This is a nice park! Big grassy sites that are staggered so you don't look out your window and see someone else next to you. Shady, grassy, quiet, with nice owners. I'll be back! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a city-run RV park. We had arrived just after a monstrous hail storm that devastated RV's and cars, taking large branches down and creating general havoc. Manager was in the midst of cleaning up. The sites are large and well maintained, close to the famous Remington Carriage Museum that no one should miss. Cardston itself is a disappointment, being located adjacent to the Blood Indian Reserve. The town is full of roaming native groups, contributing a poverty-stricken image to the town. The damage from the hailstorm certainly did not help to enhance the town's image. The RV park however seems an oasis in all of the misery. It is one of those towns that reflects Canada's shameful legacy in dealing with its indigenous peoples. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very pleasant park and friendly staff. It felt like a city park with large trees, lots of grass, and plenty of space between sites. The only major downfall was the Wi-Fi: it was weak, unreliable, and largely unusable. Lots of mosquitoes. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice and quiet campground. Our rate was for a full hookup pull through site which was easy to get in and out and very level. Perfectly arranged hookups. Only a few trees, thus little privacy. Free Wi-Fi, fast and reliable. Good location for daytrips to Glacier National Park or Waterton Park. Also the carriage museum is well worth a visit. The campground is very well maintained and the owner is very friendly and helpful. We hope to find more campgrounds like this one. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Pleasant campground in a good location near the Creek Trail (cycle or walk) and also close to shops (walking distance). Wi-Fi variable (range very good to poor near trees). TV had 3 reasonable national channels. 30amp electric OK. We had a back-in site with plenty of space for a 37 foot trailer and vehicle. Laundry good, although only 2 machines and dryers. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a reasonably sized camp ground on the edge of this small rural town in south western Alberta. We chose this site by default as our first choice in nearby Waterton was already fully booked. This turned out to be a blessing in disguise as this camp site has much better facilities than the Waterton location and is only a short drive away. At registration the staff were polite and courteous, providing us with all the required information we needed for our short stay. The site is bordered by Lee Creek which is clean and safe enough for young children to play in. The nearby town has a good grocery store and gas station (Extra Foods) and several local eateries. We visited a 50's diner and enjoyed pizza for a group of eight costing only $50. Each site has a fire pit, water, electric, sewer and a picnic table with bench seats. The sites are gravel and pretty level all round, although we did need to make a slight adjustment for side to side leveling. There are several washrooms but I believe only one has showers. It was disappointing to have to repeatedly press the water flow button in order to take a shower. A single push only provided five seconds of flow for Luke warm water. However, the facilities were clean and tidy. Most sites have good shade afforded by the mature trees all around although the same cannot be said for some of the tent sites which appear to be a little more exposed. While we visited, the town hosted its' Heritage Days celebrations and parade where we met several welcoming locals at a free pancake breakfast. Laundry facilities are good and cost $2 a load. Make sure you have you own detergent because there is none available at the front desk. I would stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
What a beautiful park! We stayed here for the first time ever and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. My daughter played in the creek and we enjoyed the beautiful surroundings. This place is a real gem. We will definitely be back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Planned to stay 1 day and stayed 3 days. New Manager's who are eager to please. Wi-Fi work great from Site 35 which was an 80' pull-through. Good location to visit Waterton Lakes National Park and the Milk River Region. Would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Pros: Park has beautifully maintained sites; clean washrooms; showers with good water pressure and friendly management. Cons: The free WiFi is not easily accessible (too low signal); the water pressure may be too high for some RVs, use a regulator. Overall a great campground. We've stayed two summers for 3-4 days, and hope to do it again next year. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Found them to be very rude to customers, not very friendly. Kind of ridiculous actually about rules: which don't apparently apply to everyone. Definitely wouldn't be back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The Lee Creek campground is a city-run park which abuts a residential neighborhood and is a short walk from the Remington Carriage Museum - a must-visit site for anyone with an interest in history. The grounds are well kept, the staff pleasant, and the park appears to be a favorite with residents of the province. The Wi-Fi service provided was both fast and remained consistently available, a statement I cannot make for many of the campgrounds that I have visited. It is within a short drive of Waterton Lakes National Park. I spent 4 nights here and would have awarded the campground a “10” rating had I not observed what I suspect to be drug use on park grounds by one of the long-term residents. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Signage to campground good. Entrance wide but limited area to park and register. Office staff friendly and efficient. Access roads to sites wide gravel and well maintained. Superb spacious reasonably flat grass with gravel pads sites. Services in good location for easy hook-ups. 30 amp electricity solid and water pressure good. Some trees. This is an excellent municipal campground in town suburbs. Nice river walk nearby and close to Remington Carriage Museum. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This small municipal park is a jewel! Cardston is small & off the beaten path, but close to Waterton Lakes/Glacier Park. There's a terrific antique carriage museum in town, a good visitor's center, 18 hole golf course, & an historic old Mormon temple built in 1915 or so. The campground is easy to find - good signs - has full hook-ups, nice wide interior roads, lots of grass, fire pit sites & wood for sale, level sites, lots of play area. As a bonus, our internet satellite even worked between the trees! We'd stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.