Wonderful campground on Kinaskan Lake. Hosts are very helpful. All sites are back-in, spacious, most are level. Some sites will support big rigs. Wonderful spot to spend the night, or a few days if you are traveling the Cassiar Hwy. Dry camping. Access road has a circle at the end so entering with a tow vehicle to pick a spot is acceptable. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This very nice Provincial Park is right along the Cassiar Highway, so is very convenient. It is far enough off of the highway that road noise is not a big problem, although it can be heard. Many of the sites are along the lake with nice views of the water. Some of the sites are fairly well separated, but there are many double spaces where you will be quite close to your neighbor. There is some vegetation for privacy. The water source is a hand pump and there is no dump station, so plan on arriving with all of your water needs and haul out your waste. Our Verizon phone had no signal and the trees preclude any satellite signal. The campground host/manager comes around to collect the fee and campfire wood is available for a reasonable $5 per large bundle. This is another very nice BC Provincial park and we would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We loved this park. It has a central hand-operated water pump with good water, and pit toilets (which are cleaned daily). There is no electric service. The sites are large and separated by trees. The water-front sites are only a few steps from the breath-takingly beautiful lake, and boat/kayak put-ins are very easy. We strongly recommend this park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Beautiful view of the lake. Park had just opened and everything was being painted. Sites were raked and firepits & pit toilets were clean. We found several sites that would hold our 36' 5th wheel and big truck. Nice campground host collected fee. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a great stop while traveling the Cassiar Highway. It's in a pretty mountain setting on a beautiful lake. There are many nice lakefront sites. The sites are on the narrow side but our 40' motorhome with slides and car fit nicely. There is good privacy between sites. There are clean vault toilets, no showers, trash bin, water pump (a sign recommends you boil it first) and no dump station. There is a large turnaround at the end of the campsite road so big rigs can drive in easily without unhooking their towed vehicle. We would definitely stay again. This is at Km365 of the Cassiar Highway just south of Iskut and north of Meziadin Junction. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A Provincial campground and it's beautiful. Lots of waterfront sites and the fishing is excellent. The campground host was very courteous and helpful. Very clean and firewood was available for purchase. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Stayed here in late September for one night, when most parks in BC are closed for the season. Hosts were incredibly nice, waiting for my late evening arrival and providing a nice welcome after a long days drive from the Yukon. There was only one other motorhome in the park that night so no issue with crowds, noise, waiting for the bathroom, etc. It was below freezing so the water was turned off but the 30 amp worked just fine. Internet was slow, but that's to be expected in an area this remote. Since I had no running water at my site I used their restroom and shower. Restroom was big and spotless. Shower was coin-op, Canadian loonies ($1 coins). Worked just fine. Park is on a gentle slope with a lake and mountain view. Sites are terraced into the hillside and plenty level. Beautiful place overall although I was spoiled by the fact that it was very uncrowded. Overall, a very pleasant experience at a park run by super nice people. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This campground offers serenity after a day's drive. The views are magnificent and the hospitality very obliging. The grounds are immaculate and attention paid to every detail. Would stop here again next trip. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
All previous comments about the campground are correct, it is lovely! But the infrastructure is poor at best. Wi-Fi was slow and a poor connection even less than 5 feet from the park antenna. The 30 amp power read between 101 and 108 volts. We have a 30 amp RV and still tripped the circuit breaker twice, even though we were running our refrigerator and water heater on propane. Customer service was also lackluster. We camped here in a Motorhome.
