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Love this park. Beautiful scenery and well run park. Only downside is the train line within about 500 meters. If you are a light sleeper they could problematic. Did not bother us and we will return next year.
The park itself is very nice. The site we had was small and hilly but liveable. All was good until about one hour in the park. The CN rail west and west lines are right outside the park between the 400 and Oastler Park. The...More
My other half and I went to Oastler PP for the first time and we both weren’t to impressed. All the camp sites are really close to the road, there aren’t enough bathrooms and comfort stations and the ones they do have are outdated and...More
My husband and I camped on site 306 for 4 nights in July 2019. The site was clean and spacious with 2 picnic tables and a firepit. Plenty of room to park our truck and still enjoy the outdoor space.
There is a swimming spot...More
1st time we visited this park we did not like the trains lol after 2nd, 3rd time we don't even notice them and when we do we enjoy them, would not be the same without the train horn, if u want bring some ear plugs...More
Booked for a week long camping at this park , but we had to pull the plug after just one night , if you camp in a tent , you will not get any sleep at all!
We went there knowing trains track are near...More
Our group of 9 pitched tents and set up our cook stations near the shore of Oastler Lake. We did canoeing, cycling, SUP Boarding and gathered around the campfire It was a quiet park wheret parking space for vehicles was available that were not allowed...More
I was pleasantly surprised there were still lake-side campsites available on short notice. Although I was a little concerned about the train noise I tend to sleep soundly and can fall asleep again quickly after briefly waking so I wasn't too worried. While the trains...More
Hey! I’ve been to Oastler Lake a couple years ago for a weekend and there is a park store. The train went buy a few times but you get use to it and barely notice it (if you’re a super light sleeper earplugs may come in handy... More
Hey! I’ve been to Oastler Lake a couple years ago for a weekend and there is a park store. The train went buy a few times but you get use to it and barely notice it (if you’re a super light sleeper earplugs may come in handy but I only heard it once throughout the night). The dog beach isn’t huge but it works well for all dogs, we brought our lab/Bernese mix and there was more than enough room for her a several other big dogs to run and swim. Perks is if you keep walking up to the right of the dog beach there is a nice cliff to jump off of. We definitely enjoyed Oastler Lake as we’re going again this weekend coming. Hopes this helps!