26 Parks near Burnaby, British Columbia
Aug 2016 - $66.00
The sites are far too small. Our unit barely fit into the space they provided and apparently it's one of the better ones to get into. The slides were up against the hedge on one side and when you walked out the trailer door you were practically standing on the concrete table (which couldn't be moved). The concrete trailer slab was great until we realized how slanted it was!!! To level it, the wheels on one side were off the ground.
Staff was not very friendly and we were directed the wrong way around to most easily back into our site.
The space for parking the tow vehicle was on the opposite side of the concrete picnic table leaving very little room to sit outside. - Cathyhew
Jul 2016 - $69.00
Price paid was in CAD and included an up-charge for rig over 32'.
Sites are tight, tight, tight and access roads are narrow, I had a privacy hedge on 1 side and an access walkway on the other. Services (power, water, sewer) are at back end of sites; I needed 2 water hoses and 2 sewer lengths to reach them.
Parking for tow vehicles was 100 yds away, inconvenient.
Campground is near both a railroad track as well as Sky-train so you'll hear them all the time.
Large city park within 400 meters - good pet walk area as well.
Lots of amenities (pool, hot-tub, exercise room, lounge, etc) but park is family friendly so you'll have to deal with lots of youngsters in pool and spa.
Vancouver Island tours pickup at front (6:30AM), which was convenient. They offer pet walking for $10 CAD while on tour.
Location is convenient to malls and Sky-train station. - daviputnam
Jul 2016 - $66.00
You'll get great practice backing into tight sites. Had to unhook and park in lot 100 yds away - satisfactory but not convenient. Large hedges partially separate sites, but at rear, you are right in other campers 'personal space'. Overall, cg is very pleasant and clean.
Cable tv not avail at this site. Claimed we didnt order it but offered another site (for extra ctv fee) after we had already set up. No thanks!
Trains passed night and day. Our site was further away but others are near tracks. Run your AC, fan or white noise to sleep better.
Busy cg, lots of families. Store/office offers basic food, treats and supplies.
Internet access via TengoInternet is free with options that limit you to certain periods per 24 hrs, otherwise pay for expanded availability. Signal was weak and very sporadic at our site.
Never-the-less, compared to some of the other campgrounds I've visited in the Vancouver metro area, this is one of the nicest. We would stay again. - phann
Sep 2009 - $45.00
We stayed at this campground a couple of years ago and found it acceptable and the management to be friendly. We stayed there a couple of weeks ago and left after one night as there is new management that is very rude and the campground seemed to be a lot more dumpy then before. When we arrived in the afternoon we couldn't find anyone to check us in so we called their number and the lady that answered made it seem like we were bothering her while she was doing something. We waited almost 30 minutes at their front entrance for a guy to check us in. - AllegroBusGuy
Aug 2009 - $45.00
We chose this campground because of its close proximity to Vancouver and the price seemed reasonable as per RVpark reviews website. This park is not at all suitable for a short visit as it is very difficult to access. It is situated high up on the surrounding mountains above Port Moody and is accessed through residential areas. This park would be more suitable as a destination park as it has a pretty lake within walking distance. Unfortunately the management was very rude and never available. The only way to access them was by calling on a cell phone and then they made you feel as if you were being intrusive, even if you wanted to pay for another night. The cost per night was $45 inclusive of tax and $5 surcharge for 50 amp. There was an additional $1 charge for using the showers. We ended up cutting short our visit to Vancouver because of the overall bad experiance and we will certainly never come back again. - bluetrain
Apr 2009 - $25.00
This is one of the few parks that are really working on upgrading the facilities. New office and recreation hall being finished and loads of landscaping going in. This used to be a pretty rundown park but the owners and management are really trying. Close to a Provincial day use park so weekend traffic can be a challenge but a beautiful ( only electric motors) lake is within walking distance. Sites are back in but easliy accessible. Good width for slides and awnings. Electric power is mainly 30 amp but there are some 50 amp sites.The 30 amps seems a bit weak at times. Lots of shade and privacy. Animals are not always on leash which could be a problem when the park gets busy in the summer. We will stay most of this summer. - Recently Retired05
Jul 2016 - $35.00
This place needs a lot of work. Badly sloped spaces on grass making it difficult to get level. 30 amp breaker kept popping. We had to share a water hose with 6 other RVs. Wi-Fi only at the office. Lots of freeway noise, lots of dust. A lot of full timers in dilapidated motor homes. - Cabodog
Jul 2016 - $45.00
Close proximity to Vancouver is it's ONLY positive attribute. We had 7 RV's connected to a single hose bib, sites are nowhere near level and my 30A breaker kept tripping. Wifi is only available if you sit outside the office with the smoking staff. And whatever you do, don't ask tourist related questions....you'll be told to Google it. - PeterT
May 2016 - $30.00
