Bathrooms were ultra clean and showers were free. Laundry facilities on site. It is mainly and RV campground with only 3 tenting sites. As a tenter, this was disappointing. Overall a pretty good experience. I wouldn't be back but nothing really bad to say. Very well maintained. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Our family really enjoyed this campground. At first we were a little bit leery as there were "shelters" over most of the RV's there and we weren't sure if all those people live here full time or not. It turns out that you can purchase some of the RV lots here for recreational use only. They come with a shelter and shed on site but the owners do not live there full time but can leave their units there. The park owners are incredibly friendly and strive to keep a well maintained and family friendly space. There are many activities for families as well as scheduled events for kids on long weekends such as sand castle contests, outdoor movies, boat races etc. The lake is a small one but nice and warm and clean for swimming. There were peddle boats, canoes and kayaks for rent as well as really neat peddle go carts. There was free ping pong, horseshoes, basketball and outdoor hockey as well. All in all we had a great time and our son says it's one of his favorite places so needless to say we will be back. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very quiet bare bones campground nestled in the woods very close to Cowichan River. No hookups, just one or two water hand pumps in the park. No Wi-Fi and poor if any cell phone reception. The sites are level and well spaced, good privacy. A few sites can accomodate larger rigs. We are 51' combined and stayed in site #14. No problems backing in. Site #7 is even better regarding manoeuvrability. Each site has a picnic table and a fire pit. Fire wood is sold for $7 for a well sized bucket. The hiking and cycling trails like the Cowichan River foot path and Trans Canada Trail in the area are not accessible from this campground, you need to drive about 5 km to Skutz Falls (campground there is permanently closed). Cowichan Lake is a 20 minute drive. Overall a very nice place to stay and enjoy some days away from it all. We will be back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.