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8 RV Parks near Terrace, British Columbia
Jun 2016 - $35.00
Don't bother. The main road out of the campground has a low hanging power line hazard. We got our 30' TT in our assigned spot, but is was a circus trying to go "against the grain" to exit. The park is primarily occupied by permanent residents, and a good number of the units parked here have insulated skirting installed. One motorhome was even encapsulated by a makeshift wooden frame covered with heavy duty clear plastic.
The manager was around the first day, but we never saw him after that because he said he didn't work on Sunday. It's a work in progress, and it certainly has potential. As it stands now, Braun's is light years behind the competition. - 2LayZ2
Mar 2014 - $35.00
Clean quiet campground. Offering onsite showers, bathrooms, laundry and Wi-Fi. - zrock
Jul 2008 - $25.00
This is a motel with 4 RV sites in the woods around the motel; only Water and Electricity. Not bad for a quick night stay, but I wouldn’t plan to stay long. Very helpful staff. - sjolley
Sep 2015 - $18.00
Great Provincial Park about 18 kilometers outside of Terrace BC.
Beautiful creek running alongside most of the sites. Lots of privacy between sites. - jla_vernon
Sites: 156 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 3 Reviews
Aug 2016 - $25.00
A hidden gem! It has the same amenities as Mount Robson park in Jasper! 156 sites and huge parking lots, but you wouldn't know it cause of the huge spruce trees and old growth forest that divide all the sites and separate you from the main play areas such as the beach. The washrooms and showers and change houses are all reno'd with tile, and by the way the showers are FREE. Sani dump is $5.00.
If your in the area, include this park in your trip. - Great Northern Family
Aug 2011 - $25.00
Beautifully large treed sites. Shady though and not much sun. Lots of large level sites. Big rigs will find it tight, but the sites are big enough once in. Walk to beach. The showers were great (hot and free), but not the cleanest. There were only 2 female showers for a lot of sites, hence why they were not the cleanest. Beach is a short walk from some sites, but a long walk from others. The campground is big so pick your site wisely. Sani station is tight for bigger units - detach your tow vehicle and you'll be fine. Sani station fee of $3 when purchased in advance. $5 when purchased at the station. We could not filter our water because of the type of hose used for the potable water. We might stay here again depending on travel itinerary. The cost is steep for no services. - FTRVTC
Jul 2009 - $22.00
This campground is located in the Lakelse Lake Provincial Park. We live in the next town so come to this campground almost every weekend in the summer. The lake is walking distance from all campsites. The children playground is on the beach so you can have older kids in the water in front of you and the little ones playing with others behind you, while you soak up the rays! Best sites are from 21 to 81 on the gravel side. Some like the paved side, but lots of skunk cabbage, bears love skunk cabbage! The gravel side has a nice grassy area that the locals call "the field" where many games of soccer, croquet, lawn bowling, and many others take place! Staff is very helpful and friendly. This park offers vehicle accessible campsites in Furlong Bay Campground. The campground is half paved and half gravel and there are 16 double sites. The campsites can accommodate RV's and are shaded/treed. Parking is available for extra vehicles. The park has a gatehouse and gate that is locked from 11:00 pm to 7:00 am. There is one pay phone at Lakelse Lake Park and the nearest store is approximately 20 km away in Terrace. - BC&kids
Aug 2015 - $22.00
Back-in sites behind the motel. Check in was at a motel a block away, kind of a nuisance. Sewer hookup and fresh water connection were adjacent to one another. I bleached and did my best to sanitize the fresh water connection before connecting. This is a very poor situation. - Dick & Bev
Jun 2017 - $25.00
We stayed for one night. Owners met us as we arrived and were very helpful. A very nice spot. Fairly close to highway and train tracks, but that wasn't a problem. Should we travel there again, we'll try to schedule a stop. - Peggy Van
Aug 2016 - $35.00
We stayed there in our 40' 5th Wheel trailer for a week. Had absolutely no problem getting our crew cab, long box truck and trailer into the campground. The other person saying they could not get in must have tried to go in from the wrong direction. The campground operators were both very friendly and helpful, you couldn't ask for more courteous and caring people. The park was clean and tidy with access to the river for walks or to launch your boat. Will definitely look at returning for an extended stay in the future. - BobandSandi
