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Town and Country Campark  (Sussex, New Brunswick)
Poor customer service. Road noise that carried on all night. Road construction started at 8:00. Mowing started at 10:00. No wifi in trailer had to go to office. No sewer hook up. Too much money for services not needed and none of the services we did need. Worst campground in a 2 month vacation.
"Did not use recreation facilities. Did not use washrooms and showers."
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FairLocation:       Fair
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NOT recommended!     Fairlie Parker (Brandon, Manitoba) ,Thursday, August 8, 2013
Town and Country Campark  (Sussex, New Brunswick)
"Terrible Cancellation Policy"......   Called today to cancel my reservation of Sept 6th and 7th. Was told there was no refund even though I cancelled approx. 1 month in advance. Now they can rent that campsite out and get double for those 2 nights. Was going to try there another time but with customer service like that not a chance. I'm out $77.00. Oh well, live and learn.
PoorLocation:       Poor
Services:        Fair
Site sizes:       Poor
Recreation:    Fair
Washrooms:  Poor
NOT recommended!     Marty Rowe (Shediac, New Brunswick) ,Thursday, August 8, 2013
Sid Turcotte Park  (Mattawa, Ontario)
"try it you will like it."......   excellent facilities,helpfull staff,lovely scenery with the mattawa river running right through it,two beaches and walking distance to town within 10 min.well kept and family oriented.try it you will love it.i have been there three times a year for the last seven years.
Leisure Time Park and Trailer Sales Inc  (Palgrave, Ontario)
"Stay Away "......   We booked here 4 sites months in advance, just to get here and find out we are all separated, when I booked them she said "no problem " we can put all 4 sites together, Ya No. They had nothing for kids. Then they had the nerve to keep asking for more $. Please tell whoever is thinking of camping here, STAY AWAY, best advice ever. The only good thing is the pool and it is so small it gets crowded with 15 people in it. We stayed here in July 2013
Highland Pines Campground and RV Sales  (Belwood, Ontario)
"Stay away"......   No customer service, this park just wants your money and doesn't care about anything else. Don't ask to speak to the owner because he is the leader of (I don't care if you come back attitude) washrooms were dirty and needed to be cleaned more often with the amount of people.
"Stay away from Highland Pines"
Highland Pines Campground and RV Sales  (Belwood, Ontario)
"Terrible customer service"......   The owner of Highland Pines ( Nolan Vallery) really needs some people skills. I have never met someone so high on his horse he forgets about his customers. His park is full now but if he keeps treating his customers the way he does i it won't take long before he doesn't have any. This park is okay as long as you don't have any conflicts with them or need anything because he will tell you he doesn't care if you come back right to your face. The washrooms were a terrible mess!! It was expensive to camp there 100.00+ for two nights of camping next to a highway as well and you just would expect to be treated better.
"Terrible park! Very young owner with big head and no people skills at all."
Oakhill Pines Campground  (Bridgewater, Nova Scotia)
Sites are small and close together, conflicting information from staff and extremely rude to my children and myself. Washrooms are very dirty and holes in ceiling. Pool was very small and cloudy. Difficult for small kids to ride bikes due to uphill and rough road.
Town and Country Campark  (Sussex, New Brunswick)
"A Great campground, but rude bullying management"......   Spent the weekend there. Had a great weekend, but two things will keep me from returning. 1st, the jumping pillow rules. Parents must go get the key from the office and sign it out. Parents are required to let all kids play on the jumping pillow, and they are responsible for their safety. When your kids are done, you need to close down the pillow and return the key. Other parents see the pillow open and send their kids with no supervision. I don't feel like being responsible for the safety of 20 random kids whose parents are back at the campsite napping. Second, after spending 3 hours Sunday morning, drying everything out and packing, I needed a shower. I went to get a shower while my wife checked out. She then proceeded to give the kids a quick snack at the kitchen shelter before we left. The manager came and told her "12:00 pm checkout means 12:00 pm checkout. You need to leave right away". Way to guarantee that I'll find another campground next time.
"Great campground, bad rules, rude management."
