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On north shore of Lesser Slave Lake, High Prairie, Alberta T0G 1E0 Canada
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jasminejazz_2014 wrote a review Aug. 2021
Grande Prairie, Canada74 contributions33 helpful votes
We stayed in Cabin 1 ( stayed there before). I was a bit disappointed because they replaced the living room pullout couch with a cheaper smaller couch. Used to be a double now it's a twin and super hard, not comfortable to sleep on at all. We tried using the oven this time and it took forever to cook anything. Most of the washer/ dryers were out of order. The heater units sound like they need to be serviced because they were extremely loud and turn on and off all night. The beach was clean and beautiful as always.
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Travelled
Room Tip: Bring your own food, restaurant is crapy.
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famillesimon2016 wrote a review Jul. 2021
Falher, Canada6 contributions2 helpful votes
Magnifique vacances en famille. Baignade, bateau, feu de camp... le bonheur. Les chalets sont tout équipé et très propres. On peut louer des pontons et le magasin offre plein de petits trésors. À répéter sans aucun doute !
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Date of stay: July 2021Trip type: Travelled
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Sn0wRunner wrote a review Aug. 2020
Fort St. John70 contributions34 helpful votes
We stayed 4 nights in mid August. Most sites we saw were quite large and were relatively easy to get in to. The full hook up sites were a little more crowded and not as close to the water. Power and water sites (no sewer) were more private and some bordered the lake. If you're in an RV and the kids want to sleep in a tent, be prepared to spend an extra $37/night. (I suspect there may be some wiggle room in this, but this is what they told us). The lake is the primary attraction here, so if the weather is bad you'll need other activities to keep from getting bored. There are grassy areas for lawn games. If you forget anything the on site store has just about anything you'll need, but the price is understandably higher than in town. All in all, a good destination camping location.
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Date of stay: August 2020
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SHack44 wrote a review Jun. 2020
Sherwood Park, Canada8 contributions1 helpful vote
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What a beautiful resort Shaw’s Point!! This past weekend we stayed in cabin 3. Let me tell you the view was beautiful! Thought we were at the ocean!! It was a successful fishing trip! Weather wasn’t totally cooperating but that didn’t stop us from enjoying our trip! Facilities were super clean and staff very friendly and helpful! At the restaurant even though we brought food for breakfast.... well we ended up eating every morning there! The fella did an amazing breakfast and was so nice!! A BIG 8/5 for his service!!!!!! Thank you Shaw’s Point resort! Look forward to our next visit!!
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Date of stay: June 2020Trip type: Travelled
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Gary B wrote a review Jan. 2020
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Alhough we were not using their facilities other than to launch the boat they were very helpful. I would go back there to camp for sure. The people at the front desk were on hand immediately to answer questions and to get us going on our fishing trip.
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Date of stay: June 2019
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Jenny D wrote a review Aug. 2019
163 contributions55 helpful votes
No whistle or tow line provided nor is there a ladder for if you choose to jump off and want to get back in. Huge safety risk. We had the newest boat which was not new. Weeds growing in it and some things held together with electrical tape. Other boats actually had plastic chairs on them. Carpet on it was brown and needed a clean. Simply gross.
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Travelled
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maymay wrote a review Aug. 2017
Fort St. John, Canada56 contributions14 helpful votes
Pros:Great parks for the kids, white sandy beach that isn't overcrowded, full rv hookups,a store that sells everything you can imagine, clean bathrooms with flush toilets and showers, picnic table and fire pit at sites, sani dumps at resort, you can rent a golf cart that has mobile sani dump to bring to your r.v. and you can rent boats. There's also a dog beach. Cons: you can't make reservations and you don't get to choose your campsite. Also, if you're meeting up with people, you can't pay for them ahead of time and hold a site for them next to you, becsuee... THERES NO RESERVING. Weather can change quickly and was windy alot so have warm clothes packed also. The restaurant at the resort was very filthy and I wouldn't eat at it. Overall, good resort but wish we could have chosen our sites as we were placed next to garbage and sani dump when there were tons of other vacant sites.
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Date of stay: August 2017Trip type: Travelled
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Jkchowen wrote a review Aug. 2017
19 contributions2 helpful votes
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Took our three grandkids camping. Large campsights. Great playground. Large sandy beach. Quite shallow so great for young kids. Showers require loonies or toonies so make sure you have some. Small supply store. We all had a great time.
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Date of stay: August 2017Trip type: Travelled
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