$20 for power and $25 for water/power. We camped here on the Victoria Day Long Weekend. The resort owner is very friendly. There is a small general store in the office and you can buy your fishing license here too. On the last night, our propane ran out due to a leak at the tank. The owner, without hesitation, lent us one of her tanks from the BBQs they have for the cabins. The resort and lake are above valley bottom elevations, so it can be chilly at night in the early and late season. We would not hesitate to camp here again.
We camped here on the Labour Day Long Weekend. We reserved our site 3 months in advance, because this is one very busy and popular campground. It was full right from Friday until Sunday, when most of the Albertians headed home. The firewood is $5/bundle and very dry. There is a wonderful hiking trail to the Waterfall. There is a Sani-dump on site, and pipestands (water spigots) are all over the campground. We are planning on returning next year.
We arrived on August 3rd for the BC Day Long Weekend. The sites were full, and they opened the over-flow parking lot (grass covered) for camping. The Park Host (contractors) were very nice and friendly, and maintained control over any park rule violators. We could not have a campfire because of the space we were camped in, but others did have fires, and I heard no bad comments about the wood. The last mile of road to the campground is gravel, and travelled by heavy log trucks. There is one narrow spot on the gravel, and if you see a logging truck coming, please give way and let them go through. The floating store is NOT part of the Provincial Campground. I arrived at 8 PM to get some ice for the cooler for the night, and he had already closed up for the night 10 minutes early. I asked him if I could get 2 blocks of ice for the food cooler, and the answer I got from him was "No. After being open for 14 hours I am closed!" This all being said while holding a can of beer in one hand. The last time I calculated 8 AM to 8 PM was 12 hours.