Great provincial park, I must say were very pleasantly surprised. Since it was the first weekend in May, the park was pretty empty, but later in the summer it must be very busy. Lots of shady sites, and great walks. Nice beach and boat launch, friendly staff.
We stayed here for 3 nights, full hookups which is a luxury. Sites are large, limited privacy, but adequate. This is a very large campground, professionally run and serves as a great base to explore the Park. Ablution facilities were clean and modern, staff very friendly. Elk and deer roam the campground, creating great photo opportunities.
We stayed in the G loop of the campground, which gave us a little more privacy than the (perhaps newer) B part of the campground. Unfortunately you cannot book a specific site, rather one is allocated when you arrive. This is a wonderful area to explore, with lots of outdoor trails and hikes. Deer are abundant in the campground, and there is black bear activity in the vicinity. Sites are small, but adequate, and with so much to do, you are not at your RV for very long. The wind picked up everyday, and I would not recommend leaving your awning open. Washrooms were very clean, with plenty of hot water in the showers, and staff were great. Best tasting water we've ever had!
Great Provincial Park, campsites very private, very well treed with lots of shade. Firewood available for purchase. Electrical sites on first come basis. You can hire small boats and kayaks on McLeod Lake, good fishing and very peaceful. Really enjoyed our 4 nights here and will go back soon.
Nice park, most sites are shaded or partly shaded, with privacy. Sites are smaller, but perfectly adequate. This is a family orientated provincial park, with lots of activities centering around the reservoir which has great beaches and clear water to swim in. Bays 1 and 2 are probably the best bays to reserve, 30 amp electricity, but no water hookups. Water is available at the taps throughout the campsite and friendly staff will direct you to a suitable tap to fill your holding tanks. Great location very close to Winnipeg, but you still feel as if you are completely away from it all.
Great park with many sites with view of the lake. Sites are large and grassy, little shade and they are open. Swimming beach could do with a little work, but we enjoyed the time in the water never the less. Beautiful sunsets and sunrises over the water, and a boaters paradise. Great park, and we will be back for a little longer next time.
Fast Wi-Fi available in the park: our children were really pleased with this. Great park, lots of shade, sites pretty open so not very private, although we stayed mid week with only a few sites taken. Water is very high, with trees underwater and swimming was unfortunately out of the question as the beaches are underwater. Clean rest rooms with lots of hot water, power and water at sites, although you may need to pack extra hoses and extension cables to reach on some sites.
Loved it here: but if you are planning on arriving without a booking on a Friday, you may be out of luck. This is a very popular camping spot. Big sites, lots of room between sites, well shaded and private. We found the campground to be very well maintained, staff were exceptionally friendly and even though we did not have a reservation they managed to make a plan for us. We will be back.
Stayed here for a week whilst we explored the area, great campground, friendly and helpful hosts, washrooms always clean and tidy. Great lake access and beaches, we enjoyed our time here and would go back. Some of the sites have limited shade, which is the only negative.
Stopped here for one night, RV's are packed in like sardines, single uni-sex shower block, water pressure and electricity supply on-site good, and the laundry was a blessing. Friendly staff, but not a campground that we would choose to spend any amount of time in, one night was all we could stand. First time that we have eaten dinner inside our RV, we prefer to eat outside and enjoy the fresh air and scenery.