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Reviewed 18 July 2020

Park is run down. It is dirty, outdated, and falling apart. There is absolutely nothing positive about it. Tons of old trailers. Owners take on "new" seasonals as long as they can pay some of the fees. At the end of the season park ends up with garbage trailers abandoned and just standing there. Weird people, weird. Some have aggresive dogs and use construction fences around their site.

Nothing for kids to do

No rules whatsoever. Parties throughout the night. Loose dogs. Filthy washrooms and showers. Disguisting.

Few years ago people put up a car shelter tent and were doing body work there and painting cars. IN A "FAMILY" PARK!!!!

Whoever put positive reviews here is either related to owners and was paid to do so.
STAY AWAY

Date of stay: September 2019
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Hashi Ladak Campground and Rv Park, Owner at Jell-E-Bean, responded to this reviewResponded 7 August 2020

Dear customer, you are a seasonal camper, as you can see, we are always open to suggestions and complaints because you continue in this Camping if you do not like it ?.
Many clients have their multi-year trailers but they are very well cared for, they fix their park and they are good neighbours.
At Jelle Bean, we appreciate that. We invite you to come to our office and present your complaints to us, so we can look at them together. But at JB we do not discriminate against those who have an old trailer in good condition, clean and are good people, and neighbours, all is about have a good holiday and be happy.
And we don't have parties, and we control a lot of the noises.

In reference to what you talk about years ago, surely many things happened, but JB is in a process of great change, and it would be good if your good intentions point to that. Thank you

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Reviewed 19 February 2020

This park looks all happy go lucky from the drive past, SIKE! We were moving out of our old park cause the psychotic owners had driven us over the edge so we thought the move across the road would be a piece of cake. Oh boy we’re we wrong... the owners seemed nice from the beginning and that was awesome, the park is squeezed into a corner between hwy 60 and a little side road so getting our 32 foot trailer down would be a challenge, but that’s not the worst of it, these dumb morons don’t understand what autism is and how it affects people. They overheard from people across the road that our family was disruptive and a overall disturbance to all, so the owner took it upon his/her self (I could care less at this point) to call my family and say we and our autistic family member were not welcome in their park. Besides it looked like the place was built in the 50’s and left to rot which in all seriousness I pray it rots to the ground along with all the stuck up self centred guests and staff.

Date of stay: March 2019
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Jelle Beab Campground and Rv Park, Owner at Jell-E-Bean, responded to this reviewResponded 11 August 2020

Sorry for your unfortunate experience, Jelle Bean is under new management and we are doing our best to improve every day. I hope that this answer, although late, serves to make it known that this would not happen again.
Our most sincere apologies. Administration

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Reviewed 12 February 2020

The park is alright outdated but if you're looking for a place close to Collingwood you'd be alright there. The manager is great and helps out where he can. Just make sure you look your trailer ;) we went there at the end of the season so the park was empty.

Date of stay: October 2019
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Reviewed 4 September 2018

First, recognize we booked two days before a long weekend. So we read reviews and accepted that we needed to have an open mind.
Arrived after dark on Friday evening. Our trailer is 32 ft. No room at check in/gate to pull over, so we were instructed to pull forward into park. Park attendant assured us the park was all straight lines, we would be fine to turn around. Not the case.
We are experienced and skilled -but this park has very narrow obstructed turns. We had a very unpleasant hour of backing up, disturbing seasonals and generally guiding ourselves into very tight spots.
The park itself is old. Again, tried to be open minded. Did not go into public restrooms or pool.
Our site was on a corner, really, not big enough for 32 ft trailer. Left us little room for chairs, or truck. Fire pit inches from road. The only spot for truck had a new sapling planted.
Seasonals were helpful and friendly, sounds like they see people like us all the time- frustrated on the few sites that really aren't ideal for weekenders.
Two experiences of irresponsible dog owners, but that of course, can happen anywhere. One dropped at poop bag into our fire pit, and one let a rotweiler loose to explore the campground on his own, terrifying kids and small dog owners.
The picnic table on our site was completely rotten with one bench hanging and exposed rusty nails, we put it aside and used our own table. Told gate attendant when leaving and he apologized, said he had the wood to fix them this week.
Water taps leak - twice we found someone had turned it off on us. I get it, its not nice to listen to leaking, but its a bit intrusive to turn off someone else's water? We then left it off by choice.
In terms of Wasaga itself, beautiful town, great shopping, great beaches. You will want to drive to both, as this park is not located steps from anywhere.
Will plan ahead next time. This is a well loved, aged park for its seasonals, but not the best for weekenders.

Room tip: site 92 is a corner, not ideal for a large trailer
Date of stay: September 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Reviewed 18 July 2018

Been RVING since 1987. Been in a lot of Parks in Ontario/Maritimes and USA. On a scale from 1 to 100, this park would not even make the list. Small lots, horrible washrooms, main building should be torn down. Even the ice machine said " Ice sold out" we got there on a Friday and left on that Monday and still sold out of ice. Pool was closed. Drive through the park and it is disgusting. Thank God the beach was within walking distance. Collingwood and Wasaga Beach were great places to visit

Room tip: Do not go to this campground. A.Ward, Kitchener.
Date of stay: July 2018
Trip type: Travelled with family
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