firstname.lastname@example.org 53.225434,-106.391369 Large modern playground adjacent to supervised outdoor swimming and paddling pools. Campground has picnic tables, wood, barbecues, camp kitchen and a modern bathroom/shower facility. Tourist information booth on site. After hours, honor system for payment. 30 amp power was extremely stable. I pushed it hard with the air conditioner, water heater, converter, and fridge. Lowest voltage was 115.9. The wifi requires a "key" which one has to phone to get. 306-747-9098. Power water and sewer $25. Power $20. Primitive $10. I would stay here again.
Expensive. A little hard to find, especially if the sun were down. No shade, but there will be 20 years from now. Sites are not entirely level. I feel as if I am under the Sun's anvil. Washrooms are new and there are two which are Unisex. WiFi works well. All sites are 50 amp only, so bring along an adapter. They do rent adapters for $2 per night. Power is stable and voltage drop is acceptable. sites are "twinned" with services in the middle. This allows space on the side door between sites. There are picnic tables. I had no choice about staying as I could not find another campground with an opening. At the price I would not stay again, unless nothing else was available.
It was quiet. It was pretty. One of the two bath houses is shut down (forever). WiFi did not extend to site F10 on a Mac but did work with a PC. The maintenance man has changed F10 to 20 amp, but did not tell the front desk staff. Office staff is cheerful. The main breaker for the F "lane" is only 100 amps. That is a bit light for 11 spots. The main breaker for the "lane" did trip. Beautiful trees, but that may limit folks who have slides. Washrooms are old but were clean. The are closed from 11 a.m. to 12 noon. Check out time is 11 a.m. I would stay there again.
30 amp power pedestals have only one female plug. There was little voltage drop even when I was using 3400 watts. The Wi-Fi worked well, but the park is not exactly bursting full with clients at the moment. Showers are $2.00 for 8 minutes. Laundry was $2 for the washer and $2.25 for the drier. Both areas were clean. The water system is off for the winter, but there is a dump site and a way to refill with fresh water. They have a "thing" about not parking on the grass. Staff were friendly and easy to work with. Roads and pads seem to be in good condition. They charge $1 less for a 15 amp site, and $2 more for a 50 amp site. Snow removal on the roads was done promptly. There is a small store in the office with convenience type foods. I will stay here again. Office hours in the winter are from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Park has no cell phone service. The host requires folks to leave something at the site to show that it is not abandoned. I was less than pleased to find my site taken by another camper. The Falls are quite lovely. It is located on the old highway. There are vault toilets. Wood is two bundles for $15.00. I'd stay here again.
21 of the 43 sites may be reserved. It is far from the highway and up a fairly steep hill. The road is paved but breaking up. There is an over flow camping area which I stayed in. Generator hours are 9 to 11 a.m. and 6 to 8 p.m. The cheapest dump site is at the Visitor's Center in Fernie. Potable water is available in the Park. I would stay here again.
A lovely campsite. Close to the highway, but fairly quiet all the same. 15 amp power but lots of oomph. Water connection at the sites. Rinse water at the dump station. It is operated by the Town. Fire wood was provided, as are picnic tables. I would camp here again.
The good: excellent fast Wi-Fi, big rig friendly pull through sites, friendly helpful host, a small recreation room, good water pressure, good power (125 volts, unloaded). The bad: no tables, no trees, no shade, smell of rotting vegetation (possibly from flooding early this year). There are many long term residents. I would stay again, but it is not a "destination" park.
Hi, The sites are close together. Power is excellent but 30 amp only. (no 15 amp) The wifi requires a voucher--I was too tired to inquire if there is a fee for getting the voucher. The sites are level and shaded. It is a "nothing special" campsite. The manager is friendly. It is pricey for what you get, but that seems to be the trend in Drumheller.
Hi, This is an old campground and as of this year is under new ownership. The Wi-Fi seemed to work well and the 30 amp power was extremely stable. There are a very few pull through sites. The gates are closed at 9 p.m. and re open at 6 a.m., but they are on rollers so folks can leave earlier than that if need be. I quite enjoyed the smell from neighboring campfires. It appears that campgrounds in Drumheller are about $10.00 more than the "going rate" in other towns nearby. I would stay here again--but will also try a different campground on my next visit.
