1 Park near Burnaby, British Columbia
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
Sep 2014 - $65.00
Although there are virtually no other choices near Vancouver, this park has some very bad features. As many said, the sites are tight and they are all right angles to the street so very tough to get into with a large motorhome or fiver. The sites are narrow enough and they plant and let grow wide rows of cedar/ficus type hedges. They could trim them narrower and not let them grow so far to the front of the space. Privacy is nice, but it is so tight you scrape them when parking and leaving and there is no room to sit outside your coach. The power is 30 amp, but not really. We tripped the breaker many times at around 20 amps. So had to be very careful what we had on together. I tried a different receptacle and same problem. Neighbors said same. We finally just ran our generator to use the micro wave to fix dinner. The Wi-Fi is a joke. Barely can log on and when you do, they say you get 4 hours free. That is 1/2 hour every 2 hours or 2 hours every 8 hours. If you want it continual, you pay $5 more. They charge $3 per day for cable. No room for a tow vehicle or towed. Have to park it in a lot nearby. The office staff was efficient, helpful and friendly. I understand the high price, due to location, but the amenities are poor and it is not worth it. - JoeVinnie