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Green Acres Campground and RV Park (boxerdog)   in Kincardine, Ontario
"biker_gordy@yahoo.com"......   A total rip off ,they charged8.50 for a small bag of wood slabs which burne in 10 mins and after burning 14 bags for the week adds another 150 to the 292 for the week.Told to turn music down at 1pm in afternoon,rude owners constantly monitoring everything you do.Told to shut music off at 11pm sharp and no talking by fire after that.They run this place like a military camp will never return.On top of that they charge for showers!!!!!!
Pleasure Park Campground and RV Resort (on54903081)   in Mallorytown, Ontario
"Don't Get Ripped Off"......   You have to pay extra (and often twice) for everything at this "Resort". This was the 3rd time we stayed there this year. Prior to leaving home, I put 10 gallons of water to slosh around in the black tank while travelling and when I arrived, because there are no full service sites, I emptied the black tank at the dump stations at the entrance before checking in. I was then advised that there was an $18 charge for dumping even though I was staying at the park ! This is not written anywhere and when I requested to speak to an owner/manager I was advised that it was the Owner who told the check-in to make sure I was charged the dumping fee. Unfortunately, I had already pre-paid my site with a credit card deposit and they would not allow me in without paying their fabricated dumping fee. I could understand if I was not staying at the campground, but when I was staying there for 3 nights ? I had intended to stay a 4th night the Sunday night, however I paid the dumping fee instead. On the previous stay, I was advised that my wife had only paid half the fees and I would have to pay them before being allowed into the park. As my wife was not with me on this trip I was unable to verify with her and when I was able to show them the visa slip, they had to "investigate" before they could refund the double payment. The next day they begrudgingly refunded the double payment. On this trip, my wife came down in her car with her parents and when entering the park she tried to tell them that I had already paid "additional visitors" fees when entering and the gate said no they had not. When I went back up to the front gate with the receipts, again they had to "investigate" for a day before begrudgingly providing a refund. I fully understand that mistakes can be made but the fact that every time we go we get overcharged which requires an "investigation" before a refund can be made seems to be more than a mere coincidence with the hope that people will be on holiday and will not check whether they have been double charged and over-charged. Don't forget to budget $3 per person per day for dingy pay showers and for the $16 pump out fees if you are unfortunate enough to stay long enough to fill you tanks. Make sure you calculate all the additional visitor fees if you are more than a family of 3 when staying here. If you want a campfire, you are required to buy wood on site from the owners so that will add another $25 to $30 per night if you want a campfire. Do not stay here if rain is forecast as most of the non-seasonal sites become a swamp. We camp on average 40 nights per year for last 20 years and are familiar with fees that are charged at KOA and other private campgrounds and do not have a problem as long as they are posted and up front. I have never seen the level of nickel and diming as at this campground. Perhaps if the owners of this "Resort" read some of the reviews and cleaned up their act and provided reasonable service rather than focusing on squeezing every last nickel and dime out of the few people that still go there, they would have to whine and complain on their website about having to pay income tax like other businesses. There are many other much better campgrounds in the vicinity.
Click to go to the campground's website Happy Hearts Park (happyhearts)   in Tobermory, Ontario
The camping staff/owners were very rude. We were a group of 12 ppl, 5 adults e 6 kids. From the check in time to the time to leave, we felt not welcome there. Under the impression because we not pure white Canadian...All places were sold out, unfurtunataly we had to stay. Very price, playground still under construction, pool was dirty, showers has no privacy! Will never come back.
Highland Pines Campground and RV Sales (on25377521)   in Belwood, Ontario
Let me preface this review by saying we normally prefer staying at Provincial Parks because we like the wilderness experience. They provide a consistent experience regarding facilities. We are here at Highland Pines north of Fergus for a family gathering with lots of young children. It seems that some reviewers have had issues with this park. We have experienced none of these problems. The only dealings we have had with staff is at the main office and they have been friendly and helpful. We find the park to be well maintained, the facilities are very clean. There are many activities for children. For example, there was a dance Saturday night with a DJ and the kids were having a great time. Our nieces and nephews had a wonderful time. As adults found that the lack of loud music to be refreshing. (and we like our music) We've been here for three nights.
"Wonderful family campground, clean, friendly, lots of activities for young people."
Woodland Park (on11616878)   in Sauble Beach, Ontario
"Nice Park"......   We ha a back-in site which was about 50' x 60' for our 38' RV. The site was in with seasonal sites and it was very private and very quiet. The park is well maintained, we didn't experience any septic problems but while walking the dogs could smell some areas which seemed to have septic issues and we did see septic trucks in the park. The front counter staff weren't that friendly but did answer our questions and provided asistance when asked. The positive about this park is that it is only a five minute walk to town of Sauble Beach, grocery store and LCBO which made it easy as we don't pull a vehicle behind our RV. Very nice well kept park and we may visit again.
