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3 RV Parks near Hyder, Alaska
Aug 2018 - $35.00
Our pull thru full hookup site was level and long enough for our 36' mh with toad...if you want peace and quiet with no cell, WiFi or tv this is the place for you....you can go to the boat launch down the road and pick up a Canadian cell signal for calls, emails etc...no ota tv channels but open space for satellite dish.....showers, restrooms were clean with a lot of hot water but they do charge 3 loonies for 8 minute shower....used laundry, machines showing their age but they get the job done, $2 wash $2 for 45 min dry...The host is great and is always busy with his many jobs....saw one bear at the garbage dump, also a lot of spawning salmon at the creek and some otters and beavers and a lot of eagles....make sure you have your supplies or whatever before you get here, there isn't much in Hyder but Stewart does have some small restaurants and a decent grocery store with anything you may need, there is a gas station also in Stewart but you have to go thru customs each time u go into Stewart...make sure you eat at the Bus in Hyder she has the freshest halibut you could ever eat, but don't be in a hurry she does it all and it takes time....we would stay again if in the area...very interesting town to say the least, a lot of glaciers to see and it's just the peace and quiet that is all around you that is nice.....ohhh it looked like they supplied the firewood all the campsites had firewood at the fire rings which was a nice thing..... - smoky40
Aug 2017 - $25.00
Stayed 4 nights for the bear viewing. A fair deal, safe sites, could use a bunch of TLC, but water and electric were good, (we skipped the sewer). WIFI is very weak and if a big rig blocks line of site to the office, forget it. Staff is friendly. Restrooms and showers need more cleaning, we used our onboard and the free dump station across from the Petro station in Stewart BC. Potholes need attention, drive slow.
If you miss the bears at the Forest Service deck, you may also catch a few near the Hyder landfill. Want bears (black and grizz) and eagles? THIS is the place. Be at the platform at 6am to avoid the Combat Cameras later in the day. - Nevada Nick
Aug 2016 - $36.00
If you want to do bear-watching, the advantage of staying here is because it is less expensive, closer to the bear-watching platform, and you don't have to wait in line for customs re-entry into Canada with each bear trip. However, since Hyder is becoming a ghost town with only two eating places, you may have to cross to Stewart to grocery shop, eat out, etc.
The sites were relatively flat with great tasting well water. They had 30 amp electricity at most sites: however, sewer is available in only 8 of the 40 or so sites. If you are not lucky enough to get a site with sewer, they direct you to a public dump station back in Stewart (customs crossing involved). WiFi is typical sloooow satellite, but works for email. No cable. It is not well maintained, but was safe, quiet, and near the Parks service bear-watching platform. - DebGA
Aug 2017 - $26.00
Rustic to say the least. Tight sites that need TLC. Walking distance to town. - GerryT
Aug 2016 - $26.00
OK. This is a Municipal campground wedged in among the huge spruce and other not-identifiable-by-a-southerner trees and pushed up against an almost sheer bluff of a hill. Plenty of annual plants/shrubs between sites, thick carpet of pine needles help maintain quiet-etude, and sites are ample for big rigs, tents, and pretty much anything that shows up (even had one of those Uni-MOG rigs from Germany). We didn't use the showers/restrooms, although a peek inside revealed clean/tidy/up-to-date. We had 30A power, but no water/sewer. Water is available near the showers, and dump is less than a quarter mile away (city - free). Fellow in the office was most polite and accommodating, and had suggestions for first-time visitors to Stewart/Hyder. Any subsequent visits to this area will find us at this campground, vs. the commercial one in Stewart, or in Hyder - both of them cater to "caravans," and aren't the friendliest folks. - jtids
Jun 2015 - $1.00
The park was not very crowded and pleasant overall. The young men working there were very friendly and kept up the older restrooms that could use some updating. WiFi was in a cutely decorated picnic pavilion. There grounds were a lush heavily forested (rainforest) with a moderate amount of insects; we set up our bug tent. One other downside was that the campground shares a boundary with houses. We sat in our bug tent and watched the dogs in backyards for entertainment. - barkingbear
Aug 2019 - $31.00
All sites are back in on grass and one must be careful of the big rocks marking the borders of each site. The campground interior roads were muddy with standing water but they do get lots of rain in that area. No problems with the utilities. Did not use the bathrooms or laundry. Staff is really friendly and they have some interesting souvenirs for sale in the campground office. Office provides a brochure for the local Stewart/Hyder, AK area that was very helpful. We would stop here again. - roadking
Aug 2019 - $31.00
Nice enough RV park given there's not much in this remote area of BC. Check in was easy and staff is very friendly and helpful. Roads are easily navigable. Our site, 15B, was a drive-in site. Their set up is a bit unorthodox in that the sites are coupled together so that a drive-in and back-in site are adjacent. Therefore, our outside area was adjacent to our neighbors outside area, and our wetbay was adjacent to our other neighbor's wetbay. I actually liked that so that you are not looking at your neighbors sewer tube. Utilities were fine - you do share a sewer outlet with your neighbor but that was not an issue. No cable TV, but the paid upgrade to WiFi was fast enough so we could stream. Nice covered RV wash which we used for our toad. This park is popular with caravans so reservations are recommended. - mtmsf
Aug 2019 - $30.00
We drove the roughly 200 miles down Cassiar highway to the coast here and found this park. It was easy to find and a good location for the area. Verizon cell worked well and the wifi only supported a quick email check. No OTA channels. We stayed a week and went to see the bears in Hyder. The park was pleasant and everything worked well. There are plenty of hiking trails from the park to explore and the river is just behind the sites. This is a great side trip from the Cassiar back south. - FrancisandRenee