1 Park near Fort Macleod, Alberta
Aug 2015 - $38.00
This is a park in serious need of a clean-up. There are junk or storage car/trucks everywhere. Doesn't deserve the good rating in Woodalls 2015. Nice river at back but really no way to access or sit by unless you are adventurous to climb a rocky dike. Piles of broken equipment, tables and all around junk. Electric sites are packed in like sardines. Still they allowed campfires if you paid, so the place was smoke-filled into the night. Site 46 with just 15 amps - no water or sewer, but nice shade to back into, but watch low tree branches. - FlyEasternAir
Jul 2015 - $43.00
Since there aren't a lot of options in the area as far as other campgrounds, you kind of have to make do with this place. Older park, a lot of upgrades are needed: water connections was leaking bad and creating a huge puddle in the back of the site, electric hookup was scary (closed my eyes and prayed for the best when I hooked up), sewer connection is in a chunk of concrete that is broken, therefore leaking odours...
Lots ans lots and lots of traffic, no one cares about the speed limit, and they don't enforce it... Playground is an accident waiting to happen...
But since there aren't any other campground nearby, I guess this is what you're stuck with. Staff are very helpful and friendly though.
Laundromat needs major cleanup and upgrade. - Merveilleuse
Jul 2015 - $47.00
We had a back-in near the office. Wifi was slow, lots of use. Older park with lots of permanent residents. Nice pool. I would go back. - retired fireman