Great small park, big rig friendly great view of the lake and surrounding mountains. We pulled in late and still had six plus hours of sun light. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park gets a 9 just for the beauty of the lake and mountains that are all around you. We were here for four days dry camping and loved it. You park on gravel and the road can be dusty but the dust blew away from us when we were here. You have a nice picnic table and a fire enclosure. The fishing is good right from the shore. The camps are mostly in three clumps but they are screened by trees. The first 3 or 4 sites as you enter the park will hold the longest RVs and are the most separated. We even had a bear walk through the park one night. The park hosts are through several times a day and do a great job of keeping the park clean. We camped here in a Motorhome.
One of the prettiest, cleanest, best views (of beautiful Muncho Lake) campgrounds we've ever stayed in anywhere. We have a 45' motorhome and had loads of room. Small campground and first come first served. Has a boat dock, too. Very clean. Stunning views of the lake. Highly recommended. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This BC Provincial park is right beside the Alaska Highway and on Muncho Lake with some sites right beside the lake. The only water source is a hand pump, so there is no way to fill a tank. When we were here, we could not get any water out of the pump, so you will need to bring whatever water you will need during your stay. There are pit toilets and no dump station, so you will be hauling out whatever water you use. Since the campground is right on the highway, there is traffic noise, but, at least when we camped here,, there was very little traffic during the day and almost no traffic at night, so it was not a big problem. The sites are fairly level but you may need some leveling blocks for some of the sites. Each site has a picnic table and fire pit. The attendant comes by in the early evening to collect the camping fee and sell firewood. There is no Verizon phone signal. Some sites would get satellite, but we had no luck getting satellite TV because of being so far north. It is a beautiful setting and we would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were fortunate enough to get the last spot at this campground and the neighboring McDonald Creek Provincial Park when the Alaska Highway was closed for 4 days because of a road washout in Yukon. What a great place to have to "rough it" in a dry campground!! Potable water is available on site and the pit toilets were kept very clean. The camp attendants are first-rate. They came through the campgrounds several times a day with firewood and road status updates. The sites are very spacious and level. This is a great place to fish, hike and relax. If electricity were available, I would give it a 10. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I would give this a ten except that it is rather hard to negotiate this campground. There is one road in and out (has a turnaround) and once someone is one the road the next unit must wait for them to either park or exit. Otherwise you would meet them head on, and then have to back out! Very small campground but there does seem to be room to correct the road and to add more sites. It is a beautiful place to camp and lovely campsites. Lots of dogs and inconsiderate campers that let their dogs bark at all hours. NO hook up or bathrooms! Dry camping only. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great campground situated on Muncho Lake. Bring a boat and launch from your campsite. The lake is beautiful. The campground is treed. Good fishing in the lake. Numerous hiking trails in the area. One trail begins at the campground. Sites are located close to the highway except for a handful at the end of the campground. It was noisy during the day because of highway construction, but the campground itself was quite. We would try to stay at the MacDonald Campground (the other Muncho Lake campground) instead of this one as it is more sheltered and further from the highway. If it was full, then we would stay at Strawberry Flats again. These campgrounds do fill. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We arrived on a Sunday around 5pm and within a half hour every site was taken. Half the sites are right on Muncho Lake, while the others are a short walk to a public pier. We fished right from the gravel beach next to our trailer. A little confusing when arriving, since there is no office. You find a site and a staff member comes around to collect money and sell firewood four times a day. Campsites are back-in sites along narrow dead end access road. Road got congested on our arrival and in morning rush hour as RV's navigated the narrow campground road. Our site had many tress and bush separating us from neighbors, with a sturdy picnic table and fire pit. Outhouses were clean and well stocked. There were no showers. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
There are no facilities except pit toilets. You can fill your water tank. But I have to give this CG a 10 for the beautiful setting right on the shores of a mountain-ringed lake. This is the kind of campsite you see in Motorhome and Highways magazines. Not all, but some of the sites would accommodate a large motor home. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice owner, nicely laid out RV park. In need of some additional cleanup of old run down buildings. This campground is a rearranged old Alaska Highway lodge campground. Overpriced for what you get by about $10-$15, but in line with other Muncho Lake private parks. We camped here in a Motorhome.
There were some sites for very small rigs that were on the lake. Ours faced huge ugly tanks and a loud generator that ran all night long. Very tight -- if all the pull-throughs were filled, I don't think everyone could get their slides out. We paid $55 for a 15-amp site (which they didn't tell us up front)-- and we couldn't even run a computer and our microwave at the same time. PLUS, it was against park rule to run your own generator - EVER. At quarter to six, the noisy helicopter landed, so my sleep ended. They give you 20 cents a liter off gas, but the gas was 30 cents a liter more than anywhere else nearby. Food prices in the restaurant were ridiculous, too. The young man who checked us in was rude and uncaring. Other than the lake being pretty, I'd rate them less than 1 if I could. We camped here in a Motorhome.
