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Trail Campground  (Swift Current, Saskatchewan)
"Poor camping experience"......   We were tenting as a family, the tenting campsites were very poor (2 of the sites had abandoned tents that the owners had no idea), washrooms were disgusting and you pay for showers.
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PoorLocation:       Poor
Services:        Fair
Site sizes:       Poor
Recreation:    Fair
Washrooms:  Poor
NOT recommended!     thomas mackey ,Sunday, August 16, 2015
South Mountain Park Campground and RV Resort  (Kentville, Nova Scotia)
"A great place for the entire family!"......   This lovely campground is located roughly 9km off Highway 101 on Exit 13. Once you arrive, the office/store is the first building you see. The staff members are super friendly- you can tell they enjoy working there. They are organized and deal with customers in an orderly fashion. The facilities- the washrooms/showers are clean and tidy- they are cleaned everyday. The pool is large and well-maintained. It was very clean during our stay. The arcade has games, pool tables and a Ping-Pong table and also seating areas. A tidy space! A library with seating areas are used for different activities. Crafts daily for the kids. It is quiet during the week at this campground but the weekends are filled with activities (There are themed weekends which is outlined on their website). You can tell that the owners care about their park and those who stay there. The grounds are well kept and sites are a good size.
Thetis Lake Campground  (Victoria, British Columbia)
"Stay away. Rude, Dirty, Dishonest, Discriminatory"......   Extremely rude and discriminatory. The other negative reviews I have read on the internet about this place are accurate! DO NOT STAY HERE! This was the most bizzare experience I ever had at a campground or anywhere. There is one man at the campsite who angrily told me that I could not stay there after the man in the office said I could stay the night. He actually said, "There is nothing for you here. Leave. I said so." The experience was so strange and aggressive, that a more complete explanation is necessary. I have wrote down EXACTLY what happened. My family and I called to see if this campground had space for 1 family tent. There would be one SUV, 2 parents, and three children (17, 15, and 13). We were assured that there were plenty of sites. For context, let me tell you how we look. My family is clean cut, the car is in good condition and failry clean, there are no bumper stickers with political, offensive, or religious messages - in fact there are no bumper stickers at all - we have no pets, don't smoke, and don't drink. Boring, I know. That day, none of us had any clothing with offensive messages, that were worn or dirty, or were inappropriate in any way. I say this to explain that there was no reason or supposed justification for the way we were treatted based on our appearance. And during the entiere time (except at the VERY end did i even show that I was frustrated). When we arrived in the afternoon, we waited at the office for someone to show up. When no one did show, I went to the other building that said "office" which is off to the right of the enterance. It was then that I was confronted by the "Rude Man." Now, I need to describe him so anyone who goes there (which noone really should) can avoid him. He is quite overweight, has a grey, longish goatee, and rides a golf cart around the grounds and was wearing a shirt with the sleves cut off. I don't know his name, so I will stick with "Rude Man." When I pulled up at the building, he rode up behind me and said, "What are you doing!?" I told him I was looking to stay the night and that I had called earlier and was told a campsite was available. He said, "Get away from that building. Its not the office." I said ok, but tried to lighten the situation by laughing that there were 2-3 signs on the building that said "Office." He angrilly said, "well it isn't." and rode off to the first building at the entrance. When I approached the entrance building, he kept glaring at me; literally leaning on the steering wheel staring at me. It was a look you see slightly drunk or mentally challenged people get when they want to fight someone. Again, trying to show that I simply wanted to stay the night, I said that I called earlier and was told there were tent spaces availible for my family. He told me that I would have to wait for the "other guy" because he would know. I said, "no problem. Thanks." Then about 20 seconds later - without stopping his glare - he said, "We have no space for you." and began to back up his cart to drive away. I said, "excuse me?" He repeated, "We have no spaces. Go." I asked if he was sure (afterall, he hadn't left the seat of the golf cart and hadn't talked to anyone on a phone or walkie-talkie to see if there were spaces). He said, "yep. You need to leave." I asked why. His response was (verbatium), "It doesn't matter. Leave." And he drove off. So I left, with my entire family wondering what just happened. It was so strange. So I pulled out my cell phone and called, what I thought, another campsite I spoken to earlier that day. I asked if they had any tent spaces availible and was told yes. I asked the campsites address and then realized that it wass the Thetis Lake Campground again. So I asked if he was SURE that there were tent sites available and was told there were a number of sites left. When I returned within 10 minutes of leaving the first time, I entered the office next to the entrance. A younger man by the name of Greg (I think) was helping me. He was nice enough and showed me on a map where the tent sites were. He told me that I could either drive up myself or wait for "the other guy" to show me. I told him that I would be happy to drive up myself. When I got to the loop that had the multiple tent sites (which i could see were vacant) Rude Man's golf cart was blocking the road! The Rude Man was talking to someone - presumably another camper. Then the Rude Man came over and got into his golf cart. I rolled down the window and said, "Hi again, the guy at the front office sent me up here to that (gestturing to a vacant site) was availible. Rude Man said, "I said you can't stay here." I responded, by saying, "I thought it was a misunderstanding because the other man said there was space." He interrupted and said, "It doesn't matter what he says, I already made the decision. I don't care. You have to leave!" (I use exclaimation point to show how he was talking. He never yelled per se, but was loud, definitive, and aggressive). The then tore off in his golf cart headed for the office. At this point, i had no interest in staying, but was curious what the heck was going on. So I turned the car around and drove to the entrance/exit. When I approached the entrance, another guest was leaving the office who was just given a site despite the fact that he did not have reservations. (I know this because he said so when I first spoke tto Greg in the office). The Rude Man was on the steps yelling (not loud but in a scolding manner) at Greg. Greg stood there with his arms slightly open with his palms up like saying "What?" or "Why?" I got out of my car and approached the two. I was still smiling because I didn't want this to escalate, but I was curious about why he was treating me this way. I heard Greg say, "Why?' and "Why not?" With Rude Man saying "Because I said" and "it doesn't matter." So when I got to the two of them, I said, "Is there something that I am missing? I called earlier today and was told there were tent spaces availible." Rude Man interrupted again and said, "there are spaces availible but not for you." I asked point blank, "Did I do or say anything that offended you." Rude Man said, "It doesn't matter. Leave. Good day. Leave. I said so." and would repeat that over and over - though in different orders. The entire time refusing to look at me and breathing through his nose like he had just run a mile. His face was literally getting redder and redder. I looked quizically at Greg, who just gave me the "i'm lost as you are" shrug with his shoulders and hands. So I said, at this point showing some frustration, but not enough to provoke a fight, "So I don't get any explination because this is really bizzare.'" Rude Man said, "I said so. Leave. Nothing here for you." So we left. My wife pointed out that the situation was more scary than wierd. Looking back, I am glad we didn't stay, even without Rude Man's confrontation. The place is extremely run down, dirty, and sketchy looking. security for my tent and my family would have been a concern. DO NOT STAY HERE!!! I am going to report this experience to the BC board of tourism. GO TO FORT VICTORIA I cannot recommend strongly enough to AVOID THETIS LAKE CAMPGROUND. INSTEAD we went to Fort Victoria and had a wonderful welcome, EXTREMELY CLEAN bathrooms, warm showerrs, free - but slow - wi-fi.
"Stay away from this hole!"
Winding River Campground  (Sauble Beach, Ontario)
"Do not stay here"......   Upon arrival we knew we had made a mistake. The site was the smallest site I've ever seen with no privacy at all between each site. Every new arrival we heard come in had nothing but negative reviews upon arrival. The bathrooms were disgusting and to take a shower cost you $1 for every 5 minutes. I know that's not much but when every aspect of this campground has been very sub par it's just one more reason not to come here. At 10pm we had to turn off our radio that could barley be heard from 10 ft away. We bought firewood from the on site store that was very wet and when we used fluid to try and start it we were asked not too. The site supervisor then denied the wood came from their store. All in all this has to be one of the worst campgrounds we have ever spent time at. Stick to well known private parks or provincial parks.
"Do not attend this campground."
