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9 RV Parks near Lac La Hache, British Columbia
Apr 2018 - $20.00
It was early in the season so there weren't any other campers. Full hookups but no cable. There is a beautiful lake to sit at and enjoy the birds and watch the fishing. The owners are very pleasant and were pleased to have us there. We only stayed one night. Be aware the campground is next to the Cariboo Hwy so it can be noisy when the big trucks roll through. - SotoL-L
Jul 2016 - $29.00
This park is a delightful place to stay when in Lac La Hache. The staff was friendly and helpful. The park has been under the same ownership since 1978. It is right on Lac La Hache (lake) and the setting is beautiful. Our site backed up to a small creek running through the park and the site was a few feet from the lake. Many of the sites back right up to the lake. The creek was full of small fish and an eagle was perched in a tree at the edge of the park. there is gas station and restaurant right across the street. We would definitely stay here again. - Another brick in the wall
May 2016 - $34.00
Very nice owners. I agree with the previous posts. Prices at in Canadian. Very please two day stay. - Landyachty
Aug 2018 - $29.00
Owner is very accommodating, allows us to pick a site where satellite tv will work. Also allows us to park second vehicle towing boat at no charge. Sites are large but are narrow in places because of bushes and grass. It's an old KOA and has an appearance similar to a provincial park but with full services. Plenty of room for slides and awning. - Greyduck
Jul 2018 - $44.00
Stayed here recently while travelling through the area. I would stay again if need but not as a destination. The owner was very pleasant, the pool was a very nice touch and the kids said the playground was good. I though that more could have been done to maintain the grounds. I could see that there were a couple of sites with hookups that had not been maintained and therefore not usable. More grass cutting and weeding would have made the sites larger and while there was a well equipped games room, it was dark and could have been cleaned up nicer. Not terrible, not great. - dabat
Jul 2017 - $42.00
Park nearly empty due to fires in the area. Very quiet. Attractive wooded site. Don't believe your GPS. Look for the road sign. My GPS located the park about 5 miles north of its actual location. - navyflir
Jul 2018 - $14.00
Very wooded site off the road with minimal road noise. Heard a train or two go by. Nice wide wooded site. The downfall was the mosquitoes were so bad it made hooking up the car without getting bit a bunch of times a chore. There is a really nice lake with a picnic area across the road from the park. - mrracechaser
May 2018 - $18.00
Nice PP across the highway from the lake. There is a walkway under the highway to cross to the lake. If you have a rig over 35' you will probably want to look at sites around the perimeter road as it is easier to navigate than the center roads. Mosquitoes abound (at least in May) so bring your repellent. Sites are nicely spaced and range in length from a car will barely fit to a large RV. - sheltieRV
Sep 2015 - $25.00
This was a great overnight stop as we traveled from the north. The park is on a hillside and was almost empty so we could pick any site. We had an amazing view of the lake across the highway. Access to the beach was through a large conduit under the highway. The beach had a cook shelter and several picnic tables. Highway traffic noise was noticeable. - Heddie
Apr 2015 - $22.00
We stayed in this park last summer and camped right on the lake. These spots are not full hook up (power and water only) but make up for it with the location! The lodge has a restaurant with a fantastic view of the lake. - cachencouple
Jun 2016 - $40.00
This is a nice little park right beside highway 97 and overlooking Lac La Hache. Beautiful setting. Has cabins, canoe/kayak rentals, boat dock. Great fishing right off the dock for Rainbow Trout and Kokane Salmon.
They have the coolest fire pits mounted on old lawn mower decks so they can be easily moved.
This park was taken over by new owners a few years ago and has seen lots of upgrades. It is very well maintained. We are in a 40' motorhome with toad and find it an easy park to navigate. They have a new dock that doubles as a nice swimming area. If you're looking for a nice spot that's easy in, easy out for the night or spend a week to let the kids do some swimming, you won't be disappointed. This is our 2nd stay here and would not hesitate to stop again on our way down Hwy 97. - ddrichter
Jun 2015 - $0.00
First of all I like to agree with most of the other reviews. Beautiful Lake Views and if you are lucky right on water, yes, some of the sites are not so level but doable. The gravel road on the main road access is a well maintained gravel road. Nice and quiet and not so busy.
We came down to Fircrest Resort to check out the resort and spend a few nights there to find out some information on the sale of their lots. We fell in love with it. The large lots in a resort was very welcoming. we didn't feel like sardines. We found hiking trails close by and can bike (if wanted to go to town). The campground is under renovation for the lots that are on sale, but the views from their sites are just beautiful, beach is small but the water is warm in June. A Gem found in the Chilcotin Cariboo. There seems to be room for the weary traveler. - RV Spot Finder
Jun 2012 - $30.00
Campground is less than a mile off highway 97. Campground roads mainly gravel, but more grass around the campground sites. Our site was a grass/gravel pull-through and not level. The pull-through sites had 30 amp power, but down near the lake the sites were all 15 amp back-ins. Most sites could use some more gravel as the grass has grown in. Even so, after a heavy rain there was no pooling as the sites are sloped. All utilities worked fine. No cable TV and I didn't find any Wi-Fi. The campground looked clean, but it had some rotting fences. There was a good tent area amongst the fir trees and some cabins near the office. There is a playground. We wouldn’t return here as it had nothing to offer us other than a walk around the campground. - Onemoretrail
May 2012 - $30.00
Beautiful view of the lake. Nice level spot. Was able to use the hosts Wi-Fi for extra $5.00. Fresh baked whole grain bread available for $3.50 which is delivered to your site. Very friendly hosts. We enjoyed our stay here and would return again. - User2209
Sep 2015 - $12.00
From Hwy 97 in Lac La Hache, turn onto Timothy Lake Road (paved) and follow for 15 kilometers. The campground will be on your right. Beautiful setting right on the lake. Most of the sites have lake access, a few offer some shade, the rest are in the open. Sites are level and relatively close together, so privacy is not the best. No amenities but a pit toilet, picnic tables and fire pits.
