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Yogi Bears Jellystone Park Camp-resort  (Niagara Falls, Ontario)
"Helpfull"......   Nice sites, Good pool for the kids, Nice large play ground. They have a shuttle to the falls for $6.00 (cheaper than parking) Fair prices in the store. We had problems with the hose for our BBQ and needed a small tank of propane, the owners sent an employee to the local store to get it for us. He was back 10 min. later and there was no mark up. Very Very nice owners. We are going to stay again !!!
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Very good - ExcellentLocation:       Fair rating
Services:        Fair rating
Site sizes:       Fair rating
Recreation:    Fair rating
Washrooms:  Fair rating
Recommended!     Bert, Donna, Julia & Anna ,Monday, June 18, 2007
Great Canadian Hideaway  (Parkhill, Ontario)
Stayed on the first long weekend of the year, planned activities were nice, petting zoo for the kids, lots of walking area, could have more for the smaller kids. Sites not very level, but nice shade
Bissells Hideaway Resort  (Ridgeville, Ontario)
Nice water park, Splash pool very nice, paddle boats a bit misleading, small fill pond, not a lot of shade for overnight sites. also sewer hook-up is small 3" have an adapter for your hose. Overall a nice campsite but beware of being placed near seasonal sites they can be loud.
Sibbald Point Provincial Park  (Jacksons Point, Ontario)
"the camp grounds is so clean "......  
Click to go to the campground's website Batmans Cottages Tent and Trailer Park (manitoulincamping) in Manitoulin Island, Ontario
"Summer of 2006"......   very enjoyable stay. quiet park, close to water
"will return again"
Recreationland Campground  (Cumberland, Ontario)
Nice quiet family campground. Very friendly staff. Excellent services. Sopping and services close. Close to public transportation to Ottawa.
"will return here when visiting Ottawa"
Beausejour Camping  (Shédiac, New Brunswick)
"Had the best camping experience in a long time."
Killbear Provincial Park  (Killbear Park, Ontario)
really love this place everything good but too many spots reserved not enough first come first serve have decided to go else where
Killbear Provincial Park  (Killbear Park, Ontario)
Being that it is reasonably close to the GTA it is a very busy park.esp. on long weekends. I used to come here when I was in my teens because of this. Now I look for more unique and remote parks.
Windy Lake Provincial Park  (Onaping, Ontario)
Have been coming here for several years. A nice park. Well run. Close to amenities or a quick run to the grocery store for supplies. Lots of blue berries and a good sand beach area.
Mara Camping  (Mara, British Columbia)
This campground is private, shaded, and located a few metres from a gas station/convenience store. It is exactly 5 minutes drive from Mara Lake Provincial Park, which is a lovely and accessible day-use park,and includes a boat launch. Mara Campground & RV has room for overnight boat storage. It's in a great location for sight-seeing and is a 2 minute drive from Shuswap River. The hosts have a number of lawn games which guests are encouraged to use. There's basketball on the property, and a full-sized tennis court a few moment's walk away. The Starlight Drive-In Theatre is a must-see just 20 minutes away. A great place to enjoy a night or a week!!
Flamboro Valley Camping Resort  (Flamborough, Ontario)
"New with great potential"......   Friendly newer park with excellent staff and good facilities. Adding new sites and ammenities constantly. Great pool/spa. Quiet and friendly family park. Area for larger rigs is being readied.
Le Domaine de Rouville Inc.  (St-Jean-Baptiste-De-Rouville, Québec)
"The best place on Heart"......   My heart was beaten with the view of the earth lying over there. Me and thomas my best underground friend went there and love was found!!!!
Camping Lamoureux  (L'Ange-Gardien, Québec)
"Camping Lamoureux"......   This small, quiet campground is located 30 miles from Ottawa, 5 miles from Buckingham on the west bank of the Lièvre River in L'Ange-Gardien. The owner was friendly and the washroom and shower were clean.
Campers City RV Park  (Moncton, New Brunswick)
"Once bitten twice shy. Fellow New Brunswick'r"......   As a New Brunswicker I was ashamed to have a campground charge for a pet (YES CHARGE for a pet). Two separate couples from the west coast of Canada couldn't believe the only campground they have came across that charged for a cat and our dog.
"This is why campers stay at Wal-mart"
New River Beach Campground  (New River Beach, New Brunswick)
"AWESOME"......   This is probably my most favourite local campground. JC Oromocto
"nice if you can handle fog."
Riverside Park Campground and Motel  (Niagara Falls, Ontario)
"Worth a visit"......   We visited over the Canada day weekend, last year, and enjoyed our time while there. The staff and fellow campers were very friendly and we actually shared campfire cooked meals with those around us. On a windy day, when lighting a fire was a bit of a problem, a fellow camper bought us their electric grill to use instead. However, the campsites were on the small size and thus tents tended to be close to each other and likewise you could hear other campers' conversations. The washrooms were very clean and the showers were nice and warm.
"Would certaintly consider this camp site again, if we happen to be in the area."
Leisure Time Park and Trailer Sales Inc  (Palgrave, Ontario)
"Ok, but probably not visit again"......   Overall, an ok campground, more suited for a one night/need a place for the night type of stay, than a more longer experience. Not much for kids to do other than 2 small playgrounds and a open field. Avoid the washrooms by the entrance and they were not very clean and in need of a major face lift when we visited (last summer). However the other washrooms were very good, although much further away (we actually drove to them, rather than walk). In fact from our camp location everything was a fair bit away. The other major problem is that this is a long term RV park and thus the mobile homes drawfed the campers by a huge margin. On the plus side, the campsites were quite large and could easily fit 2 family tents. Note, there is a Tim Horton's a 2 minute drive from the campground.