"Pleasant Stay"
Sauble Beach Resort Kamp (on11017781)   in Sauble Beach, Ontario
"Terrible Park"......   We were at Woodland RV Park but couldn't get a site for the long weekend (even though we had stayed 14 nights. We had reservations at Fisherman's Cove in Kincardine (don't go unless you like kids and lots of noise)but needed a place to stay for 3 nights. We booked a pull-thru as our RV is 38' but knew we had made a mistake when we arrived at our site as the RV barely fit in the site. We only had a few feet between us and the sites beside us so we could hear everything they said. My wife was so disgusted she didn't leave our RV for almost the entire stay. It is obvious the owners are only interested in making money as the squeezed as many people in a possible. My only question is why would you buy a seasonal site in a dump like this? Also the name Sauble Beach "RESORT" is very, very misleading and so far from a resort it isn't even funny!! Stay away from this park unless you like feeling like a sardine. WON'T BE BACK TO THIS HOLE!!!!
"Terrible, terrible RV Park"
Fishermans Cove Tent and Trailer Park (on27574223)   in Kincardine, Ontario
"Over Priced"......   I booked a pull-thru site which was a bit high but compared to KOA was reasonable. The site was at the end of the pull-thru area and no trees or shrubs to provide privacy from the 8 sites which were across from us. all back-in sites had tress or shrubs between sites but the most expensive pull-thru sites had nothing to provide privacy. The camp is obviously for families as it was very noisy with kids running, riding bikes through our site, while screaming loudly all day and night (even in a loud thunderstorm and pounding rain). The first night of our stay a number of sites had a party that lasted until 3am even though there is an 11pm curfew and a park patrol that is suppose to enforce the rules. I complained the next morning and no more parties after 11pm but still noisy during the day. You have to pay extra for everything and prices are higher than reasonable. Nice park, people aren't that friendly and we definitely won't be returning. Tips for owners: Maybe a seniors area away from all the screaming kids. Small trees between pull-thru sites and especially for site 21 along the road, so you don't feel like all the 8 back-in sites aren't watching your every move.
"Too Noisy No Privacy"
Red Oak Travel Park (on35048111)   in Eden, Ontario
"Love it here!"......   My family and I absolutely love it here. We can't say enough about it. It has a wonderful family atmosphere and plenty of activities. My kids keep begging to go back. The owner, Dale, is so helpful and accommodating. I would have no problem recommending this place to all of my family and friends. We'll definitely be back.
Camping Panoramique (qc36551279)   in Portneuf, Québec
"The worst campgrpund across Canada"......   The campground adverts itself as "Panoramique", eg having a view over the St. Laurence River - nope; only few privileged sites have a view; the restaurant was awful, the worst food we ever had. The pool closes at eight - and this for 60 CAD!! NB: We traveled from Vancouver to Halifax, this was the worst campground we ever stayed at!
"A real ripp-off, don't go there"
Red Oak Travel Park (on35048111)   in Eden, Ontario
We have camped at Red Oaks for 20 yrs and still there, Lots of stuff to do. Kids crafts every Saturday, bingo, basket ball, mini golf, and a pool, best Camp Ground to bring your family to. Very clean and Showers on site. dale the owner is Awesome always willing to help.
Red Oak Travel Park (on35048111)   in Eden, Ontario
"Not what it once was"......   We stayed at this park last weekend. Lots of activities....for kids. Park is not what it once was. Not looked after. Walls falling and no lighting. I didn't notice any kind of security within the park except for the front gate. I also understand that this new owner is upset with bad reviews and asking his c seasonal campers to put good reviews out. That about says it all when you have to ask for good reviews. Perhaps he will discount those who do.
Red Oak Travel Park (on35048111)   in Eden, Ontario
"Not maintained "......   We pulled into a site for weekend in June while on a road trip. Hydro flickering on and off. Pool not open. No lights on during the night at bathroom so watch your step. Support walls falling with metal exposed. Very dusty because roads not maintained. Kids running wild day and night throughout the park and through sites. No Staff which was confirmed by a seasonal camper. No wonder this park is in such a state. We stayed here about 6 years ago and it was such lovely park but now it is becoming quite rundown.
