The nightly fee was $30 plus $5 for wi-fi. The Wi-fi was very slow and did not work sometimes. I don't think it was worth the additional $5. There is a gravel road, down in a small valley. We still had good view of mountains around the Waterton Park area. It is a ten minute drive into Waterton Park and town site. There is Buffalo viewing within one mile. There are few trees in park. It can be very windy. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were late arriving but the proprietor was extremely accommodating and very welcoming & friendly. Unfortunately there seemed to be a lot of twenty somethings enjoying too much of a long weekend. The restrooms and showers were pretty dirty. We had to pick up empty beer cans from our site - so, we didn't consider this "family camping". We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Large grassy area with hookups and numbered sites and picnic table at each site, not much else. There are trees around the perimeter. Laid back staff. Pay your money & enjoy your stay. Very windy. We did not stay at Waterton Townsite because of reviews that said it was usually windy there. Almost no people at the campground, very quiet. Very close to Waterton National Park. If I had it to do again, I would probably stay at Waterton Townsite instead. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Not only were all the staff friendly, helpful and flexible- the choice of sites was excellent. There are ponds, small fields, trails, hills. Incredible scenery. The showers, washroom and laundry are the cleanest I've seen. A gem of a place- minutes from the Wateron townsite and without the wind! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park was clearly marked, "closed for the season", but I pulled in anyway. The proprietor was friendly and welcomed me if I was only overnighting. (which I had intended). He provided a quiet, full service level site on crushed gravel. An area of grass and a picnic table were part of the site. There were other campers in the park that worked in the oil business. They were quiet and rarely seen. It was just an o.k. park and I would probably choose something else if I was in the area again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
No-one around when we arrived and 3 days on we still hadn't seen anyone. Left the money in an envelope under the door and that hadn't been collected when we left! No hot water - showers unavailable because we couldn't get a token (no-one to be found!!) No wi-fi. Terrible service (or lack of) It was the end of the season but open is open and someone should be around. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Drove into this campground hoping to stay for the night. Gravel road made it a difficult to drive in. The whole campground looks depressing. We were not impressed. The only nice building is the office. We waited in the office for about 5 minutes, nobody came out to talk to us. We decided to leave and head over to Montana instead. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Please be aware that this park is not located close to Waterton town site. It is at least a 10 minute drive to the townsite. The advertising of 1.5 mi to the park gate is misleading. Sites are dusty and poorly kept. We left after one night even though we prepaid for several nights. Their refund policy is poor and I would caution anyone that is considering staying here to book only one night and 'pay as you go'. I bet that you will 'keep going' to another campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice owner that just brought the campground. Has entire family involved. Looks like old KOA. Needs lots of upgrades. Is very open and lots of views. Would stay again because of attitude of owner. Larger motorhomes that require good power take notice. 30 amp only and it is marginal voltage. As long as you are careful should be ok. We camped in hottest part of summer and had to be very selective on what we ran when the air (only one at a time was on. We camped here in a Motorhome.