4 Parks near Winnipeg, Manitoba
Sep 2015 - $25.00
We stayed in a full service site. The picnic table and firepit are situated in a private area adjacent to your campsite. The park is quiet and very clean. There are lots of opportunities for biking and hiking. We would stay there again. - foxflash
Jun 2011 - $38.00
Very nice Campground, quite place, lots of nature, animals. Sites are with lots of trees, table and fire pit (away from the streets, so it gives you more privacy). We did not use any of the facilities, some sites were pretty narrow to circle in. We first got a site that was almost impossible to bring our small 5th wheel in. Was no problem to change, office is close and people very friendly. We would stay here again. - Larry and Queen
May 2008 - $20.00
This campground is located about ten minutes outside of Winnipeg in a Provincial Park. The park itself has lots of hiking trails, a paved bicycle trail, beach, riding stables. You need to drive to most of the activities, except the hiking trails. We live in Winnipeg, so this a just a 15 minute drive from home for us; but once you are set up you feel as if you are hundreds of miles away. Sites are very large and private. We stayed in a pull through, which was different than most of the drive throughs we have stayed in. With these, you park alongside your spot and sort of have a private yard on the side of your unit. There is a small store on site to pick up necessities, but for anything more you would have to travel back to Winnipeg. But RV dealers/stores as well as restaurants and shopping are all only 15 minutes away. However, there is no wifi or cable TV, so it is a real "camping" experience. We camp here regularly when we feel the need to "get away" for a weekend. - Getagripp
Aug 2011 - $37.00
This is a far too expensive campground. One positive thing is that they were near places we had to go to. No Laundry available, sites look nasty. We had to change our site since the power connection was too far away. The electricity plug-in at the site was weird, one of the plug-ins was burnt and the other 3 were loose and hanging down. The park is more a Mobile Park than for camping. We would not stay here again. - Larry and Queen
Jun 2007 - $25.00
While the Mobile Home part of the Park was acceptably maintained, the RV section was grubby, had excess noise and partying by apparent seasonal users, with approval of management. Showers were not secure (no locking doors, both mens and womans showers accessible to anyone walking in through the laundry room). Management relied on users to do all the cleaning, therefore they were filthy. However, close access to Winnipeg, shopping and fast food. - RoseMarie
56001 Murdock Road Winnipeg, Manitoba R3X 1Z6 (map) | (204) 256-2186
Sites: 303 | Latest Rate: $35.00 | 26 Reviews
May 2016 - $35.00
NEW OWNERS SINCE 2015
We stayed here 2014, 2015 and now 2016.
50 amp pull thru site weekly discount. New owners are very friendly and seem to care about their guests. Internet is very fast. Sites are big and level pull thru's. Full hook up in the right spot for a class A. No extension needed.
Picnic table and fire ring.
Rate is in Canadian dollar, weekly discount.
Last winter they renovated the reception, store clubhouse area. At check in I saw that there is a TV and pool tables.
We will be back next May for sure.
Looking at the bad reviews we were a bit scared coming here for the first time but our experience proofed that it's a good place to be.
Yes you can hear some freeway and some train noise, but it never kept us awake. Last night at dinner, I rather heard birds than the freeway. - Robert and Carol
May 2016 - $39.00
Located between highway and train tracks coming and going all night long, no sleeping at this park. Sites uneven, laundry room filthy dirty.
I won't stay here again. - debsrv
Jul 2015 - $30.00
We used this park as our base to explore Winnipeg. The campground is quite large and has what appears to be two sections. The older one has shaded, grassy sites under the trees, and is used by many as a seasonal base. The newer section is more open, big rig friendly, and has long pull-throughs. There is a playground, mini-golf, basketball and volleyball courts, and a shuffleboard area. The office area has a small store with food and RV supplies, a used book sale or exchange 1-1 of equal value, and there are billiard tables and video game machines. - DiplomatTraveler