2 Parks near Toad River, British Columbia
Jun 2012 - $10.00
Stayed at the Poplars to and from the Yukon. Quiet, clean, and good price. They now offer only Campground/RV Park and Cabins. Their cafe is closed as is their fuel. I was told they had the business for 21 yrs and now want to scale back. I got there in mid June, and they had just opened the day before. They said they will close sometime in late Sept. - roeco
Jun 2011 - $1.00
This campground is CLOSED. Roadside sign approaching from the North says "OPEN," but rounding the corner you can see fence and barrels blocking both driveways. We continued a few miles to Toad River Lodge. - JCMDT
Jun 2007 - $24.00
The sites are long, level, dirt pull-throughs. We had FHU's in site #30 at the top of the hill next to a large open area. We had beautiful views in front and left of us. The pull through sites are long but extremely narrow and the park felt very cramped when it got more full in the evening. We had a problem with our power, it dipped significantly when load was high in the evening. Staff was friendly and helpful. - mahaffee
Jul 2015 - $31.00
Beautiful scenery. Clean campsite, but it reminded me of a parking lot. 30-amp hookup. (50-amp not available.) Although we didn't have cell phone coverage, the WiFi worked quite well. If you need air in your RV tires, it's not available here, because their air compressor doesn't go to 90 PSI.
As a side note, restaurant food is good but took 20 minutes to get service and another 35-40 minutes before our food was ready. - 2_Alaskans
Jul 2015 - $30.00
Had to sort out our reservation for this place as we were assigned a site away from the lake and for only one night. In the end we got our lake view site for 2 nights as previously requested. Our site (#15) was a level gravel back-in. It was a spacious site that had a table and grill. All utilities worked fine. Our satellite cable TV had problems with picture quality and would cut out at times. Only about 10 channels available. Wi-Fi worked fine until the evening traffic slowed it down considerably. It was good enough at times for downloading pictures. Laundromat has 3 washers and 3 dryers. Wash was good, but drying took time. Restrooms and showers clean, but old and dated. Still this place is one of the better stops along the Alaska highway and we would not hesitate in staying here again. - Onemoretrail
Jul 2015 - $35.00
Beautiful RV Park a couple of hours north of Ft Nelson. Wi-Fi in Park as well as Lodge. Perfect setting - we stayed 2 nights in lakeside view site.
Pull-through sites in middle of park - big rigs had no problems that we saw. Back-in site around perimeter (lake side) were level with gravel and grass.
Obvious that owners care about their park. We would definitely stay here again! - DCM/JMB