This was a Good Sam Park. The campground had a wide driveway with easy access from the highway, and the campground was fairly easy to maneuver around corners. Sites were 30 amp. (There is not a lot of 50 amp in Canada). The site map showed about 45 sites, including the group area and dry sites. The two RV Gypsies had full-hook-ups. The water pressure was super low. The campground had gravel roads, gravel sites with a small grass area. The small pool was behind the office near the entrance, and the sites for big rigs were near the pool. There was a pay phone at the entrance.
Cable TV gave only 5 TV stations. The campground had free Wi-Fi at sites with a code, but it was very slow. Gate closed 11 p.m. to 6:15 a.m. You may ask for a key if you are going to be late. No shoes in the shower of any kind. Karen is glad she does not need the showers because she would never use a campground shower without wearing shower shoes.
There was a heated pool that closed at 9 p.m., plus coin laundry, no-pay showers, plus a separate disabled washroom; all of which the two RV Gypsies did not use. Ice and local honey could be purchased in the office. Pets welcome on a leash. They charge for no-shows. Standard campground rules applied.
No washing of anything on the sites.
There was a designated area for washing RV's and cars, next to the office. Car wash is coin operated $1 for 4 minutes. Wash fast everyone and have several people help you!
Check out time was 11 a.m.