7 RV Parks near Sundre, Alberta
May 2013 - $40.00
Very nice resort in the foothills of Alberta. The owners and staff are excellent, the grounds and washrooms are spotless. The sites are large with a lot of space between sites, most sites are in the open so you have a fantastic view. The sites are gravel and you also have a green grass on your site. I give the park 9 out of 10, I would give it 10/10 but there is one problem. The resort has a lot of large dogs and some of the owners of these dogs are forgetting about the leash rule in the resort so if you have little doggy you have to be careful here. We will return. - vmax1
May 2016 - $45.00
The daily rate indicated is in Canadian $. My rating is based on the services advertised and provided as opposed to comparing it against other RV resorts.
There are two campgrounds (A & B) and we stayed in CG B. This is "wilderness" camping with 30 & 50 amp power that has good, steady voltage, excellent tasting fresh well water and sewer drops for the sites. The river gravel rock pads are level and come in a variety of lengths and widths so indicate you rig size when booking. Our 40' 5er with opposing slides easily fitted in to our allocated site and we were fortunate to have empty spaces on either side of us, even on a long weekend. Each site also has a picnic bench and fire ring. Wi-Fi is available only at The Lodge and included in the fees. No cell phone services or OTA for TV. Some RV's appeared to have satellite which presumably does work, as the sites are mainly open with occasional trees that wouldn't interfere. Two bathrooms are about a 5-minute walk from CG B to The Lodge where there is hot showers (no charge) with great water pressure, toilet and a hand wash sink. They are professionally tiled, spotlessly clean and warm. There is a small play frame for young kids, free wood for site fire rings, BBQ & gazebo. This place is so very quiet and dark which makes it perfect for rest & relaxation. The staff was very pleasant and helpful. From CG B there is access to the river but this involves clambering over large boulders. All garbage must be taken away as there is no municipal collection this far out.
There is a limited services CG A where some site appear to have 30 amp power only. There are also lodges and tents (similar to yurts) that can be rented. I didn't see any indication of laundry facilities at the location. We don't have any but pets are welcome but need to be leashed. We stayed four nights and will definitely return. - Hutch333id
Sep 2017 - $45.00
We have been to Coyote Creek several times throughout the spring, summer and now fall. The current daily fee remains $45 Cdn. For this you have a large (75'x25') level, gravel pad with 20, 30 & 50 amp power that has always remained steady, even when the park was full. Water and sewer are also provided at each of the 40 rental sites and again have always been consistently good. The shower house is clean and well supplied with paper daily. The showers have a good flow of hot water and do not require additional payment. The laundry has two washers ($2) and dryers ($?). There is a book/games exchange, bottle and can recycling. Wi-Fi works well but can get a little slow when the park is full. No cable and only 3 OTA stations but pretty open for satellite reception. Wood for fires can be purchased or you can bring your own. Even when full, this park was very quiet. There is no childrens play park immediately nearby although I think there is one at the seasonal section of sites. No dog walk but plenty of places nearby. The staff are always friendly. There is an advertised on-site wash available by phoning a mobile wash company. Equally, a local RV dealer has a mobile repair service available 7 days per week June, July & August. If there is one site I would not select that would be # 40 - purely for the fact it is alongside the shower house. Other than that, all sites are very good. 2-7, 8 - 15 back on to trees. 36 - 40 back on to the golf course and 16 - 25 back up to the season sites, separated by a tall, white fence. 26 - 35 are pull-through. Dumpster adjacent to the showers Ice and ice-cream sold in the office but nothing else. There is decent shopping in town, only ten minutes drive away. We will continue to visit Coyote Creek as our weekend away venue each season. - Hutch333id
May 2017 - $45.00
The rate for 2017 is now $45 (Cdn) per night which equates to about U$35 for FHU with 20/30/50 amp power. This was our third visit this season and as with all of our visits over the years we have found the staff to be very friendly and accommodating. For the May long weekend, the resort was packed yet still remained very peaceful. Despite being busy the wi-fi worked great and is included in the overall cost. The rental park is separate from the two other sections that are for long term or seasonal renters but does have a gated access restriction after hours requiring an entry code. We didn't use the showers because we have our own, onboard facilities but the bathrooms were always immaculately clean and tidy. For our most recent stay, the resort had just been through some torrential rain and wind storms but the grounds looked tidy and no signs of flooding - although the ditches at the side of the road outside the resort were full of water. The grass was neatly mowed and weeds are treated and kept under control. There is no dog park (which doesn't affect me) but there is lots of Crown land close by where dogs can be taken off leash. And, even without the dog facilities there is no sign of dog poop on either the sites or the roads or grass. This has been our weekend getaway for several years and will continue to be so as it has the best facilities. - Hutch333id
Aug 2016 - $35.00
This campground is at the front of a vacation campground development. It is a "gated" development with the gate locking at night and opening in the morning. There is also an associated golf course immediately adjacent to the campground.
There are sites available for nightly rental at the entrance. The campground is extremely well taken care of. Grass at each site, gravel drives and pads, everything in perfect condition. Clean bathrooms and laundry room. Staff was friendly. They won't accept RV's and trailers more than 10 years old unless they look "nice". - mntraveler
May 2015 - $27.00
Absolutely my favorite place to camp locally. Staff is awesome and friendly, and extremely helpful. - Princess_Rachelle
Jun 2013 - $29.00
I've camped at this park many times over the years, returned often as I love it! A loop has power (30 amp), the other loops have no services. There's a dump station and potable water near the store and a water tap in each loop. Online reservations system charges $12/reservation so this bunps up the price of your trip. The no service sites are $23/night. During the busy season A loop is usually first come first served and this most often means you need to have a tent or trailer out there by Thursday night. B, C, & D loops are usually reservable online. There's a few group sites too. The outhouses are typical, the main bathroom with showers is decent. This CG is right on the Little Red Deer River with lots of great fishing. Access at many points, good to swim in on hot days or raft down from upstream also. Last time I was there a sign was posted near the sani dump indicating $3 charge. This was new, they always charged for people who hadn't stayed overnight but was free for campers. I was annoyed, having spent $72 there to camp for the weekend so I didn't ask or go to the store to pay more. Wood is $8/bag, usually need 2.5 to 3/night. - proudcanuck75
Apr 2012 - $25.00
Office is currently under construction so check-in is at first site (travel trailer). It had recently rained and the park was very muddy with a lot of standing water. The sites and roads could use some more gravel to mitigate the mud. No sewer at site but park host said the dump was next to the restroom/shower house but I could not locate it due to all the on-going construction. Has the potential to be a nice park but it needs some work. I would not stay here again. - Alaska Jim