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Old 08-04-2021, 04:31 PM   #1
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Best Campsite in Canada

The DW and I just booked a week in a campsite for $120
Full hookups power sewer and water and the best WiFi you can imagine.
Located in a rural area close to a major center.
Beautiful grass area with trees so no wind to blow the canopy off the side of the trailer. No gravel pad and no dust and noise.
It is like winning a lottery!
We spent 4 days at twenty bucks a night and had to leave for a family commitment.
Returned for another week and might stay for a month.
In 50 years of camping we have never seen anything like it!
Very close to lakes and other amenities.
CAN YOU TOP THAT?
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So... are you gonna tell us the name?
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So... are you gonna tell us the name?
Here is a hint. There is a major event held their every year!
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Canada is a very big place and has many events each year.
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Hmmm. Can I top that? Maybe.

This was the view from our campsite on the lake in Peter Lougheed Provincial Park (which would be a national park in any other country, but Canada has very high standards). It was mid-September. After a rainy and snowy night, we stepped outside to THIS:


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No hookups, though.
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Hmmm. Can I top that? Maybe.

This was the view from our campsite on the lake in Peter Lougheed Provincial Park (which would be a national park in any other country, but Canada has very high standards). It was mid-September. After a rainy and snowy night, we stepped outside to THIS:


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No hookups, though.
With a view like that who needs hookups!
You lucky people!
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in Calgary?
Nope about a 3 hr drive. From the northeast.
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Cultus Lake near Abbotsford
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No but it's time to tell.
The place is a little town called Dewberry in East Central Alberta.
They have Chuck wagon races there during the summer.
Fantastic people!
Unfortunately we won't be returning there as health issues and old age dictate our departure from Rving.
Bless all of you and keep the wheels turning.
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No but it's time to tell.
The place is a little town called Dewberry in East Central Alberta.
They have Chuck wagon races there during the summer.
Fantastic people!
Unfortunately we won't be returning there as health issues and old age dictate our departure from Rving.
Bless all of you and keep the wheels turning.
Ted, you didn't happen to live in Sedona, AZ at one time, did you? I remember someone named Ted Lambert there in the late 70s.
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