Located a short distance from the Highway, it is a heavily wooded campground. The access is down a short steep hill. Obviously most sites are seasonals. We had a back-in full service site that was easy to access for our 60' combined length. Lots of trees though, so take the corners easy and make sure you position the rig to miss the trees on the inside corner, especially at the far end. The site was level and services were well located and good quality. Interior roads are gravel and are OK, but have seen lots better. Not a bad campground, but rather rich for what they offer. Don't think we would return, unless the price dropped to a level commensurate with the quality.
An exceptional campground from Parks Canada, way better than Banff. It's in the middle of nowhere, so come prepared, as the closest grocery store is over 20 miles. We used Hwy 114 from Moncton on arrival and some areas are fairly rough giving the suspension a good workout. The last mile is uphill probably some is 8 to 10% grade. We departed on 114 to Hwy 1 and it also is rough in places with a couple of steep grades. We were in site #6 which is a pull through and it was easy to access (total length is a shade over 60') It was gently sloping down from the rear and also side to side, but nothing that a few pads and the levelling system couldn't handle. Services are well located and great quality. They even have Wi-Fi and we could pick up a good signal in the coach or an excellent one in the adjacent buildings. Some of the roads are paved but others are gravel, regardless all roads were in good condition. They even have a huge playground for the kids. Would definitely return if we come back to Fundy.
A small campground and cottages built around a lake right off Hwy # 3. The manager is excellent and met us on arrival, showing us our spot and mentioned to drop by the office when set up. Site is a good length at about 65' and reasonable width - about 20'. Site is gravel and all services are located at the rear. Services are of good quality. Wi-Fi signal is OK and bandwidth not too bad, but we are in the site closest to the office. Interior roads are gravel and close to the office are well maintained, approaching the sites in the forest the road is rough. Our site gives an excellent view of the lake from the rear windows. While close to the road, it isn't very busy so road noise isn't an issue. The night we arrived they held a concert on site, by donation. Lots of seasonals, but all friendly folk. We would return, only negative is rather pricey for what they offer.
A small campground with exceptional owners, right on the ocean. On arrival the owner came out to meet us and walked us around while we selected a site. We picked one right at the edge of the ocean. Sites are reasonably level, are grass, but are fairly tight. Being empty it was easy to maneuver the 41' RV, but if the park was full, it would have been a challenge. All services are located at the rear and are of good quality. They had 1 pull through site. The view is simply spectacular, especially sitting outside listening to the waves crashing on the shore. Good WiFi signal strength and bandwidth is included. Interior roads are gravel and are in reasonable condition. A family run campground, with great owners. We will be back.
We spent 8 great nights and our experience was diametrically opposed to the previous review. While it probably was a quarry for building the bridge and causeway, it no longer is and we never heard any activities commensurate with quarry operations. On arrival we were met by the owner, who gave us a quick tour of the facilities prior to being escorted to our site. The sites are extremely generous, with our pull-through at least 75' long and about 35' wide. All services were well located and good quality. Site was level. Interior roads are gravel, but in excellent condition. I noted after heavy rain they were immediately out repairing pot holes. We enjoyed the 1 day of heavy rain as it washed the dust off the coach and truck. The view is elevated and overlooks the entrance into Lake Bras D'or and 1 afternoon we watched a cruise ship pass under the bridge. Owners and staff are excellent, very friendly. The park is also very dog friendly and if not busy they also have areas to run dogs. We will definitely return.
We are a big rig with 41' 5th wheel and a crew cab long bed F350 truck. Although the reviews say it isn't big rig friendly, we did fit, although I should qualify that even the entrance is a tight fit. Our site was a pull-through with easy access, but departure was challenging. In fact if we had a neighbour I would have had to back out. The interior roads are gravel and in reasonably good condition. Sites are level, fairly short and very tight together, with the awning into the next site. The bonus is the view, which is spectacular. If it wasn't for the view this campground would have been rated lower.
