This abandoned provincial park is a great place for free dry camping. Just off Alaska Highway with level, gravel sites. Very secluded and peaceful, but, of course, no security. There are still some pit toilets and a dumpster was there. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
No hook-ups or facilities of any kind except for pit toilets. We took one of the extremely long, shaded pull-throughs in the park and had tons of room for our 30 ft class A and our toad without having to un-hitch. There are large and small back-ins as well, they were dirt and gravel and most looked level but fairly open. We thought the mosquitos were pretty thick but they didn't seem to bother everyone. Free firewood was a bonus. This park features convenience; it's a good for over-nighters, you can pull-in and set-up quickly then pick-up and go the next day just as readily. We camped here in a Motorhome.