1 Park near Hazelton, British Columbia
May 2016 - $37.00
This is in response mostly to kmghmg negative review of this park. After reading this and another negative review we almost passed over this gem and I am so glad we didn't. We are early in the year so the office was closed when we pulled in. We found a site with an open shot to the sky and hooked up with Directv. In the process of setting up, we were welcomed by the manager Ross McRae who was bubbling over with enthusiasm about the park and the history of Hazelton. Being local First Nation, he is fully invested in the area. I don't think I have ever felt so welcomed to a park. He is passionate about the history here and wants everyone who visits to have a positive experience. He invited me back to the office where he provided a map of the area along with personal commentary on the history of the area.
The park itself is drop dead gorgeous. It is surrounded by snow capped mountains and at the edge of a beautiful river. The sites are separated by 15' to 25' of grassy area. The access roads are well paved. Do I wish we had 50 amps? Yes. Oh well. The wifi worked well but even if it didn't I had a strong 4g signal I could use.
I will not be influenced by a snitty negative review again. - DGHenry
Aug 2015 - $35.00
This is a First Nations park, next to recreated First Nations village of Ksan. A beautiful spot on the river, with great historical information provided. Be sure to visit when Ksan Heritage Dancers are performing. - User2568
Jul 2015 - $32.00
I realize others have given this park high marks, but we felt the park was quite disappointing. Despite reading here on this website that the park has 50 amp power, it evidently does not (we checked almost all the sites). We asked the guy at the office about it, and he didn't know (and truly didn't care to help us), so he told us to just walk around looking for ourselves. Their internet within the park itself had been vandalized, according to the office guy, so we had to sit at the office to get access. There was a pile of trash under the picnic table when we arrived. There are evidently no park rules (could be both good and bad), no map of the property, etc. There's not much else to choose from in the area. On the positive side, it's very easy to get around inside the park - good roads and wide spaces - and it has full hookups. We wouldn't stay here again though. Too many negatives. - kmghmg