Liard Hot Springs Provincial Park | Established Campground

Canada

Details

Verified:
5 months ago
Altitude:
472.0 masl
Website:
None
Phone:
None

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
No
Water:
Non-Potable
Toilets:
Pit Toilets
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes
Sanitation Dump Station:
No

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A quarter-mile hike on boardwalk to beautiful hot springs. Admission to hot springs included in camping fee. $26 CAD or USD a night. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring. 50 sites plus a large gravel "overflow area" across the road for the same price. The main campground fills up quickly. Cards accepted as of May/2023.

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Nice campground. Dry camping use of generator is allowed 6-8 pm and 9-11 am. Hot spring usage fee is included with the campsite fee. $26.00 or $13.00 if you’re senior. No Sanidump but water at the entrance of the campground with a sign to boil water.

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Checking in to make a correction, there is no dump station here. The website says the water is hand pump only but they do have normal taps as well. Easy to get a spot in September.

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Visitor Sigrid probably means the Mould Creek campsite 2km up North. That's the one closed. This is the campsite attached to the hotsprings and is open. Nice and clean campsite like most of the Provincial Park sites. I arrived without reservation on a Sunday in august around 5pm, and at least 10 sites available.

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There are no showers and laundry also No Wifi. They are closed since 2022. the waitress gave us no Password although there was a good WiFi in the Restaurant. Don't Order fries, they are terrible!

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One of the nicest BC provincial campgrounds we’ve ever stayed in. Well kept and friendly staff. We drove up as FCFS and snagged site 19 for excellent solar and Starlink access. This is a more open site (our preference) and can be hot if there’s full sun.

Access to the hot springs is included in camping fee. We stayed 3 nights!

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What can you say that hasn't been said already. Sites 1-21, 43-53 are FCFS, 22-42 are by reservation. All reservable sites have a tag showing status and if available the total number of days listed as well. $26/nt cash, CCs taken with a $2 service fee.

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Pulled in before noon and secured Site#19. Many spots available, though rangers said the campground generally filled by 2PM. Added benefit was that the hot springs are part of the package. $26 Canadian. The steps and pool deck are tastefully blended into the natural pools. Water is very hot in parts. A stop not to be missed.

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Awesome stop. Very clean and lots of shade. Mosquitos were not around but the night was around freezing.

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The campground was full when I arrived, and they offered the overflow area across the road, it's just a big gravel parking lot right on the road with many RVs. I'm glad I checked the nearby wild camping sites as I found a gorgeous spot 19km west, right on the river and with hardly any highway noise.

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The hot Springs were really hot haha, stayed for 2 nights with a rv, paid 26$ each day Inc hot Springs. Highly recommend this place! no wifi, no tel service at all. and just 1 restaurant on the other side from te road, where you can't buy alcohol.

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Great territorial CG and hot springs, as already described. The sites are meticulously maintained and was a lovely place to stay. Also, the CG is surrounded by an electric fence to keep large critters out.

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Excellent campground to access the hot springs. We stayed two nights and found that it clears out early morning (8am) then tends to fill up again in the evening. Best to get here mid day if you don't want to be in the overflow.

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Main campground was full so had to use the overflow area, $26 seemed a little steep for this but glad it did at least include admission to the hot pools. Would stay again but only in the main campground area

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Go across the road to overflow camping. There is one pit toilet. It appears to be the first one in the 130ish miles southbound from Watson Lake.

Gravel lot right by the road, trees on the border. Some tent sites. Also fee based.

Main campground has a collector gate. We did not deal with pulling up to see if we could use the pit toilets, because we made the mistake of getting coffee in Watson Lake.

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26$ incl Hot Springs 7am to 10.30pm, very clean, fence around, saw a bear next to our place (19) on the other side of the fence, places are huge, with table and fire place, no cell service

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Great spot 53 camp sites, including 30 on first come first serve so be there early. The full by 1600 hrs.

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Came through here two weeks ago and had to park in overflow. On this visit we voluntarily used overflow because of mosquitoes. Hot springs absolutely beautiful setting and were not overcrowded on either visit. Definitely worth the $5 for admission. Campground is still $26 on premise as well as in overflow. Water needs to be boiled as per local staff.

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I still love this place..... this time the bugs loved us more then we could handle but we still stayed 2 days and soaked it all up..

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Perfect place to rest. Springs are unique, hot water up on pool have to mix.. Springs included to camping price 26cas, or separate 5cad per adult.

