We camped with 3 other families. The kids had a great time with the waterslides and wave pool and the other activities around the park, which meant the parents had their own fun. Got to say that this is the loudest park we have ever stayed in. Loud parties until 2 am which if you have small kids might be a problem. Also, the comfort stations and showers were gross and dirty. Even when we mentioned to staff, it took 2 days to get soap in the ladies washroom. They definitely need more comfort stations for the number of tent campers. The staff was great, the lifeguards wonderful. I will go back, but not for a rest. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
A great spot for those with kids up to about 12 years I'd say. Older than that and the water park would just be ok. Sites are large no shade though as I believe it's a fairly new facility with lots of young trees. Lots of activities and events for young and old alike. The owner was there and seemed very hands-on. We were there for Canada weekend and came back this past weekend. 2 nights both times. Enjoyed both stays and will go back next year too. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
We stayed here during the pre-season period, before the water park opened for the year. The swimming pool (not the wave pool) was open. Splash Canyon is in its third season now. There are mostly seasonal sites around the perimeter of the campground. Overnight sites are in the middle of the campground. The park is well maintained. There is a security gate. The office closes at 4 PM during the pre-season, and there will be no one to let you through the gate after 4 PM, so be sure to get an access card for the gate. The sites have some privacy, but the trees that have been planted have not grown very tall yet. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.