Excellent regional park small and basic but excellent for a couple of nights. Self pay and no attendants but is priced right. Water and sewer dump is available sites are a fair size much better than staying in a commercial campground.
It is kind of in the middle of no where. It makes it good if your traveling and need to stay a few nights. There are clean washrooms. The sites are fairly open. It is close to Moose Jaw. If you are visiting this area it is a nice choice as compared to private campgrounds.
The worst park I have ever stayed in. Owners were very rude and have no people skills. Lots of highway noise, the washrooms were clean but basic and not very private. I saw the owner talking to one camper and I couldn't believe how he was treating him. Everytime someone next to me plugged in their power or unplugged it I lost my power. After the way I saw the owner talk to the other camper I figured it wasn't worth the grief to mention it.
Main washroom was being rebuilt when we were there but nice large sites; easy water fill when entering the park, dual dumping stations when leaving. Excellent golf course in the park and attendants are friendly. Security is by provincial conservation and regularly patrolled.