This has been the best value stay we had. All facilities were good. Very friendly. I would stay here again without question. Toilets were average, and it is some distance from shops and facilities; they did have good supplies here though, even marshmallows for the fire pits they provide. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Lovely site right next to a river (some pitches overlook river itself). Right next to main road but as it's below the road it doesn't seem to get very noisy. Friendly, efficient & helpful owners with well stocked shop. Pitches well laid out with fire pits and some pull through sites. Showers & toilets clean but very old and rough round the edges. Very little near to the site so very little to see other than walks. You can go panning for gold ion the river for a mere $3. Recommended. (Note: at time of our visit site was up for sale so ownership may have changed). We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very well looked after campground, very nice owners. A pity they want to sell, if you are interested: it is a good place and a beautiful spot on the river. Sites are a little bit small but the pull-throughs are long enough. Near the main road but no noise at night. Beautiful flowers everywhere. We camped here in a Motorhome.
What a great RV park! The owners are the nicest folks you would ever hope to meet and their hard work and dedication has made Gold Mountain a beautiful park. The grounds are immaculate and manicured and the utilities and facilities are clean and in perfect working order. We extended our stay a day and would like to have stayed longer. We love this area and this is definitely THE place to stay. We'll be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very friendly and helpful hosts/owners. Well treed, maintained and clean sites with fire rings. About five or six TV stations available on local within park broadcast system (use your rig antenna). Full service sites are located in upper part of park and water/electric sites along riverside sites. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I am biased when it comes to Gold Mountain RV Park. We have travelled across to Saskatchewan and back a couple times in our tent trailer and recently in our new travel trailer. We have visited quite a few, very nice RV parks, but we will always consider Gold Mountain RV our favorite Park. They have fantastic hosts: friendly, helpful and willing to help you whatever the request. Upon arrival they will even guide you into your spot. Where else do you get this service? The park is clean, all grassed sites (except for the trailer pads), with plenty of room, clean washrooms and facilities. We have recommended this park to quite a few friends and family, and they have all commented how much they love this park. We have already booked all the long weekends for summer 2010. Once you've been to this small, well maintained "fantastic Gold mine" of an RV park you will not want to go anywhere else. Hat's off! We are here so often we consider them a part of our family. I give it "excellent" in every respect. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
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Small park with nice helpful owners. After a long trip it was best place we stayed at and a good way to end it. It is close to fruit stands in the Keremeos and close to Princeton. The only minor downside is the showers are hard to use for some. Good wheelchair accessibility. Will definitely be back! We camped here in a Truck Camper.
Fabulous RV Park - and WOW - at $22 it's got to be the best value I've ever experienced. That's cheaper than a BC Provincial Park with NO hook-ups! The location is great - right off the highway - not too far from Princeton, Keremeos or Penticton for any day trip. It's a very pretty park - right beside the Similkameen River - great for fishing, swimming, tubing, panning for gold - whatever! It was quiet at night with the exception of those sites closer to the highway (a bigger warning to our tenting friends on this note). The sites down by the river are great - and even the cabins looked awesome. Lots of grass and shade. Best of all, the hosts are THE BEST! They escort you to your site and help you back in. They were so nice and hospitable. We will be back next year! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Wonderful little park. Great hosts. Very clean sites. Bathrooms bit old, but nice and clean. Be sure to take the Mascot Gold Mine tour (morning is best to beat the heat of the day). We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very beautiful campground on the river. Very well maintained grounds. Hosts are very friendly and helpful. A putting green, oversized chess set, fishing, tubing, swimming are just a few of the activities available. Washrooms and showers are spotless. We will definitely be going back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A very nice park with river access. Facilities were very clean and the park is well looked after. We would certainly stay there again. When we made our reservation on line they phoned to confirm, which I thought was a very nice touch. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Friendly and helpful owners. Super clean site, well located on the river with good swimming and decent fishing. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
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Staff (owners) are very friendly & helpful. Small, well cared for park beside the Similkameen River. Some sites are a little tight, many large fir and pine trees on the property. Nice sandy area beside the river. Motel attached to the park. Washrooms & laundry are very clean. Weak Wi-Fi, limited cable TV. We will stay here again. Good Sam rate $23.40 We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We had a large work function for the weekend. The owners were very accommodating and extremely friendly. Everyone enjoyed themselves from all ages groups, kids to adults. For the large group we had, it was nice to be able to camp all together instead of in individual sites (although the option is available here). Clean, and well managed. Bonus is having flushing toilets while still being able to "rough it". The grounds were great with green grass and the river close by. Would highly recommend, will be back for sure but with more people next time. We camped here in a Tent.
This is a new campground with small trees just planted. Approx 100 meters down a gravel road to large grassy sites along the Similkameen river. Far enough away from the highway to be quiet. Fire pits and tables at most sites. Self registration. Very friendly owners came around to help us with our questions. We will be back again with my fishing rod. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.