Having been here before we knew the only sites available would be the electric and water ones, the full hookup sites being reserved months ago. The campground is divided into three sections. In the center are the full hookups, north side are long pull-throughs for bigger rigs, and south side where smaller units have back-ins. Our site was a not very level paved back-in with 30 amp power. Something new from the last time we were here is the addition of extension cords at some of the sites. Unfortunately our site extension cord had a problem and had to be removed. We had our own extension cord, so we were still able to hook up okay. No cable TV, but 3 channels off the antenna. Wi-Fi had a strong signal. Good enough for Skype phone calls. The campground is situated in a large park that has walking paths to the tourist information centre and down along the creek. We would stay here again as it is conveniently located close to the town and has a playground where our grand kids can play while visiting us. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Site an unlevel paved back-in. Power and water only as all the full hookups reserved months in advance by seasonals. Our section had short sites compared to the pull through section, but it was quieter. Also tow vehicles had to park on the driveway loop which made maneuvering into some sites a challenge. The campground is next to a reservoir and a trail leads to a large park and the visitor center. We managed to get 3 TV channels off our antenna. Wi-Fi was strong. Campground provides a code for access. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice staff. Clean facilities. We arrived on a weekend, without reservations, and we got the last site. (Reservations are recommended here.) Strong Wi-Fi signal. View of lake. Nice playground. Only drawbacks - traffic noise from the adjacent Hwy 43 Bypass, and the transients who sleep by the lake and come into the campground to steal things. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rotary Campground is conveniently located to Muskoseepi Park, and a number of stores are within walking distance. It's a pleasant little campground right in the city of Grande Prairie, but there is not much noise from the road that goes past. A short walk across the bridge leads to a walking trail through the Muskoseepi Park. The campground is well maintained, and the washrooms are spotless. The host couple who maintain the park are very friendly and helpful, and definitely add to the stay there. All sites have at least power and water, and there are many sites with a fire pits as well. There's a sandy playground for children set right in the middle of the south side of the park. I've always found it a nice place to stay any time I'm in Grande Prairie. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.