Stayed at the Poplars to and from the Yukon. Quiet, clean, and good price. They now offer only Campground/RV Park and Cabins. Their cafe is closed as is their fuel. I was told they had the business for 21 yrs and now want to scale back. I got there in mid June, and they had just opened the day before. They said they will close sometime in late Sept. We camped here in a Tent.
This campground is CLOSED. Roadside sign approaching from the North says "OPEN," but rounding the corner you can see fence and barrels blocking both driveways. We continued a few miles to Toad River Lodge. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The sites are long, level, dirt pull-throughs. We had FHU's in site #30 at the top of the hill next to a large open area. We had beautiful views in front and left of us. The pull through sites are long but extremely narrow and the park felt very cramped when it got more full in the evening. We had a problem with our power, it dipped significantly when load was high in the evening. Staff was friendly and helpful. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the 4th year we stay at this campground and it is one of our favourites. This time we were in pull through #24 and it had easy access and was perfectly level. A bonus was a quick lock on from my satellite dish onto the Bell system which is more rare than usual. The only drawback to this pull through was a lack of drainage for our holding tank but there was a dump facility nearby so this was not a great inconvenience. Greatly appreciated was the 30 amp service which is fairly rare along this highway. Our only negative observation was the cleanliness of the washroom and shower area. This was the first time we have seen this here and the only thing we can imagine is this camp ground is being expanded and they might be short of staff. Would we stay here again? Definitely! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate shown is with Good Sam discount and tax. Our site (#21)was a level gravel back-in with a full hookup (30 amp). All utilities worked fine. It had a great view of the small lake behind the park. At first we were given an EW site as staff told us all sites were full hookups. The pull-through sites are not. Some of the back-in sites (19-21) have a cable TV connection. There were 8 or 9 channels and most were spotty. Wi-Fi signal was fair to good and good enough for e-mail or browsing. There is a small restaurant and store on site. We camped here in a Motorhome.
As campgrounds go along the Alaskan Highway, this is a really good one. Our site fee was based on Good Sam membership. We elected one of the back-in sites which are next to the lake and good spacing between sites. It is very pretty with mountains all around. Our only caution. We used our own washer/dryer and some of the clothes got a rust-type stain. We also noticed a metallic smell when we showered. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We camped in the trees overlooking the lake and loved the view. We had full hookups for the price which is not bad for this area. The pull through sites are close packed with no sewers. The restrooms and showers were old but clean enough considering the age. They need to upgrade them. The restaurant had good food at what is reasonable for the area. The staff did have an English problem but not insurmountable. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park on the Toad River. Easy in an out pull-through sites. Beautiful setting. We watched a bull moose across the river for several hours at night and then a cow moose in the morning. WiFi worked only inside the building. The staff person did not seem to understand English when we were trying to pick out a site. She also provided no directions on how to enter the camping area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We arrived here after driving through a lot of snow. We had called ahead, thankfully, because they only had five sites open for the season (May). These sites were pretty close together, but they had some really good sites, not open yet, on the lake with hook ups. There is a restaurant there, too. Lots of locals seem to congregate here, it has a warm feel. It looks like they are doing quite a bit of work there on something, not quite sure what, maybe some cabins? We would stay here again. However, it should be noted that it is not close to anything. Muncho Lake is not too far away, maybe an hour. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a cute little park right on the Toad River. We stayed in a center pull-through site so we didn't have to unhook our toad. There are several river-front sites that are perfect with a view and fishing. Over in the small cove of the river where the beaver dam is there are tent camping sites. There is a double site with an outdoor "bar" with a sink under a shelter. We used this as an overnighter and would do so again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice little park right on the highway but also next to a small lake. We were there early so only power and TV cable were available. Water and sewer were frozen. Only about 7 sites were available due to frozen water lines. Bathrooms and laundry were under renovation so no comments on those. Decent restaurant and full services with gas, diesel, and propane. Mechanics were there for repairs. Staff was nice. We would stay there again if lake side site was available. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Comfortable campground with most sites overlooking a large pond/Reflection Lake. The pull-through sites are in the middle of the park with no trees. Waterfront sites are average in size,certainly wide enough to extend those slides and awnings, without encroaching on your neighbor. They offer a nice cafe that opens at 6:30am for those who need to get an early start. The cable/satellite TV offers a limited number of channels but does include 1 HBO/Canada chanel if you want a break from reading. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Actual price was about 5.50 in Canadian funds. One of the most picturesque spots we’re ever camped at!! We would have rated this campground much higher, but the old abandoned vehicles need to be removed along with old washers and dryers, and a burned out cabin. The showers and washrooms were adequate, but really need a thorough cleaning (or replacement)! Get a cinnamon roll as soon as you register, as they don’t last long. Watch for moose in the lake, late evening and early morning. The electric service (30 amp) was adequate. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This was a very relaxful, full hook-up park (30AMP) on a beautiful lake. A bull moose came every day and evening. Home of beaver and water fowl on the lake also. A restful joy of an RV park to stay. We were in a 43ft. motorcoach, site 18 on the lake. Lots of room between each site and shady pine trees if you have waterfront sites. They also have grassy pull-through sites by the road. A clean RV park. Owners were very friendly. The restaurant for breakfast was great. Also good diesel fuel prices for the motorcoach. Were going to stay at a resort by Muncho Lake, until we drove there and found it was not up to expectations. Was way overpriced, only 15AMPS and a dump station! Glad we found this little RV park to relax for a great two nights. I would recommend this park to anyone traveling from Dawson Creek making a stop before traveling to Watson Lake! