Easy entry/exit from pull through spots. All hookups located close. Good gravel and grass spots. Hosts were very friendly and accommodating. Showers/restrooms were VERY clean. Showers were FREE with lots of hot water! Laundromat was also very clean and cost was 2 loonies to wash and 2 loonies for 40 minutes of drying time. High pressure RV wash was 1 loonie for 4 minutes! With nightly temps of 25F we saw no bugs during the day. The only negative was some sites will have small limbs touching if you have opposing slide outs. I'm sure they would trim these if you asked. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
My stay was very quiet and I enjoyed this park The shower/bathroom floor was mighty shiny and the facilities were very clean. I like the idea of having a key entry. The park gate closed in the late evening hours, but all guests are warned of this, and a key can be obtained for late night access. The WiFi access was good and worked for my needs.I would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Adequate, if a bit tired. This is a an adequate park with all the usual services. Staff was capable. The bathrooms were clean, if a bit tired, though the music that plays in the bathrooms 24-hours a day is truly odd. This park would have been a bit cramped if it had been full, but we visited in May and had two or three empty spots between us and our neighbors, which helped a lot. The park is close to the main road, and thus has a bit of road noise, but it didn't bother us. My spouse informs me that we had a "Rufeous Humming Bird" visit us -- a new bird for us. There was a cute fire pit, but it was too buggy for us so we weren't able to take advantage. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park! This is a very nice RV park with a lot of space between sites and grass at each one. We had full hookups, so we did not use the showers. There is a laundromat onsite. Everything looked clean and neat. The pool temperature was too cold to the touch for me or I might have tried it out since it was empty. Later some kids came and they seemed to enjoy it. The Wi-Fi here is excellent. They have recently spent money to upgrade it and you can sure tell. We stayed here 3 nights as we had to get the brakes fixed on our 5th wheel. We would stay here again. The also sell local honey in the office. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great park right off the road. Very convenient if a bit noisy. The owners are very nice and the laundry facilities are great and very reasonably priced. Cable TV not good, but the Wi-Fi is one of the best signals we have seen. Don't pass this park by. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We camped here for several days while visiting Prince George. This is a nice, small campground. Sites are fairly level and reasonably sized. The park has a nice clean pool. The Wi-Fi was smoking--fast one day, but we couldn't access at all on the other two days. There is a nice trail behind the park to walk the dog. The park is located right next to highway; you will hear the traffic at night. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed a night here on the way north. It was a nice enough park with good hookups and WiFi. It was clean; folks were pleasant. We like variety but would probably stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Typical park along the highway with a bit of road noise and gravel roads and sites. Sites are not very level. Sewer, water & electrical hookups are convenient. WiFi is free, but slow. Bathrooms are freshly painted, clean, spacious and offer plenty of hooks and shelves. This is an OK place for a night along the way. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great RV Park/Campground. We got a pull through, but could not leave the tow vehicle attached and still make all the connections. I probably need to get a longer sewer hose and would not have had this problem. The spaces were fairly level with a picnic bench at each site. It is close to the main highway and traffic noise is apparent but not to the point that it distracts from enjoying the RV Park. The mangers were helpful and talkative. Everything was clean and picked up. There is a pool for the summer months. We did not use the Showers/Restroom on our stay. We would recommend this location and would stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a nice park with friendly hosts. The campground was clean, level sites and pull-through sites. Nice little 'nature walk' for the dog. The swimming pool looked clean and people were using it.which is a good sign. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We had a great time staying here at Bee Lazee RV Park. Everyone was friendly and helpful to us. We stayed here for 4 days while visiting the town of Prince George. The Wi-Fi and cable TV worked good. The site that we were on was long and level with shade trees. There is a nice dog path to walk your dogs. Don't worry about the small stuff, enjoy your vacation! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We very much enjoyed our stay here. Agree that it is a bit dated, but it is well maintained. The laundry room was cheap ($1.50 a load) and the bathrooms were exceptionally clean. The picnic tables could use some sanding and repainting. We had no issues with mosquitoes. Prices in the park store were very reasonable. The owners were very friendly and helpful. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Was told this is the best park in Prince George. If this is the best , I would hate to see the worst. This park needs work, for example the picnic tables need repair and paint. On arriving, there was no one to check us in. Found the host cleaning washrooms and was very rude, accused us of arriving too early. Then finally checking us in and had the reservation wrong for the couple we are traveling with. Accused them of being a day early. On observation, this elderly host couple seems too be over worked, maybe this is why she is so cranky. Won`t be back to this park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I enjoyed Bee Lazee! Looks like an older park that's been reworked for big rigs. We had to back up to get ours out, but that's no biggy. There is a lot of grass around: in between sites and elsewhere which is nice. There's a nature walk out into the woods if you dare to go and fight mosquitos. Well maintained park, clean, pool covered at night to keep it clean. Looks like many of the sites haven't been used for years. Don't know why. WiFi is okay, nothing special. Relatively quiet considering it's right on the highway. