This park is going through an upgrade with the building of an indoor pool, which will be a nice addition. Park is clean with lots fairly level. Wi-Fi at the main building only. Some noise from highway, however, quieter due to the trees. We were pleasantly surprised with this campground and would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
An OK treed park. If you take full service and have an over 32' RV check your site before pulling in. The space between the sewer connection and the trees is narrow. I tried twice getting into a spot they assured me was more than big enough before giving up. All I got was a tree branch scraped trailer before moving to a more accessable power only sight. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground is right off Highway 1 although this is surprisingly not as bothering as we initially thought. The campground is in a little park with lots of trees around the park and in between the sites. It feels rather like a provincial park than a private campground. The campground office and all amenities are setup with a tropical theme: palm trees everywhere, an outdoor whirlpool and much more. The staff is very friendly and helpful. All amenities are in good working order and clean. Free WIFI is available but only right next to the office. Unfortunately, the additional tent campsites on the lower level next to the creek and the outside pool (currently closed) are still closed due to the damage done during last year's floods. Campsites at the upper level have not been damaged by this. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We quite liked this campground. Lots of space between sites, tons of green space for the dog to romp around. Compared to many other campgrounds we utilized, this one is in the top group! The rate ($30) was very reasonable. Lots of trees - we liked it a lot! 29' fifth wheel, ample room in the pull-up. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Stayed one night; there was a little road noise. It was a lovely prairie night, no bugs!! Has lots of trees and is very quiet. Wi-fi: had to go to the office to use, no big deal. Very enjoyable night. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Spacious campground with level, medium-sized "pull-off" sites. Lots of grass and trees, but close to the highway, so there's noise too. Free Wi-Fi only works near the office. It seemed a bit over-priced for the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a nice looking park and the managers were nice but it is strangely laid out. The sites are pullouts along each side the road. These are a bit short for big rigs to pull in and get straightened out so that one end is not sticking into the road. They told us which direction to drive on the road so that our door was opening toward the grass. This meant that the utilities are on the wrong side of the RV and you have to add extensions in order to reach under the rig to the connections. Our site required us to drive up onto 4" of boards and put blocks under our jacks in order to get level. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A pleasant surprise when you pull in off the Trans Canada highway that runs through the Southern Canadian Prairies. We stayed for two nights and will definitely make the effort to stop here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Two-tiered campground in scenic creek-bottom setting close to Trans Canada Highway 1, so some muted road noise. Signage to campground good. Good area to park and register. Owners efficient and very friendly. Access roads wide and well maintained. Full hook-ups and most water and electricity sites are in top tier of campground which has a lot of trees which are well trimmed. The sites are more pull-ins off access roads but large and flat so can easily take big rigs. The 30amp electricity was not very stable in hot weather but campground owner was having this looked at as we left. Water pressure good. Excellent central block with hot tub, patio, laundry and washrooms. Owners are slowly developing the campground but with limited resources. Good location to visit the Cypress Hills. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great park just off Hwy 1. Nice people working hard to make this a pretty place. All sites are pull-through along paved roads and face inward on grass. However, the sites slope inward, making getting in and out of your rig an jungle-gym experience. Lots of space between sites. About 10 minutes to town. Nice places to walk with a great "pond" for swimming (man-made) with sand beach and shaded areas. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Beautifully treed campground, clean bathroom/showers, and friendly staff. You get your moneys worth when you buy wood, it's a huge bag! The only reason we rated it a 5 is because it's WAY too close to the railway tracks. We heard over 9 trains throughout the night. Would not stay again because of that. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.