My mom recently bought a trailer at Leisure Time Park. It was a difficult decision for her, however the location was perfect as her parents and brother live in Orangeville.
She invited my dad, my boyfriend and myself up for the last long weekend of the summer.
We were relaxing, my dad had started barbequing when a park attendant came over and asked "Who's BMW this was?" My dad responded it was his. The attendants attitude was immediately rude and demanding. We had been advised by several other trailer park visitors that we could park our cars on a lot across from my mom's and behind her trailer.
We did agree to move our cars. I, in particular, was harrased by this attendant the whole time i was moving my car and my dads. Knocking on the window, telling us to hurry up, causing me to hit a fence.
After we moved our cars, the attendant parked his car for over an hour and a half and went and hung out with his friends across from my mom's trailer.
Later that evening we were all sitting out, chatting and keeping to our selves.
The same attendant, showed up and without asking nicely, went right in to threatening us about our radio(which was very low volume) and came back with the owner.
The treatment we got from the owner was disrespectful, as we were trying to advise how his employee had harrassed us even after we did as requested.
The following morning, the owner showed up again, would not listen to any of our reasoning, and advised that my dad (Over 65 years of age) was kicked out and banned. That we were kicked out of the park as well. We were treated like we were 18 year olds.
I understand there are rules and regulations, however, there are two ways of approaching a situation, and the attendant and owner decided to take the wrong approach and shown no respect or maturity.
When someone is paying to have a retreat for themselves and their familes, they do not want to be treated the way we were treated by this park.
On top of this, the 'beach' my mom was advised was there turned out to be an un-swimmable pond, and no where did we see a beach.
They charge per person coming into the park, charge the tenants there extra if it's their temporary residence, which is riduculous as it's a trailer park and most people stay at these places the majority of the summer.
I could go on and on about this park, but it would just be a waste of my time.
I advise noone waste any of their energy with this place.