11 RV Parks near Casselman, Ontario
Jul 2010 - $15.00
Very nice Mom and Pop campground with large level sites. A well maintained park. Majority of the campsites do not have shade. Park is located about 1/2 mile from a major highway. Our rate reflects Passport America price. - corky506
Jul 2013 - $54.00
This campground is almost entirely seasonal campers. They have about ten transient full hookup pull-through sites, all in an accessible open area. Their rates are very high, and they are reasonably close to a major highway. We did not use their bathroom or shower or laundry facilities, but they should be quite acceptable, given the overall good state of the park. The owners seemed friendly and helpful. The satellite access at the transient sites was very good. We might stay here again, but the price seems high. - wandrr
Jun 2013 - $28.00
Nice campground with lots of seasonal sites. They gave us a back-in but sent us down the wrong road to get into it. We ended up making it a pull-through by driving into the ballfield and into our site. Dumpsters were way out behind office. They have a cafe/restaurant but we didn't try it. Had issues with Wi-Fi - couldn't get on at site, had to go sit next to antenna for signal. Quiet and convenient to road. Rate reflect PPA and 50amp. - yesmar
Jun 2013 - $55.00
Place was packed when we arrived. Thank goodness we had a reservation. Site size okay, but not generous. E/W/S services worked fine. Leveling was easier than getting into the site was. It also required backing up and going through the next site to exit due to trees. Bumpy and narrow roads. - hug448844
Aug 2008 - $15.00
Narrow roads in park with tight turns. The power was very weak. Our spot was short and hard to get into. You would not want to go in this park with anything longer than 30 foot. Most of the spots were long term residents. WI-FI was very weak. - Awesome Navigator
Aug 2016 - $30.00
Enjoyed meeting the manager and his daughter. Very helpful about local attractions and services.
Site 116 required 50 ft of hose for water no big deal.
Level parking area and quiet.
Would recommend to a friend . - Duke55
Jul 2016 - $31.00
Recreationland is close enough to Ottawa to make it an easy 30 minute drive into town to see the sites. It's very near the Ottawa River so sometimes it can get humid. It's right next to a road and during the day it can get a bit noisy, but at night it quiets down. While the campground is pretty, most everything is dated. The site (#139) was a pull-through, fairly new gravel, with lots of room between sites. There is a small picnic table and a small firepit. There is WiFi, and it's not too bad, but you have to pay for it ($15/week per device). The laundry has 5 new washer/dryers, about $2 per load. The bathroom is secure and fairly clean, but charges for a shower and is old. The swimming pool is small, but most people still enjoy it. The water pressure fluctuates considerably, from fairly okay to just a trickle, then back again; they are on a well system, apparently. The electrical power is marginal but I didn't have any problems from that. Everyone was friendly, but the owner is very strict about many things, including no carpets on the grass, charges for most amenities, and you can't move the firepits. Overall, a good value and a fairly quiet campground and would probably stay here again. - RobtL
Jul 2016 - $33.00
Recreationland Campground, also called Recreationland Tent & Trailer Park (www.rec-land.com) has a small town family run business feel. Its gravel roadway and RV pads are pothole free and there is ample space between sites. The laundry facilities are reasonable priced and clean though the public washrooms and showers could stand a little more attention.
The park is laid out with the long term tenants separate from the overnight and short term guests. They have 30 pull thru sites and with 50 full hookups though only 3 have 50 amp power. It is a little tight parking a large 43 ft Class A like ours but quite doable and once parked there is ample parking space for the tow car.
Recreationland Campground is located off Hwy-117 near Cumberland, ON, a short 30 minute drive from Parliament Hill in Ottawa. A park 'n ride station for public transit into town is only 10 minutes away. At only $32.50/night (CDN) for a 50 amp, full service pull-thru, this the best deal in the Ottawa area. - Ron_H
Aug 2011 - $35.00
Large open grassy sites with plenty of shade. View of the St Lawrence river. - lostriver
Aug 2017 - $47.00
Staff are working continuously to keep Park and facilities in great condition. Washrooms and showers were spotless. Long weekend customers were at capacity, and garbage container units were overloaded. Needed to be emptied more often. Be aware that some of the roads and sites are extremely narrow causing rigs to run across the grass and mud. The roads need more width for longer units to stay on the travelled path for curves and entry/exit to sites. - kenandterry
Jul 2017 - $39.00
Check-in was fast. Campground is nice, playground well maintained, a few seasonals but sites and trailers are well maintained. Location is awesome. Sites are HUGE. Organised activities on weekends for children. We came here every year to kickoff our camping season. Wi-i works well by the main office. So-so elsewhere. - Merveilleuse
Jun 2016 - $49.00
Check-in was fast. Young lady at check-in didn't provide directions to our site, as we booked online... They assumed that since we booked on-line, we know where the site is and hoe to get to it. Finally got to our back-in site, and site is the wrong way. Fire ring, picnic table (not there) were on the driver's side of the lot when backing in, which meant we would've had to go around the trailer to get to the fire ring and picnic table. Went back to the main office, and they clearly had no idea what I was talking about. I asked if I could then "pull-in" and drive on the grass, and was told, "it's ok, if no one sees you..." Went back to the site, pulled in, hooked up water and electric, only to remember we had no picnic table on our site. Back to main office, asked to get a picnic table, was told within 15 minutes. 3 hours later, still no picnic table. Went back to the office, told them, again... Within 10 minutes someone arrived with our table. I guess they dug it up from under the main office since it was EXTREMELY dirty... mud, spiders, spider webs, all kinds of critters and critters nest, and to top it all, was asked by the young lady delivering it, if I could get it out of the truck, since it's too heavy for her...