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very good park. Sites are large and grassy, hookups are good. The Wi-Fi worked very well. Restrooms were spotless. Hosts are very nice. I enjoyed the trail through the woods. Hwy 97 is fairly busy in the evening, but not a problem. Otherwise the park is very quiet. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Pleasant hosts and plenty of trees; however it is in a low area with many spots where water can stand. The mosquitoes were horrific. The free Wi-Fi never worked for us. They also offer connect to a another site for $4.99 per day that was a good connection. Next time we will opt for one of the parks on higher ground and try for a better Wi-Fi. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Good Sam park. Unlike May review (a little early in the season, we found the pool open, our site very level. We enjoyed the large site and the short, but nice dog walk through the woods. People very friendly. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Sites aren't level. Pool wasn't open. Spring had sprung and the trees were releasing pods with sticky sap that left a mess on RV and shoes. Big rig friendly. Nice campground hosts. Iron in water, so even with cold water wash clothes turned orange in laundry. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here one night while traveling through. The standard rate is $25, additional for children & pets. We paid a total of $33.60 (family of 5 with 2 dogs) with the Good Sam Club discount. The bathrooms & showers were very clean. Need your own towels and soap though. The laundry room was also clean. It closes around 10pm, I believe. The lady running the park was reserved, but friendly. The sites were nice enough, fairly level. Internet wasn't reliable unless you are right up by the office. We weren't. The pool was clean, great to swim in. the only negative thing, was we were continually swarmed by yellowjackets. No one was stung. Just a warning for anyone that may be allergic. Over all the park was very nice. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The facility itself it nice enough and there is a decent amount of space in each spot. The problem is the woman that runs this place is absolutely horrible to deal with. She is rude, condescending, and frankly ruined my entire stay with her attitude. If we had not pre-paid, I would have left and found another campground. Also know that this is the furthest campground from Prince George. With the road construction going on it took at least 20-30 minutes to get into town. I would not recommend staying here if you have other options. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
While the campground and facilities are very clean, the attitude of the owner/operator is horrid. So much so, that we will not be returning. There are copious signs explaining the sundry rules for the facility. There is a lot of ambiant noise as the campground is located next to the highway and under the airport approach. The pool is located adjacent to the sewage dump and is very stinky. The pool hours are limited (12 noon to 9 PM) in such a manner to ensure that guests have few chances to enjoy the facility. The biggest draw for the campground is the pool, and the owner sits on her verandah and watches for even the smallest infraction. The owner dissuades people from using sunscreen or wearing UV protective clothing in the pool because it affects the pool chemicals. On this last point, she is very confrontational. The playground facility is a danger. Great lawsuit potential if your child is injured! There are too few garbage cans for the number of sites. If you have clothes in the laundry room past 10 PM, the owner locks the door and you have to wait until 6 AM to reclaim them. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park looks nice enough, if not a bit untended. Where things went wrong was with what they said they had, and what was really offered. They claimed a heated swimming pool. They even told me they'd turn the heat on. Absolutely no heat. I didn't care, but why did they lie? They claim free satellite TV. What we experienced was local rabbit ear reception piped to the sites via cable. I was told my internet access was included. You can connect via Wi-Fi but it is through one of those gatekeepers that charges you to surf. I didn't because this particular gatekeeper wanted personal and credit card information before displaying what the charge would be. I went to the office to ask about it since I was told I had the Wi-Fi access with my site. I asked if they had a username/password or something that I needed to surf and the next thing I know the lady is yelling at me, yelling as she slammed the door on me: "It isn't my problem and you can go somewhere else to stay." Many Canadian RV parks struggle with what they offer telecommunications wise as they have to deal with a telecom monopoly, which must make it expensive to offer services. It's unfortunate that Bee Lazee is comfortable lying about what they offer folks who stay here. I would never return to this place. This is the only really bad experience I've had at an RV Park/Campground. Recommend you stay away. