I had a long term stay at the inn and the camp site. Very limited service at the front desk 8:30 to 4:30. The parking lot turns to mud when it rains in the summer and you can walk through knee deep snow in the winter. Rooms do not have carpet and no dresser to put your clothes into but 6 coat hangers should be enough for whatever clothes you bring. The taps are noisy when you turn the water on and when you fill the tub the water is brown.
The camp sites are mud holes when it rains and the showers rooms are ugly and smell bad. The water pressure is low and the is no adjustment, just push a botton and you get whatever you get. There are only a few trees so mot much shade and the wind never stops, it's not a breeze but a howling wind most of the time. Whether you stay at the inn or the campsite you will have a bad experience unless you have low expectations or only stay for one night.
I stayed there for 15 months because the other camp ground was even worse and other hotels were much more expensive. I was happy when my work ended and I was able to escape the inn and the town of Wetaskiwin for good. Do yourself a favour and drive the 40 KM Camrose, it's a much nicer place and there is nothing in Wetaskiwin to see besides the Reynolds Museum.