We really enjoyed this campground. Staff was super friendly and unobtrusive. Nice large treed sites, very well kept. It is a bit of a hike to the showers, pool and store, but didn't mind. We will return and look forward to our next visit.
This is a very nice park with lots to do but, as with all Provincial parks We have visited lately - found the primary purpose of the park is to generate cash for the contractor - there is no longer any up keep of any of the facilities, rules are not enforced and it has taken a toll on the park and it's atmosphere. We hadn't even leveled our rig before getting asked for cash. The 20K speed limit is ignored by all, including the park staff as they were busily selling fire wood even though there were lots of kids running around. Such a shame.
Probably one one of the most well kept campgrounds I have ever been to. The washrooms were absolutely amazing and comfortable. There are life size wood carvings through out the parts: very cool. The fishing was very slow, but expected in the middle of summer. The office/store offers many items, even collectibles. I would have rated this park a 10 out of 10 except for the resort hosts. Not really friendly, seemed to be more of a bother to them than a business. I left with a cold feeling from this paradise. Most likely because after spending 2 nights at full rate without sewer hookups, they wanted $15.00 to use their sani-station even though they advertise it as included. There are a number of regulars and seasonal sites, we found the people in these spots had little regard for us weekenders - they had no problem walking through our site with their barking unleashed dogs on their way to visit their friends in the other sites. One stopped to piddle on our dog's sleep rug.
Very nice park, but very busy. Site are no larger than they have to be. We were next door to a family reunion - very noisy, barking dogs, people walking through sites, crying babies - no enforcement. For the price charged we were very disappointed. Sent Kids to Water Slides next door and paid for a full days activity, they went down the slides a total of 6 times each all day (lineups) - RIPOFF. I cannot recommend this park, even though I know it's potential is far greater than it currently presents it self to be.
Very crowded even though it was raining: lots of Albertans. Very little park enforcement. Loud trucks squawking tires. Fireworks after quiet hour. Park is 20+ miles from turnoff, but staff do not maintain the "campground full" sign. We ventured in despite the fact the sign showed no vacancy. We got the last open space available, but found that there were actually camp spaces empty that had nothing in them but speed boats. Even though there was ample parking close to the lake. They charges $5.00/ bundle of fire wood that is green, that even the heartiest of outdoors men could never get to burn. Must be to keep the mosquitos away. This camp ground has excellent potential, has an excellent house boat store on the lake and is absolutely beautiful. Just requires some management and care. Would avoid until this is remedied.
Large site, pull through, well vegetated makes for lots of privacy. Staff very friendly and helpful. Kids loved the indoor pool and Hot Tub. A short easy walk to the Eagle River which is very nice - has fishing and swimming (watch out where you keep your worms!!). We would highly recommend - next time We're in Sicamous, this is where we're headed.
Pay shower was cold, probably the worst shower I ever had to pay money for.(actually has a note to warn of this) Very tight, even with lots of reversing experience. Couldn't put out awning, had to place our lawn chairs around neighbors sewer connection - no room. No Camp Fires. Grass not kept up - dried up and tracks everywhere. Wasps were a big problem and the picnic tables sucked. The pool was great for the kids. We meant to stop in merely to re-charge and get cleaned up - but were very disappointed considering the price we were charged.
Definitely not for larger units, site are not meant for maneuvering anything over 20' long. The staff were great, very helpful and friendly. The hike to the beach is a fair distance, crowded once you get there with the local urban youth (not very pleasant) If your going to Wild Waves this is probably a one of the better places to camp. Would not make this a destination campground - quite busy.
Awesome Store, Great Staff, Large sites - Nice Park. Pool crowded, faraway and shallow. Kids found most games in game room were broken. WiFi is available only in area close to Kitchen. We would likely stay here again.
This is a very nice park, clean facilities, acceptable indoor pool and adequate store. The Hosts were very helpful and friendly. Found the sites to be very tight, even though they were pull through. Having a slide fully extended here is almost impossible. Found traffic passed very close to sites all hours - RV'rs love their Diesels!! If things were spread out a little bit and traffic was regulated this would be a 10 star park.
Hard to get a good sleep as traffic goes by all night. Very little to do in park, unless you walk the 6 blocks to town. Sight very cramped and tight, charged extra for WIFI. Facilities not adequate for number of sights, one washroom which closes for 2 hours in morning while they do cleanup. Lights go out if you take too long in shower. Charges extra for a fire pit, also charges if you don't pick up after your pet($50). Definitely better parks a short distance away. We left early with no refund.
Excellent park, very quiet and relaxing. Great store, lots of souveniers and trinkets, friendly staff, even has a cappuchino machine. Great view of Mount Hood. Facilities were exceptional, Kids loved the pool. Probably one of the best KOA's We've been to.
Definitely only an overnight stop. I have never been at a campground where the proprietors are on such a power trip - actually joked publicly about how they intimidate their camping customers and make their stay miserable (this was the owner/manager). The facilities were fair, but not well kept. I would not stay again or recommend to anybody. Not a really fun place for the family.
A Typical Provincial Park, Not very many Luxuries, but lots of outdoor activities. A Great Lake with an excellent beach - Even the fishing was pretty good. Most outhouses have flush toilets and are amply supplied. Don't forget any supplies though, because the nearest store is 40 minutes away. The sites are nice and big, with lots of tree and space between you and the next site. If you can handle the dry camping part this is definitely a park worth a couple of days.
What a great place to visit - Wells Grey Park is absolutely unbelievable, spectacular water falls. You definitely have to see at least once in your lifetime. The KOA was one of the nicer ones we have stayed at, unfortunately not one of the friendliest. I would have given this location a 10 if We were greeted with a better welcome, and a smile - even the grounds keeper sneered at us. Perhaps being early in the season or because of the volume of foreign visitors they just haven't gotten to the friendly part yet?
Absolutely the worst KOA or RV resort We have ever camped at. We were so tightly packed in - the only view was of other RV's. The owners have a house across from the camp ground where they come and go at all hours - racing as fast as they can, raising dust, making noise, not to mention the danger to all the kids in the park. I have to admit the facilities we're clean, and staff were presentable, but not overly friendly. When we arrived, landed in the middle of a heated arguement between our new neighbors and one of the staff, who tried to draw us in on the dispute. They parked us in a mud hole, that would not dry up all week(we all know how much fun this is). They have a great site along the river for swimming, unfortunately they don't enforce the "NO FISHING" rule - So you have to take your chances swimming around ignorant anglers submersed hooks. They kept packing people in until the wee hours of the morning, everyone in the RV area was disgruntled and grumpy cause of the lack of sleep.