Very well maintained and clean campground. We only stayed one night on our way through. We had a centre pull through site which of course were close together. The open spaces around the park made it seem less crowded. Some very nice back sites in the park. Enjoyed our stay and would stay again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This pretty park, just beyond McBride, was a good overnight stop. The lawns are very nicely manicured and there are a variety of site types to chose from. There are some heavily treed, well separated sites at the very back which back up to the river below (fenced), but they don’t get good Wi-Fi reception. There are sites around the edges that back up to the woods but are open on the sides, and then totally open sites on the grass in the middle. The Wi-Fi is one of the best we’ve had on the trip. As with some other RV parks, there are lots of strict rules. I’m not a big rule person myself, but I wasn’t too put off by theirs. The garbage is only at the exit, which was mildly inconvenient. This place has obviously been cared for carefully, and is very tidy and clean. We enjoyed the Giggling Grizzly Pub which is right off to the right as you enter town. The building is just terrific, new, spacious, good selection of foods of all kinds. Also, the people at the visitor’s center were very pleasant. We would definitely stay at this park again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Daily rate for 30 amp electric and water pull through site. Roads are gravel, somewhat narrow with one or two branches that needed trimmed, though none touched our RV, sites are grass. Still, we had no problems with a 38' MH and toad. Good Wi-Fi available. Makes a good place to overnight on the way to or from Jasper. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice campground. Interior roads are gravel in excellent condition. Some sites are gravel but our pull-through site was a long, grassy one located in a large open field with water and electric hookups. Some extra work to get level because of the ruts in the grass, but not bad. There are large trees scattered around but they did not interfere with maneuvering our big rig. Sites were adequately spaced and separated by the power and water poles and picnic tables. Everything was very well-kept and clean. Nice view of the hills and there is a river on one edge of the park. Excellent Wi-Fi. The owner was very nice. A quiet place with very little road noise. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Could be a nice park. Cable TV does not work. They run a dump truck through the park at very high rates of speed which creates dust. Dangerous situation with some kids riding bikes around the park. Only value is 50amp hookups when its hot out. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The sites include 15 Chalets and 25 RV sites. The sites have power, water and sewer for the pull-through sites, but I'm not sure about the back in sites. The general appearance of the park made it seem that they were not ready for the season to begin. Power and water was not available to all sites and the site we had was a 30A outlet not the 20A or 50A advertised. Used equipment littered the site and the park seemed quite in need of maintenance for such a new park. The Chalets seemed to be in a similar state from part of our group that stayed in them. The previous reviewer indicated Wi-Fi. We did not have our computer so I'm not sure if it was provided. The web site does not mention it. This park could be a great place to overnight with a little effort. Now it is only adequate for an overnight stop. (The golf course and RV park next door is in a similar state.) We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed in site #3/4 (pull-through that doubles as a two-camper site when full, I suppose) next to the fountain. The yards are small but th concrete islands the pedestals/water/sewer/Cable/Phone are mounted on, buildings, whirlpool, sauna, etc., all appear very new. Even the office smelled of new wood. Everything was clean and nicely separated from Hwy 16 by a tall row of cedars. The center pull-throughs have a few trees between them. If you want to shoot a satellite from your roof, you're better off in sites 1/2 or 3/4. The others should be able to shoot as long as your satellite is 123/127. Anything further East may have issues with the trees. Parking further back/forward on the site may work. We would definitely park here again. It's the only campground around with full hookups and is in great shape. We camped here in a Motorhome.