5 Parks near Quesnel, British Columbia
Sep 2014 - $25.00
Grassy field with marked sites. Manager courteous and efficient. Washrooms are old, in need of updating, but clean. Wi-Fi works well. OK for an overnight stop, but will try another place next time. - BillR
Aug 2013 - $30.00
Nice camping on grassy sites. Sites are large, all pull-thru sites. Staff is super friendly. No shade. The problem is the electric. The park was half empty and the voltage was low. Only able to run one thing at a time and the voltage drops very low. We never ran an air conditioner. The park is aware of the problem, but there are no plans to upgrade it. - ken2560
Aug 2010 - $30.00
Not a bad place to stay overnight. Had to stay here, only because Robert's Roost was full the first night of my stay, (and Legion Beach is just too gross to even consider). The staff is pleasant enough, the park itself just lacks anything at all to make it unique. Basically a field by the highway. The transport truck traffic noise is way too loud at night. The bathrooms were okay. I would overnight here again if I was unable to get a spot at Dragon Lake, however that is the only reason that I would. - californiafisher
Jul 2012 - $20.00
We stayed at this campsite twice this year. We enjoyed our time here very much. The campsite is very quite with no highway traffic noise or trains passing by. The owners are very friendly and the washrooms are clean. Has a beautiful lake front. - D. B.
Jul 2016 - $20.00
This park is located on Dragon Fly Lake near Quesnel B.C. about 2 k off hwy 97. We were dry camping the price was quite steep for no services...internet was sporadic and showers are coin operated...spectacular lakeside location made up for the lack of complete hook ups. Make reservations for hook up sites....no sewer but sani dump offered.....controlled access gate via code worked well. i would stay here again. - Superlar
Jul 2015 - $29.00
The posted rate is for a W/E site including the Good Sam discount. There was a picnic table but no firepit. If you want a campfire you need to bring your own (needs to be an elevated one). However, fire bans are common during summer anyway. Site was level and shaded by trees which was nice. WiFi was very strong and fast. Now, why do we rate it so low then?
Well, we experienced it to be a very busy vacation camp. Pretty noisy from other campers activities well into the quiet hours. No privacy between sites (we could almost shake hands with the neighbors from our picnic table to theirs) and water pressure was so pathetic that pretty much everyone was using his water pump instead of the water hookup. This might be a nice place to stay outside the summer holidays but we will find a different place to stay when coming to Quesnel again. - TheSchweitzers
Jun 2015 - $40.00
Sites are lakeside - lots of grass. Owner is very talkative but informative and nice. Very serene and quiet. We stayed in the FHU pull thru near the lake with little or no shade. The sites are fairly narrow buth there is a privacy fence between sites. The back-in sites have large trees for shade which would be great for hot sunny days. The back-in sites are also larger and secluded. 30amp breaker tripped with only one AC unit on. Not sure what happened - could be bad breaker. During thunderstorm entire park lost power. - lyzzards
Jul 2016 - $31.00
Unlevel site, too many sharp branches on trees. Too many reservable sites, had to reserve online without being able to assess the site properly. Extra cost for online reservation system not worth it. - dsturt
Jun 2016 - $18.00
This campground is a typical provincial park. Clean, but simple. We had a site just across the road from the lake. It thundered, lightninged and rained nearly the whole time we were there so we didn't get out to explore much. We did see that there is a nice beach area in the day use section. Mosquitos were prevalent and hungry - bring your spray. We would stay here again. - Another brick in the wall
Aug 2015 - $23.00
This is a typical BC Provincial Park - large, well, spaced sites, very private and lots of trees/shade. There is a nice day use area with a sandy beach for swimming and boat launch. The showers are older and were free in 2015, so hot water was an issue. The ranger informed us that they are updating the showers for next season and there will be a charge, but this means the hot water should last longer. Quiet and away from the road. - gtogrl
Jul 2015 - $25.00
The Cottonwood House Historic Site is located at km 26 on Highway 26 (to Barkerville). The Ranch offers Cabins and 10 RV sites located adjacent to the historic buildings. When driving towards Barkerville, take the second entrance road to the Roadhouse.
Posted rate is for an electric site. Dry sites are 20$. Admission to the roadhouse and a carriage barn is included. Interesting little tour and nice artifacts.
The sites are level and some can accommodate rigs up to 40' (total length). One site is pull-through, the others are back in. Two sites provide 30 amp, 2 sites only 15 amp, the others are dry. Water spigot and long hose at the washhouse in the middle of the RV-Sites.
Most sites are in the open, only a few have some shade. Nothing between sites to provide some privacy. However, since the place is almost unknown, there was only one other camper during our first stay and no one else during the second stay in August.
The whole place is very well looked after. The sites are raked and level. The restrooms and showers are modern and clean. Highway traffic is negligible and completely dies down at night. A few logging trucks in the early morning. Wi-Fi would make this place perfect but we will come back anyway. - TheSchweitzers