Green Acres Campground and RV Park  (Kincardine, Ontario)
"never go back"......   First I booked a pull thru (33ft trailer) when I arrived, they said they didn't have a pull thru available, I booked it 5 months prior. the owner would drive around in a golf cart stopping at each site checking to check it out, he was walking around the back of our trailer, when he thought we where not in it. I could go on & on, just don't go there.
South Mountain Park Campground and RV Resort  (Kentville, Nova Scotia)
The pond was disgusting and when you took the paddle boats out you was having to clean all of the weeds and slime from underneath the boat.My daughter was always wanting to go in them but it was alot of work to paddle to get anywhere and on top of that they charged to take them out for 30 minutes,Well I know we never lasted 10 minutes.It was dissapointing.
Summer House Park  (Miller Lake, Ontario)
"kellyklean@hotmail.com"......   In our 22 years of camping I have never left feeling so gouged. Although we are an adult "family" this campsite charges an extra, $20/adult/nite A whopping bill of $465 for 3 nites. The site next to us paid $700 for 2 weeks with younger children! I appealed to the owner, Jim, to work with me on the pricing but would not budge After a 3 hour drive and full campsites everywhere, we had no choice but to stay. Our kids arrived separately after 10 pm on the Friday, with no staff at gate, we could have snuck them in if we were dishonest, or lied that 2 that are 18 were actually 17,I pointed this out to Jim, still no change in rate. So much for honesty being best policy. This park clearly discriminates against adult families, and we will never return! I booked by telephone, not internet, had I been told this in May when booking we would have never gone! Sigh!!
South Mountain Park Campground and RV Resort  (Kentville, Nova Scotia)
"Acting like stingy landlords instead of resort operators"......   We made a group reservation with 6 families for tent sites. There were insufficient unserviced lots available that long weekend so we accepted 5 unserviced lots and one lot with power on the shaded side of the pond. On arrival Friday evening we found that the shaded, powered lot was not available and instead we had been moved down to another powered lot without morning shade. Finding that the 5 unserviced lots would fit the tents, we told the owner we would not use the powered lot even though we paid for it. The second day one of the families arriving late had called ahead to cancel their reservation. As the reservation was made by one person of the group, the names were assigned in no particular order to the lots. This did not matter to the owner/operator who decided to cancel the unserviced lot in the middle of the area where all of us were staying and call up someone from their waiting list. On return from our day trip we found one of the tents on the side of the road, with all the belongings thrown inside. There were new campers in the middle of our campsite. They told us that the owner moved our tent as the site had been cancelled. After 2 hours of discussing with the owners and getting nowhere we moved the tent on the now very crowded lots we had left. The powered lot still sat empty and wasn't rented out for our entire stay. At no point did the owner try to contact the person who had made all the reservations or anyone else in our group. They had all our phone numbers but none received a call from them. At no point during the 2 hours of back-and-forth did the owners apologize for the unfortunate miscommunication. Only after I pointed this out, did the owner think to apologize to the new campers for their trouble. They told me they didn't care what I thought because I wasn't a customer since I hadn't paid for a site that day. I said that it felt like they were managing an apartment rental business and they said that was exactly how they saw it too. Since we hadn't paid, we were evicted. Needless to say all 6 families cut our stay short and left the next day. The fact that the common facilities (dirty washrooms, worn playgrounds, weed-ridden pond, etc.) were badly maintained added to our frustration and decision to spend the last day of the long weekend at home.
"Badly managed trailer park. Another business owner who thinks balancing the books is all it takes."
Cedar Shade Campground  (Alfred, Ontario)
"Cedar Shade-Would not recommend."......   Not well maintained. Quite dirty. Drainage problem, so all grounds and sites are constantly wet and muddy, even when there hasn't been rain in many days. Quite loud, bad language. Not a great spot for little kids.
Camp Barcovan Tent and RV Park  (Carrying Place, Ontario)
Acceptable up until the last minute when the campground owner declared an extra 10$ fee for dumping which is not usual for any campground I have been and disappointing this is mentioned at the last minute despite the confirmation dumping was included the day before ... I share the view of previous comment made by others : the owner just don't care about anything other than your money ...
