The price quoted is in Canadian $ making it currently good value for US travelers heading north to Alaska. The RV park switched on their water a couple of weeks ago and are now fully open for the season. Although, last night the temperature dropped below freezing so first thing this morning I had to thaw the faucet and supply pipe leading to the RV. All the services worked as expected with good water pressure and no fluctuations in power. All forty rental sites have full hook ups with 20, 30 and 50 amp power. There is no wifi and very limited over the air tv reception. Being so early in the season we had no problem getting the site we wanted but when I enquired about the May long weekend I found that the park was already over booked.
Being within an hours drive for us, we will continue to use this as our weekend getaway. - Hutch333id
Having spent several weekends at Coyote Creek this year, nothing has really changed since last year. The water was switched on during the Easter long weekend and all the services worked flawlessly on all of our visits. The bathrooms remain amongst the cleanest we have ever encountered. Showers have lots of hot water at good pressure. The daily rate this year was $40 cnd before tax (5%) but this is no longer listed with Good Sam, so no discounts are available. I don't know about the weekly or longer rates are so they may have a built in discount. There is a very pleasant short (1 km or so) walk to the river through Crown land. The cool, refreshing river is a welcome relief during the hot days of summer. The campground remains very quiet at all times. For a break from cooking or preparing meals I would recommend the nearby (within walking distance) Coyote Creek Golf Club. The have a really good selection of bar food at very reasonable prices. By next season, their brand new club house and 80 seat restaurant should be open for use. - Hutch333id
Once again, this year we have spent several relaxing weekends at this RV Park in Sundre. There is little else I can add that I haven't already said. They don't have WiFi because it is cost prohibitive and a pool would also be too costly for the amount of time it would be serviceable. With that said, it is a very relaxing location set in a golf course. The restaurant offers very good food and you can get WiFi there. This year both the golf course and the RV park suffered extensive flood damage in June, just prior to the busiest part of their season. Both have now fully re-opened and are repairing the damage caused. The services at the RV park work as flawlessly as ever and do not appear to have suffered too badly. Some of the roads in the park have been damaged and the asphalt has been washed away in several places. On the same note, the township road leading to the campground was also damaged but has been temporarily repaired by the town using gravel. We will continue to use this park for our weekend breaks. - Hutch333id
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