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Gentleman in office was curt and unfriendly. We were crammed in like sardines. The site was so narrow that if we had put out our awning, it would simply have kept the neighbour's sewer hose dry. It appears that very little money has been spent on maintenance in a long time. We were there for 4 nights over the Labour Day weekend. There were rigs coming and going all weekend but we never saw any park employees checking on sites before or after they were occupied. Garbage that was left in sites simply stayed there. The roadways were uneven and pot-holed. It rained most of the weekend and there were rivers of mud running through the place. We did have full hookups - water, power, sewer, and cable. The Wi-Fi worked well but we would never stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Good sized sites, lots of dog-walking areas inside and outside the park, great location close to PG for shopping and restaurants. This park also has the best Internet connection we've ever come across in an RV park - full signal and high speed, all for free! There are lots of trees, which is lovely for shade and privacy. If you have a satellite dish, ask for a site with a few less branches - we did, and had no difficulty acquiring a signal. However, there is cable if that doesn't work for you. If I have anything negative to say about this park, it would be the narrow roads through the resort. We found it awkward and problematic to make the corners without backing up as we left our site. There was no possible way we could have done it if we'd connected our tow vehicle prior to pulling out. We hooked up outside the park. We'd stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I was truly impressed by the amount of effort the host and staff made to make every visitor feel welcomed. I visited this park four years ago and I was saddened by the condition and when I arrived this year the amount of work the new owner put into the park was amazing. My wife and I could not believe the difference in the park. We appreciated the wonderful staff. I look forward to the next visit! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
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Good location near town, very basic but friendly. Laundry room is really small but there is a large laundromat at the end of the road. Really strong wi-fi. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Upon arriving here we found out that our reservation for a full hookup was not going to be honoured as the park was full. We were offered a temporary site which was water and electric. The water tap was broken and after informing the owner he managed to get us a full hookup site after all. Our site was a 30 amp back-in that was in need of more gravel for the parking pad. It was sloped down towards the back and was not level. There was a concrete patio with a table and fire ring as well. Most of the tables appeared either warped or in need of a paint job. Most of the back-in sites around the campground perimeter were very short (30 feet) and the space between these sites were grass. No privacy at all and barely enough room for awnings. No cable TV at our site, but it was available at some of the pull-through sites near the office. I could only get one TV channel off the antenna due to interference from a power line that was overhead our site. Wi-Fi was too weak at our site to connect to the internet so I had to hike up to near the office where I could sit down at a table and connect up. There is a hiking trail next to the park that extends 15 miles north and connects up with other trails in the city. We would not return here as this park is not as good as another park we usually stay at in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The owners/operators have sold the land, but are operating the facility for another few years until the developers decide on building plans for a new commercial operation. Hence, the general upkeep and maintenance of the facilities are very poor. Things are falling apart (ie walkways, pool deck, tables, playground) and they are NOT going to repair them. Already half of the sites have been abandoned and because of the Pine Beetle Epidemic many of the trees have been harvested eliminating the last vestiges of charm that once made this campground so popular. We won't be going back. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
Real nice park, our second time staying here. Lot's of nice trees, a kid's play area, nice pool. Cable TV was as good as it gets with around 60 channels to choose from. For internet access you have to pay a third party to surf, I never like that. I recommend this park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very small but shady park. Turns make maneuvering a big rig difficult unless your neighbor across the street offers to move their car/truck. We picked this park because of the advertisement of "fully serviced sites". Wi-Fi is available sitting on a bench outside behind the office. Electric will not support an AC running or a coffee machine even if used separately. The breaker kept tripping. So we ran our generator to cool off the motorhome for a couple of hours. Very noisy park in terms of highway traffic. We would not stay here again. We were going to stay at one of the provincial parks north of PG but decided we would enjoy a full service site for the night. Definitely not worth driving 10 hours to get here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Overall an excellent place, clean and tidy. The cable for TV did not work at our location and the man at the office did not appear to believe us, so hard to say if it was fixed or not. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
