Rate cited is for a back-in 30 amp electric only site. Essentially a parking lot with back-in sites that was serving as an overflow area. Parking can be difficult since you are supposed to straight back in if someone is parked next to you. Would stay again only if that was the only choice. Clean restrooms. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great setting...in the forest...plenty of shade and space. Feels like camping. No services in the loop we were assigned to, which was fine for the night. Price a little high in these Nat'l Parks, but worth it as you support their park system. Would recommend. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a marginal park for a large motorhome, unless one wants to stay on the blacktop parking lot that serves as sites with electricity. We were directed around loop "RR", and should not have gone before we looked it over. Trees were tight on both sides and some over hanging branches were too low. If you have a large rig, I suggest Whistlers across the road with full hook ups. Otherwise, this park is a true "camping out" experience. The $8.80/day fire permit is excessive, even if it does include firewood! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate is daily rate for back-in 30 amp electric only site. Essentially a looped parking area with yellow line marked back-in sites, that was serving as an overflow area for the nearby Whistlers Campground at this time of year. Depending on which side of the loop you get and how large your rig is, maneuverability can be either good or tight. Also, depending on the site, a little or a great deal of leveling required. The views of elk out our window offset any negatives. We were able to connect to our Internet satellite, and have no problem staying here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is a paved parking lot with lined out space's very close together. The electric hook up look new and good 30 amp power. It was a over flow for the large park that was booked. The park is OK for overnight it is next to a river with beautiful views. The restrooms also looked new and clean. You are in the middle of the wilderness so campgrounds are limited. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very similar to Whistlers. Entry is just across the road into Jasper. Most sites were occupied, so we settled for boondocking rather than the electric only sites in the "parking lot". Fire permit of $7 required if you want a campfire, but that includes all the wood you want to burn. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.