June 26, 2018 - reviewed by The Canadians
Not Bad But Your Dry Camping
We used this as our home base to visit Jasper National Park. It’s about an hour and twenty minutes north. We didn’t want to pay $50 a night to stay in a crowded full hook up park closer to Jasper. There was only one other fifth wheel on the far end of the park so we had all the privacy we could ask for. We also had a spot right beside the river. The highway noise is there but you can’t see the highway. It didn’t bother us at night and it seems to slows down quite a bit after 10pm. We had lots of room to move our 35ft fifth wheel around. If your self sustainable in your rig, this is a great place to crash. No hooks ups so your dry camping! There are multiple dump stations in the town near by on your way out so are free at gas stations. We didn’t use the washrooms but there composting toilets so beware! Lol. This place was a breath of fresh air compared to the typical RV park.
August 27, 2017 - reviewed by Al B
Nice campground with trees and a creek. A bit noisy because it's right next to the highway. $20.00 self check-in.