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There are quite a number of what appear to be long-term trailers in the park - not all of which are maintained. We'll stay again, but only if it doesn't decline any further than it already has. We could not walk behind our trailer as the unit behind ours was no less than 12 inches from our back bumper.

Fire pits are at the front of lot right along side of road. Sewer hookups are set up so that you have to run your hose into your neighbour's lot to hook up.

It is also a major flight path for the airport and and is on a main highway, so quiet it is not.

We camped at Mountain View Camping in a Fifth Wheel. Anyplace would have to be better than staying here.

We camped at Mountain View Camping in a Fifth Wheel. Staff wasn't really rude, but not that friendly either. We camped at Mountain View Camping in a Fifth Wheel. What is disconcerting is that I called when making the reservation and asked specifically if they had full hook-ups.

Sites are sloping so you have to bring the front of your RV quite a bit up, left right is ok. The price charged is outrageous for what you get, the looks and feel just doesn't justify that price. Have to pay for showers and the internet was extra. Now mind you, this place is about 10-15 minutes away from other parks, so once you get there, you pretty much have to "put up with it" for the night lest you run around finding another park. So I give them a rating of 1 for lying, otherwise I would give them a 6.

Staff was excellent and very helpful the problem was the site we ended up in and the size of it.

Your picnic table which was tiny was right next to your neighbour's sewer pipe.

The site we were in was so close to the neighbours we could not have a fire, rings were not allowed in that particular area. The location was fine because we were going to the stampede and they did offer a shuttle for 10.00 per person to the stampede but left at 11am and did not come back until 6ish....decided to drive down and pay for parking. The staff here are lovely, friendly, helpful people.The view from our site was a parking lot and shed that the staff had lawn equipment in. We had a bit of a hiccup with one of our slides and they did all they could to help us out.They accommodated our need to stay an extra day even though they were busy. I will say, the park has declined some, which was disappointing.It used to look a lot neater, but this time we found deep ruts in mud in some of the sites (which could be a problem if it continues raining! For us, the nice young lady at the desk didn't seem to understand that we're a 40' motorhome with 3 slides. The location is great - easy access to Calgary or Strathmore.She put us in a narrow site (trees on both sides) and I had to run back to the office to request a change. Laundry and restrooms available, although I've never used either. The only thing this campground has going for it is its convenience to Calgary.No way could we fit into the one she'd assigned us, and yet we'd told her in advance what our unit was and it's size. We stayed here during the Oil Show and though we knew it was not a wilderness campground we were stunned to see how they pile units in.