38 Parks near Aldergrove, British Columbia
Sep 2015 - $32.00
We had one of the few pull-through sites in this park. It was a paved level site with a patio and table. The utilities worked well as did the Wi-Fi and cable. It was easy to get to and fairly easy to get around in the park even with our 40' motorhome. We did see a couple of people struggle to get into their back-in site because of all the vehicles parked in the road. The host is friendly as were our neighbors. We would stay here again. - dandg
Oct 2013 - $34.00
Good spot for an overnight stop before crossing the border into the US at the Alderbrook crossing. Easy in/out off highway 13. Manager and staff were very friendly and thorough. Showed us to our site and even offered to help with hook-ups. Water connection was underground to protect from freezing. We had a back-in because there are only a very few pull-throughs - if you can call them that. They require a very tight turn to get out. It is best to back out! A tidy park. Spaces are a bit tight, but we managed. We didn't use the facilities, and our main frustration was the totally unreliable Wi-Fi. It constantly disconnected, going from strength 4 to zero, then reconnected for no apparent reason. - wfgk
May 2013 - $32.00
Fair paved park roads. Some sites had crumbling pavement, although some others had been repaved. Our site was a good paved back-in, but not very level. All utilities worked, but power pedestal was low to the ground. Good cable TV. Wi-Fi had a strong signal, but very little bandwidth for anything other than e-mail and browsing. Friendly office staff. I would return to this park as it is in a good location for visiting our relatives and has good value. - Onemoretrail
Jul 2016 - $39.00
Received a very warm greeting. When I asked if our pre-assigned site was satellite friendly, our site was immediately changed so we could get reception (west side of CG.) The sites are level and privacy is assured by a wall of trees on each side. A couple of quirks in that the power connection is way up front on sites and you can't get away from the noise of Highway 1. - Rd yacht
Jun 2016 - $50.00
The park is located no more than 100 meters from Hwy #1. Constant roar of traffic present. The dreaded "cable box" is necessary to hook up to get your TV. Once hooked, TV selection is dismal. This close to Vancouver, surely a better selection of channels could be arranged. Could not get wi fi on Samsung tab, so had to set up the laptop. Sites are quite private, but power post is located at very front of site, making it awkward to hook up 30 amp cord. Very nice pool and hot tub. Reception lady quite pleasant. No access to any nature trails or paths to walk pets. - flugelboneman
May 2016 - $45.00
We chose this Park based on recommendation of other reviewers of this website. The interior roads are paved and large enough to maneuver the RV with ease. Nicely kept hedges separate the sites. RV park is close enough to Vancouver that you can make a day trip or two. Shopping is also close. The pool and hot tub were good. Laundry is clean. Front desk staff very friendly and accommodating. Park is well laid out and maintained. Even have a metal recycle bin for used mini LPG bottles. We'd stay here again. - MattfromAB
Mar 2014 - $32.00
We ended up here out of desperation when another nearby place somehow ended up with no space when some other campers decided to not try the Coquihalla due to a late season snowstorm. The owner of this place took us without reservations and he was friendly and welcoming and he liked our dogs. (Another nearby place agreed to take us until they found out about the dogs.) He helped us back in, in a professional and patient way. My initial impression of the park was not positive in spite of the nice owner. It's a small RV park next to a mobile home park with several full time residents and some rather dumpy looking RVs likely unfit for road travel. However the longer we stayed (and we were here for a week) the better I liked it. The Wifi was great. The cable good. In spite of being right off the highway, we had very little traffic noise. When the clouds lift, there is a nice view of the mountains to the north. We went walking in nearby William's Park (2.3 km away). The area around is small farms and acreages and we also walked our dogs nearby and it was a nice setting. The long time residents keep to themselves and were no trouble at all. I suspect the nice owner is very picky about who gets to live here. He was around but never intrusive. Our lot was short and wide so we had to unhitch. Our 28 foot travel trailer fit nicely unhitched and there was room to spare for the truck beside us. There was lots of nice grass and the lot was level. The washroom was not yet open but the laundry was immaculate. The yard was well kept, lawns mowed. It may not be the prettiest place to camp but its well run and everything is kept up. It's a good spot for a break. Yes, we will stay again if we're in them area. - Judy Birchland
