Free camping right on the Similkameen river! Only 6 spots though. You need to be fully self contained, since there are no hookups, no water spigots, and no outhouses. Nice sites, fairly level, and all but one right on the river bank. If you want to go kayaking or canoeing you can start right off your camping spot. The downer is the Highway just across the river, but traffic mostly dies down at night. To get here, leave Hwy 3 into Princeton, take a right turn onto Old Hedley road and drive about 6 km. The sites will be on your right. We will come back. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
This park has been let go. The resort is comprised of cabins and an RV park on a hill overlooking a nice valley. The RV section needs major work. Many of the electrical boxes are missing, the sites are not maintained, and pretty rough shape. We were assigned site 34 but it was too short for our 35 foot RV so we ended up in site 32. There are no sewer hookups. Sign in was lengthy and we were over charged. The front end clerk didn't know how to refund our visa so she did it with cash. Its a pity they don't upgrade the park, because the location is wonderful. Some money into infrastructure could make this RV park a real gem. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Basic gravel parking lot for those who want to golf for a few days. We got in too late for that. "Host" seemed annoyed that we got in at dinner time. Has a Good Sam sign but does not give GS discount. Could not get on the Wi-Fi. Some other campers (all Canadians) tried to help but didn't work - fun talking with them though! Would stay here again and get in earlier to play some golf. We camped here in a Motorhome.
RV park area is basically a large graveled parking lot with each RV site clearly marked. Each site has a smallish grassy area c/w fire ring. Firewood is free. Washrooms, shower area and laundry very clean. Lots of room to maneuver large rigs into each site. Hosts are on site and very friendly. If you are not here to partake in a golf package, this park is a good one or two night stay while you pass through the area on the way to somewhere else! All the normal conveniences expected with a golf club are available to RV'ers. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed here for one night on route to Calgary from Vancouver. The park was not busy, check in was quick and simple. We were assigned site 20 which backs onto the river. No problem to back in our 26.5 foot rented 5th wheel. Dodge Ram 3500 parked in front of trailer, no problem. Our site was gravel, well kept. All the sites along the river appeared to have fire pits. Washrooms very clean, did not use the free showers. Although close to the highway, noise at night was not too bad. Would certainly go back for a day or two as a stop-over from one destination to another. Wifi was good, no problems connecting, perhaps because park was quiet but nonetheless we were happy with it. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The pictures are very deceiving. The sites are very close together. The park is about 50 yards away from a very busy highway, with semi-trucks going by constantly. There is not much room for the kids to play. It basically looks like they made a pull off area off the highway into a small RV park. Would not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice park by the river, open April through October. All RV sites have water and electricity (dump station) and are grass covered with a gravel access road. Internet worked well but there’s no over-the-air or cable TV. Manager/owners are friendly and take good care of the place. We camped here in a Motorhome.