the first review of the place. We camped here in a Motorhome.
There was a terrible gravel road to get to the campground. They are big sites, all gravel, and no trees. Too many fulltimers there. The showers were pay showers and clean. Wifi also had a fee. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have traveled all over North America and stayed in countless RV parks and campgrounds. This was by far the least hospitable park we have visited. We found the owners, rude and nosy. Honestly they just didn't seem like they really wanted visitors to their property. The rules were ridiculous and they would come up with new and odd rules every day. We felt more like prisoners than guests. The park roads were extremely muddy and they expected guests to pick up mud that was dropped by their vehicles. All in all it was an unpleasant stay. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Immaculate park. Most of the occupants are here for long term, probably working in the oil/gas field, but the park is well-maintained. Roads are all asphalt, sites have privacy fences between each, and each has an asphalt pad with a table on it. Fifty amp service was dependable, and Wi-Fi was great. They seem to have repeaters every 100' or so. The staff is friendly, the store well-stocked, and the laundry room clean. Particularly nice is the soccer field in the rear of the park with an asphalt running track around it. This is a first class operation and we'd stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed 3 nights while touring area. Wi-Fi was excellent. Park is new with all streets currently being paved. Sites are packed gravel but understand they are planning on concrete pads. I was informed that Country Roads RV Park next door, is owned by the same individual. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very tidy, clean park. They were paving while we were here and the place looks great. Nice pull through spots: didn't have to disconnect our 40 footer from the tow. The internet connection was iffy, but that's the only thing we had a problem with. Great place, I'd recommend it on your way to Alaska! We camped here in a Motorhome.
The owners were very friendly and helpful, they went out of their way to make you feel at home. This is the first time we've stayed here but on our return from Alaska we'll stop here again. The other RV Park close by is quite a lot higher in price and the sites are closer together than here. For a park that's only 3 years old they have really done a lot and have more plans in store. Their WiFi is GREAT and it's free. If you're going through Grand Prairie by all means stop here you'll be glad you did. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The rate is with a coupon for $5. off. The campground is great for big rigs, plenty of room. Overall the campground is great, its the road in and if it rains. The road about 3 miles on dirt and the roads in the campground turned to mud when it rained. A real mess especially if you have pets. The owners very friendly. We would not stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Even though the park does not encourage workers to stay here, it is still one popular park. If you want a full hookup be prepared to make a reservation. Even this late in the season there were none available and we had to get a power and water site. Our site (#25) actually has a lovely view of the lake. It was a paved back-in that required leveling blocks. A table was included with the site. The electric pedestal has a built in extension cord so no worries about hooking up. However, an extra water hose may be required depending how far back the rig is on the site. The section we were in has playground equipment inside the road loop. No cable TV, but found 1 channel off the antenna. Wi-Fi has been recently upgraded and it has more controls on it for usage metering. I encountered a problem hooking up with my computer's internal antenna and used my Hawking dish to access the internet. Internet access was pretty fast and consistent at first, but got bogged down by users during the evening and inclement weather. This is still my favourite RV park in Grande Prairie and will continue to come back even if I don't get a full hookup. We camped here in a Motorhome.
At first look, $40 is a lot for what it is until what does not cost extra is considered. No extra for WiFi. Laundry was inexpensive. Biggest plus is that you can wash your RV onsite here at no extra charge. For anyone caked in mud returning from Alaska, this is greatly appreciated. The only grumble is that it could be signed better. Coming in off the highway we missed the turn & wound up going the wrong way in a one way system. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a clean campground with paved roads and campsites. There is an adjacent hike & bike trail suitable for cycling, walking, or running. A nearby bridge on the travel goes over a body of water with wildlife. A nearby park adds a good place to walk with a dog. The utilities and Wi-Fi worked well. Nearby are several opportunities for shopping and dining. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Having been here before we knew the only sites available would be the electric and water ones, the full hookup sites being reserved months ago. The campground is divided into three sections. In the center are the full hookups, north side are long pull-throughs for bigger rigs, and south side where smaller units have back-ins. Our site was a not very level paved back-in with 30 amp power. Something new from the last time we were here is the addition of extension cords at some of the sites. Unfortunately our site extension cord had a problem and had to be removed. We had our own extension cord, so we were still able to hook up okay. No cable TV, but 3 channels off the antenna. Wi-Fi had a strong signal. Good enough for Skype phone calls. The campground is situated in a large park that has walking paths to the tourist information centre and down along the creek. We would stay here again as it is conveniently located close to the town and has a playground where our grand kids can play while visiting us. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Site an unlevel paved back-in. Power and water only as all the full hookups reserved months in advance by seasonals. Our section had short sites compared to the pull through section, but it was quieter. Also tow vehicles had to park on the driveway loop which made maneuvering into some sites a challenge. The campground is next to a reservoir and a trail leads to a large park and the visitor center. We managed to get 3 TV channels off our antenna. Wi-Fi was strong. Campground provides a code for access. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice staff. Clean facilities. We arrived on a weekend, without reservations, and we got the last site. (Reservations are recommended here.) Strong Wi-Fi signal. View of lake. Nice playground. Only drawbacks - traffic noise from the adjacent Hwy 43 Bypass, and the transients who sleep by the lake and come into the campground to steal things. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
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. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
For a Provincial it seemed that the sites were very dirty with garbage. It seems that the Government has forgot about this little gem not investing any money into this well used campground. Sections A and C have power but only C is reservable and some sites in B but no services there. Bathrooms are dated and so are the kids' parks. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.