Don't stay here! If zero was an option I would have chose that. The website photos are very deceptive don't use that as a reference. It is certainly not big rig friendly. Their only long site is less than 8 feet wide and the one pull through is quite short. A tent trailer or tent would fit but don't go there because of the service. Previous reviews are right and the owner there is likely the rudest person I have ever encountered in a service based business. Learn from our mistake. Don't go to Harrison Springs RV Park.
This was our second stay at Nk'Mip RV park. Our first was off season and the park was not busy. We had a lakefront spot with loads of empty sites around us. We tried to book the same site during the high season and it was much different. The lakefront spots are a mess. Very cramped and dirty. We stayed one night and moved away from the lake. The upper sites are quite nice. Quiet, fairly clean, and offer some privacy with rows of cedar hedging between sites. Our only real complaint was that they close the pool for the busy summer season. They say it gets too hard to keep clean when the park is full. I can see their point, but it would be nice to have it available to get the kids out of the sun for a while. I would give the lakefront spots a 4 or 5 out of ten and much of the beach area has been eroded by the high water this Spring. Stay in the upper sites.
Expensive but about the best option we saw in town. We had booked another resort to have some trees around but it was a dump and way too small for our trailer. Thankfully, Springs had a site available. It seemed like the huge majority of sites were full timers. It was a bit tight but I was able to get our trailer in there. They obviously don't have many people coming and going. Beautiful pool and clubhouse area. A pretty decent playground with an old carousel the kids loved. Not a natural park though. It is basically a big gravel parking lot with services. Most sites do have some privacy because the long term residents have put up fences.