Red Oak Travel Park (on35048111)   in Eden, Ontario
"Red Oak Travel Park"......   Awesome and clean park!! My hubby and I have camped there for 40 years now and still there. Good size lots and clean bathrooms! Have a nice rec hall where activities go on for children and adults as well. There is horseshoes, basket ball courts, trampoline, play ground, and a big pool. The owner Dale is very friendly and always there to help you. The Park is close to store malls and grocery stores. We have Christmas in July and Halloween later in the season which is a big hit. I would recommend this Park!!
Red Oak Travel Park (on35048111)   in Eden, Ontario
very nice park. lots of activities going on.....huge pool. mini golf, horse shoes, field for soccer, baseball, etc...rec hall for movies, meetings, activities, meals......laundry, store, basketball court, shuffleboard as well, karaoke nights, band nights , street dances.... lots of kids activities.........I am a seasonal camper here and love it !
Red Oak Travel Park (on35048111)   in Eden, Ontario
"Awesome Little Park"......   Red Oaks is a small family campground in Eden. It was a family favorite of mine when I was growing up!! Soooo many memories were made there!. Recently I took my husband there to go camping and we had a great time!! Dale, the new owner of the park, about 5-6 years ago is a very friendly, approachable and very helpful man if you need anything. The members of the park are very friendly. The park is close to London, Aylmer, St. Thomas etc and close to the lake (Port Bruce) if you are looking for some fishing. The good size lots are wonderful for any size trailer and family. There is lots to do at this park. I remember many train rides around the park as a youngster. Theres's a pool, mini put, horseshoes, trampoline, basketball to name a few activities. The camp also puts on crafts, games, Bingo, karaoke, street dances and many other activities for the young and old. This is a wonderful small family park!! It offers many things to do to create wonderful, long lasting memories for the young and old (and those in between)!! HIGHLY recommend this park on your next camping adventure!!!! <3 <3
Alpine RV Resort (on64476513)   in Lindsay, Ontario
"al.quintilian@hotmail.ca"......   Have stayed in this park for a long time. This park is one of the cleanest and most accommodating parks in Ontario, with a staff that goes out of it's way to make you feel welcomed.Great activities for both children and adults. If you are looking for a weekend getaway, or an extended vacation, this is the place to go.
Summer House Park (on77121366)   in Miller Lake, Ontario
"Terrible owners"......   This is a lovely campgroung, but the owners are absolutley abominale. Very unfriendly, and their prices are through the roof. The owner rides in his golf cart trying to find fault with every camper, plus the wife is always miserable, keep away
Pleasure Park Campground and RV Resort (on54903081)   in Mallorytown, Ontario
"Really Nice Place, but extremely expensive"......   This campsite is a very nice place. The Beach is nice, the lake is weedy but OK when you get farther out. The facilities are really clean. They do, however, charge you for each and every thing you do. Bring lots of money because these people are GREEDY. Most campgrounds over-charge for firewood, but this place is ridiculous. Not only will they gauge you.... the bunch of firewood we got from them had two pieces that were slightly charred. Clearly, they picked them out of a firepit from a previous camper and then re-sold it! don't bother complaining or asking for anything because once you've paid your money they don't care. The customer service is very poor. Having said all that, I will admit that the place is well maintained.
"Nice Place, Well Maintained, but VERY EXPENSIVE... Overcharged for everything"
Kenorus Campground and RV Resort Inc (ON51832756)   in Port Elgin, Ontario
"jean"......   We were a group of 20 campers, 10 sites, that spent 5 nights in Port Elgin at Kenorus Campground. We were all impressed with the cleanliness of the grounds, the pool was pristine and the washrooms were beautiful. The weather turned cool while we were there and the bathrooms were then equipped with heaters. The new owners are awesome, accommodating in every way possible. Our group was having what we call, a community meal,one evening and the owners opened their recreation room for us to use. A GREAT FIVE DAYS AT KENORUS
Sand Hill Park (on38914993)   in Port Burwell, Ontario
We stayed here last summer one weekend.Had a great time and our kids showed up had a blast.They are begging us to go back they are 25 and 22.They also enjoyed the time spent.Owners and staff were great everyone we encountered were friendly and it was a long weekend. We plan on staying here again this summer.2016
Les Jardins de la Republique (nb25252931)   in St-Jacques, New Brunswick
"Excellent terrain de camping! Trés propre avec grand terrains!"......  
Scotia Pine Campground (ns36667443)   in Brookfield, Nova Scotia
The customer service is terrible. If you have a trailer site, you still need to pay $30.00 to set up a tent on the same lot. So if you have a small trailer and have children then you are paying double the price. I think that the new owners need to evaluate the way things are run. I will not be back to this campground.