Very quiet place. We found it worth the detour and will stay again. - TheSchweitzers
Jun 2017 - $34.00
We have stayed here in previous years but in the cabins. This time we decided to haul our trailer and camp. We have a 33 ft travel trailer and they did put us in a site close to the water, but all camping sites are in very close proximity to the campers next to you. There are no cedars/trees or fencing that separates you from the next campers. The resort is very well laid out and is immaculately maintained. Very clean. Horse Lake is mainly a fishing lake. We stayed for 4 days, and we had a great trip. Our kids loved the playground. I must add, that this resort has the best playground we have ever seen at any resort. It's all hand made and reminds you of the good ol' days. Huge zip line, teeter todders, climbing wood play house, neat tire swings. Even has a bicycle track with jumps/ramps. Since we hauled our trailer up, we weren't able to bring our fishing boat with. So we did rent one of their fishing boats for the duration of our stay. Great boats, and only $65-$80 a day including gas. We had no luck catching fish. Lots of bites, but only 1 fish was caught. We even rented one of their nice pontoon boats on our last day. Spacious boat, and well kept. The only downfall to the trip, and maybe it's because of the time of year we went??But since June is prime fishing month, and they hold their annual fishing derby in June, they have a lot of seniors stay for long periods of time (some seasonal, mostly returning guests)...And we felt unwelcome by a lot of them. As if we were intruding, or taking over their space. We are mid 30's with 2 children (ages 5 & 7), and I felt like we got lots of stares from the seniors, when the kids would ride their bikes, or fishing off the docks. Our children are well mannered and behaved, and we don't stay up partying. However, I myself, felt out of place being a minority age there. Still would return in the future though. - kellyh
Sep 2014 - $35.00
This campground is located beside Horse Lake and provides a number of sites with a lake view. Extra charges are $1 per dog per day, $5 per day for wifi, $1 for two minutes of shower, and $7 for a load of laundry. If possible use your cell phone data for WiFi service. Each site has some grass, a fire pit, and a table although your neighbor may be very close. Lots of pipe line workers staying here. We might stay here again. - Living Skies
Aug 2014 - $31.00
Horse Lake is a beautiful lake in central British Columbia, east of 93 Mile House. The address is for Lone Butte, about 10 miles away. This is the only fishing resort and RV park left on Horse Lake. There are no mountain views, and not much hiking, but the fishing can be great. The park is off the road, right on the lake, and very quiet - except for the families staying here. There are new and old log cabins, play areas, tent sites, docks, boat rentals, and a small store. All interior roads are gravel, and the parking pads are either gravel, grass, or dirt. Some sites are shaded, some are in the open. Most are not very level, and the pull-throughs are short and packed together. The bathroom in my area (only cold water) was built of unpainted plywood, but clean. The showers ($) and laundry ($) are very nice. There is some cell service and WiFi is $5 per day. - Doug Atterbury
Jun 2018 - $90.00
This was one of the most horrible experiences in my camper life. The owners don't like kids and will show you. The place is run down and overpriced. Don't ruin your weekend/holiday as we did by going there. - Sane 101
Jul 2016 - $45.00
We started our stay with the owner yelling at as because our dog had wandered away while we were getting set up. Literally YELLED at us. His dog, meanwhile was wandering around the resort unleashed. He charged a friend of our 17 dollars to park at one of the sites while she visited family and she chose not to pay it so parked on the road. The owner came back to us after a few minutes and told us our dog had taken a poop on his property and we needed to clean it up...it was not our dog's...it was his dog's...but we cleaned it up. He charged us for Internet when we didn't use any, he said the firewood was included in the price then wouldn't let us use any. It was a rainy day and we could not set up our grill under the shelter and had to stand in the rain (the roof was 20 feet up). He complained about the dog excrement yet when I walked down by the lakeside there was his dog's excrement all over the property. We will NOT ever go back and do not recommend that anyone else go either. The owner is rude and a jerk. The sites were not well marked and there are two sites end to end...but it was not obvious. There are 30 amp and 50 amp connections and two faucets back to back for the two sites although not obvious at first. Roads are unpaved. RV sites are grass. There is a hot tub on a deck overlooking the lake and the bathrooms/showers are clean and well maintained. - Lancetrailer2014
Sep 2014 - $45.00
This resort is located at the south end of Canim Lake where you can rent a boat and motor for fishing or a pontoon boat for touring. Fire wood, showers, outdoor spa, and television room are free. There is a small lounge with a bar where you can order a drink, play board games, and see a large stuffed black bear. The sites are large with grass, fire pit, table and full services. The dog charge is $3 per day. We would stay here again. - Living Skies