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Based on 2 people per night in Canadian Funds

Basic Site: $39.00
Elec. Only(15 amp): $44.00
Full Hook-up(30 amp): $49.00
50 amp: $6.00 extra
$2.00 for each add. person and 13% tax

Cabins: $94.00
$5.00 for each add. person and 13% tax
 
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Lucy M
Unknown
Friday, July 27th, 2015
We'd been staying mostly at Provincial Parks and then, although Sleeping Giant came highly recommended, we instead opted to spend 3 nights at Happy Land and are so glad we did.  So many amenities and a great place for kids with a heated pool and lots of playground equipment.  The park is very well maintained and the owners are friendly, helpful and very accommodating.  Kakabeka Falls, which is fabulous, is nearby and the town has everything you need if you've run out of something.  Thunder Bay is closer than if we'd stayed at Sleeping Giant.  If in the area again, will definitely stay at Happy Land.
Admin's Comment: Thanks so much for choosing us! We hope you visit again.
Bryan
Wisconson
Friday, July 10th, 2009
We want to thank you so much for providing such special surroundings for us and all our freinds and family, your campground is by far the best in the entire Thunder Bay area. It's kind of a shame but I feel that to advertise might jeopardize the fact that Happy Land is like a good trout creek, the more people you tell the less fish are available, so we'll leave the promotional stuff to you. One important factor when we camp in this area is that it's almost an embarrassment for our visitors to pay huge sums of cash for coming to see us, your policy is fair and because of that and the immaculate condition of the showers, restrooms, campgrounds and pool,we will be repeat customers. Thank You, KUDOS
Admin's Comment: We look forward to seeing you again, thanks very much for the glowing review. :)
Nicole Ernewein
Dryden, ON
Monday, August 18th, 2008
Our baseball team had the privledge of staying @ Happyland this past weekend and we were very happy with the hospitality we received. We are already in the process of staying there next year and by the sounds of things, a few more Dryden teams might also. The park and all the facilities they have to offer were very clean. It was only a 2 minute drive for something to eat and to the ball diamonds. The pool was the best feature as it was very hot on Saturday and jumping in the Pool was appreciated more than words can say. If anyone ever has a chance to enjoy this campground, by all means don't hesitate.
Admin's Comment: Thanks very much for the comment, we're very glad you enjoyed your stay.
Jon Hudema
Calgary, AB
Monday, May 29th, 2006
I recall at a young age, maybe 6 or 7 years old, riding on your ferris wheel and being so scared they had to stop the ride! My brother, on the other had, enjoyed the wheel very much. I really loved the train ride though and I remember that the area where your park is located is simply beautiful. I grew up in Thunder Bay and always had fond memories (despite my single ride on the ferris wheel) whenever passing by in my adult years. I am very happy to see you are still in business.
Admin's Comment: I think we should set up the terror wheel again. oops, I meant ferris wheel. Thanks for the comment :)
Christina Smeltzer
Thunder Bay, ON
Thursday, April 6th, 2006
I stayed at Happyland when i was a child with my family, Every summer we would go there and stay in the tenting area. I remember the owners had a german sheppard called prince or princess ... It has been years. There was also a Shiners Clown who had a mobile home right behind the store where he would teach us how to golf on the sand. :grin I have many many memories of happyland and the people who own and ran it. everytime we would go in to the store, we would get candy. One day i remember being so brave that we wanted to walk to the falls .. that is quiet the hike on a hot day ... should have listened and took a ride ...lol  
I would like to know how everyone is that i remember. That would have been at least 20 years ago... oh how memories are forever.
Admin's Comment: I'm Andy, son of the owners, and it's great to hear of someone that remembers Princess, AND the shriners clown. I remember playing golf on his campsite too and it's been 15 to 20 years. I didn't know that he was a shriners clown though.
Last Updated ( Monday, 10 August 2015 )
 
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