2 RV Parks near Port Edward, British Columbia
May 2016 - $27.00
This park is a pile of rocks at a 45 degree angle. It is very hard to negotiate all the turns needed to get into a spot, and all the "good" spots are taken by permanent residents. The sewer hookup is just a pipe sticking out of the rocks with no connection, just dip your hose into the hole. In addition, the sites are soft and spongy there is no gravel anywhere just rocks. - Travelled
Sep 2015 - $30.00
We had reserved a power & water site.
After we had unhooked our 5th we found out they put us in a power only site. When we checked with management they said that they may not have had a p/w site available when we booked.
They did get us into a p/w site after we said something. Sites are small and very damp. We have a 31ft 5th. I would not recommend anything over 25ft. Cable TV was terrible. Overall we had a great time in Port Edward and Prince Rupert. - jla_vernon
Jun 2015 - $32.00
This was a gem of a campground for us. First off, it was a breath of fresh air to hit the coast and smell the ocean. We had a dusty trip and the rainforest feel of the campground was awesome. The manager was really helpful - oriented us to the RV park and the area. We used their bathrooms and they look great and clean! Looks like they're new. We had no problem at all driving in and parking. We stayed in a full service site and could hear birds singing in the trees. Walked down to the ocean to see fisherman bringing in their catch. We did a camp fire that night and had campfire coffee which was fun. Highly recommend Kinnikinnick for value, ambiance, service, and a perfect getaway. - JohnJM
Jul 2017 - $42.00
Sadly this RV park has a real monopoly in the area, especially if you require electrical, and power. If we were to return to Prince Rupert we would now stay at the Prudhomme provincial campground. The Prince Rupert RV campground is in a great location but is all about making money. Normal pull through sites were reconfigured to fit two travel trailers... both facing forwards so you can't hook up again and leave until the rv in front departs. The majority of sites are not maintained, slanted downwards and very muddy due to the rainy conditions and poor maintenance. Note they charge based on your total length and not just your rv unit. We paid $99 for two nights with a travel trailer of 27 feet and our truck. We lucked out and could hook up to the sewer connection but the trailer on our site just below us couldn't as the connection was uphill. Very poorly maintained campground!!!! Filled with boats and trucks as well. - BCRVcampers
Jul 2016 - $40.00
The park is the only one within the city limits. It is an average park but could really use some sprucing up. There are not many sites that will accommodate the 'Big Rigs.' The Wifi was ok but there is no cable. Satellite dish wouldn't work because of the valley location. - JoyA
Jul 2015 - $40.00
Not the most flashy of places, but it was very acceptable and they happily took us in. The sites weren't amazing, but they definitely were not bad either. It was clean, and that is better than some other places we stayed at.
Compared to other places, the wifi was great. We had a pretty fast internet speed which was great for my family.
Overall, I have nothing to really complain about. I would stay again if I was to be in the area, since it's close to my boat. - DamonR