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RE: Kamloops?

There are two great provincial campsites west of Kamloops on the road to Cache Creek. Both have water and power and a sewer dump station.
Paoli 06/24/15 04:43pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Can you actual get a site in Algonquin just showing up?

We pulled in and no problem without a reservation.
Paoli 06/24/15 04:40pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: gaspe' - what are the larger grocery stores

There are all kinds of big stores, including Walmart if you are looking for a night stop.
Paoli 08/14/14 05:17pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: tay away from Muncho Lake, BC

Beats me why anybody would pay so much money just to pull over and and stay one night to sleep.
Paoli 07/16/14 10:35am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: tay away from Muncho Lake, BC

Here's a review a saw: For $55 a night, one gets 20 amp electric and water only, and not on the lake. Oh, I forgot you also get their generator that runs all day and night. Of course, this was not mentioned when I made the reservation. We picked this place (knowing the price, but not about the generator) because of the Muncho Lake setting, and it is magnificent. However, the constant loud noise from their generator destroys any sense of peace and tranquility this setting would instill. And make sure you have plenty of fuel or you will pay $1.89 a liter! To be fair, they knock off 20 cents if you stay there - big deal - the next station up the road is still 25 cents less than that. These people are obviously out to make as much money as they can off people or take unfair advantage of people who may be stuck in the middle of nowhere. We would have stayed just up the road if they had been up front about that generator. And the Milepost and website pictures are deceiving. The lodge itself and cabins look very nice, but the RV sites are something else. The back-ins require you to back down a road to your site - also not mentioned or to be seen in the web photos. OK for a bus, more difficult for a 5er - not to mention they are more expensive because they are right on the lake. There are other RV Parks in the area - don't make our mistake. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Paoli 07/15/14 08:44pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: BC Parks, Porcupines, and Chicken Wire

Porcupines? I would be more concerned about Alaskan mosquitoes flying away with the family dog.
Paoli 07/06/14 09:57pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
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