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1 RV Park near Bell II, British Columbia
Jul 2017 - $35.00
Very small campground connected with a lodge - lodge has gas, restaurant and very small store. Not much to do but good stop on the way to Alaska - ctravelgal04
Sep 2016 - $38.00
We stayed at Bell 2 Lodge Campground during travel from Alaska on the Cassiar Highway. A very pleasant stay and several steps above the typical RV campground found in remote areas of British Columbia. The grounds were kept up nicely and were surrounded by a woods. A nice restaurant and gas is available on site. During our stay, the camping sites were occupied by travelers like ourselves and hunters. The lodge also offers heli-sking during the winter season. WiFi is offered, but at a fee so we did not use. Only 15 amp service is offered, so be prepared. We had no problems with water or flying bugs as previously mentioned. As other reviewers mentioned, it is pricey for what you get, but in this area you are a captive audience with very little choices. - Golfgirl
Jun 2016 - $30.00
This is the only game in town in this area if you need to hook up and/or dump. Sites are fairly close together and only 15 amp svc. Most are pull thrus. Overpriced for what you get, but you're a captive audience. Didn't use showers/restroom, but they looked fine. Food in the restaurant was good. Biggest problem was swarms of mosquitoes and gnats. And I mean SWARMS! I would've given my eye teeth for a headnet (which I bought the next day). Bring one and plenty of DEET if you are in this area in June. The wi-fi was ridiculously expensive so we went without. No cell service. Oh, and the water was dark brown. Disgusting. Had planned on filling the water tank, but, no thanks. If we hadn't needed to dump, we would've just stayed somewhere off the road for the night. - Pdxjoanne