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Country Lane RV Park (Seasonal Only), Okotoks, Alberta

Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $38.00
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We've stayed at this campground several times over the last few years and always enjoyed it. The sites are clean and a reasonable size, not too difficult to access. Washrooms are a bit of a walk from some sites, but they're accessible and clean. Staff are always friendly and knowledgeable. The only issue we have is the wi-fi. It's Tengo, and I really think that having to pay up to $4.95 for a day of use is not necessary. Internet costs are static, once the network is set up, and could be easily maintained. But this is their decision. But each day our Tengo connection was over-ridden by a local network that is apparently no longer even functioning, so we had to reconnect each time we turned the lap-top on. Annoying, but even worse was times when we had no internet access for several hours at a stretch, and no recourse for repair/support without making a phone call ourselves. And then we received our credit card statement - and we were charged US exchange! That just is not acceptable. None of the internet issues is the responsibility of the campground, but we've reduced our rating from 10 because of this. If they had their own internet, with local support and even charged an extra dollar or two a day for campers to have the privilege of using it would make much more sense to us. We camped at Country Lane RV Park (Seasonal Only) in a Travel Trailer.

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Lumby Lions Campground, Lumby, British Columbia

Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $25.00
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We reserved here, expecting water/30 amp hookup, to discover that the park had been overbooked, and we could get 15 amp connection at a distance, and water shared with the next site (because the person who took our reservation didn't communicate with the hosts, and a family reunion had been booked for all sites a year ahead). We chose to fill our fresh water tank and had sufficient for our stay, and our nightly rate was reduced from $29. The hosts were great, the campground was tidy, washrooms clean. It's a little rustic and lacks the convenience of wi-fi, but overall it was a nice place to stay. We camped at Lumby Lions Campground in a Travel Trailer.

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