No one in the office so it was self registration. Our site (14) was a gravel pull-through that was fairly level. Utility hookups worked fine, but had to use an extension cord for the electrical. It had a picnic table and a fire grill as well. Cable TV had to be ordered through a Cable Club. No OTA TV channels found. Wi-Fi worked fine most times although I did get bumped off one time. Some of the sites had the grass cut while others needed mowing. Friendly campground manager later dropped by to see if we needed anything. Alberta Visitor Information Centre nearby. I would come back again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
City-owned campground with shaded, full and partial-hookup, back-in and pull-thru sites. New, very clean restrooms, good WiFi, but poor cable TV. Very friendly manager, but does not live on-site so frequently out of the office. Heavily used and some long-term RVers. Adjacent to river and golf course. We would definitely stay there again and would recommend as an overnight stop after crossing the border from Montana. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Rate is winter daily rate for 30 amp back-in site. Central water outlets are turned off in winter, a very limited number of sites, the first 7 on the campground road, have electric. Outlets are near the front of these back-in sites and many people need to use some type of additional extension cord to reach the outlet. Gravel roads and sites with plenty of trees. Some overhanging branches make for a tight fit in bigger rigs, but our 38' MH maneuvered without difficulty. Several sites are located near the river, but most are further back. This is the only camping option near the park and we would stay here again if returning to visit the petroglyphs. We camped here in a Motorhome.