For $55 a night, one gets 20 amp electric and water only, and not on the lake. Oh, I forgot you also get their generator that runs all day and night. Of course, this was not mentioned when I made the reservation. We picked this place (knowing the price, but not about the generator) because of the Muncho Lake setting, and it is magnificent. However, the constant loud noise from their generator destroys any sense of peace and tranquility this setting would instill. And make sure you have plenty of fuel or you will pay $1.89 a liter! To be fair, they knock off 20 cents if you stay there - big deal - the next station up the road is still 25 cents less than that. These people are obviously out to make as much money as they can off people or take unfair advantage of people who may be stuck in the middle of nowhere. We would have stayed just up the road if they had been up front about that generator. And the Milepost and website pictures are deceiving. The lodge itself and cabins look very nice, but the RV sites are something else. The back-ins require you to back down a road to your site - also not mentioned or to be seen in the web photos. OK for a bus, more difficult for a 5er - not to mention they are more expensive because they are right on the lake. There are other RV Parks in the area - don't make our mistake. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here while traveling through to Alaska. The place was a little pricey, but considering the location, we thought it was acceptable. We paid a total of $61.60 for a family of 5. The staff let us walk down and pick which site we wanted, and then come up and let them know. We picked one with a view of the water (cost a little more, but nice.) Yes, it was back-in, and we did have to use our leveling blocks for our camper, but no biggy. The view was beautiful; loved watching the float planes and walking the shore. We didn't eat in the restaurant because it was a bit pricey for our family, and we already had a cooler full of food. We would stay here again. We thought it was very, very nice. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Muncho Lake is beautiful but you don't need this campground to see it. This was one of the most expensive parks we stayed in and our site was in someones front yard, next to the highway and with a view of the shop. The laundry room consisted on one washer and one dryer. There are a minimal number of lake side sites, all back in. We would not stay here again and would recommend camping at a Provincial park instead. (Admin's note--be aware that Provincial Park Campgrounds do not have hookups of any kind--only dump stations and water.) We camped here in a Motorhome.
The most beautiful view on our trip. The sites were nice but as in all of the Yukon, not always level. We camped in a pull through site which had full hookups. It seemed it would be tight, but we were the only people in the pull throughs at the time. We quickly learned that a CONVOY was coming through and they were all booked the next day. The owner was very nice and caring. The staff was very helpful. My only complaint is the restaurant is not very kid friendly and is VERY expensive. They did have a reasonable take out menu. We passed the "Summit Lake" campground on the way out, and found it was just beautiful but had no hookups and seemed very remote. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Beautiful Lodge, decent restaurant and some pretty good camp sites. We camped in our 45' motorhome on the water front section (back in's only). Extremely tight to get into, but the views are tremendous. Only 20 amp electric and pricey, but for one night very nice. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Expensive. We parked in waterfront site with terrific view, but no sewer and only 20 amp power. We have a 45' motorhome, but it was tight. The McDonalds Provincial Park 500 yards west of here has excellent dry camping facility right on beautiful Muncho Lake for a fraction of the price. Highly recommended. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The location right on Muncho Lake gives this park a high rating despite its lack of amenities. It was easy to get in and out with our 33 foot rig, but our site was not level side to side. We had no one on one side and there was about 30 feet on the other side. Power is supplied by a generator, so 20 amp service is all there is. We had no problem with the water pressure and we had sewer. We knew if we wanted to stay at Muncho Lake and have some hookups we'd need a reservation. By mid-day all of the full service pull-through sites except one were occupied. There are only 5 of them. The park is behind a motel and cabins, and appeared clean and well maintained. The park is very expensive, we knew this before arriving, but it is also the only one in the area with hook-ups. They give you a 10 cents per liter credit on their fuel, which is 1.599 per liter, and a dollar off coupon on meals in their dining room. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The sites are very overpriced for what you get. It was $48 for 20amp electric, very poor water pressure, no sewer, no TV, no Wi-Fi, and very crowded narrow sites. If not for requesting an empty space between us and the next coach we could not open our slides. They have a restaurant with very overpriced food ($16.95 for a hamburger) and their diesel prices amount to highway robbery!!! The most we had paid prior to there was .89/liter and they charged $1.69/liter. When we questioned them the owner got defensive and tried to justify their price gouging. DO NOT STAY AT THIS PARK! We camped here in a Motorhome.
The people were friendly at the motel desk. They only had 15 amp service and the gravel pull-through sites were small. They had shaded sites. The campground was poorly laid out and we had to take a chain down when we exited the campground. Fuel was really expensive here even though they give the motel guest and campers a 10 cents discount. We wouldn't stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We came in a caravan, price is based on the flyer. Views are exceptional, sites are tight. Go with the view. OK for an overnight, but if you are self-contained, just pull off in one of the pull offs in the area and stay there. This place is very expensive for what they offer (God provides the view at no charge). We camped here in a Motorhome.