After reading comments on this park, I was leery of staying here. It is OK for an overnight stop. Sits are narrow with enough room for slides but cramped for doing BBQ. Power and water were adequate and cable was nice since the trees blocked our satellite reception. The park is near the highway but road noise was not a problem at night. It looked like most of the sites were occupied with longer term people. The park was clean but rustic. The bathrooms were clean but could use better lighting. It did rain a while and did not puddle up. We would probably look for another place if in the area again but would be willing to stay here if other options did not work out. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Tight spaces. We had to jockey to clear our neighbor's slides. Dusty and undesirable for us. We won't stay again. Wi-Fi worked for us because we were up front. No ability to get satellite internet service. I saw one couple sitting on a bench near the office to get Wi-Fi. If you're in need of RV service, Happy Trails RV Sales & Service did an outstanding job for us. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is under new ownership that is working very hard and it shows. The park is very clean and neat and has a B&B on site as well. The laundry facility had 2-washers and dryers and was very clean. We would stay again. Our price reflected the Good Sam discount. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here with Good Sam discount for $30.60/night (tax included). Lots of full-time residents but they are not intrusive. Close to main road to Dawson Creek (Road 97). We have excellent Wi-Fi and satellite TV connection. Gravel drive-throughs but wonderful for overnight. Will stay here again if needed. Owner is very friendly. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The rate reflects a Good Sam discount. The young man who checked us in was very nice and helpful. Some sites at this park are much better than others. Our site was marginal: a little small with neighbors on both sides. One set of neighbors was a family of around 8 people who appeared to be living in a car, plus tent, plus truck camper. We were uncomfortable with them being right next to us. We felt very overcrowded. We could not put our dogs out because of there were so many people milling about. Thankfully, they left the day after we arrived. Not sure we would stay here again, unless we got a better site. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is small but well-maintained. Because of the large, mature trees, backing into a site can be a challenge. If you are not comfortable backing up your trailer into tight spaces, this park is not for you. Even though the park is just off the John Hart Highway, there is little road noise at night because of the light traffic. There is noticeable road noise during the day, however. Because of the tight quarters I would not stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed here after driving 10 miles off the main road to find out that Blue Spruce was closed. The owner was very friendly and the grounds were well maintained. We stayed in a pull-through. The bathrooms and showers were spotless! There is a main firepit so we fired up it up and had a wennie roast. Needless to say, we had the time of our lives. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice campground, nestled in large pines, aspen and spruce. Most are back-in sites, but there are a few pull-throughs available near the front of the park. Laundry facilities are clean, reasonable ($1.25 wash, $1 driers), but small (only 2 of each). Previous reviewer was right on the money: Owners are genuinely friendly and helpful people. Very little traffic noise noticed, due to tall trees, slow speed due to being on edge of town and distance from the highway. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We really enjoyed staying here and have stayed several times. The thing that makes this RV park nice is the people. The owners are very polite and very nice. It is close to a mini-mall and grocery store. It's north of town but the nicest park in Prince George. It is treed which keeps the wind to a minimum. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Found this campground after being turned away from one about 1 mile away - and she did NOT refer us. Discovered it on the Milepost page and called for a site. This park is about 10 miles south of Prince George and in a country setting. It was great to have 50 amp, very nice to have Passport America discount applied to nightly charge, and was very quiet. Would not recommend unless self contained. Full hookups are sweet and Wi-Fi worked well. This is a great overnight site or if working in the area I can see the advantage. Discussed needed some TLC to spruce it up a little but seems to be a work in progress. We would stay here again for the price. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Our kids love this campground! The mosquitoes, horseflies, bees can be quite bothersome here. Have a screen tent! Our kids are 13 & 9. The beach is great, lake is clear (but can be cold), and there is a pet beach as well. Clean campsites, outhouses are clean - no shower houses here. Sites are fairly private, large trees between each. In July and August, if you can get there by Thursday early afternoon, don't reserve, take a site between 1 and 38 (the right side of the campground). Sites 39 to 78 are all reservable and furthest from the swimming beach but closest to the boat launch. Reservable sites 50 to 61 are off quite the incline, so if you have lots of experience backing up a hill into a level campsite, you'll be fine. We are not these people! We love sites 17, 19, and 21. Don't bother trying to find a site if you go out Friday afternoon on a hot weekend, they fill up by Thursday night! Our RV is 26' long. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a very nice provincial park. As others have stated it has paved roads, some flush toilets, nice beach and several walking trails. The sites are private and the park appears to be a mostly family park. The lake is used for everything form water skiing to fishing so be prepared to share. The cabins on the other side of the lake seem to keep to themselves or only use the middle of the lake for their water sports. The only confusing part appeared to be the reserved/available system used for reservable sites. This leads to a lot of stress when the park is nearly full and sites appear to be available. Hopefully this gets sorted out. We would stay here again and would NOT reserve a site. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very beautiful place to camp. The sites are a fair size and are private. They have a wonderful play area for the kids, a nice boat launch, and a great beach as well. We would stay here again for sure. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park is 40 miles east of Prince George on Hwy 16. It is 2 miles off the main highway so it's quiet from highway noise. This is a water-activity park on a beautiful large lake. There is a boat launch, swim beach, large day use area, some hiking. The campground is comprised of two loops. Most sites were suitable for our 40' motorhome and car. The roads are paved and sites are gravel with tables and firepits. There is a dump station. What was really wierd was walking through a heavily forested area to the typical-looking "out houses". When you opened the door, the toilets are flush!! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great dry camping spot 40 minutes east of Prince George. Flush outhouses present. Nice wooded spots. Firewood costs $5.00 per bundle. Easy access (walk or drive) to great beach and boat launch. Good clean lake for swimming or boating or fishing. Playground for kids. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Rate shown with Good Sam discount for a 30 amp back-in. Our site was a fairly level gravel back-in that included a table. The park roads have been improved to a seal coat finish that eliminates the dust and some of the dead trees have been cut down which makes some of the sites more open. Still many of the tables could have used a fresh coat of paint. All the hookups worked fine. The cable TV has about 25 video channels and 50 audio channels and were clear. The Wi-Fi was slow at times due to traffic. We will be back to stay on our next visit here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is convenient to the highway; hence, just a bit noisy. It's all gravel with some sparse grass between the pull-thru sites which are adequately long and wide for our RV with slides on both sides. Water, electricity, and sewer hookups are convenient. WiFi was available, but the Internet tended to fade in and out. Bathrooms feel a bit old but are clean. There is laundry on-site, but we didn't use it. We found it fine for an overnight stop on the way through the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is okay. The spaces are short and narrow. There are lots of full time residents. The couple who own the park had just recently bought it. Maybe they will make improvements, given time. The female host is nice and helpful, the man not so much. We had trouble using the Wi-Fi. They do have cable and we were able to get a satellite signal. The laundry is clean enough. Unfortunately we stayed there during the caterpillar infestation. They come every 7 years and the ground was loaded with them. You crunched them when walking outside. You had to make sure they didn't come inside on your clothes. They were totally gross. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate shown with Good Sam discount. Our site was a not level gravel back-in that included a table. There is some grass and a few trees around the back-in sites. This time the trees had no leaves as the tent caterpillars ate them all. All utilities worked fine. Cable TV fairly basic with about 25 video channels (crystal clear) plus around 40 audio channels. The Wi-Fi was strong and good enough for Skype phone calls, but on occasion slow due to traffic. Laundry clean, but the dryer I was using needed attention as it squeaked intermittently. It now costs $2.75 for a wash and $1.50 for 30 min. of drying. We will be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had chosen this RV park because of its RV power wash; however, when we got here it was turned off for the season. There are new owners & I'm not sure if they understand the importance of that feature for those coming out of Alaska & northern BC. I also am not sure why the price would be significantly higher than during the summer months. We would probably stay here again as there are no other choices this close to downtown Prince George. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate shown is with Good Sam discount. Access road off the highway has a bit of a bump where the pavement meets the gravel. Site was a fairly level gravel back-in. Power was 30 amp; water and power worked fine. The sewer connection was a real pain as the intake pipe was almost a foot off the ground. It took a bit of work to get my sewer hose flowing in the right direction. A new addition is an insulated box with a heat lamp to keep the water line warm in the winter as this park is now open all year round. Excellent cable TV and Wi-Fi signal strong, although slow at times due to traffic. Noise from highway is noticeable at times, but not annoying. Garbage dumpsters are located some distance from the RV sites. We would return here as this park has consistently been our favourite one in the Prince George area for many years. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Spent 2-nights in this park and was very satisfied with the laundry facilities and nice flat sites. If only the road were not gravel and kicked up dust all would be great. Wi-Fi worked well. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Most of this place is taken up by park units and long-term residents. Some attempts have been made to make it attractive, pastel painted picnic tables, decorated recycle boxes. Washrooms are in basement, down half a flight of steps. Steps to women's had a light on a sensor that didn't work well, making it dangerous at night. But they were very clean and neat. So was the adjacent laundry. Showers were hot. Park is right next to Hwy 97 and quite noisy. Our biggest problem here was the low voltage. Couldn't even run the microwave. Wi-Fi was somewhat slow and wouldn't always connect. Would not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