Oct 2007 - $22.00
We camped here on the last day of the season for transients. Owner offered to open up the washrooms for us, but we didn't need them. Cable TV had many channels, but a lot of flickering on the TV made it annoying to watch. This is an older park, but kept clean. Close to freeway, but only heard the occasional train in the distance. Site was level. Electricity 15 amp. Hard to attach water filter as tap below ground level. For a night stay still okay. - Onemoretrail
Aug 2016 - $50.00
A big park with lots of sites, a pond, a pool. Park was clean, well-maintained and check-in quick. Tons of amenities: ideal for families and reunions. Average camp-store. Place was packed when we arrived Aug 13th, Saturday. The roads are very narrow, parking ok and there's lots of trees to avoid when parking. Kids were everywhere, especially on the roads: watch out for them while driving. Our site was on a pond that was weed filled and loaded with ducks/geese. The park was noisy and crowded: kind of Washington State's version of a red-neck Riviera. Only stayed the night: glad to be moving on. - Owlet
Jul 2016 - $55.00
We generally like KOA sites as we have young children and they like playgrounds and to make friends on a weekend. The kids did well but there were lots of partying people at campsites with loud music whch ruined the time at the site for adults. Whoever decided outdoor speakers on RV's was a good idea had no idea what damage it would do to a community of campers when the minoirty can impose their DJ skills on the majority. At least there were no permanent campers living at the site and aside from dog dirt left unpicked up in the nearby field, it was well manicured. - RV Bell's
May 2016 - $48.00
Well shaded spaces were wide enough, no satellite in pull-throughs, well-groomed landscape, pond, good for children, welcoming host. Mother's day weekend was crowded with families, but noise was not a problem. Wi-fi was adequate. Like many KOA's a little too pricey for the value received. - Pawticket
Jul 2016 - $38.00
We loved this cg. We were cordially greeted and checked in at the front gate office. You go through an electric gate whick opens using a magcard that they provide during your stay.
Our gravel pad was slightly uneven, but surrounded by a wide expanse of grass. Most other sites look fairly level. This was a very wide pull-through site with almost constant shade at one end and open sun at the other. We did not have to unhitch but chose to do so.
The dirt interior roads are fairly smooth and the grounds are easy to navigate. Lots of tall trees. Feels very open and more like a state park.
Very family oriented, with playground and pool packed with kids. At least one large group site was noted. There is a separate small store with limited supplies, hot or cold foods, wood, and shirts for sale.
We heard some distant train noise with horn blasts during the day, but slept with our fan on to avoid being disturbed at night.
This cg is wonderful and their prices are very reasonable. Although downtown Vancouver is a 45-50 min drive from here, this is where I will stay if I come back to the Vancouver metro area. - phann
Sep 2015 - $28.00
Close to the village with nice walking trails and well maintained facilities. Better if you like trains as they come through the village and sound horns during the night. Very secure site, good choice for local restaurants, historical attractions. - Madram
Jul 2015 - $45.00
This was a return visit for us. The sites are gravel, some more treed and separate than others. Lots of cottonwood trees, so not good for the allergy-prone in season. Right on the Fraser River, but separated by a gated fence. Beach access depends on height of river. Walking distance to downtown Fort Langley with lots of good restaurants and shopping. Basic kids' playground; hayride and kids' activities are nice. Had to pick up a some litter and garbage at our site on arrival. Lots of trains travelling through. Pool is small and can get a bit murky looking. Not a deluxe place, but comfortable. - mlbw
Jun 2016 - $48.00
Nice park with a clean pool. There are a lot of permanent sites and the people are friendly. Although quiet time is supposed to be enforced at 11:00 it may not be so. We will return, but will bring earplugs next time. - Wifiechin
Aug 2015 - $48.00
This is a mobile home park. Complete with weird characters smoking everywhere and a smell of sewage. The 'campground' is just a few sites between permanent residents and feels as lovely as the inner city. We would come back if the location suited a need but not for recreation. - RV Bell's
Jul 2011 - $41.00
