The Happy Camper Campground
The Happy Camper Campground is a campground located in Buena Vista.
Mailing address: Box 401, Regina Beach, SK S0G 4C0
Our beautiful 50 site RV Campground is located a convenient 25 minutes from Regina and 5 minutes from the resort town of Regina Beach, village of Buena Vista and village of Lumsden Beach. All sites have 30 amp power hookups, parking for RV and boats, sewer service and are close to washrooms and coin operated showers! We are proud to provide a quiet natural camping experience! Sweet Pea's Greenhouse and Homemade Pies and Jams is located near the campgrounds....Yum!! Stop in for all your fresh vegetable/fruit/jam and flower needs!
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Places to eat within 5km of The Happy Camper Campground include The Waterfront Beach Bar & Grill, Tumblers Pizza, and Blue Bird Cafe.
Reviews for The Happy Camper Campground, Buena Vista
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Fri 21 Aug 2009
Positives: The campground is located in the Lumsden beach area and is very secluded, it has been built on open pasture with some treed areas and a lot of back brush. We saw lots of birds and that was nice. The campground has lots of room to grow and it would look a lot cleaner if the back brush was cut. The trees would also grow much bigger if the dead fall was cleaned up in and around the trees.
Negatives: The floor in the washrooms if very slippery I and my wife and our two kids all almost fell a few times after showering. Proper fire pits and firewood would have been nice. As this is open pasture land the wind was a bit much at times. The owner wants cash for everything. I get the felling that the owner isn’t a business person at all and could learn some people skills.
Comments: This campground although fairly new, seams run down or poorly taken care of. The roads within the campground are beyond washboard, and when pulling your trailer through the campgrounds take care to go very slowly as the potholes are many. The washroom facilities are clean, however you have to pay for the shower and the water warm to very cold. You also cant drink the water, however the smell will turn you off anyways. The host (owners) is very picky about how you park your trailer. If you were going to stay for an extended visit don’t plan on doing you laundry in the campground unless you want to re mortgage your home. In talking with many of the seasonal campers they seam unimpressed with the park management and feel like they are being nickel and dimed.
Wed 12 Aug 2009
Positives: Clean washrooms- (Coin operated showers, minimal time, water luke warm at best)
Negatives: Seasonal Campers Beware: Rules changed daily without any notice, depends on the owners mood. Lots of hidden costs after you pay for the seasonal site which is a steep fee to begin with, extra for the sewer tank, extra for the sewer tank dumps, extra for 15 amp power, only 30 amp which trips regularly is included with the anual fee, extra if you want to have guests at your site, $5.00 per person and all the extras are to be paid cash with no official receipt. The entire campground is overrun with gophers and gopher and badger holes which was never addressed by the owner.The owner does not clear the dead trees out of the brush,so the dead trees have fallen into the sites causing damage.You Must get the owners approval to plant any tree on your site but beware you are paying for the improvements to his campground as there is absolutely no compensation to the camper.
Comments: This campground is very poorly managed. The owner complains about everything that the seasonal camper wants to do. The camp sites were serviced with water and electricity only. Almost all landscaping improvements to the sites were financed by the seasonal camper, trees planted, crusher dust or gravel,fence panels. When you want to leave the site you are expected to leave all improvements without any compensation from the owner. We were very disappointed in this campground,it had great potential but it seemed that the campers were a bother to the owner.
Wed 01 Jul 2009
Positives: Close to Regina, coin operated laundry on site (but was quite costly to wash and dry a load of laundry)
Comments: The property has tons of gopher/badger holes which become a real risks after dark when taking a walk. Our experience was that one day it would be ok with the owners for us to cut some overgrown grass around our trees, and the next day it would not. It was the same with any type of small improvements we would want to make, such as bring in gravel at our own cost. Garbage was only picked up once a week rather than daily. When the owners had a problem with a seasonal or overnight camper, they would talk about the problem with the other campers rather than going right to the person that the problem was with. This caused alot of animocity throughout the campground and led to alot of misunderstandings and inappropriate behaviors. The owners wanted everything paid for with cash, no cheques. There were alot of little extras that came about after the "seasonal camping fees" were paid. No receipts were issued for the extra fees that we had to pay. Nothing much for smaller children to do but swing on the swing sets that were not anchored down in any way and one small teeter totter. There was also a volleyball/badminton net put up but that was for older children and or adults.
Prices should be used as a guide only and may vary with room and dates chosen. Lower pricing may be available via booking system. Please note all distances are approximate, and may not reflect driving or travel distances.