At the end of a tiring day we drove back the gravel road to this regional park. It was Victoria Day Weekend and the camp was almost full. Many sites were either occupied or "reserved". We found one empty and backed in. I took a walk to unwind and found the water pump down by the river, with a sign that said "Boil 5 minutes before drinking." No thanks, our tank was full. The nice host came around to collect and sell firewood. Every site has trees, a table, and fire ring. Nice little camp, good enough for an overnight. On the way out next morning I noticed several RV's boondocking in the gravel pits and pull-outs along the access road. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice people. A quiet place. It could use better upkeep and cleaning up. They make their own power so the power goes off at about 9 pm as does the Wi-Fi. It was a nice quiet stay for the night. The homemade bread was incredible. Worth the stop just for that. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is wonderful, wooded, and many sites border the Tetsa River. It has no hook-ups, so it is for dry camping. The camp hosts are very friendly and helpful. These are back-in sites and we did find one long enough for our 34 ft. 5th wheel. It took a bit of maneuvering to back in, but we had plenty of room and a large site. It's a lovely setting, quiet and peaceful. We stay here on all our trips through Canada. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.