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5 RV Parks near Alfred, Ontario
Jun 2013 - $28.00
Nice campground with lots of seasonal sites. They gave us a back-in but sent us down the wrong road to get into it. We ended up making it a pull-through by driving into the ballfield and into our site. Dumpsters were way out behind office. They have a cafe/restaurant but we didn't try it. Had issues with Wi-Fi - couldn't get on at site, had to go sit next to antenna for signal. Quiet and convenient to road. Rate reflect PPA and 50amp. - yesmar
Jun 2013 - $55.00
Place was packed when we arrived. Thank goodness we had a reservation. Site size okay, but not generous. E/W/S services worked fine. Leveling was easier than getting into the site was. It also required backing up and going through the next site to exit due to trees. Bumpy and narrow roads. - hug448844
Aug 2008 - $15.00
Narrow roads in park with tight turns. The power was very weak. Our spot was short and hard to get into. You would not want to go in this park with anything longer than 30 foot. Most of the spots were long term residents. WI-FI was very weak. - Awesome Navigator
Jul 2010 - $15.00
Very nice Mom and Pop campground with large level sites. A well maintained park. Majority of the campsites do not have shade. Park is located about 1/2 mile from a major highway. Our rate reflects Passport America price. - corky506
Aug 2013 - $40.00
We stayed here for a weekend in our tent trailer. The sites are a good size and clean. There are good facilities within walking distance. The showers are free. There is a nice small beach. - highguage
Jun 2009 - $49.00
While visiting Canada we decided to spent one night in Canada's equivalent of a US "State Park". This park had three campgrounds. We stayed in Portage in site 415. We were a long drive from the office. The sites were huge a private, but the electrical hook-up was in the bushes. Also, at midnight someone started to play an extremely loud movie, which woke us up and we could clearly hear every word. When we tried to call the office/rangers we got no answer. After 30 minutes the noise subsided, but I felt we were on our own if an emergency were to occur. Although I don't think there is a pool, there is a beach on the lake. Very pretty, but I probably wouldn't stay again. - Bradshaws
Jul 2017 - $35.00
The actual washroom building does not have adequate lighting -- we can barely see anything once the stall door was closed. We ended up using the bathrooms in the shower building. While the lighting was better, it was in a state of what we would consider to be disrepair. We ended up mostly did not use the facilities. The site we had was at the edge of the campground right along side a road. The tall tree took care of the privacy issue, but as we have a hybrid travel trailer, and it was really noisy at night. The other major issue is related to the security of the reservation process. While the reservation web form is HTTPS protected, it says right on the form that the "form is not stored on any site, it is emailed direct to the campground." Emailing credit card number is a big NO-NO, as it is not a secure medium. I ended up using my low-limit card that I would not mind as much should it get compromised. - Htt_AB
Aug 2016 - $30.00
Enjoyed meeting the manager and his daughter. Very helpful about local attractions and services.
Site 116 required 50 ft of hose for water no big deal.
Level parking area and quiet.
Would recommend to a friend . - Duke55
Jul 2016 - $31.00
Recreationland is close enough to Ottawa to make it an easy 30 minute drive into town to see the sites. It's very near the Ottawa River so sometimes it can get humid. It's right next to a road and during the day it can get a bit noisy, but at night it quiets down. While the campground is pretty, most everything is dated. The site (#139) was a pull-through, fairly new gravel, with lots of room between sites. There is a small picnic table and a small firepit. There is WiFi, and it's not too bad, but you have to pay for it ($15/week per device). The laundry has 5 new washer/dryers, about $2 per load. The bathroom is secure and fairly clean, but charges for a shower and is old. The swimming pool is small, but most people still enjoy it. The water pressure fluctuates considerably, from fairly okay to just a trickle, then back again; they are on a well system, apparently. The electrical power is marginal but I didn't have any problems from that. Everyone was friendly, but the owner is very strict about many things, including no carpets on the grass, charges for most amenities, and you can't move the firepits. Overall, a good value and a fairly quiet campground and would probably stay here again. - RobtL
May 2017 - $45.00
I am a seasonnal camper there at Kittawa there a new owner and lots of great improvement. I was there in 2009 to 2012 but left reason old owner now im back and what a differance. Must see. - peboki1
Jul 2013 - $54.00
This campground is almost entirely seasonal campers. They have about ten transient full hookup pull-through sites, all in an accessible open area. Their rates are very high, and they are reasonably close to a major highway. We did not use their bathroom or shower or laundry facilities, but they should be quite acceptable, given the overall good state of the park. The owners seemed friendly and helpful. The satellite access at the transient sites was very good. We might stay here again, but the price seems high. - wandrr