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Review Count: 35
States Visited: 4
Helpful Reviews: 1
Date of Stay: May, 2015 - $40.00
The rate shown (Cnd $) is the daily rate for a FHU with 30-amp power. The camp hosts were very friendly and helpful. We talked to them for some time and were given good information about the park. The reception also doubles as a small convenience store for those forgotten items. On our arrival we were told that water has yet to be switched on at each site. Something we hadn't planned for and hadn't sanitized the potable water tank for. Thankfully, we had a supply of bottled water to drink. Being only the two of us and the fact it was only a two night stay this wasn't a problem. Because we hadn't been advised of the water situation we did receive a discount on our stay. There are a mixture of un-serviced, 30 amp FHU and 50 amp FHU sites. There is no cable but I saw several rigs with satellite dishes. There may be OTA channels but I couldn't find any. Power remained steady with no fluctuations. Each site has a metal fire ring and a picnic table. The sites aren't particularly level but using a pile of orange blocks we could get the RV auto level to flatten us out. Our site (#60) was long enough to have our truck and 41' 5th wheel unhooked and contained within the site footprint. The sewer drop is about 12" above grade but in a good position. The sites and roads are a mix of crushed gravel and dirt with some young willows and conifer tress that will provide privacy when they come in to leaf shortly. Many sites are pull through but back-ins are available. The washrooms are tidy and neatly tiled. Showers are $2 (Cnd) for five minutes. The laundry (two washers and two dryers) was, I thought, expensive at $4 for a wash and $2 for the dryer. We didn't use this but took a peek. There is a children's play area but it looks a little dated and was certainly un-even. Rogers cell gave me three to four bars of 3G service and was enough to give me a personal hot spot. There is currently no Wi-Fi. This park is Ok but I'm not sure we'll be coming back anytime soon. We camped at Aspen Crossing Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
The nearest town for groceries is 40 kms (25 miles) away so make sure you have enough and sufficient fuel. There is a small private railroad that is about to start operations for tourists wanting to sample the old pullman coaches and see old locomotives. Adjacent to a garden centre. They have two old but expertly renovated caboose railroad coaches with fully fitted kitchens and bathrooms to hire as accommodation that will sleep about 4 people. Quiet park, just needs finishing.
Review Count: 146
States Visited: 39
Helpful Reviews: 3
Date of Stay: July, 2013 - $32.00
As the previous reviewer noted this is a nice park, its primary drawback being the dirt roads and relatively unlevel sites. A few loads of gravel would do wonders. We managed to use our MH's levelers to get level but it maxed them out. On the other hand, our site was huge and private. The trees and plantings are attractive but don't hinder satellite access. The park's WiFi is awful (they say it became worse after the recent floods) but there is a strong cellular signal and we used that for internet access. The workamper hosts were very friendly and helpful. We camped at Aspen Crossing Campground in a Motorhome.Undo
Review Count: 35
States Visited: 4
Helpful Reviews: 1
Date of Stay: May, 2013 - $38.00
This is a fairly new RV campground located in rural southern Alberta approximately 35 minutes east of Okotoks. Located just off highway 24 there is some light traffic noise but nothing disturbing. The older sites with the more mature trees are closer to the highway and therefore subject to more of the traffic. However, I did notice that being in the prairies, where the land is pretty flat, you can hear vehicles coming and then going for an awful lot longer! The gravel sites are sufficiently long enough to handle most big rigs with ease. Our site was equipped with 30 amp power supply, water, and sewer. The sewer was somewhat odd in that the top of the pipe was about 12" above ground level. Many of the sites, including mine, wasn't level from either front to back or left to right. Also on each site was a fire ring with grate and a new looking picnic table with bench seats. In the newer area the sites were separated by shrubs and bushes that provided some degree of privacy. Colour was provided by the abundance of dandelions growing uncontrolled everywhere. The roads around the site are simply dirt tracks, and as we arrived during a torrential downpour, there were some deep pools of muddy water. This also meant that it would be likely to track dirt easily into the trailer. The washrooms were very clean and tidy, but the showers are pay -as-you-go. $1(cnd) for about 2 minutes. Unfortunately, adding two loonies simultaneously doesn't give you double the time. Only one coin per operation! The lady in the office was very pleasant and helpful as was the other staff member I chatted to. Firewood is available from the office as are several other last minute supplies. Around the campground are several old, restored railroad carriages and trains. There is also a nearby restaurant in one of these. Wi-fi is free but weak even close to the office. After signing in to the wi-fi you get 30 minutes before being dropped, after which you can get back in again any number of times but only in the 30 minute blocks. In a few more years time, this campground has the potential to be a marvelous place once the roads are fixed up and the sites leveled a little more. We camped at Aspen Crossing Campground in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Review Count: 5
States Visited: 2
Helpful Reviews: 0
Date of Stay: July, 2012 - $38.00
We spent four nights here and really liked it. Nicely maintained campground (impeccably clean washrooms). It was very obvious that lots of energy has gone into building this relatively new campground. In a few more years when some of the trees mature and provide shade, this will be high on our list of recommended campgrounds in the area. Only knocks would be very poor Wi-Fi and I wished they would have used a finer aggregate for the campsites. We camped at Aspen Crossing Campground in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Review Count: 87
States Visited: 26
Helpful Reviews: 1
Date of Stay: June, 2010 - $25.00
We were in the group camping area for a rally. Regrettably, the sites in this area were relatively small back-ins with a fairly steep grade. Our site was much higher in the rear but others in our group were very low in the rear. Also these sites were only 30 amp & did not have sewer service. The park has pull through sites with sewer, water, and a mix of both 30 amp & 50 amp service. A little surprised that a new park doesn't have 50 amp & sewer at all sites. The RV park is part of a Garden Center with a 1887 Pullman Dining Car that is used as a restaurant. Mossleigh is less than an hour from Calgary. We camped at Aspen Crossing Campground in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
The nearest town for groceries is 40 kms (25 miles) away so make sure you have enough and sufficient fuel. There is a small private railroad that is about to start operations for tourists wanting to sample the old pullman coaches and see old locomotives. Adjacent to a garden centre. They have two old but expertly renovated caboose railroad coaches with fully fitted kitchens and bathrooms to hire as accommodation that will sleep about 4 people. Quiet park, just needs finishing.Hutch333id • May 2015
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