The staff was friendly. I would refer to the river as a brook, although I understand it can flood. Site 127 was excellent! Level, well maintained, with older trees which provided lots of shade, and the babbling brook. It is very family oriented, but quiet after 9 PM until 9 AM. It was a very pleasant experience for us. Possible Drawbacks: Electric and water only at sites, which was fine with us (class B). Dumping station provided. While I did not search the whole park, it did not look as if Class A folks or larger TT would have an easy time of getting in and out due to road configuration. - JDRobar
Aug 2016 - $34.00
The park has a pool and playground for kids which we didn't use but it's available. Level sites. Wifi was decent. The rate includes the tax. Proximity to Bellingham and Mt Baker was good. They don't have any information on Bellingham or Mt. Baker, so you have to gather that on your own in town. - Junia
Jul 2016 - $34.00
Nice campground. Does use side by side hookups. Most sites are level. Most are pull through. - Vagabonds_41
Sep 2015 - $34.00
The campsite is close for shopping. During our stay the washrooms in 4 days were cleaned once and campground only had about 12 RVs. The washrooms also being used by people that live in the park at the back. The toilet was plugged Saturday and still not fixed on Monday. They also cut the grass after you get set up so not much room to do anything. - Travelling vagabonds
Jul 2016 - $25.00
Located in a large farming valley just west of Mt Baker. Took a lovely afternoon car ride up to the north side of Mt Baker: ends at 5000' with rest of the 10000' Mt and surrounding peaks to view.
Very helpful manager with lots of info. Wifi only near office. Nicest spot was patio table just outside the office in the shade of the firs. Many surrounding fields of corn; occasional whiff of dairy farm; trains run only in day time.
Used the RV park as my hub to take car north over ferry to Vancouver island to explore, then back a day before start of trip to Jasper. - Charlif
Jul 2012 - $25.00
Park has very few sites available for travelers. Most sites taken up by "permanent campers." Appears that only the visiting campers abide by the pet rules, keeping their dogs on a leash, and cleaning up after them. We had to clean our site of dog waste from big dogs before we could allow our dog out of the RV! No one was available at the office to collect or answer questions. Had to fill out our own pay form (no receipt) and use a drop box. Wouldn't recommend it to anyone. - drrv
Jun 2012 - $25.00
The best thing about this park was it's relation to the Canada border. We stayed here to make it convenient to go back and forth to Canada, and it worked for that. There is also a nice city sports park that connects to it that is well maintained and a good place to walk your pets. It's a good thing, too, because many of the dogs that belong to the many permanent residents are pits or pit mixes and not too friendly. The sites are gravel and grass, and you are mixed in with the permanent residents. I have never seen so much duct tape and blue tarps in one campground. We stayed for two days, and twice some of the permanent residents got into fist fights/ yelling/ cursing matches. It never felt safe or secure, and we never did see any management. One of the ram shackle trailers had a manager sign on it, but no one ever came around. You register with an envelope and drop it in a slot. And to top it off, the park is also surrounded by large lots of dairy cows. So the aroma of cow manure is a constant companion. I will not stay here again. - SargeW
Jun 2015 - $26.00
We have spent many days camping last year and a few days this year. Edge Bar Campground is a very nice, mostly clean and quiet campground. There are no services except for the staff who are very friendly. Gravel Pads and roads. The lots can accommodate large RVs but no pull-through sites and not all sites are large. We have a 25 ft trailer and we only thought we couldn't fit into one spot. When sunny during the summer months can get a little warm as you are open and right on the river, your own little fishing spot. We enjoy the tranquility of watching the tug boats go by and listen for the train passing on the other side of the river. A very nice place to relax and unwind. - RV Spot Finder
Apr 2014 - $22.00
A small non-hookup campground located on the banks of the Fraser River near Ft. Langley, BC. It does not accept reservations and is very popular during the salmon fishing season. The campsite is clean and well-maintained - including the pit toilets. There are lots of walking and biking trails nearby including a large, off-leash area for dogs. Sites are quite large with picnic tables and fire pits and are situated right beside the Fraser River. The historic town of Ft. Langley is about 15 minutes away by car. Across the Fraser River, trains do run but while you can hear them, they are not loud or annoying. There is also a considerable amount of "river traffic" going up and down the Fraser - mainly tugboats towing barges and logs. Seniors get a small discount and the park is open from March to October. - RTA