Hi all, The website is fairly misleading as to the conditions at the campground. Few sites are level. There are two sites with 50 amp power and some sites do have sewer. Verizon cell phones may have 1 bar (or less) here, but data modems do work. The website offers a discount of $5.00 if you print the page and give it to the owner. The rate above reflects that reduction in price. The campground is near the Crazy Horse monument which is why it was selected. I came in a good time, picked out a site. I tracked down the owner, paid for the site and asked them to please put a reserved sign up. Imagine my dismay when I returned after the light show at Crazy Horse at ten o'clock at night to find the space filled by another RV. I pulled into another site--but it sure didn't leave me feeling "warm and cosy" towards the management. I would not stay here again.
Hi, This a clean and quiet RV park located right on US 59, 15 miles south of I-35. It is open year round. Good power--but we were initially the only RV in the Park. All sites are pull through. There are no toilets. There are picnic tables. Payment is by cash or cheque. It is located at the intersection of Highway 59 and Central St. There are a few shaded spots. I would stay here again.
There are two Wi-Fi servers, both of which are fast. The laundry is spotless and air conditioned. Cell phones work well. There is a valet service for pick up and delivery to the Casino. On a first visit the players card is loaded with $25.00 for playing. One has to put in $1.00 of your own cash to activate the card. The usual fee for the campground is $21.00 but they reduce that by $5.00 if you pick up a players club card. They are also Camp Club USA so a 50% discount is possible. There are daily meal specials, such as the two for one buffet on Wednesdays. The showers are large and unisex. I would stay here again.
Hi, This campground features level gravel sites. It has trees that some day may add shade without interfering with the RV pads. There is a dump station at the exit. The electrical system is excellent. The lowest voltage I saw was 117 while running both the air conditioner and microwave. Pedestals have 50, 30, and 20 amp outlets. The Verizon USB760 data card worked well. There is water at each site. There is no comfort station or showers. There are, unfortunately, a lot of flies. Did I mention there are a lot of flies? The price has recently gone from $10 to $15 per night. I would stay here again.
Hi, This is a lovely little park with no water and no dump site. There is a food store within walking distance. There are 30 amp and 20 amp outlets with breakers on the six pedestals. Each site has a picnic table. There are no fire pits. There are shade trees. It is near the highway but there is little noise from that. Fees are to be dropped off at the Municipal building at 202 Elm Street (highway). The local factory whistle blows at 7 a.m. which I found charming. There is poor cell phone service but my Verizon data stick works well. I'd stay here again.
Hi, I stayed at site #172 which offers a nice view of the Valley. The trade off is that this site has no shade. There are lovely raised fire capable barbeques and wood is provided free of charge. The dump site has a flush hose provided--but has no male threads on it. The Electric is 30 amps--but exhibits great stability with almost no voltage drop. This might be because I arrived on a Sunday night and the campground was almost empty. The seasonal sites had RV's in them, but there were almost no other folks around about. There are also 20 amp plugs, so I used an extra shore power cord for just my converter. The washrooms and laundry facility were clean. Part of the park near the lake is flooded. That includes the mini golf facility, the beach and the picnic spots near the lake. My Sasktel GSM data modem worked extremely well at this location. I would stay here again.
This resort has nice facilities: but Wi-Fi is $5.00 per night or $10.00 for three days. The sites are close together, grass and have a concrete pad to act as a patio. The RV gets parked on the grass. The facilities are clean, but for my style of camping it is not too useful to me. Others may like it: but I found it overpriced. I would not stay again.
This is your basic asphalt jungle campground. There are picnic tables. There is a list of rules. I stopped here because the blizzard I was trying to outrun was beginning to catch up to me. It may be that this section of the RV park is winter use only, so perhaps there are some better sites in the summer time. They charged $23.00 for an electric only site. There is WiFi but it seems to reset once per hour. The power is good: but then I'm the only RV in the entire place. Power pedestals have 50, 30, and 20 amp outlets. I'm using a 20 and a 30. The twenty to just run the converter and 1000 watts of heaters. The thirty to run 2500 watts of heaters and the fridge. I would stay at Wal-Mart, if it were summer time.