Cedar Shade Campground (on44472177)   in Alfred, Ontario
I had many safety concerns when staying here. We have 5 kids ranging from 7 to 14. The quarry filled with water has a platform kids jump off of. Bottom platform is directly below top platform. If bigger kids jump off without being careful of younger kids below, a child could die or be seriously injured, as the platform is pretty high. I concerned enough to pull kids out. Water is so dark, a child could drown and no one would notice, as you can't see the bottom. The swinging Tarzan rope is also a concern, if kids miss letting go, there are rocks everywhere along the cliff-like edge. Very crowded campground, hardly any space between sites. Loud and bad language is everywhere. Kids are often left unsupervised and as the campground is busy and full, the layout does not allow parents to keep an eye on the kids easily. Basically, it is an ok campground, but there is surely a lawsuit looming, the day someone gets seriously injured. I find it hard to believe an insurance company would insure a place such as this...Our kids enjoyed it, but safety wise, it is quite scary!
Auburn Riverside Retreat (on72382404)   in Auburn, Ontario
"We return every year."......   Read a poor review of this place and had to counter it. We return every year. The owner wants to keep his place enjoyable for all so does watch out for things like public alcohol and general good behaviour - it's actually appreciated by most campers. There's a fun pool that the kids live in, a river to tube down (with tube rentals), elk to visit, a playground for the kids, shuffleboard, wagon rides, outdoor movies, chicken dinner nights, makek your own sundae nights, horseshoes, daily events in the summer, and great group camping areas. I could float down the river all day. Our cycling kids like to bike all day. The Maitland trail is nearby for an awesome hike. Our fishing friends like to hit the river early in the morning. We play games like capture the flag in the space between sites.
"We come back every year!"
Paradise Valley Campground (on11476865)   in Forest, Ontario
"Paradise Valley gets AAA from me"......   If your looking for a great place to vacation go here. The managers go out of there way to help you. There staff are amazing and the seasonals around the park are very welcoming to everyone. They have 2 new pools and one new playground along with 2 other big playgrounds. This is a great place to take the kids but if your looking for a old folks home (where you go to bed at 9pm this is not the place for you.) The managers make sure the noise is down by 11pm. Thanks For the great vacation can't wait t to come back next year.
Brannen Lake Campsites (bc04044344)   in Nanaimo, British Columbia
Well, i can say that are not for those who are not that much physically- or materially-prepared for camping. Although the Brennen campground did not provide what some highly expected from it, our experience from it was indeed worth remembering. Yes, i can say that some campgrounds cannot exceed or reach our expectations especially when it comes to seasons and security, but proper readiness can turn these "unexpectations" to a camping event worth experiencing.
"Worth experiencing"
Brannen Lake Campsites (bc04044344)   in Nanaimo, British Columbia
"Do not bother coming in off season"......   Bathrooms all locked up. Paid for serviced site,but no power and no water. In fairness I stayed here once in the summer and it was fine. However it is chilly night, my RV batteries are low, the caretaker is nowhere to be found and my phone calls have not been returned by management.
Hope Valley Campground (bc98578992)   in Hope, British Columbia
"Hope Valley Campground Rocks"......   While every campground was full for a monthly site, they made room for me when no one else would. The owners are very kind and try very hard to make sure everyone is happy. Rates are very good and you have access to an outdoor pool in the summer. Washrooms are always clean and they have a laundry room that is quite cheap. I would highly recommend this camp ground and they are open year round for those who want to camp in the winter.
Camping Annie (qc38256550)   in Metis-sur-Mer, Québec
"Beautiful place, good for short or long stay"......   We stopped in here at the end of the day on a Gaspe road trip. Very pleasant welcome and were given a beautiful site in the woods, very private and away from the road. We took a stroll around the campground before dinner and decided this would definitely be a place to visit again. Had a nice quiet sleep in our tent and woke up to a very cold morning. Only drawback was the shower temperature. It costs a quarter but you don't have control of the temp. It was lukewarm so a little cool for such a cold morning. Otherwise, we will be back!!!
"We'll be back!"
Camping Cote Surprise (qc54437372)   in Percé, Québec
"Wow! What a view to wake up to!"......   Stayed overnight here on a road trip. We were tent camping, bare bones style and came across this campground as we neared Perce. We were given an open field site right on the edge of the cliff looking directly at Rocher Percer. What a view!!! Site was sufficient with water there and big enough for our little tent and our truck. No privacy, but tent placement provided enough. Washrooms were immaculate, nice hot water showers included which was welcome as it was 3 degrees in the morning! Owner was very nice. Cash only for fees and need to go into town for firewood.
"Great view of Rocher Perce and close to town"
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