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KOA Marmora in Marmora, Ontario
Account photo "Heritage Trails Campground"......   FYI: No longer a KOA (which didn't matter to us). Far TOO expensive for amenities provided. Most outrageous online booking system. Pick your site, RESERVE the site, pay deposit (first nite’s stay). BUT there is an additional $25 to guarantee your site # will be reserved (queue Seinfeld episode). If you don’t pay the ADDITIONAL $25 Reservation fee, they will give your site to anyone who has reserved another site for the same day, but arrives before you, and chooses to set up there. This is what happened to our friends who had a “reservation” to be beside us on one of the only 3 full-serviced sites. They ended up a few lots away with only water and hydro AND NO REFUND for the lesser serviced site (still paid premium price). PLUS, because they have 4 kids, they were told that they had to pay $10/day/child for 2 kids b/c they had more than 2 kids. This was post Labour Day and the only activity offered was a 10 minute wooden trailer ride (pulled by a tractor) on Fri. and Sat. nite. The "heated" pool (NOTE - read other reviews) was closed (understandably). So what were the extra fees/child for? ** Also note other reviews for this park regarding expensive fees, $25 "reservation" fee and $25 early check in penalty (if you show up as few as 30 mins. earlier, prior to check in time as posted in your confirmation "Reservation" e-mail). Took a good look as we left b/c we’re never going back.
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PoorLocation:       Poor
Services:        Fair
Site sizes:       Poor
Recreation:    Fair
Washrooms:  Poor
NOT recommended!     Marybeth Jolicoeur (Lakehurst, Ontario) on Sunday, September 19, 2021
Blue Heron Camping Heron Bleu in Charlo, New Brunswick
Account photo "refund"......   Camping Heron Blue Charlo Denise LaVigne hello everyone .if your going to stay here better read this, i here its nice i guess ill never find out, this is our story. on June the 8th we reserved 4 night for the 16th to 20th, and if i wanted to cancel i would have to have done it by the 9th, not much time and they took half the amount from my visa $92.00 . so on Saturday afternoon my husband had taken a kidney stone attack and was amidated to the hospital, the next day i called the camping to tell them that we will be unable to make it to the camping because the stone had been given him a lot of pain and would be on medication for 1 week and will be unable to drive our motorhome, i asked for a refund and i refused on the spot without question. the next day we send them a email with pictures that he was in the hospital and the prescription that the doctor had given him and now its been 3 days and nothing from the camp ground, dont even have the courtesy the email us or even call, so if your going to go here be aware of this place they like your money but dont care if you show or not. pass this on to everyone so maybe some other people would not get caught in this trap.
"dont get caught making reservation here . you wont get your money back "
PoorLocation:       Poor
Services:        Fair
Site sizes:       Poor
Recreation:    Fair
Washrooms:  Poor
NOT recommended!     Rheal (Beresford, New Brunswick) on Wednesday, June 16, 2021
David Thompson Resort in Clearwater County, Alberta
Account photo "Go elsewhere "......   We camped in site C9 which was terrible thanks to an extremely large and noisy industrial generator that powers the entire resort. It ran 24/7. We couldn’t hear each other talking from across the campfire. They should have built some sort of noise barrier shielding the generator from the campsites in that area. When we arrived Friday the garbage was already overflowing from the limited garbage bins and by Monday morning there were bags of garbage laying on the ground. Definitely irresponsible and poor planning by the resort owners, especially considering we had a beautiful bear visit us in our campsite Sunday at dinner time. The sites are long but many are very narrow. Our friends beside us in C8 had to put their picnic table behind their trailer because the site was too narrow to have it beside their trailer and the fire pit was also at the far rear of the trailer because the site is too narrow. Water pressure was very low and barely trickled out at times. No cell service so make sure you have trail maps etc downloaded before arrival. Two different staff there had no idea what was in the area other than the other commercial ventures -Helicopter and horseback. I would expect staff to have some general idea of the area. One staff couldn’t even provide directions for the campsite trail to the lake.
"Owners need to invest their time and money to turn this campground around. "
Blue Lake Resort in Boston Bar, British Columbia
Account photo "july 2019"......   spent 4 days here , were pleasantly surprised, nice site , everything worked , owners were nice , very nice lake , and quite at nite , guess things have changed for the better since the last review for this place.
