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Camping Stoneham  (Stoneham, Québec)
"Nice camping ground overall"......   We stayed here for 1 week. The bathrooms were not too great, toilets blocked and even overflowed. The showers cost 25 cent per minute and my first shower was cold. The pool area was nice but the pools are not heated and my kids found it cold. Wonderful rivers all around, bring your small blow up boats and mattresses to float down the rivers. Great campsites by the river. The best campsites are for non-service sites(tents),they are big, shaded and right on the river. The best one seemed to be 37. As for the sites with 2 services, none were very private,they are small,the best one seemed to be 161. The campground is well kept overall and the services were good. Good family camping and just a short drive to Quebec city.
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GoodLocation:       Fair rating
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Site sizes:       Fair rating
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Washrooms:  Fair rating
Recommended!     Marlene (Québec) ,Sunday, July 25, 2010
Yogi Bears Jellystone Park and Camp-resort  (Bradford, Ontario)
"Worst place to camp "......   The place is NOT what it looks like online. If you love the highway right beside you, go here. - They overcharge you for EVERYTHING. To ride the gocarts they have is $20 and UP for 30 mins. - The pool was small and murky. The only thing that was good about it was the pool. - The staff were very young, totally uninterested in being there or even having a summer job and just rode around on their golf carts all day. - The mini putt is TINY and costs upwards of $15 per person for one game. - The activities for kids are okay but when we visited on a Friday, they had a school bus arrive of 70+ Boys & Girls club members who took over the entire activities 'barn' so people that actually paid to stay at the campsite couldn't join in. Those kids were bullying other campers children and were overcrowding the pool (the only good feature about the place). - When we arrived, we wanted to make sandwiches for lunch - they have NO food other than candy, uncooked hot dogs and chocolate bars in the store - you had to drive far into Bradford to get anything else. The store was large but totally stocked with just Yogi Bear Jellystone paraphernalia & souvenirs (stuffed animals, etc.). - The sites were not nice looking. - The only part that was nice was the pool and the washrooms which had air conditioning and nice showers. Other than that we would not recommend anyone coming here. - The sites are VERY close together, no privacy whatsoever - maybe 3 feet between each camper/trailer. No trees. No shade. The place is huge but they've decided to put big wood piles at the end of the road with tarps over them instead of spacing out the campsites to provide some privacy. It's ridiculous how tiny the place is when you actually see it. It fits a large number of campers, but in very cramped, closed quarters. - Needless to say we left after ONE day and had our other 2 days refunded. - We are a family with 3 children ages 2 to 10 yrs old and they did not enjoy themselves - so if children don't have fun, what's the point of having a place like this mentioned in every Toronto-GTA area coupon magazine? It's a total ripoff! They kept bothering us to buy tickets to Canada's Wonderland from them. If we wanted to go to Wonderland we would have - we came to have family memories and camp!
"not high end. Look elsewhere! Very gimmicky and NOT for anyone with taste. It's embarrassing."
Wide Open Wilderness Campground  (Shubenacadie, Nova Scotia)
We went to this campround on the 15th of July and planed on staying until Sunday the 18th until my husband tryed to leave to go work. When he got to the exit it was blocked by the owners truck, he had no way of getting out. Then he was confronted by the owners and asked where he was going, he said to work. That is when she asked him what lot he was on and then sent out her husband who was holding a sign saying you cant leave until 7:30 or you are going to be fined $100.00 dollars.Well my husband sat there while this guy was shoving this sign in his face through the window of the car. My husband didnt say a word to them he just wanted to go to work. Then I was wokened up bay the owner Effy, she began to tell me how rude my husband was and I didnt know what to think, they didnt tell me how rude they were to him thou and then she told me that she wanted the lot cleared out. Well I was shock I didnt know what to thing of it all. We all came in two cars, I had four kids and my grand daughter with me and had to pack them all in one car plus a 12' popup. I camped at this campgound before but never ever thought that they were like that at all. Very very rude and heartless people. If you like being locked in and not aloud to leave a campgound, go to this one!!!
