This is a lovely wooded unserviced provincial park, with water from faucets, and staff are on site. Each of the 50 back-in sites has a picnic table and fire pit, and most offer reasonable privacy. Campers get free admission to the Hot Springs. Non-campers pay...更多
This is a perfect place to pull over, eat lunch, then go sit in the hot spring pool for a couple of hours. It is beautiful and is way better than a hot tub. There is a bathroom and a changing area right by the...更多
All campsites are well treed in and private from your neighbours. We recommend sites 51, 52 or 53, it's a side road with less vehicle traffic and only a bit of foot traffic. Hot springs are phenomenal. The park is very clean and well taken...更多
There seem to be mixed reviews, and I can't believe more RV'ers don't LOVE this stop!
Though the provincial park doesn't have hook-ups, the sites are roomy, private and quiet (even though ours backed on the hwy). The hot springs are a very easy walk...更多
We drove into the campground after a long day of driving and it was so worth the experience to soak in the hot springs! Nice campground. It is quite a bit of a hike to the boardwalk to the springs so bring good shoes. The...更多
Second visit that tell ya anything? its probably 10 mins walk from the parking lot to the spring. Irwcomed walking up to the falls and the Hanging Gardens first. If you wait till later you may be too tired from laying around doing nothing. The...更多
Stopped on our way to Whitehorse and liked it so much we stopped on our way home. The campsites are nice, high and dry, spacious and relatively private. Outhouses were ok and there is water taps in close proximity to most sites. Hotspings are a...更多