"We will be coming back."
GoodLocation:       Fair rating
Services:        Fair rating
Site sizes:       Fair rating
Recreation:    Fair rating
Washrooms:  Fair rating
Recommended!     dave baum (abbotsford, British Columbia) on Friday, August 21, 2020
Great Woods Park in Beausejour, Manitoba
Account photo "Great Campground "......   Stayed here August long weekend 2018.campground was full to capacity. Friday night there were a lot of parties happening but calmed down the rest of the weekend. Owners were helpful and friendly. We definitely will return.
Pointe des Chenes in Sault Ste Marie, Ontario
Account photo "Beautiful location - poorly maintained - pricey"......   You couldn't ask for a nicer location. But maintenance doesn't seem to be a priority. Washroom shower facilities are very dated. With broken tiles dirty floors burnt out lights and leaky plumbing.
"They charge top prices for mediocre services."
Vedder River Camp Ground in Chilliwack, British Columbia
Account photo "Less than mediocre at best"......   I have a whole other review elsewhere (Tripadvisor, Facebook) about my personal experience with the management and staff at this site. However, in reading the guidelines, I would like to comment that this campsite is below our expectations in terms of facilities and campsite layout. There is no separation between sites. You are face to face with your neighbours so there is no privacy. The sites are small unless you have one of the RV spots or group camping sites. The washrooms are more often dirty than clean and the showers have little to no water pressure. There is a central playground which is nice for all the kids to go to and parents don't have to worry about them going too far. The river is beautiful and perfect for a hot sunny day. I would absolutely not recommend this place if you would like to be left alone by staff. "Quiet time" is 10PM but was being enforced as early as 6PM with the threat of eviction if not complied with. Save your time and money and go elsewhere.
PoorLocation:       Poor
Services:        Fair
Site sizes:       Poor
Recreation:    Fair
Washrooms:  Poor
NOT recommended!     Rhea K (Vancouver, British Columbia) on Wednesday, August 7, 2019
Camping Lac des Pins in St-Antoine Abbé, Québec
Account photo "Sand pile "......   We were put on site 54 on 14th Avenue. The site is all sand, no grass or gravel. We spend a vast majority of our time just trying to keep our mat outside of our trailer clean, I have put a tarp down which helps somewhat. It has rained today and now the sand sticks to everything it touches. We have 2 dogs which are also impossible to keep clean in this sand. It is pretty much a necessity to rent the golf cart for 230.00 a week as the pools and all attractions are located at the front of the resort which is a half hour walk.
Bingemans Campground in Kitchener, Ontario
Account photo "Longtime Seasonal Camper Kicked to the Curb for Having a Voice"......   We have been seasonal campers here for 8 years, we even returned this year after a devastating flood which wiped the season out and everything we owned on our site (not counting the trailer) -- a loss of over $10,000. This year we came back because we wanted to be part of the rebuild of the campground with close friends we have made over the years. Though last year was a struggle to think positively after that terrible flood, this year has been even harder to bear -- all past seasonal campers, including us, have noticed a different feel -- which was expected since this was to be a rebuilding year for everyone that lost and returned -- you can even say it’s been emotional. But to tell you frankly, the camping management does not care about its campers (seasonal or occasional). They have a created a 'Lord of the Flies' vibe within the seasonal sites, pitting campers against each other due to discrimination, double standards and simple pettiness. New rules were inevitable yes (due to insurance), though expected were still hard to swallow, however, the implementation of these rules is even worse since they are not being applied equally across all campers -- they seem to be arbitrary to say the least as to who you are in the park and how vocal you are. Between a new camping manager, who claims ignorance and is basically management's mouth piece, and a new onslaught of teenage seasonal workers, the campers continually are discredited, taunted and aggravate every time there is an interaction with any of them. The bottom line is the camp is still a disaster and campers are having a difficult time being helped, heard or empathized with without being penalized or banished like we were without cause -- Bingemans new motto should be "If you don't like it, don't tell us cause we don't care. We will just KICK YOU OUT". Customer service here sucks, management/owner are bullies and they seem to be proud of it!