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Pulled in at 10 pm and was able to rent a site $26 CAD with a bumper pull camper. They were still manning the check in station. Not able to use the pool since it closed at 10:30 but it opens again at 7:00 am. Amenities are pit toilets, picnic tables, fire rings, & bear proof garbage cans. Plenty of other campers but still quiet.

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Nice camping with well separated sites. Hot springs are mellow and fantastic.

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Visited hot springs but did not stay overnight. The camping area is surrounded by an electrified fence for bear control.

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We stayed here for 2 nights. We really liked the camp sites and love the fact the hotsprings were just a short walk away. There are pit toilets that were not the cleanest.. The hot springs were like none other that we have been to so for that we highly recommend this place.

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Great campsite, very well taken care of and clean. We arrived at 1145am and there were plenty of spots but campground was full by 1230pm on Sat in August. Hotsprings were awesome. $26 for a spot, wood was $10. Ice sold across street.

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Stayed 2 nights. Expected it to be full but almost empty. Enjoyed hot springs. Nice and clean. Maintained well.

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We showed up around 9:45pm and the pools closed at 10, so we asked to use them the next day instead which worked fine, there were staff on until 11pm. It was $38 for 2 cars on one campsite (we didn't anticipate this since all the reviews said $26, which was only $6 more than the day rate to use the pools, but we had 2 cars and 4 people). If we did it again we would have parked somewhere else for the night for free and just paid the day rate. Nice campground though, surrounded by electric fence so you feel safer than other areas. There's potable water at the entrance, pit toilets, very nice hot springs of course, no showers. Staff are very friendly, there's a little gift shop at the entrance and firewood for $10. Hotsprings just opened up to non-BC residents so they didn't ask where we were from and there were no time slots, just a 40 person capacity. we went to the pools 10:30am-1pm on a Friday and there were max 10 people in the pools. Highly recommend the hot springs, maybe would consider sleeping somewhere else if you're on a budget and have more than 1 car 😊

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The off season is $16 per night including your day entry fee. No portable water at this time of the year. We arrived at 11am with only a few sites occupied, we noticed the camp started filling up around 3.30pm. Possibly one of the best places to stay next to hot springs in all of BC

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Big touristic place, big campground but was full when we arrived at 8pm. We parked at the overflow parking like lot of people. It's still 26$/night (even at the overflow parking), access to hot springs included. Day use only is 5$/person. Between 8pm and 8am there is nobody at the gate so we havent paid. Pretty noisy.

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Full at 7 pm but rv park is empty . Overflow lot too small for our home on wheels with toad can’t turn around . So rv park it is.

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Very clean campground, well managed, awesome hot spring pool. It's our first paid camping in years but well worth it with the US discount exchange rate (make sure to pay in Canadian dollars) at a total of $21 that includes hot spring soak.

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stayed for 2 nights, pre-booked. otherwise campground will be full before noon. super convenient to walk to hot springs, which is the most amazing place...we can't get over how great this hotspring was. very basic dry camping site.

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A wide area in the Provincial Park with 50 spacious and shady sites in an old forest. Fresh Water at the entrance. 700m to the Hot Springs. Entry fee is paid with the daily fare.

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Price stated by others is accurate. Had great privacy at our camping spot, but heard highway traffic. The hot spring is amazing!

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The hot springs were great. The price included camping and hot springs. Be sure and have Canada dollars. They only do 1:1 for US dollar. We got there at 10am and got a camp spot no problem. Good for one night. To many people.

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We got here just after 11am and there were 7 vacant sites left. All were taken by 12. Paid $26 for 2 adults and that included the $10 admission fee to the hot pool. Nice quiet sites, lots of separation and privacy. Pools are great with moose grazing on the boardwalk.

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16$ for the night (in winter) with hotsprings, the campground was kind of plowed, we had no problems with our RV. Hot springs are totally awesome

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$26 CAD or USD no exchange rate. gravel pads of different sizes to accommodate any vehicle. sign says tents must be on gravel not grass.

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The campground was full but they allowed camping in the overflow parking across the highway for $26 which includes admission to the Hotsprings. In the overflow there are pit toilets and some spots with fire rings

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great place! $26 for a campsite, which includes use of awesome hot springs.

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We arrived and the sign said "campground full" but we asked anyway and they let us camp in the overflow parking lot across the street. It was still $26 and included the hot spring. Well worth it! Beautiful and peaceful place!

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We stayed at the campground across the street ($26,25 unserviced, free showers, free wifi). we enjoyed free entree to the pools after 8pm.

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Beautiful campground. The hot springs are great!

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A quarter mile hike on board walk to beautiful hot springs. Admission to hot springs included in camping fee. $26 Canadian a night. Each site has picnic table and fire ring.

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