This is a small campground with many construction people but is overlooking beautiful wheat fields and is close to Regina. If you want 50 amps, ask for A9 or if you have a satellite dish, or A1 if you like shade. Pull-throughs are adequate and pretty level. I don't use the restrooms so cannot judge them. Owner is very nice and helpful. Good spot for visiting Regina. Exit off highway is tricky if you are coming from the east. Ask for clarification when you make reservation. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It was easy to find, and clearly marked from the highway, but the highway noise was a bit much for a tent. The showers weren't the cleanest/nicest I've used in a campground, but the owner was very nice and the site was a good size. If the showers were better cared for, I'd give this a much higher rating. We camped here in a Tent.
This park is convenient to the town, easy to find, well-marked, and in a fairly attractive location: surrounded by fields. It’s a nice place to overnight, but I wouldn’t want to stay here long term. The pull-through slot was fairly wide, but we had to do some fancy driving to dodge a steel post as we pulled into the slot. Our slot and the majority of those in the park had nice shade trees, but some slots at the back were stark. The playground is small and intended for pre-schoolers. The bathhouse was clean but run down. To get a key to the bathroom, you must pay a $5 deposit, which is returned at check-out. This is an expensive park for what you get, and they charge extra for children. Since they have few amenities for children, that seems excessive. Our rate is a little tricky to explain: $30/night minus a 10% Good Sam discount ($27). Then, the park charged $2/child extra. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The Wi-Fi in this park is a joke. It does not work at any of the sites. You have to go to the laundry room and sit at one of 2 uncomfortable desks. There is construction equipment scattered around a few of the sites. Many of the sites slope so severely that you must use boards. 50 amps is $6 extra. All in all I would not stay ere again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were very pleased with this park. It is small and has some shade trees (which is difficult to find in the prairies). Friendly office staff, clean, and enjoyed the little extras such has complimentary breakfast (bagels/toast), free movie loaning library and my girls even got some popcorn to go with their movie. We stayed at the alternative park in Regina which we found very crowded! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed for 9 days in our 5er. RV Park is clean and neat. Wi-Fi service was good when we first checked in and then quit working the 3rd day. The staff did not believe us that it was not working, and only 2 days later after numerous complaints they finally checked into it and found there to be a problem. The location can be quite noisy at times as it is along side of the Trans Canada Highway; if you do not mind this aspect it is an OK place to stay. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The whole CG is on a gentle slope. Most sites need to be regraded. WIFI does not work anywhere near CG wide. Traffic noise from Trans Canada is constant. We would stay again, but only for an overnight again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Excellent park, road in was a bit muddy as it rained quite heavy the day we arrived. However we were told the road would be paved within 2 weeks, this will make for a lot better access. Very clean facilities and friendly staff. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very nice park with both pull-throughs and back-ins. Free WiFi, but it is accessible only at sites in the vicinity of the office. High quality 50 amp power. Both shaded and open sites are available. Clean, new laundry shares space with the location of the free toast, bagels, and coffee in the morning. Very pleasant staff and beautifully maintained grounds. It appears that they are remodeling the buildings. We will definitely make this our stopping place in Regina. $17.24 CN was the Passport America rate for a full hookup 50 amp pull-through site. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stopped just for the 1 night. Is a decent campground; however, it is very close to the main highway and there was a lot of traffic noise, especially the truck jake brakes. Thankfully after 11:00 pm the traffic noise reduced. The site we were in with 30 amp service would drop down to as low as 109 volts. Just be aware of the power. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Park was easy to find with GPS coordinates. Office staff friendly but not very knowledgeable about available services. We were charged full price even though water and sewer not available. Dump station easy to access but does not accommodate tanks with flush systems. 30 amp dropped to 112 VAC in the morning when everyone had their electric heaters operating. Wi-Fi strong and fast. Park was almost full with many permanent guests. Would stay here again if water and sewer was operational. We camped here in a Motorhome.
