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Not impressed with juniper beach. Hot hot hot and no dogs allowed on the beach! The sign says at the beginning of the trail, beach access dogs must be on leash..... our 1 dog was on leash dipped our feet in the water, didn’t disturb...More
This is a nice place to camp for a few days, longer if you fish. There is a natural pool to float in, nice grass area, and sites are pretty good.
The place is sandwiched in between CN Rail and CP Rail, so the trains...More
This campsite is in a pretty remote location, but is well worth it. Dropping off the highway to the valley floor, the camp site has a train line on one side and river on the other. Past the river is another train line, where we...More
Was here for two nights and it was wonderful! There are trains on both sides of the campground, and even in our tent I still loved them! They do get noisy, they are frequent, if you’re a light sleeper and in a tent, it can...More
Neat park right on the Thompson river off hwy 97. Small park with about 30 sites. Most back on the Thompson river and are a good size. Good for R&R. Other than fishing, bird watching, etc, not much to do. No park equipment for kids....More
This is a nice provincial park campground that was well cared for. We enjoyed the visit and since I like trains this place was awesome with both the CP and CN nearby... If you don't like trains bring ear plugs.
We recently camped for 6 days at this park as it has been a favourite of ours for nearly 20 years..A noticeable shift change has taken place..washrooms are dirty, showers not cleaned properly (had to move mat & it was disgusting underneath), PARK OPERATORS very...More
I was impressed by the friendliness of the camp staff, the cleanliness of the site and entire park, and the beauty of the river and valley. My first impressions were very positive and I was excited to camp at this little gem. But then the...More