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Northern Lights RV Park
9636 Friesen Subdivision
Dawson Creek, British Columbia, Canada
phone: -'250.782.9433
June 11-12, 2016

Below: Travel roads and scenery on the way from Alberta to British Columbia and Northern Lights RV Park.

very dusty travel roads welcome to British Columbia sign

The two RV Gypsies drove through Peace River Regional District, and Pounce Coupe, and other small towns to get to Northern Lights RV Park.

Peace River Regional District Welcome sign
Pouce Coupe welcome sign Pouce Coupe welcome sign
directional sign to Dawson Creek

Below: Northern Lights RV Park had 92 sites that were fully serviced with P/W/S (30 and 50 AMP), Wi-Fi, and TV. There were new bathrooms and laundry as well as a meeting facility for larger groups and caravans. "There is ZERO tolerance for partying in the park. No washing rigs. No parking or mats on grass. No oil changes. Bathrooms and laundry are in the building directly across form the office. No outside shoes are permitted in the building. Remove outdoor footwear in the designated mud area". (what?) - quote from their rule sheet. The two RV Gypsies were glad they do not need to use the campground bathrooms or laundry rooms.

Internet is for light surfing only and had a password. It was a bit slow on this date. TV hook-up was at the post and available channels were 2-13. Check-out time was 11 a.m.

Northern Lights RV Park sign
Northern Lights RV Park sign
Northern Lights RV Park laundry and shower building Lee Duquette entering Northern Lights RV Park office
Lee Duquette and the RV ;of the two RV  Gypsies the gravel sites

View from Northern Lights RV Park - photo taken around 10 p.m. at night. Still bright.

View from Northern Lights RV Park

There was a grocery store across the road from the campground, and a library 1/2 block to the left on the service road. The Signpost Forest is one-block to the right on the highway and a must-visit place.


Note: Comments made here do not make the campground good or bad in general. They are just the personal observations of the two RV Gypsies on a certain date.

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