Daisy May Campground

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The Daisy May Campground is a prime Southern Alberta camping spot. It is located across the street from Western Canada’s oldest Golf Course as well as being within walking distance of historic down town Fort Macleod.



The Unesco World heritage Site, Head Smashed-in Buffalo Jump is a mere 20 minute drive. Waterton Lakes National Park, historic Crowsnest Pass, Frank Slide and the Remington Carriage Centre located in Cardston are within an hour or two drive. The Daisy May is located at the intersection of 2 major highways making it an ideal resting place for someone just passing by as well as an affordable family vacation destination


Unserviced Sites – $25 | P/W – $29-$35 | P/W/S – $32 – $35

Campground website: www.daisymaycampground.com
Campground reservations: Telephone
Phone number: 1(403)553-2455

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Author review:
Posted in Calgary Campground Reviews, Lethbridge
5 comments on “Daisy May Campground
  1. AMANDA says:

    Terrible: Worst Campground Ever!!!
    My family and I stayed at the Daisy May Campground and will NEVER be staying there again! I will definitely NOT BE RECCOMENDING that anyone stays there. The campground is over ridden with cats that leave feces everywhere. I own a dog and was cleaning up more cat feces from around our campsite then the dog. The family that owns the campground are extremely rude and are out to get your money for everything….the showers are a dollar for 30 seconds of water time, so if you going to have a shower make sure to have $20 in loonies, the fire pits have to be rented, the fire wood is way overpriced and even if you rent the fire pit and buy the fire wood….do not think about having a fire because the couple that owns the campground will come over and tell you to put it out by 9pm. And do not think about leaving early if you are actually daring enough to stay there because the owner will come up with many excuses on why they cannot refund your money. The campground is a mess with garbage everywhere. There is junk piled high all around the campground (car batteries, loose metal, old broken down cars). The mini golf course was not maintained and is falling apart. The pool area was disgusting. The only amenity the campground had that was half decent was the child playground; however it is not very big. The Old man River alongside the campground isn’t very pretty to look at… there is rebar and concrete sticking out everywhere and by the river is where the owners of the campground like keep most of their junk. Finally, the campground says it is a family friendly campground well my family was the only family there. So for these reasons I WILL NOT BE RECCOMMENDING this campground to anyone I know!!

  2. Rosanna neels says:

    I have stayed at this campsite a few times over the past few years and have spent well over a thousand dollars here. that being said. i will not go there again. the owners are extremely rude. i stayed there a couple weeks ago and called to book it again and she was mad because she said we had left dog poop everywhere and garbage when we left! i checked the campsite and did not see any garbage before we left. and we don’t even own a dog! i tried explaining this to the owner and she was very rude about it! it is a nice enough campground but not worth the $. i wanted to book another sight and we had to pay double because we had another couple who were going to stay on the same sight as us. that’s 52$ a night for a dry campsite! way overpriced. definitely would not recommend this site! someone else needs to take this campsite over who has some people skills because they sure don’t! will tell anyone to avoid this campground!!

  3. Nicole Bach says:

    We have been staying at Daisy May as a tradition for the past six years. However after last July we will NEVER stay there again. The owners are extremely rude and disrespectful. I came into the campground to register for our annual site, my husband let me out of the truck and the jerk from the office that they had working for them proceeded to yell at my husband for driving too fast around a 90 degree turn to our campsite which is 15 feet away from where he stopped the truck to let me out. The wife who is at the counter continued to be raid me that if we couldn’t obey the rules that we should leave. She had the audacity to say that he must not have stopped the truck to let me out – yah right, he was driving excessively and I just opened the door to fall out of the truck. The jerk came at my husband with his golf cart (which he thinks is a police car)and yelled at him in front of our 8 and 9 year old daughters and the other campers – my girls were crying. We were so embarrassed and humiliated. WELCOME to DAISY MAY!!!! They wouldn’t even accept the logic that it was impossible for my husband to be driving that fast when he just let me out of the truck, they even refused to look at the cameras monitoring the campsite to prove that they flew way off the handle and owed us an apology. We constantly felt that we were being excessively watched for the four days we were there to screw up so they could kick us out. If it wasn’t for kids being excited to do our traditional camping trip we would have left immediately. The mini golf course has never been fixed or repaired in the years we have been there. The beach volleyball court is more like a gravel pit, the pool is nice but the workers and owners come in to check wristbands are intimidating and rude. No customer service no smiles!! They don’t even like all the kids there – SELL the campground already if you don’t like it there!!!!!!!!!! We strongly urge any of our friends with small kids not to camp there or anyone else that asks about camping Daisy May is never going to get support from our family!

  4. michel says:

    Just not à clean or well kept campground would not recommend, not very proud owners whoever they are. Overpriced for What they have. We stayed here two nights while travelling through US and Canada

  5. Jeanette says:

    The comments in 2012 and 2014 leave me wondering if this would be a good place to stay in July 2016. Does anyone know if it is the same “rude” owners … and has the place been cleaned up at all or the mini golf repaired ??? We are taking friends from Japan around the Unesco sites, and Head Smashed in is so close to this Campground.

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