Very nice campground. Very clean, level sites. Helpful staff. The laundry room is immaculate. It's quiet, but not far off the main road. The only problem (not their fault) was that the road from route 43 was closed due to construction and we had to make our way around the back side. Internet was the best we had in a long time. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very clean and well maintained. Friendly check-in. Level sites. Full hookup. Quite a few construction workers but many other available sites. They leave for work starting about 4:30...a problem only if you sleep with windows open. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an immaculate park. The laundry room is the cleanest I have seen. We didn't use the rest rooms or showers but I understand from other campers that they are exceptionally clean also. The sites are spacious. The hostess is very friendly. We were able to get satellite signal & there is WiFi. Lots of long term guests (people working on the roads) but they are in a separate area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice large and level gravel sites. Clean, well maintained, and friendly. Nice restrooms and showers. The only negative is the Wi-Fi did not reach all sites. The rate shown is Good Sam's. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Large, level gravel sites. Lots of space. Clean, well maintained. About 3/4 mile off the highway on a good gravel road. Rate shown is Good Sam's. Free firewood, but the only fire rings I saw are community style over by the tent area. Nice, quiet stopover. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We were trying to reach Grand Prairie but due to a sudden snowstorm needed to stop here. A woman operating a campground in Grand Prairie referred us to this campground, which is about a mile off the main highway via a decent gravel road. We arrived in 2 inches of snow & left in 4 inches of snow!!! Used Good Sam card here. Pull-through site. Manager said she had a lot of cancellations due to the snow so I think she was glad we stopped. This was the beginning of the Victoria Day holiday in Canada. We camped here in a Motorhome.
91 large, mostly level gravel sites with lots of trees between them. All but two sites are back-ins. Forty of the sites have 15/30 amp power. Power was weak; a 10-amp load dropped the voltage below 100 VAC. We had a lakeside site. There were children's playgrounds in each of the three loops. Central dump and water. Coin operated showers. Big rig accessible, especially in the Big Horn Loop. Free firewood. Very quiet. Several very gentle walking trails. A beautiful park that we were extremely glad to find. Non-electric sites are $20CN, electric are $26CN. We camped here in a Motorhome.