We thought this campground was really nice. Set in the coulee and beside the golf course, it has beautiful surroundings. A bit of car noise as golfers enter and exit the parking lot, but not near a highway/airport/train, so we found it to be really quiet. Our 15 amp worked fine for a/c, so not sure if they were running 30 amp through a 15 amp outlet. Other campers ran their a/c as well. No sewer or dump station, but showers and washrooms were adequate, and no fee. Sites are narrow, but long enough for our 40' motorhome. Well maintained grass and trees between sites. This is not meant to be a high-end campground, but a perk of the golf course, as you get a reduced rate at the course (stay & play), so we thought it was great. And the golf course is AWESOME. Executive length, but very challenging and beautiful. We camped here in a Motorhome.
If there were any 30 amp hookups here, we couldn't find them. All we saw was 20 amp with water hookups (no sewer hook ups or dump station). Not ideal on a hot day (couldn't run our air conditioner) but with limited choices in the area and a long day of driving, we decided to stopover. Half of the RV sites back on to the golf course parking lot so you hear all the golf conversations as well as the arming and disarming of car alarms as people come and go, starting early in the morning, The other sites were further from the parking lot in a slightly better location. The paved sites were reasonably level once you got over the hump and parked on the pad. No pull through sites here, all back ins. Washrooms were dated, just a little better than barely useable, a really good cleaning would help a lot! TV reception via antenna was very poor due to the fact the golf course and RV park is in a ravine/valley. No Wi-Fi to be found, even at the club house. Expensive for the little you get. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is right on an 18 hole golf course. Golf and camp fees are really reasonable. Beautiful coulées and old trees. Sites are concrete, back-up only, lots of grass and space between sites, some shade from Russian Olive trees, no sewer and no dump station on site. Some sites have 30amp and some have only 15amp. Get out and see which are which before you park! If you want Wi-Fi, walk toward the clubhouse and you will have access to the unsecured network of the golf course! A great place for a few nights. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This city run RV Park is very clean - grounds, restrooms, office and laundry room. We found it very convenient to downtown Medicine Hat. The shower room even has a heater which is great on cool Spring mornings. The only problem is the fact that the poplar trees are dropping little yellow seed coverings which are sticky and possibly destructive. If they stick to your vehicle's paint, scrub them off immediately! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Peace and quit can be hit and miss. Some stays we've found it to be quiet at night. Other times its been a complete circus at night with teenagers running around and riding bikes until 2 or 3 in the morning. There is a security guard on duty but when I complained about the noise at 1:00 AM the security guard was too scared to say anything to the partiers. The campground is often used by ball teams during summer tournaments. This can be very noisy as they sometimes stay up into the early morning hours drinking and partying. The campground office closes in the evening and you are on your own. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The grounds are well kept and while the sites are fairly close together they are efficient. We had a pull through site looking from a bluff over the town. It was very nice and the reservation and check in process worked well. The WiFi signal was weak. It came and went. I installed a repeater that helped somewhat but it still dropped out. A good stopping point along our trip. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice park, BUT our site was very messy and garbage was smoldering on the fire pit. The first site they gave us had a low overhanging large branch so we couldn't get in that one. Very expensive park as there is an $8 reservation fee added to the rate so our cost was $55 for 1 night. There is not much choice if staying in Medicine Hat. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park. The sites are well separated, the drives are level, all sites are nicely shaded and they now have wireless internet throughout the park. The park is on the east bank of the river, towards the west side of town. There are good signs on the TransCanada highway, on both sides of 6th ave SW. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The first problem is that this is NOT on 1st street, which is downtown. Be sure to ask specifically for directions, but even the verbal directions presume you can see the campground from a restaurant, which you can't, so you still have to drive around for a while "discovering" this area of Medicine Hat. The park itself was nice, although the showers need to have some hooks and "dry" areas for clothes. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Excellent campground. Friendly staff. Very Clean. Great tree coverage. Close to fantastic bike path. All round, highly recommended. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
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Located in city of Medicine Hat and maintained by the municipality. Very nicely treed, room between rigs and terrific walking/hiking trails adjacent. My only complaint was that the 30 amp circuit would not allow my A/C to work on a very hot day. However when we stopped on our return, at a different site all was fine with A/C. Very well maintained family oriented RV park. We will return. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We liked this campground. Other than the aphids (bugs) driving us nuts, but they did not seem to bother other people so maybe it is just us. (We hate ANY and ALL bugs that try and climb in your mouth nose and eyes!) It is a little (just a little, like 1/2 mile) out of the way which is a bonus. Who wants to camp by a highway??? The name is a little deceptive, it did not sound "campgroundy." We thought it might be in the parking lot of a gas station or something. This park would be 10 out of 10 if they made these updates: (1) Wi-Fi: everybody has it these days so why not get with the times. (2) CABLE TV: A lot of campers like to kick back and watch TV late at night when other camper-mates have gone to sleep. (3) A POOL: not really necessary but such a nice park would be AWESOME with a pool. (4) Open the store at 7 am instead of 8 am. A lot of old "fuddy-duddy" campers get up quite early, so a coffee from the store would be nice at 7 am instead of 8 am. On departure day, a lot of travelers are gone by 8 am. Nice park, keep up the good work. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