David Thompson Resort  (Clearwater County, Alberta)
"One word...Disgusting"......   Do not bring your family to this campground. It is only suitable for young partiers who will be too intoxicated to take in their surroundings. The campsites are filthy. The staff extremely rude. The prices exhorbitant. A complete train wreck of a camping experience. Dangerous playground, terrible customer service. A rip off. This resort is the best kept secret because anyone who gets sucked into staying here will be too embarrassed to admit the disaster they suffered through. It's like being held hostage in a trailer park in the Ozarks.
"Staying at the DTR is like being held hostage in a trailer park in the Ozarks."
Jell-E-bean Campground Ltd  (Wasaga Beach, Ontario)
Spent many years as a seasonal resident and it was great. We left the park 8 yrs ago. Went back camping there in 2010 and it was absolutely horrible and unpleasant experience. We had reserved a site a month before our camping date and when we arrived we found out that they gave out lot to someone else. They claim to have hay rides, but that is only if the tractor can start. We were told repeatedly that campfires werent to be higher than the rim. The staff would drive past our lot every 20 min and harrass our family. Activities that were offered were over advertised. The park used to be very well kept but now standards are poor and the staff has the same low standards. This year we are taking our camping trips else where.
Town and Country Campark  (Sussex, New Brunswick)
"Awesome upgrades and changes!"......   I've been a seasonal camper here for 10 years. Over the past 2 years the campground has gone through a wonderful transformation through the new owner. Additions include a rec hall, new pool, jumping pillow, playground facilities, wiresless internet, upgraded electricity, sewer and water, new laundry facilities, new office, lots have been increased in size, and many new seasonal lots have been created. And, there's more on the way. Thanks to the new owner for all you've done!
Sandbanks Campground  (Picton, Ontario)
"Great campsites and beaches!"......   This year (2010) was our first time at Sandbanks and we loved it! This provincial park is H-U-G-E and the beaches (we counted three) are well kept and inviting. The water wasn't as clean as we had hoped but we were told that this was due to a recent storm and very hot weather. The Dunes beach is the best of all for families with young kids(trees provide some shade, the water is shallow and kids love to climb up and down 20-30 feet high sand dunes). Note however that there are NO LIFEGUARDS at the beaches (this is the first provincial park we visit that doesn't have lifeguards). With regards to campsites, they are top-notch! Well groomed with plenty of space (on most sites, it's even hard to see your neighbours ). Facilities are fairly good too. At night, it's just magical to see all those campfires lighting up the forest!
"Awesome vacation spot! Book early to get a good spot!"
Yogi Bears Jellystone Park Camp Resort  (Kingston, Nova Scotia)
A fantasic place if you have younger kids. Lots of things to do. Camp sites are great and the staff are very friendly and take great care when dealing with the kids. Not so great if you have teenagers as the activities are geared toward younger kids.
"A great place for the kids!!!!"
Loch Lomond Tent and Trailer Park  (Amherst, Nova Scotia)
Excellent campground near every thing you need. The kids enjoyed it but the rules are a little to "military". For example teenagers must be at their own site by 11:00pm even if they are being quiet and no bikes and scooters from dusk on. As well way too many seasonal campers. It appears that everybody is in bed by 11:00pm. All visitors have to pay $3 each.
South Mountain Park Campground and RV Resort  (Kentville, Nova Scotia)
Very crowded camp ground. Felt like a sardine. Nickel and dime you to death if you have kids. They charge for activities that other camp grounds do not.
Knights Beach Resort  (Dunnville, Ontario)
"Stunning"......   Me and my husband travel all over the states,we did read the comments above and there are 2 Knights Beach and this sint the one there talking about We have booked again for next year already the washrooms were very clean bug free the food was amazing The activities at the play ground were all updated ,so i am thinking this is the Knights Beach not in Dunnville but near Niagara falls Just our opinion Thank You Knights Beach
Driftwood Campground  (Stonecliffe, Ontario)
"Pretty good site"......   This was our first visit to this camp ground. We were impressed with the wooded look of the place. The sites are large and pretty clean. our beach access was too rocky to walk in barefoot but there are other sites with great sandy shores (sites 4 - 10) that offers clean sandy shores and very little rocks. son loved it and we'll go back for sure.
