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2 RV Parks near North Battleford, Saskatchewan
May 2013 - $30.00
This park was just opening, and during the winter had lost it's office to fire, so there was no registration, WiFi, and other amenities available. The water at the sites were turned on but the setup at each of the sites was wacky. Water was on one side 20 ft away, electric might be on the other side in the trees. We actually had to move twice to find sites that had hookups within reach of our hoses and cords (and we had extra). There is a huge grassy area that is great for running around or exercising dogs. I would recommend it for overnight stay if on route to western Canada. - chillyvt
May 2012 - $25.00
Nice location on the outskirts of town. Run by the city. Friendly staff. Brought us a newspaper! Clean and nice cared-for grounds. Close to town. Sites a bit soggy in the rain. Need a long hose for water at some sites. Wi-Fi spotty. Would stay here again. - rvbravo2
Aug 2018 - $23.00
Very nice city Campground. Even had Wifi that worked at our site. There were new showers and restrooms that were well maintained. The showers didn't require extra payment to use. The sites were very large. The only inconvenience was that the water hook up was over 50' away. Luckily I carry two 35' hoses. Directions to the campground were not well displayed along the road. Had to call to make sure we were going the right way. - RVerDWF
Jun 2018 - $31.00
Flat, level gravel sites with lots of space between sites is featured in this very quiet park. WiFi was excellent this early in the season. The full hookup sites had some very oddly placed fixtures: in our site, the sewer was directly behind the site, almost underneath the motorhome. Electric was in the normal position, but didn't work. The park sent an electrician within a half hour to fix it (wish I had that speedy service at home). The water hookups are a long way away, and our site shared with the next over. The staff provided a Y connector so both sites could have water, and would have provided extra hoses, had ours not been long enough. The downside to this park is it really has limited big rig spaces -- our traveling companions in a fifth wheel and double cab pickup couldn't fit into several of the suggested sites, finally winding up the next road over. At 36' without a toad, we just barely fit into our space. Still, if you're not quite so large, it's a lovely, lovely place for an overnight or to take advantage of the interesting things to see nearby. For those with the Good Sam/Rand McNally GPS, it lies!!! It sent us past the turn, down Hwy 4, then do a U-turn. All you have to do is turn left at the light onto 22d St. Then it turned us down a residential street, another residential street, and finally onto Central Ave. Don't do that. Just go down 22d St to Central Ave and turn right. Finally, it claimed the last 60 meters was dirt. Not. It's fully paved all the way into the park. Once inside, the roads and sites are gravel. - L'Andante
Jun 2018 - $30.00
Check in was a breeze, the young lady took care of us very efficiently. No sewer hookup,but did use dump station. Good power and had water hook up,but was at least 100 feet from coach. New shower house was beautiful and very spacious. Did have a couple of issues with showers. My wife is handicapped and fairly short. Bench was a little bit to high and she kept trying to slid off forwards. Men's showers were great, however curtains seemed a little to short allowing water to come out into dressing area (no drain on the floor). Had to come out into shower area to get dressed. Park is very nice though. - Never Lost