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Kentucky Alleyne Provincial Park

Highway 5A and Bates Road, Forest Grove, British Columbia V0E 2R0, Canada
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Camping visit of dreams!!!

This is the best camp ground!!! Animal friendly, staff are amazing, hikes are great and the views... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Sam P
via mobile
Very busy small campground

Despite the official website for this campground advertising moderate usage, this was a super busy... read more

Reviewed 29 August 2017
YuccaBC
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Penticton, Canada
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4 weeks ago
“Camping visit of dreams!!!”
28 Aug 2017
“Very busy small campground”
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Highway 5A and Bates Road, Forest Grove, British Columbia V0E 2R0, Canada
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This is the best camp ground!!! Animal friendly, staff are amazing, hikes are great and the views to die for. $18 a night , toilets and water ... bring firewood

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Reviewed 29 August 2017

Despite the official website for this campground advertising moderate usage, this was a super busy campground on a late August weekend. It was full early on a Friday evening and we had to double up on one large campsite as well as both groups having...More

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Reviewed 6 July 2017 via mobile

I spent one night camping here. The campgrounds themselves were nice, but the pad site was not friendly towards tents since it was gravel. I broke a stake trying to set up my tent and was uncomfortable trying to sleep on the gravel. Would not...More

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Reviewed 26 June 2016

The area and lakes are gourgeous. Campsights are not raked, firepits not cleaned out. The upkeep not great. Recycle was a metal garbage can that had a sign on it " refundable bottles and cans only". If you leave fire wood, they will pick it...More

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Reviewed 13 August 2015

This is a beautiful and peaceful park that has a very calm, serene feel. It is not crowded and it's laid out to offer more private spaces for RV or camping. It's not over crowded and most of the spots are strategically placed. The walk...More

1  Thank Mr J
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Reviewed 21 July 2015

We did a tenting camping road trip around BC and stopped at 8 different campgrounds. This was our favourite spot. The Lake is crystal clear, a very pretty blue with a nice little 4km trail around it. It is a smaller campground so nice and...More

1  Thank Natasha C
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Reviewed 16 September 2014

An incredibly nice and quiet Campground, which is definitely worth a visit. We arrived late in the day and saw an absolutely fantastic sunset. The site is a natural Campground, so there is only minimally with facilities - but have the space in a great...More

1  Thank JAF F
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It's both. The white stuff is a fine white sand made from naturally occurring seashells (something to do with glaciers). It's risky to walk in as it has the texture of mud and one can and will sink into the mud.
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