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5 RV Parks near White City, Saskatchewan
Aug 2018 - $29.00
Small campground on acreage behind a house. The sites are laid out in a hodge-podge manner. It looks like that over time as they had a few extra dollars, they would just go out and throw in some utilities and call it a site. The dump station is very hard to get to, you have to circle through about half the site after dumping. They tried to assign us a so-called 50 amp site. The electrical hookup was inside a building about 45 feet from our site. They wanted to put in their 50 to 30 pigtail, then add their 30 amp extension cord, then convert back to my RV with a 30 to 50 pigtail. We declined and chose a FHU30 site instead. The workamper managers were friendly and very good to work with. The whole setup is strange and really rundown. The showers and laundry were clean, but very old and worn. AND no, we will not be back. After re-reading my comments, I just dropped the rating another star to 3. - dehdave
Jul 2016 - $25.00
We pulled in around 8:00pm andwere lucky to get one of the last spots. It was a quiet campground with family and pets! We were thrilled to see they had a beautifully maintained dog run. They had firewood available and we woke up for a morning swim in the heated pool. As a tenter it was nice to see they had laundry facilities as well as a dishwashing station. The staff were extremely accommodating and we would recommend this campground to anyone needing a place that feels like home for the night. - Pinkham
Jul 2015 - $34.00
We had a back in site with the sewer and water in the right place but our neighbors had to drive in forward to get the hookups right. The hookups for 2 sites were between them so every second one in our row was on the wrong side. The campground had a road through it but they decided to put two campsites on the road so we saw lots of big units have to back out when they left because the road forward was blocked. Charged a dollar to have someone come to visit for a few hours (friends were charged $2 each for their company). We had sewer but for those who didn't the sign said $2 for residents to dump their tanks. Charge to use the pool. Bag of wood $6. Water pressure was very low and sometimes just a trickle. Voltage was around 110V most of the time but got a little lower at times. As temperatures cooled it got up to 115-117V. Our site was OK but we saw quite a few that we wouldn't want. Seems like they try to get to many units in an older campground. - samandtheduck
Jul 2016 - $20.00
First the good points: it was cheap (that's about it).
Now the bad. The washrooms were closed "because of the road construction"! Really!? To be fair, I suspect this was a good campground at some point but is no more. I wouldn't be surprised to hear it's closed after the road work is finished this season. It looks like the road is coming nearer to the campground. We had a rain storm the night we were there and very nearly got stuck in our camp spot, lots of mud. What, they've never heard of gravel!? The 30 amp outlet was fried, I'm surprised it worked at all. The water was safe, says the guy we gave our money to, but it smelled and tasted of iron, maybe the water maybe the pipes.
We will not be back.
It's too bad there isn't a decent campground near Regina. - cachencouple
Jul 2015 - $28.00
The park has been greatly updated since our last visit in 2013. Very friendly service and nice spot. Tons of grass, dog friendly, and lots of open spots. Very quiet! Close to Regina. - Lynn Campbell
Sep 2014 - $22.00
Owner's were very helpful. Campsite is very nice, needs some TLC. Internet is pretty much moot, shows up but limited and can't even get a webpage. Would be nice if there were cable, one channel available if you really look for it. Stayed there for work which was nearby so it was convenient. Water is horrible, yellow! Make sure to bring your own to cook with and drink. All in all, would stay here again but not for an extended period of time. Price is great though! - Flipant
Aug 2018 - $20.00
Do not stay here. The worst camping experience of my life. I have never been treated so poorly at a campground. I told the lady in the office we were tenting. She put us in a tiny patch of dirt with no table or fire pit. When I asked if we could have a table she started yelling at me "how would I know you needed a table" and didn't stop yelling at me. I refused to be treated like that so asked for my money back. Then she started yelling "you'll get your table" over and over. I no longer felt safe staying there with such a volatile person so we left. As we were leaving, she continued to yell "you don't understand, we are doing renos". But that doesn't give anyone the right to treat customers like that. We left without a refund. - Mmf
Aug 2018 - $45.00
Greeter was very helpful apologized because we had to wait to get checked in. Several people ahead of us in line. Wanted a pull through but none available we were waiting on the man to show us our sight. The lady came out said follow me. Put us on a great back in sight and we did not unhook. It was great we had driven 504 miles and had a flat tire. - Ckwest
Jul 2016 - $40.00
The customer service at this resort is atrocious! The person answering the phone has absolutely no knowledge of public relations and was just rude!!!
A customer should be treated with respect not treated like garbage. - chelle12345
Sep 2018 - $50.00
We pulled in at 6 pm and was shocked by the price. This is an old park in desperate need of upgrading. I paid for 50 amps but the breakers are actually double 20 amp instead of double 50. In the morning when everyone is using electricity the voltage dropped to 104 volts. The whole campground is run down. There is no place to hook up your toad and no place to park while you register. I would never stay there again. - moisheh
Jun 2018 - $30.00
This is an older, very basic park. What it has going for it is it's location, close to Regina city centre and all things shopping. The park is tired looking, but on the plus side the office help were friendly and gave us a discounted rate, the site was long enough for our rig and toad, there are a lot of trees, and the park is close to the highway but not too noisy. - Travel_IMHO
Jun 2018 - $37.00
Older park, right off Hwy 1. Our space was partly shaded. WiFi was very good, if sometimes a bit slow. We stayed two days and the highway traffic never bothered us. If you like TV, you'll need satellite, because we could only find two stations, one good and the other so broken up we couldn't see or hear much of anything. It was a good staging site for visiting Regina, with much of what we needed just down the road a mile or so. We'd happily stay here again. - L'Andante
Jun 2018 - $32.00
The 3 mile gravel entrance was probably the biggest negative and first impression. The sites are all back-in, having level gravel pad, good space between sites but field grass between sites with bare dirt in spots. Each site has 50 amp service only (no breaker) so bring adapters if something less is required. No WIFI at our site. The staff is friendly and cooperative. The RV Park is isolated from the golf course with a card reader on the road I think mostly for parking control of the golfing public. Many of the sites, all neat and managed, are filled with summer residents enjoying the isolation but not too many workers. Showers were hot, clean and comfortable. We visited early June so the sand bottom lake hadn't been filled. Looked like a nice vacation playground. We had plenty of grassy walk areas for the dogs. - Metro Johnson