This is a great place to go if you are looking for quiet and scenic. A majority of campgrounds and RV parks in BC and Alberta have train noise, but not here. All we heard here was the crackling of our neighbors' campfire and the splash of rising fish on the lake. The lake is great for fishing or paddling and there is a good boat launch available in the park. The only downfall here is the lack of a dump station (nearest is in Revelstoke), so your stay is limited by how far you can make your holding tanks last. There are fresh water taps in the park to fill from. Sites are long and large. Most are pretty close to one another, but when you consider you are right on the lakeshore, somehow you forget about your neighbor. Half or more of the sites are on the lake the rest have views of the lake. Park attendant was helpful and pleasant and the place is very well-maintained. Some sites are reservable. We will return here again and again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was our first visit to this park. The lower sites are right off the large beach on the lake with a playground for kids. There is a paved boat launch and paved roads throughout the campground which are great for riding bicycles. There is a volleyball net in a nice open field near the upper camp sites. Some upper camp sites have smaller trees (like the one we stayed in), so are more open and in the sun, but there are plenty other sites with mature trees and great shade. The sites are spacious and level and have picnic tables and fire pits. The scenery is beautiful and we had a great time camping here. We would definitely camp here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.