"Price issue"
Comfort Plus Campground  (White City, Saskatchewan)
Good one night stay any longer and you could incurred wrath of owner/manager Karen. Very inexperienced in operating campground and being responsive to campers needs
Knutsford/Kamloops RV Campground  (Knutsford, British Columbia)
Nice creek on site. Not impressed with slower than slow WiFi. Suggest bringing your own drinking water, had the "scoots" the whole time we were there.
FairLocation:       Fair
Services:        Fair
Site sizes:       Fair
Recreation:    Fair
Washrooms:  Fair
NOT recommended!     Camping Fanatic (Vancouver, British Columbia) ,Sunday, July 19, 2015
Knutsford/Kamloops RV Campground  (Knutsford, British Columbia)
Nice location, internet extremely poor, some issues with quality of drinking water.
Loch Lomond Tent and Trailer Park  (Amherst, Nova Scotia)
Overall a good camping experience. We camped in a tent trailer in one of the sites bordering the water. Had no problems with staff as mentioned in the other reviews. The grounds are well kept and bathroom facilities are large, immaculate, and centrally located. We also had no issues with owners putting out our fire, however having children we were not up late. This is definitely a FAMILY campground and not for the party kind. The campground is also minutes from the town so convenient should you need to pick things up. The only negative thing I would say is there is not much to do in regards to walking, biking or hiking.
The Windsor Campground  (Maidstone, Ontario)
Why would anyone want to camp here. It is located between highway 401 (a major trucking route) and Windsor Airport, so the noise never stops at any time - day or night. It is full of loud drunk people on busy weekends, not to mention the seasonals driving their golf carts around at midnight. The full service sites are basically a large open space with hardly any foliage at all, and you feel like you are in some trailer park, crammed in on top of one another. The owner, Ed, is quite miserable and will find a way to have a problem with you. The wood is overpriced - you get around 8 pieces for $7.50, and the store is under-stocked. There are many other campgrounds in the area, and even though they may be a longer drive to Windsor, it would be completely worth it to make the longer trip. It may be okay for young singles (the required age is 21 to rent a site for some reason, not 18 or 19), but it isn't a place I would take a family who wants to go camping to get away from a busy life in the city. Sure, there may be a pool, fishing, and a playground, but what campground doesn't have this, at least nearby. After the experiences we've had here (and we are quite tolerable), we don't plan on ever returning.
Camping Plage Gagnon Beach  (Grand-Barachois, New Brunswick)
"Great sand beach, ocean air, park well managed, comfortable and very clean "......   My wife and I recently stayed at Camping Plage Gagnon for 3 days. We were on an extended driving tour of the Maritime coastlines and booked at Gagnon for some extended relaxation. The park was very clean and well organized. We enjoyed the sands, rich fresh air and clear waters of the beach, great for reading, walking and wading. Interesting sea birds and great exposure to ocean front life. We played like kids on the huge inflated bounce pad, a new style work-out. We found the owners to be very friendly and accommodating and got good travel, entertainment and dining tips. Very genial considering they were committed to working full days on improvements to the park facilities and developing additional sites. Beautiful geography and very engaged management makes this a great location for a comfortable stay.
"A great place to relax, then access seafood, PEI or the vinyards of Wolfville."
Oakhill Pines Campground  (Bridgewater, Nova Scotia)
"Perfect Place"......   I've read these reviews & can't believe what I've read with respect to the negativity. The campground (lots) are very spacous. You can get treed or opened lots. The sites are NOT on top of one anther compared to so many in NS. They may appear that way at times as there are so many campers with company. The bathrooms are older but very clean and will be upgraded in the near future as upgrades have been taking place. The children love it here as do the adults. A true family campground. New rec. hall, games room, canteen etc. Staff is very accomdating. Try for yourself and you'll wonder about the negativity too. (By the way, ticks", I've heard of 1 and if you live in NS that's amazing for this year.)
Oakhill Pines Campground  (Bridgewater, Nova Scotia)
"PERFECT PLACE !!"......   Oakhill Pines is the ideal Based on a family getaway the setting is perfect. We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves and have rebooked for several more great weekends. Give it a try, you won't be disappointented. Cheaper rates, spacious lots & friendly people.
