We camped here for one night. We showed up on a Thursday without reservations looking for a one night stay. No problem, lots of room. We were offered a choice of a couple of sites (sites 40 or 41) so we scoped them out and chose the one we thought would be most level for our rented 27' 5th wheel. Neither site was great and it took a while to back in (newbies here) and find the most level spot. Wifi was good, no problems getting onto the network, although we were very close to the main office so not sure if that made a difference. Cable is offered but none of the channels we could pick up were very clear. The outdoor pool was very clean, as was the park in general. Overall we got the impression not a lot of work has been done to maintain or improve the grounds in several years. Our site was sort of half grass half gravel. Power hookups looked outdated but worked ok. Overall we'd probably return if just for one night, as the host was very gracious and helpful. And, feeling lazy we were able to have pizza delivered to our site from one of the places recommended to us by the host.
We stayed here for one night on route to Calgary from Vancouver. The park was not busy, check in was quick and simple. We were assigned site 20 which backs onto the river. No problem to back in our 26.5 foot rented 5th wheel. Dodge Ram 3500 parked in front of trailer, no problem. Our site was gravel, well kept. All the sites along the river appeared to have fire pits. Washrooms very clean, did not use the free showers. Although close to the highway, noise at night was not too bad. Would certainly go back for a day or two as a stop-over from one destination to another. Wifi was good, no problems connecting, perhaps because park was quiet but nonetheless we were happy with it.