4 RV Parks near Whitecourt, Alberta
Jul 2017 - $34.00
I stayed at this park many times over the years but my most recent stay showed the park has changed dramatically. Very tight sites, extra vehicles at sites make turns nearly impossible without asking someone to move their vehicle. Clientele were very loud and rowdy and pets were roaming around everywhere off leash and often without a master accompanying them. - chilkateagle
Aug 2016 - $25.00
Were greeted as we were driving in, owner/manager was working on project near driveway so we didn't have to drive up to office and then search him out. He graciously advised rates and availability of site types and allowed us to drive around to decide on which site we'd like. Options were w/e back-in in trees or fhu pull-thus in open. We chose a back in. Note rate listed is converted to US, was 32 CN.
Campground roads are dirt. Pull-thus share utility posts which puts them close together on their hook up sides, but have large yards out their front doors. Most sites are utilitized by people working in the area, but we found the place quiet.
Our back in was narrow at the entrance but wide once in. Sites come with table and fire rings. Utilities are located at the front edge of the site, sometimes covered by shrubs so it takes a moment or two to find them. Our site was only a 15 amp plug (no problem for a truck camper); other sites offer 30 or 50 amps.
Playground for kids, decent laundry (3w/3d) and ok bathhouse. Wifi worked at our site as we were close to office. - yesmar
Jun 2015 - $10.00
We ended up not staying here. This place is very tight, the spots are back to back so you share grass. It was very full. Dogs running around. The caretaker told me one price and when we got there changed her mind and went to charge way more. They do have ice cream in the store and lots of cute gifts. They do have propane fill, showers,and river access. - Full-time Canadian RVer
Aug 2018 - $28.00
Clean water Good fishing Two playgrounds Small beach Food truck Free showers Firewood ($) Hiking/biking trails Treed sites Big rig friendly Group sites - Fumanch3w
Jun 2016 - $25.00
Carson-Pegasus is a lovely provincial park. Site vary in size and can be difficult to come by on the weekend. The campground is above Lake McLeod. We were fortunate enough to find a site that had a view of the lake, albeit through the trees. We arrived on a Thurs. night and stayed two nights. We were pretty much alone the first night and most of Friday before the park began to fill. We were in a rustic site. No power or water, but potable water was close by if needed. Our gravel site was perfectly level and long enough that we could remain hooked up. Nice trails abound for walks. Max, our dog loved the place. We will definitely return here if we come this way again. - Airstreamers
May 2015 - $18.00
Great place! Very big campground! Sites are private and not too close together. Close to two lakes. Bathrooms are relatively clean. Would definitely come back here again. - TracyD897
May 2018 - $28.00
Some long term folks here. Central circle has no shade or trees, close neighbors. Don't get on the grassy/weedy center circle, ask for a space in the trees. Friendly staff. - AGalinAZ
May 2018 - $35.00
A very nice man at check-in moved us to a spot that would be easier for our big rig to get into. The pull-thru sites are pretty close together, but the Park was not crowded, so there were no units on either side of us. It appeared that back-ins had more space and some had shade, but many had a slant to them from front to back. There was a small playground in the middle of one area. The full service utilities were convenient and worked well. It is just a basic campground and was great for an overnight stop. There was a lot of traffic noise, but it did not interfere with our sleep. - Light
Jun 2017 - $32.00
This was our halfway stop between Calgary and Dawson Creek. The campground is located at the south end of town and easily accessible to the full service community of Whitecourt. What a charming little campground. Most sites are open. They offer a 10% discount for Seniors, GS and Lions members, with a full service pull-through being $31.50 Cdn a night. Staff are most pleasant and helpful. WiFi was EXCELLENT, a rare find in most campgrounds. Satellite radio and TV reception is excellent. We did not use the laundry or showers so cannot comment on them. There is a dump station on site. There is some highway noise but not enough to disrupt sleeping. - driftdiver1
Apr 2015 - $50.00
Casino is a short walk for a decent meal, travel centre has typical goods. Abundant wildlife in area for viewing. Park is still fairly new, and lanes and sites will be soft in spring break-up conditions. - darryl&rita