Klahanie Kamping  (Aylesford, Nova Scotia)
"Worst campground ever"......   Horrible place,it has old RV in the woods,the pool was green. The staff were rude. Don't waste your money
Parlee Beach Campground  (Shédiac, New Brunswick)
"Excellent location and very popular campground"......   We've been camping at this campground for many years quite simply because of its location (about 10-15 minutes walking distance to the beach) and because it's quiet at night. Although most sites are not very private (ie. in open areas), they are of fair size. Showers aren't bad even though meter prices went from quarters to loonies in 2004 (showering can now cost a couple of bucks per day for a family of 4). Little restaurant and convenience store at entrance very good. No reservations accepted so get there early in the morning to get a spot!
"Great campground! We've going back again next summer!"
Capilano RV Park  (Vancouver, British Columbia)
"Just ok"......   This campground looked pretty wonderful on line. Appeared to have the river on one side, surrounded by trees. It has a river, but a chain link fence and bushes keep you away. Also the other 3 sides appear to be bordered by roads. The sites are very small. Location is wonderful. Washing machines and dryers are nice. Very clean room. But there is no change machine. Oops yes there is, but only takes Canadian money. We were visiting from USA. Had to go to bank to get change. When we checked in, we were not offered any tourist info. We were also told there was no cable tv. But there was cable, so we hooked up and it did work.
Riviera RV Park and Campground  (Grand Forks, British Columbia)
Stay away from this place, very very unpleasant female host, allows crackhead and drunks to live there, but chases away the good people, RCMP in this place a number of times last summer, dirty coin showers, broken but still in use washing machine, erratic office hours, blown out lightbulbs in washroom and park grounds, pitch dark at night, often for days at a time, only the guests are there, nobody looking after the place, POWER SURGE PROTECTOR for rvs highly recommended. Take your own loonies for the showers and laundry, if the office is open, they don't always have change for you. We left with a week remaining on our monthly rent. And they want 5.00 a day for extra vehicles, including motorcycles and bike trailers, work crews - don't stay here for that reason, dog poop and cig butts on the beach, overflowing garbage dumpster is the norm, attracts bears, I could go on and on, we stayed here for 18 months over a 24 month period, this place is going downhill as I write this.
FairLocation:       Fair
Services:        Fair
Site sizes:       Fair
Recreation:    Fair
Washrooms:  Fair
NOT recommended!     Krista MacDonald (Grand Forks, British Columbia) ,Friday, April 10, 2015
Click to go to the campground's website Birch Grove RV Park and Marina (birchgrovervpark) in Nelson, British Columbia
"Beautiful RV and Marina Campground "......   Sometimes it's the little things that matter. This was our 4th stay at this RV park. It's a beautiful campground. Very clean and with a staff that is always willing to help. Every year we like to stay in the same campsite, along with the 4 other units that we go with. They have always accommodated us.  As soon as a unit moves out, there is someone there to clean up the site. Emptying the fire pit out, raking away stones and leaves and cleaning up any other debris left by the campers. Let me tell you, that is not always the case with many campgrounds. At this campground, they pay attention to details. Stayed September 2014, travelled with friends
"OUTSTANDING"
Ottawa Poplar Grove Trailer Park Ltd.  (Ottawa, Ontario)
Camped here on the Thanksgiving weekend. Had a wonderful time. Enjoyed the beautiful colours of the leaves. The indoor pool was wonderful. Would definitely stay here again.
Click to go to the campground's website Camping KOA Bas-St-Laurent Campground (koabsl) in St-Mathieu-de-Rioux, Québec
"Best campground in Quebec"......   Wow! Splashpad, heated pool, spa, nice sandy beach, kayaks, Jumping Pillow, playground, mini-golf... A true resort. Pull-thrus till 85' with 20/30/50A, wifi and cable TV.
