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Mountain View Farm Camping  (Calgary, Alberta)
"Go elsewhere!!!"......   Awful place! Full of transient people and drug dealers. Owner Minnie is one of the most unpleasant people I have ever met. You would be better staying in a Walmart parking lot
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Poor - FairLocation:       Fair
Services:        Fair
Site sizes:       Fair
Recreation:    Fair
Washrooms:  Fair
NOT recommended!     mad mom ,Monday, June 10, 2013
Five Islands Ocean Resort and RV Campground  (Lower Five Islands, Nova Scotia)
"terrible place,dont stay"......   terrible place to go not pet friendly,some older man going around trying to touch the children,cheap,money hunbgry managers unreasonable ,the kids did not like the people at the canteen,pool was dirty things were broken,not a wel kept campground,spaces very small,no place to party
Poor - FairLocation:       Fair
Services:        Fair
Site sizes:       Fair
Recreation:    Fair
Washrooms:  Fair
NOT recommended!     darlene rodgers (dartmouth, Nova Scotia) ,Friday, June 7, 2013
Indian Line Campground  (Brampton, Ontario)
"So rude."......   Woman at front desk was rude rude rude. Campground was small, cramped, and dirty. Most importantly, staff was rude, loud, obnoxious, and quite frankly disgusting. Just keep driving, not worth it.
PoorLocation:       Poor
Services:        Fair
Site sizes:       Poor
Recreation:    Fair
Washrooms:  Poor
NOT recommended!     Victoria gregan (Sussex, New Brunswick) ,Saturday, June 1, 2013
Alpine RV Resort  (Lindsay, Ontario)
"Great place!"......   Love this place. Went to many places before but Alpine rises above the rest. Family owned and oriented and it shows. Seasonals and staffs make you feel welcome. Washrooms facilities were super clean. Lots of fun at a dance that they had on the Saturday night. Would definitely come again! 5 stars in my books!
Woodland Park  (Sauble Beach, Ontario)
"SEPTIC ISSUES - VERY DISGUSTING - OWNER IS ARROGANT, RUDE AND ARGUMENTATIVE"......   Park overcrowds so they can make more money and then spends that money on a licence plate reader instead of spending it on fixing and improving their septic system. The park septic backed up onto our concrete pad (which is an ongoing problem at this campground -especially sites 94 & 95). No consideration for our health and safety while they fixed the problem, zero communication about how they were going about fixing the problem and when we questioned their clean-up we received arrogant, belligerent, argumentative, rude behaviour from the staff and owner.
Lancaster Park Outdoor Resort  (Lancaster, Ontario)
"NEVER EVER AGAIN"......   May 18-19-20 / 2013 We had read some good reviews about this place, so we decided to give it a try. Boy were we wrong. Got there the staff was nice, but once we got to out site things went down hill. We were put right in the front, were basically put were the rejects go. SWAP area. The land was so soft that out 32ft trailer ( that was only there 5min.) started to sink. In front of out lot, was huge pills of dead leaves and dirt. MOSQUITOS from hell, they were huge and sooooo many. We were there 5 min. and I walked out with 20+ bites. Went to complain about the site, they “tried” to help by giving us any site we wanted just as long as we stay on the same area. Complained again and they again “tried” to help by giving me site were the seasonal campers stayed, the only site that was free because it was next to the Dumping station. Ummm wonder why it’s the only one that is free ?????? THE SMELL. You get treated like 2nd class citizen in this campground, unless you are a seasonal camper. Sorry but never ever ever again.
"weekend campers be ware"
Stillwater Park  (Nipigon, Ontario)
No tv reception???? What r you camping for????Stay at home if you want to watch tv
Lake Ontario Park Campground  (Kingston, Ontario)
"PARK IS CLOSED"......   This park has been closed for several years now. (Camping Canada editor's note: the park is currently being renovated)
"PARK IS CLOSED"
Bingemans Campground  (Kitchener, Ontario)
"Be sure to check for fire bans NEVER WILL RETURN"......   I booked my reservation months prior to arrival. Called to confirm the week before, mentioned cooking over a fire pit. When we got there, there was a fire ban that had been in p,ace for over a week, no one mentioned when we called. Ready to cook all our meals over the pit we than had the option of dining out every meal, or purchasing a BBQ and tank. Upon check in they measured our son, who was 7 at the time saying he was of height for all rides but the huge ones. Than when we entered the park they said he wasn't even big enough for the medium thrills. We were not impressed and will never return.