"Pretty good overall"
Crystal Cove Beach Resort  (Tofino, British Columbia)
"Crystal Cove"......   This is the ultimate spot for people with or without kids. The staff are awesome! The grounds and facilities are so well maintained, it's unbelievable. There is an awesome playground for the kids and you are just steps away from MacKenzie Beach, an awesome secluded beach that is great any time of year. It's a regular spot for us every year. Thanks to the staff and owners at Crystal Cove, you've made some wonderful memories for our family over the years.
ExcellentLocation:       Fair rating
Services:        Fair rating
Site sizes:       Fair rating
Recreation:    Fair rating
Washrooms:  Fair rating
Recommended!     Julie (Maple Ridge, British Columbia) ,Saturday, June 26, 2010
Jell-E-bean Campground Ltd  (Wasaga Beach, Ontario)
"Disgusting"......   I was horrified to see the state of dismay in this park, The wife and I had frequented these for years in the late eighties and early nineties and never had a complaint, But the service now is just horrendous. Backed up sewage lines, unkept lots, ignorant staff etc. ATROCIOUS!!!!
Camping Ile Dorleans  (Ile D'orleans, Québec)
"Rated five-stars, but deserve 2!!"......   I just spent the weekend at this campground and while the sites are a nice size, the service from the people in the campground is absolutely terrible. I've been in campgrounds all across eastern Canada and the US and this is one of the few campgrounds that I will never visit again. They have nice sites, nice facilities, super-clean washrooms but when the employees came to talk to us about a room that we were renting for a family party, they were hostile, arrogant and extremely impolite.
"TERRIBLE, STAY AWAY!"
Look Off Family Camping Park  (Canning, Nova Scotia)
Loock-Off campground was big dissapointment .I made reservations for five days, First mistake ,should have looked before i paid. the grass had not been cut on site and they knew it was reserved .the picnic table was on a list,reason being it was rotten ,we asked for another, brought one that was repaired but very dirty .pop and beer cans ,trash on site ,from last season i suppose. but worst of all was washrooms ,their was crap and whatever on seats when we got their and five days later still their.garbage can full ,third day emptied javex poured down sink but not cleaned. i could go on but but my stomach is getting upset.bottom line A dump... The weather was lousy and no they couldnt do anything about that but what are they thinking..they just dont care... theirs lots of nice CLEAN campgrounds within 15 minutes of their so dont even think about it .Drive up to look-off look down on valley. beautiful veiw take some pictures and then go back down valley to a nice clean campground...
Albion Hills Campground  (Palgrave, Ontario)
My family went to Albion every year for approx 20 years until last year. Very poor service from the campground staff. The company seems much more interested in revenue they can gain from the mountain biking and the occasional wedding rather than the families who come up to camp. Last year they closed down the lake and were in the process of building a "water facility" of sorts. I've yet to see it but from what I can gather it is only appropriate for small children. We're not the type of ppl who goes camping to drink beer all day and sit on our campsite...so without the option to swim it's kind of pointless. Also, I really hate that they paved all of the little side roads leading to the campsites as opposed to leaving it as dirt/gravel roads. They don't take care of the land either...about 5 years ago there was a tree that fell into the creek and died... as of 2 years ago it was still there...why leave this gross looking dead tree...it's not preservation at that point...it's just lazy! Another thought, they USED to offer arts and crafts or movies etc. in the chalet especially during any rainy times (for the kids)...they haven't done this for years and I think it would be a good idea to get back to it.
"My childhood is wrapped up in Albion... but it's really gone to Hell"
Pippy Park Campgrounds and Trailer Park  (St. John's, Newfoundland)
Best campsite in Newfoundland but getting too expensive to stay a long time.
Twin Shores Camping Area  (Kensington, Prince Edward Island)
"One of the Nicest Campgrounds in Canada!"......   Twin Shores is one of the nicest campgrounds my family and I have ever camped at. This campground has 2 private beaches on the property. The main ocean beach has what one local mentioned "best beach on the Island". The campground is located at the end of a point surrounded by water on 3 sides and the scenery is to die for. We stayed at the national park in Cavendish which was recommended to us but were told to check this place out when we filled up for gas. We are glad we did. Its a large park (bring your bike) but many sites offer complete privacy from your neighbors. They have activities going on throughout the day like movies, hayrides, and mussle boils. The facilities are clean and modern. If your headed to P.E.I. this is the place to go!
