Went for the "maiden voyage" to Hope BC with Lightning. Poked around some and thought some might want to hear the current conditions there.
Went to Wild Rose Campground (just past the old Husky on the flats), mostly at the recommendation of my S&B neighbours, who love it for their monster 40' Class A.
tl;dr version: awesome camp ground.
I went during winter season, so there was limited choices in camping sites, at least with services. The small row I was in had been winterized (insulation on the current bush), and is apparently the big rig pull throughs. After repositioning away from tree roots, the site was level enough to not need blocks. They do have some tenting/partial hook up sites as well.
This campground has limited services (ie, small playground -- swing set, horse shoe pit and thats about it) but laundry and full washroom/showers. These were initially closed when I got there, but opened for summer use the day I was leaving. Clean and warm facilities. There is at least one train track close to the road, and sure enough the trains they be a runnin'. First night I heard just about every rail car go thundering past, but after the 4th night, I hardly noticed/lost sleep at all.
Hope had an ice storm recently (six weeks ago??) that caused some localized ice related damage, namely in the form of falling branches. Wildrose had already cleared out their debris and were basically on to the spring clean up. Which was atypical of the other area campgrounds' efforts.
I would like to try the other CG's in the area (especially the community owned one) but I will keep Wildrose on my list of go-to's.