Beautiful setting and nice looking sites. However, the pool is extra and it's about $13.95for a 24 hr pass or $9.95 for a single day use, in addition to the camping fee. Also, it's disappointing that there is no WiFi available. I think that it doesn't quite meet the hype but it's a nice park to stay in. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Well this park was a disappointment. The scenery was beautiful. The WiFi, according to the office, gets turned on 9 am to 11 am and 5 pm to 7 pm but doesn't usually work. So the advertised WiFi doesn't work and the cable TV didn't work at any sites. Our friend was charged $45. for being over 37 feet long with his fifth wheel for being oversize and got the regular sized lot. After that showers are metered for $3.00 for 6 minutes and it costs $8.50 for one time in the "hot springs" pool which is mountain water which has been reheated? We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground is hilly but nice. We were installed in the lower area on grass where no Wi-Fi was available. The problem with this campground is that we have to pay for everything: $3 for a shower, $3 for extra person over 4 years old, $12 for a day-pass to the pool, per person. The frequent trains nearby are very annoying. I would never return here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an attractive setting for a campground with a lot of potential.Our site was a good size for our 38' motorhome. Downside - no sewer connection, no 50 amp, no cable, no antenna TV reception and the power was out at night due to CP Rail doing something to the power grid. Not good for the price. Better value at other campgrounds in the area. Will not return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Most of the RV sites are in an open field down the hill and away from the pool, as are many nonserviced sites (which tend to be more wooded). Showers cost CA$3 for six minutes, which is ridiculous. The pools are nice, if not fancy, and rather expensive. The area is pretty, but with the TransCanada and a railroad running right next to the campsites (I could see trains from my site), it is NOT quiet. They advertise WiFi, but I couldn't find it. There is nothing around for miles, so bring food with you or expect to drive to Revelstoke. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Fantastic location but that's about it. Signs from the government saying don't drink the water. The dump was full the afternoon we left, it was full all day. To me not worth what I paid. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stopped here on a whim, and were not disappointed. We usually like to boondock, but the were enticed by the hotsprings. Our campsite - on the lower area - was very private; and the hot springs were soothing. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Serviced RV sites are fairly wide open with no shade trees. Unserviced sites look nice with lots of cover. Located beside busy(noisy) railroad tracks. Had two negative encounters with the staff one of which was overbilling our credit card. We will not stay there again. I recommend the National Park campground if you are heading east or a private RV park in Revelstoke if you are heading west. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The pros: This is a beautiful park in a beautiful setting. Very friendly staff. (Kind of a) restaurant on site. The cons: A hot springs pool is available for $32 per day, for a family of 5: ridiculous. Freight trains pulling a grade on a curve at all hours, right next to the park. I felt it was bit overpriced. Upon exiting the resort, a right turn onto the highway can be quite a challenge and dangerous for a wide turning radius vehicle, such as mine. Wi-Fi available, but didn't appear to work well. I would probably stay somewhere else if in the area again. We camped here in a Motorhome.