Date of Stay: April, 2016 - $38.00
They gave us a choice of sites but never being here before, I had no idea. The water/dump is at the end of the site and the power is shared between two sites. They put us in a site next to another rig and the power was on the wrong side. We moved to the next site over and they never said anything. After paying for a full hook up, we still had to PAY for showers so we just used our tiny one. Wi-Fi was virtually non existent. It was very quiet. New staff member and she was unsure of what she was doing. They were very polite though. We camped at Trail RV Park & Campground in a Motorhome.
Stayed here one night in my RV. The manager was quite disorganized and gave the same site to three different guests. There were plenty of sites available so we just all picked the one we wanted. The sites were large and the place was clean. The water and sewer hookups were at the very end of the site and the power was at the very front which I found weird. Long cords and hoses were a necessity. WiFi was spotty. We camped at Trail RV Park & Campground in a Motorhome.
Arrived in 30 deg celcius. Asked for site with 30 amp to run A/C. Unfriendly attendant informed only 15 amp sites available so take it or leave it. Took site, very primitive with shady druggies next to us. Sweltered in heat till 10 PM. Walked sites to discover many full service unoccupied. Moved into full service and left early next morning. In addition, park is poorly maintained. Water source comes out of same pedestal as sewer. Never again. We camped at Trail RV Park & Campground in a Travel Trailer.
The sites are setup on an angle and a reasonable distance apart. The roads and driveways are gravel and there is grass between sites and some with trees but there is no watering system so the grass is pretty dry in July. On the full service sites the sewer connection and the water connection are at the extreme rear of the long driveway. It was nice to see garbage containers at each site but the WIFI was weak, even close to the office. We camped at Trail RV Park & Campground in a Motorhome.
This park could use some major care; roads are rough, trees need trimming. Power and water pressure were good; internet was very slow. Staff was very friendly. Will stay again We camped at Trail RV Park & Campground in a Motorhome.
Like the other park in town, most of the business is from seasonal workers. Still, there are quite a number of sites available for short term. However, they are either 15 amp plus water or 30 amp, no water. The Wi-Fi is acceptable and the Campground it is far enough from the highway that noise is minimal. Most of the driveways are not level, but the overall environment is quite acceptable for a night or two and better than the other place. We camped at Trail RV Park & Campground in a Motorhome.
Close to Highway 1 and the City Center; it is a reasonable site to stay for a short stay. The campground does need some work. The water and sewer hookups are at back of the pull through sites which means you have to leave your unit just off the road to reach hookups. Office clerk was very pleasant. The Wi Fi service was good. We would only stay here for a one night. We camped at Trail RV Park & Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Campground is on edge of town away from Highway 1. Signage to campground limited. Entrance wide and plenty of space to park and register. Owners efficient. Access roads to sites was well maintained. Most of the sites are pull-thrus. Not many of the sites are flat. About half have full hook-ups with 30 amp electricity. Solid electricity and good water pressure. There was ample shade without feeling enclosed on the site. We would recommend this campground over the Ponderosa Campground which we drove into and drove out again due to its lack of maintenance. We camped at Trail RV Park & Campground in a Motorhome.