We enjoyed a lakeside spot with Wi-Fi, water, sewer, and electric hookups which all worked fine. We did not use the washrooms and showers, so we can’t say anything about that. No cable TV or laundry, either. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The place would be great for water sports; boating, fishing, swimming, jet and water ski, etc. The area is all grassy with no paved sites and very little gravel, but for only $30, we were fine with that. And we quickly learned that the Canadian people are so very, very friendly, polite, cordial, and helpful! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nothing fancy: good enough for an overnight stay with basic services. Caretaker lives across the road. There is only one pull-through, rest are back-ins. The 14 sites are arranged in a circle beside the river. Washrooms are available, but we did not use them. No cable TV, no WiFi. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was a no frills RV Park. Nice for a one night stop over. Basically just a nice place with hook ups to spend the night. The river next to the park was a nice treat. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Shaped like a circle with lawn around the in each site's backyard. The tent sites are grass. 14 full service rv sites and some tent sites It was clean with clean washrooms. Next to the river, has a decent beach area, community type fire pit, horse shoes. Also has a dumpsite and a boat launch. I wouldn't want to stay here long term but it is great for a couple day stop over. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Park is situaed near the mouth of the Little Shuswap river and is a stones throw from the Thompson River. It has 14 full service sites and about 25 tent sites. Not a luxury resort by any means but we enjoyed our stay there very much. The campground host was excellent. Washrooms well taken care of and the price was right $20 for full service and $15 for tenting. And one of the benifets of staying here is that you know your money will be put to good use by the Lions Club. Dump site and boat launch on site. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rough camp ground but worth the effort to get there. Lots of space between campsite. Pit toilets. No showers. Bathe in the lake. Early May is best for peace and quiet and fishing. Forestry road is rough but I have seen fifth wheels and motor homes . We camped here in a Truck Camper.
This park was very convenient for our trip to see the nearby Adams River sockeye return. There's some permanent residents but they are friendly. The hosts are superb. There may be Internet access but we never bothered trying. The Trans Canada and the railway are nearby but the noise didn't bother us. The campground itself was very quiet. There's a nice big grassy area for pets. Some of the sites are a bit sloped, so make sure you have something to put under your jacks. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.