The campground itself is good, nice playground, a few seasonals but sites and trailers are well maintained. Location is awesome. Sites are HUGE, and I mean HUGE.
Campground is run by the Province, and staff could use a bit of client service course. They're not rude, they're obviously not RVer's, and therefore have no clue how to deliver good service. - Merveilleuse
Jul 2010 - $31.00
There is an impressive view on the St.Lawrence River. There are great sites, with a small beach. When we camped, a lot of Giant Hogweed, a poisonous plant, was present on many sites, with caution signs. The sap from hogweed can cause blisters, burns, scarring and, in some cases, permanent blindness. The plant itself can grow to a dominating six metres. This apart, great place to stay! - pagir
Aug 2015 - $55.00
Website very misleading: no pool table, no ping pong table, mini putt so full of debris unuseable, tennis court full of cracks and weeds again unusable, volley ball net hanging off of poles, pavilion is not open for use ( looks like it has been closed for a while). Front staff very rude, and accusing ( as we had only been there for a few hours and it was raining we thought we'd use the pavilion to play pool or use the tables for some cards ( we had 5 teenagers with us and needed to get out of the rv) when we approached the gentleman at the front about wanting to use the pool table he accused my children of stealing the pool balls and that was why the pool table has been closed). My husband was sworn at by the man at the front for questioning the lack of facilities available. Over all a very bad experience we will not return. - DevAshCam
Jul 2014 - $50.00
Front desk needs to take a course in hospitality and how to run a business so people would consider returning. Only care about $ coming in. Charged our friend a basic site fee of $25 per night for 4 nights and assigned a site which remained empty the entire stay of the friend who was staying in a tent on our site. Have a policy of charging $5 per person for visitors regardless of how long they stay, therefore a family of 5 would pay the same for an hour visit as it would cost for a basic site fee for the night. Needs much work to grounds. Indoor pool only, forget about getting refreshed as it might as well be considered a wet sauna. Inoperable water slide that we were told has not worked for 7 years although another reviewer said they were told it hasn't worked since the year 2000 (just take it down, what an eye sore, but oh that would cost $ wouldn't it). Tennis courts cracked with weeds calf high growing from them. Playground needs to be checked for safety daily so no other children get stung from harboring nests. Rude responses given when requests are made. Owners place blame on you for something you didn't do then realize you didn't do it and do not apologize. Do not respect privacy of visitors and give out names of past campers freely to incoming visitors. You couldn't pay me to stay here again, or the 10 other families that we had join us during our stay. - dempers
May 2013 - $42.00
The family who runs this park is very friendly and helpful. The indoor pool looked clean and well taken care of. It seems to serve as the community pool for lessons and aqua fitness classes. I am guessing that this was a more lively park in its day as there is a now an out-of-service waterslide at the front of the park. This is a park with a lot of potential that could use some renovation/upgrades. As an upshot, it is well situated near Ottawa. - JJ Spectre
Jul 2017 - $35.00
On the plus side, the water pressure is good, and it's one of the few parks in the area with 50 amp service and sewer. The roads are in pretty good shape and very navigable. On the minus side, the wifi is horrible and the router needed to be recycled often but the park managers didn't keep up with it, so there was a lot of dead time. Also, we were able to connect smart phones to the wifi (when it was up), but not the laptops or tablets. - Gator67
Jul 2017 - $43.00
We stayed at this park for 5 days while visiting the Ottawa Capital Region in a fifth wheel. This is a nice park with gravel roads and gravel sites which can get muddy during rain periods. Our site was a full hook minus cable. The park is dated and will require some TLC but is a good choice for visiting the Ottawa Region as it is a very short drive to the down town area and all amenities. The owner was friendly upon our return and accommodating in assisting us in setting up on our extremely long pull through site and recommending great "Must See" events. - Irish2
Jul 2017 - $32.00
We stayed in the back section of the park and were the first customer to use the brand new site. 50 amp full hook up. No issues with any of the services. It rained the entire time we were here and there was a lot of standing water. WiFi did not work at the site but our cell phones, MiFi and DirecTv did. The staff was accommodating and the park is convenient to the Ottawa area and its attractions. We would stay again and would recommend this campground. - Amls
Aug 2016 - $35.00
Convenient overnight location. Nice people. Cash only. 40 Canadian. Nothing fancy. Quiet and served our needs. - waterwoman2002