This is a beautiful park, like an oasis in the middle of nowhere. The grass is meticulously maintained. The owners are friendly and the sites are spacious. We were able to get satellite, but limited Wi-Fi. The water pressure was poor and the dump station was on a slant making our fresh water run out while we used it. The electric dropped in the morning and we had to turn on our generator. That said, I think they do the best with what is available. We would recommend staying here.
This park is not what it is advertised to be. Park hosts are indifferent. There is no satellite signal. They say they have cable but it is only 8 channels. They say they have Wi-Fi but it is only accessible at the office & that was closed the day we stayed there. They make a big deal out of their restaurant, but it is very expensive & loaded with mosquitoes. You can't get a glass of water. You have to buy a small bottle for $1.95. They do have fuel which is a big plus in this part of Canada & they are west of the Cassier highway. So if you come that way to Whitehorse you can stay in Watson Lake without having to drive east to the actual town.
This is an immaculate park. The laundry room is the cleanest I have seen. We didn't use the rest rooms or showers but I understand from other campers that they are exceptionally clean also. The sites are spacious. The hostess is very friendly. We were able to get satellite signal & there is WiFi. Lots of long term guests (people working on the roads) but they are in a separate area.
The hosts are very friendly. The sites are decently sized. We are able to get satellite and antenna signal. The park is very pet friendly and there are large open spaces for exercising them. The laundry room was clean.
We love this park. The sites are spacious and open. It is the only park anywhere around the Elgin area. There are no reservations taken and a 14 day maximum stay within a 21 day period. There is no sewer hook up, but there are 2 dump stations. There are restrooms, but no showers. There are 5 equestrian camp sites. Satellite and antenna signal are easily picked up. The campground gets busy starting on Thursday for the weekend, but clears out again on Monday.
This is very quiet park. It is difficult to pick a spot unless you have been to the park before. The sites are very diverse. Some are very long - others short. Some are very shaded and secluded where others have more sun. Some have beautiful views of the lake - others not even though they are listed as water views. We were not able to get satellite or antenna signal from our site, but there were sites I believe you might have been able to. When the sun goes down it is very dark in the park. A gate locks the park from 10:30 pm till 7:00 am. The man that checked us in and the woman who worked with him could use some people skills, but the last day we were there the couple working the check in was very nice.
This park is always our first stop and last stop on any trips we take north. The hosts are friendly, the park is clean. They are pet friendly. The laundry room is all new. The pool is clean and inviting. We can pick up a satellite signal and local channels off the antenna. The only thing keeping it from being a 10 is the gnats, but that is just Georgia and the last time we were at the campground they weren't around.