Clearwater Lodge

Address: 331 Eden Road, Clearwater, British Columbia, V0E 1N0, Canada | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 331 Eden Road, Clearwater, is near Copper Point Golf Club.
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsClearwater Lodge

        Reviewed by ingen24

        Just very good price-quality

        Reviewed Aug 3, 2013
        by (12 reviews) 's-Hertogenbosch , Netherlands Flag of Netherlands

        Rooms are clean and neat. Every facility is available. The restaurant is the best in town (which normally is hardly a compliment in this case) and the staff is friendly. Breakfast is included in the price. Pool area and washing facility is very well maintained and clean.

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

        TripAdvisor Reviews Clearwater Lodge

        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
         

        Travel Blogs from Clearwater

        Spahats Falls

        A travel blog entry by linda.edwards on Sep 12, 2015

        2 comments, 4 photos

        After having breakfast in Jasper at Smitty we headed out towards Valemont and stopped at the Gathering Place our favorite coffee shop and grabbed some great coffee and the pups had a great run. Off we set for Clearwater and to stay at the KOA as we had enough points to get a free nights stay and I was going to use it up as we probably would not be joining the KOA membership next year. Yes I am cheap but it was a great stop as Greg and ...

        Into the woods

        A travel blog entry by burnsn on Sep 11, 2015

        4 photos

        ... a time zone change, gaining another hour as the temperature rose. Sadly we didn't see any caribou on the journey but we could compare our height to a moose at a visitor centre. I was about one year old. We did spot beaver dams and osprey nests perched precariously on dead trees of which there were many, due to the Beatle disease. Due to climate change, more Beatle larvae have survived, killing the trees and turning them ...

        The waterfalls park

        A travel blog entry by ljjohnson on Aug 20, 2015

        10 photos

        ... hotspot. Today after quickly setting up camp and doing a reconnoiter of Clearwater, I headed into Wells Gray Provincial Park. I wasn't planning on going in until tomorrow, but because the forecast is for overcast and rain all day tomorrow, I decided to go see as much as I could before the heavens opened. From my pictures you'll see a small sampling of why this park's nickname is "Waterfalls Park". It is home of ...

        Relaxing day

        A travel blog entry by jones2000 on Aug 08, 2015

        1 comment

        ... where you could also swim out. Some people were also fishing from boats in the lake and there were also some paddle boarders. It took the girls a while before they went in but then we couldn't get Libby out - as usual. I also decided to go for a dip- wow it was a bit chilly but I soon adjusted to it and suggested to Libby that we swim over to the pontoon. This was declined as Libby couldn't see the bottom - what is that all about? After lunch we saw some big black ...

        The beautiful North Thompson River Valley.

        A travel blog entry by redwing on Jun 16, 2015

        15 photos

        ... of the North Thompson River. So now we have camped on both the North and the South Thompson River. We take a walk down towards the river and gaze at the hidden power of the wide, rushing river. But no birds.The walk through the woods reveals WILD TIGER LILY beside the path.
        A DARK-EYED JUNCO peeps persistently in the bush beside our camper, a youngster begging from mom. A couple of BLACK-CAPPED CHICKADEES ...