There is a long downhill drive to get to the park. There was a sign at the top of the hill saying they had openings. After the drive down it would be a disappointment if they did not have room. There is only one bathroom for the whole park, but it was clean. The water pressure is very low. The dump station is actually on a slope. I am not sure how you are supposed to get your tanks empty because of the slope. The owner was very friendly and lived on site. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Had to think about the rating for awhile. Considering the remoteness of the area, this park is definitely a "10". Sure, didn't have TV - but the views were all the entertainment you need. The sites were long and level. The grass was lush and green with plenty of space for all slides and toads. Thirty amps and water with a dump station easy to use. Have to agree with the previous review. We found this to be a gem of a campground. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Beautiful mountain views surround this clean, neat park. Smooth gravel roads lead to spacious pull-through sites separated by strips of lush grass. Electrical and water connections were convenient, though water pressure was rather low. There was no sewer hookup. Available WiFi is strong, but the underlying Internet connection is not useful for larger downloads like photos, skype, etc. Bathrooms are large, clean and convenient, but showers cost extra, and one wonders if there might sometimes be lines with only one bathroom per gender. The fresh feeling in this park, and the short hike to the lake, make it a place to which we'd like to return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Depends upon your tastes. This place is exquisite, from our point of view. LEVEL gravel sites - pull-throughs are long enough for tandem tractor-trailers. Water is good, 30A is stable, WiFi is via satellite, so don't abuse it with video/music/movies/pictures (ISP "Fair-Use" policies). Plenty of grass - and space between sites, washrooms clean and neat. Mountain views are perfect for a gin-tonic in the evening - as is a ten minute walk to the lake shore, where one can contemplate, from a nice bench, why one shouldn't live in the lower 48. No, there are no playgrounds for the kids, no entertainment events, no "activities," no "trinket" stores, no big-box grocery-runs, and no bothersome noise (road, people, trains, boats, airplanes, or otherwise). Just peace and quiet, and opportunity to remember what's important... This is absolutely the best place we've stayed in two and a half months on the road (from Florida to Alaska - and now on the way back). If you could "bottle it," you'd make a fortune in a week. Cash gets roughly 10% discount - no Good Sams/AAA, but who cares? It's outstanding! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a beautiful park, like an oasis in the middle of nowhere. The grass is meticulously maintained. The owners are friendly and the sites are spacious. We were able to get satellite, but limited Wi-Fi. The water pressure was poor and the dump station was on a slant making our fresh water run out while we used it. The electric dropped in the morning and we had to turn on our generator. That said, I think they do the best with what is available. We would recommend staying here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a beautiful RV Park that is surrounded by mountains. Since it is late into the season the internet was great, I'm sure during the peak season it could be slow. The rest room/showers are some distance from the camp sites. The sites are long (pull through) and can handle the larger rigs. There are no trees to block views or get in the way of slides and/or awnings. If they would put dumps and some type of TV channels at each site, this location would be at or near 10. I would recommend this location and would stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Clean and well maintained campground. Long, level, gravel pull-through sites with water and electric (back-in sites same). Good dump station on road out of campground. Sites are terraced with lots of grass between sites and around the campground. Overlooks large lake with walking trails. Owners very nice. Long drive down gravel road (good road) to campground. Would recommend and would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I agree with the earlier posts. Take the trail to the lake to get nice view and reflection of the mountain. If you are in a motorhome using a pull through, go in opposite the normal route and pull the power underneath to have a view of the mountains from your windshield. The showers and restrooms are a long walk from the back in spaces, but are close to the tenting spaces. We camped here in a Motorhome.
One of the prettiest CG's I've ever stayed in. The campground is well kept with a beautiful view at every site. Owners were very helpful. Full hookups except sewer which is not uncommon in BC. Mosquitoes will eat you alive. The area is in a lowland which is home for the little critters. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very quiet, immaculately clean park in a beautiful valley surrounded by mountains. If approaching from the north, it is a very tight turn to enter the park road -- need to move over to the left as far as possible before starting the turn. Electrical voltage drops at night which necessitated having to run our refrigerator on LP. Wi-Fi was slow during peak times, but was great late evening and early morning. Office person was very friendly. We would stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This nicely designed park is meticulously maintained and provides quiet beauty and peacefulness. Utilities were good though the W-Fi was rather slow. Slow Wi-Fi and lack of TV would be petty quibbles considering the remoteness of the park. Shower/restroom facilities were clean, but limited to one per gender. The access road to the park and to the pull-through sites is fairly steep, but the sites themselves are level gravel. The price reflects a discount for cash. We would be happy to stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We were so impressed with the scrupulous cleanliness of this park we stayed longer than planned. The owner-hosts were kind and welcoming, the views were really beautiful, wildlife abounds and it's quiet. There are smaller sites nestled in trees and sites large enough for big units. This is a place to unwind and relax. Showers were fine but new ones are being built. The only shortcomings we experienced were low water pressure and very slow WiFi. For the remote location, that's to be expected. Fuel and groceries were available nearby. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate is daily rate for a full hookup 30 amp pull-through site. Long downward sloping entrance road, but park posts available type of site on a sign at the entrance for the highway, a very considerate touch. Located in a beautiful valley setting that still allows for satellite connection. Long pull-through sites and roads are gravel. A good stop on the Cassiar Highway. We camped here in a Motorhome.
