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Kootenay River RV
Resort & Campground
9110 Highway 93/95
Canal Flats, British Columbia
'250.349.8212
and Fire Valley 98 Restaurant
August 8-9, 2015

COMMENTS & PERSONAL OBSERVATIONS OF THE TWO RV GYPSIES. These comments do not make the campground / restaurant good or bad in general.

unhappy faceThe Woodall's Campground book said there was Wi-Fi here, but there was not. The lady at the office said the village disconnected the Wi-Fi. But even their business cards that were in the office said free Wi-Fi and that is why the two RV Gypsies chose this place. No TV either. TRAINS could be heard in the distance, but they were not too loud and not often.

The road was gravel. Sites were gravel with some grass. Sites were back-in, but were long enough for a big rig. There were service and non-service sites. The campground was not busy. The two RV Gypsies got 30 amp, water and sewer. The office was small. There was a small gas station in front of the office, and there was propane available for purchase. No pool or rec hall. Water pressure was good. This was a Good Sam Park.

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Kootenay River Campground Kootenay River Campground office
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Directly across the street from Kootenay River RV Resort, there was a restaurant called Fire Valley 98 Restaurant, 9105 Highway 93/95. It was diner style, and low-class diner food. Not worth the money in the opinion of the two RV Gypsies.

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