30 amp power pedestals have only one female plug. There was little voltage drop even when I was using 3400 watts. The Wi-Fi worked well, but the park is not exactly bursting full with clients at the moment. Showers are $2.00 for 8 minutes. Laundry was $2 for the washer and $2.25 for the drier. Both areas were clean. The water system is off for the winter, but there is a dump site and a way to refill with fresh water. They have a "thing" about not parking on the grass. Staff were friendly and easy to work with. Roads and pads seem to be in good condition. They charge $1 less for a 15 amp site, and $2 more for a 50 amp site. Snow removal on the roads was done promptly. There is a small store in the office with convenience type foods. I will stay here again. Office hours in the winter are from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I found the campground using my GPS and it was accurate and easy to find. The staff we encountered was friendly and very helpful. Great DVD lending library. The campground is physically a bit tired and apparently does lease out some space in the rear to some individuals with pick-up trucks. The site we stayed in was extremely spacious. Despite its proximity to Route 1, the noise was not an issue. Extremely practical if visiting Regina. We would return if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The lack of a physical address to input into a GPS made the location difficult to find. There was confusion when we arrived, the site we were assigned was already taken. The clerk on the desk did not seem to know what he was doing and did not really seem to care. The sites are close together and to get to them you needed to traverse lots of potholes. The WiFi kept dropping out or was extremely slow. The location is good for a short visit to Regina. We spent two nights at this site. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campsite is just at the edge of town, and a very nice and clean campground. Very clean and well kept. Wifi was good and had no problems. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We got the last spot on a Friday night prior to 4th of July. The site was a back in but was easy to get into, with nice grass area and picnic table on the site. It was full hookup. The restrooms were clean and large. The showers were $, 1 loonie for 8 minutes I think. It did seem that there were a lot of seasonal or local weekend visitors in the park. As busy as it was, it was not noisy and it is far enough away from the road that road noise was not an issue. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
All the campgrounds in the area were full so we had to take this one with water and 15 amps. 15 amps wouldn't even keep our refrigerator going, so we were on generator and inverter over nite. The transient sites are around the perimeter which provides a little breathing room in a rather tight layout. The space between the sites is nice grass with a picnic table. The Wi-Fi was pitiful and wouldn't hold the Internet. Most of the sites were occupied by local workers. Would not stay here again unless desperate like we were this time. $30 was steep for an over nite with water! We camped here in a Motorhome.
The campground was neat and very clean. The only thing is we could not put our mat out on the grass. The sites were very close together. The washrooms and showers were very clean. The campground is very close to the highway and was a bit noisy. This campground is good if you were staying for a short while. The owners were very accommodating. We will stay here again for a night. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Site was a gravel back-in with electric and water only as all the sewer sites were for monthly residents. Games room has a couple of computers which have a requested limit of 15 minutes for each user. WiFi worked well from the games room as I did not trust it working well enough from our site. No cable and the local TV was good on a couple of channels only. Laundry has four washers and five dryers and they are used a lot. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for 4 days. Don't bother staying unless you need a quick overnight stay with a shower. If you have a shower in your rig, then boondock in the Wal-mart parking lot across the hiway. The bad: Wi-Fi was not working. The waterslides and race track mentioned on website have been closed for years and are overgrown with grass and weeds. Our site was under water as it rained the day before. They overbooked the campground: placed tenters on our site and charged us both the full rate for each day. No campfires are allowed. The campground was full of huge RV's but was deserted. Seems trade workers stay here while working in remote areas. There was nothing for the kids to do. The good: They had clean bathrooms and showers. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
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I would echo the other comments below. We also had the added adventure of torrential thunderstorms that left our two sites (27 and 28) under 6 to 8 inches of standing water. While the ownership was not responsible, they never asked how we were doing either. The Wi-Fi also never worked and they seemed to tire of being asked why. It appears that they have been waiting on "the network guy" to come out to fix it for quite a while. Maybe all summer. If I had to stay a night here, I would, but no longer than that. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The campground is located on the east side of Regina on the Trans Canada Highway 1 so quite a lot of road noise. Signage to campground good but junction to turn down service road to campground a little confusing so watch for sign. Limited area to park and register. Office staff efficient and friendly but only take cash or check. Access road to sites wide but could do with a some maintenance in places. Flat wide sites with full hook-up with some shade mainly back-ins. Have electricity and water sites at back which are large, flat and wide but only have 15 amps and no shade. Very hot when we were in Regina and 50 amp electricity was not very stable. Water pressure good. WiFi good. A compact and very busy campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good park adjacent to freeway. 50 amp sites were back-ins. Plenty of room for big rigs. Free WiFi that worked well at our site, which was a long way from the office. Pleasant staff. I would stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.