FairLocation:       Fair
Services:        Fair
Site sizes:       Fair
Recreation:    Fair
Washrooms:  Fair
NOT recommended!     Tammie McColl (Cambridge, Ontario) on Tuesday, July 17, 2018
Click to go to the campground's website Cove Oceanfront Campground (oceanfront) in Parker's Cove, Nova Scotia
Account photo Nice site. No refunds. I had no campfire, no internet and there is no cell service at all. I was staying for a week and was given worst site. All were rude except Hope was very helpful and kind. They need more employees like her at this site. It is a very lovely spot for a stop over. Didn’t rate showers, had to pay for use.
Fitzroy Provincial Park in Fitzroy Harbour, Ontario
Account photo "Very nice campground for the family"......   Fitzroy is a well maintained provincial campground with large private campsites. If you like to bike or hike, this campground has multiple dirt roads to enjoy. Water view sites are the best!
"Will definitely return!!!!"
Les Jardins de la Republique in St-Jacques, New Brunswick
Account photo "Very clean and very quiet campground! "......   We loved this campground! We stayed 3 nights and we really enjoyed the facilities at this campground. The swimming pool is quite large and extremely clean! Other facilities include a play area, laundromat and a snack bar. Most campsites are fairly large and well groomed. Not far from a lovely little town called Edmundston with a very very nice botanical garden. A must if you're in that area!
Parlee Beach Campground in Shédiac, New Brunswick
Account photo "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!"
Leisure Time Park and Trailer Sales Inc in Palgrave, Ontario
Account photo "Stay at Albion Hills you will be happier "......   For the most part the seasonal campers are friendly offering a smile or wave as you go by, but make sure you check the pool schedule before taking your kids to have a swim because they will yell at your kids if its adult swim time and they try join. They don’t tell the kids its adult time please come back in x they just scream at the kids its adult time go away then continue with swearing etc. As a parent I don’t need my 4 year old learning the F bomb. The park is full of outdated equipment, not the old Rubbermaid plastic equipment that is faded this is the old metal equipment that most parks and schools have removed as they pose a safety hazard. There is also a wooden log train for the kids to play on that is showing its age. There is a fishing pond but most of the time its more weeds that anything else. The security at night is obnoxious we have been told to put out the fire at 10:30, he told my wife and I its quiet time at 10pm. The Pull Thru sites are similar to US parks they are small. The sites are so close to Hwy 9 with no trees as a barrier so you have to sleep with the fan on and the windows closed unless your drunk, a few pull thru sites have septic access hatches on them so you have a concrete obstacles to deal with, Not very kid friendly. The rates are on par with most parks situated close to the city. If you live close to Toronto and want somewhere close by for the weekend it’s Ok but try get in on a cheap weekend or it’s not worth it. As a new RV dealer they have always had good prices and gave fair if not above average trade in values, you get a night free when you purchase a brand new unit with a fairly informative walk around. If you want somewhere to purchase a trailer and save some money go there buy your trailer and plan never return to have warranty or any other work done by them or have any other contact with them until you are ready to buy another unit. DO NOT service your equipment here under warranty or otherwise you get mediocre work at best and if you complain when they don’t do what you paid for the mechanic refuses to work on your equipment ever again.
Click to go to the campground's website North Shore R.V. Park (northshore) in Carrying Place, Ontario
Account photo "Bad customer service"......   Worst camping experience here! Staff were rude and very arrogant. Extra charges for booking fee, and wi-fi and would not provide a refund if you are not satisfied with your site. Would not recommend this campground. Lots of nicer campgrounds in the area with much better customer service! Dump station is very difficult to access and very tight u-turns necessary to access and again to exit.
Jaggars Point Oceanside Camping in Smiths Cove, Nova Scotia
Account photo "Great Spot"......   This campground sits on the Bay of Fundy. The sunsets are stunning. It is a very quiet boutique park with lots of friendly seasonal campers. The pool is nice and very clean. It has laundry facilities, nice newly renovated showers and the lots are a good size. WiFi is strong by the office and pool area but a little weak throughout the park but that is to be expected. We were pleased that it was only 5 minutes into town where you can get all of your supplies, nice restaurants and beautiful views. Some RV sites are drive through so it is easy for set up. There is a combination of tenting sites, water and electricity and full service with a dumping station on your way out. I loved the fact it was a pet friendly park. Hard to find these now. You must keep your dog on a lead but that is to be expected. Over all this park was very clean and well maintained and we would certainly recommend it.
