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Click to go to the campground's website Duins Pineridge Resort Campground (duinspineridge)   in Burks Falls, Ontario
Recommended! "Tons of Family Fun"......   We spent a week vacation camping at this lovely campground and had a super time. The campground is located on a nice, quiet lake - my husband and kids caught quite a few fish even though they had a couple of "dry" days. The owners are really great. The wife gives the kids candies and treats which was a mistake on her part really because after she did it once, the kids kept wanting to see her in the Office!!! She didn't seem to mind though. The husband and son, run the place like a well-oiled machine - helping you out with anything you need. Draw backs are the campsites are not private but the super clean washrooms are only steps away. Cell phone service isn't great either but can't expect much when you are this remote. We figured that we should be enjoying the time with our kids and the great scenery anyway! We have booked our stay with them again for next summer and the kids haven't stopped talking about it!! Can't wait to go back!
"Had a great time!!"
Mariners Paradise (on25903583)   in Waubaushene, Ontario
NOT recommended! owner is loopy makes up rules on the fly goes out of his way to not make you feel welcome.his web site is not very accurate.there is no usable beach.he let us in the park then 3 weeks later told us our trailer was too old,if we wanted to sell it would have to be pulled.all in all I would steer clear of this one
Camp Barcovan Tent and RV Park (on23695813)   in Carrying Place, Ontario
NOT recommended! "Will not be returning not family friendly"......   Website is very deceiving. The overnight spots are not clearly marked and therefor you are packed in any way they can fit you, creating a difficult situation with your neighbours. It caused confusion and fighting between campers that you had to stay beside. You may have just enough space to open your awning but will be inches away from the neighbour beside you creating no privacy at all. Definitely not a family friendly campground like the website says. Not much to do for the kids there. There is no beach, just a pool with a broken hot tub that looks like it hasn't been used for years. Although the owners were nice to my family, I witnessed on more than one occasion the owners being very rude and yelling at young kids, which made me very uncomfortable for leaving my kids alone to play. The kids park was run down and not maintained, i didn't want my kids playing on it as it looked dangerous and was worried they would get hurt. I would not recommend this park to anyone especially families.
Elora Gorge Conservation Area (on97421232)   in Elora, Ontario
NOT recommended! "Camp site with low privacy. Rude camp ranger"......   We arrived on Wednesday at 5PM and immediately were surprised by the less than 5 meters distance between our tent pad and the nearest neighbor (there is not any trees or shrubs in between). After setting up our tent and finish simple meal. We went to play frisbee in the green space, then rest in the pavilion to have some boardgames. We jogged back to tent around 8:30PM and went to bed by 9. We woke up ~7:30AM next morning and while we had breakfast, we were being told we had made excessive noise late last night and early this morning. Due to our neighbor complaint, the camp ranger made the call to kick us out immediately, and we have to pack up in an hour then leave... We were so surprised and went to the office to discuss with the park ranger: 1) We went to the green space away from camping area to minimize the disturbance and went to bed at 9PM. Did that mean we need to be in complete silence even playing sport in playground and green space? 2) We woke up at 7:30AM, and probably the cooking noise woke up our neighbor. It is difficult for us not making any noise during cooking, while another tent was just steps away... 3) The provided silence hours rule is 11PM to 7AM, and we did not break the rule 3) Without any warning or onsite investigation, the camp ranger sent someone to kick us out. We prepaid for 4 days fee and could only sleep there one night... The received response was He is the camp ranger, and he can kick out anyone at his own discretion with the right not providing any warning or refund. There was no room for discussion, and we were being kicked out immediately...
Burnaby Cariboo RV Park (bc17225517)   in Burnaby, British Columbia
NOT recommended! "rude staff horrible owners "......   Our Labour day 2016 weekend was very disappointing at Woodlands. The staff/owners were incredibly rude to deal with. There was a mistake due to a booking change they had made and they flat out refused to credit us back our money. Then just laughed when we stated that we will never camp here again. We have been coming here with a group of 8 (some years more) for the last 6 years. And they treated us like we were just garbage. There are many other campgrounds around Sauble Beach to stay at I would highly recommend one of them. http://www.saubleresortcamp.com/ http://www.carsonscamp.com/ http://www.windingrivercampground.com/ http://www.whitesandscampground.com/ I am sure one of these other places will actually appreciate your business. Read the reviews on here, everyone that "loved " their stay never once had to deal with the staff or owners. To be fair we never did until this year either and look at the outcome.
