8 Parks near Prince George, British Columbia
Aug 2015 - $35.00
Easy access from Hwy 97. Pull throughs easy and wide. Back-in sites roomy with lots of shade. Great staff and owner here. - User2568
Aug 2014 - $38.00
Very small but shady park. Turns make maneuvering a big rig difficult unless your neighbor across the street offers to move their car/truck. We picked this park because of the advertisement of "fully serviced sites". Wi-Fi is available sitting on a bench outside behind the office. Electric will not support an AC running or a coffee machine even if used separately. The breaker kept tripping. So we ran our generator to cool off the motorhome for a couple of hours. Very noisy park in terms of highway traffic. We would not stay here again. We were going to stay at one of the provincial parks north of PG but decided we would enjoy a full service site for the night. Definitely not worth driving 10 hours to get here. - asterz
Sep 2012 - $38.00
Overall an excellent place, clean and tidy. The cable for TV did not work at our location and the man at the office did not appear to believe us, so hard to say if it was fixed or not. - Binae34
Jul 2008 - $32.00
The mosquitoes were terrible. The staff was OK, but not really helpful. I would not stay here again. - sjolley
Jul 2016 - $30.00
We arrived around 5pm without a reservation and were told they could find us a space. Our site was located around the back of the office in a section with many full time people living in smaller RVs. It also looked like an overflo storage area with lots of parked maintenance machinery. The roadway and site was quite muddy. We just stayed the night and left early in the morning. - JoyA
Jun 2016 - $39.00
If your looking for a friendly check in or anything else at this park, Stay Elsewhere. A rude camp host/manager. The campsite had trash in the fire pit, the bathrooms were like dungeons from the 1970's. I saw nothing desirable about this place at all. - rescue mom
Apr 2016 - $39.00
Reading some of the reviews about small sites, I had to keep making sure that I was still reading about Blue Cedars - my pull-through, #21, is one of the larger sites I've had at a commercial RV park. There's plenty of trees to keep cool, though some of those can make maneuvering a large rig a bit challenging (with toad, I'm 51 feet). Lots of grass, and lots of places to walk my dogs. Close to town for shopping and even a casino. - explorenorth
Jul 2016 - $33.00
This RV park is in the back section of a mobile home park. The park is well kept and office staff are very friendly. We stayed here for 2 nights. The location is a little out of town which makes it very quiet. We found it to be easy access to and from the highway. We have a 'Big Rig' and would stay here again. - JoyA
May 2016 - $39.00
it is in the back of a mobile home park with paved roads but the road in front of rv spaces is dirt and very dusty.
the site was level but very close to next rv ( less than 6') staff was helpful and courteous. wifi was ok and tv fine
would stay there again. - User1372
Aug 2015 - $38.00
Very nice park. There is a trailer park in the front and the RV park is in rear of park. Very easy to get to your spot with wide roads. We had a 50 amp site and the power was good. Not far into the city for shopping and food. The park was clean and grass was maintained. - roaming around
Jul 2016 - $37.00
Nice place in the trees, plenty of room in pullthrough and for slides. Best wifi in 8 days of traveling. Nice lady at checkin. - NevadaNick
Jul 2016 - $38.00
Sites are level with gravel bordered by grass and shade trees. Our site needed some fresh gravel as it almost was a dirt site. Rest rooms and showers were clean WIFI connection was good. Cable TV offered only 4 channels and reception was fuzzy. Showers cost 1 looney for 3 minutes. Washer and dryer was $3 each. - Poe Dog
Sep 2015 - $40.00
The roads are gravel and the sites are gravel and grass. The pull thru sites are very long with easy access. The park is heavily treed but not a problem with access. The cable TV had 4 channels and 1 did not work (OTA had 2 channels). There were back-in sites around the outer edge and super long pull-thrus down the center of the park. There is a pavilion for meetings and nice clean laundry and showers. Every site was 30amp service. We stayed at this park in June of 2015 on our way to meet up with our Alaskan Caravan and it was really nice and we would have given it a 8 or 9 at that time. During that stay the park was almost empty.
We again stayed here for 2 nights at the end of our Alaskan caravan in Sept 2015 and the experience was not good. There was another large caravan in the park along with our 20 rig caravan and it was standing room only. The electrical system was overloaded and kept going out. The sewer system was overloaded and backed up into our site. The owner refused to deal with the problems - one 5th wheel owner pulled out an ancient generator with no noise suppressor. Again the owner refused to deal with problem and referred complaints to the wagon masters (who also refused to deal with problem).
