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Parkcanada RV Park and Tenting, Delta, British Columbia

Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $35.00
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This was the only RV park in the area so I had stopped for the night despite the bad reviews that I had read. There are many permanent residents here with lots of old cars and various other items stored outside their trailers. The trailer behind us had his grey water valve permanently open. There is a mega mall being built next to this park, the construction for this only added to the noise from the highway. My guess is that this place will be closed soon. We camped at Parkcanada RV Park and Tenting in a Travel Trailer.

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Site Surface
Gravel

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Space Between Lots
Spacious
Sun & Foliage
Sunny Open

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Moondance Bay Resort, Lone Butte, British Columbia

Date of Stay: July, 2010 - $28.00
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Lovely, peaceful setting at the west end of Bridge Lake. Very clean, well kept grounds. Bathrooms are modern and immaculate. Boats and canoes can be rented. Only internet access is at the office. We camped at Moondance Bay Resort in a Travel Trailer.

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Holiday Park Resort, Kelowna, British Columbia

Date of Stay: July, 2010 - $70.00
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After paying top dollar for our site, we got the only one without any greenery. The guy next door had his TV outside his trailer so we got to listen to it all afternoon and evening, add this to the lack of shade, we spent most of the time away from our $70/per night site. The noise of the local air traffic only made matters worse. The only Wi-Fi available was at the rec. center. Pools and spa tubs were nice, but crowded during the day. Lake not for swimming. Friendly people, park dedicated to seniors with permanent trailers, but rent a site at your peril. Despite 2 foot high logo, no Good Sam Discount. We camped at Holiday Park Resort in a Travel Trailer.

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