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Wide Open Wilderness Campground in 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.
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Very good - ExcellentLocation:       Fair rating
Services:        Fair rating
Site sizes:       Fair rating
Recreation:    Fair rating
Washrooms:  Fair rating
Recommended!     anne (shubie, Nova Scotia) ,Friday, January 18, 2013
Rondeau Shores Trailer Park in 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 in 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 in 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 in 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 in 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.
Point Farms Provincial Park in Goderich, Ontario
"Lovely Little Park"......   This is a lovely little park. We enjoy the fact that it is quite small, and therefore less busy. Choose your campsite carefully – some of the sites are very much out in the open, especially the corner sites. The comfort station in the Colborne campground is newer and kept very clean, while the comfort station in the Huron campground is older. The staff are friendly and helpful. The beach is gorgeous and can be walked to easily from the campgrounds. You descend 120+ wooden steps to get to the beach area. The walking trails are interesting and well marked. There isn’t a park store, but there is a small store directly across from the entrance. The firewood they sell is terrible – we ended up buying excellent firewood from the nearby town of Goderich. There does seem to be a slight problem with some campers at Point Farms thinking they are entitled to bring their dogs into the comfort station – we encountered this twice in one day.
Rondeau Shores Trailer Park in Morpeth, Ontario
"Repeat customer"......   we spent over three wkends this past summer at rondeau shores and we were extremely happy and will continue to bring our children there. I don't agree wiht the other review as the washrooms were just sparkling, the owners or managers not sure if they were the actual owners were so nice to us, they even invited us to their potluck that was for seasonal campers. When we returned she even remembered our children 's name. security is number one they were all over the park makin me feel safe to let my children roam. Family campground forsure!
Riviera RV Park and Campground in Grand Forks, British Columbia
My wife and I stayed at the Riviera RV Park in August and enjoyed meeting the friendly and helpful hosts. They took time to chat, (Stan is an Airman from the Airforce, like me, so we had lots to talk about), gave us brochures for area attractions and offered a shuttle service for us to tube down Kettle River, which we thoroughly enjoyed. Loved the sandy beach and river swimming. Clean washrooms and laundromat with library too. Relaxing time.
"We highly recommend this park to others."
Pleasure Park Campground and RV Resort in Mallorytown, Ontario
"Fantastic, cant wait for summer 2013"......   We go there the occasional weekend in the summer, but if the kids had their way, we'd be there more! Its a great place to disconnect, have the kids unplug from their electronics and play with friends, fish, swim, take part in activities. Although, if your teenager (or you) absolutely needs their internet, there is a free hotspot to catch up. The facilities are very clean.
"2 thumbs up for family fun"
Very good - ExcellentLocation:       Fair rating
Services:        Fair rating
Site sizes:       Fair rating
Recreation:    Fair rating
Washrooms:  Fair rating
Recommended!     The Solinski's (Ottawa, Ontario) ,Saturday, December 1, 2012
Pleasure Park Campground and RV Resort in Mallorytown, Ontario
"Fantastic, cant wait for summer 2013"......   We go there the occasional weekend in the summer, but if the kids had their way, we'd be there more! Its a great place to disconnect, have the kids unplug from their electronics and play with friends, fish, swim, take part in activities. Although, if your teenager (or you) absolutely needs their internet, there is a free hotspot to catch up. The facilities are very clean.
"2 thumbs up for family fun"
Very good - ExcellentLocation:       Fair rating
Services:        Fair rating
Site sizes:       Fair rating
Recreation:    Fair rating
Washrooms:  Fair rating
Recommended!     The Solinski's (Ottawa, Ontario) ,Saturday, December 1, 2012
Travellers RV Resort and Campground in Winnipeg, Manitoba
We spent 2 days here,staff was unfriendly and not very helpful.Very expensive and the pool has been removed.It is nice that it located next to the waterslide and other activities.We would not stay here again
Meadowlark Campground in Brandon, Manitoba
We stayed here on our way across Canada,Nice little campground for what we used it for..9stopping over place)One thing is it is right beside the transcanada highway.Listened to highway traffic all night.(semi"s
Sunbury-Oromocto Park in Waterville, New Brunswick
"Never Again..."......   I would not recommend the park to anyone. The management was not friendly nor helpful. The lake was nice except for the hundreds of dead catfish...would not go swimming. The water had a awful smell and is not drinkable. Other campers seemed friendly and helpful.
