Crazy Creek Resort, Revelstoke

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  • What a bunch of idiots... Avoid spending dollars here! The staff is always different people. Some are real weirdos!. Again it boils down to bad management. I complained and the public relations lady w...  more »
  • We have previously gone to other hot springs in the area and this time decided to stop at Crazy Creek while we were driving through. We were glad we did. It's a great way to break up a long day of dri...  more »
  • Because Yes, founder of the earliest location of waterfalls see 鍾, start building dream, so now you can see this residential area, there are hot springs, waterfall scenery, hiking trails, people who likes nature, here there lived 兩santian, explore the natural beauty.
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  • We stopped in at a slow time (5:00PM on a weekday) and had a lovely leisurely stroll around the creek. The bridge and viewing platforms are well maintained and offer spectacular views of this natural wonder. The hiking trail is not yet complete, but still worth a try as it provides an amazing view of the river below. I'm looking forward to seeing what developments are made in the future. As a note for potential campers, we noticed that the campground is dry and saw a few notices stating that staff would search campers' bags for alcohol. Because I would find this invasive, and also enjoy a tipple, I would not consider camping here.
  • Yesterday evening, we were quite disappointed to learn from a sign stuck on the store door, after committing & paying to camp here for four nights, that the hot pools (not a spring) were undergoing emergency repairs. I appreciate that this can happen, but there is not much to do here but visit the hot pools. We were also not able to speak to a clerk as we would have preferred a refund and just move on. Then at 12.30pm today, we arrived today to find the store and pools still closed with the same sign up. We finally found a worker, who could not tell us when the pools would open again or much more. He seemed to be flustered by our questions. Nonetheless, armed with our carefully preserved green arm bands showing that we had paid for use of the pools & to visit the suspension bridge, we decided to do the suspension bridge & waterfall walk, only to find the gate padlocked. We eventually found the same workman who, despite our armbands, asked for a receipt, showing we had paid for this excursion! Thankfully he did insist, but checked our file, and away we went to the suspension bridge & waterfall. This is quite spectacular. Some other things that make this not the most desirable campsite are: the power went off four times in the first two nights, for long stretches, which leaves the washrooms dark and the showers not functioning; the train runs close by about ten times a day, each sounding their horn for a long stretch (which is probably necessary, but still annoying); the washrooms are very average with just one stall and shower for quite a number of campsites (perhaps there are others); the national road is less than a hundred meters away, and it is noisy, all day & all night; and finally, at $47 a night (or less), we have experienced much better. All in all, we will probably not return, nor would we recommend Crazy Creek! Sorry guys, you can do better.
  • Felt it was a quite a bit overpriced for what you get. We booked one of the suites with kitchen. The pictures were deceiving as they made the place look much bigger then it actually was. The scenery was beautiful being surround by mountains but felt like the placement of the cabins (mobile home) were not great as it was right beside the busy highway and connected by a dirt road. There was also RV trailers parked right close to our place which didn't provide much privacy. However the staff were very friendly and accommodating and the hot pools were great.
  • Too close to the highway (noise) and trains (whistles all night). $16 for hot pools, $9 to see waterfalls and a bridge. Over sold, under delivered.
  • The price is high for what you actually get. The walk and falls were beautiful however $30 for a family of 4 to walk up take a couple pictures and come back is to much.

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