Fishermans Cove Tent and Trailer Park  (Kincardine, Ontario)
"Not worth it."......   Well maintained grounds & facilities, and the seasonal guests are friendly and welcoming. These are the only two positives that I can report from outr recent trip to Fisherman's Cove. We arrived well in advance of closing time as per the instructions found with our reservation email, only to find the office closed. None of the posted phone numbers resulted in human contact. 3 hours away from home in a thunderstorm, there was no turning back. We camped in a parking lot for the night without any of the services that we paid for. WE WERE CHARGED FULL PRICE FOR THAT NIGHT!. The advertised free wifi is only valid at the front office. If you want it at your site, it costs extra (per device.. bring a router if you want to share the connection). even if it doesn't work at your site. There is no cellular reception at all (at least for Rogers & Bell, other providers unverified). The good: Nice, well groomed sites Clean bathrooms The bad: Very high rates Operators are religious zealots Constant nickel & diming (Check the price list to see what I mean) Ignorant, unhelpful staff Not LGBT friendly (see pricelist, mother, father & children = family? What about families with two mothers? Or 2 fathers?) The advertised hot tub is rarely cleaned No cellular reception Office hours change without warning Have a pet Rotweiller, Am Staff or pit bull? you aren't welcome here. Coin operated showers are traditionally 25 cents. They are a dollar here, shorter than normal, and cold. There are Bible passages posted all over the place here, but don't be fooled, there is little honor or honesty in the way these people deal with guests.
"Find somewhere else to go."
Blue Lake Resort  (Boston Bar, British Columbia)
"Dirty Run Down Campsite"......   I would never recommend this campsite to anyone with a family. The playground is a hodge podge of broken, mismatched, old and dangerous equipment. The washrooms and showers are DISGUSTING, I would be surprised if they are cleaned once a week. I don't think the showers are ever cleaned. There was some sort of worms living in the drain in the shower at the end. Oh and if you want electricity, better be prepared to constantly fix the breaker. This campground is an electrical nightmare - no way would it pas any sort of electrical code. Extension cords running from site to site. Not one camper on our stretch from the washrooms to the beach could run their ac without blowing a breaker constantly. Complain to the office and you were told to fix it yourself. Loved that for our entire stay there was two squished rats on the road right beside the playground. The owner/worker would drive by them and over them on his ATV many times a day. Crazy loud at night with music and partying. They say they are a family campground but they cater more to the pot smoking, heavy partiers who constantly rip up and down the roads on ATV's. Music is always loud at night, owners never enforce rules. Every day, off leash dogs on beach. When we first pulled into campground our spot had a nice welcome pile of dog poop and had garbage strewn about. Obviously sites are not checked before new campers arrive. This place is a dusty, dirty, poorly run campground. The only good thing was the beautiful lake but you can find that all around BC. Would never go again.
"Never GO"
Wide Open Wilderness Campground  (Shubenacadie, Nova Scotia)
"Fantastic campground! I don't believe the bad reviews that I've read on here!"......   We stayed at WOW campground in our Canadream RV recently after attending a conference in Halifax. We were treated amazingly by Stan and Effie! One of the best nights we had during our short tour of Nova Scotia. Stan took us for a guided tour of the campground and explained the set up that he had there. I've seen a few bad reviews of WOW and I find it very hard to believe any of them...from what we experienced the facilities were good and clean and everyone was friendly (including the owners and the seasonals that we met). In regards to the speed bumps, I can honestly say that those speed bumps are a good size (in the UK you would actually get bigger ones) and serve the purpose of keeping children safe! The speed bumps at Keji national park were also much more challenging. It's a shame my niece was unable to be with us because she would have loved the campground as it caters well for both adults and children! Thanks once again Stan and Effie! Mike (Birmingham, UK)
"Fantastic campground and great owners!"
Baby Nugget RV Park  (Watson Lake, Yukon)
"High price,hard ground"......   Highest priced tent sites on Alaska Highway.Ground is exposed rocks or roots.Sites are next to above ground gasoline tanks.Bring a flashlight as washroom entranceways are unlit,washrooms unheated and showers cost a dollar for a fast two minutes.Laundry room is expensive and always packed with people using internet.Internet is hotspot that covers about ten percent of sites,so everyone uses laundromat.No cellphone service on entire site,so you have to drive down the highway to call anyone.
Ocean View Park  (Grand-Barachois, New Brunswick)
Campground very good to reach, directly from highway, very nice places for one night oder a saison, campground direct at the beach, very clean place and friendly owner, camper come over years to the same place, very nice eating place for camper and there guest, owner is doing everything to make the camper happy, love to stay again.
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