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Pine Creek RV Campground  (De Winton, Alberta)
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PoorLocation:       Poor
Services:        Fair
Site sizes:       Poor
Recreation:    Fair
Washrooms:  Poor
NOT recommended!     C. Whitfield ,Tuesday, June 14, 2011
Balzac Campground RV Park and Storage  (Balzac, Alberta)
We were there end of May 2011 and found the campground an absolute mud bog and had great difficulty just walking to the washrooms. We had to use 4x4 just to navigate the campgrounds. This was our third time using this campground but we will not be staying there again. Other campgrounds in the Calgary area were in much better condition during the same weather conditions.
Click to go to the campground's website Cove Oceanfront Campground (oceanfront) in Parker's Cove, Nova Scotia
Cove Oceanfront Campground will never be visited by my family again...while it has nice views and is fine for children my inlaws dropped in to visit us with their small Motor Home...they arrived late and are seniors and they sat by our fire until bed time...they were going to leave but asked to park their very small Motor Home in the parking lot over night to sleep in and they did not need to connect to any services...the owners would not allow this...and made them pay full price to sleep overnight...and were quite rude...besides their addition never ever worked out because we always had a higher bill then anticipated.
South Mountain Park Campground and RV Resort  (Kentville, Nova Scotia)
Southmountain Campground outside Kentville NS is a great place...especially for yournger kids...I don't know why anyone would write a review that was negative...the owners and staff are some of the most helpful and friendiest of any campground, anywhere. Sure the sites are a little smaller than we all like however everything else about the place is great...We always have fun there.
Very good - ExcellentLocation:       Fair rating
Services:        Fair rating
Site sizes:       Fair rating
Recreation:    Fair rating
Washrooms:  Fair rating
Recommended!     Chuck Barrington (Bedford, Nova Scotia) ,Wednesday, June 8, 2011
Cardinal KOA  (Cardinal, Ontario)
Our experience has been the same as many reviewers of this camp site. The owner is rude and intrudes on your entire stay. Do not think for a minute that he is this way only with trouble campers. Our group of 8 camp every weekend if different campgrounds and have been doing so for years and we have NEVER been told to be quiet or had our enjoyment interupted all the time by any owner or staff. This is suppose to be a child friendly place. Not really. We have tried staying here three times now, always in hope the owner may have been just having a bad day. Guess everyday is a bad day....
Jay Lake Campground and RV Park  (Minden, Ontario)
"Great Park"......   I have enjoyed my stay at Jay Lake every year and I intend on visiting again this summer and bringing friends too. I am impressed w/ how welcomed I was and all the activities planned on log weekend. I am an early bird, so bathroom got cleaned while I was waking and remained that way all weekend. The pool is well maintained and children safety comes first. I witnessed the owner taking steps to make sure it was safe when neglugent parent abandon their children to others to care for them . I enjoy the family surroundings and my sons enjoyed paddle boats and fishing. I truly had a great experience and would love to share it with you as well
"Great time...ya'll come back"
1000 Islands Kingston KOA  (Kingston, Ontario)
"Great Park"......   I agree that the previous poster must have made a mistake. This park is extremely well run, extremely clean and is in very good condition. It is truly a family oriented park and the staff are great. Its kept immaculate and is a quiet place in the evenings. There are some great overnight sites for travellers and the park is only about 5km to a super walmart and the largest mall in Kingston as well as a number of restaurants etc. There is a truck stop nearby for fuel and the owners are very nice people. Some of the pizza shops will deliver to this park. Like I said there must be some mistake or confusion about another KOA because this one is nothing like that description.
"Don't believe It!"
Lake Apsey Resort  (Espanola, Ontario)
Poor maintenance of the facilities, beach is always dirty , playground equipement is out dated and always broken
Town and Country Campark  (Sussex, New Brunswick)
want to go camping and be abused, treated like a child,and feel like your in prison? well you've found the right campground! let the love begin when you meet the lol manager
Paradise Valley Campground  (Forest, Ontario)
Nice area of Ontario to visit. The campground is average with adequate amentities only. The couple that manage it are horrible! Not nice people at all.