Bingemans Campground  (Kitchener, Ontario)
We have made an annual trip to camp at Bingemans for the past 4 years with our tent trailer. Our kids have grown up looking forward to this trip every summer. They enjoy the Bingemans waterpark and we enjoy just relaxing and not really having to go anywhere if we don’t want to. There are enough things to keep all of us entertained. The campground is nice. We’ve never had any problems there.
Neys Provincial Park  (Terrace Bay, Ontario)
"Best beach around!"......   Have been coming to Neys for over 20 years. Love the long sand beach, the crashing waves and the glorious sunsets. The park has 3 hiking trails and a playground for the little ones. Easy to access as it is located on the Transcanada highway; hours from the nearest city of Thunder Bay, but close to towns of Marathon and Terrace Bay. Huge sites, most with a balance of sun and shade. Downside - park is only minimally staffed except for peak season of July and August. There is no store in the park, but one is located just outside park boundaries.
"Definitely worth the trip to this extraordinarily beautiful park."
Weirs Beach RV Resort  (Victoria, British Columbia)
Weir's Beach is one of my favourite campsites on the southern island. We go there every May 24th weekend to start off our camping season. I love it mostly because of its beautiful beach.
Very goodLocation:       Fair rating
Services:        Fair rating
Site sizes:       Fair rating
Recreation:    Fair rating
Washrooms:  Fair rating
Recommended!     Janet Brunelle (Victoria, British Columbia) ,Thursday, March 28, 2013
Grenville Park Camping and RV Park  (Prescott, Ontario)
"Great Campsite."......   My family has been camping here for the 3 years. We have taken at least 2 weeks of holidays to spend here as well as numerous weekends a year. Never had any huge problems, Marianne and Larry have never given us any problems. The no mat rule is a bit annoying, especially when you have those special mats that don't kill the grass, especially when tents can be set up in the site beside you. But that is little thing, if the mat thing bothers you that much, then don't camp at all except in your back yard where you make the rules. We hope to become seasonal campers there this year because we enjoy the campground. The campground is well kept and clean. Lots of activities if you want to attend.
Bingemans Campground  (Kitchener, Ontario)
"No shortage of things to do."......   We had an enjoyable stay at Bingemans campground in our travel trailer last year. They have a lot of things to do especially for kids. An indoor playground with a climbing structure, games, mini-putt, ropes course, climbing wall etc. They also have a waterpark with waterslides. Our campsite was big enough for us and the bathrooms were clean. I’d stay here again.
Seal Island/North Sydney KOA  (New Harris, Nova Scotia)
"Love this campground"......   We make this our May 24 weekend every year. Great views and all sites have 3 way hook ups. Nice dog parks and a rec hall with pool table, pinball and air hockey. The buildings are not brand new but everything is kept in good shape. Owners are super nice and helpful!
Hyclass Ocean Campground  (Havre Boucher, Nova Scotia)
"Nice Camp Ground"......   Nice camp ground. Two sections with a open field over looking the ocean which seems to be more social and a section in the woods which is more private. Good swimming and they have boats and other activities for a fun filled day.
Joyful Journeys RV Campark Resort  (Englishtown, Nova Scotia)
"Nicest View at a Camp Ground"......   We make it a point to go here once a year and take the sites right on the beach. They are only two way hook up but the view is the best you will find. Mostly seasonal campers who are very friendly. Quite hour at 11pm which you can still keep the fire going just the noise level down. Saturday night the locals sell 50/50 tickets and draw it that night while they put on free hotdogs and fresh cut fries for everyone.
Arm of Gold Campground and Trailer Park  (Bras D'or, Nova Scotia)
"Not Bad"......   Stayed a couple nights here in 2012. Did not find it a bad campground. Was quite and had a pool, clean with the only complaint the sites closer to the water were a little tight and infrastructure a little dated but maintained.