ExcellentLocation:       Fair rating
Services:        Fair rating
Site sizes:       Fair rating
Recreation:    Fair rating
Washrooms:  Fair rating
Recommended!     Dee & T (Smiths Cove, Nova Scotia) on Tuesday, September 26, 2017
Pleasure Park Campground and RV Resort in Mallorytown, Ontario
Account photo "Great Place and very clean, great people and lots for kids and adults to do."......   This is the cleanest park I ever been in. The atmosphere is wonderful and it is a great place for kids and adults alike. They have good rules to follow and that's why the place is clean, safe and well managed with upgrades every year. The people are great and staff is the best and always willing to help out.
ExcellentLocation:       Fair rating
Services:        Fair rating
Site sizes:       Fair rating
Recreation:    Fair rating
Washrooms:  Fair rating
Recommended!     Nancy Shield (Napanee, Ontario) on Wednesday, September 13, 2017
Daisy May Campground in Fort Macleod, Alberta
Account photo "Save yourself the disappointment "......   WARNING, if you are looking for a campground stay clear of Daisy May campground. The staff here is so incredibly rude!!! The centre here provides grey/black tank emptying totes to empty your tanks. We were camping with a few other families, so the older boys offered to go around and empty the grey tanks for us. Long story short, the tote the centre supplied had a small hole and a little trail of grey water made a trail. JUST WATER!!! The owner of the campground came out and started yelling and swearing at the boys. I came to their defence stating the tote is only carrying water, and there wasnt any need to yell and swear at the boys, at which point he tells me to shut your mouth, just shut your f-ing mouth !! This is from the owner of the campground!! We will ever Return to that campground again!! P.S. As a review posted earlier, the owner has multipul cats running free. Twice the cats have torn through our garbage. The bathrooms were disgusting, and through out the campground there is old equipment, broken fences/tables, and truck parts littering this campground.
"I would strongly advise people to stay away from Daisy May campground "
Glen Allan Park in Marmora, Ontario
Account photo "Not Motor Coach Compatible"......   We booked a night at this campground to visit friends, we told them we had a 40' Motor Coach that is 30,000 lbs and did they have sites to accommodate. When we arrived at the gate the driveway in is lined with trees that scratched the sides of the coach, then upon getting to our site - they put is in a sand pit with regulars (all drinking beer with several dogs running around barking). taking over the entire site. We had to get the regulars to moves their vehicles which were parked on the site. Then we got stuck and could not maneuver around because the regulars had decks and canopies hanging over the site. We finally got unstuck and called the office see if they had a site more suitable, the owner of the park came by with a small tractor (to try and pull us out) and said we could move up a few spaces but there was no hydro there. We decided to leave and would NEVER go back to the resort, it is in no way shape or for suitable for a motorcoach.
Tobermory Village Campground in Tobermory, Ontario
Account photo "BEWARE!"......   BEWARE, BEWARE!!! Read reviews and take heed of the bad reviews as they are very similar to our experience. Beautiful park and great for young kids....after 11, make sure you are in bed or you will be told! They have a rules section and if they feel that you have broken any in the slightest, they will evict you and your sleeping children in the middle of the night at the drop of a hat. They are a fringe religious group running the place with scripture posted on buildings. They sneak around and spy in the dark, video tape any interaction and are very ignorant from the first moment if they don't like you. Don't try and reason with them, they are not right in the head. We had a female police officer with us and they showed her no respect when she tried to speak with them. We were warned by other campers when we arrived but didn't realize just how bad it was. We were in no way, out of line in the slightest. They don't want anyone up and around the fire after 11. It was like a creepy horror movie. We are veteran family campers and will NEVER go here again nor recommend it to anyone.
"This place needs to be more forthcoming with their religious management and harsh enforcement of rules"
Pointe des Chenes in Sault Ste Marie, Ontario
Account photo "Point Des Chene - dated and pricey"......   Location is very nice. Staff is very lax. Washroom's have not been updated in St least 25 years. Oldy moldy shower not nice. Lions Club operators seem to take but never invest in the buildings etc. Water is poisoned with benzene and no safe drinking water is provided. Look elsewhere for better value at full prices.
