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3 RV Parks near Dease Lake, British Columbia
Aug 2016 - $36.00
Was way too expensive for what we got. No electricity. No water. Pit toilets that were clean. We shared a site with our friends and split the cost. But $36.00 is way, way expensive. Not the $15 as on the web. - ClaudiaH
May 2016 - $15.00
Be forwarned - Wilderness Camping means NO SERVICES. No hook ups, no dump, just cleared sites and pit toilets. When I asked about the advertised free W-Fi, was advised "Wi-Fi is down" (but my computer showed their locked link was up). They offer laundry services for $11 (including soap)- they run a portable generator to get power for you to wash a load.
Dirt road from highway leads down towards lake. very steep - if it was wet or you had a big, heavy rig, you might have issues. Tree covered sites relatively level, some are very tight, others wide. Picnic table and fire rings at sites. There is a boat ramp and dirt dock if you bring a boat or want to go fishing.
It was beautiful and quiet in the trees with the wind coming across the lake. We made do with what we had, but if I'm paying for dry camping with an RV, at minimum I want public toilets/showers, a dump station, and potable water like you'd find at a provincial or state park, otherwise it's the same as boondocking in a parking lot.
Price is $25/night unless you have Passport America, when it's $15. Firewood is available at $10 bundle (May '16). - yesmar
Jun 2014 - $23.00
Winding road down off of Hwy 37 to get to campground. Only one pull-through, which we got - a little tight but doable. Wi-Fi was okay. Owner knocked on door at 1030 PM and told us to turn off our generator! Got up early, left and drove up to a rest stop where we stopped, turned on the generator and made our coffee! Would probably not stay there again as $23 seems a lot to pay for Wi-Fi and not be able to use your generator. - Retired FL CSM
Jul 2018 - $8.00
12 ft wide 1 lane bridge entering looks a lot narrower in a big m/h. Several sites for big rigs. We stayed at the first one which was 15. New road is up high so you really don't hear the little bit of traffic. Wifi in town available at the college. Very expensive fuel in town. No radio, TV or cell service. Near the river which was roaring. Some mosquitoes. - mrracechaser
Jun 2016 - $8.00
This is a dry camp park on the river. Beautiful river sites and very clean. This site was just long enough for my 32 foot RV. No tow vehicle! Rustic site but very peaceful and beautiful river. Enjoyed my stay overlooking the river. Small campground with no services, just good quiet place to stay. - Hensons RV
Jun 2016 - $8.00
This is a pleasant little basic campground with no services except garbage cans, outhouse, and water spigot situated right along the river. At $10 Canadian, it's a clean and affordable place to stop for the night. There were no other campers there the night we stayed. The site was level and we had a picnic table. Better suited to small to medium size rigs. It's close to the highway, but the sites further back were fairly quiet and there isn't much traffic at night. Bugs weren't bad, which was not the case at several other stops we made on the Cassiar Highway. Would stay again. - Pdxjoanne
Sep 2017 - $76.00
This park is on the main highway 37. The entrance is very tight, need to cut some branches on it as well as in the park.
We were on a tour with 24 RV units. The owner/ manager was a complete ass. He was rude to our wagon master, doesn't have a diagram of his park, in short this park owner needs an attitude adjusting, or get out of this business. Will not stay ever at this park. Will not recommend it either. - Chicabunny
Jul 2017 - $28.00
Basic Park in the middle of nowhere. Wide pull thru's. No road noise. Good wi fi. No cell coverage. Host not the most friendly. - Alaskamike
Aug 2016 - $28.00
Nice level pull through, for an overnight it was perfect, no road noise, washrooms were OK shower looked OK coin operated. - dennis 88