This was okay for a night. The sites are down the hill. If no one is in the office,the available sites are listed. You can go to a site then later walk back up the hill to the office to register. I had a reservation so my name and site were shown on the office door. Coffee was available, but it cost $2.00. The WiFi worked/did not work/worked/did not work/etc. I stayed here previously in 2007 and would stay again for a night. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed here one night over Labour Day weekend and it was packed and noisy. The interior roads seem a bit narrow and we witnessed one trailer hitting a truck as it tried to squeeze by. We also did not appreciate the ATVs that drove through the campground and took off down the "walking" trail we were about to take a walk on. The water spigot at our site leaked so bad it was flooding our neighbors' site. I called and left a message at the office, but nobody came around to investigate it. I would not stay here again even though the Wi-Fi is really good and that is very important to me. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nothing special about this place. Sites were tight and mostly gravel and dirt. The roads were the same. Only about 5 sites in the entry were good size and had grassy areas. There were many permanent residents in the back two rows. Our awning just about touched the neighbors slide. There was Wi-Fi, but we found it to work faster while we were outside. Maybe 3 TV channels were available, but so much static not enjoyable to watch at all. Sure there's no train noise - BUT traffic noise from the road was continuous during the day. At night it was quiet. We would go down the highway in search of a better park next time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Gravel roads and sites. Due to recent water problems some sites were rutted and some closed. Pot holes and very soft areas in roads; our 45’ had problems maneuvering; pre-plan your exit. Bathroom and showers are clean, but showers are small; pool was closed; price seemed unreasonable for its current condition We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very close together sites. Typical of Canadian RV parks. Good WiFi. Bathroom doors slamming til 11:30 pm and beginning again at 4:30 am limited our sleep. Tent area adjacent to our site, and tenters slamming car doors also contributed to the noisy atmosphere here. Good for overnight, as there are no other parks in Cache Creek. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good overnight stop. Located just off the highway but noise was not a problem. Pull through sites are long but a little narrow. Sites and interior roads are gravel with room for big rigs. Two nice walking trails located on site to walk the dog. Owners are very friendly and helpful. No problems with Wi-Fi. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The amenities were fine. Camping spaces are stacked on top of each other, with very little room between campers. Highway noise was very irritating (it is just off the highway). I would not recommend this campground. It seemed as if they were more interested in collecting our $$ than providing a decent stay. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Discount was $35.70 with Good Sam discount. Not really worth it but not much else around. Wi-Fi worked great for about an hour, then went dead. Could not get it to work again. Would not stay here again for the price they charge. We were desperate as so many others, so we paid the price. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A very nice spot to stop for a night. The spots are easy to maneuver and they provide fire pits with wood for sale. The wireless worked but the signal was quite weak where we were on the back row. They have a small gift shop with basic necessities and offer a discount at some of the local restaurants. Over all I would recommend this place. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Shady park like an oasis in a mini-canyon that protects it from highway noise. Spaces fairly close, but still had a campground look and feel. Excellent Wi-Fi connection. Very pleasant, wouldn't have minded staying another day or two. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have stayed at this park previously in 2005 going to and from Alaska. This park is clean, well maintained and very easy to get into the sites and into the entrance off Highway #1. We stayed here twice on this trip. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice campground. The sites appear more difficult than they are to get into, although the sites are fairly narrow. The wi-fi wasn't working when we were there. We were there only one night so didn't take advantage of all the entertainment things they appear to have. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is an OK park with nice trees and grass. We paid $24 Cdn. for electric and water, plus $2 for the Wi-Fi, which worked well. There is a lot of road noise. The bathrooms are old but clean, and the water was hot. We were told we could get 3 channels on the TV, but we didn't try it. The pool area looks nice. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nicely treed park with ample room for our 40' MH plus toad. There was some road noise. WiFi is $2CN for your entire stay (they give you the WEP key). They wouldn't sell me the service until I was satisfied that I had a strong enough signal at our site; pretty nice. It worked well at our site. Plenty of shade, but enough clear sky that I could get satellite TV once I put up the tripod. The staff were cordial and helpful. A very nice place to spend the night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The trees make it very difficult to park a big rig. Just looking at the damage to the trees you can imagine the thousands of dollars worth of damage that has been done to big rigs. We were able to keep our tow vehicle attached to our big rig but just barely cleared the road. We were just passing through. There is a $2.00 charge for the WiFi. We had to find a table at another site to receive it. There was one channel of TV. The owner is very nice. There is a pool that the children seemed to really enjoy. It is a very clean park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here 2 nights and the site we were in was great with both length and width being ample. There wasn't much to do at this location however as a stop off park it was fine. The staff was helpful and friendly and the internet cost was $2 for 30 minutes and had to be done at the office. It still allowed a way to stay in touch. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice park, very kid friendly with a creek running through the campground and an honest to goodness kid's play area. Nice pool (solar heated :-)). Wi-Fi access is pay to play and no cable or satellite TV. Nice park, friendly staff. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We were here on a rally with multiple big rigs - came in one afternoon and left the next morning, so we didn't check out too much. All the rigs fit in - with a shoehorn, but no problems. We could walk to town, but it's uphill coming back. The site is down off the main highway and has some noise. There is email/internet available in the office for a fee. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a unique campground just off Highway 97 11 km north of Cache Creek. There are eight 30 amp sites with water available at the restaurant/gift shop. Nice place for coffee and homemade pie. The closest sani-dump is in Cache Creek. There is some highway noise and there can be some wind gusts. Large, unfenced area to exercise your pet including a walk along the Hat Creek. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice little park right next to the fast-flowing Thompson River (don't fall in! - you'd never get out). Great welcome from camp host. We were only one of three transient visitors here. This place is withing 100 yards of tracks for both the Canadian Pacific and Canadian National Railways and they go all night, but we weren't troubled by them. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is different than other BC Provincial parks in that it has water and electric hook-ups at the sites. However, when we visited there, they were having electrical problems and several of the sites with hookups did not have power. We chose a site with electrical, but the system on our RV to protect it from electrical issues kept cutting of the power with the message of reversed polarity, so it seems they have some type of system-wide problem. Even with that issue this is a very nice park situated along the Thompson River. Some of the sites are directly on the river which is very nice. There is a train track on the same side of the river and one across the river, and they are very active. However, even though they are very active tracks, they did not blow their whistle while near the park. We, in fact, enjoyed the trains, but others may find it difficult to sleep. The park is far enough off of the main road, about mile, so that road noise was not an issue. Some of the sites are open enough for satellite. Our Verizon phone got a weak signal, but enough to make a call. As usual at BC parks, there is a $5.00 fee for dumping. We would definitely stay at this park again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was our first stay in Canada. The park is along the river, and has a man-made naturally-fed swimming area nearby. Great scenery, very pretty. The bathrooms were pit toilets, but clean. They have two coin-operated showers, that we did not use. The attendant was very nice, very friendly. The only downside to the park, is the active railroad tracks along the park, and directly across the river. But we still slept well, and the trains didn't really bother us. Seeing the salmon running in the morning was worth it! We would definitely stay again. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
This campground is superb; in a beautiful setting right on the Thompson River. Hosts have been consistently pleasant and helpful over the years. Often times, when the rest of B.C. is rainy, its dry and sunny here. Lots of trains, but we don't mind them. The park is very family friendly. Just be careful with your awnings as it usually gets windy in the afternoon. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Sites are closer together than other provincial parks; but then other provincial parks don't have any services, so it's a good trade-off. Trains on both sides, so we used air conditioning at night to block the noise. There is a steep hill down to park, but do-able if you take your time. Lots of trees, grass, and other foliage. Excellent park hosts. We stay often and will continue to do so. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is one of the few Provincial Parks that have hook ups. There is a dump station also. Campground host is very nice. Sites are close together, this is the only draw back to this very nice park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is located at the north end of Loon Lake over a narrow, paved road. There is little room between the lake and the mountains including the road so access to the resort and sites is difficult. There are many tress with over-hanging branches and narrow roads leading to short, narrow, and uneven sites. Then we had to figure out how we would get out of this place in the morning. We could have 15 amp power if we used a 50 foot cord plus our RV cord and water if we used a 50 foot water hose plus our RV hose. After this we discovered there is a Boil Water notice and the water is essentially not useable. Nice lake but terrible campground. We will not stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.