A typical, close together site KOA. The WiFi is included but requires a new "key" each and every time one logs on. I found it a bit spendy. I do not know why a campground in Missouri would find it needful to shut down their pool on the Labor Day weekend. The campground is clean and there are lots of pull through sites. The 20 amp-outlet was non functional in site #35. I would not stay here again.
Rate reflects discount for AAA membership. There is some road noise. The gas station attendant insisted I pay cash. I'd not recommend this park except as a basic overnight stop. I would look for a different campsite next time, but in a pinch would stay here again.
It has nice trails and a ravine to explore. There are three (or more) lakes. Sites are level consisting of grass and gravel. No Wi-Fi, but there is cell phone service. I'd stay here again. GPS numbers are 29.847834,-81.961766
In addition to the fee for the campground there is a $10.00 entrance fee to the park. The WiFi works well. I found it nice but not a bargain. Most of the activities in the park are "weekend only" from September on. I might stay here again, but it is spendy.
This town run campground has many shady sites. The washroom is uni-sex and has a single toilet, and single shower. There is a good stout door that locks for privacy. It was extremely clean and had supplies available. The sites are small so anything over 30 feet may have a problem. There are 13 non serviced sites. The serviced sites have both 30 amp and 15 amp outlets with breakers on the pedestals. The water supply is way up in the air and has good pressure. Fire wood is available. The weekly rate is $150.00 serviced; $100.00 non serviced. The monthly rate is $500.00 serviced; $400.00 non serviced. Fees are paid on the honor system and checks are accepted. Check out time is 1:00 pm. There is a dump site. The entrance location is 50.65341,-104.863411 Email: email@example.com I would stay here again.
Hi all, There are 21 electrical sites and 30 non-electrical sites available in the park. St. Victor's Petroglyphs is located nearby at the Provincial Historic Park. There is no potable water at the park. Daily pass is $5.00 or the full season is $38.00 (applies to all Regional Parks in the Province) There are very few 30 amp sites. There are pit toilets which I did not use. I'd stay here again.
Hi all. There has been too much rain this spring, so one entire loop is not yet accessible. If the golf club is open, then payment via credit card is available. The showers are coin operated and were clean. Because of the closure and because it was Canada Day, our camping was done in the overflow area. There is one electric site in the overflow, and I got it! It did require 130 feet of cord. That site also has water but I did not bother hooking up. Coffee is available as are adult beverages at the club house. Cell phone service is one to two bars, but my trusty usb modem is working well. I purchased a one year pass for the Regional Parks for $30.00. The other option is $7.00 per day. Many of the electric sites are 20 amp only. There are two drive though sites. There are ten overflow sites which cost $15.00. Many of the sites are taken by seasonal campers. If I had my way, I'd ban seasonal sites. If they want the site: let them pay the daily rate. There is a dump site. I'd stay here again.
The park has a gravel access road and grass sites. There are picnic tables. Electric is 15 amps, but solid and available at 22 sites with city water. Not all sites are shaded. The sites are fairly level. Payment is on the honor system. Pick out a site, and go back and pay within 1/2 hour. Hint, take along a pencil or pen to fill in the envelope. Folks who do not stay are invited to donate $2.00 if they use the dump site. GPS is 50.942275,-102.7881. I would stay here again.
Hi all: this is my second visit to this facility. It features back in sites with hedges between each offering wonderful privacy. Quiet time is enforced. The only negative is the $6.00 charge for sewer dump. However there are three free dump sites in the city. I would stay here again.
I chose this park because its proximity to the Wright Brother's museum. The sites have little to recommend them. There was free wifi from a nearby hotel. The sewer connection is uphill and right by the fence, so not terribly useful. There is no bath house or restrooms. It is definitely a one night only stop. There are many permanent residents. I would not stay here again.
This is a tiny park between a busy street and a River. There are 15 amp electrical outlets. There are no showers--but there are toilets. The facilities are locked by 8 P.M. The fee is a free will donation. It is close to a grocery store, K-Mart and a McDonald's. 38.38834 -81.82655 1477 Maccorkle Ave. I loved seeing the barges on the River. I would stay here again.
