Nice looking park, sites small but mostly shaded. No wash sink or dump available but they had plenty of water spigots going day and night. Train noise and highway noise, bring earplugs. Ranger Mark was very helpful. Good for one night if you must. Nice shower
Didn't know this existed until someone told me about it. Very nice park on the river with lots of shade. Train noise and there is no sewer hook ups or dump station. Still a very nice park.
Beautiful campground, found a spot right on the water. Just pulled in to escape the winds on the 84. Very peaceful, clean showers and bathrooms. Would like to stay longer but we are just passing through.
This is a beautiful area right next to the river. We stayed only 1 night in snowy weather and there was only 1 other camper. There are a number of sites big enough for larger RVs. Water is turned off in winter and there are no sewer hookups or dump station. 50 amp service worked great. I have been here in the summer and it was busier but didn't seem overcrowded. There is a trail for hiking that goes along the river and places to fish. It is true the trains are kind of loud and cause the ground to vibrate when passing by, but we didn't find it too frequent or bothersome. Would have liked to stay longer if we were not on a timeline!
Very nice park. No water March 20th. Understandable given night time temperatures. Very scenic. Trains added to ambiance. Will definately make this part of our itinerary on our way back to bc in the future.
The trains were no stop! Clean enough and friendly staff. Tenting area was a bit sketchy. River was close by and fast flowing but good to cool off in. Very windy area.