GoodLocation:       Fair rating
Services:        Fair rating
Site sizes:       Fair rating
Recreation:    Fair rating
Washrooms:  Fair rating
Recommended!     George Hannah (Saint John, New Brunswick) ,Monday, July 22, 2013
Wide Open Wilderness Campground  (Shubenacadie, Nova Scotia)
After reading some of the negative reviews on this campground I have come to the conclusion that people are just using this site to air their personal problems with the owners, Stan & Effie. This is a wonderful campground that caters to children. For the person who complained about the whining kids and loud parents; obviously you don't have children and should choose a campground that caters to adults. Every tourist attraction has some problems but some of these comments are ridiculous. They have very clean updated bathrooms, a great rec hall and events every week-end for children and adults. If you have never been there I recommend you stay for a nite or 2 and form your own opinion instead of basing any decision on comments made on this site.
Sherkston Shores Campground  (Sherkston, Ontario)
"Greedy "......   Good for a week but don't buy in. Fees will bleed you. You will feel trapped hard to sell. Love our trail and our time here. But the cost counter that. I know of many people who have walked away from there homes because it has gotten to expensive. Or rent to help pay. Park will rent for you but if you read the fine print. Your chance of support if they damage it is unlikely. Very difficult to get maintenance to deal with safety issues in owners area.
Killbear Provincial Park  (Killbear Park, Ontario)
"andi.mell.ca@gmail.com"......   We just returned from an fun filled 5 day camping trip, which included horseback ride, ATV ride, caving, boat cruise, canoeing and more. Killbear was very well organized and relatively clean. The staff patrolled the campground frequently. Everything was in good repair, no broken faucets, clogged up toilets, or trash around. Very spacious and private sites. Will definitely go again. The weather could have been better, but we did what we had planned to do for the most part. We had wanted to try para-sailing, but the dates and location changed and we unfortunately couldn't get it to fit into our itinerary. It rained buckets a drop the first night, but it was always dry enough to set up and pack up.For more detail please check out our blog about the trip if you like: http://www.drdnaturopath.com/index.php/killbear-to-caves-5-day-itinerary/
Cedar Haven Tent and Trailer Park  (Cobden, Ontario)
Beautiful campground, very welcoming people, most of the campground is seasonal campers. It doesn't matter if you are there for a weekend a week or the entire season everyone treats you like a neighbor. Very fabulous. Would, I mean will go back in a heart beat!
Hubbards Beach Campground and Cottages  (Hubbards, Nova Scotia)
"Great Campground"......   Great campground, beautiful beach, not big but fair sized lots, great playground, good food, clean washrooms.
Oakhill Pines Campground  (Bridgewater, Nova Scotia)
"One of my least favorite campgrounds in Nova Scotia"......   One of the least appealing campgrounds I've been in. Very small lot, not a very big campground, playground is poor, only good thing is that it is close to Bridgewater.
Sir Winston Churchill Campground  (Lac La Biche, Alberta)
"Best Campground I've been to in awhile. Well worth the drive!"......   Campground is very nice and clean. Sucxh a popular place it's Very Hard to get a campsite. Lots of walking trails available. The beaches were so nice and sandy. The water was so clean and refreshing. Can't wait to go back.
Sunnyside Campground  (Westport, Ontario)
"Once your in .... "......   I will say it's a nice area to camp .... lots to do for the kids. BUT there is NO flexibility in anything in this park. Don't sneeze in your trailer after 11 ... they'll be knocking at your door telling you to be quite! They come around at 11 PM exactly and send you to bed ... fire out no talking no music ... nothing! UNLESS your part of the A-H group ... they are the owner's favorites and seem to get whatever they want whenever they want and have there own rules! They sit on the beach ALL DAY and drink then get on their boats and hit the water towing kids after consuming copious amounts of alcohol! FRIGHTENING .... After being there for over 5 years we had had enough .... your nickled and dimed for EVERYTHING including advise. all in all if you want to check it out go for it ..... I hear they have lots of vacancies this year as there was an en mass departure from there last season and many pulled out this spring.
Sunnyside Campground  (Westport, Ontario)
"Money hungry ... will nickle and dime you for EVERYTHING including free advice !!! Park run by the Scott family. Nice when you first meet them and th"......  
Devon Lions Club Campground  (Devon, Alberta)
Lack of signage on HWY 60 to find the campground... had to drive through Devon, turn around found one sign then had to guess when I drove the 2.5 km to make turn off and by fluke found another sign in town and followed it to the campground
Great Canadian Hideaway  (Parkhill, Ontario)
"Dirty Washrooms, Muddy swimmin' hole"......   Went on the Canada Day long weekend. Busy as hell. Line ups for the toilets. 2 out of the 3 toilets in the ladies room were out of order. One of the toilets overflowed, for 2 days the floor was wet & slippery with water, toilet paper, pee and feces. After it rained we had branches falling from trees, with near missing on people. Don't stay after a rain, it becomes a haven for mosquitoes. The uneven ground made for large puddles and mud everywhere. Their claim of a sandy beach is bull, it's a muddy swimming hole, the fishing is great.