Town and Country Campark  (Sussex, New Brunswick)
"New Management seems to be listening.."......   I've stayed here a few times over the years and have seen lots of changes since the new management has taken over. The update of the pool, office and addition of a rec center is great. I know they are working on the lots size/positions but they are still pretty cramped and short in length at least they were in 2010. Two Biggest challenges that I faced are: I have a long trailer and a large truck with an 8ft box, there is no room to back into the camp site as the road way to the lots is very narrow. If the trailer on the other side of the road has a car/truck it just doesn't leave enough room to move around without someone having to move a vehicle. Once parked there is not enough space to park the truck/trailer combination in the site as the truck is in the "road way". The second is that when you are in the newer lots, there are no washrooms in the new section and no walking trails to existing washrooms in the older section. I don't care for walking through people lots and its a long way taking the plotted roads to the washroom. The addtion of the security gate is a nice bonus for those of us with kids or worry about unwanted people in the park.
"The park is growing and managment seem to be making improvments all the time, its worth a visit :)"
K O K Campground  (Grande-Digue, New Brunswick)
"KOK - My Family's Favorite Campground!"......   KOK is my family's very favorite campground! You are less than a five minute walk to a beautiful sandy (and not very busy) beach, but you get the best of both worlds with a great on-site heated swimming pool. There is a playground and the entire site is not too large so we feel comfortable letting our kids bike around on their own. Washrooms and showers are cleaned regularly and there is lots of hot water available. Access by car within a few minutes to local fruits and vegetables as well as a bakery with fresh bread made daily. Shediac is less than 10 minute drive with access a full service grocery store, hardware and department stores. The best kept secret in the area!
"Highly recommended!"
ExcellentLocation:       Fair rating
Services:        Fair rating
Site sizes:       Fair rating
Recreation:    Fair rating
Washrooms:  Fair rating
Recommended!     L. Andrew (Riverview, New Brunswick) ,Sunday, March 27, 2011
Pancake Bay Campground  (Batchawana Bay, Ontario)
1st time camping in Canada. We definately picked the right campground. Stayed 3 nights in June 2010 and will stay again sometime.
Click to go to the campground's website Kootenay River RV Resort and Campground (kootenayriverresort) in Canal Flats, British Columbia
"Extended our stay"......   We were only going to stay two nights, and ended up staying a week. Great location, and great price.
Click to go to the campground's website Kootenay River RV Resort and Campground (kootenayriverresort) in Canal Flats, British Columbia
"Nice"......   The campground is new, and is the nicest one around that area. The family that owns the campground are very nice, and helpful. The washrooms, are very clean and nice. I'll be back for sure.
1000 Islands Kingston KOA  (Kingston, Ontario)
"Lots of fun...."......   This campground is great... Not to sure what the other couple was talking about on the last review.. I think they were mistaken and mixed this koa up with the other koa in Mallorytown the two are very close together. I have been to the koa in Mallorytown and would agree with them on some things. The KOA 1000 Islands is very clean and owners are very down to earth people along with all there staff. This campgound has LOTS of great activities for kids and offers free Sunday breakfast differnet themes every weekend. Our kids love the pools there is one for the children with a water slide and hot tub and one for the adults with a very large hot tub. We have always had a great time and would recommend this campground to anyone with or without children.
Nipawin and District Regional Park  (Nipawin, Saskatchewan)
"Great Fishing and Family Park"......   We just love this spot. Close to all services, great fishing, great people. Very safe and secure.
Bissells Hideaway Resort  (Ridgeville, Ontario)
"Smallest campsites I have ever seen"......   Best waterpark you will ever find, but NOT HEATED. We happened to land on a couple of cool days in August and water was freezing. The splashpad and pool are second to none but I have never seen campsights so small. When I put my slides out I was 4 feet from the next guys fire pit. Fortunately they were good people and kept the fire small, I measured my sight it was 21 feet wide, do the math I had no business putting this trailer in that spot. I had to leave my truck on the edge of the road wouldn't come close to getting it on the sight. They offered to let me park it down the road on the grass?????? If they had some decent sights this would be a top notch place, I don't understand it they have a ton of open land, really need to get some sights for big trailers.
Bensfort Bridge Resort Ltd  (Bailieboro, Ontario)
Rude owners,Poor place for children,Lots of alcohol present.Wife/Owner not very friendly,Dresses in black at night and prowls around the campsites and trailer park spying on people!Not worth the money ,Never go back or recommend to others!
