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$10 per RV site with electricity hook up. Shower $5/person. Convinience store nearby.
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In new ownership since fall 2021, no longer accepting campers. Small grocery store only.Report Check-In
no camping... a store, propane, ice, etc...Report Check-In
Under new ownership since fall of 2021. The new owner, Dan, is running it as a store for now; he says he hasn’t decided yet what he’ll offer in future. For now, the bus isn’t available as a bunk room and he isn’t sure about tent camping or RVs. Best to check before you plan to stay there.Report Check-In
Free dry camping behind the store. The shower is 5 USD and hot. The owner offered coffee in the morning and let us use the wifi. To thank him we bought some things in the store.Report Check-In
We stopped here for a night and stayed in jay and deb’s old bus that has been converted into a bunkhouse for FREE. WiFi, electric, a stove and a woodburner inside. We watched some salmon swimming up the creek that runs alongside the grocery store they also own. We enjoyed free coffee in the morning whilst listening to their awesome stories. We made sure to buy some groceries before we left as a thanks. Would highly recommend stopping by.Report Check-In
Nicest couple owns this gem. Great place for groceries, FREE coffee, showers are $5, camp on their land for FREE, and if you want electric hookup, it’s just $10. They even have an old school bus that they’ve converted to a bunkhouse that’s also FREE! Even has a wood stove :) Just be sure and buy some food, bevs, and it liquor from Jay & Debb. And do stop in for a chat - they’ve got great stories!Report Check-In
excellent, hot showers, laundry, propane refills & small store. Good internet & free dry campingReport Check-In
Great old family! Sleeping here is for free. If you want to use electric it’s possible for a 10 dollar fee (electric is expensive in the area). They even let you use their wifi for free and in the morning you can get a cup of coffee in the store. An amazing hospitality! To thank them we bought a lot of stuff in the store, please consider doing this as well.Report Check-In
$10 per RV site with electricity hook up. Shower $5/person. Convinience store nearby.Report Check-In