The location of this campground is perfectly placed just on the edge of Fort Nelson right next to the museum and a short walk to the information center. The campground had a restaurant with a big screen TV that attracted many local town people. The washrooms were older but clean. Coin operated showers were tiny. There was another washroom building but it was closed when we visited in June. We did wash the truck and trailer at their coin operated RV wash but without hot water it did not do a super good job. Campground accommodated a late checkout time so we could walk to the museum since parking was limited at the museum. Our picnic table was right next to our neighbors side-out so we parked back further in the spot, which looked like it was meant for another RV if the campground got really busy.
Our GPS did not take us to this campground but down gravel roads outside the town of Dawson Creek. We arrived a little frustrated but the staff were super accommodating and went the extra mile to make our stay better. The campground has a great view from a hill over looking the town of Dawson Creek. Our pull though site did have some grass and two mid size trees, however many sites were just on a gravel lot. The site next to our was empty and became a walking path to the washroom for the whole campground. Washroom building was new with separate rooms with sink, toilet and large coin operated showers that were unisex and perfect for families. No fire pit at our site but one available near a meeting room.
We arrived on a Sunday around 5pm and within a half hour every site was taken. Half the sites are right on Muncho Lake, while the others are a short walk to a public pier. We fished right from the gravel beach next to our trailer. A little confusing when arriving, since there is no office. You find a site and a staff member comes around to collect money and sell firewood four times a day. Campsites are back-in sites along narrow dead end access road. Road got congested on our arrival and in morning rush hour as RV's navigated the narrow campground road. Our site had many tress and bush separating us from neighbors, with a sturdy picnic table and fire pit. Outhouses were clean and well stocked. There were no showers.