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Having worked in the Park for a couple of summers, I suggest you might want to drop reservation at Sylvan and find another CG. We love CSP but the CG facilities are sorely lacking. No sewer and most CG have limited sites with water. Power has come to most now but still some without.
Sylvan Lake CG is very small with very small sites. Pulling that trailer with a van that big is going to be a pain just getting up to the Sylvan Lake area - narrow crooked roads both directions and there is at least one with a tunnel.
Maneuvering inside the CG is going to be REALLY tight if not impossible.
The place is not scenic although it is VERY unusual. Find another CG outside the park and drive to Sylvan and the Eye of the Needle area.

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If I remember one of the roads (Needles highway?) leading to the park has a couple of 10' high tunnels.


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I wouldn't stay there with a trailer that long. Try Rafter J. It is great.


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You would be better off at Game Lodge or Fort Welikit (it is close to Sylvan) with a trailer your size. Note that there are several posts on this that aren't entirely accurate, but make sure you pay attention to the posted signs and official online warnings about tunnels etc. Sylvan Lake can be accessed without tunnels, so don't just blindly follow Google or any other gps guidance.


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Stayed in the Stockade lake north campground last year with a 36’ fifth wheel. Had plenty of room, and there was lots of sites that would of worked for us.


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Ok! Thank you everyone!

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