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We camped here August long weekend and found it to be a great place to camp. The campsite had water and power sites that some of them backed on to the Kinbasket Lake. The staff were excellent and friendly, bathrooms and showers were clean, never...More
A huge thank you to Rick for a lovely weekend.
We had never been here before, and will be back at some stage next summer. A tip is to ask for campsite 7 then make sure you place your tent so that the door faces...More
What a beautiful spot on the lake! We have heard of this spot from friends who encouraged us to stay on our way through BC. Was aware of the drive down to the resort but the road is in a great shape even with all...More
Stayed at kinbasket for two nights this august, and there was absolutely no mention of the 5km trek down a dusty mountain road full of logging trucks. No mention that the trains were running all day and night. There was mention in the website of...More
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Response from Rick C, Owner at Kinbasket Lake ResortResponded 12 August 2017
Perhaps this guest did not read our site very well where we describe the environment here very well. The trains are stated on the front page and based on the number of returning customers every summer, (over 2,000) as the trains and trucks nearby may...More
We decided to stop here on our way out to Vernon, for a family reunion. We checked it out on line, and agreed it would be a good spot to stay.
The online advertising is very misleading!!
There is no mention of the 5 Km...More
2 Thank JOHN T
Response from Rick C, Owner at Kinbasket Lake ResortResponded 6 October 2017
When we say we are on a forest road - stated on the first page of the web site - one should assume its not the Trans Canada highway and yes logging trucks do use it as on most forest roads. As for the trains,...More
no body anywhere picks up sewage you have to go to a sani-dump. Firewood 10 bucks for a big wheel barrel full ( great deal ), Not sure about the motor boat but they have canoes, 50 k to golden , some basic supplies on site