Jul 2015 - $35.00
We were unable to stay here, because our 43 foot rig simply wouldn't fit. It's virtually impossible to make the turn into the campground from the road due to a dumpster, sign, and trees. It was by far the tightest entrance we've ever seen. In fact, when we tried to turn into the property, we couldn't make the turn and ended up stuck in the middle of the dirt road in front of the camp (can't back up with the toad attached). So, we had to quickly unhook our SUV from behind the coach while blocking the road, then go forward and backward and forward and backward trying to make the ultra-tight turn into the park. I came within 2-3 inches of hitting one of their big wooden signs. It was a nightmare. We finally gave up and left. This is by far the least big-rig friendly park we've ever seen. Having said that, for smaller RVs and trailers, this looks like a very nice park, and the location on the river is terrific. It's clean and well-maintained. If we were in a smaller rig, we would have stayed here for sure. - kmghmg
May 2013 - $32.00
This is a typical urban park in an industrial setting along the highway and railroad. Most outstanding thing is the friendliness and flexibility of the owners. Sites are gravel and small but fairly level. Electrical, water, and sewer hookups are convenient. Wi-Fi is free but slow. Bathrooms are clean but a bit cramped. Laundry is especially convenient and relatively inexpensive. - DaveInOhio
May 2011 - $28.00
There is a great deal of pride in this park and it's evident in the plantings, including a shared herb garden. Extremely clean and well kept. We were made to feel like welcome guests. Quite pleasant in spite of the highway location and nearby industry. Sites were close but not unpleasantly so. Attracts a variety of camper types. We couldn't have asked for cleaner washrooms and laundry. Wi-Fi was free and generally worked well. - L. Allen
Aug 2010 - $35.00
Run by very nice people, but very small sites crammed in together. People were dog friendly but the RV park in an industrial area, left no where to walk a dog and really nothing for the kids to do. Clean and generally quiet except for the trains at 4AM. Overall I don't think I would stay here again due to the location. - Outcast
May 2018 - $22.00
This park feels close to nature with sites carved out of the woods, giving a remarkable amount of privacy to most sites. The gravel roads are a bit narrow but passable. Our gravel site was level and plenty large for our 38' MH and car, but it did require some manuvering to get positioned because of a design that shares a common entry and exit with two opposite-facing sites. The 30-amp electriciy hookup was convenient, but there was no water, sewer, or WiFi. We did not use the bathrooms. There was no laundry. But the price is right, and we considered it a very good value for what we paid. - DaveInOhio
Sep 2015 - $25.00
This park is an older CG with lots of mature trees and shade. There is lots of foliage for privacy between the sites, which is nice. Also, some of the sites have electrical power. There are a few negatives to this park, the major one being the condition of the shower building. The showers are coin-operated, took forever to get warm and the water flow was weak. They are old and in need of updating. If the weather is cold, you will freeze in there. The other big negative is lack of a sani-dump, but there is one behind the Visitor Center not too far away in town. It was really busy when we were there. There are also fresh water faucets in the park, but we did not see anything that was convenient for filling our freshwater tank without clogging up the narrow loop roads, so we filled that tank up at the Visitor Center as well. Finally, the check-in process is a little difficult and we found the CG Host was not at all helpful or friendly. We only stayed the one night and probably would not stay here again. - gtogrl
May 2014 - $20.00
Beautiful Island Setting: This city-run park is in a beautiful island setting. There is a walking trail all around the island, where a local artist has carved little faces in the tree bark here and there. Another local artist has carved images of owls in to old stumps. Both are really fun, and add a mystical quality to the walk. The camp sites are well isolated and peaceful. In May, it was pretty buggy, though. Note that there are no full service sites. Some less scenic sites have electricity, but there is no sewer at all. There is city water only here and there, so you might as well dry camp, so you can choose from the most attractive sites. Note that there is a dump station a few miles from the campground -- in to town on the left, behind the Visitor Center, which is made available to Ferry Island campers for free. - TheOccasionalRVer