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2 RV Parks near Tumbler Ridge, British Columbia
Jul 2017 - $15.00
On arrival, I wanted to fill up our freshwater tank, but noticed signs everywhere advising the water was not potable. Found out we had to make a trip back into town in order to get some proper drinking water. The campground has two loops - upper and lower. We had a site in the lower loop near the playground. The Lions Club operates the campground for the town. There was a sign that said the host was in stall 27, but was out at the time. So we went ahead and found our site, which was given when I made a reservation earlier (host came around later for registration and payment). It was a level back-in with a good gravel crush and nicely landscaped with a few trees for shade. A picnic table and fire ring on site as well. Site size varies. Some were big enough for tow vehicle and trailer and others for a tent. The lower loop sites seemed to be in better shape than the upper loop sites. The comfort station was located in the lower section and had men, women, and unisex sections. The Men's had one shower which took loonies. Playground, picnic shelter with BBQ, volley ball and sports field are also located in the lower section. A trail goes through the campground which leads east to various spots on Flatbed Creek or north towards the golf course. Now that I know about the water situation, I wouldn't hesitate to stay here again. - Onemoretrail
Jul 2017 - $25.00
Park attendant wasn't around, so picked out a site. She came by later and registered us. Rate shown on the website is not current. Paid $32 CAD. Most of the sites are pull-through. There is a large no services group area. Our site was a fairly narrow and level gravel pull-through. There is not much room between the tables on each site, just enough room for the slideouts and awning. Utilities were placed in the middle, which worked out well for us. The sewer outlet was at the base of the water and electric, so be careful. All hookups worked fine. If you need a dump station, it's further down the road across from the cemetery. No Wi-Fi, but sites are open enough for satellite TV. Since it is the only campground in town with full hookups, we would stay here again. - Onemoretrail