Five Islands Ocean Resort and RV Campground in Lower Five Islands, Nova Scotia
Account photo "Five Islands Provincial Park"......   Just stayed at this park for three days. Sites were a good size with lots of space. Serviced lots are water and electric only but dump station wasn't that far away. Would definitely recommend this park. Would be really good if there was another comfort station instead of the just the one. A few more garbage cans would help too. If you like digging clams you can go at low tide. Allowed 100 per person. Best to go down Wharf Road and venture out from there.
Station touristique Baie-des-Sables in Lac-Mégantic, Québec
Account photo "LEAVE YOUR DOG AT HOME - OR ELSE!"......   This was to be our first-ever RVing experience. We were very excited, just having purchased our first house trailer, and were looking forward to our vacation at Baie des Sables with our little 22-pound fluff-ball of a dog, "Bo". I was well acquainted with the park's rules about dogs: must be on leash at all times, can't go on the beach, pick up their poops, and don't leave the dog unattended. So, we arrive late in the afternoon, park our trailer, and begin the process of setting up camp, which takes about an hour. While my husband did most of this, I helped out while holding our dog on the leash. As we worked, a guy walked by our campsite with a good-sized black dog. Bo barked a couple of times, but I quieted him quickly. Eventually we finished our set-up, and while I made supper in the trailer, my hubby read at the picnic table with the dog sleeping at his feet. Then I happened to notice a white Baie des Sables pickup drive slowly past us, as if looking at us. I thought it might be because I had mentioned at the Welcome Desk that we were first-timers, so maybe they wanted to see how we managed. But then, less than 10 minutes later, he returned going the other direction, went past us, and then stopped. Coincidentally, at that same moment, someone walked by with two dogs, a small breed and a Husky with an upright tail (a sign of aggression to another dog). Bo barked a few times before my husband managed to get hold of him, but it was already too late. The pickup had reversed into our campsite and a man got out. In a menacing tone he announced, "This park has a ZERO TOLERANCE FOR BARKING**". My husband tried to explain that our dog was just a little nervous around other dogs, but the guy simply repeated his announcement (**in French, by the way, even if, by then, he knew we were English-speakers. Luckily we are bilingual!) I was almost in tears because I knew he had the right to kick us out on the spot, so I basically grovelled and told him we would "do better". He seemed to accept that, and drove away. But after supper, I went to the Welcome Centre to find out if there was a Zero Tolerance rule I wasn't aware of. When the girl there showed me the same rules I'd already seen, but could provide no "Zero Tolerance" warning, she seemed to do an about-face and told me to forget about it, and that they understood that it's normal for a dog to bark once in a while when another dog passes their campsite. But it didn't matter what she said. My vacation was already ruined. Returning to our campsite, I went to speak to the nice big French-speaking family camped opposite us. I asked politely if our dog had bothered them, and they assured us that he had not, and that they have little kids and wouldn't complain about a little noise. They did say, however, that they thought the first man who passed us with the black dog might have complained about Bo barking at him. I thought that couldn't be. How could another dog owner, let alone one not even camped near us, be such a creep? In any case, we re-parked our SUV so that it blocked the view of our trailer door and the picnic table, and then put Bo in the trailer so we could better control him. It was horrible. We felt like we were in a prison camp. At 8:45 pm that night we decided to take Bo for a walk. We didn't dare walk him past campsites, so we decided to walk down to the empty parking lot for the beach. We walked to the very end and then stopped at the entrance to the beach area. I wanted to catch a glimpse of the lake, so my husband stayed in the parking lot with the dog while I walked down to the beach. The peace of the moment was disturbed by the shouts of kids kicking a soccer ball around, but of course, that's perfectly acceptable, right? The next day we took the dog with us and went into the town of Megantic to explore. It was a relief to be away from the stress of the campground and we had a very nice time talking to the girl in the Info booth in town about the rail disaster of 2013. We visited their beautiful lakeside park and saw some interesting homes. We went back to the campground just as the sun disappeared and a thunderstorm kicked in. Later, at twilight when there was a lull in the rain, we decided to do the same walk as the night before. This time, as soon as we emerged from the path onto the empty parking lot, we noticed the white Nazi pickup truck again. It was parked near the entrance to the beach with its motor running and headlights off. Ignoring the threatening feeling I got, we walked directly toward the entrance to the beach grounds just like we did the night before. As we approached, the pickup turned its headlights on and started rolling toward us. But before it reached us, we turned around and started heading back. It stopped and turned its lights off again. This "cat and mouse" continued until we had returned to the path leading to the campground. As unbelievable as this sounds, it's all true. Needless to say, we will never return, with or without our dog, to this special little piece of hell. And I recommend you stay away too.
