Pretty site by the lake. A must stop on the Alaskan Highway. Be sure to check out the free campgrounds museum, the George Johnson Museum (across the street), and the First Nation cultural center just down the road. I'd definitely stay again when in the area.
Definitely not the easiest place to get to, but worth the effort. This First Nation campground is right on the Liard River with beautiful views, large level sites. I would definitely stay here again when in the area.
This is about as remote as an RV can get. The First Nation Village of Jean Marie River is accessed via a 17 mile "road" off the Mackenzie Highway at a point about 150 miles from Ft. Providence. The 17 mile "road" will take over an hour to drive. Once in Jean Marie River there are very friendly people, rarely visited by RV'er, beautiful views of the Mackenzie River in an unspoiled setting. I will definitely return to this special place.
Clean, quiet, pretty park just outside the city of Yellowknife. Most sites are large enough to accommodate any size rig. Nice wooded level sites, most of them. I would definitely stay here again when in the area.
Pretty park right on the Mackenzie River in a perfect location for an overnight. Some pull throughs may be a little tight for big rigs but are doable. I would definitely stay here again when in the area.
This park has opened what they refer to as an overflow area. This new area is right on the shore of the Great Slave Lake. The new section has picnic and walking areas. The road in is a little rough. I would definitely stay here again when in the area.
Old park not well kept. A mud pit after any rain. Tight roads and sites with lots of long term trailers and their extra vehicles parked all over the park. Anyplace would have to be better than staying here.
Nice little park. Friendly owners. Not the cleanest, with some debris around the garbage area. Cute little town close enough the Brice Canyon for day trips. I would try a different park if in the area again.
Very friendly staff and fellow RVers. They had a rally during my stay with dancing twice a week, a weekly luncheon into Mexico, and lots of other activities. The rate is for weekly members. I would go out of my way to stay here again.
Wooded sites are extremely tight and unlevel. I tried one pull-through and gave up on trying to level. Stayed in a parking lot area they call "the cliffs". The rate reflects Thousand Trail membership. Great care should be taken with the address in any GPS. Strongly suggest you call for directions. I would not stay at this park again.
The rate reflects Thousand Trail membership. The outdoor pool and Jacuzzi are spotless and worth the stay. The park address is wrong, the staff knows it and have been unable to correct it. The park is in the town of Sunriver, not Bend. This causes issues for anyone using GPS. I would stay here again if in the area.
The rate reflects Thousand Trail membership. This is a nice park for families, less so for couples or singles traveling without kids. The children take over the pool and Jacuzzi and the families tend to continue playing late in the evening and early in the morning. The park is clean but I would try a different campground when next in the area.
For an overnight this place would be fine. It is more of a rest area on the side of the road. The area is level gravel, with sewer & electric, 30 & 50amp. There was to be water, but I didn't see any hookup. A mail box is provided to leave your check for payment as there is no one present, nor an office of any sort. With a 31ft 5'er, my truck was sticking into the drive area.
Very friendly family owned. Very clean, well kept park. The cell tower service in the area is not good, but that's not the parks fault. A nice quiet place to camp with easy driving to the tri-county area and into Charleston.
This is a pretty campground, well kept, with clean bathrooms and showers. The lake is beautiful with a very nice walking/bike path surrounding it. There are some nice and one bit more challenging hiking paths. The sites can be tight for larger RV's.