At first, we were not impressed as the spaces seemed to be very close together, but we had to stay somewhere. We got an end space which was not too close to the adjacent site, and, being an end lot, did not have a crowded feeling. There are some sites next to the water, but these seemed to be all taken by long-term residents, of which there are quite a few. The price was certainly right for Canada when we had been paying $30 for dry camping in the Provincial Parks. This was an off-season rate; the price is much higher during prime season. The couple running the park were very nice, helpful, and accommodating, and provide free firewood for a group campfire in the evenings. We did not use the restrooms, but the laundry was clean and reasonably priced. The campground is right behind the local IGA grocery, which is very convenient. A very nice bike path starts just across the street in a pleasant park. Even though it is in the heart of the city and only a block from the main road, it was nice and quiet at night. Our Verizon phone worked well; we could not get satellite from our site because of the trees. The WiFi signal was strong at our site and fast. The campground is open April 15 - October 15. Even during our off-season stay the campground filled so getting there early or reservations would be advisable. If we were in the area and looking for a campground with hookups, we would definitely choose this park again. We camped here in a Motorhome.