"Don't even think about taking your dog!"
Station touristique Baie-des-Sables in Lac-Mégantic, Québec
Account photo ""ZERO TOLERANCE D'ABOIEMENTS" - "NO BARKING ALLOWED - EVER!""......   (Notez: COPY OF THIS REVIEW IN ENGLISH WILL BE POSTED SEPARATELY:) C'était notre première expérience en RV. Nous venons d'acheter une roulotte pour faire des vacances de camping avec notre petit chien de 22 livres et poil tout doux. Il est adorable avec tout le monde, sauf qu'il manque un peu de confiance, alors il a un tendence de japper un peu quand quelqu'un (chien ou personne) approche "son" territoire. Nous sommes arrivé tard en après midi, et avons commencé à préparer notre site, ce qui prend tout notre attention. Pendant ce processus, je tenais notre chien par son laisse. Il était un peu nerveux, alors quand un homme est passé juste devant nous avec son gros chien noir, le nôtre a jappé 4-5 fois avant que j'étais capable de le taire. Une heure plus tard, nous essayons de nous détendre un peu quand un pickup blanc de Baie des Sables est passé lentement devant notre emplacement. Quelque minutes après, il est revenu dans l'autre sens. Au même moment, quelqu'un est passé devant nous avec 2 chiens, un petit et un Husky avec queue bien droit en l'air, signe d'agressivité. Notre chien a jappé encore un peu avant que mon conjoint était capable de le taire, ce qu'il essayait de faire immédiatement. Peu importe! Un monsieur "officiel" à sauté de son pickup est nous a approché, et dans un ton menaçant, nous a dire "Il y a un police de ZÉRO TOLÉRANCE D'ABOIEMENTS dans ce parc". J'étais étonné parce que je connaissais bien les règles pour animaux domestiques: doivent être sur laisse en tout temps, doivent rester dans le secteur camping et ne peut pas aller sur la plage, et ne doivent pas ennuyer les voisins, etc. etc. Ou nous étions stationné, il y avait une grande famille avec petits enfants en face. Une autre, à côté mais à un petit distance, avait un chien de race Beagle qui a déjà aboyé quelque fois. Alors je doubtais qu'un de nos voisins ont fait une plainte. Ce monsieur "officiel" à répéter son message encore, comme si'il était en train de nous renvoyons du parc immédiatement. J'étais pratiquement en larmes. Je l'ai assuré que nous allons faire notre meilleur effort à faire silencieux notre chien, mais en même temps j'ai expliqué qu'il fait bruit seulement quand quelqu'un avec un chien passe notre emplacement. Il est parti, mais nous a laissé avec un sentiment très négatif. Nous avons restationné notre SUV pour bloqué la vue vers notre roulotte, et a mis le chien là-dedans avec mon conjoint pendant que je suis allée visiter le Centre d'accueil pour clarifier les polices du parc. Le petite dame là ma montré les règlements dont j'étais déjà au courant, mais j'ai demandé de voir où c'est écrit "ZÉRO TOLÉRANCE D'ABOIEMENTS". Quand elle n'était pas capable de me montré ce regle, elle m'a dit tout un coup d'oublier ce que le monsieur m'a dit, que ce n'était pas le cas, et qu'ils acceptent que les chiens vont aboyer de temps en temps, ce qui est normale. Je suis retournée à notre emplacement, mais j'ai arrêtée visiter d'abord la grande famille en face de nous. J'étais très humble en demandant si notre chien les a dérangé et ils étaient vite à dire "Non, pas du tout. Nous avons des enfants qui font beaucoup de bruit, alors c'est pas à nous à faire une plainte. Par contre, c'est possible que le premier monsieur qui a passé avec son chien noir à dit quelque chose." Un homme qui PASSAIT? Qui n'était même pas un voisin? Et qui possède lui-même un chien? Est-ce possible que quelque peut être tellement méchant? Et que le Management peut réagir à une telle plainte? Finalement, je trouve que c'est possible. Le même soir, nous voulions faire promener le chien avant de dormir. Il était 20:45, et mi-noir. Nous ne voulons pas prendre la risque de passer devant d'autres emplacements, alors nous sommes allés vers le stationnement pour la plage. Au bout, nous avons vu la pancarte qui annonce pas de chiens sur la plage, alors mon conjointe est est resté là avec notre chien pendant que je suis allée voir le Lac. J'ai