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Handhills High Country Hideaway
Joanne Thompson said 3 years ago
Campsites are well treed. Beautiful wildflowers, very well maintained and clean. Owners / Operators are great, very friendly and accommodating. Only 1-1/2 hrs from Calgary, great for a weekend getaway. We will definitely be camping there more often. Only downfall is no WIFI, other than that, very impressed, loved it!
Gloria Sutherland said 3 years ago
Awesome campsite we love it here very friendly owners
Felix Wieler said 4 years ago
Excellent tent campsites with lots of shade and privacy. Owners were friendly and accommodating. Our group of four adults needed a tent campsite for the weekend in late July and, instead of placing us beside two young families with children, we received a more secluded spot with lush grass, raspberry bushes and trees. With a beautiful view of the sun setting behind fields and a crackling fire, it was exactly what we wanted. Washrooms were well maintained but showers were coin operated. Potable water was included, firewood was not. The only complaint I could make was that pricing was not upfront on their website. The posted rates include two adults and up to four children per site, we were told we would be charged an extra $5 per head for both nights. Any annoyance we had with the price, however, evaporated when we had a quiet, beautiful and clean campsite with no neighbours. All in all, I would highly recommend Handhills High Country Hideaway.
Alannah Farrell said 4 years ago
I've stayed here with my wife, mom, and son for 2 years in a row. The sites are wonderful and very affordable. Edit: unfortunately, after our experience this year I don't think we'll be returning. A large group was staying and apparently the quiet hours went out the window because of that - loud amplified music at all hours and raucous parties lasting until after 1 am. Also, being booked way over capacity meant filthy washrooms and hour long lines to shower. Not a family place but if you want loud all night parties I guess this is where you come!
Kelly Ingram said 4 years ago
Had an excellent weekend. Fun things for the kids to Do. The owners are amazing as well as the staff. I'd recommend it. Lots of fish in the pond. It was a super hot weekend and there was plenty of shade which is hard to find around alberta

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