Burnaby Cariboo RV Park (bc17225517)   in Burnaby, British Columbia
Recommended! "solidwelding.andrew@gmail.com"......   BCRV is a beautiful park with a great location to the GVA. With a decent staff. The one main flaw is that it's used to only dealing with tourists from other countries. They have no interest in treating loyal customers with any decency or respect. No matter how many times you visit or how how long you stay. And don't cross the owner's older immature son that claims to run the place, by the name KIm... He enjoy's making up unrealistic rules and isn't afraid to swear in front of children until he get's his way. The park would be an oasis if the cost was a bit more reasonable for long term guests and treated them as if they were appreciated. And most importantly if the owners immature son Kim would step aside and let someone with a little more respect and couth manage the place.
Loch Lomond Tent and Trailer Park (ns38901553)   in Amherst, Nova Scotia
NOT recommended! I was very disappointed with this campground. In previous years, we have stayed there and the owners were pretty easy to get along with. That did not happen this time...our children were told to get off the playground when they were not doing anything wrong, friends (with young children)who were visiting us (and who had paid $3 each) wanted to actually stay the night and were willing to pay, they were told that the did not reserve ahead of time and could not stay which I find ridiculous. Also, there were only 7 unisex washrooms for the whole campground.....not enough.
Halifax West KOA (ns47055914)   in Upper Sackville, Nova Scotia
Recommended! "Reasonable"......   Stayed at this KOA in August of this year with a 26ft RV. Overall decent enough, the sites are a bit of a squeeze to get in to but manageable. As we eat our meals outside a bit more space would help with the experience.
Pinery Provincial Park (on72751566)   in Grand Bend, Ontario
Recommended! "adnanchaudhry1@gmail.com"......   Great Stay.. washroom and showers clean!!!.. beach adequate (lots of pebbles.. but you get pass it in the water no problems..
Granite Ridge Campground (on1474636)   in Kearney, Ontario
NOT recommended! "Worst camping experience of my life!!!!!!"......   AWFUL!!!!!! My girlfriend and I drove to Granite Ridge because the website showed nice photos and described how it is wilderness camping with quiet time from 11pm-9am. Anything BUT quiet!!!!!! Young kids with a monster boat (website says no gas powered boats or watercraft allowed) got the site right beside us even though there were about a dozen empty sites on the other side of us. Music and yelling until 4am!!!! When I asked them to turn it down as we were trying to sleep, I received an 'ummmm no!! It's going to get louder!! from or of the self-entitled 20 somethings. Called the owner to complain at 230 am. The husband came and told them to keep it down. They turned the music off until he left and then turned it back on again. This music source was maybe 20' from our tent. Ended up sleeping in the car!!! Asked twice for a refund for this one night...by phone and by email....didn't even receive a reply back. Do yourself a favour and avoid this place at all costs!!!! Dirty, noisy, and crappy customer service!!! We will NNNNNNEVER go back there ever again!!!!!! Some other points I forgot to mention: Yellow water in a lot of the outdoor hookups which looked identical to urine!!! No garbage bins anywhere!!! Roads through the campground are full of potholes!! Rules are not enforced on any real level!
"Worst camping experience ever!!!!!!!"
Cobourg East Campground (on25941297)   in Grafton, Ontario
Recommended! "A great place to stay"......   This is an all round great campground. Sites are for the most part shaded and private, pool is very clean and nice, store and services excellent. It is situated on a river, good for getting a dog in the water, good area for walks, big recreation area, see it to believe it.
Camping Plage Gagnon Beach (cpgb9152)   in Cap-Pelé, New Brunswick
Recommended! "Well worth the price"......   Great find in New Brunswick. One of the best beaches ever for kids and for just walking. Clean, bright washrooms. Even has an on-site Spa. My wife got treated to a unique camping experience and had all her nails professionally done. She loved the pampering at the campground. Really helpful, accommodating and friendly owners, management and staff. Very highly recommend a visit to this place.
