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Overview of Miller Creek Recreation Site

Campsites are available for reservation and first-come, first-serve. Cash only for first-come sites.

Number of Sites 46

Reservations yes

Open Seasonally May - Sept.

Elevation 623 ft / 189 m

Max Stay 14

Tent Camping Yes

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150 reviews
“Pleasant”

Reviewed 6/14/2023

Nightly rate: $18
Days stayed: 6
Site Number: 37
RV Length: 34' (Class A)
Overall Rating

The first review of this campground was done by my partner, Hans and he covered a lot of material.

The sites along the water, when the wind picks up, are affected the most. Some are protected by trees. The last two days we spent there the wind was quite Strong. There were tree limbs and other debris being blown around the campground. A number of people left due to the wind.
The day use area is located on the left right after you go across a one lane bridge. It is right before the campground entrance and has a gate across it. There is parking there for maybe three or four vehicles. You can walk to it from the campground and it’s a nice area to go take your dog for a swim or to launch your paddleboard. After walking through the gate if you go straight, you’ll come to a small beach. If you turn off on the path before you get down to the water, it will lead you to the water and two semi private areas. I saw some fishermen there who said that they catch trout.

When you exit the campground if you turn left there’s a parking Area for additional vehicles. Also, there is a dirt road that you can take a walk on or walk your dog for approximately 1 1/2 to 2 miles.

I didn’t give this campground five stars because it doesn’t have any water. It also didn’t have any cell service although we did put out our star link and would occasionally get access to the Internet. The sites across from us had more sun and probably had more sky access.

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Outdoor Girl would stay here again

This review is the opinion of a Campendium member and not of Campendium.com

Hans
Hans
Livingston, TX
16 reviews
“Wonderful Secluded Campground”

Reviewed 6/11/2023

Nightly rate: $18
Days stayed: 6
Site Number: 37
RV Length: 34' (Class A)
Overall Rating

This is a small no-services campground on the south shore of Campbell Lake. It’s quiet and peaceful. There is no water available at the campground, but you can get some 15km east at Elk Falls Quinsam Campground where there’s also a $5 dump station. There are 46 campsites. 1-10 are first-come and they’re all pretty small and close together, trailers up to 17’ I’d say. Sites 37-46 are first-come, practically all are nearly level and can accommodate up to 38’ Class A motorhomes, and they’re well separated by forest. Payment on-site is CASH ONLY, but there’s no reservation fee and no GST. Seniors get half-price, $9/night CAN.

There is very little solar exposure. Many campers had portable solar panels, but I doubt they were making much power. Generator hours are 9-11am and 6-8pm. The hosts are very nice and cruise the campground often. There are quite a few clean pit toilets around the campground.

There is no cell service at the campground, but you can get Verizon 5G less than 15km east near Elk Falls Provincial Park and in Campbell River which is only a few kilometers further. The town of Campbell River has all the grocery supplies and hardware stores you’d need.

Some of the reservable campsites are on the lake, but most are situated in the forest. There is a gravel boat launch ramp and a small pier.

We had a very enjoyable six day stay. The access road off Hwy 28 is all good gravel road but washboarded. It’s less than a mile.

There are bears in the area so be aware. Apparently one is known to wander through our campsite, #37, but we never saw a bear in the week we were there.

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Amenities

Hookups
  • dry camping
Recreation
  • fishing
  • recreation trail
  • swimming beach
Site Amenities
  • picnic table
Facilities
  • restrooms: vault
Pets
  • pets

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