Located about 1 mile from the Confederation Bridge and adjacent to the road, noise is definitely an issue. The grounds have trees in the back, but the front is literally an open field with access road down the middle. The 50 amp sites are at the front, close to the road and noise is definitely an issue - 24/7 as every vehicle using the bridge drives past the campground. Our section was basically a grass field with services. Sites are very close, with our off-door side slide outs at the line and the awning on the other side actually over the line. Fortunately, they weren't busy and only filled every 2nd site, which made it comfortable. Services are well located, but water pressure/volume is low. The sites slope side to side and also front to back. They also had a drop off on either side of the road. WiFi was good. Positives - staff were very pleasant.
This is a city owned site at the edge of town located right on the ocean. Excellent check-in experience as the lady advised which sites were available and she asked we check them out, pick one and when set up come back to complete the paperwork. We selected a back-in with the rear of the coach towards the beach and ocean. The road is rather narrow and while the campground isn't busy we had no difficulty backing in, but if tents were across from us we couldn't access those sites. For those times, they have pull-though sites for big rigs. Sites are a reasonable distance apart and services well located and of good quality. Interior road is paved. WiFi is excellent for both signal strength and bandwidth. Both nights we were here they had a free concert to attend. The beach is right behind the campground and dogs are OK off-leash on the beach. All people we met in the town are super friendly. Great basic reasonably priced campground in a friendly town with million dollar view. You bet we'll be back.
Stopped for a night while heading through Quebec. It is located close to the Hwy # 20, but is shielded from road noise. Check-in was quick and they spoke English. The grounds are long and narrow and only 1 single fairly narrow road doubles as an entry and exit, so passing an opposing vehicle is challenging, especially on tight corners. Our site and others around us was fairly short, being insufficient to park the truck in front of the coach (41' 5'er). They are also fairly tight and we had our neighbour's water pipe in the middle of the grass just outside the door. Services were good quality, Wifi was reasonable. Interior roads were gravel and reasonable condition. No pet area that we could find. Departure was a challenge with trucks parked everywhere. Doesn't help that their signs are only in French. Way over priced for the quality of the sites.
We stayed 4 nights making a reservation at the last minute. Check-in was prompt and the staff pleasant. The pool and kids activities are located adjacent to the entrance, so we dealt with lots of kids, including those on bikes, while we approached the entrance barrier. Once inside our first impression dropped when we saw the poor condition of the roads. They may have been paved at one time, but are not maintained. Large potholes are everywhere. The initial shaded area is full of older static units. Our site was at the far end, it sloped front to back and was gravel. Services were well located and good quality. Sites were a reasonable distance apart, with grass between the sites. Our area had a small tire track in which you could easily break an ankle at night. WiFi - worst we have ever seen in a campground. Signal strength is good. but bandwidth is almost zero. From 05:00 to about 07:00 is was useable, but slow. After 07:00 it was unusable for the remainder of the day. Couldn't even download 500KB of email. Even with a few trees around we were able to pick up the Shaw sats. No dog area or fenced run. Will not return - low budget, poorly maintained facility with rich pricing.
Well located just off the #400 motorway North of Toronto. Easy checking in and find it a typical KOA with lots of activities for kids. Roads are gravel and in our section are plenty wide for big rig access. The site is a level gravel pull through about 70' in length. Services are well located and good quality. They have trees between sites, but no problem getting access to the satellites. Site separation is good, with well maintained grass lawns between sites. They have a reasonably sized and fenced dog area, but they also have huge grass areas where you can actually run the dogs. We will return if back in this area.
We didn't have a reservation and stopped in for 1 night. We arrived at 13:00 and as checkout isn't until 14:00 didn't have many choices of site. Only site for a 41' 5th wheel with at least 30 amps was a deluxe pull-through. Bit pricey for only 1 night. It's a typical KOA with lots of amenities for kids. Roads are a mixture of paved and gravel and in some locations are challenging for 60' + rigs. Our site access was down a narrow gravel road and had a tree on either side at the front of the site. With less than 2' clearance to the trees at the front we had to position the coach with the front slides behind the trees. The site was level, services well located and it came with a patio, lawn furniture and BBQ. No satellite reception. Unfortunately we spent the night that Detroit had 6" of rain, so couldn't use the patio. Getting out of the site was tight as I had to completely clear the trees before turning - only had 3' of clearance. The turn at the building towards the exit was also a challenge because of the cars parked across the street. With the sun in the mirrors had to ask the wife to get out and watch the building on the inside. The dog run was a joke - yes it was fenced. but it might have been 10' x 10'. Our departure collected a number of spectators wondering how I was going to get the rig out of the trees. Would we return? Probably not.
