This is located at historic milepost 710 (Km 1,000) of the Alaska Highway and was established just after the Alaska highway was complete and the war over as a lodge for the bus tourists to stay. It is now a restaurant/bar/motel/RV Park/Fuel stop. The trees adjacent host an unusually nice little campground. Some sites are pull through with over 70' length. Trees and vegetation separate each site. Plenty of the sites have 30 amp power. At this time the shower house was closed but were advised there were showers available in the lodge. There is a dump station near the exit. The water spigot at the shower house was dry. Free Wi-Fi is available in the lodge and was quite good. Fire rings are available if you get a day without mosquitoes. We did not try the cafe but truckers do stop there for breakfast. To enter the pull through sites, go to the left of the entrance with the stop sign. There were a few potholes as per usual in this country. At $20 it seemed to be a good value in that it included Wi-Fi. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Big rig friendly. Some shade. Nice space between sites. There was a free RV wash (cold water, but it helped get the muck of the Cassiar Hwy off the rig.) Shower & toilet room was in bad shape. There was a restaurant, but there wasn't enough staff to open for dinner. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We enjoyed staying at this campground. Really quiet and peaceful. The laundry was very clean, the restrooms and showers were immaculate! The restaurant had some really good sourdough pancakes. People running park were very helpful and friendly. Would definitely come back here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a convenient park for those traveling the Cassiar. Sites are gravel and very level with water and electric (30amp). Sewer sites are being added and the bathrooms are very clean. Nice playground for children. We camped here in a Motorhome.