GLACIER VIEW RV PARK

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GLACIER VIEW RV PARK is a RV Park in or near the town of Smithers. It is a super miniscule park with a listed 1 sites to park your coach. This park has pull thru sites for your convenience. If you are driving a very long camper, then you are in luck since there are some extra long pads. No need for a generator since the park has electric. The largest electric service is probably 30 amp. For the true RV experience – water hookups are provided – much better than camping in a tent! Adding to your RVing joy, make sure you bring your stinky slinky as there are sewer connections at the park. If you just cannot get away without a little taste of the internet – do not be alarmed – WiFi is at the park. You had better hope you have satellite if you are a TV Addict – no cable tv at this park. Go ahead and bring along little Rusty since this park is Animal Friendly. Not sure this is a good thing for a high class RV experience, but tent camping is allowed. If the days get hot, you can enjoy the shade trees that exist here. I am confident that the kind folks at GLACIER VIEW RV PARK would want you to give them a try if you are passing by Smithers.



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