Very large, nice park. Decent cable TV, Pay to surf via wi-fi. They do have one hard cabled DSL access port in one of the laundry rooms and internet surfing is free from that. The front office didn't seem to know that it was free, but they knew it was there and I found it. Very well kept park, clean facilities. The park offered a free Alaskana show that night in a community room. Highly recommend.
This park is way out away from civilization so they lacked a lot of amenities. Friendly staff and a few trees in an otherwise cleared lot. We took a short walk down to a nearby river and back. You don't have too many options here and if you're heading north up the Cassiar Highway then this is the most logical place to stay as there isn't much else for the next 450 miles of travel until you reach the Alaska Highway.
Real nice park, our second time staying here. Lot's of nice trees, a kid's play area, nice pool. Cable TV was as good as it gets with around 60 channels to choose from. For internet access you have to pay a third party to surf, I never like that. I recommend this park.
Nice park, very kid friendly with a creek running through the campground and an honest to goodness kid's play area. Nice pool (solar heated :-)). Wi-Fi access is pay to play and no cable or satellite TV. Nice park, friendly staff.
Nice park, but kind of expensive, and you have to pay to use the showers, a feature I never appreciate. Wi-Fi and Cable TV comes with the site, which is nice. The park was recently redone, they now have a bunch of pull throughs and the spots are asphalt. They may have more than 111 sites now. Nice place, lots to do in the area.
This is your basic cleared lot, easy in and easy out. The staff here is exceptional. You won't find cleaner restrooms on the continent and they clean them many times throughout the day. The men's restroom was so nice, that twice towards the beginning of my stay when I first walked in, I quickly backed out and double checked to make sure I wasn't in the lady's room... We stayed here a few nights on account of a broken RV, we had to wait for a welder to arrive in town. In the meantime we were given a slight discount, and an employee gave us a large box of Archie Comic Books to read. That gift was a wonderful blessing considering there wasn't much else to do in Watson Lake with my four kids I was traveling with. I highly recommend this park and did in fact return a month later.
Real nice place, lots of trees, a very nice play area for kids, staff is friendly and helpful. No TV, Wi-Fi wasn't available while I was there but they said they were getting their modem hooked up soon (due to high costs, they cancel their wi-fi service during the winter (understandable, and didn't have it quite yet when I got there). I like this place a lot, but when I discovered the RV needed repair and I was going to have to spend a few more nights in town, I moved to a park with TV for the kid's sake. I recommend this park.
This was an adequate park to stay the night in. No TV, no wi-fi. It is your basic cleared lot just off the Alaska Highway. Friendly service. I'd stay here again but since I travel with children, I'd probably try to find a place with cable TV.
This park looks nice enough, if not a bit untended. Where things went wrong was with what they said they had, and what was really offered. They claimed a heated swimming pool. They even told me they'd turn the heat on. Absolutely no heat. I didn't care, but why did they lie? They claim free satellite TV. What we experienced was local rabbit ear reception piped to the sites via cable. I was told my internet access was included. You can connect via Wi-Fi but it is through one of those gatekeepers that charges you to surf. I didn't because this particular gatekeeper wanted personal and credit card information before displaying what the charge would be. I went to the office to ask about it since I was told I had the Wi-Fi access with my site. I asked if they had a username/password or something that I needed to surf and the next thing I know the lady is yelling at me, yelling as she slammed the door on me: "It isn't my problem and you can go somewhere else to stay." Many Canadian RV parks struggle with what they offer telecommunications wise as they have to deal with a telecom monopoly, which must make it expensive to offer services. It's unfortunate that Bee Lazee is comfortable lying about what they offer folks who stay here. I would never return to this place. This is the only really bad experience I've had at an RV Park/Campground. Recommend you stay away.