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This RV park is one of the best parks we have visited in the last four months! Easy on - off access to Interstate, yet far enough away to be very quiet! Very spacious site, with some shade. The staff was extremely nice and helpful! Will be coming back!

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Access to this park from I-5 is easy through residential area, past two schools, with 20 MPH during school days. Overall, a very nice RV park. All utilities worked properly, with no issues; In short from an overall facilities perspective, a nice place. Unfortunately the staff leaves a lot to desire. We arrived with motor home problems. We were waiting for parts to be shipped in, so not sure if stay would extend to one week. (You must inform park if you stay will be for seven days-last day free). We were told, no problem. However, when 7th day was needed they would not honor their commitment. We felt we were being penalized for having RV problems and needing to stay at their park for an extended time. Note, park was never near capacity. A second issue was making reservations. After 38 RV parks from Florida through Alaska and Canada, this is the first park which would not allow one person to reserve two sites. They obviously need some customer service training, as this is not a friendly park.

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Easy access from Hwy 97. Pull throughs easy and wide. Back-in sites roomy with lots of shade. Great staff and owner here.

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This is a First Nations park, next to recreated First Nations village of Ksan. A beautiful spot on the river, with great historical information provided. Be sure to visit when Ksan Heritage Dancers are performing.

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Nice park. However site was dirty: trash in trees and around site.. No one looking at condition of site before next person rents space.

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This is a very small RV park with ~40 sites. Mature trees on just about every site. We had a pull-through with easy access. 1.5 miles from freeway, far enough away for a quiet evening! Great family runs this RV park.

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Park is a turn-off on Hwy 37A going into Stewart, next to road maintenance yard. This is a nice campground with gravel/dirt roads in park. Campsites are slightly elevated gravel and grass sites. Only 1 pull-through that I saw and only a pull-through if you drive through an empty site. No fires at campsite, unless dry camping. Has a common campfire area, with multiple fire rings. Free firewood for your use.

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Access to park is off Yellowhead Hwy (16) North through town of Hazelton. 50Km speed limit. Must cross awsome 1-lane bridge at bottom of hill on way in, so go slow. Park roads are all paved, with long pull-throughs. Sits right on Skeena River. This is a great campground, next to Ksan Village. Village and campground is part of Gitanmaax First Nations business effort. If you are traveling Highway 16, put this stop on your schedule; well worth it!

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Small campground on major highway into city. New gravel on roads and sites. Heavy rains had water standing in many places. Lot of noise from highway.

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Small campground located right on river. Site was all grass. Even with heavy rains, grass was not a problem. Great quiet campground!

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Average campground. Hard to get to: on a service road off the main highway. Had to go through a round-about to get onto service road. Sites were not clean. When full ,each level location has two sites, with RV's back to back.

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Spaces were very small, packed in against next site. With a 38' rig, had to backup twice to make turns to get to site. Price was outrageous! Will not go back.

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Great little campground! Loved the antiques! Though no fault of the campground, the flies were horrible.

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Overnight spot in the back section (over hill from Freeway). Quiet. Was a little tight getting in and out of the space. Overall, a good stop over location.

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Very nice campground. Huge area, with separate camps throughout property. Perfect spot for all activities in Black Hills area of SD.