Maybe I'm more jaded than the other reviewer or maybe they don't have an electrical management system that will shut your power off to prevent damage when voltage being supplied is not adequate to run your appliances. This happened each and every...
163 days ago
We arrived on Friday with reservations for site 14 made through the Camp Reservations Canada website to find someone already camping in our site. When we located and pointed this out to the host, the inebriated individual perched a top his...
They only charged us $25 a night since the sewer is not operational. There is a dump just as you come into town heading south if you're in need. The bath and showers were clean with plenty of hot water.
We loved this campground. I was sorry they have a 7 day stay limit. They have potable water but no dump. Big John's Chevron down the road has a free dump.
Great space if you're traveling with dogs and doggie bags provided. We road a bicycles a few times on the paved trail to the end of the spit.
I don't get it. They want $15 for a dump and 800` down the road Chevron lets you dump for free. Both locations have potable water.
Dissappointing to say the least. We didn't get a map upon arrival and the place is a catacomb so go online and get one or ask before you attempt to get a spot. Don't plan on setting out the patio furniture. RV sites are sardine sized. If it...
We we're on or way to Halibut Campground and didn't get more than 500' in when we saw the 13'2" clearance sign. We're didn't investigate any further.
I read a Google review that this park may not be suited for large rigs. I went to investigate and see they've actually have signs posted warning no equipment over 35 ' combined length due to limited area for turning.