Reservation and Cancellation Policy

Reservation Policy (Cancellations, Refunds, No Show)

Cancellation Policy

Chehalis River, Skwellepil Creek, Twenty Mile Bay, Weaver Lake, and Wood Lake:
Reservation Fees are non-refundable and non-transferable.
Camping fees only, are refundable up to 14 days prior to your arrival date.
No Refund will be provided less than 14 days prior to your arrival date.
Reservations are non-transferable.

Weaver Lake Group Site, Wolf Lake Group Site and Wood Lake Group Site:
Reservation Fees are non-refundable and non-transferable.
Camping fees only, are refundable on a pro-rated scale as outlined on our Fees and Discounts Page.
In order to allow for maximum use of our Group Site facilities, cancellation fees are now set to encourage the public to make any cancellations as soon as possible, so that others may reserve and use the unoccupied Group Sites.

Refunds

Refunds on regular sites are applicable only when a site is fully cancelled between 14 and 30 days prior to your arrival date.

There will be no refunds for reducing the number of nights reserved.

Due to Provincial Policies we no longer accept changes to your arrival date unless it is to arrive earlier and add additional nights.

Reservation Fees are non-refundable and non-transferable.

Once a Camping Permit is issued, it is non-refundable and non-transferable.

Refunds for Group Sites,  Camping fees only, are refundable on a pro-rated scale as outlined on our Fees and Discounts Page.

No Show Policy

All reservations are held until 10:00 pm of the day you are scheduled to check-in. If you do not arrive by 10:00 pm, the site is considered forfeited, and no refund will be provided and your campsite will no longer be available to you.

Vehicle Policy

Chehalis River, Skwellepil Creek, Twenty Mile Bay, Weaver Lake, and Wood Lake:
Your reservation camping fees, includes the first vehicle. Each additional vehicle is required to pay $15 per night upon arrival. CASH ONLY can be accepted on site at all of our campgrounds.

Vehicle Policy for Group Sites

Your reservation camping fees, includes the number of vehicles stated beside each campground below. Each additional vehicle is required to pay $15 per night upon arrival. CASH ONLY can be accepted on site at all of our campgrounds.
– Weaver Lake Group Site (includes the first 10 vehicles)
– Wolf Lake Group Site (includes the first 3 vehicles)
– Wood Lake Group Site (includes the first 6 vehicles)

Changes to Reservations

If you require a change to your campsite number or wish to add additional camping nights to a current reservation, a $7.00 Change Fee will be charged to the credit card on file, as well as any other camping fees that may be applicable.

The change fee will apply to Each change made to a current reservation. Multiple changes to a reservation will incur multiple change fees.

There will be no refunds for reducing the number of nights reserved.

Due to Provincial Policies we no longer accept changes to your arrival date unless it is to arrive earlier and add additional nights.

For a Single, Double or Triple Site, NO Changes can be made, 14 days or less, prior to your arrival date.

For any Group Site, NO Changes can be made, 30 days or less, prior to your arrival date.

To make a change to your reservation, please use the Contact Us Form to send us an email. Ensure you include all the necessary information required to make the changes for you. Any request for a change to your reservation will incur the Reservation Change Fee and it will automatically be charged to your credit card on file.

To avoid being charged this fee due to errors, please review all the details of your shopping cart, prior to checking out and submitting payment.

This fee will not be applied when cancelling a reservation. Cancellation fees will remain as outlined above.

Change fees are Non-Refundable.

Fees and Discounts

For information please see our Fees and Discounts Page Click HERE

  • Reservation Change Fee (New 2017)
  • New Rates for Group Site cancellations
  • No discounts will be provided on any reservation

 


Due to the increased client pressure to secure a campsite, clients are arriving or making a reservation days in advance of a busy weekend, erecting a tent/parking a trailer and leaving the property only to return for the weekend. Under Recreation Sites and Trails Rules, this does not constitute “Occupying the Site” and will no longer be allowed. This prevents people arriving during the week who want to camp.

Your site must be occupied. If you go to the store, for a drive or a walk, that is fine. You will no longer be allowed to arrive, erect a tent or leave a trailer and leave the property overnight. As well, you are not allowed to pay to hold a site for a friend. First come, first serve sites are exactly that. The first person to arrive that wants to occupy a site for camping purposes will get the site.

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