1 Park near Burnaby, British Columbia
Oct 2015 - $33.00
This park was built in the 80's when rvs were not so large, not having slides. As such, the sites are on the smaller side and are rather narrow. The redeeming fact is that there are large cedar hedges between the sites, thus giving privacy to your site. Despite the age of the rv park, the sites are well maintained and the entire park is very clean park. Everything is in good working order. All sites are paved and level.
For amenities, there is an indoor pool, whirlpool, games room, small exercise room, and an on-site store that is well stocked. There is a large laundry room. The park only has 30 amp service.
This rv park is the closet one to downtown Vancouver. Public transit is easy to access. There is a Costco within walking distance and lots of shopping nearby. The park borders the Burnaby Lake Regional Park system which offers great walking trails and biking pathways.
There is no dedicated dog area, but this is not need given the proximity to the trail system that borders the rv park.
Note: the rate paid was the "winter rate". - pdq
Aug 2015 - $65.00
Further to what others have previously stated...this is really the only show in town for visiting Vancouver and suburbs. Having said that, the sites are tight, the access roads narrow, the trains are NOISY and to top it all off, the wifi sucks big-time.
For $65 Cdn a night, you would expect wifi that is available park-wide and stays connected. Forget the 30 mins every 2 hrs or 2 hrs every 8 hrs, this park's wifi is a joke!
I asked at the office where the strongest signal was - "on the sundeck" was the response "or "you could use the computer in the store." "Thanks", I said. I sat down to a 14" screen with USB stick in hand. Uh oh, no USB ports, but wait, there is a 3.5" floppy drive!! 217 sites @ $65 a night and they can't even provide a decent computer!!
We were here for a week. Next time, we will camp further out. This park is just too cramped and noisy and expensive. - DCM/JMB
Sep 2014 - $34.00
This park is in a good location for Vancouver, the sites are neat & tidy with nice hedges between sites for privacy but they are very tight & not suitable for a big rig. We have a 29 trailer & only just made it in on our own. The owners & staff are really helpful & will assist with their tractor if needed though. The playground & pool was great. WiFi was OK depending on the time of day. This is better for the weekly stays, not suitable for 1 night with the effort needed to get into each site. We would stay again though. - RRIJB