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4 RV Parks near West Guilford, Ontario
Nov 2015 - $38.00
We stayed a weekend. The beach is a mess, duck poo everywhere. The docks are can't be walked on. Lane going in almost ripped the bottom of our trailer out.
Nothing to do, almost deserted. We asked for firewood and was never delivered. Host weren't on site almost the whole weekend. You have to fend for yourself. Nothing for the children to do. the climb on thing was so old and smelly. Sites are badly uneven. - Sue Kaas
Jul 2013 - $38.00
Quiet peaceful campground right across the road from Pine Lake, just about 10 min north of Haliburton. Several seasonal sites. Campground website needs be updated. It lists “fully serviced sites” but the overnight sites we saw only had grey water hookup and no black water (sewer) hookup which meant we had to visit the dump station at the end of our stay. Also, the website lists 30 amp service but our site had a 30 amp fuse inserted in a 15/20 amp box which still doesn’t make it 30 amp service. We moved over to a true 30 amp site the next day so that we could run our a/c and other items at the same time without blowing the breaker. This could be a great campground if improvements are made. The owner was pleasant. - naturelover
Jul 2013 - $35.00
"Horrible owners and park". First impressions are everything, and when you pull up to this campground, the first impression you get is it is a dumping ground. The first thing you see when you arrive are 2 huge dumpsters/storage units place in front of the owners house, you see the garbage and recycling containers. Once you move past that, the next thing you see is the owners have used a camping space for their own storage, although there is plenty of storage (the old owners never had their stuff all over the place.) The current owners have a huge boat (which isn't even allowed on the lake), a flat bed with tons of chain link fencing, a trailer, just randomly parked by their house. The new thing they have added, is a very pathetic "rope" to keep trespassers out. This is very inconvenient having to get in and out of your vehicle each time we want to leave to go into town. In all the years we have been here, there has never been anything like this. They have raised our rates by close to 30%, and they have taken so much away from us. We are now responsible for our own lawn maintenance, we now have to pay for hydro, and we don't get our winter storage fee deducted from our fees. The opening weekend there was no running water, or use of the washrooms, because the lines were frozen. Again, in all the years we have been there, we have never experienced anything like that. There are so many empty lots, we counted at least 15! That should tell you something about the new owners and how people see them. They have no people skills, the lady owner is just plain rude! Her famous response is "well if you don't like it, pull your trailer off our property!" We have all been bullied into staying. We no longer can sell our trailers privately, we just have to pull them off, which is expensive and costs us to loose the value of our trailers. Overall, definitely not the same park, horrible owners. I do not recommend this park to anyone. - seasonal_camper
Jun 2012 - $35.00
Potentially a nice park. Rough around the edges, and poorly kept. Sites tend to be messy, and campers loud at night on long weekends. Pool was supposed to be open, but was still green from algae, and cold although promised to be heated. Bathroom tidy early in day, but wet and messy by midday. Owners were rude to campers when told pool was not open until after a pot-luck dinner, (although why they would want to swim in the pool in the condition it was is beyond me?) Not much going on in this park and other campers as seasonals avoided and grumbled about the owners non-stop... not a happy place to visit. Won't be back. Too bad. - camping folk
Jun 2010 - $40.00
This park has a nice pool, that's about it. Although my 2 year old was not allowed in even with swimming diapers. I have to warn you about the 'sheriff'. She drives around on her golf cart screaming at people with her cowboy hat and badge. Her husband was driving the tractor for wagon ride and the display she put on I will never forget, in front of all the horrified kids. The language and threats she was spewing I don't hear on my hockey teams bench. She made a huge scene in which brought everyone out of their trailers to see what was going on. Because some kids were driving down her road to their cottage. Unbelievable. - barrie_camper
Jul 2016 - $37.00
This is a very rustic campground and typical for northern Ontario. Roads are dirt and sites are grass. Very rough road heading to our site. We had, I think the best site in the park. Not level but satisfactory. Nice view of the bush. - coehotrodder
Jul 2018 - $43.00
Camp sites are located among tall pine trees so there is a lot of shade at all times of the day. It felt like were camping in a big forest. It was a bit tight getting into the site with our 36 foot motorhome but really no problem. There were nice trees between our site and our neighbors. The washroom facilities were older but clean. It took quite a long time to get hot water in the showers. The WIFI at our site was excellent. We appreciated the quiet, natural environment. - MkvCjv
Aug 2016 - $35.00
Called ahead and said I had a big rig and was told it would not be a problem. I was given a pull through site. It was a tight squeeze getting in and there was no way I would be able to pull out forward when I left. The owner needs to do some major tree trimming through out the park to make it big rig friendly.
This campground is in need of some sprucing up as far as the facilities go. The location is great and if you have a smaller rig it will do fine. Definitely not big rig friendly as it is now. - cypressdrive
Jul 2016 - $35.00
Although this park is not in immaculate condition, it is a natural hidden gem. We prefer wilderness camping over RV parking lot type parks, and absolutely loved this park. With mature trees and spacious sites you get a real feel of wilderness camping like at Algonquin park, yet you have 30amp, a pool (mind you it's pretty cool but covered in a greenhouse so air is very hot), and free wifi that worked! There is a small playground. Our kids had freedom to play and be kids here. If you are looking for a Disney quality resort this place will not be for you, but if you want a peaceful camping experience for families in a natural environment than this park is awesome! We will be back! We were in site C7 which is a large pull thru and had no issues getting in or out with our 40' rig. - Siaylaaa