Milton Heights Campground  (Milton, Ontario)
This campground is very well maintained the only problem we ran into was the ladie that runs this place can be on the rude side alot and seems to not care about anything others have to say, It is also very obvious that this ladie favours other people who return to the park year after year, One person can get in trouble for doing things that others are allowed to do but most are not........
Lost Lemon Campground and Cabins  (Blairmore, Alberta)
"Not Pet Friendly But They Sure Like Your Money"......   We have been camping all over Alberta and BC for many years, and this was easily the worst campground we have ever been too. The campsites are far to small, we have a tent and a truck and were wall to wall inside our boundary lines in the second site we got.. the first one we could not have put the truck in the site it was so small. It seems as though they have cut the average size site into two in an effort to make more money. They upcharge for absolutely everything, pricing is based on 2 adults, you will pay an extra $3 per child you have with you. They have a very small pool, which you must shower before you get in, and the sign says it must be a full shampoo/soap shower, and you will pay to use that shower. The ultimate however is DO NOT THINK THAT BECAUSE IT SAYS YOU CAN BRING YOUR PET THAT IT IS PET FRIENDLY. We have a 16 year old dog, he stayed in the truck, where we have a house set up for him, 98% of the time. Our kids took him out of the truck so we could change his bedding etc. and promptly the male owner came over and said the rules say you have to walk your dog outside of the park. When I tried to explain to him we were changing his bedding and that he is a registered guest at the campground, and was not even on a bathroom outing, I was quite rudely told that if I did not like the rules I could go to a different campground, and then he ran away, pausing only briefly when I told him no problem give me my money back. My husband and I then went to the office to speak with his wife, who I booked through, who reiterated their walk your dog outside the campground rule, and that they had not seen us outside the gate at all. I pointed out that she has certainly seen our truck leave repeatedly, we take the dog places slightly more appropriate than the road outside their gate. I also pointed out that HER DOG was free roaming and had been in our campsite more than once, to which she replied it is her dog and her property, and if her dog wanted to wander into my campsite then so be it. Clearly this woman needs to learn what the legal arrangement is when you "rent" out a piece of your establishment for money, this would be like a hotel owner sleeping in the bed of your hotel room because he owns it? I expressed my disgust with her husbands attitude, and told her that I do not accept comments like his "go to another campground" remark, and that if that was the case, give me a refund and I will be on my way. Of course she was quick to point out her no refund policy. About half an hour later, she came by our site to let us know another tenter would be coming, so please make sure all our stuff was on our side of the line. I told her no problem, we were leaving anyhow. At that point she asked us please not to go, apologized for her husbands comments, etc. etc. blah blah blah. She said they just don't want dogs using their campground as a washroom, and again I pointed out that we clean up after our dog, and take him off site, but that he certainly has a right to, on a leash, step outside of the truck occasionally. Too little too late, we left after she made her pleas for us to stay, this place is just ridiculously run, over priced, and has rude owners trying to maximize profit for as little work as possible. A side note, we completely understand not wanting to pick up after someone else, or someone else's dog, that is not the problem here. The problem is with this campsite claiming on their site that they accept pets, and I did mention and thoroughly discuss ours when I booked, and then getting there and having our dog treated the way he was. If you don't like dogs, don't let people bring them, it's just that simple. If you want the revenue from pet owners, adjust your attitude.
Chippawa Creek Conservation Area  (Welland, Ontario)
"Avoid Chippawa Creek"......   Chippawa Creek's official site won't let users post feedback, so I'm hoping this review helps someone out along the way. Don't go to Chippawa Creek. Just don't. Find another site because this one's just not worth it. Here's a very brief summary of why you shouldn't go: - The whole conservation area is built on a marsh. Great if you're a bird, but a living hell if you happen to be a human being on account of the bugs. Also, their staff on the phone neglected to mention our site was bordering on said marsh, even when asked. She said there was water nearby, but no swamp. Swamp? What swamp? - About 70% of this park caters to trailer camping, so if you're a tent camper, expect to settle for sloppy seconds when it comes to site selection. - The vast majority of tent sites are small, have no tree coverage, and little-to-no privacy. Maybe you're ok with this. Probably you aren't. - One bathroom. 500+ sites. Sure, they throw some porta-potties around, but it's pretty gross. Don't worry, though: they're putting in a second comfort station. In 2017. - Crumby security. The second night of our visit, drunken idiots stayed up til 2am blaring music and doing donuts on an empty site with their pickup trucks. Security never showed up. The following night, our quiet group of 4 was threatened with eviction over using the wrong wood for our fire. Clearly, they have their priorities.
