6 RV Parks near Donald, British Columbia
Aug 2014 - $40.00
Beautiful hidden gem! We stayed here for one night and the only negative is that we couldn't stay longer because they were all booked up! Absolutely breath taking views and big sites. We were in a fairly private site right across from the playground. Big site with table and fire pit. Long road down the mountain to get there, but so worth it. We're planning to come back and spend our next vacation here. A++++ campground! - Jenni_867
Sep 2017 - $39.00
We wanted to try something in the Golden area that was further from the trains and Transcanada. Definitely quieter than other campgrounds. Check in was efficient and polite. Fairly clean except for other campers dog poops that weren't picked up. Good enough for 1 night on the way to somewhere else. - Thedogsma
Jun 2017 - $20.00
We had a really bad experience here. We will never return or recommend to anyone!!!! First, we had to go find the guy to check in. Then he asks me if we're going to run our AC. I tell him no. He says he'll have to charge me more if we do. Then we have to pay $5/day for WiFi. I say okay and pay him. We get to our site and there's no WiFi. So I go to the laundry room and the lady who owns it is gardening nearby and said that they are working on the WiFi. She doesn't offer a refund. So I start my laundry and the power goes out... for 3 hours!! Next 2 days we have all of our windows and door open and we're running our fans and the AC police comes by and tells us that we didn't pay to run the AC! I tell him that it's our fans and, oh by the way, the WiFi does not work. He tells me to get in his golf cart and go with him to the office and get the WiFi there. That didn't work either. He said that he'd tell the owner. We also told another guy (son?) He didn't care either. And, of course, no one was in the office at 8:30 when we were leaving. Couldn't wait to get out of there and just sacrificed the money. Really old park with junk all over the place. Also, the mosquitoes are just awful!! You can't be outside or you'll be eaten alive!! It's a 25 or 30 minute drive to Golden to do or get anything! Avoid this place!!! - 2VetsRVing
Apr 2017 - $35.00
We had a pull through and stayed in Site #47. The PT was long enough for us to stay hitched to the trailer and we are 55' long in total. The park's roadways were large enough to make manoeuvrability not a problem. Sites were a combination of grass and hard gravel. It was early in the year and the grass we just greening up. The manageress was very friendly and helpful. We have previously stayed at the Municipal Campground and Whispering Spruce and this park is decidedly better. The only downside if there is one, is that it is located about 16 miles west of Golden at Donald, BC. We would definitely stay there again. - Gary & Rachelle
Aug 2017 - $30.00
This park was the best deal in the area right next to a golf course. You can't see the golf course from the area you camp in, but we took the short walk over to the clubhouse and had dinner and a beer out on the nice patio. We stayed here two nights in order to raft the Kicking Horse River. This was a nice stay and everything was relaxed and low-key. We were given our site number when we called to make the reservation, so we parked the rig and then walked down to the clubhouse to check in. Otherwise, we never really saw the management, but there were no issues whatsoever. We will warn you though that there is a long narrow one-lane bridge over the river that you have to cross in order to get to the park that we did not expect. This bridge is not for the faint of heart if you have a big rig! (but very do-able) This campground is on the other side of the river so it isn't as close-in as it first appeared, but we would stay here again. - bradfeldt
Aug 2017 - $30.00
this is a "forest service" type campground with electricity. there is no water, except potable water at the first turn out for the campground. There is no septic and no bathrooms, except 3 porta potties. there is no cell service that I could pick up on, but there is very good WiFi! - saturn7
Jul 2016 - $26.00
Secluded spot for RVers who like to get in a round of golf, if it doesn't rain. Beautiful golf course and clean, easy to navigate RV park. Quiet and level gravel sites with lots of shade. Verizon signal ok. $26 nightly rate is CAD.
