- Reviews: 233
Skagit Valley Provincial Park / Ross Lake Campgrou: Great Camping
We camped here in early July of 2015. It was our first camping trip with our new to us Boler Travel Trailer and it was the perfect way to break her in. We arrived in the afternoon and got a nice shady spot near our friends who were also camping there. This place has a lot of great camp sites right on the water, but even if you aren't directly on the water, you will be a short walk away. The pit toilets were pretty clean for what they were, but there was no hand sanitizer or anything near them - so be sure to bring your own, or some soap you can carry with you to the water pump afterwards.
It is also a pet friendly park, so we brought our two big dogs with us. Just make sure to keep them on a leash and clean up after them as well!
The Ross Lake campsite we stayed at it about an hours drive down a dirt road that has a lot of very fine dust that will be kicked up. Be prepared to wash your vehicle when you get home. If you have a trailer, you are best to tape off any cracks, doors, windows that the dust might get into... or you will have a big clean up to take care of when you arrive to your site or home!
My husband already wants to head back to this fabulous campsite with our little family!
The views from Ross Lake itself are fantastic. We did most of our swimming at the boat launch, even though it says no swimming. There were plenty of other people in that same spot. The lake does cross the international border with the United States, so be aware of this if you are putting a boat in the water.
The rangers were friendly, the cost reasonable, and it was a very quite campsite in the evenings, which was good for us with two small children.
- Reviews: 248
Maple Leaf Motel: ok for a night stopover
Reasonable rates with pool + sauna, clean rooms and just over road from quality inn,,
Its o.k. for a night,
Quiet, air conditioned, housekeeping and connecting units, queen and king beds, combination baths, DD phones, cable TV, Superchannel, complimentary coffee, licenced dining room, coffee shop, heated indoor pool, jacuzzi and sauna, Family Plan, off-season rates.
- Reviews: 2924
Swiss Chalets Motel: Nice and comfortable
A very nice accommodation in a nice town to begin The Gold Rush Trail along the Fraser River.
Double room: 81 $ (65 €) (August '06) Free parking.
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