2 Parks near Maple Creek, Saskatchewan
Aug 2016 - $30.00
Nicely treed park with grass and wide interior roads. Very pleasant staff. Easy, short walk to town, which is very cute. Strong free wifi but perhaps because the place was nearly empty (school about to start ...). The roads and sites are dirt, not gravel, and where they were damp the dirt was sticky mud. A train track runs nearby and there were regular freights going by but not during the night (or at least they did not keep us awake). - User3527
Aug 2016 - $30.00
This was a nice stop on the way back from Banff. Unfortunately, we got dumped on by rain and we shortened our stay.
This is very near a mainline for a railroad, which is LOUD. The train horns were very audible, even with our trailer fan running. I couldn't imagine what it would be like in a tent.
Nice owners! Maple Creek is a neat little town (visit the toy store), with good access to Cypress Hills PP. - spanielrage
Sep 2015 - $25.00
Another great place for an over night. Near Howard's bakery which is the best in the world. - Spantz
Sep 2016 - $30.00
One overnight in a 24' motorhome. Beautiful park like setting, very well maintained, park parallel on the road with very wide well groomed tree covered islands separating each road, nice grill with moderate prices. Right next to Trans Canada 1 so some noise. Roads paved and bumpy which beneficially keeps vehicle speeds low. Could stay longer and would stay again. Had to run water & electricity under motorhome but used standard lengths with no problem. - Hamilhome
Jun 2016 - $33.00
You have free WiFi in the restaurant and office, it worked great. You get one station on your antenna. They have a great inside pool but you have to pay $ 5 to get in even if you are a guest. Very easy access from Highway 1 and only a little road noise. Beautiful setting with lots of trees, pullthrus are easy and big enough, but the sewer is on the wrong site of the rig. No train, so no noise. For an overnight stop very convenient. - Traveller Excel
Jul 2015 - $36.00
The "pull-thru" sites are all crescent shaped expansions of the roadway, which means that the services are on the wrong side of the RV and the curbstones make using the RV stairs awkward. That said, the roads are a good distance apart and since the pull-outs alternate, the neighboring campers are a good distance away as well. There a number of trees, many are relatively small in this very dry area. The Tropical Cafe is very pretty but it is the only place to get a WiFi signal. The pool is $5 per person per day, which seems outrageous. - JTD2