Callaway Park

4 reviews
Pets Allowed
Big Rigs

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Reviews (avg. rating 2.0)

| Next to amusement park

By user-4560868... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2017-07-24 to 2017-07-25

This campground is right next to Calaway Amusement park which is very convenient if you are going there. By the time we stopped that night after driving 11 hours they only had 2 sites left. One with electric only and one with no hookups. We took the one with electric and our traveling partners took the other one. It was just for one night so not an issue. Site was level and the campground was quiet in spite of it being so full. I did not check the shower or bathrooms out. I believe they also had a laundry one. There is a small store in the office with minimal supplies.

| Useless staff

By user-5388217... on 2018-07-06.

Nice park, close to the city; but the staff is completely useless and un-accommodating. More interested in making money than taking care of customers. Ps. You have to pay for the WiFi code, by day or minutes

| Won t stay again unless I have no choice

By user-unknown on 2019-08-09.

Well let s do the pro s first: the campsite is in a good location if you want to travel to Banff or go into Calgary, if you have kids with you - there is an amusement park that is your neighbour, laundry facilities are clean. Well that was it. Con s: there are not many pull through sites for large rv s like ours, two shower stalls in the women s washroom (for the whole campsite) - $2 will get you a decent length shower .. but.. when you hear a toilet flush be prepared for the shower pressure to change (over the few days spent here it would either go hot/cold or nearly stop all together, then resume). Now I come to a sore point (and most campsites seem to have the same issue) - the wifi. They show as having wifi but in fact you pay $5 a day for it. I don t mind paying if it works. This was the first campsite on this trip where it wasn t included in your campsite fee. You are given a code to use and it does change daily. Its one thing to say you have wifi but I feel they should be more upfront about it: the wifi is decent if you sit at the picnic table up near the office or use it in the laundry room. We were in the overflow area (aka the grassy field - after 4-5 days of straight rain it s now a mess) where you can barely check your email.. it would frequently kick back to data. I tried several times over a few days to send one picture (a jpg) to my daughter and each time I had to shut off the wifi and use my data to do it as it would gone out on their wifi. Why did we stay here then? Well when we called around, while still in the Jasper area, this was the only campsite that had ANY room over the Canada Day long wknd. In a pinch it is ok but we wouldn t stay again.



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