Buffalo Lookout RV Park and Camping  (White City, Saskatchewan)
"excellent spot to stay if shopping or have appointments in Regina"......   very nice little campground, not a place to spend a vacation but if you have medical appointments or want to go shopping in Regina there is none better around. the Campround offers full Service hook-ups(electrical,, water, sewer)there is a small playground for the kids and the washrooms and showers are clean and require a pass-code to get into, so no outsiders allowed---the Campground appeared to have a lot of semi-permanant campers (workers on the move)but I found them friendly and quiet---there are drive-thru and back in sites, privacy is non exsistant and backing in can be a challenge because the roads are fairly narrow---the Campground is located about 12 KM east of Regina on the #1 Highway---the access road to the Campground is hard to locate coming from the east and you are reqired to cross the eastbound lane to get to it---the access road was rough and had a few pot holes but it was negociable----over all the campround was very good
"I liked it"
Good Spirit Lake Provincial Park  (Canora, Saskatchewan)
"Nice but not my idea of Camping"......   now don't get me wrong here---I have to admit I did not pay to close attention to details but when we went there it had rained for the preceeding two weeks and the camping was not fun---the campsites are of reasonable size and have decent amount of privacy, there are electrical and water hook-ups, washrooms and showers----the roads to the sites in wet weather are just passable---the boat launch is 5 miles away there is a small store and somewhat of a coffee shop (come prepared, because it's a long drive if you forget something)in wet weather the bugs are as thick as bugs on your bumper---I know this is not the most flattering review, but with next spring promising to be wet and the water levels high--I know I won't be going back---I would love to go back when it dries up, it would probably be fairly nice---The Park is located about 45KM from Yorkton and about 35KM from Canaora
"Roughing it in a Provincial Campground"
Eiling Kramer Campground  (Battleford, Saskatchewan)
"Good spot to base from for site seeing"......   the Campground is located in the old town Battleford overlooking the North Saskatchewan River valley, the Campground is small, clean and well looked after---the sites are either back-in or drive along side type---there is very little privacy, but as the trees and shrubs grow the privacy will improve---there are centally located washrooms and showers and because you are in town you get what you want close by. They have internet available. There are a lot of friendly semi-permanant campers (workers)but they are generally quiet when coming and going---there are many,many sites to see in the area and this quaint little campground is a perfect base
"Quaint Quiet and a good Base to site see from"
Greenwater Lake Campground  (Porcupine Plain, Saskatchewan)
"out of the way wilderness camping at it's best"......   Greenwater is an excellent place to spend a week or two whether you like to relax, fish, ski, hike or meet with family and friends, the campsites are fairly private, in two of the three campgrounds all sites have electrical hook-ups and every 3rd or 4th site has water (150 ft hose will reach easily)and there are flush toilets within easy reach of each site (unless you realy have to go quickly)---Lakeside Camp area is just that lakeside and most sites are drive thru (there can be a problem in the lower sites if there is a lot of rain and the higher sites can challenge to any camper setting up because they are on a hillside)----The Hilltop Camp area is on a hilltop the sites are mostly back in and vary in size (inquire at Camp office) the Cranberry Camp Area is the newest addition and about half have electrical hook-ups and there is water every 3rd or 4th site and the tiolets a fair distance but there is a service center at the enterance (toilets,showers, etc)---there is an everything store (you need it they have it and if they don't you don't need it)the store also has mallot pool and a vidio game hut there is an excellent beach side cafe boat rentals, marina, boat launch, hiking trails and an interpetive center and Park Office----Private cabins are available (book in advance)---there is a private service station, hotel and cabin rentals outside the park---the roads to the park are good to excellant and the park is about 30 km north of Kelvington or 20 km south-east of Porcupine Plain---the Park Staff are the BEST.