remarqué que la paix du moment était perturbé par les cris des enfants qui jouaient le soccer devant la plage, ce qui est normale est bien accepté. Le soir après (notre dernier, après avoir visité la ville de Lac Megantic avec notre chien au lieu de tolérer le stress d'être à notre emplacement) nous avons fait la même promenade. Mais en entrant le stationnement, j'ai vu le pickup blanc du Nazi officiel de Baie des sables. Il était la, à côté de l'entrée à la plage, moteur en marche mais les phares éteints, comme si il nous attendait. Nous avons approchés l'entrée quand même, et tout un coup, il a ouvert ses phares et a avancer vers nous. A l'entrée, nous sommes tournés pour retourner au camping, et il a arrêté, en ferment encore les phares. Ce jeux de "chat et souris" à continué jusqu'au moment que nous sommes sorties du stationnement de la plage. Je sais que c'est incroyable, mais je vous jûre que c'est ça qui nous a arrivé. Nous n'allons jamais retournés à cet espèce de l'enfer, même si l'endroit est bien entretenu et nos voisins étaient aimable.
"Ne pas à visiter avec un chien."
Dunromin Campsite in Granville Ferry, Nova Scotia
Account photo "Major Disappointment"......   We arrived ready to camp at this campground only to be told that site we reserved was not available due to rain and it was muddy. The owner did not want vehicles parked in the grass. So he didn't have proper water irrigation to handle the rain - not our fault. He then proceeded to tell us we could check other sites in that area so we got in the car and some idiot with a huge trailer on the back of his vehicle from BC that thinks the world revolves around him pulls in and blocks us from getting into the campground and gets out and goes in the office so instead of him pulling back or parking somewhere else in the lot we had to go around him to check out the other campsites which we were not happy with. We went back to the office to see what could be done only to have the owner cop an attitude with us telling us he would only charge us for one night but instead charged us for 2 of the 3 nights we were booked for. We asked about the possibility of coming back the following weekend (which their site says the offer rain checks) but the owner refused. So we left and will NEVER go there again. Please stay far away from this campground.
Horseshoe Lake Camp and Cottages in Parry Sound, Ontario
Account photo We asked that they come clear out the garbage that was floating in our fire pit ..yes the pit got moved ..left all the garbage..asked again the next day to have the garbage removed..nope ..gross. No we won't be back there were more problems then that but those are the ones we directly contacted them about.
Click to go to the campground's website Roth Park Family Camping (rothpark) in Wiarton, Ontario
Account photo ""......   Had not been there in over 10 years. New owners are super and they are doing a great job of trying to fix it up and make changes. Very family oriented.
ExcellentLocation:       Fair rating
Services:        Fair rating
Site sizes:       Fair rating
Recreation:    Fair rating
Washrooms:  Fair rating
Recommended!     Dawn Pankratz (Melancthon, Ontario) on Wednesday, July 5, 2017
Camping de la Diable in Mont-Tremblant, Québec
Account photo "Tent "......   Not recommended for for tent chose site out of trailer with air conditioner, other wise it fine
Click to go to the campground's website Camping KOA Bas-St-Laurent Campground (koabsl) in St-Mathieu-de-Rioux, Québec
Account photo Sites très spacieux et facile d'accès. Beaucoup d'activité pour toute la famille!!
Pleasure Park Campground and RV Resort in Mallorytown, Ontario
Account photo "Great if you have kids!"......   This place is great if you have kids. Bring your bikes! There is plenty to do, always an activity going on, beach, lake, fishing. The kids make friends instantly here. The washrooms are immaculate, there is even a laundry mat. If you truly want to know more about the camper community that is here, and get answers to your questions from other campers, check out their Facebook page.
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