1 Park near Moosomin, Saskatchewan
Oct 2014 - $32.00
We've camped here several times on our annual trip out West simply because of it's convenient location. Overall this is a nice looking park that could use a bit of maintenance. The area seems to be very low lying and damp which means lots of mosquitos. Some sites are just a little bit of gravel over dirt which is often muddy. On one trip there was a storm and we lost power for several hours. In the morning some of the roads inside the parks were under 5" of water.
So it sounds like not a great place but it could be. The staff is very nice and the park itself has obviously been well designed. It just needs that little bit more to make a really nice place to camp. - AndrewE
Jun 2012 - $32.00
This was probably a very nice campground many years ago, but is in need of maintenance. Roads are very rough and many sites are so overgrown they can't be used any more. When we were there it wasn't a very wet season, but there was one road that was impassable because of water over the road. The playground was swing set and teeter totter. - Pumacamper
Sep 2011 - $35.00
Interior roads are very rough and full of potholes. We got a pull-through site for our 35 foot 5th wheel and there were trees on both sides where we pulled out. It was extremely tight, but we made it. There is a swimming "lake" but of course at this time of year it was closed and rather dirty, which was to be expected. Wi-Fi was strong and worked well. Out site was dark so it was great for sleeping and there was no traffic noise. I looked at the washrooms and showers with the intention of using them but they were quite dirty and had dead insects all over the floor. Also the showers cost 25 cents for 2 and a half minutes. No thanks, I will use the ones in the trailer. This campground is OK for a night off the freeway. - Canadian Adventurer