Big RV and tent campground. They have sheltered tables for bad weather. Hot showers cost a looney for 3 minutes. Wifi works, but very slow. Potable water. There are fire rings with grill for cooking. Tent camping cost 19 Canadian dollars per site, RV - apparently more (sorry, I haven't checked). There's a lot of shade from the big pine trees. Walkable distance to the shops and cafes in Steward. This place is much more cozy than the RV we park in Hyder.
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Municipal campground. There was an event in town the same week-end and the campground was full. Clean washroom and free shower. Potable water but no dumpstation. Free WiFi. Some sites are small and Rv are one on the other. Not much to do here exept go look at Salmon Glacier. You have to go through Alaska to go so make sure you have your passeport.Report Check-In
Tired campground, light gravel lot, road muddy in some areas. Overflow areas for tent and small RVs. Most spaces are close by. Lots of shade. Roaming ATT, TMO 2 bars LTE. Wifi works better around site 29. High pressure hot shower. 15/30 amp, water, no dump.Report Check-In
Lovely place, old but with everything you need. Les douches sont chaudes et gratuites, il y a de l'eau potable pour remplir son campeur, 22$ en "dry camping". Le décor est magnifique. et le Wi-Fi parfait quant à moi.
La couverture cellulaire aussi.
Pretty campground in Stewart BC. Hot showers are included with the fee for the campsite. As of today prices (not including tax) are: $18 for a tent site, $22 for a non elect vehicle site, $28 for a 15A site and $32 for a 30A site. Was a 1-2 hour drive to Salmon Glacier from here.Report Check-In
$22 for dry camping as of today. Decided to stay here because I needed a shower. Shower are included in the price. No privacy but the scenery is nice and you are literally in town. Recommended.Report Check-In
free till 10. Juni 2022, ask tourist Information before, otherwise 32 $ dry camping, nice places at the river, firepits, trees for shadow, but many mosquitos, very quiteReport Check-In
Pay attention to the location. We missed the turn using coordinates from iOverlander so I'll try to update them now. Anyway, don't miss the turn as there's nowhere to turn around in a 28 foot motorhome with a toad until you get to the Alaska border... and even then it was a very tight squeeze!!
Very hot showers with lots of water pressure are free and unlimited so it makes up for the "camp style" bathhouse. A spider or two is nothing if you've been dry camping for days and are desperate for a long hot shower!
Wifi is free but quite slow and if you park close to the office you can get a signal in your rig.
Paid $28 for 15 amp and they also have 30 amp sites for $32.
We loved this little campground. It is nestled right in the cedar trees and a nice little creek runs right through it. There are clean heated showers and there is a water tap just outside the shower house. There is wifi if you sit by the check in building.. The veiws are amazing and just a short walk to anything in town.Report Check-In
Nice spot, hot showers clean bathrooms. $22 for a site without services. Average Wifi only works at the office.Report Check-In
Had too much alcohol too bring back across the border, so we stayed here. Nice place.Report Check-In
Very nice spot, way better and less expensive than the other options and within walking distance of amenities. We paid $28 for 15amp. Water filling station on site. Free dump station in town. Hot showers included. WiFi only at office but eat at the hotel and do all your internet there for free while you wait.Report Check-In
Lots of tall trees. Very nice hot showers free no time limit. Close to town so you can walk easily. The museum was a great stop to see the town history.Report Check-In
Pleasant city campground just a couple of blocks from “downtown” Stewart. It has a pretty mellow vibe. It has 30 amp, 15 amp and no power sites, at varying prices. Has fresh water, but no dump (the free city dump is a few blocks away). Excellent cell phone coverage, which the other nearby campgrounds (in Hyder and Stewart) lack. The WiFi is very good adjacent to the office.Report Check-In
Campground set amongst rainforest - old trees with moss surrounding you. Peaceful green sites well spaced. We pail CAD 29.40 incl taxes for 15Amp electricity site. Showers are free, hot and unlimited time. Wifi also included and worked okay on close by sites to office like 26 (Mac had strong signal but iPhone catch was weak.. works fine next to office).Drinking water available , need to use city dump.Report Check-In
This location doesn't exist - the correct one is the other Rainey Creek campground listed to the NWReport Check-In
They’re renovating this campground until spring 2019. Therefore it‘s closed.Report Check-In
Big RV and tent campground. They have sheltered tables for bad weather. Hot showers cost a looney for 3 minutes. Wifi works, but very slow. Potable water. There are fire rings with grill for cooking. Tent camping cost 19 Canadian dollars per site, RV - apparently more (sorry, I haven't checked). There's a lot of shade from the big pine trees. Walkable distance to the shops and cafes in Steward. This place is much more cozy than the RV we park in Hyder.Report Check-In