1 RV Park near Good Hope Lake, British Columbia
Aug 2016 - $20.00
Boya Lake Campground is one of the British Columbia Provincial Parks. It is highly popular and one of the nicest parks I've ever seen. Admittedly the road to Boya Lake is terrible (Canada highway 37) as it is mostly gravel, hilly, and with a lot of curves. There are no hookups, but the scenery far outweighs the disadvantage. If you plan on staying here, I would strongly advise arriving before 3:00 in the afternoon as it is 'first-come, first-serve'.
I would stay here again. - mpruet
Jul 2016 - $20.00
Beautiful, crystal clear, turquoise lake. Most sites face onto lake where you can launch a canoe or kayak. Picnic tables, fire pits. Views of the mountains are fantastic. Shaded sites separated by trees. - AGalinAZ
Oct 2015 - $20.00
Stayed here on the way to Alaska and also on the return trip 3 months later. All the sites are spacious, which include back-ins and pull thrus. Easy access off the Cassier. Roads are good thru the park. Our RV is 32 ft plus tow, no problem fitting. The lake is gorgeous. You'd think you were in the Caribbean. There is enough of trees to create privacy between sites. Our pull thru site was level, lake front and had picnic table and fire pit. No hookups. Extremely peaceful and beautiful. No bugs! - Buckie