Once again, this year we have spent several relaxing weekends at this RV Park in Sundre. There is little else I can add that I haven't already said. They don't have WiFi because it is cost prohibitive and a pool would also be too costly for the amount of time it would be serviceable. With that said, it is a very relaxing location set in a golf course. The restaurant offers very good food and you can get WiFi there. This year both the golf course and the RV park suffered extensive flood damage in June, just prior to the busiest part of their season. Both have now fully re-opened and are repairing the damage caused. The services at the RV park work as flawlessly as ever and do not appear to have suffered too badly. Some of the roads in the park have been damaged and the asphalt has been washed away in several places. On the same note, the township road leading to the campground was also damaged but has been temporarily repaired by the town using gravel. We will continue to use this park for our weekend breaks. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This year we spent several weekends camping at Coyote Creek RV Resort, all of which were very enjoyable. The staff remain committed to the resort and are always pleasant, welcoming and helpful. All of the utilities work well with no surges in power or fluctuations in water pressure. The location of these are correctly placed at each site which are all large enough to accommodate the largest of rigs including the 45' class A coaches. Showers, washrooms and laundry facilities are spotlessly clean and easily accessible for those with mobility problems. Each site has its own, purpose built brick fire ring and wood is only $10 for a very large load. The site is relaxing and peaceful, even when full. I guess the only downside is their lack of Wi-Fi but with a shared data plan on the phone and ipad I was able to overcome this and check my emails. The rate reflects the daily rate, including tax and the GS discount. We will continue to use this location for our short weekend getaways. I would also recommend this as a location for those traveling to, or from Alaska. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This RV resort is now a Good Sam member and the price reflects the GS discount. Once again this year we have stayed several times at this resort for our weekend breaks. The staff are very friendly and will do whatever they can to make your stay an enjoyable experience. On our most recent stay we were given a site in phase III and not the usual rental side. This was the best space we have ever had. The fire pit is nicely esconsed into the trees, making it nice and private. The roads have recently been resurface with crushed gravel and bitumen making them feel more like a road than a gravel track. The site was pretty full but remained quiet. The washrooms remained spotlessly clean, despite the high number of visitors. Everything else is much as I have previously reported. We will continue to enjoy our short breaks by returning to this location. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We have stayed at this RV resort several times this year and will be returning before it closes for the winter. The rate indicated is the daily rate with no discounts but does include tax (5%). The washrooms and showers are spotlessly clean and easily accessible to the wheelchair disabled. The laundry is clean and tidy. The staff are friendly and welcoming but do not pester you during your stay. All of the sites are large, gravel and level. The water, electric and sewer connections all work perfectly. Earlier in the year I discovered an RV dealership in town that is good for those annoying last minute replacement parts you find you need after de-winterizing your (my) trailer too early. The $8 price for fire pit wood provides sufficient wood to fuel several fires and still have some left over. The RV Resort is very quiet: no trains, highway noise or nightclubs and bars nearby, only the very occasional light aircraft. We will definitely return here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This resort is in the middle of Coyote Creek Golf Course, Sundre, Alberta. There are 40 very large camp sites, all capable of accommodating big rigs. The sites are level and made up of compacted gravel. Each site is serviced by sewer, water and 50 amp electric. Each site has also a purpose built brick fire pit. Wood is available for $8 per load. A shuttle service operates between the site and the Golf Club house. I would have scored this as a full 10 if there was a pool and the course offered a discount for RVers. The staff are very helpful and accommodating. The site is peaceful and relaxing. Wash rooms, showers and laundry are all spotless. Washing machines and dryers $2 per load. The nearby town of Sundre offers several local shops for groceries. Access is easy on well maintained roads. The nearby local airport operate light aircraft but this did not affect us in any way. This is our second visit to this resort and we will return for more. All rates are in Canadian $ and include GST. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very nice resort in the foothills of Alberta. The owners and staff are excellent, the grounds and washrooms are spotless. The sites are large with a lot of space between sites, most sites are in the open so you have a fantastic view. The sites are gravel and you also have a green grass on your site. I give the park 9 out of 10, I would give it 10/10 but there is one problem. The resort has a lot of large dogs and some of the owners of these dogs are forgetting about the leash rule in the resort so if you have little doggy you have to be careful here. We will return. We camped here in a Motorhome.