The sites were fairly typical in being somewhat close, but since we were the only ones there our first night, and only two other rigs joined us the second night, it felt very spacious. Our site was next to a spring and there was very attractive fall color vegetation surrounding the campground. Water and electricity were good; we used their dump station on the way out. Wi-Fi was good. This was a good place to stay while we explored Telegraph Creek and its great Canyon. We would stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Ok for a night. Lots of mosquitoes. Ok showers - $1 for 7 minutes. Wi-Fi is very very slow. Park is for sale. One restaurant in town is ok - next to grocery and gas. A lot of parking space. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice long site for pull through and the utilities worked fine. No TV. Internet was not that strong at the site, had to sit in the mosquito infested picnic site: and it worked fine there. Nothing fancy but OK for one night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate shown includes all taxes. Site was a fairly level pull-through. Electric was 30 amp and all utilities worked. No TV, but 2 local radio stations. Wi-Fi signal good enough for email or surfing. A good enough place for overnight. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good overnight stop. Gravel roads and pull-through sites with full hook ups. Family owned with owners onsite. Wi-Fi was weak in the park. I had to sit in the office for good signal. Fuel and good restaurant close by. Dish network SAT worked from the park. We would stay here again We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We had traveled a long way this day and were happy to find they accepted tents. Although this campground mainly caters to RV's, we found an acceptable tent site. The couple (owners?) who checked us in were courteous and helpful. Definitely just an "overnighter"-type place, but it suited our needs during this particular instance. We camped here in a Tent.
This is a commercial campground along the Cassiar Highway about 7 miles north of the town of Dease Lake. There is short, steep dirt road leading down to the campground located along the shore above Dease Lake. There are no hookups of any kind and there is no potable water nor is there a dump station (despite what it says in some guide books). There are pit toilets. There is Wi-Fi as long as the campground generator is on, which seems to be most of the day. You can get the signal at the first few sites near the office and it is reasonably fast. Our Verizon phone did not have a signal and there were too many trees for a satellite signal. A few of the sites have a view of the lake, but most sites have views that are blocked by trees. The sites are reasonably well separated and there is some vegetation to provide a bit of privacy. There are picnic tables and a fire ring at the sites and there is firewood sold. The owner lives on site and is very nice and personable. Although it might be possible, it would be tight for a big rig. The price is a bit steep for no amenities except WiFi. Next time, we would probably bypass this campground and either camp at a Provincial Park or a commercial park with some hookups. We had to pay $10 for dumping and water at a campground in Dease Lake. At the same park, it would have cost $23 for a site with electric and water and dumping would have been free. It is difficult because the campground owner is so nice, but we would likely not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.