RV Park at 31.50 CAD all inclusive.
Very nice place by the sea. Spacious location, beautiful views of the islands. Full equipment and restaurant. Excellent value.
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A beautiful campground, lots of sites right on the beach, some along the estuary. Price depends on where your spot is, high season $33 - $38 per night, full hook up, lots of tent sites too. Hot showers, 6 mins for $1, fast wifi at the shower / laundry building, slower at the sites. Playgrounds for the kids, pet friendly, clean.... previous post said something about BC residents only which is not true, we are from Alberta and had no problem at all. Very friendly, welcoming couple who run this beautiful campground.Report Check-In
BC Residents only. They do not care if you are vaccinated or if the BC residents are vaccinated. BC plates or you cannot come in. No medical reason just do not want anyone else there.Report Check-In
So it is a little sketchy when you first drive in but there seems to be a permanent rv camp in the front of the place. However, it is a pretty cool campground. Very rudimentary but perfectly fine. Sites are a bit rough but once you are in, especially near the beach, it is pretty cool. Kids were catching salmon right on the beach. BRING YOUR OWN WATER they tell you that the water is non potable and for sure it is not but if you have your own you are fine. People were super nice but again, rustic.
Pro tip: go to port McNeil for groceries and restaurants (some good ones) and avoid port hardy at all costs. Poor little place is down and out.
Stopped in here to check on FCFS. We were told that place is booked 2 years in advance during fishing season from mid-July to early August. We were directed to Marble River Rec Site/Campground, where we found great spot (free
primitive site, no services).
The water is brown! It looks scary.. but they say it’s potable and totally fine to drink. All showers and toilets also have brown water. Sites are full hookup, and they have coin Landry as well. 34$+ tax is their price. Nice waterfront sites…Report Check-In
We were looking for a nice restaurant to celebrate our anniversary. The locals suggested Cluxewe Waterfront Bistro at Cluxewe Resort Campground and we opted to stay at the campground. We’re self-contained in our 8 meter (25 foot) MH and don’t use the facilities except for an occasional shower. We stayed on a Friday night in late September. We arrived early afternoon and were able to get a site and restaurant reservation. This is a large (~100 sites), clean, very nice CG right on the water. There a wide variety of sites, serviced, partially serviced and fully serviced. Some of the sites are short and wide, others are long and narrow, some are tucked into the trees while others are in the open. There are a few ‘clumps’ of sites where 3-8 sites are close together, otherwise there’re in the trees for shade and privacy. There are many sites right on the water, most are within sight of the water, with great views. Most sites are a mix of grass, gravel, dirt, mostly level, some might require some leveling. The coin-op ($1 for 6 minutes) showers were clean with ample hot water and water pressure. There’s good (roaming) ATT and Verizon cell coverage. The restaurant, open seasonally, was excellent with an eclectic menu and well-prepared food.Report Check-In