Bon Echo Family Campground  (Cloyne, Ontario)
"A beautiful, quiet spot!"......   I had a great time - the place is small and quiet, just the way I want. With some stunning wooded area combined with open sunny areas, you feel like you are in nature, yet its fully services for RVs. Washrooms are clean. The beach and lake is amazing. I'll be back!
"Quiet, peaceful, very clean facilities."
Waterfowl Lakes Campground  (Banff, Alberta)
"Going to for 15+ years"......   This is a campground at the edge of banff park. It is wonderfully located, near upper and lower waterfowl lake and is a wonderful place to stay is very peaceful. The staff are very friendly. Is good for overnight stays, and mostly gets passerbys or long term campers. Offers wonderful views. It however rains almost everynight. So a awning is mostly a must. No-programs offered even though guides state it has nightly programs. No-showers, however you can bathe in the river. I am a local to the area and go here ever summer since i was a baby. Good for experianced campers and passerthrus. Give it a try. Bring umbrella
Bow Valley Campground  (Canmore, Alberta)
very good camp ground, clean , well keep. excellent staff .
Happy Hills Family Campground  (Embro, Ontario)
I really like this place. A group of get together once a year and we have a blast. There is so much to do for kids there. We really like to go on the wagon rides, the pool is very clean, the kids splash pad is always fun for the kids. They don't have a beach but the do have a couple of beach volley ball courts. The have a 9 hole golf course on site as well as a mini golf course. They even have a petting zoo. Book early, they book up fast. Firewood is dry, (meaning indoors) bathrooms are clean most of the time but far from the camp sites. Invest in a port-a-potty. It's a long walk after a few ;). The sites are a bit small and close together but the people are friendly and we always have a good time.
Fishermans Cove Tent and Trailer Park  (Kincardine, Ontario)
This is a really nice place to go. Lots of things to do there. They have 2 indoor pools and a beach. Lots of fishing. They do have boat rentals for fishing. The sites are nice, lots of pine trees. (sap) Very nice surondings. The bathrooms are very clean and fairly new. The one thing I feel the need to improve is the fire wood. It's out in the open rain or shine and with our rainy weather over the past couple of years, it's hard to ge a fire going. I never had a bad time here.
Silent Valley Park Ltd  (Ayton, Ontario)
I've been there a few times. I go at least once a year. Good walking trails, clean beach, really nice surroundings. The bathrooms are old but well kept. Fire wood is dry and in a shelter. I like to take the kids fishing there, it's a catch and release fishing pond. The water is clean and clear. Over all this is a really nice place to stay and safe for the kids. One complaint I have is that the sites are not very private. On the other hand, I haven't been to a private campground that the sites were private. I'll continue to go back. This is a nice family campground, if you like to party, go some where else. They will not put up with that and neither will the other campers.
Cypress Hills Provincial Park  (Maple Creek, Saskatchewan)
"the lodgepole pines give you a mountainous atmosphere! and we love their night sky program. "......  
Buffalo Plains RV Park and Campground  (Fort Macleod, Alberta)
"very clean quiet and relaxing"......   Very clean washrooms with free hot showers, quiet , large lots, the owners were very friendly, helpful and go out of thier way to make your stay enjoyable . We really enjoyed our stay and will go there again
Campers City RV Park  (Moncton, New Brunswick)
"Could Be a Great Place"......   This campground has a great location close to lots of great things to do, it is surrounded by trees and gives you the impression you are nestled away from everything which is great when camping. However the service you receive from the owners or operators is very poor. Camping is not cheap to do and this place will cause it to be even more expensive. They nickle and dime you on everything. Since it is iinside city limits there are no open fires permitted, but they will rent you an approved fire place for $8.50 a night plus $5.50 a bag of wood and they will not let you pick the wood up, they must deliver it when they get to you. Both nights we stayed our children (3 and 6) missed being able to have a fire due to waiting for the wood to be delivered and when I complained about it all I was offered was that they would refund the wood charge and kkep the wood if we didn't want it any longer. I mean come on, this is supposed to be a family experience!! And to top it all off if you like pets there is an extra dollar a day to have them them!! My 2 cents worth.
"Be nickled and dimed at Campers City"
Cascade Cove RV Park and Campground  (Christina Lake, British Columbia)
"Exellent location, great swimming hole, hot showers"......   We went not knowing what to expect but totally enjoyed the site and will go back again. Lots of trees and shade. The swimming hole is great adn refreshing.
Bridal Falls Camperland  (Rosedale, British Columbia)
"fabulous facility for the entire family"......   My wife and I enjoyed our first of hopefully many stays with Holiday Trails. I was sceptical of the membership process but the staff were professional and comfortable. We will be going back again to this site and other Holiday Trails sites.
Island View Camping  (St Andrews, New Brunswick)
"A great Vacation"......   Thank you so much for a wonderfull restfull stay.It was our first time in our RV we just bought.We could'nt have picked a better place.Next trip it will be #97 CAN'T WAIT!!!!! THANX FOR A GREAT TIME!!!!
"To all who read this.GREAT PLACE TO VACATION 100%"
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