Vancouver Island Rainbirds

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We've stayed here before and weren't impressed, but for a quick convenient two-night stop, thought we'd try again. We called several days early for a reservation. When we arrived, they had reserved the wrong dates for us, showing that we were three days early. Half an hour later, after sitting in a surly clerk's office while they found us another spot, we went back to our RV to wait for the parking staff to take us to the spot. When they did, it was still occupied so we had to wait on the street while they found us another one. Twenty minutes later, we were directed to a long pull through spot with a four-foot wide sidewalk beside it. This was our entire patio. If our neighbors had a slide on this side, my husband could have reached across and touched both rigs. No wifi, shaky cable, no landscaping at all (just gravel and the sidewalk) and ridiculously narrow sites. We walked over to the laundry and found that the card machine had a hand printed sign saying that the payment card machine was out of cards and we would have to trot over to the other laundry. Not what I think of when I hear "luxury RV park". Clearly the traveling RVer is not their target market. They want our money; they just don't seem to want our business. We won't be back.

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Nice quiet park, in December during a cold snap! Paved roads but sites are gravel. Major bonus is picking fresh oranges right outside your window in season. Lovely lodge clubhouse too.

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Watch for the new gravel in the RV campsites. New services have just been installed and the ground is still pretty soft. But otherwise, this place is fabulous. We'd come back in a heartbeat, next time we have to come to Phoenix.