1 Park near Burnaby, British Columbia
May 2016 - $38.00
Very clean park. Great city access, 20 minute drive to Vancouver. Staff is very friendly and knowledgable about locations, routes, etc. and helped arrange tours. They are one of the few RV parks where a day tour to Victoria/Butchart Gardens picks up at the park office, most only pick up at downtown Vancouver hotels. Spaces -- all are back-in -- are landscaped with high hedges between each site for privacy. Sites are concrete and relatively flat. Ours had a concrete pad wide enough to house 40-ft motorhome with 2 slides and tow vehicle so nothing was hanging out in the streets. RVs may be rinsed off at site, and they have a pay-to-wash station on park premises.
Yes, typical RV park, poor Tengo WiFi, low water pressure, 30 amp, train track at back; however, we had a delightful stay here and would recommend and come back. - DebGA
May 2016 - $62.00
Expensive but we are close to Vancouver! Tight sites but the campground itself is meticulously maintained. The facilities are excellent plus a well stocked store for the things you need. Super helpful staff! - Ali G
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