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Moyie Lake Provincial Park, Cranbrook, British Columbia

Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $28.00
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I will start with the negatives first. Everywhere on the Internet it said this park had full hookups, even the tourist info centre told us this. It does not. They only accept cash so make sure you bring enough for your stay or you will end up making the 17 km trip back to town to get more (this is what happened to me - I thought it was 2011, who uses cash anymore?). Mosquitoes were awful. There is lots of standing water so this is probably the case every year. Now for the good stuff. This is a great campground. Very friendly staff, awesome beach a short walk away with great swimming for the kids. All sites are very large and spread out from the other sites. Great shade everywhere. Great for walking or biking. We camped at Moyie Lake Provincial Park in a Fifth Wheel.

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Kokanee Chalets, Crawford Bay, British Columbia

Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $35.00
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Great RV park. Lots of space, very quiet, and the huge Cedars all over the park are beautiful. Mosquitoes are bad, and there is standing water nearby, so if it is a mosquito year, this place will be swarming. Also, when booking, make sure you ask for a great site, or a specific number or they may stick you with an unpopular site. I would suggest site 50, or 52. If those are not available, then 28-31. We camped at Kokanee Chalets in a Fifth Wheel.

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