3 Parks near Prophet River, British Columbia
We did however find 3 campgrounds within 50 miles of Prophet River. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Prophet River in the left hand column.
Jun 2014 - $32.00
This campground is all mud/dirt; no gravel or grass. Wifi reaches camping spaces near motel. People in the store are very friendly. Easy to find. - User3432
Jun 2013 - $32.00
Overpriced for a grossly overgrown parking lot. Bath house is in need of major renovation. Wi-Fi was nonexistent. Price is with Good Sam card. Would we stay again? NO! - Teacher's Pet
Aug 2011 - $27.00
Park is located behind a gas station which is convenient and an older motel with a convenience store. We were not told on check in that the water must be boiled in order to use it, but thankfully the neighbors told us. Park was dirt and the only two spots with rigs were in the mud while other dry places were available. Trash around the dumpster and an old mattress laying there too. Looks as though people in the back in spots are there long term and some had lots of things outside so it looked trashy. We would bookdock rather than stay here again. - rolling homeless
Jun 2015 - $41.00
Okay place to stop between Watson Lake and Dawson Creek,( note tough curvy road so takes a while) Park is set up okay, spaces ok, hook-ups good, Wifi great, Nice shop and restaurant on the premise, you can walk to the visitor center the museum from the park. One plus Minus the restroom and shower is a MESS,,, HORRRRRIBLE,,, for what were paying not even okay. Not sure if I would stay here,,, if you like to dry camp go to one of the provincial parks,, - davidmsparks
Jun 2015 - $32.00
This was a good stop along the Alaska Highway. Good size sites, close to road so had a little noise. Dirt interior roads to navigate, could be a little difficult for big rigs. Internet very good, cable TV good. Room to walk the pup. Used the laundry, nice and clean. We would stay here again. - Living the Dream
Jun 2015 - $40.00
Large park with varied services - not all sites have cable. We were in site that backed onto trees so nice shade available.
Main washrooms were disgusting - no locks on some cubicles, showers only had curtains, so no privacy.
However showers by laundry room were clean and private. Onsite bar and restaurant. We ate in restaurant one night - hot hamburger sandwich and fries: $13.95 for a cooked frozen patty and 2 slices of bread!
Noise from ATVs across the hiway at night were a problem after 1 @ night, 12 another. I realize this is not park's fault, just wanted to mention the fact. Because of vehicle issues, we stayed a week. - DCM/JMB
May 2015 - $10.00
Nice little park that has sites that back up to the Buckinghorse River. Most sites are side by side, but still have enough space for a picnic table. Park is clean and well-maintained. Gravel sites are quite level. Park is open mid-May to the end of September. Great stopover for those travelling the Alaska Highway. We would definitely stop here again if in the area. - Bobbi1948