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We stayed at the tent camping area along the river. Beautiful. Quiet. well maintained. Giganic moth in the bathroom - a rare species! Also a beautiful sunset along the fraser river. Will be back many times
A nice campground with trains passing through but that is what is unique about it.
The manager is friendly & helpful.
There is plenty of space to wander around to get exercise.
It is not a parking lot for RVs so we liked it!
Last minute get away for camping and her first tenting experience for a 4 star hotel girl.
Even though it was a busy weekend at the campground with a goldpan competition on we selected a spot over looking the Fraser river. Setting up camp and...More
We stayed for one night, en route to Hope, having been to the nearby Hells Gate.
The site is accessed off a drive. We were met by a really helpful caretaker who showed us around and orientated us.
The site has full hook up and...More
This little Campground was clean and the owner-manager whichever one he was was very helpful and friendly. I am giving it a poor rating because of the horrible train noise all night long and if you have a big rig this is not the place...More
Is there any sites available on July 2? We would be tenting. What is the cost? What is the cost for Tee Pee rooms? There are 2 adults and 3 young children. Thanks. Darin
12 June 2017|
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Response from Jessa L | Reviewed this property |
You'll have to call they don't have an internet reservation system out there. It's run by an elderly gentleman that does all of the maintenance and reservations. The tee-pees are part of the historical village and are not... More
You'll have to call they don't have an internet reservation system out there. It's run by an elderly gentleman that does all of the maintenance and reservations. The tee-pees are part of the historical village and are not meant to be occupied.
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