6 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
Aug 2016 - $35.00
Upon arriving at the park, you immediately notice the many flowers surrounding the easily found office. The park is very big rig friendly with large grassy pull-thrus, 30amp, good water pressure, two person picnic tables, gravel roads and fire ring. You will hear trains in the distance as well as coyotes. Will return for the quiet and spacious sites. - RJourney
Jul 2016 - $35.00
Very nice campground. Large pull-through sites. Hosts very accommodating. - Cake on the beach
Sep 2015 - $25.00
We have stayed here several times, we love this park. Huge pullthrus, all 30 amp, grass sites and beautiful views. Great owners! Great WiFi and a view channels on our antenna, enough. Golden only a 30 minute drive. We will be back. - Traveller Excel
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
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
Apr 2016 - $45.00
A small herd of goats roamed around the park for some time.
Lots of trees, surrounded by mountains, excellent wifi
Staff went way above expectations. - absnowbird
Aug 2015 - $40.00
Sites were a little small but very nice campground!! - Chezanne1982
Aug 2012 - $34.00
Gravel sites, very crowded, very busy, no TV(0) channels, Wi-Fi at office only. Two bathhouses, one old and really bad, one good but a far walk. Some hookups require a 50 foot hose, electric the same way. An international flavor at this park, people from everywhere. - mjtesky
Jul 2012 - $32.00
This campground is along side the Kicking Horse River and a great walking path. Unfortunately, it is also across the river from trains that seemed to be coming by very frequently. We were able to get WiFi at our site with help from a router booster. Sites are fairly good sized and we had a site by the river. It was a good base for exploring Canadian National Parks. Staff friendly and helpful. - Bearpup
Jun 2016 - $31.00
The sites were very roomy and a lot of space between sites so was very nice and quite.The only negative is not having sewer hookups. Beautifully located and very well maintained. Mosquitoes were horrendous but no fault of the RV park. - Donny Mackelprang
Aug 2014 - $36.00
Unique outdoor setting. Para-gliders and hang gliders land right in the field in front of the camp ground. Washrooms are super clean. No sewer at site but dump is available coming and going with easy access. Wi-Fi is strong at the office, and somewhat manageable if you are in the front row. Definitely you want the front row to see the gliders landing. Also horses on site and riding. Excellent place for an outdoor experience. Staff is very friendly. Mosquitoes are heavy so bring spray. Our site was very long no problem for us with RV + cargo trailer. - lcoverosey
Jul 2011 - $50.00
You have to check this place out! Nestled between the mountain ranges with Rockies on both sides it is awe inspiring. Immaculate washrooms and facilities. No sewer at the sites, but dump station is close to the RV area. Pull through sites are HUGE. Yes, the mosquitoes could be a little annoying, but come prepared for it. Many trails and forest service roads in the area to get you off the beaten path. Some go to the top of the mountains including Mount 7. There is a local hang and para glider jump point with views overlooking the RV park and valley. Hats off to the park. They know how to make you feel welcome and accommodated. - TPBurt