We stayed here for a week while attending our manufacturer's annual Rally. The first thing we noted is the Manager and her staff are simply wonderful, right from check-in. No request was too much bother for them. Internal roads and sites are gravel, with roads easily navigated by big rigs and the sites reasonably level. Services are well located and good quality. They have a few trees between sites, but nothing to impede satellite reception. Excellent dog areas, with one being a long grass lawn where I could actually run our GSD. Facilities also excellent with a covered area with tables in addition to a building. We were the smaller rally so in the evening they let us block off one of the roads and set up tables and a fire ring. They even have a RV & truck wash station at the entrance. Only downside is it is a dry county, so stock up with refreshments before arrival. We will definitely return.
The entry to the campground is down a very steep hill, with a couple of bends and trees both sides. Check-in was quick and staff pleasant. Roads are gravel and generally in good condition, although not overly big rig friendly. We were in a full hookup, 50 amp pull-through. The sites alternate front to back, so 2 adjacent RVs are door side facing each other - different. Services are good. No Wi-Fi and only had 1 bar on a 3G Verizon signal, so Internet access was non-existent. It's OK for a 1 or 2 night stopover, but no longer.
The entrance is a long gravel drive, which provides access to an older KOA park. We spent 4 nights in a pull- through, FHU site with 50 Amps. The campground backs onto the I-90 and is otherwise surrounded by cornfields. The office staff are pleasant and check-in was completed quickly. Interior roads are gravel and are generally in good condition. The pull-through site is also gravel and must be 80'long, with the rear 60' reasonably level. The sites are well spaced apart, with grass between sites Services are good, although water pressure did drop off when the park was full. Good view of the Shaw satellites from our site and good 4G Verizon signal. Didn't use the Wi-Fi. They have excellent facilities - large swimming pool, smaller fenced pet area, shop, kid's playground and lounge. They also have a propane filling station. Might not have manicured lawns, but a great spot to stop for a few days. We would return, if passing through this area again.
No reservations, and on arrival you check in at the hotel. Just over $20 for 2 nights - unbelievable. The RV area is at the edge of the parking lot and each site is a concrete pad, with grass on both side. Services include 30 amp power, water, and sewer. Water pressure is excellent. Picked up Wi-Fi from the hotel, but it was weak. Good 4G signal on Verizon. It's in the middle of nowhere, but a great deal for a couple of nights.
It is located by the Aquatic Centre and has an area of non-serviced sites and a separate area with full service sites. Our site was in the area with services. The access road is paved and in excellent condition, while the RV sites are located on a large gravel area just off the road. Each site has 30 amp power and water, and every 2 sites share a sewer. No Wi-Fi or phone, but at $25 a night it is a great deal. The area is surrounded by grass and is spotlessly clean. Great location and we would return.
Really easy to locate, about 1 mile East of the city and just off the Trans-Canada Hwy. Check-in was easy, then followed the gravel road to our back-in 30 amp site. The roads are sufficiently wide and corners are big rig friendly. Roads are gravel and are generally in good repair. Our site had lots of space for our 41' 5th wheel, only issue was the deep ruts at the entrance. Surely they should be addressed. Services - water and sewer were good, but power was terrible. We could only draw about 7 amps before our surge protector cut out due to voltage drop. At a 12 amp draw the voltage was below 97 volts. Couldn't get an electrician the first night due to storm, but they had one early next morning. Replaced the breaker, but fault in the wiring. Oh, well only 2 nights, so we survived. The park is old and dated, but has new young owners, and chatting with him he has big plans for improvement. Although not a successful visit, we will give them another chance if coming through this area again.
