3 Parks near South Hazelton, British Columbia
May 2011 - $4.00
Water & electric hadn't been turned on yet, so we only paid $4 to dry camp. Roomy sites on grass. Big rig friendly. Nearby Hazelton Visitor Center gave us good info about First Nations totem poles in area. - JCMDT
Aug 2016 - $32.00
One of the best we have stayed at in Canada and Alaska in the last 70 days on the road. Clean and well kept, friendly staff. All utilities worked great. Situated close to the river and the museum. Also gets you a discount at the local store and gas station. Nice level sites, spacious, plenty of grass, fire ring and table. Would go out of the way to stay here again. - Nevada Nick
Aug 2016 - $32.00
We loved this campground! Our gravel site was spacious and level. All utilities worked extremely well. Electric was strong and stable. Water pressure was crowding 50 psi, so advise use a regulator. Sewer port was clean and accessible. The WiFi in this park, which I'm assuming is satellite based, was the best I've seen since we left home. Stable and quite fast. Cellular and data were also available. The campground is situated on the banks of the Skeena River and there are several paths that provide access. A short walk will take you into the old section of Hazelton which is charming. We would gladly stay here again. - Airstreamers
Jul 2016 - $38.00
Wide, long spacious sites, dirt/grass surface but level. 30 amp power, water pressure good with sewer. Utilities are well placed. Wi-Fi is strong: best of any campground I've been in. About 50 sites, very few long-term residents. Interior roads are wide and paved. Park was immaculately clean. Most sites are pull-thru.
If you stay at the campground you get a .05/liter discount at the local Esso station and 10% off at the local grocery store.
Scenery is excellent with Mountain views to the east and west with a river running beside the camp. - daviputnam
Sep 2016 - $45.00
We stayed overnight on trip from Alaska. I don't know about other travelers but thought the fee was higher than others even though we stayed there on the shoulder season. An additional $9 plus tax fee brought it to almost $55.00. After paying fee, lady then proceeded to tell me that the wifi was not working. So we paid $55.00 for w/s/e. The sewer connection was a ways from motorhome so be sure to bring an extension or long hose. I agree with others regarding entrance and exit of the site. Pole on entry, trees on exit. I watched 2 fifth wheelers exit and each brushed trees on both sides. I disconnected my toad from my 35 ft motorhome but still brushed both sides on egress. Trees will get fuller and larger with time making it more difficult if they don't do anything about them. I will not stay there again. - petvet
Aug 2016 - $38.00
This is a very quiet, clean, RV park with ample space for large rigs and even a pressure wash area to wash the Alaskan road dirt off your rig. Clean power, no fluctuations noticed. The owners are extremely helpful and eagerly offered information on local sites and services that made our stay even more enjoyable.
The only downside we found, was the sites are somewhat close together, and there were some small pine trees planted near the front of each site. That made pulling out of our site in our 44 footer a bit more difficult. But if you take your time and are more careful, scuffs from the trees can be avoided. Our stay was extremely pleasant, and we even extended our stay to take advantage of the peaceful surroundings. - glenstmary
Aug 2016 - $38.00
After having driven the Cassiar Highway from the Yukon, it was wonderful to arrive at a RV park that had a car/RV wash. To be truthful, I still had dirt from Alaska on my rig and it was time to get it clean.
This is a very clean private park. The sites are grassy and there are a lot of spruce trees as well. Everything was really clean. We had full hookups, including fairly strong WiFi. While there was no cable connections, or over-the-air TV, there was a fairly extensive DVD library available in the office.
I would stay here again. - mpruet