We stayed here 4 nights in the campground mid week in the summer. Compared to booking campgrounds in provincial parks, this place was a breeze. Piles of open serviced sites. That may be because there is a strict no drinking/cannabis policy that is readily enforced but it also keeps the rowdy crowd out.
Campsites were super clean, washrooms a little tired but ok. Showers take 25 cents. Campfire wood was $8.50 for a good sized bag of nice dry wood. Staff all seem to be fairly friendly. A very good place to camp.
We did the river tubing which was decent, no lines (mid week) although the lack of solenoid of a shuttle was taxing on small kids. Make sure you bring your reservation for tubes with you as mine didn’t make it to the system but I had emails to show I had paid.
I have read here that the conservation tubes are old and maybe ret outside the park, but it appears they have all new tubes this year and they have nice back rests and water bottle holders. The tube run is 50 minutes; I read “2 hours” quite a bit here but that’s probably including the walk and launching time but you can run as many times as you want.
All in all worth a stay.