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The Best Camping Experience Ever

I’m looking for what all of you think would be the best camping experience ever.

What do you dislike in a RV Park/campground? What would you love to see in a RV Park/campground? Unique ideas/suggestions are welcomed also!

Thanks Edmonton!

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  1. We usually look for an open area to play games like boce ball, beersby, lawn games,etc.

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  2. Most are nothing more than a glorified parking lot with utility hookups, too cogested, no privacy and no contact with nature, after all, that is what camping is all about, contact with nature.

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  3. Love RV lots with swimming pools

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  4. Lots of trees, lake for boating and a must is showers. A person on site for security

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  5. Privacy is a must…accessible trails for those w mobility issues easy entry washrooms, office, store etc. Free showers. Clean beach. No smoking/alcohol off own site. Clear signage as to stall numbers.

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  6. Ruth Chalk Ruth Chalk says:

    Well if you like the mountains and hiking cadomin

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  7. I look for lots of trees and privacy, showers (free is best but I’m fine with paying for them), I don’t mind outhouses but I love when there’s flushing toilets. A big fire pit is awesome, clean beach and hopefully a play area for kids. I also love when wood is included in the fees and delivered to the site.

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  8. Amber Morin Amber Morin says:

    I like where we are. Hilah Ayers…. I would love to see some upgrades though.

    Dog Park
    Splash park (or updated park)
    Mini golf
    Pool
    Tennis court/ basketball court
    More trees
    Common fire pits (super big with seating)
    Clean laundry facility
    Clean shower houses with 2-3 locations
    Golf carts ( cuts down on traffic and more safe for kids)

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  9. Privacy and no drunken assholes making a nuisance of themselves.

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  10. Lyn Hessels Lyn Hessels says:

    Best camping: Jasper in June when all the elk are having calves. Its great to sit and watch the babies. Also bear cubs always out munching dandelions. I like camping off season before kids are out of school… much quieter. Jasper and campgrounds are also very walkable and there are lots of bike trails.

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