"Really can't under-emphasize how bad this campground is. Don't go - you'd only be encouraging them."
Shangri-La Niagara Family Campground  (St Catharines, Ontario)
"Great Canada Day experience 2013"......   We have an old tent trailer with 2 adults and 2 children (ages 7 & 4). The rates were very affordable, especially for the Niagara area ($31/night.) Our kids loved the play area and we were pleased that the sires were a bit larger than normally found. Our site was fairly private as we were at the end of a row of trailers. The pool was clean and there was a small splash pool for toddlers and preschoolers. There seemed to be many events and the fireworks display was much better than we expected. The multi-lingual staff were helpful and friendly. I am looking forward to going back again!!
"Family friendly with great staff. We will be back."
Green Acres Campground and RV Park  (Kincardine, Ontario)
"Sorry, never again."......   The owners are surly and rude. It was like being in a military camp. If there was different management/ owners, we might go back. These people act like they are doing you a favour. Very pricy accommodations. Not a walk to the beach but a drive.
"Wouldn't recommend it"
Bingemans Campground  (Kitchener, Ontario)
This park is a absolute JOKE!! Over priced, understaffed and a disease invested breeding ground for people or animals! should be shut down by the ministry of health!!! It used to be a fabulous place but they must of changed ownership because the place is a disgrace to the camping community! I have never seen a more unclean park in my life, and I have stayed in some bad parks! The bad part is, it has the potential to be a beautiful place to camp with the facilities already in place, but I guess the almighty dollar (which they charge a premium for everything), is more important to them. Take my advice as a seasoned veteran of camping and avoid this park at all cost!!!!
Cardinal KOA  (Cardinal, Ontario)
"Very Very Bad Experience !"......   As others have stated the facilities are quite nice, but for hard working people that are taking some time to unwind and enjoy themselves after the kids are down- DON'T ! The owner here is out to lunch after the sun goes down. You might be sitting outside whispering to your husband or wife or heaven forbid friends, and all the owner does is walk around harassing you. This was one of the least enjoyable times I have spent anywhere !!! Please save yourself the trouble and find another park to stay at like 1000 islands KOA . The rest of the staff though was wonderful !
Sunset View Campground  (Hawkshaw, New Brunswick)
"one word Don't"......   A nice park, well situated with nice view of the St.john river, BUT if you have a dog , kids or like to sit outside and play cards in your screen tent to keep away from the bugs don't go here. Your kids will be screamed at every time they move or go on the grass, micro managed around the swimming pool or berated every time they be kids. We were treated rudely the whole time we spent there , which turned out to be one night although we had planned on several days Our friends who came the following morning with their dog were refused entry and told to go to a campsite across the river. Our elderly neighbours wanted to play cards in a sceen tent between their two trailer sites , but were told they could not role down the screens and at 10 oclock were told they had to turn out their lights and go inside.
Fair - GoodLocation:       Fair
Services:        Fair
Site sizes:       Fair
Recreation:    Fair
Washrooms:  Fair
NOT recommended!     Gary Dean (Fredericton, New Brunswick) ,Monday, June 24, 2013
Natures Hideaway Family Campground  (De Winton, Alberta)
"Great Campsite!"......   Great security! if you are the riff raff they are trying to keep out yea you'll say you hate security but if your a family looking for a great camping trip you will love it! the river is great sites are a little tight but group areas are great!
"Over all a great campground!"
Graingers Tent and Trailer Park  (Kinburn, Ontario)
"Great Spot"......   Have both tented here and trailered as well. Friendly staff and environment. Close enough to take a bike ride to Pakenham and the Mississippi
Five Islands Ocean Resort and RV Campground  (Lower Five Islands, Nova Scotia)
"Dad koza "......   Mam koza Dad koza David koza
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