Glen Allan Park in Marmora, Ontario
"Awesome place"......   We spent 3 weeks at this campground in 2009.Enjoyed every minute of it
Lake Avenue Resort in Cherry Valley, Ontario
"Dirty and Dissappointed"......   I chose Lake Avenue from the Internet website. I planned to spend 10 days but left after 3 days. The website advertised sandy beach. The beach was dirty , the water full of seaweed and dead animals rotting in the water. I would not let anyone swim in that water. The pool was cloudy and not safe for swimming. I contacted Castle Vacation Parks with my concerned and they ignored them. Warning- do not believe the website description of Lake Avenue Park or any Castle Vacation Park.
"Not a vacation destination!!!"
Fair - GoodLocation:       Fair
Services:        Fair
Site sizes:       Fair
Recreation:    Fair
Washrooms:  Fair
NOT recommended!     Jackie Dally (Clifford, Ontario) ,Monday, September 17, 2012
Sunbury-Oromocto Park in Waterville, New Brunswick
I found the management very rude and unprofessional.The water quality was horrible, both color and smell.Major upgrades are needed. But we did love the fact that you could go boating/fishing from the campground.Also made some very great friends while staying there.
Sunbury-Oromocto Park in Waterville, New Brunswick
loved the location, didn't love the mean people running the park. water was discusting.
Sunbury-Oromocto Park in Waterville, New Brunswick
"One night is enough"......   Nice park, but management lacked warmth and personality. It's there way or the highway! Lots of dead catfish floating in the lake (like in the hundreds)management said it was because the water was too warm, didn't see it at any other campgrounds. Nice place for a stop over, but wouldn't recommend a holiday there.
Sunbury-Oromocto Park in Waterville, New Brunswick
management lack personality, water is horrible, stinks and no pressure needs improvements throughout the park.
Sunbury-Oromocto Park in Waterville, New Brunswick
Enjoyed campground, but the management lacked warmth and personality! Really need to work on dealing with the public!
Cedar Beach Park in Stouffville, Ontario
"The park is good for day visiters or transiants, BUT NOT GOOD FOR SEASONAL CAMPERS. They're rates are too expensive an KEEP going up every year. "......  
Grenville Park Camping and RV Park in Prescott, Ontario
Rudest people ever met. Only care about themselves. Can't use carpets when you are camping. Seasonal campers I heard are treated just the same as weekenders. What a joke this park is. Get new people to run it, that are people friendly
PoorLocation:       Poor
Services:        Fair
Site sizes:       Poor
Recreation:    Fair
Washrooms:  Poor
NOT recommended!     WHAT A JOKE (Prescott, Ontario) ,Wednesday, September 5, 2012
Fort Steele Campground in Cranbrook, British Columbia
"Very good family campground"......   This campground is 3 km south of Ft. Steele Historic Site at the bottom of the hill and down Kelly Rd. They do not take reservations and payment is cash. If you want nice, quite, family friendly campground - this is it. They have every thing from basic tent sites to full water/sewer hookups (15 Amp power only)and all sites are grass with no cement pads. There is a play ground for the kids, heated pool, various sport equipment to use (badminton etc)and trails to wander. Each camp site has a fire pit and wood is available at the store. This is a family owned campground and Bob & Rhonda make every effort to make your stay enjoyable. Bob is an expert on bats and the campground has numerious bat houses throughout the area and on many evenings, Bob will have lectures on bats, dispelling many myths on bats that have become folk lore. You can usually see wildlife in the area fields such as deer, elk, rabbits, squirles and dozens of different bird at the numerious feeders by the office. Because this campground is away from the hwy and in a coulee, there is no hwy traffic noise (you can hear the train whistle from the steam train at Ft. Steele but thats it for noise). The store sells basic items and if more is needed, Cranbrook is about 20 km away with all city items. For overall relaxing, family campground this is it.
