3 RV Parks near Stettler, Alberta
Jul 2015 - $28.00
The campground itself would have been okay except for the staff. They weren't in any big hurry to help anyone. I needed a propane bottle filled while we were staying there. The manager made me wait for over a half hour while he ate his lunch, before getting up to help me. The prices were okay, except we had to pay five dollars per day per dog extra to have our two little pups with us. The bathrooms were, for lack of a better term, FILTHY. This is probably not a good spot for a large RV, very tight and narrow with muddy roads to get your RV dirty. I wouldn't stay here again. - Trackman
Aug 2010 - $35.00
Never again will we stay here. The campground itself is OK but so many kids on bikes and go karts in areas they are not allowed. Dangerous. Staff does nothing. Our neighbors let their dogs sit on our picnic table and leave their excrement for us to clean up. When we asked them to shorten the leashes they just shrugged. Other neighbors kept us awake until gone 2 am with campfire and talking right next to our bedroom window. Sites are too close together and no thought has gone in to the location of fire pits. Sewer outlets are very close to neighbors sitting area, nasty, especially when your neighbors takes his hose off and just leaves his tank open and the dirty hose on your campsite. Beach is OK if you like smokers right next to your kids. They should have no smoking on the beach. The lake looked very dirty and it was warm so who know what is living in there. Very expensive for what you get. - conquest
Aug 2009 - $38.00
This campground has a remarkable reputation, and it is well deserved. The campground is very clean, and the staff are awesome. The beach is combed every night so the the next morning it is great sand. The place is an awesome family spot. We camped in the 200 section which is a bit of a walk to the lake, but the sites are big and in the trees. - strathmoreman
Jun 2016 - $22.00
This park doesn't take reservations, so we were pleasantly surprised to find a few full hookup sites still available. Self-registration or register at the Rec Centre nearby. Our site was a full hookup gravel back-in surrounded by grass. It included a picnic table. It had recently rained and there were some sites with standing water, but ours was dry. No cable TV, but was able to get several OTA channels. Satellite should be no problem as the park is fairly open. The Wi-Fi would not connect no matter what I tried. The campground is surrounded by many recreation activities. Pretty impressive Rec Centre for a small town. We would stay here again if in the area. - Onemoretrail
Jun 2016 - $21.00
Flat level open sites, 30 amp power & water, decent rate. Close to bike and walking trails. Wifi works very well but not blazingly fast. Close to museum and other amenities. - wclogger1
Aug 2015 - $28.00
Sites are large and flat, however aren't very private due to the lack of trees. As the sites are quite large though, you have lots of your own space. The parking pads are well gravelled and there is lots of grass on and between sites that is well mowed. Fires are permitted, but you must bring your own fire pit. This part wasn't well advertised as I was on a few different sites reading about this campground and never noticed that I had to bring my own fire pit.
The washroom facility is clean and well maintained. The self registration process is straight forward. There is free wifi, but even with the password that we had to get from the nearby community center, the wifi didn't connect where we were at the back of the park, farthest from the washroom facilities. There is a convenient dump station located at the entrance to the park.
The location is the most incredible part. The campground is surrounded (walking distance) by the following travel friendly activities: skateboard park, water spray park, golf course, Stettler arena/indoor swimming pool/ library complex, Stettler museum, and bike paths.
A nice place to stay for a few nights. Great value. - Family_Tripster_05
Sites: 32 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 4 Reviews
Sep 2016 - $38.00
Fawn meadows Delburne 37.50 tax in PWS. Clean quiet park next to a golf course. Close to town. Shaded level sites. Train in town but not frequent. Polite staff at check in. - Thedogsma
Jul 2015 - $30.00
This was a late booking and we were lucky to be given a seasonal site. One part of the u-shaped ground is for seasonal and the remaining for short stays. The site was very narrow at approx 9', made of gravel and dirt. We had no room to park our truck without having part of it on the roadway. Our site was next to the road which was noisy and seemed to be a spot for large rigs to park also. Many of the patrons here seemed to be workers or families and the sites were well cared for and maintained. The site adjoins a golf course but we did not play.
The bathrooms were clean and tidy and had an access code. A notice required you to remove shoes at the entrance and walk down the corridor and in the bathrooms bare footed - due to the risk of plantar warts and dirt I did not conform to this request. There was only 1 shower with accompanying toilet and 1 separate toilet in the ladies washrooms, showers cost $2C for 5 minutes but I did not use this so am unsure as to the water pressure etc. There was a laundry in the basement of the building but the door was locked on the Friday evening so I could not use it. The laundry is also closed on Sundays until 3pm.
There is no wifi here but you can purchase Tengointernet if required. You can also purchase firewood for $8. There was a small fire ring but this would have been directly under our awning so we didn't use it.
During the day the campsite is fairly quiet but on an evening there are a number of trains going through the village, which sound their horn numerous times.
I would stay here for an evening if we were passing through but it is really a long way from anywhere. - DianeH
Jul 2015 - $34.00
All fees are in Canadian $ which, at the time of writing, is about 25% less than the U$. The site allocated to us belonged to one of their seasonal guests but had been vacated prior to our arrival. The pad was a mixed pea sized gravel and dirt all hard packed measuring about 45' x 9'. However I parked the truck, some of it stuck out in to the road. Water and 30amp electric were located at the back of the site and shared between two pads. For me, it placed them on the wrong side of the RV but I could reach using extensions. My sewer drop was on the correct side towards the rear. Between me and the next site was a stretch of grass about 15' wide containing the fire ring and a wooden picnic bench table a seats. The washrooms were clean and nicely tiled. The shower access was very narrow and would not accommodate a wheelchair if needed. Showers cost $2 Cdn for five minutes. The laundry was in the basement of the office building and not accessible to anyone with mobility problems. Washers and dryers were all $2. Wifi is available for a fee through Tengointernet but I used the hotspot on my Rogers cell plan. My phone had a full Rogers 3G service. I didn't try the OTA tv reception, don't have satellite and there was no cable. There are 33 back in sites in this campground that is attached to a small golf course on the edge of town. The nearest place of any size is Red Deer about 45kms away. The biggest downside of this campground is the trains that rumble through during the night blasting their horns in the early hours. I think we had three come through between midnight and 5am, waking us up each time. The place was full and we found it noisy with lots of young children squealing around. The campground appears to be mainly seasonal guests with some workers living here. It is a tidy and well looked after place, just not somewhere we will return to for a weekend. It isn't a destination location but would do for an overnight spot. - Hutch333id