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Williamson's Lake Campground

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1817 Williamson Lake Rd, Revelstoke, British Columbia V0E 2S0 Canada
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#12 of 21 Speciality lodging in Revelstoke
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valeriebrainy wrote a review Jul. 2020
Montreal, Canada349 contributions12 helpful votes
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Glamping is such a fun option in the summer! It was raining so that was quite enjoyable ;) The campground is really beautiful with the lake and it's also quite close to town, which is fun if you want to explore around! We really enjoyed the peace and the lush green forest around camp!
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Date of stay: July 2020
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LoveTravel764061 wrote a review Jun. 2020
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Beware campsites cancellation fees are bad. If you book you must pay the full cost immediately then suffer a full days campsite fee regardless how far out you need to cancel. Their cancellation policy is impossible to find on thier website. Buyer beware!
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Date of stay: June 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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TravelingGlenn wrote a review Sep. 2019
Calgary, Canada66 contributions30 helpful votes
Showed up without a reservation and had to change sites during our 3 day stay. The park is south of town away from the highways and trains. Sites along the fence are short and narrow but the ones up the middle are a good length. Though it was August, the small lake was still a cool swim but it was nice after a hot day of hiking. The park is kept clean.
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Date of stay: August 2019
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aswabey wrote a review Aug. 2019
Calgary, Canada5 contributions2 helpful votes
I stayed here recently, in the overflow area (we had arrived without a reservation, on a Saturday night in August). The overflow is what one would expect - not private, shared firepit, in a high traffic spot. The campground employee who received us was friendly and helpful, as were the campground hosts. The lake is lovely, small and scenic, with lots of fish and a nice dock and raft. There is a good younger kids playground, a well maintained, affordable mini-golf course $4/round, and a food truck on site. The campground has a city campground feel - small sites, not much privacy - but in a peaceful lakeside setting. I felt like the overflow area was overpriced and I am not sure I would return without having a reservation.
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Date of stay: August 2019
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188petere wrote a review Jun. 2019
Brisbane, Australia1,635 contributions262 helpful votes
A bit out of town down a quiet road gets you to the campground which is very private. Many of the sites themselves are plain & out in the open, with some in the trees. Our powered site was in the open but elevated with a lovely look down over the water towards the trees on the other side. Between our site and the water, was grass with tables and chairs and to the side some play areas. The water also had a small jetty and was ok for a swim - would have been very cold. The check in was very quick we had booked) and we warned that as they had just reopened to be careful of black bears as a couple had been seen in the area including in the water. Staff were very active getting the park fully operational - painting wood, mowing. The amenities were very central & clean - could do with a bit of modernisation. Outside the amenities was a washing up area. Water was OK to drink. The park handled powered & non-powered sitesand there were also a number of campers.
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Date of stay: May 2019
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Response from Williamsons Lak... C, Manager at Williamson's Lake Campground
Responded Aug. 4, 2019
Thank you for staying with us! We are glad you enjoyed your stay....the city is aware of the building facilities needing an upgrade and are working on it! Hope to see you next time!
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Frequently Asked Questions about Williamson's Lake Campground
Which popular attractions are close to Williamson's Lake Campground?
Nearby attractions include Peak Axe Throwing (4.2 km), Mount Revelstoke National Park (4.3 km), and Giant Cedars Boardwalk Trail (4.2 km).
Is parking available at Williamson's Lake Campground?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Williamson's Lake Campground?
Conveniently located restaurants include Kawakubo Japanese Restaurant, Woolsey Creek Bistro, and Main Street Cafe.
Are pets allowed at Williamson's Lake Campground?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Williamson's Lake Campground?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Nels Nelsen Historic Ski Jump (5.0 km).
Does Williamson's Lake Campground have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the lake view available here.