"Great quite family campground"
Very goodLocation:       Fair rating
Services:        Fair rating
Site sizes:       Fair rating
Recreation:    Fair rating
Washrooms:  Fair rating
Recommended!     Gary & Margot Bonish (Calgary, Alberta) ,Friday, August 31, 2012
Wide Open Wilderness Campground in Shubenacadie, Nova Scotia
We were pleased with the campground overall. We showed up Sunday afternoon to avoid the busy weekend the park was very clean and tidy. A friend told me they are very strict at this campground about partying and noise after 10:00. So I was surprised when I could hear loud music over my ac unit running until 2:30 in the morning. I later found out it was a horseshoes tournament and the park owners were there. The kids had fun in the pool witch was very clean. We went to the look off to watch the tide come in. A must see if you haven't seen before. If the park staff spent an hour trimming trees a bit it would help the view a lot. After reading the other reviews I will most likely not return.
Wide Open Wilderness Campground in Shubenacadie, Nova Scotia
We recently stayed at this campground but, after reading some of the reviews I guess we actually got away pretty lucky. We called and reserved a site covering a weekend. When we arrived the site was now $12 a night more than when reserved. In hindsight we should have left but we did not since we were tired and it was coming up on the weekend. The other campers were pleasant and otherwise the stay went OK. The drinking water was very salty and metallic tasting. And when we were ready to leave I had to back the motorhome around the tractor parked in the way at the dump station. At the time I thought "how inconsiderate" to block the facilities rather than walk 10 ft and park out of the way. The only positive I can think of - you can walk to an overlook of the tidal bore from camp. This campground will not be on our list of place to go again.
Wide Open Wilderness Campground in Shubenacadie, Nova Scotia
"Last Place I would Ever Book!!!"......   I booked this campground 5 weeks in advance and booked a 3 way site. We were arriving on Thursday, checking out on Sunday. We were going rafting so we wanted a site with sewer. When we arrived, 7 pm I checked in, given a site number and charge $128. The speed bumps throughout the campground were ridicilous! Some I'm sure were over a foot high. Everything in the trailer was thrown about. We arrived at our site whic was not too bad until we realized there was no sewer hook up. I went back to the office, I told the owner I had booked a 3 way site, she said, "Hun, those need to be booked in advance Hun, if you would have asked Hun you would have gotten one". I did ask for one, if I have known we weren't getting one we never would have booked that long. We went back for ice, a short time later and the office was closed. The gates are closed at 9:30, not allowed out, not allowed in! That far in the woods I can't imagine why the strict security! We sat in out truck on Saturday by the exit to get out, no one came so my husband got out and opened it. He was then told they had to do it. He asked why they were so strict on people leaving and they said they needed to keep track of the people who were coming and going. The place was full of seasonals, constant lawn mowing, deck building and their dogs barking. Not a place to relax. We have camped in many places and this was the worst I have ever been in. As I read some of the other reviews where they say trucks and tractors were parked in the road at night to block the entrance/exit I cannot imagine if there where an emergency where an ambulance needed to get it.
"STAY AWAY!!!!"
Tobermory Village Campground in Tobermory, Ontario
"below par"......   too dusty too many speeders,especially camp staff too much money some camers to loud but staff seem selective or unable to keep control
"one star"
Highland Pines Campground and RV Sales in Belwood, Ontario
Oh, come on....maybe you'd better explain how the "mistake" was both yours and the campgrounds.....in any case, probably someone else was waiting to get on the site, so you had to move, and quickly....boo hoo hoo....when did campers become such a group of whiners? And really, is it reason enough to be so malicious, and warn others away from that campground? I'd bet money that you are more at fault for this situation than you're letting on - but that would be typical of campers too - no responsibility-taking!
Recreationland Campground in Cumberland, Ontario
"Unjustified charges and pool safety"......   We found the campground very convenient to visit Ottawa and area. Had Personal health problems and on arrival stated not sure how long can stay. Staff said fine, Can pay for 3 and then extend to week etc. Stayed and asked about free day and told not a problem but can't override system, will ask owner. Well, owner did not accept, we ended up staying 9 days, but on day 8 power cut off and had to pay for extra day. Also, campground is clean, but showers and bathrooms need some work. Pool stairs VERY slippery, slipped going in and hurt back badly. Small sign warning slippery steps seen AFTER fall;. Not planning to stay there again.
"Never camp here again"
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