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Cedars Campground and RV Park

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Stayed here one night and used the full hookup. Didn't use any facilities but we were offered to use the free firewood. The people are very nice and warned us for the severe weather and mudslides. The campingspots are wide and offers enough privacy. Sanition could use a upgrade. Near the park are Beavers and a cool forest with a...

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Reviewed 4 September 2016 via mobile

Last night was our 4th or 5th stay over the years. Very nice campground nestled in a park. Sites are large and very private considering it is a privately owned business. Price is extremely reasonable for full hook up. We'll be back again.

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Thank Tanya B
Keremeos, Canada
Reviewed 25 August 2016

Just off the Trans Canada near Sicamous, we spent a most enjoyable week there. The campground has all the amenities, full hookups, decent WiFi, indoor pool and hot tub. Considerate and accommodating owner. Near trails in provincial park and other local attractions. The site are large in among the large mature trees providing great shade and can accommodate very large...

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Edmonton, Canada
Reviewed 23 August 2016

This campground is located 10 km or so east of Sicamous, BC, right off the Trans Canada Highway. It consists of numerous pull-through RV sites, all of reasonable size but not huge. Most sites are separated by trees so while not totally private you aren't right on top of your neighbours either. All sites are powered, and some have full...

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2Thank Mike N
Southampton, United Kingdom
Reviewed 16 August 2016 via mobile

This was a nice privately owned RV camping ground. It had a very relaxed feel and surrounding by nice countryside. As said this is not a luxury resort, but that is part of it's charm. The family owners were very helpful and welcoming. In the evening people were sat around their fires and the atmosphere was great. We would definitely...

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Thank Andy P
Reviewed 15 August 2016 via mobile

With a coat of white paint on the old, tired, dark wood (washrooms in particular) and a bit of maintenance, this place could be a gem! It is well treed and reasonably private- especially our beautiful non powered site. All the big RV's have power so no generator noise. The rustic play park and big field to play in were...

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1Thank NotesFromNorth
Reviewed 6 August 2016 via mobile

We had called seeing if there was a spot for us, the caretaker/owner. He happily told us we did and when we arrived he knew exactly who we were. For a private campground this is nicely treed with privacy for each spot. I'll be back when not so rushed. I'd gladly and will visit again.

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Thank Darin W
Edmonton, Canada
Reviewed 16 July 2016 via mobile

After a few nights in RV "parking lots" with giant lists of rules, it was refreshing to arrive at Cedars for a simple stay! Nice roomy sites and had a beautiful campfire with cedar firewood ($7 per bundle available at the store) The kids loved the indoor pool. Keep in mind this is not a 5-star resort so lower your...

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2Thank steadette
Reviewed 13 August 2015 via mobile

A pretty little campground with a very welcoming host. The buildings are a little old, but clean, which is most important to me. I loved the fact that the sites are all pull through. I would definitely recommend!

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2Thank Sharla J
Reviewed 2 August 2015

First, when we pulled in it looked a little run down but when we got to our campsite we were very surprised. The sites we're pull through which made it easy to set up. The sites were very flat and we got the camping experience we were looking for. It was a good centralized spot for the things we wanted...

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Address: 3499 Luoma Road | Malakwa, British Columbia, Canada
Region: Canada > British Columbia
Number of rooms: 3
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