My 5 star is based on Alaska Highway travel. This not a lower 48 resort but is an excellent RV park. Friendly owners, level large sites, some trees, with an extremely large grass air strip that makes for an excellent place to walk or walk the dog. Quiet, peaceful and relaxing. Going back in 2018 and this is a must stay for us.
This park has such a quaint secluded feel. Nestled at the base of a mountain. Each lot is staggered as to not have your neighbor next to you. Nice size lots. Full service, they even have their own generators that provide power. Nice thick gravel and grass on each lot with a nice manicured area for running your pet. Not your typical Canadian parking lot. Best one yet from my travels in Canada.
Glad to find this little gem on the Alaskan Highway. It has grass, trees, full hookups and even a grass landing strip adjoining it. It is laid out a little strang, but a host walked us to our spot and made sure we got in. Only a one night stay, we didn't unhook and only used the 20 amp electricity, although it had full service. They even have guest cabins. Muffins and snacks in the office, but nowhere to eat for hours. Giant moose antlers everywhere.