Winding River Campground  (Sauble Beach, Ontario)
didnt like the service no privacy fishing sucked and they made me turn my little stereo off at like 10pm
Cardinal KOA  (Cardinal, Ontario)
"Response to BRIAN...."......   Brian, please let me start by saying that at 41 years old each, my wife and I are not up all night hooting and hollering. Our three children go to bed between 9-10, and then the two of us enjoy staying up and sitting by the fire. We have the ocassional glass of whine, or beer, but no more. We enjoy our quiet time when the kids are in bed. We talk, tell stories, and on the occasion, and I know this is hard to beleive for the owners of Cardinal KOA, laugh. Sometimes out loud. This is where my concrns is. I guess Daniel, just doesn't like people enjoying themselves. Again, my wife and I are not loud. We do laugh and have fun, but nothing to deserve threats of having our fire put out, and constant harrassment by the owner. Perhaps he was just having a bad day? With that said, why take it out on his paying customers. Anyway, as I've said it before, great campground for the kids, and between the hours of 8am to 9pm. It's all down hill once the sun sets, and the moon turns the owner into the Mr. Hyde just looking for confrontation. Sad too, because it has even more potential. To all, try the campground. It's clean, lots of activities, and the ice cream is great. If only Daniel had better interpersonal skills, and wasn't so angry at night??? FYI...The other staff are great. It's toobad one person, in this case, the owner, can really ruin a fun camping experience. WARNING: It's not only one person putting negative reviews on here.
Oak Bay Campground  (Oak Bay, New Brunswick)
"fantastic"......   We stayed at oak point in 2012 i did not find any of the 2011 review to be correct.The campgound is beautiful the staff are great it is very clean 100% of the time. The beach on the right is all sand and the view is beautiful.The other campers are friendly and very helpful. the only thing i think they should consider is a longer season,oak point is too short if not the shortest.thanksgiving is the norm now.Our summers are longer than they used to be and its time to join the other campgrounds in N.B
"very enjoyable for adults and children"
Rockwood Park  (St John, New Brunswick)
"Excellent"......   Again we went camping at Rockwood Park In Saint John NB for the 2012 camping season! This the campground we will continue on going to. The staff knows us by name and the hospitality is excellent! They help you in any way possible the only down fall is that they are not opened May long weekend :(That will not stop us from the 2013 camping season! I highly recommend this campground even for one night.. They have Free WiFi as well! Can't wait to see the staff at Rockwood Park again this year I am home sick Can't wait to go back!
"Try this Campground you WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED"
Grenville Park Camping and RV Park  (Prescott, Ontario)
This is a great campground, not too far from Ottawa/Gatineau. It is well taken care of. Marianne and Larry are very nice hosts, they go out of their way to help if help is needed. Lots of activities for kids/families. The campground is in top shape. You can't do anything about the bugs, they are simply there, it's camping! We've enjoying this campground for over 15 years and we intend to go back this summer. We meet lots of friends that keep coming back each year.
Very goodLocation:       Fair rating
Services:        Fair rating
Site sizes:       Fair rating
Recreation:    Fair rating
Washrooms:  Fair rating
Recommended!     Carmen and Paul (Gatineau, Québec) ,Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Wide Open Wilderness Campground  (Shubenacadie, Nova Scotia)
For all the people going on and on about our "Canada Day Disaster", Do you honestly think we were trying to hurt our crowds? because I really know we weren't. When my boss lit one, his buddy lit another one and when my boss ran, He tripped on one of the boxes. that's why the so called "Canada Day Disaster" happened. But if you would have came back and gave us a "Second Chance" You would have seen that Labour Day was a complete success!
