3 Parks near Kitwanga, British Columbia
Jul 2016 - $29.00
This is a great park to stay at while in the area. The staff was friendly and helpful. The park was very clean. Also, the laundry room was very clean. We didn't use the restrooms or showers. The setting is beautiful and nearly the whole park is covered in green grass. The sites have trees between them. Our site was level and easy to get into and out of. We would stay here again. - Another brick in the wall
May 2016 - $32.00
New managers this year - very personable, very helpful. They have really cleaned up the whole park. When park is full, sites can be a bit tight getting in and out, but it was still quite doable and nicely level. Views are outstanding from the upper section. Just a beautiful spot to spend a night or two. Will return. - wovenfiber
May 2016 - $32.00
I do not remember the nightly rate. Nice park and very clean. The office was accommodating and friendly. Great views etc. as has already been mentioned. The problem is access and egress. we have a 40' motor home with a tow car. Pulling into the pull-through site there are poles located right on the access road on both sides. It is a very tight turn in and my tow car barely missed the pole. I thought I was going to have to de-couple which is a pain for a pull-through. Once in, all was well until exiting the next morning. There are trees on the inside of your exit turn dead on the road on every site with a narrow exit road. I had to de-couple the tow car. Luckily there was no one in the site ahead of me as I needed the room to turn. Even with that, the tree scraped the side of the rig on the way out.
I only mention this to warn anyone with larger than 40'. I cannot imagine making the turn.
A great park but not big rig friendly. - DGHenry
Jul 2016 - $38.00
Wide, long spacious sites, dirt/grass surface but level. 30 amp power, water pressure good with sewer. Utilities are well placed. Wi-Fi is strong: best of any campground I've been in. About 50 sites, very few long-term residents. Interior roads are wide and paved. Park was immaculately clean. Most sites are pull-thru.
If you stay at the campground you get a .05/liter discount at the local Esso station and 10% off at the local grocery store.
Scenery is excellent with Mountain views to the east and west with a river running beside the camp. - daviputnam
May 2016 - $22.00
A few miles off the primary highway, but the countryside is fantastic (and I love the First Nation Totem Poles in the area). Sites options are either hook up or dry camp. Gravel pads with picnic tables. Grass areas were overgrown with dandilions and grass. Lots of overgrown trees, especially along roadway behind office (where most dry camp sites were) - recommend you do not take your rig through that area is you like your paint.
Bath house was an older facility, we did not use them - they did have 1 washer & dryer in a laundry room.
Staff was friendly and helpful.
We took a dry site that backed on the to Stikine River - could see evidence of a large animal having walked through the deep grass behind our site, but we did not see any during our stay. The views of the Hazelton mountains are all around, STUNNING!
They had a dump station and potable water for those that chose to dry camp. - yesmar
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
May 2011 - $4.00
Water & electric hadn't been turned on yet, so we only paid $4 to dry camp. Roomy sites on grass. Big rig friendly. Nearby Hazelton Visitor Center gave us good info about First Nations totem poles in area. - JCMDT