“Nice Secluded Thousand Trails by the River”
While we traveled our way to the Alaskan/Candian Highway (ALCAN) in Dawson Creek, British Columbia, we stayed overnight at a few nice spots which included Cultus Lake Thousand Trails in Lindell Beach, British Columbia.
You can find all of our Campground Reviews here on our 2019 Campground Reviews page along with a map of the places we have stayed.
Cultus Lake Thousand Trails, British Columbia
Cultus LakeThousand Trails we really liked and wished we could have enjoyed a bit longer. We arrived the Friday of Memorial Day weekend and found the perfect spot, nice wide site, in a clean campground that was quiet and peaceful.
This nice wooded campground is right by the river and close to Cultus Lake. This Thousand Trails campground has both full and partial hookup sites. We stayed 1 night while passing through on our way north.
Some of their amenities include a pool, laundry, workout room, restrooms, showers and pet station. We loved the cozy feel of this park, set right in the pine trees. Cell service was iffy in the park.
Would we stay again?
We will definitely stay Cultus Lake Thousand Trails again when in the area. We would love to go back and spend a couple of weeks exploring the area.
Nightly Cost: Free – We are members of Thousand Trails (Affiliate Link)
Days Stayed: 1
Hookups: Full/Partial Hookups available
Pad Type: Gravel
Pets: Allowed on Leash
GPS: 49.03594, -122.01638
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