ExcellentLocation:       Fair rating
Services:        Fair rating
Site sizes:       Fair rating
Recreation:    Fair rating
Washrooms:  Fair rating
Recommended!     Anonymous (Halifax, Nova Scotia) ,Wednesday, January 30, 2013
Wide Open Wilderness Campground  (Shubenacadie, Nova Scotia)
just want to reply to" stay away". I don't know what u were on,because the speed bumps r standard size and because there r alot of "children" in the park it has to be SAFE, so they r put there for speeding vehicles, to not harm our children.As for getting out at night, had an emergency as simular as this one, and got out as soon as we went to the office and said "hospital". The owners couldnt do enough for us. this park is absoulutaly awesome for anybody. I think everyone should make there own opinion,If u have a complaint, i think u should go to the owner and voice ur complaint before u voice ur negetivity on a public socail network because this campground is great, is all about family and would "never not" let medical help enter or exit. As for lawn mowing and decck building are for the people that would like a nice place and that does not has too do with the owners, thats what the campers like.That"s all the owners want to do is make people and families to have fun.
Rondeau Shores Trailer Park  (Morpeth, Ontario)
"Fun times"......   Wow, i dont' know where the bad reviewer was staying but clearly not the same rondeau shores as us! The washrooms were the cleanest set that i have seen in a campground in all our travels and we were there on the long wkend. We are repeat customers to this campground over the last two seasons and we feel like family when we go there. The staff is so friendly and go over and beyond what they have to. We received free gifts, free luncheons and my kids were so busy we barely saw them raw raw raw lol. If you are looking for a small safe campground with excellent fishing and the cleanest pool hit up this place www.rondeaushorespark.com
Arrowhead Provincial Park  (Huntsville, Ontario)
"Excellent, private sites"......   This is one of our favourite parks, although we wish there was a playground for children. The campsites are large and private and we’ve even had deer walking through the bush just at the edge of our campsite. The bathrooms are decent, although some of the vault toilets are not always well kept, despite our report to the staff. The trails are wonderful and lead to some gorgeous views, such as Stubb’s Falls. This trail, along with the Hardwood Hills trail, is easily managed by young children. We really enjoyed a guided tour of the Hardwood Hills trail in 2012 and will be looking for more guided tours at other parks in the future. Arrowhead Lake is warm and calm. The beaches are nothing spectacular, but are sufficient to keep children happy for the afternoon.
Awenda Provincial Park  (Tiny, Ontario)
"Gorgeous Georgian Bay"......   We’ve only been to Awenda once, and enjoyed our stay. The campground we were in had large sites that were very well spaced apart. The trees were tall and didn’t provide much screening, so we were grateful to have such distance from our neighbours. We didn’t get a chance to do much hiking, but the trail we did go on was lovely. The beaches are quite a hike from the campgrounds. We parked in the beach parking area and then walked down to beach #4. Beach #1 and #2 were quite rocky, and the waves were rough the day we visited. We walked to beach #3, which looked nice but was busy, so we continued walking to beach #4. This beach also looked very nice, but again the water was rough, so we returned to beach #3. It is sheltered somewhat and the water was warm and the wave action just right for children. It took us about 20-25 minutes to walk to the farthest beach (beach #4) with a 4 yr old, so be prepared.
MacGregor Point Provincial Park  (Port Elgin, Ontario)
"Beautiful trails and sunsets"......   This park was recommended to us by a neighbour and we really enjoy it. The trails are beautiful and varied. The views and sunsets are gorgeous. They have a spectacular playground that will keep children happy for hours. Most of the sites are private and treed, with a hard packed gravel base. The comfort stations we visited were in good condition and kept clean. The beach at MacGregor Point is terrible. It is small and there is a stretch of gooey muck running along the length of the beach that you have to walk through to get out into deeper water. The bottom of the lake is very rocky near the shore and small children will have to walk very carefully. Once you are out from the beach a bit there are less rocks and the still shallow water is fun for children to play in. We have heard that the day visitor beach at MacGregor Point is much nicer, as is a beach just 5 minutes away. We plan to visit those beaches next time we are at MacGregor.
Port Burwell Provincial Park  (Port Burwell, Ontario)
"Great sites, great beach"......   This is one of our favourite parks. The sites are generally private and well treed. The comfort stations are newer and kept clean. The staff are friendly and helpful. The beach is absolutely beautiful and Lake Erie is warm. Unfortunately, a number of times we have been to Port Burwell the beach has been closed for high bacteria levels. There are only two main walking trails there – one is a 1km loop through forest, and the other leads down to the beach area. There is an excellent playground near the head of the trails that will keep kids happy for hours.
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