Of all the RV parks in Drumheller, this is the one to stay at. The other parks are very run down. It is a bit costly but well worth it, at least for us. It is the closest to the Tyrell Museum, which we visited. The park is actually called Dinosaur Trails RV Resort, but I would not call it a resort, just a great park. Interior roads are some paved and some good gravel with very few potholes. Our back in site was very wide so we had no trouble getting the 5th wheel in position. There are no pull-through spots. The lower part where we were is on the Red Deer River. Our area has large shade trees and all the leaves were golden brown and quite beautiful. There are wild rabbits around to add to our dog's fun. Washrooms and showers were clean. I did not use the showers as they charge for their use. I was told that Wi-Fi was strong but they charge $3 per day so no thanks. There was no traffic noise. We would certainly stay here again.
Definitely not a resort, but an OK park for a stopover. The single lane road in is rough and has 4 speed bumps. Slow right down! Also the road in is all up hill and quite steep. The owners are doing maintenance on the park and trying to get it in shape. Interior roads are gravel and very rough. The pool and hot tub were closed because of the late season. The site we got was almost level with shade trees covering some of it. Water pressure was good. The sewer connection was quite high up and so I had to finish draining the hose by lifting it up, with gloves on of course. Some sites looked to have a very high sewer connection which might be a problem. WiFi was strong. Each site has its own fire ring, very nice. No traffic or train noise but there was a farmer on his tractor at 7:30 in the morning just across the fence. I looked into the washrooms and showers and they looked clean. This is probably the best park in town. We would stay here again.
This is an older campground and the owners are working to maintain it. Interior roads are gravel but decent with no potholes. Our pull-through site was level, another nice surprise. Contrary to what they advertise, they do have 50 amp service. The site we were given was fairly narrow, so I requested and got another one that was wider and much easier to navigate. At this time of year there are lots of empty sites so changing is no problem. The campground was dusty but that is not their fault. Washrooms and showers were clean. They have very strong Wi-Fi which worked very well. There was some noise from the trucks on the highway and from the trains but not enough to spoil our sleep. This is a good place to stop over.
This is a good campground. Staff were very friendly and escorted us to our site. They grade all the sites and ours was level. This is the first time we have had a site that was totally level, what a pleasure. They are on city water with lots of pressure so no issues there. Our site was very wide so lots of room for slide-outs and awning. We asked the manager to recommend a restaurant in town for dinner. His choice was great. We had a fine meal and saw the downtown of Swift Current. I used the washrooms and showers at the camp. They were certainly old but have been cleaned and maintained fairly well. No issues here except for very small individual shower stalls. There is lots of good grass for dogs to run on and play. They are pet friendly here. We would certainly return if we are here again.
Interior roads are very rough and full of potholes. We got a pull-through site for our 35 foot 5th wheel and there were trees on both sides where we pulled out. It was extremely tight, but we made it. There is a swimming "lake" but of course at this time of year it was closed and rather dirty, which was to be expected. Wi-Fi was strong and worked well. Out site was dark so it was great for sleeping and there was no traffic noise. I looked at the washrooms and showers with the intention of using them but they were quite dirty and had dead insects all over the floor. Also the showers cost 25 cents for 2 and a half minutes. No thanks, I will use the ones in the trailer. This campground is OK for a night off the freeway.
This is a big park with many large pull-through spots. We stayed here a week while visiting family nearby. The park is easy to get in and out of and has good access to the highway. Interior roads were gravel and there were potholes. The park staff grades the roads fairly frequently. Sites are large and ours had all the services. They advertise Wi-Fi but it did not work where we were. The washrooms and showers were old and the 3 sinks were chipped but everything was clean. Because of the cold weather there were no mosquitoes at all. Watch out for the two huge speed bumps on the driveway in and out. They can do real damage. We would stay here again.
This was an OK overnight stop off the freeway. This park also has a 1 mile gravel road leading into it, but it is maintained fairly well. The park needs some maintenance and the washrooms and showers are old and need maintenance. Only one of the three showers actually worked. The bathroom stall walls were all pulled out of the wall and were loose. There are many large stores and restaurants about 5 minutes away. It seems to be the only campground in this town. We had a quiet sleep with no train noise and minimal noise from the traffic.