There are two narrow bridges on the road up to the facility, Class A's might want to scope out ahead of time. - AGalinAZ
Jul 2017 - $1.00
We stopped in here to see if they had a site because we wanted to stay in Golden for one night in order to do the white-water rafting nearby. The campground was very run down and is recovering from some storm damage. There was no privacy and the sites were very close. It definitely wasn't as nice as it appeared in the pictures and we did not stay even though they were able to find a very rough and extremely uneven site that would accommodate us. The guy running the park was friendly and was trying to accommodate us. Would recommend other parks in the area instead. - bradfeldt
Aug 2016 - $42.00
We were greeted by an upset unprofessional manager because we arrived 45 minutes before check in time of 1pm. We looked at our assigned site and found trash and basically a spot in the dirt. They advertise 50 amp but only have 30 amp electric.
Because of the way we were treated and the overall run down condition of the park, for the first time since we started RVing, we asked for our deposit back and left for another park in the area. - 5rhauler
Jul 2016 - $20.00
So much to dislike and we were there 7 nights. Very old park which has been neglected for a long time. The good: excellent WiFi, easy in/out, new laundry equipment. The bad: site was mostly dirt. No gravel for years. Door opened to a tree a foot away. Park is 100 feet from Canada's Highway 1, main east/west route across Canada. Park is on a grade of the highway: eastbound 18 wheelers in low gear at max RPM; westbound trucks are on their exhaust brakes 24x7. Noisiest park I have stayed in.
Showers/washrooms are very old, not very clean.
Should be considered a desperation one night only park.
Park apparently has only 2 employees; one is friendly, the other should find another line of work. - mmaill01
Sep 2017 - $42.00
We stayed 1 night in a site on the river. The sites are well used and could use a little TLC. The water and power vary and are not necessarily together. In our case we could not reach the water. Other sites vary from tent sites to pull-through's and configurations can be quite unusual. The river trail is quite nice but others were closed due to bears in the area. - lrp374
Jul 2017 - $42.00
July 31, Monday Town of Golden Municipal Campground, 70 sites, hookups and no hookups, $42, site 2, WiFi This campground is in the town of Golden, BC between Glacier National Park and Yoho National Park. It is run by the town and located on the river which you can walk to but can't see from your site because of a dike. Railroad tracks are across the river and you can hear the trains but they did not bother us. There are also tent sites in the woods. Many of the sites along the river are narrow and right next to others. It is located in a busy area with a school across the street. Check in was easy and there is a little store at the office. Showers and the laundromat are next to the office and there is a second bathhouse closer to the wood sites. This campground filled up at night especially now being summer time. The washers/dryers/ showers would not accept our quarters and the office didn't have anything to exchange it. This is a convenient town to get gas and food before one heads into Lake Louise. - gsnakehill
Nov 2016 - $35.00
This is a fairly typical municipal campground with side-by-sides and having little privacy. As their website says, the campground is located next to Kicking Horse River, which is a pleasant place to sit and contemplate the milky water as it flows by. However, their ad does not mention that on the other side of the river are train tracks, on which trains run throughout the night - bring earplugs. All sites have a picnic table and fire pit, and firewood($) is available at their small store. Electric and water connections require 60 feet of hose/cord. Hot showers are $1/6 min. There is free WiFi, but it is extremely slow. - driftdiver1
Sep 2017 - $60.00
We stayed two nights while traveling from Banff to Vancouver. It gave us a day to explore the area a bit. The sites were in the trees and provided privacy. Water and electric hook ups, with a dump station available. The whole place had a wilderness feeling. The night sky was amazing! Hosts were friendly and helpful. - Airosmith
Aug 2017 - $53.00
Great views. Very peaceful park with exceptionally large private sites. No sewer, or site internet but other amenities more than make up for this. - D. Brooks
Jul 2017 - $50.00
We stayed here for 3 days and loved it. Such a beautiful area with a gorgeous surrounding vista. We had a very relaxing stay. The wash house includes laundry and showers and is quite nice by campground standards. We had a motorhome- the sites are close by, but there are trees that give you a lot of privacy. There are lots of mosquitoes, but we would happily come again and highly recommend. - Ndukay