It is basically a lot, adjacent to a busy railway, with dusty roads and way too many RV sites. No toilet block and no parking area. Initially went to a full service pull-through, but it is actually 2 sites. If someone is in the rear site it is a back-in. All services are at the road, so our power wouldn't reach. Had to move 2 vehicles to get out. Moved to a back-in with only power and water. The day we left I again had to get vehicles moved to get out. Also not very dog friendly. As soon as I took the dogs out of they vehicle they shouted can you take them outside the park. Definitely won't be back to this place, its really only an expensive rest stop. Also way over priced for what they offer.
The campground is conveniently located to Banff and the Trans-Canada Hwy. It consists of 8 parallel roads with sites off both sides of the road. All services are adjacent to the road, so those on the North side have to turn around to orientate the RV to the services. Interior roads are paved and in good condition. Choose you site carefully, as they aren't all full service and some are double sites. We were in 322, which was large enough for our 41' 5'er. Services were conveniently located and of good quality. This site has no access to satellite signals from a roof top dish, but some in row 100 should see the satellites. The convenience to Banff and the Park is great, but being without Wi-Fi today is a challenge. If we return we will look at a Canadian hotspot.
Excellent small campground adjacent to the Trans-Canada Hwy, about 6 miles West of Salmon Arm. The sites are level with gravel base and all services are good. The Swiss/Canadian owners take great pride in their campground and it is maintained spotlessly clean. Shortly after we arrived they were out with the rake to re-level the gravel from the tire ruts. Flowers abound. Great fire pit for all to use. We will be back again.
Wow, what a gem of a park. Located across the I-5 from the casino and behind the truck stop. The short distance from the I-5 cuts the road noise. Great staff guide you to the site, which is a concrete pad surrounded by well manicured grass. Excellent landscaping. The site is level and services are well located. Cable TV is included. Interior roads are paved and in excellent condition. Big rigs aren't a problem. They have an indoor pool, BBQ's, fire pits, kids playground +++. Had dinner in the buffet, which is also excellent and good value. Will definitely be back next time we are heading up or down I-5.
This was our 2nd visit to this park when heading down I-5. It is located about 2 miles from I-5 and has easy access. It is clean and well maintained. We had a pull through site with easy access and egress. Services are good. Roads are paved and generally in good condition and appropriate for big rigs. They are surrounded by a dike, which is great for walking the dogs. Has a mall with a Safeway & diesel just across the I-5. Great place to stop for a night or a few days.
Rate is a monthly rate for a premium grass and patio site, discounted for paying up front. This is a very clean and well maintained park that has received extensive upgrades in the past couple of years. The sites are mostly back-in and are spacious being about 35' wide by 50' length. We had a level concrete pad for the coach, a separate concrete pad for the truck and an additional concrete patio. We also had a hedge at the rear providing privacy. Services are excellent, although they don't have cable TV. The roads are paved and in excellent condition and are wide enough to facilitate backing up big rigs. Every person is guided to the site and assisted by a member of the staff. They have a great club house and 2 pools. Excellent activities and social events, which include a complimentary waffle breakfast daily. Grounds and common areas are clean and well maintained. Everyone is super friendly. Will be stopping in here again when heading North and booking for next year.
Reservations are very poor. They confirmed our site the day before, but when we arrived it was full. Office wasn't open when we arrived just before 4 pm on a Saturday. Put us in a non-pet site and we have 2 dogs. Quickly found out that some of the full time residents aren't overly friendly, some are actually down right rude. Sites are too short for big rigs - we are 41' 5er and we hung over the back and the nose was at the edge of the road. Roads are paved, but are rather narrow for big rigs with long bed CC trucks. Services are conveniently located and are good. Lots of cable channels. Sites are gravel for the rig and a concrete patio and separate pad for the truck. This is an older park and it is looking its age. Tried one of the mega parks, but won't return to this one.
