Tetsa River Regional Park

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From Fort Nelson drive west on the Alaska Highway for 68 kilometres to the park entrance Northern Rockies, BC, Canada 250-774-2541

GPS: 58.657, -123.942

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Overview of Tetsa River Regional Park

Number of Sites 25

Open Seasonally Yes

Elevation 2,165 ft / 659 m

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Everlong Journey
Morrison, CO 22' Winnebago 2100 BHS Ford Transit 250
17 reviews
“Nice river access ”

Reviewed 6/18/2019

Nightly rate: $20
Days stayed: 1
Overall Rating

Their site said that you need to message them for reservations on their Facebook page, but, we just showed up and they have an iron ranger that you can pay for a walk up site. It was a nice quiet campground with large sites. There are lots of trees between the sites. There are pit toilets, water pump that water needs to be boiled before consumption, trash cans.

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Everlong Journey would stay here again

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