"Absolutely The Best!"
Lost Lemon Campground and Cabins  (Blairmore, Alberta)
"Blairmore: Lost Lemon Campground"......   We stayed several nights in the Lost Lemon, in June 2009 and LOVED it! The owner/operator runs a tight ship and maintains this place in the highest order. Grass is neat and trim... sites are clean. Lovely pool, showers/bathrooms are impeccably clean and sparkling. Well maintained laundry facitlites. We were tenting and it even snowed two of the nights we were there. Excellent experience there! We would definately return and spend time here!
Yogi Bears Jellystone Park and Camp-resort  (Bradford, Ontario)
"The Worst Campground I ever was at!!"......   DIRTY!!! Lots were discusting and the service was awfull! Pool was the best out of any of this. The washrooms were full of mold and debris the whole weekend. I'm not a picky person but this was a terrible experience and would never recommend this to anyone! Playground was unsafe!
Les Jardins de la Republique  (St-Jacques, New Brunswick)
"Beautiful campground with great facilities!"......  
ExcellentLocation:       Fair rating
Services:        Fair rating
Site sizes:       Fair rating
Recreation:    Fair rating
Washrooms:  Fair rating
Recommended!     Marcel Normand (Vankleek Hill, Ontario) ,Wednesday, April 21, 2010
Les Jardins de la Republique  (St-Jacques, New Brunswick)
"Awesome campground! "......  
London 401 KOA  (London, Ontario)
I would not recomend this campground unless it's just for the night and you don't leave your trailer.The owner is a tyrent
Pinery Provincial Park  (Grand Bend, Ontario)
it was awesome!! great time was had...we will go back...great sand dunes, water, and look out points....washrooms were very clean, excite for this summer!!
Jay Lake Campground and RV Park  (Minden, Ontario)
"Not recommended at all"......   We have been camping for years all across ontario, at many different campgrounds and this is the first time I have felt compelled to find a website such as this to share my negative experience about this park. The rules are outrageous, the owner literally wears a Sheriff's hat and truly believes she is just that. My youngest child was denied swimming in the pool on probably the hottest day of the summer because a swimming diaper was not suffice. So there I am about to enjoy a swim with my children on a hot day and in rushes the sheriff telling me to take my child back out of the pool area. So there I go with 3 kids, screaming and crying because she wouldnt let us in the pool. The kicker was the scene she caused in the evening in front of the kids on the wagon ride. In front of frightened children who were enjoying a wagon ride, she pulls her golf cart in front of a truck trying to get to their cottage on adjacent land, she proceeded to verbally attack and threaten these teenagers. My children were scared and started crying to get off the wagon ride. Do NOT waste your time here. There are so many beautiful places to enjoy in Ontario that are not enforced by a cranky, power-controlling "Sheriff"!!!!
Vine Ridge RV Resort  (Queenston, Ontario)
"Fantastic Campground"......   Had a really great time at this campground. Lots of entertainment and things to do for the kids. Stocked variety store, video game room, large sites, huge clean pool, security. Close to Niagara Falls and Niagara-on-the-Lake.
Bon Echo Family Campground  (Cloyne, Ontario)
"Good campground"......   Stayed for a few nights in August 2008. We were given a large private site which we enjoyed very much. The only downside of this campground is that you had to pay to use the shower.
Mussel Beach Campground  (Alberni-Clayoquot C, British Columbia)
"great wilderness campground"......   True wilderness south facing ocean front camping for viewing all kinds of wild life and sea life including whales,off the beaten path and a great spot for kids with miles of beach to explore,
Good - Very goodLocation:       Fair rating
Services:        Fair rating
Site sizes:       Fair rating
Recreation:    Fair rating
Washrooms:  Fair rating
Recommended!     Maxine (Saltspring Island, British Columbia) ,Monday, January 25, 2010
Bon Echo Family Campground  (Cloyne, Ontario)
"Just a great stay. Thanks"......   What a stay. Please just check it out. we all had a great time thanks again
ExcellentLocation:       Fair rating
Services:        Fair rating
Site sizes:       Fair rating
Recreation:    Fair rating
Washrooms:  Fair rating
Recommended!     john haynik (belleville, Ontario) ,Wednesday, January 13, 2010
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