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Laundry is $5 per load. Pay at the office. We had a long back-in overlooking the lake and watched mom mallard teaching her 3 ducklings about diving for food. We would stay here again. Rate is with Good Sam discount. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Good stopping point on the Alaskan highway. Main breakers for the campground should be larger as they overloaded with a full campground. Otherwise, echo previous comments. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the best park we've found so far in Canada. It's not perfect, but was exactly what we were looking for at the time. The pull through sites down on the flat are okay, but the back-ins up in the trees are exceptional. Large sites, lots of trees and a fair amount of grass. They back-up to Reflection Lake which hosts an active beaver colony, a variety of ducks, muskrats, and the occasional moose. Ringed by mountains, and minutes from Muncho Lake Provincial Park. Free firewood, firepits, picnic tables. Reasonably priced, good Wi-Fi, cable TV. If you want swimming pools and playgrounds, this isn't your place. If you want a quiet, comfortable campsite in a beautiful natural setting, I highly recommend it. Will go out of my way to stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park provides reliable utilities, level gravel sites with picnic tables, grills, free firewood and a beautiful natural setting. Many sites back up onto a small lake or beaver pond. The tent section includes an open-air, roofed sink and counter area. The facilities are scruffy, old but functional; laundry is $5 per load to wash and dry. Perimeter sites were quiet and had wildlife and bird-watching opportunities. Pull-through sites nearer the highway probably lack this advantage. The price reflects the Good Sam discount. We would be happy to stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Beautiful, shaded, lakeside view of wildlife. The fastest, most responsive Wi-Fi we've had the whole trip, but the most expensive gas (and laundry?) as well. A really nice overnight stop, and we would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a beautiful park located on a lake-marsh frequented by moose. We selected back in space number 16 in lieu of a pull-through in order to enjoy the view. The site was level and required no blocks for our rig. This was a very memorable location and we would return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate is for 30 amp FHU back-in site. Great little stopping place that has five pull-through sites out in the open in the center of the park. We opted for a back-in site that easily accommodated our large motorhome and toad, which backed up to the beaver pond and also allowed us to get on our Internet satellite. Free firewood and a fire stand at each site was also a nice treat. There was a large mobile BC Hydro diesel generating station in front of the park which meant there is some noise, but that also meant very reliable electric service. There is also some noise from the nearby hill on the Alaskan Highway. To us this was one of those little gems you sometimes find along the road. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This RV park is adjacent to a lodge and restaurant. It is right on the highway, and there is an airstrip across the highway, but the noise level was minimal. Our pull-through site was nice and wide and plenty long so we didn't have to unhook the toad. Sites are gravel with grass between sites. There are no trees in the pull-through portion of the park. Using the sani-dump requires circling through the park to get to it on the correct side. The park was neat and clean. The driveway in front of lodge was pot-holed and muddy due to recent snow. The Wi-Fi was somewhat unreliable and the cable TV had limited channels, but the mountain views were breathtaking. Overall, this is a very pleasant park, and we would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
You can’t beat the scenery at this RV Park. They had wild ponies on the other side of a beautiful lake and a moose eating in the swamp behind the park. We got to watch a stunning moonrise over the nearby mountains. My kids loved the tree house at the back of the park. They sell stamps, and you can mail letters and postcards there: mailboxes are scarce on the Alaska Highway. They also sell gas, which was pricey but convenient. The bath house was very nice and clean. The gravel parking spots were level and easy. Our spot was a little close to the other campers, but not too crowded. They had both pull-throughs and back-ins. The back-ins were more private and had shade trees and a better view of the gorgeous scenery. The free Wi-Fi worked great at our site. We would have given the park a better rating, but most of the staff was unpleasant and acted like all customers were a nuisance. In addition, we washed our clothes here and got rust stains on a few of our white shirts. The stains weren’t too bad (and there was a sign warning us), but I would probably wait to wash clothes next time. The washers and dryers were not in great repair, and they worked on an honor system where you paid $5/load (for both washing and drying) ahead of time at the diner. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stopped here in mid June and again in mid August. This campground is OK with pull through sites for big rigs and even some back ends for the big rigs. The Wi-Fi signal didn't reach us at site #13 for some reason all tho the limited satellite TV worked well. Scenic views of beaver pond, lake with evening/morning moose visits and mountains make this campground very worthwhile. The cafe is popular with locals and travelers. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We don't have rusty water (although, a note by the washers say there is iron in the water that may stain clothes) and the power has been fine. We have had slight problems with power at other parks. The scenery is great, we have a spot overlooking the lake, they have a popular restaurant, and a gas station (expensive, but needed). We get a good WiFi signal at our site. The grounds are kept clean and attractive. We camped here in a Motorhome.
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We had a lot of problems with low voltage at this park. The water was very rusty. The lake was very nice, and the view of distant mountains gorgeous. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Pull through sites had no sewer hookups. The 30 amp electric varied from 102 volts up to 133 volts. We were able to get DirecTV with our satellite on site #22. I would not recommend this campground to anyone. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Excellent small campground, no dump at site. First time we dumped at dump station, second time through, a couple weeks later, dump station closed. Otherwise great spot and a very nice place to eat, friendly folks. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.