Camping Plage Gagnon Beach (nb28285988)   in Grand-Barachois, New Brunswick
Recommended! "Great Beach and a new Spa "......   Wanted a different experience with some Girl friends Weekend away not to pricy A friend is a Member at Gagnon Beach and Highly recommend it. We booked a Campsite facials and a pedicu drank Champagne at the Spa we brought our own they let us. We'd then lauded our in the sun at the beach later that night went to the dance next morning Yoga on the Beach with Shirley the most amazing instructor What a relaxing weekend have already booked to come back with my family on the long weekend in Sepyember
"Most relaxing Wekend"
Camping Plage Gagnon Beach (nb28285988)   in Grand-Barachois, New Brunswick
Recommended! "Great for Motor Cycles "......   I love this Campground upon arrival the owners Betty and Mike made me us extreamly Welcome they provided us with a loaner Beach Chairs so We Could enjoy the beautiful beach. Sunset was awesome They have fire pits and tables at every site I got to have a Campfire over looking the most beautiful beach. Bought some lobster from a local fishing lady Betty gave us the name and Loaned us a pot to cook it in. They have a spa what a treat to have a massage after a long Bike ride my girl fried got a facial and Manicure. The campground is in a very quiet area got the best night sleep of all the nights we were on the road staying at Campgrounds We have nick named our favorite Campground " Gagnon Beach Glaming" We are differently Booking for next year and bringing some friends A Must Campground to sat at. We just wish it could have been longer
Camp Klahanie Campground (on33425350)   in Magnetawan, Ontario
NOT recommended! "Yea,, NO."......   Located way off the beaten path, and if that's what you are looking for, perfect. No internet service, no tv, seems to be no rules, no campsite cleaning, dump station exists, good luck... an old camp recently purchased by a group of the seasonal's. Every one is related to, or knows someone. You can do better.
Dinosaur Trailer Park (ab32915799)   in Drumheller, Alberta
Recommended! "Has potential"......   I guess we're are used to more natural settings and more privacy. It had rained the night before. It was like a muddy parking lot. RV's are very close together. Couldn't reach the service connections because of the mud. Many of the sites had standing water/mud. Not my idea of a good time, but I'm used to more space. Recommendations: spend some money on crushed gravel to eliminate the mud, and a fence or hedge to separate the rows of campers for some privacy. This could be a very nice park if some effort was put in to improvements and maintenance.
"I'll try a different park next tri to Drumheller, just for comparison."
Camping Plage Gagnon Beach (cpgb9152)   in Cap-Pelé, New Brunswick
NOT recommended! "Shame shame"......   With there being quite a number of campgrounds in the area I been going to some beforehand to get a map of the park and take a look at the camp sites. I have done this probably 10 campgrounds in the area and they have all been more than willing to let us take a drive through. Having read the reviews on Gagnon Beach this sounded like a good place to go. When we arrived you could see the trailers were very close to each other. We were told they have the odd campsite for overnitghters scattered here and there. When we asked if we could take a drive through to see the camp sites we were told no. What the? We very quickly scratched this campground off our list and will not even consider going there. Very poor attitude.
Camping Juneau (qc90908463)   in St- Augustin, Québec
NOT recommended! "Too much campers "......   They overbooked the campground with a youth group of approx 40 pers and have only two washrooms. These rooms were dirty.
Sprybay Campground (ns25546565)   in Tangier, Nova Scotia
NOT recommended! "Do we really want customers?"......   The following conversation took place at reception (after filling in the reg. form): - Staff: I need a credit card number - Me: I will pay cash or debit - Staff: I will still need a CC number? - Me: Why, I said I am going to pay cash, there is no need for CC besides, I might not have one - Staff: It is the policy - Me: I travelled all across Canada, this is the first campground (TRUE) that wanted a CC number after payment. So why? - Staff: You might do something - Me: To the campsite? Like what, empty the minibar? If you want pls come an check in the morning. - Staff: I will call management. This took approx. 10 minutes then, we gracefully accepted. They gave us the worst site in the campground at the highest rate (all other sites were empty). The boss" didn't dare to show himself. Dear (unknown) owner: Your campground might look tidy, nice and everything looks allright, if you don't understand the basics of hospitality you should change the profession.
Green Acres Campground and RV Park (boxerdog)   in Kincardine, Ontario
NOT recommended! "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
NOT recommended! "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
NOT recommended! 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
Recommended! 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
Recommended! "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
NOT recommended! "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
Recommended! "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
Recommended! "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
NOT recommended! "The worst campground 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
Recommended! 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
Recommended! "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!!
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