We have stayed here many times and always plan our trip so we don't miss the Toad River Lodge. Very nice hosts. The park is spotless and the view matches and surpasses anything we've experienced along the Alcan (Alaska Hiway). Laundry facilities were excellent as was the Wi-Fi. Cable TV was basic. Altogether a very restful, quiet park.
Lovely,quiet park within walking distance of the hot springs. A little surprised by their rate which had recently been marked up but then you have free use of the warm spring pool. A sign at the entrance said bear in area but we were told this wasn't a "problem bear", it was just getting a "little too close". A very clean campground, sites are spotless (raked) and level,with lots of maintenance staff on hand at all times. Unfortunately there is a boil water order in place for the pump water, so the only potable water was at the entrance. Use of generators is restricted to 2 hours in the morning (9-11) and 2 hours in the evening (6-8). There is a book exchange in the main office.
Very small but shady park. Turns make maneuvering a big rig difficult unless your neighbor across the street offers to move their car/truck. We picked this park because of the advertisement of "fully serviced sites". Wi-Fi is available sitting on a bench outside behind the office. Electric will not support an AC running or a coffee machine even if used separately. The breaker kept tripping. So we ran our generator to cool off the motorhome for a couple of hours. Very noisy park in terms of highway traffic. We would not stay here again. We were going to stay at one of the provincial parks north of PG but decided we would enjoy a full service site for the night. Definitely not worth driving 10 hours to get here.
We stayed here because there was nothing else available nearby and we were exhausted. The campground is a dirt parking lot essentially. Currently it's full with resident gas field workers. The grounds are dirty, with trash, cigarette butts, doggy poop at our door. Spots are very tight. We paid $36 for 15 amp service. No other utilities available. The sign said $35 but I guess the managers decided on an extra dollar on the spur of the moment. To cut down on the dust, they had a water truck pour some water on the driveway so that made a nice muddy mess. Would not stay here again.
Full service campground with good cable and wifi service. Sites are average size with no trees. Traffic noise is constant. Definitely the best game in town for services offered. Main advantage is being walking distance to town and a block or two to a great coffee shop/bakery/deli store. There is a convenient area for walking the "fur kids" . The gravel roads make it unfriendly for wheelchairs, unfortunately. We stayed a week and would stay again.
Wonderful territorial park ground, easy in and out. Good gravel roads,well maintained campground. Firewood plentiful for a small fee, with solid fire rings. Weekly campfire lectures with hot tea served. Only in Canada! Short hike to Kathleen Lake. Be sure to get a fishing license because the trout are plentiful. The lake also has a nice floating dock and concrete ramp. Lots of hiking trails, but beware of bears on any extended hikes. Although they are small by comparison to those we saw in Southeast Alaska, these are still grizzly bears. Some black bears in the area as well, but the campground was fairly safe due to cleanliness. We stayed a week and used the fresh water supply that was readily available.
This park seems to be under construction. Entry road very rough. When we arrived we found out this is not a "full service" RV park. Having boon docked for a week, this was a real disappointment because the spaces appeared nicely treed and shady. Showers would cost "only" $3/day each person and had to walk to the hot springs which wasn't an open for us as it would be a hike. Therefore, definitely not a senior friendly park.
WiFi free is available for only 30 minutes per 24 hour period. If you're looking forward to using a service such as netflix this will not work. Also, if you are wanting to post pictures/videos of your travels this is also not possible. Paying extra for wifi access still will not permit streaming, including updates to cell phones etc. Cable tv offers no movie Channels mostly news and weather. Altogether a nice park though. We stayed a week. We tried to use the bus service but that was really confusing. No benches at the bus stops, no shelters and trying to get back to the park, we were left high and dry by the bus about 2 miles short of the park. And told we could walk from there!