2 RV Parks near Liard River, British Columbia
Jun 2016 - $30.00
The only reason to stay here is to visit the Liard Hot Springs across the highway. The hot springs were fantastic! The RV park leaves a lot to be desired. Sites are only about 55' long and 10' apart. The interior road is too narrow so those on the second row can't leave if their neighbors or the RV in front of them is still there. Those on the front row can exit freely. Power was 15 amps supplied to a 30 amp pedestal. Each line checked with 120 volts but they stated you only had 15 amps total at the plug. You'll have no WiFi, no cell coverage, no fuel, no store (it was closed), so plan accordingly. - Danno
Jul 2015 - $1.00
Do not know the rate as we were part of a prepaid caravan. Small park with 20 & 30 amp rows of pullthus. 20 amp sites had 30amp plug but 20 amp breaker. This is very remote RV park associated with a cute little lodge. Power from generator which was not large enough for full campground on hot day. Owners were VERY nice. Lots of mosquitoes but did not bother us. We camped here on Canada day and there was no celebration - could not even buy a drink at the restaurant. - lyzzards
May 2015 - $30.00
The 30 amp power is not all that good. Sites are pretty level. If I had to do it again I would just pay for dry camping. The hot springs are really nice and hot. Cost $5 per person. All the roads in Canada are gravel and full of pot holes. Will skip this place if in the area again. - neilontheroad
Jun 2016 - $25.00
This is a nice provincial park with the added bonus of the wonderful hot springs. We made reservations several days in advance so we were able to get a spot. Without reservations one might not be so lucky especially on the weekend. Our gravel site was spacious and absolutely level. As stated in earlier reviews, the walk to the spring was reasonably short and not strenuous in the least. I was slightly disappointed in the traffic noise. Perhaps in a different part of the campground it wouldn't have been quite so noticeable. We would stay here again. - Airstreamers
Jun 2016 - $26.00
Park is adjacent to the hot springs and camping includes access to springs. Camp spaces are mostly back-in, we detached tow vehicle although there are a few pull-throughs. Free firewood (feature of Canadian provincial parks) and fire pits and picnic tables. Sites are widely spaced with trees between and level. Easy walk to springs along the boardwalk. Barrel style fire pits restrict heat output. - AGalinAZ
May 2016 - $26.00
You will love the hot springs here. If you walk about 1/2 mile along a boardwalk from the day use area you will find the hot springs. Stop by the restroom before walking in as there are no facilities at the springs except men and women changing rooms and open storage for your clothes. Bathing suits are required.
To the right as you arrive, where the springs bubble out of the ground it is very hot, hotter than is comfortable to me. To the left below the small waterfall it is warm instead of hot and more to my liking. Unless you have tough feet, beach shoes of some sort are suggested as the pebbles are hard on the feet and the pool ranges from knee to waist deep. As you sink into the water your troubles seem to melt away. You are at once surrounded by nature and confronted by the warm mineral water. We are now looking for more hot springs as we travel.
As for the campground itself, it has a small entrance, but handles 40 Ft motorhomes with a tow vehicle easily. Charge of $26 included access to the hot springs. All the sites are back-in except for the overflow parking across the road. The people at check in are helpful and friendly. There is a day use area where overnight parking is prohibited. Firewood is plentiful if you have an ax. This is dry camping only, no hookups at any site. There is water connection near the entrance; If you need water, get it going in as it is on the wrong side when going out. The spaces are generally large, gravel and level. Roads were dusty. Some spaces are near the Alaskan Highway, but the traffic seems to stop about sundown. There is no WiFI, no Phone, and no TV. You are out with nature. If you must have your Internet fix or die, you may want to stay elsewhere. But at least stop at the day use area ($5 per person or $10 per vehicle) and get in the hot springs. It's wonderful. - DebGA