What a gem in the middle of nowhere. This campground is meticulously maintained. The grass is like at a golf course. It is down a steep 1/3 mile driveway so there is no road noise. Spectacular views of the mountain, and there is a small lake at the end of the park. The Wi-Fi didn't work at our site as we where at the bottom of the park. It did work up close to the tower on the barn. We would give this park a 10 if the Wi-Fi was better and they had sewer hook ups. They do have a dump station with a sign "do not Flush your tanks". There is a smaller area up in the trees for tents and small RVs. There is a lot of shade in this area. There where about 10 sites there. They offer no discounts and do take credit cards. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Clean, spacious, peaceful and in a stunning setting. Located down the hill off the Cassiar, they have a billboard out on the highway listing availability so you don't have to go down the hill to find out if they have space. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is in great condition and the location is beautiful with views of mountains and year round snow. There is a 1/3 mile driveway down to the office and the sites are down from there not to far from a lake. The roads and pads are very well graveled and the sites are level with well kept grass in between them. There is good free Wi-Fi but downloading and uploading are only available from 9 pm until 4 am. There are no sewers but they have a dump station. It is very easy to get into and out of the long sites and with our 33 foot 5th wheel and truck there was still lots of room. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a great little park. Very well maintained and plenty big enough for our 45' coach. A very pleasant surprise out in the middle of no where. They had good Wi-Fi, a good sanitation dump. Elbow room was fair, but good enough. One of the best campgrounds in northern BC. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is obviously well maintained and very nicely laid out. We only stopped for one night but wished we could have stayed longer after seeing the campground. I was a little concerned what we were getting into when we first turned off the highway because the turn coming from the north is fairly tight and downhill. There was wi-fi available at the site but because the sites are built into a gentle slope the signal was blocked by other coaches further up the hill. I was able to receive a signal when sitting in our tow car. If wi-fi reception is important to you, be sure to check the location of the antenna before getting completely set up. We camped here in a Motorhome.
If you like quiet, you'll like this park. Located about half a mile off the highway this park looks new because it enjoys a regular and ongoing program of maintenance. The access road is well maintained and wide. The spaces do not have trees but are long, level, and well spaced. The setting is beautiful with mountains to the west, a small lake, and surrounding forest. Thanks to the owners of this park for sharing the area with us, we would gladly stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an extremely clean, well kept park-another one of those campgrounds that shows the owner takes pride in. The owners were friendly and presented us with tasty blueberry muffins when we checked in. The entrance road is gravel and a little steep but in excellent shape. The interior roads are gravel and in very good condition with level gravel sites. There is adequate grassy space between sites but no trees or landscaping. Our back-in site was easy to maneuver into and long enough to park our truck. The view of the mountains is gorgeous and there is a nice walk to a beautiful lake. We had wifi on site, although a little slow, and the water pressure was low. We camped here in a fifth wheel and would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park has gravel pull-through sites that are level and fairly roomy. There are no trees of any size in the park, but there is a stream that runs behind the back-in sites. There is also a lake that is an easy walk from the park. The park is one-third mile off the highway, so there is no noise. The Wi-fi was somewhat unreliable. There is no TV. The park is very neat and clean. Did not use the bathrooms or showers. This park is an excellent choice for absolute peace and quiet. If you go, look for the fox dens about one-half mile south of the park entrance on the east - right on the road - we saw a vixen and two kits several times during our stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice clean RV campground with level and clean sites. It appears to be fairly new. The sites are level with easy access both back-in and pull through. There was a nice hiking trail to a near by lake. There are no shade trees but some have been planted. The owners were helpful and friendly. The water pressure was really low making it difficult to take a shower in our 5th wheel. We stayed here one night, and we would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Park is very clean and well organized. I had no problems moving around my 38' 5th wheel. The access road is about 3/4 mile long, but it is very well maintained. Please take time to walk down the lake trail, it is about a half mile long. At the end of the trail you find yourself surrounded by the lake and mountains. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great spot to stop when taking the Casiar hwy. some ways off the road in a beautiful valley. The sites are very well cared for, with even grass dividing the sites themselves. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I agree with the prior post, and would only add that the foliage presents an incredible sight in the Fall. Would rate the park higher if there were TV, 50 amp service, and sewer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
There are no sites with sewer, but a dump is available. No TV, even on antenna. WiFi works well throughout the park. The park is off the highway and very quiet and has a nice view of mountains and a river. The sites are wide and long, no problems getting in or out in a big rig. Low water pressure. Caravans stop at this park, so check ahead or be prepared to move on. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Located approx. 190 miles north of Stewart/Hyder on Cassiar Hwy. (Rt.37) Rustic, could use some cleanup. Some beautiful lakeside sites. Crystal clear water. Pet llamas walking through the sites are a different touch. Wi-fi doesn't reach all sites. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Well, the "resort" offers water and electricity, but that's about it. Oh yeah, it's quiet, because hardly anyone goes there. Bathrooms and showers needed cleaning, as does the entire park. Dump station was an open pit with boards over it. It could be a nice place if someone put some time, energy, and money into it. I would definitely not stay there again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Not sure of rate, we were part of a caravan. Number of sites is approximate. We had 22 in our group, mostly motorhomes. The campground is OK, spotty 20 amp and water. If there is not a caravan, then this is a nice little place for an overnight stop. WiFi is in the lodge which is very nice and has food. Good place to kick back and surf the net or read a book in front of the fireplace. Overall not a bad place. We camped here in a Motorhome.