As some other reviews said, there is a horrible dirt road leading to the campground. My rating of 7 is because of this rutted road that we had to slow down to 10 mph on. Once you are there at the camp, it is very nice. The lady in the office had our paperwork ready and escorted us to the correct site with her golf cart. The site was level and big enough for our 3 slides and awning. Power and water were good. The camp has lots of good grass for dogs to play on and while we saw other dogs, they were all leashed as required. The trees provided lots of welcome shade. Washrooms, laundromat and showers were old but clean and everything worked. Wi-Fi was strong. The park seems well maintained. It is a good stopover while traveling the interstate.
Medora is a welcome rest off the I-94 as there are not a lot of parks around this part of the country. Unlike the other park here, this park is away from the railway. Driving in, the scenery is outstanding. Unfortunately they had a summer flood here with about 6 feet of water in this part of town. Everything is covered with silt, which is dry and the dust gets everywhere. That is why I rated the park down. Office staff were great. Sites were big and fairly level. Everything worked. The washrooms and showers were clean but somewhat old fashioned. Yes the park needs updating but it is what it is. Know that going in. We slept soundly all night long. The town of Medora is interesting to walk through and the people are very friendly. Try eating at the Cowboy Cafe or the Boot Bar and Grille. Both are very good.
This was the first ever KOA in 1962. Yes it is expensive because we booked the deluxe site with patio, swing, table and everything. We knew it was expensive and we did not care. Check-in staff were courteous and friendly. They had our paperwork ready for us. It is a great park and is very well maintained. The gardens and grass are green and well kept. The pool was clean and refreshing. Washrooms and showers were very clean and everything worked. The laundry is in one of their log cabins, very quaint. Wi-Fi was the best we have ever seen in an RV park. We would definitely come back here again.
Office staff messed up our reservation but they did make it right after a 20 minute wait. But that was just our own experience. A nice park, very quiet and most sites looked level. Ours was close to level but not a problem. Washrooms and showers were more rustic (probably because they were older), but they were spotlessly clean. They advertise Wi-Fi but we could not get it to work. It was a pleasant stay and we would stop here again for a one night rest off the freeway.
Check-in staff were extremely friendly and courteous. Great location on Spokane River. Big sites and wide open roads make getting in and out a breeze. Everything was clean and tidy. Showers and washrooms were very clean. There is a beach on the river for swimming and even our little dog went in for a refreshing swim. My wife said the laundry facilities were excellent.
This very old RV park has many permanent residents. The rigs and vehicles were very dirty and needed maintenance. We had to drive over 5 large speed bumps to get in to the park. Upon finding the "office", we were told the lady had the weekend off so go ahead and stay and she will call us next week to confirm payment. There was no help to find our spot and no maps of the site. They advertise Wi-Fi and cable TV. However the Wi-Fi did not work and the TV cable ended with a male end at the post so there was no way to hook up our cable. They only have 4 pull-through spots and 2 had permanent residents. Our site was 100 yards from the freeway and was very noisy. Our immediate neighbors, permanent residents, played loud rock music late in the evening and were yelling and arguing loudly. We would not stay here again.
We were very pleased with this park. The staff in the office were friendly and efficient. The facilities were complete and many were recently upgraded. Many sites had new concrete pads. There are many permanent residents but they made us feel welcome. The pool was clean and refreshing on a hot day. Showers were clean, had lots of room and were free. We'd would stay here again.
This was our first stay at an RV park so this is a new experience for us. The staff helped us park and were very helpful. Check in was friendly and everything was explained. They will lend you an internet cable for a $20 deposit, although we did not use it. The dog walking area is quite small but nobody seems to mind because everyone seemed to walk their dogs down the roads. There was no dog sign if you know what I mean. The park is very clean and well maintained. Showers and washrooms are immaculate. We would certainly stay here again. If this is RVing, then bring it on.