68 or 69 are nice. There is a hill where point of the "v" is. all are pretty good sites, but one is reversed hookups just watch the site descriptions.
map is here http://www.pc.gc.ca/pn-np/mb/riding/visit/visit10b.aspx
Bearhawk (n): A Plansbuilt Amature Aircraft. An expensive hobby that was replaced by 2007 29FBS Jayco Jayflight G2 & 2008 F350 Crew with 6.4L Diesel
At least this adventure flew off the drawing board and running out of fuel is not as dangerous!
We are camping in the park right now, it's pretty quiet before the Canada Day long weekend crowd arrives. For anyone using a GPS to get to the park a piece of advice - don't follow the directions from Garmin and go to the Riding Mountain east entrance. That entrance is an original "ceremonial" entrance and there is a weight restriction posted just past the entrance, the weight limit is about half of what a HD pickup weighs.
The back track to the main entrance to the park cost us about 50 more miles.
Were looking at camping there this fall, and wonder if anyone has any site recommendations for the park, or at least any sites to avoid. We have a 40Foot RV and would like electric only.
We have stayed at Wasagaming in Riding Mountain twice in September,first time in 2008, and again in 2011.We stayed in the full hookup section of the campground both times,had pull through sites. Not many people in the campground, so it was very peaceful.
Five night stay starting the second week of September in '08 was $176.50 for the site,plus park entrance fees.
In 2011 we were there for the Labor Day weekend, and had to move to 3 different sites in order to stay for the 6 days we spent there, because we couldn't get reservations for just one site for the whole time.I don't know what the cost was for camping this time.
Some sites are a lot better than others;campground is quite hilly, so some sites slope a lot more than others (generally the slope is the length of the site,maybe some from side to side). I can't tell you which ones are the worst for slope as I didn't make note of that in my camping journal.