We stayed here 3 nights for the 1st time. This is a nice little park in a perfect setting. Not too many full hookup sites so if you need full service, book early. Owner is a great host and has done an awesome job of putting this campground together from scratch. Gold panning is part of the deal an fits right in with the area. Will come back to do more exploring of this interesting area of BC.
We stayed at this park for two nights at the end of our Alaska caravan. The park is under new management since August 1st and seemed a little confused. We had a full hookup site with 30 amp power. With all appliances such as fridge, water heater, etc. turned off, we were hard pressed to make coffee. AC was definitely out of the question. The temperature was 30+ deg C. This park is an old park not set up to handle larger RVs with higher electricity demands. The management told us "this is a remote northern park and the amenities are not the same as we are used to down south". Prince George is a bustling city of 80K population. Not really remote. Will try a different park next time through PG.
This park is located close to all shopping etc. in the city of Leduc. There are two halves to the park. The north part looks to be newer and has no trees while the south section appears older and is in the trees. Satellite service would be iffy in the trees. This is a gated and secured park, seems to be well run. Wi-Fi service is sketchy. There is no laundry facility. Sites are quite large and have fire pits at each site. In my opinion, it is somewhat overpriced for what is offered but is a decent park none the less. We were here 3 nights.
We have stayed here a few times in our 40' Motorhome. This park is very well run. Beautiful setting along the Crowsnest River. Some reviews claim they have too many rules but if you are looking for peace & quite, good amenities in a well laid out park, this is the place. The owners take a lot of pride in their park and it shows. Can be a little daunting for big rig operators getting in to the park but it is manageable. We always spend a few days here. Lots of history to take in in the area and World Class Trout Fishing.
New owners in the last 3 years. Very friendly and accommodating. They are constantly making improvements to a park that was previously run down. We stayed here one night and would certainly consider stopping here again if we are in the area. Of note, Satellite reception is tricky here. Scout your site if you want to use your dish.
This is a nice little park but if you are in a 40' plus MH I suggest calling ahead for one of their centre row pull-through sites so you have room for your toad. This is an older park with sites designed for older rigs. However, it is handy to all amenities and is good value for your money. We have stayed here a few times and ended up having to park our toad at the end of the park because there was no room at a back-in site when the park is full during July/August.
Owner was very friendly. There are a lot of Full Timers in this park, but a few sites are set up for us transient folks. I thought 25 bucks was a little rich for 30 amp power and water, but for a one or two night stop-over I guess it's AOK. If you have a roof mounted satellite check for access before you get parked.
We checked in for 4 nights and ended up here for a week due to repairs to our toad. The ONLY con I have is the Wi-Fi which was very accessible, but extremely slow during the late afternoon and evening. The Wi-Fi had been recently upgraded, but the bandwidth is lacking for a park of this size. Our site was great. Ample room on each side, room to park our toad, concrete pad along the side, and perfect satellite access. Would definitely stay here again.