We do understand that the season is very short in northern British Columbia but this park was way overbooked and overloaded. This is an older park and would be really nice with a few upgrades and a attitude adjustment for the manager. We would probably not stay here again. - lyzzards
Jul 2016 - $30.00
Nightly rate is in CAD. Campground was 10 miles south of PG on Rte 97. Sites were gravel, mostly level (some tree roots in site) wide enough and long enough for my 38' 5th wheel plus tow vehicle.
Truck & RV wash was $1 loony for 4 minutes of water and soap.
Except for road noise (which diminished after 10) it was quite. About half of the sites were long-term.
Power, water and sewer worked well and were well placed.
Interior roads were wide enough for easy access and departure. - daviputnam
Jun 2016 - $22.00
This place is old and shows its age. The sites are not terrible, but not great either. Some leveling needed. It's right near the highway with considerable road noise especially if you are closer to the road than further back in the pull-thru sites (which of course cost more than the back ins) The washrooms are old, but clean. The shower stalls are miniscule. If you want to leave conditioner in your hair for a while you almost need to stand outside of the stall to get out of the flow of the water. Good water pressure and plenty of hot water though. Each shower has its own private room with changing area and a chair. That area is large, just the actual shower that is tiny. The laundry room has four of each washers & dryers. The lady at the office told me that each machine was $2 (you need loonies, which she will sell you). She must not know her laundry room very well, though, because when I went to use the dryers, two of the smaller ones only took quarters (which, of course, I did not have!). Made do with the two larger ones. Two of the washers are larger than the other two but both the same price. There is no table in the room so you have to use the top of one of the machines to fold your stuff. There is at least a beat up old (but comfortable) chair in the room. Lots of mosquitoes too at the moment! The wi-fi was useless, and cell service was on the weak side. At $22 USD (w/Good Sam), it's relatively reasonable, but I think if I come through again I would pay a bit more and stay in a nicer place. - Pdxjoanne
Aug 2015 - $30.00
The grounds are very clean and it is a small park that is a distance from town where all the stores & restaurants are located. There is a small nature walk that is good to walk a dog but it isn't a long walk. The WIFI was spotty at best. There were 5 tv channels only but we were able to get US news channel out of Seattle, Canadian news channel out of Vancouver. - petpeople
Jun 2016 - $18.00
This park is kinda different to review. It has been under development for about four years on 145 acres of land. There are 11 50-amp sites and the rest are 30 amp. Sites are nicely spaced with trees between each site. Gravel pull-throughs are loooong and level. Hookups are well thought out with two water connections and two sewer connections, so no mater where your hook ups are located, no need for extensions. Sites are oriented such that satellite reception to the SE is available. We had no trouble in site one and all the other sites look like the same orientation. There are no other amenities here such as washrooms, etc. yet but it has the potential of being a premier park in the future. The owner is one friendly dude and committed to making your stay enjoyable. Make this your stop in the Prince George area. - ddrichter
Jun 2016 - $22.00
This is a basic no-frills park. You first notice the "office" is a pop up cover with plastic table and camp chairs; self-register there. The sites are roomy with back-ins along one road and large pull-throughs along another. The owner will visit eventually as he lives nearby; he is enthusiastic and helpful. This was a perfect stop for an overnight the campground well graveled and full of wildflowers and songbirds. No showers or restrooms just the porta-potties but we went self contained and had no need. Trash collected every night at eight. We loved the size and layout of the park, sites were spacious. Will always return when passing this way. As others have said this is a work in progress. Loved it. - Easy go
Jun 2016 - $18.00
While amenities may be lacking here for some, the size of the site and cleanliness of the park was just fine for me. The owner is super nice and friendly. The park is still a work in process and I think with time it will be a gem. WiFi was difficult trying to connect at "the Office" however I understand expansion is in the works. Easy access to/from Hwy 97. Short drive to Prince George. Great for an overnight stay. Lots of wildflowers throughout the park this time of year. My one piece of input is that if you are not traveling with a cell phone, you need to find the owner to get the WiFi password. If you have a cell phone, it is a simple process contacting the owner who may not be on site. Very prompt response! I would stay here again. - Twispette