the 'Ksan Village. The Village and museum is adjacent to the campground, offering guided tours of the long houses ($), a beautiful gift shop with Native Canadian gifts, and the museum (free). This is a wonderful place to spend the afternoon learning about the 'Ksan heritage and history in this region. Within walking distance via a riverfront trail, you will discover the Historic Hazelton district. This charming, well-maintained district holds the potential to be a bustling tourist attracting, however the lack of business and eateries leaves it as a ghost town. Within the campground you will find hookup and dry sites. Some dry sites are adjacent to the river, while others are provate and heavily wooded. Interior roads are paved, but most sites have grassy pads. All sites are level. Dry sites are more scenic and spacious. Excellent wi-fi is available to guests. My only problem with this place is the botched reservation I made months in advance for a full-hookup site for two nights. When we arrived, I was told that my reservation was for only one night the following night, and for a dry site, and oh, there were no hookup sites available due to a caravan. Let's just say I don't think that I messed up the reservation on my end and I fully believe that the caravan had priority and was favored by the park. As a result, I wouldn't stay here again. And, we only stayed one night; that strong wi-fi connection came in handy when researching where to go from here.
Best Sites: Dry Sites
Poor Sites: None
Hookups: Electric, Water & Sewer
Potable Water: Yes
Dump Within Facility: Yes