"Excellent stay even in the rain"
Elora Gorge Conservation Area  (Elora, Ontario)
"CAMPERS BEWARE -- THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT HOW THIS PARK OPERATES"......   THIS PARK IS SHANGRA-LA EXCEPT FOR THE FOLLOWING!!!! I have camped and kept our trailer at the Pines area of the Elora Gorge park for about 10 years or so. In the last 2 years things have changed the attitude of the management and by that I do not mean the folks who actualy run/operate the park, I mean the executive or head office people. When the season ends you pay a fee to store your trailer over the winter and acordingly you asume the park takes responsibility for your property durring that time ---WRONG--. The storage agreement says they are not resonsible for any damage by vandle or weather - fine thats fair enough but when my trailer got seriously damaged over the winter by the ( GRCA (the parks)) own contractor ( a tree removal service Maple leaf tree service or some thing like that ) and ( the tree removal service never even bothered to report the damage ) ( the park didb't care about that either). I found the damage in the spring and now my trailer has had it's sides split open and exposed the elements all winter long. The park said --( NOT OUR PROBLEM -- WE DON'T WANT TO GET IN THE MIDDLE--) I explained they couldn't be more reponsible or in the middle if they tried but the PARK just refused to accept responsibility for any of the damage. Having been screwed over by the park now I got to spend 2 years chasing the tree service to pay for the damages. It took two years or so and in the end the tree service refused to pay to fix my trailer properly, they just gave me an ultimatem take this flat sum of money ( not enough to do the job properly and they knew it ) or go pound salt. This year an entry gate malfucntioned and the gate would not go up, so I moved my car ahead a little because you can't get out of your car when you in position to use the card reader. When I lifted the gate it rose up and then fell onto the hood of my new car smashing the bug deflector ( thats $130.00 plus install ). I reported this to the park and the park answer was ( go see your insurance ) Knowing full well the repair is less than the deductible on any policy----so once again it's GO POUND SALT--kiss my YOU KNOW WHAT -- we are not going to do anything for you -- What does this all mean? -- It means if your property or family get hurt at the park even when it's clearly the parks responsibility --- THE PARK WILL NOT ACCEPT RESPONSIBILITY -- UNLESS YOU CAN AFFORD A GOOD LAWYER-- to make them do so, Clearly this is a ( we dont give a dam about the camper attitude ) KEEP IN MIND, THIS IS AN EASY PARK TO GET HURT IN -- if you and your children are not very very careful!!
"We gave the park every opertunity to do the right thing - - but they just dont give a dam!!"
Bingemans Campground  (Kitchener, Ontario)
"Summer"......   I thought it was great! Lots of things to do there and the staff was really helpful. The washrooms were better and more up to date than mpst campgrounds I have been to. It was right off the hichway, which made it great to find. Loved the waterpark and paintball as well. I think everyone should go and see how much fun it is!
"Great fun!"
Bingemans Campground  (Kitchener, Ontario)
We booked the Oktoberfest package and had a great time, the Oktoberfest party hall was a 5 min. walk from our campsite. We will be back next year with our group.
Camp Hither Hills Campground  (Ottawa, Ontario)
"Camp Hither Hills"......   We stayed at Camp Hither Hills on July 30, 2010 for one week. We were escorted to several sites and allowed to choose the one that best suited us. Office was very helpful at giving directions, tips and sites to visit. WiFi was good, our kids enjoyed the pool and beach volleyball court. Washrooms are old but very clean, I saw them pressure washing the showers several times. They are in the process of converting their 30 amp PullThrus to large 50 amp PullThrus. Half have been done already. We stayed in a travel trailer in the PullThrus. Grass was cut several times while I was there. A very enjoyable stay, location was ideal, close to everything. Good Sam Park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
"Close to all attractions, clean, quiet, friendly place to stay."
Cardinal KOA  (Cardinal, Ontario)
"great campground"......   love koa cardinal ,great staff ,great facilities ,very clean ,always treated great ,have camped many times there and will return many more times in the future , way to go Dan ,Karen ,Phil ,Irene and of course the fantstic Brian who all the kids and the ladies love
Jay Lake Campground and RV Park  (Minden, Ontario)
"jay lake "......   nice to be at a park where you feel safe , The pool has times set up to ensure that no one will hit you with a ball as there are times just for kids and times for family swim and time of aquafit ,, something for everyone clean and the owner ensure not to take a loud party group quite and relaxed i think when we are ready we will like to be seasonal here
Cardinal KOA  (Cardinal, Ontario)
"worst weekend ever"......   I have never been treated so badly in my life. we arrived to a very unfriendly desk clerk. wasn't interested in answering any questions I had about childrens activities. Then as the night went on was told to turn off the radio at ten. I thought quiet time was 11:00pm. The staff was spying on us in the woods when we didn't shut radio off. what a joke. great place if you 60 or older and no kids. He made a bad name for KOA camping.
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