The fee includes a day park pass, and a camping site with electricity. We had the park entirely to ourselves. There is some traffic noise from I-94. It is a gorgeous location. We would stay here again.
We arrived after hours and before we could call the assistance number the campground owner arrived to help us. He was courteous and friendly. We checked in and he had us follow him to our pull through site. The rate reflects a Good Sam discount. The park is exceptionally quiet at night. The sites are close together. There was no campground map in the hand out we were given. I would stay here again.
This camp is right by the #1 highway about 10 kilometers from Winnipeg. It is well treed. There are no showers. The office is at the Esso Station "C" store. The WiFi only works in the coffee shop (not a restaurant). They did have it working in the park but it has failed and they do not know how to fix it. I chose it based on its location. There are 35 RV sites and 35 tent sites. There are just 19 30-amp sites. Even with the campground practically empty there are issues with power fluctuation. Fortunately it is cold tonight (3 C) so I am able to mask the highway noise by using the heat strip in my air conditioner. I would not stay here again.
The GPS location is 52.10713 -106.69293. Water pressure is 100 psi, so be sure to use a reducer! There is a small store in the office and they do stock pressure reducers. The sites are paved, large and fairly level. There are hedges between sites with excellent privacy, a picnic table and fire grill included in the grassy enclosure. The Wifi is free and works well. No visitors are allowed after 11 p.m. The dump station charge is $6.00. There are free dump sites at both the Flying J and the Husky gas stations at the north end of the city. There is another free dump site at an Esso Station on the west end of the city. I was quite amazed that so many folks were already out in their RV's. The camp does have an overflow area. Some of the overflow sites allow generator use but some do not. It is owned and operated by the City of Saskatoon. I would stay here again.
49.83874 -101.52202 Lions Club Campground Maryfield, SK. There are eight grassy sites. 15 amp power. During the summer season there are showers. There are some picnic tables and campfire rings. Payment is on the honor system.
There is a lovely little campground very near Fillmore SK. GPS 49.88507 -103.43888 First night free--2nd night $2.00. There is a sign on the highway and it is just south and on the very west side of the community. There are 5 15 amp outlets (four of them on one pedestal so bring long cords) a potable water supply and so "not too nice" pit toilets (a fair walk to them). Lovely shade trees, a couple of fire pits, and two above the ground grills for charcoal use. I would stay here again.
Fee includes entry to swimming pool. Rest rooms and showers at the pool--but dedicated for Campground use. Some distance from campground to pool. There is a dump station available. I would stay here again.
Wi-Fi next season. Showers $1.00 for six minutes. Lovely trees. There is a train track beside campground. They have seniors rates. There is a pool nearby. Small store in office. Dump site with rinse water.
Water has receded so don't expect to go boating. It was marvelously quiet and staff were very helpful. Self registration is in effect--but there is a campground host. I'd come and stay for several days and wander around the hills. A lovely place to take a break from it all.
Pool has no hours and folks seem to be careful about that. Some highway noise so those who prefer "ultra quiet" may wish to stay elsewhere. Staff friendly and very helpful. Things get done *now*. WiFi is included with camping fee (hurray, let's all ask for this at our fav camps).
Four nights free--then rate is $35.00 per week. No showers, Pay phone on site. 48.32070N 102.38973W. Dakota Drug Company soda fountain (south 2 blocks)is the only place in the US to still sell a "whirl-a-whip." I had one and it is extremely good value for the money.
15 amp power only. There is drinking water at site 5 and a hose could be attached if one had a splitter to allow others to use it. There is a golf course--and washrooms at the club house. Daily vehicle fee is $5.00 or purchase a Regional Park Sticker. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for reservations (accepted year round). Open June 1 to Labor Day Long Weekend. There are fire grates on the ground. Town has fuel, grocery store, restaurant and fast food. I'd stay here again. gps 50.21436N 103.44815W
Honor system for payment. Some 30 amp, some 15. Paddling pool, jungle gym and washrooms. Grass sites with braziers on poles for cooking and some picnic tables. Well maintained. I'd stay here again. 50.19713N 103.14259W
A nice community campground. No electrical spots with shade--but tent folks need those more than RV folks. There is a sewer dump and rinse water. Potable water available at showers. The Wi-Fi was "in the wild" not an attribute of the particular park.