This is a municipal campground above the river in Medicine Hat. Signage to campground good. Area to park and register. Office staff friendly and efficient. Well maintained paved access roads. Gravel and grass large pull-through flat sites with full hook-ups (30amp). Some tree cover. Electricity was solid and water pressure good. Access to good walking path just outside campground. Expensive for quality of campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The campground was clean and neat; however, the cost of this campground is quite high. The thing we were really disappointed in is the fact they charged us an extra $6.50 for making a reservation. It is not the amount, but the fact that at no time did they inform us of this extra charge at the time of making this reservation. We will not stay at this park again as we felt this was a case of gouging. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nicely shaded RV Park with reasonable grassy separation between sites. Little difficult to find, on south-west corner of the city about half mile south off the TransCanada highway but its worth finding since the alternatives seem to quite poor. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice city-run campground on the north edge of town. We arrived right after they had experienced one of the worst wind storms they had seen in years. Broken branches were everywhere. The campground, however, is very, very nice. Lots of space between sites, lots of trees to provide shade, and quiet and peaceful. The pull-through site we were in, was more than long enough for our 41 foot MH and towed vehicle. if you are going to Medicine Hat, this is the place to be. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice campground with a great playground. Nice office/store/arcade and friendly staff. We stopped through here on a treck across Canada without reservations and ended up in their overflow area, and said we could run the generator anytime. Overflow was in a field next to the campground but accessable only through the campground. Dump station and water were easy to get to from the overflow area. We would stay here on a return visit to this area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We made reservations here in Nov.2013 and was told would have full hookups, 50 amp pull through. When we got there, there was a sign on the trailer, which was also the office, to call this number. We tried, no answer. Finally someone came to the "office" and we were given our space, a nice pull through, but no 50 amp and no sewer. They had given those spots away already. We needed the sewer because we had laundry to do, so the manager suggested we use the neighbors sewer since he wasn't there. We had to go to Walmart and by more sewer hose to connect to his sewer. A poorly run park, but on the upside, it was very clean and well kept. Was okay for the one night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The manager was quite nice and we did have a full hookup; however, if you want Internet you need to park somewhere else than on the back row as it does not work there. It is an ok park fairly close to town with no amenities. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Owners very nice and helpful. We had a choice of sites but only 30 amps. Sites were level gravel. We had problems with the electric and blew it twice. The second time we had to move our connection to a nearby post. Wi-Fi steady and strong. The campground is very close to the tracks but the trains do not blow a horn so you know they're coming but they're not bothersome. It is also next door to a 9 hole executive golf course. It's located just outside of a nice town with lots of amenities. Easy access to dump station. We camped here in a Motorhome.
OK park for an overnight if you don't mind being very close to both the TransCanada Highway and the train track (trains run until at least 1 am and stink if you have the windows open!). Sites were fairly narrow. We stayed at this park because it was one of the only ones we could find in the area that has 50-amp service, but they told us we weren't allowed to do laundry. Not great, since we had to dry camp for almost a week previous. On the plus side, the Wi-Fi worked well. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We found this to be an adequate RV park for a short stay. There are no restrooms or showers, in fact, there are no buildings at all. There are two Porta Potties, but I don't consider them restrooms. The Canadian Pacific runs right next to the park, but if you consider the sound of trains at night to be romantic, this won't be a problem. There are picnic tables at some sites, but only one "community fire ring". Other than the golf course next door, the park offers few ameneties. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Checked in for 1 night with a 45 footer and tow car, and stayed 3 nights. Good base camp for Medicine Hat area and only park in area with 50 amp and Wi-Fi. Wi-Fi works great and owners on site are very friendly. Small golf course next door. Less than 2 miles from major shopping. We had Pizza Hut delivery and it came hot. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A convenient overnight spot close to Highway 1. The CP Rail does run its trains next to the park, but we weren't bothered; we just turned up our A/C and stereo and didn't notice the periodic trains at all. The campground host was very helpful. There's walking paths you can access easily for walking your dog. The mosquitoes were terrible; that could have been from the record rainfall in 2010. Not sure if its like that all the time. If we pass through again we will definitely stay here. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice looking RV Park adjacent to a golf course and the owners are pleasant and helpful. There is no washrooms on site except a porta-pottie which was pretty gross. I didn't notice initially that there is a main CN train line adjacent to this campground the whole campground shakes when it passes at 11:30 pm, and 2:30 AM and 4:30 AM, by 6:30 AM we had enough. I was surprised at all the other good reviews of this site, they must be deaf to not hear the trains going through. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a relatively new small RV Park with rows of angled pull through sites. Gravel roads and drives with grass between. The Wi-Fi is very good but there are no washrooms, no showers and no picnic tables. There is a railroad on one side of the park which can be quite noisy but the highway is a bit further away and not too bad. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Gravel roads and sites, but well drained due to its downhill slope. Most sites have a slight back to front slope but are fairly level side to side. Plenty of room for slides. Friendly staff on arrival and leaving. Very good water pressure. Stayed only one night but would stay longer. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Small and friendly. Accommodates self-contained units only, no showers. Next to a 9-hole golf course. Well groomed and maintained. Stayed here twice (total about 16 days), and will stay again whenever I pass this way. We camped here in a Motorhome.