This is a gated resort, with the gates closed about 5 PM. Interior roads are in excellent condition, asphalt and wide to accommodate big rigs. Easy access about 2 miles south of I-10. All staff are super friendly. Once checked in the host leads you to the site and assists directing you onto the pad. They have an area with gravel and an area with grass, we selected the later. Each site has a 40'+ level concrete pad for the RV and a separate concrete pad for the tow or towed vehicle. Services are good, but no cable or phone. TVs and free phones, including free long distance to US/Canada, are available in the clubhouse. Sites are very spacious with our site about 50' x 35'. Garbage is picked up daily from the front of your site. The clubhouse and pool area is spotless. They also arrange activities which include complimentary breakfasts, BBQ lunches, sports, arts/crafts, visits to local attractions and about weekly evening entertainment. We'll be back. Just make sure you arrive before 5 PM or the gate is closed.
The park is located just off CA 58 a few miles East of Bakersfield. It is a great location for a stop over. The office staff was friendly and efficient. The roads are asphalt and in good condition. Sites are reasonably level, gravel, and are long and reasonably wide. Services are excellent - 50 Amp available, good water pressure and sewer. Cable is also available, but we didn't use it. Wireless is excellent. Best we have seen at an RV park with a strong signal and fairly fast speed. If you like oranges, well this is the place to come. There are loads of trees throughout the property and they are all loaded with fresh oranges. It is help yourself. We stayed 1 night and will return.
This is a great location for a stop over on I-5. The casino is about 1/2 mile from the I-5 exit. The RV sites are located at the rear of the property furthest from I-5, so we heard minimal road noise. The sites are all pull through and are gravel. Our site was reasonably level, sloping gradually from front to rear. The sites are just over 70' long and have reasonable distance between adjoining sites. We have 5 slides and had no problems. The roads are asphalt and are in good condition. Services are good. 50 amp power is available, water pressure is good, and sewer is available. No cable is available. The wireless signal was weak and access rather slow. No enclosed pet area, but lots of space to walk the dogs and we have 2 large dogs. Went for dinner in the casino, but it wasn't the best. Probably wouldn't eat here again. Can't comment on the casino. Small shop and diesel also available. We stayed a couple of nights and will definitely be back when heading back up I-5.
Nice small park directly off Hwy #97 in Oliver. Also has the airport directly behind, but road noise and aircraft noise is surprisingly low. The park is spotlessly clean and very well maintained. It is mostly asphalt, with strips of well maintained grass between the sites. Our site was a pull through and was level. Interior roads are excellent. Services are all at a single location, at each site, and are well placed. Power - 50, 30 and 15 amp available at each site. Water pressure is good, but water has lots of minerals. Cable TV has almost 60 channels. Wireless signal strength is excellent, but internet access is periodically lost. They have a small clubhouse at the office, which also has an outside covered area with picnic tables and BBQ's. Only downside is the sites are rather close. Nice park close to a number of wineries in the Southern Okanagan. Grocery store within walking distance. We will stay here again.
The location is brilliant, about 1 mile down hill from Hwy # 3 and just above the river and beach. The location blocks out almost all the road noise. With clearly defined rules that are enforced and an effective management team, this facility has great potential. Sadly, none of the aforementioned are present. During check in they do not even provide a site map or access code for the internet. Our site was a pull through, but it dropped off significantly at the back and the tree branches are not cropped high enough for big rigs. The roads are narrow, but in good repair. Services - the water is from a well and has great pressure, sewer was well located. Power was 30 amp and we experienced no issues. No cable TV. Wireless is advertised, but isn't available. I walked to a few sites and could not access it anywhere. Advised the Manager and her response was blame Telus. Rules don't exist, therefore sites have multiple tents, vehicles and even large boat trailers parked everywhere. They have no quiet time as both nights we had children screaming at 11pm to even midnight. Navigating a big rig is somewhat challenging due to the additional vehicles parked along and at times on the road. Departing our site I had to back up first to clear tree stumps. Definitely not worth $44.