52.46808 -107.40250 Radisson community camp ground picnic tables and grills less than ten sites vault toilet donation requested some road noise during the day—did not stay the night Aspen grove provides some shade lovely grass on all sites. A nice place to overnight and "get away from it all". There is cell phone service. I may not have the correct name--but there was nothing to indicate the name. Once upon a time there was water. I may have been too early in the season for it to be turned on.
Phone line in office area for modem access. Trains, planes and automobiles all contribute to the noise level. Not much in the store. I'd try another campground or boondock at the one Walmart in Calgary that allows that.
WiFi is available near the office. Lots of lovely trees. It is located on the old highway so it is very quiet. There was a "for sale" sign. I sure hope it stays open as I would definitely stay there again. Staff friendly.
WiFi barely covers first three rows of sites. Sites very close together. Pool was closed on this visit (Sept 11, 2007). Much noise from the highway with trucks roaring by. I'd not stay here again. Positives. Friendly accommodating staff.
I chose this because of it's location. Next time I'll choose somewhere else. Water hose was buried in the dirt to go under the site beside mine, as was the 30 amp power cord. Sites are very close beside each other. The one good thing (there is *always* something good) was how quiet the campground was. It was sold out. Owner seemed friendly but worn out. He spoke of having to be "creative" about supplying water and electric to the sites.
Back in site with narrow access road. Owner is very protective of the grass and will charge you if you happen to damaging it by driving on it. Wifi is "in the wild" but seems to work very well. We were promised a site--but that one was "given away" fortunately there was another site available. Nice view of the lake. No sign on new highway, found it by using GPS and microsoft Streets & Trips. Address: 2160 Old Okanagan Hwy Westbank , British Columbia Canada, V4T 1A1
Sites are tight together and appear to all be "pull through". Wifi is *very* flaky and requires a "wep" key which is "sold" for $1.00. I don't understand why it had so many drop outs as it was a steady 2 bars out of 5. Water pressure was fine at night and low in the morning. Office is open from 10:30 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. There is an "internet cafe" in the office which offers access at $2.00 for fifteen minutes.
Wifi extremely limited--barely connecting and I'm in a spot very near the router. 20 amp service--fine for one appliance at a time--but don't run your AC and anything else. I'd overnight here again. If it had not been so hot I would have gone to the Provincial Park just down the road--but BC provincial parks have no hookups at all.
Has Car rentals available. It was late at night and a shepherd vehicle guided us to the site. I chose it for the location nearby Mount Rushmore. It was a bit pricey compared to other campgrounds in the area.
Has Wifi for an extra fee. Campground looks old and a bit run down. I arrived at 8 p.m. on a Friday night. Large sign saying "open" but no one was there. It was raining and the gravel sites had an accumulation of water on them. I had reserved and paid in advance. It is 24 kilometers East of Cheyenne. I decided to not stay. Rates are higher when you reserve in advance. Not many other RV's were there. I dislike them advertising wifi when there is an extra fee for using it. It is on the north side of exit 377 about one kilometer East. Not recommended.
A lovely well treed campground. It has 2 heated log buildings with showers, washroom facilities and an office with confectionery space, a sani-dump for 62 sites, 37 are fully serviced, others have power and water and a few are unserviced. Cell phone works. I'd stop here again anytime. Reservations recommended for July and August.
Wifi very limited area. Cash only accepted for the fee. Shower and toilets require access code but were very clean. There are picnic tables at the sites and racks that can be used for starting a fire or barbecuing. Not all sites do 50 amp or 30 amp. My wife loves this campground. Very nice spa with geothermal heated water in town. Spa has an excellent dining room. Tunnels of Moose Jaw are worth a visit. There is a Flying J fuel station 370 North Service Rd. Hwy #11
Hi, I think the nightly rate is higher in summer time. When I visited it was winter so the charge was a very reasonable $12.00. Owner is friendly and helpful. Motel Rooms are clean too and $46.00 per night (tax included) Rooms are non smoking only.