RV sites, both pull-through and back-in, are available in this trailer park. The utilities were very good with very fast Wi-Fi and many clear cable TV channels. Grass sites with mature trees were fairly level. Road noise was consistently present. The owner was pleasant and helpful. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Actual price was $22.50, with Good Sam discount, for 30 Amp electric and cable TV. Free Wi-Fi. This is a mobile home park with numerous R/V sites. The camp managers were very nice providing information and maps for shopping in the area. Has very clean showers and restroom. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Rate shown is Good Sam discount. Access to the park from the south has recently changed with a new turn left lane. Site was a gravel back-in and not level. The sewer outlet pipe was too high off the ground and not user friendly. Excellent cable TV and good Wi-Fi internet. There is a a small, but very clean laundry. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I basically agree with prior posters. We were in the back of the park and the free Wi-Fi was great! The highway noise is minimal. You park on gravel and there is some grass along each side. There is a picnic table at each site. The price we paid was for full hookups and 50 amp. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate shown for Good Sam and 30 amp site. Extra for 50 amp. Level site. New utility posts with improved Cable TV. WI-FI had strong signal. Clean laundry. Road construction on highway next to campground, but noise not a problem. Exiting campground back onto highway a challenge due to traffic. RV park out of town so closest store about 1/2 mile to the south and nearest shopping mall approximately 4 miles to the north. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate is with Good Sam discount. They do take credit cards. About half the park is mobile homes. We had a 50 amp, full hook-up site. The Wi-Fi was good and free. Our site was a pull through and long enough so we didn't have to unhook. Sites are a little close. We were way in the back with no road noise. A very well kept park. They have a RV power wash which is $10. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate given is with Good Sam discount. The older sites are 30 amps with shade trees. The new sites have 50 amps, but the trees aren't big enough yet to give any shade. There is a convenience store within walking distance. Other than that, most everything else is in town several miles away. The park Wi-Fi costs extra, but there were a couple of other wifi open sites available. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Mainly a trailer park with a nice RV section. Roomy sites with all of the amenities, including free internet. Close to town. Would stay here again, looks to be well maintained. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had site #31, a level gravel/dirt pull-through with cable TV, FHU's and 50 amp electric. The park is mostly permanent RV and park model units that seem fairly well kept. There was free Wi-Fi in the very tidy laundry room (with a desk and chairs to use it) and pay Wi-Fi at the site (about $6 for one day, $12 for three, $20 for a week). The lady at the office was very friendly and helpful. They have an RV wash near the office but we did not use it. The road in the campground is dirt/gravel (it looked oiled so it wasn't very dusty) and has a somewhat scruffy appearance but it was in decent shape. One big problem for us was a sewage spill in our site. We did not use the sewer connection but at some point during our two night stay the cap was forced off and the area around the utility post was flooded with raw sewage. It covered our water hose and power cord where they came in contact with the ground. We could just barely avoid stepping in it to reach over and unhook (and clean) our hose and cord. It was quite disgusting. We did not notice spills in the other sites near us. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very clean laundramat. We have been using this park for years on our visits to Prince George. It is an older park with some need for minor repairs such as electrical posts. However the shade trees at the back in sites come in handy on a hot day like this recent trip when it hit 33C.(91F.) We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is very well kept ADULT park. The trailer sites are maintained and no junk around them. Wi-Fi is available at the laundry. The RV's are in a separate area from the trailers. There is a good pressure wash. It has been full the three nights we have been here, so get reservations. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here 3 days and were very impressed with the park and owners. They were very helpful and friendly and the park was both roomy and clean. It is also pretty close to town for sightseeing purposes. We will stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Best park around for my money. Has pay Wi-Fi but they are working on providing it free or included in rate. Long term sites available at very reasonable rates. Attached to nice mobile home lots. Very nice people/owners who run it. Gravel roads and sites with small grass in between. Fairly narrow lots but room for slide outs. All 50 amp sites are pull throughs. Seems to be a popular spot for people travelling to and from Alaska. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were here with a caravan. In 5 years of RVing this was a weird experience. Physically the park was clean and the grounds/buildings had been well taken care of. So what was it? It turns out the Park had just been sold and had a new owner who seems to have a bias against big rig owners. When the caravan leaders first showed up she accused the caravan of plugging up the sewer system. Except, no units were there yet! The Internet stopped working and when I asked about it she very arrogantly said "you sucked me dry"! Now it was not a good Internet system and didn't work well in the first place. She closed the showers and bath facilities, denying access to our group while telling others in the park they were only closed to us and then giving them a ride in her cart to them. The owner had taken down the "Good Sam" signs and flags and put them in the garbage because of people in motorhomes asking for a 10% discount. On the last morning, when the group met in the covered pavilion for coffee/goodies/goodbyes the electricity to it had been turned off. An electrical cord had to be run from a rig site to the pavilion to power the coffee pots and warmers. In fairness, this park, like most others way up north need improvements to their utilities etc., they just weren't built for today's rigs. The issue here is attitude. Perhaps it will change, but we'll never return to find out. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here with the Winnebago Alaska Caravan on August 30, 2014. The woman who now owns this park apparently has some kind of issues. She was belligerent to all the participants of the Caravan and the Hosts and Tail-Enders who were running the caravan. She put an out of order sign on the showers and restrooms. But, other campers in the park clearly were using them. She informed us, that if we used too much electricity and kicked the breakers, she would not turn them back on. We had just finished a 48 day caravan through Alaska and accomplished it quite easily with limited electricity: so we were used to limited power. Rudeness was the order of the day, as far as her treatment of the owners of the 22 motorhomes that used her park for two days. I would certainly advise Winnebago and the other Caravans that travel to Alaska, BC and the Yukon to steer clear of this park . Also, from the past review, it is advisable for all RVs and campers to look elsewhere for lodging. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We just had the most bizarre experience with this campground. Two of us traveling together in big rigs made reservations over 2 weeks ago for a one night stay on the way through Prince George. When we arrived the office was locked and we went looking for attendant. The woman came strolling over and asked if we had reservations and we said yes. She asked if I gave her my credit card - I could not remember specifically since we've made so many reservations in the last 2 months they all run together. But I did say the if she asked for it then I gave it to her. So she said if we had not given the CC# when we made the reservation then we did not have a confirmed reservation and she was full for the night. She didn't even go in the office to check if we had given CC# over the phone or not. When we insisted we had reservations she got belligerent and the conversation went downhill fast with her telling us just to get lost. So we did. Bizarre indeed. Other than our observation that the sites were very tight and the gravel roads through the park were very tight I have nothing else to report since we did not stay there. I also don't know the rate since we didn't pay which is why I put in $1. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a nice clean park under new management the day before we arrived. The new owners were new to RV Park business and things were a little confused but they seemed to have good business acumen and were interested in making improvements. Power was a problem probably due to the age of the park. Fortunately we did not need our a/c so we managed alright. We would stay here again as it was convenient to town! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed at this park for two nights at the end of our Alaska caravan. The park is under new management since August 1st and seemed a little confused. We had a full hookup site with 30 amp power. With all appliances such as fridge, water heater, etc. turned off, we were hard pressed to make coffee. AC was definitely out of the question. The temperature was 30+ deg C. This park is an old park not set up to handle larger RVs with higher electricity demands. The management told us "this is a remote northern park and the amenities are not the same as we are used to down south". Prince George is a bustling city of 80K population. Not really remote. Will try a different park next time through PG. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We spent two nights here, not much to do this time of year. The few things available were closed on Mondays. Our only full day in PG. Only electric available this time of year, but the restroom was very clean and showers were free, unlike other parks that charge, and lots of hot water in shower. Only really bad thing is that there is very poor drainage of the water from the melting snow at this time of year which created s real problem when we were leaving. The road for exiting the camp loops was a quagmire and our truck sunk up to the axles and we had to contact our emergency road service to be towed out. The owner was nice enough to refund us our camping fee for both nights because of this problem. We have stayed at this park in 2009 and would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a good park, but not great. The guy that checked us in seemed a little confused. He didn't know what sites were available, and sent me to go look. I picked a site and returned while the wife filled out the paperwork. This is one of the parks that the Alaska Caravan tours stop at, and he seemed kind of put out by that. I don't think he likes working too hard. The sites are pull through and the property slopes downhill away from the office. There is Wi-Fi, but I guess it's better if you get closer to the office. I used a Telus air card that worked well. There are good shade trees and decent space between the sites. The restrooms are older but in good shape, and the laundry in new but pricey. Both are definitely not handicap accessible. The restrooms are down a set of 6 concrete steps, and the laundry is up a set of 9 wooden steps. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Found the sites narrow, even though they were pull through. Close to one another. Supposed dog run area was a roughed in trail into the woods which was not good to let dog off leash. Operator seemed a little strange. Don't think we would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Not a bad RV park neat clean with gravel roads. Sites are not level front to back or side to side. The park has a lot of rules that are over enforced by the owner. It is a good overnight stop. It is quite with very little road noise at this time there is a great deal of road construction on the main road to the park. The roads inside the park are tight if you are over 37 feet. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The sites are well spaced and most appear level. We were able to get in with our 40 foot motorhome. I would have rated this park a 10 if the trees along the interior road had been trimmed back. The wi-fi was excellent and included in the price we paid, $28.56 Canadian for a full hook up pull through. We were also able to receive Directv with our roof mounted dome. The owners were very helpful and knowledgeable about the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for two nights in our 33 foot 5th wheel and plan on returning in Sept. for a night. The sites were level and easy to get in and out of. We had cable TV but there were only about 5 stations. The Wi-Fi is not free - $4.95 for 24 hours and this is paid by credit card when you go online. The owner is very friendly and goes out of his way to make you welcome and answer your questions. The lawns, roads, and over-all appearance of the park did not appear as good as what we'd remember from our previous stays in 1998 and 2001 but we would not hesitate to recommend this park to others. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a great park. The owners are friendly and helpful and the sites are reasonably large and well-spaced. The only downside is the lack of cable TV but that's clearly a choice. We were able to get our satellite internet access from our site but not all sites would be able to get a clear enough view of the sky. But the water pressure was good, the power was good and at the time of year we were there it was not crowded. I think the pull throughs are back-to-back sites, though, so I'm not sure they would be available if the park were crowded. As it was, they were well able to accommodate our 36' fifth wheel and long truck without any problems. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The couple running this park do a good job checking you in and making sure you have information about the surrounding area. Sites are level, pull through, and long enough not to need to unhook a tow car. There's a tree or two dividing each space and some plantings at each site. The area is reasonably well maintained. Suppose the constant rain we experienced made this place seem dismal and crowded to us, else we might give a higher rating. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park has nice grass, trees and flowers. The owner is very friendly. Wi-Fi was $5 Cdn.; we didn't buy it. The cable only gets 5 channels, but it's free. The bathrooms were nicely maintained; the handicapped shower was about 36 inches square, but the others are smaller. There was some road noise, since it's right off the highway. We liked the atmosphere. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park. Sites are easy in and out. Office staff is helpful and knowledgeable. Laundry room is clean. Wi-Fi does cost, but it will work in motor home and as noted is fast. Worth the extra cost, even though I feel it should be part of cost. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stop at this park on every trip through Prince George on the way to Alaska and back. The picture on the park's web site actually shows you what the sites look like, which is extremely unusual. The pull-throughs are huge, and the back-ins are large enough, with plenty of room between sites. The owners are a pleasure to talk to and extremely helpful in finding local services. The WiFi is too expensive ($5.95CN/day), but it is blazingly fast. The park is open year around. Sparkling clean laundry and bathrooms. Good soft water. The grounds are landscaped and maintained constantly. My favorite part is the off-leash trails at the back of the park where dogs can run. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great park. Room for big rigs, and Satellite accessibility. Limited Cable TV, but the best, quickest WIFI we have found to date. Worth the hassle of having to pay for it. They even offer a cash rebate coupon for fuel at a station across the highway. Our second time here, and will make a point of stopping here on future trips, even if it means a really short day of travel. Would have given it a 10, but I don't think I've really seen one of those yet. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We enjoyed the park and our dog would have given it a 10. They have a great walking area where you can let your animals off lead if they are well behaved!! It was great. The park was immaculate and the owner has a great attitude. This is a pride of ownership park. There is a charge for the WiFi and there were about 5 channels on the cable TV. He offers fuel discount coupons. A great Canadian campground. Would prefer if the park just added price of WiFi into the nightly rate!!! We were able to keep our tow vehicle hooked up to our big rig at the site. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great management attitudes! We were on a rolling big-rig rally & they got us in & parked with few stress attacks. The sites are north-south oriented & satellites worked great! Some sites are pull-throughs. We were only there overnight & didn't get a chance to check out the town or facilities further. The park is south of town a few miles. We camped here in a Motorhome.