We stayed in our 40'+ 5th wheel in a 30 amp site. This area of the campground is not big rig friendly. We barely managed to turn around, but the chap next to us with a 34' trailer touched one of the trees. The 50 amp sites are more big rig friendly. The site was level, but had no delineated pad of gravel, concrete, etc. Water pressure was OK, and the sewer was reasonably located. Power was only 30 amp, and was at best average. Had numerous surges, and when the A/C was on we could only use lights. Using the kettle, microwave, built-in hoover, etc. tripped the breaker when also used with a single A/C unit. No cable is provided at these sites, which is poor for sites costing $50 per night. Wireless signal varies from fair to poor and is the slowest we have experienced. Our site was also infested with ants and wasps, with the wasps so bad that you couldn't sit outside. Landscaping at the 50 amp sites is well maintained, but at the 15 amp and 30 amp it is non existent. At the pool they charge $12 per person per day, and it is normally standing room only. Don't plan on doing any swimming. Not worth it. Overall we were disappointed, definitely not worth $50 per night
We stayed 1 night in a 40' RV while heading further east. It is a small RV park, with cabins directly off the Trans Canada Hwy, about 6 miles from Salmon Arm. The entire facility is extremely clean and well maintained, and the owners are brilliant. All sites are level with a gravel base, and services are all centrally located at each site. We had site # 1, which is designated as a pull through. Smaller rigs will make the entry turn easily, but bigger rigs must drive forward & back a few times to access. Lots of room and the owner comes along to assist. Big rigs should also watch the first corner at the office--it is a bit tight on the inside tree. Excellent 50 amp power, water pressure slightly low, cable TV has good channel selection, and they even have wired Internet available at the sites. Noise - obviously yes, as you are next to the highway. Can't have it both ways. Didn't both, and each site has the best picnic tables at any campground we have visited. We will be back.
This park is located about 300 yds from Hwy 101 in Cannon Beach. It has lots of trees for shade, which are well trimmed to prevent contact with the roof. The sites are asphalt and are reasonably well spaced apart, with grass between the sites. The interior roads are asphalt, which are reasonably well maintained. Some of the corners are very tight for 40' 5'ers, especially when the park is full and coaches are parked close to the road. Our site was designated 42' to 48', but with the back of the coach level with the pad the front cap was at the edge of the road, so we had to back up further. Services are very good. It also includes an indoor pool. Cannon Beach is a short 10 min walk and an underpass is provided below Hwy 101. It is a great location and a nice park.
This is a nice park about 5 miles south of Florence, with Lake Woahink on one side and the dunes/ocean on the other. The sites are gravel, generally level and have hedges between the sites for privacy. They are also very wide with plenty room left when the slides and awning are out. Roads are asphalt and in great condition. Services are good, with wireless signal strength good and speed acceptable. The entire park is very clean and well maintained. The rules create a safe, quiet and enjoyable holiday. The staff in the office are excellent.
Great RV park to the south of Bandon. Internal roads are asphalt and in great condition. Sites are level and we had a concrete pad. Lots of grass between adjacent sites. The services are excellent - cable TV has over 70 channels, wireless signal is excellent and bandwidth is better than most, 50 Amp power, water and sewer are all good. The staff are excellent and very informative. The office has a small clubhouse that provides tea & coffee. Do not confuse this facility with another RV Park in the city, which resembles a gravel parking lot. Our German Shepherd and Labrador were very welcome.
We stayed for 5 nights in May 2013 in a 5'er. The park is in an excellent location being directly across from the beach, which is only 30' from our coach. Whales are visible daily about 100 yds from shore and yesterday we had about a 3 hr show. The park itself is rather basic and is literally an asphalt/gravel pad running parallel to the beach. The sites are very close together and have no shade or privacy. The power is good, although only 30 amps, but the water pressure is low and internet access is slow, with a weak signal at our location. The maintenance staff are excellent and very friendly, but the lady in the office requires some customer service training. The area between the park and beach is a public road and beach parking. It is very busy and noisy, especially on weekends. Rates are high for the quality of the facility, but the location and views are priceless.
We stayed for a week in May 2013 in one of the sites backing onto Hwy 101. While we experienced some noise from the highway it was a short walk under the bridge to the beach. Great location and lots of room between the sites. The roads are gravel and good condition. The sites are also gravel and reasonably level. They have lots of grass and have planted trees for shade. All staff were great and very friendly. Services were good and internet access was reasonably good, although I note the park was not full.