We have stayed at Kinbasket several times and have always enjoyed ourselves. Yes it's slightly rustic but that is part of it's charm. If you want ultramodern go stay in some of the campground in the Okanagon where some sites are so close to each other that you can't open your awning without intruding into the site next door. Rick is a great host and great person all around. Yes they have rules that must be followed, pretty standard stuff that you find at all campgrounds. For those who question Ricks people skills, I suggest you look at your own. We have stayed as a couple and as part of a large group and have always had a great time. The prices are fair and the service is great! Kudos Rick ( the hockey stories are a bonus, Where else can you meet a humble 5 time Stanley cup winner?) Those complaining about trains need a lesson in history and railroading, the tracks follow lakes, rivers and valleys all over the world and particularily in the mountains!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Kinbasket Lake Resort sits alone on a 240 kilometer long lake in the BC mountains. It consists of 7 self contained cabins, 45 serviced campsites, 8 unserviced campsites, boat launch, docking, and seasonal beach. Hot showers, flush toilets and sinks are available to all guests. It is a semi-rustic location meaning you are not glamping and you are not roughing it, and a great many of our customers refer to it as "paradise". Our clientele is mature adults and families and of the 3,500+ camp nights we host each season a great many are returning customers. A number of those were just bumps in mom's tummy the first year, I've seen them every year since, and now they are teens. And then there are some you will read from that have a different idea of camping than we do or different expectations and will never again be a customer. C'est la vie! ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Kinbasket Lake Hotel Beavermouth
- Kinbasket Lake Resort Beavermouth, Canada - British Columbia