4 RV Parks near Medicine Hat, Alberta
Oct 2017 - $48.00
WAY TOO EXPENSIVE FOR A BASIC PARKING LOT. Pull through was barely long enough for our 36' motorhome. Site was right next to the neighbors car. - Coy R
Sep 2017 - $39.00
This is a basic RV park convenient to the highway and Medicine Hat. We had a full hookup site but were not permitted to use the RV's washing machine. The wifi was good. We had decent signal strength on our US based Verizon phones. Direct TV satellite reception was great, no OTA stations came in. The on site camp host was pleasant and easy to work with. No fires were permitted due to a burn ban being in place. The train tracks are near by but the trains do not blow their whistles near the campground so this a non issue. I like that the picnic tables had wheels on them so they were easy to move. Sites are small. We have a 40 ft rig and just fit the spot, had to park the jeep on the road. - Bonnie Lee
Oct 2016 - $37.00
There's nothing special about this park. Basic gravel campsites with trees around perimeter of park. No fire pits. If you have a washer/dryer in your RV or trailer, you are not allowed to use them. The campsite we stayed at only had water and electricity, but full hook-up was available at some sites. Railroad is close by and trains go by frequently. For an overnight stay with no other options available, it's okay. On the plus side, Wi-Fi is decent. - 2_Alaskans
Sep 2013 - $30.00
We thought this campground was really nice. Set in the coulee and beside the golf course, it has beautiful surroundings. A bit of car noise as golfers enter and exit the parking lot, but not near a highway/airport/train, so we found it to be really quiet. Our 15 amp worked fine for a/c, so not sure if they were running 30 amp through a 15 amp outlet. Other campers ran their a/c as well. No sewer or dump station, but showers and washrooms were adequate, and no fee. Sites are narrow, but long enough for our 40' motorhome. Well maintained grass and trees between sites. This is not meant to be a high-end campground, but a perk of the golf course, as you get a reduced rate at the course (stay & play), so we thought it was great. And the golf course is AWESOME. Executive length, but very challenging and beautiful. - mjac
Jul 2012 - $30.00
If there were any 30 amp hookups here, we couldn't find them. All we saw was 20 amp with water hookups (no sewer hook ups or dump station). Not ideal on a hot day (couldn't run our air conditioner) but with limited choices in the area and a long day of driving, we decided to stopover. Half of the RV sites back on to the golf course parking lot so you hear all the golf conversations as well as the arming and disarming of car alarms as people come and go, starting early in the morning, The other sites were further from the parking lot in a slightly better location. The paved sites were reasonably level once you got over the hump and parked on the pad. No pull through sites here, all back ins. Washrooms were dated, just a little better than barely useable, a really good cleaning would help a lot! TV reception via antenna was very poor due to the fact the golf course and RV park is in a ravine/valley. No Wi-Fi to be found, even at the club house. Expensive for the little you get. - User2467
Aug 2007 - $28.00
This park is right on an 18 hole golf course. Golf and camp fees are really reasonable. Beautiful coulées and old trees. Sites are concrete, back-up only, lots of grass and space between sites, some shade from Russian Olive trees, no sewer and no dump station on site. Some sites have 30amp and some have only 15amp. Get out and see which are which before you park! If you want Wi-Fi, walk toward the clubhouse and you will have access to the unsecured network of the golf course! A great place for a few nights. - PJMac
Oct 2016 - $18.00
We are full timing it here this winter for the first time. Been here since April. Owner very kind and helpful. There are 30 year round sites with full hookups. Water spigot is inside an insulated removable wooden box with a heat lamp inside for winter use. Decent water pressure, no regulator necessary. Some sites all gravel and open, most are grassy and treed. WiFi varies with amount of users from poor to great. Some distant traffic noise and proximity to the airport makes for occasional loud plane noises but that stops at night. There are no night flights from this municipal airport. No fun amenities on site to speak of but a great base camp for exploring the area or passing through. Most sites have open sky for satellite use. Nightly rate is based on our monthly rate divided by 30 days. - MJB
Aug 2017 - $62.00
One of the nicer parks in Canada, our pad had lots of room, nice gravel with patio area. WE had site 44 with 50 amp, very easy to get my 41` 5th wheel in and out. It was good to see our 50amp had the breaker right there; so many parks in Canada have remote breakers. If your 30 amp breaker blows? and you cant get an emergency number or contact someone until 9am the next morning? and your 120volt fridge stops working for 9 hours??? anyways nice to see the breaker at the rv spot! Lots of room for my 3 slides. Wifi was one of the best I`ve seen in over 100 parks I`ve been in. Highly recommend this for anyone coming through. - North America in 90 days
Aug 2017 - $55.00
I'm not sure why others have complained about no room for your slide outs? That was concerning to me but I booked anyway, hoping we'd have room. When we arrived, we had plenty of room. There's a lot of spacing between the sites in our loop (fhu 50 amp). Actually, I'm shocked at how roomy it is! I walked around the campground and everyone has their slideouts open with plenty of room. Our site is pretty unlevel towards the front and required about 4 lynx levelers per front jack. There's a lovely walking path right outside the campground. If in the area again, we wouldn't hesitate to stay here. Very nice campground. - rvlostyet
Sep 2016 - $37.00
Gas City has always been delightful and peaceful, with amazing nighttime views of the city. Gas City has a great off leash area for dogs, very pleasant staff, clean washrooms and showers. Fire pits are not suitable for people small children as there are at ground level. We observed this at this campground before. Thank God for quick hands. It only takes one eye off your child before an accident happens. These pits are extremely outdated!
As a campground dedicated to their hard working campers staying long term for shutdown work in the area, this campground appeared to be quite uninformed from day to day as to their closing date. We paid our site fees on Sept 11/16, informed the campground was still on line to be open until the end of Sept to possibly mid Oct/16.
On the morning of Sept 14 the news started to spread throughout the campground of its closing date Sept 19/16 with no notice issued to anyone. A notice was place on the door at the registration building, however no actual notice issued to any of the site occupants as to this impending early closing.
After arrangements had been made prior to our deciding to move from another campground which is also an amazing little oasis, but no water or sewer hookups we move to Gas City for the remainder of our stay, understanding we would be there until likely the end of the shutdown my husband was working on.
Once these rumors were confirmed at the office several campers decided that evening to relocate the other campground as the site we knew would fill up fast.
Hats off to the two extremely pleasant ladies left at Gas City Campground left to deal with the many questions, upset people and those of us needing refunds for our site after our departure.
Will we come back to this campground for pleasure use, for sure, however not likely for job related unless closure date is in writing and enforced by the City of Medicine Hat.
There are people there from as far away as Victoria Island and all across Alberta and Sask.
The reason given for early closure did and still does not make sense to us as we are sure Gas City must have known much in advance before the work crew would be staying at this facility.
My heart goes out to the remaining workers at Gas City scrambling to secure another temporary place to park their campers.
Worst mixed up ever! - Betty Ann Stainbrook