Nice sites with good tree coverage, nice clean bathrooms with free showers. We really loved the heated pool. We have been camping here every summer and have had all good experiences. We only had one problem with noisy neighbours, but the manager refunded us for the night and we have had no other problems. It is generally quiet, and the sites are nice and shaded. The pool is the best part. You don't hear much noise from the highway. Great with kids, playground, pool and close to the city in case you need anything from the store, etc. Nice open grounds to play in grassy areas. Staff very friendly and helpful. - familycamper4
Aug 2011 - $34.00
This is an older mobile home park with some permanent RVs they have also have short term/overnight spots with full hookups. It is located in a city area with a park close by, bus to downtown and sight seeing stops at the front gate. There is no pool or playground or activity center but if you want a secure place to stay while visiting the Vancouver area this will work. There were a dozen rental RVs that were either starting or finishing their trips as it is close to one of the rental outlets. This is not a fancy place but it is in a good location. We were out most of the time and just came back to the park for evenings. - dakegro
Jul 2016 - $49.00
Other than it's location, there is very little to recommend this RV park. The sites are extremely close together and not very level. Many of the residents appear to be seasonal or full-timers with an abundance of junk in the campground: abandoned trailers, boards, rusted equipment, outbuildings in disrepair, and overflowing trash in the dumpsters. The office area was similar to the campground. I didn't notice any maintenance workers working on the campsites, shrubs, potholes, and low lying tree limbs extending over one of the roads (scraped us on the way out). On the plus side, the internet was very good. - JCJ1
Jul 2016 - $36.00
Most sites are not level, but are private (evergreens between each site). Since all pull throughs are on a 90 degree angle to the road, larger units have a tough time getting in. The store has little in it. Interior roads are paved and good. - ta96silver
May 2016 - $30.00
We liked the open area for tenting, but it was far from the washrooms and the pool was very cold. Spacious, grass lot. - familycamper4
Jul 2016 - $63.00
We received a warm welcome, even though we arrived an hour early. The advantage of this RV campground is that it is close to Stanley Park and central Vancouver, just over the Lions Gate Bridge. Other than that, the campgound is overall Ok, but not great.
The grounds and many sites seem old but the office, laundry and rec. room are quite nice. The pool looked nice too and people were using it. There are a smattering of long term sites, some of which need some TLC but we had no issues with them.
We did not notice the traffic noise at our site. There are numerous tent sites on the eastern loop. The RV sites are narrow and my truck had to go into the grass a bit to back the trailer in. Although we unhooked, we did not have to do so. There was plenty of length for my tt and truck.
If you have to be close to Vancouver on the north side, this cg is well situated. We didnt like navigating the awful traffic to get across the bridge to VC, but thats about the only reason we would not choose come back. - phann
Jul 2016 - $70.00
Packed in like sardines. We were next to a HUGE 5th wheel that left us with about 2 feet between their slide out and our trailer. We couldn't even put our awning out. The sites are so close together. Wifi is terrible. Don't even waste your time with it. The kids liked the pool. The laundry is a racket at $2.50 for wash, $2.50 for dry. We couldn't wait to get out of here. - Ahleeb
Jul 2016 - $65.00
First of all, DO NOT drive your RV through Vancouver to get to this park. Take the Truck Customs border crossing if coming from the U.S. and then 176th St to the Trans Canada Highway West. Use Capilano St. exit and follow the signs. Although we came in this way, we also came in a different way when we got close to the park and making a hard left into the park with the 40 ft RV and tow is almost impossible...except somehow my husband managed it without damaging the tow. The park is tight between sites but we had no problem putting out our slides and still having some room. The park is easy to navigate with a big rig. The road was wide and paved so backing in was easy and sites were level/concrete. There was enough room for the RV and tow at our site. They have a nice off leash dog park, which we appreciated. The pool looked very nice but we did not use it. "Grass" between sites was a little long but no big deal. A mall is right down the street for convenience and getting into Vancouver is simple over the Lions Gate Bridge...just a few minutes. But traffic is heavy in this area, so be prepared when getting in and out of the park. The park does have some noise because it is close to the on ramp of the Lions Gate Bridge, but it was quieter over night. Otherwise the park is quiet with the people staying here. I don't usually use the park's wifi but since I didn't want to pay for data from the U.S. I did. The wifi on my phone worked well but I rarely got my laptop to connect. Price is higher but that's Canada and its location to the city. We would stay here again. - Danni
Aug 2016 - $40.00
We found the park's location to be ideal for visiting Vancouver and area. 20 minutes on King George Blvd to Skytrain. Our site was treed, big rig gravel pull thru, spacious, 30amp, quiet and clean. Many seasonals in park. There are 50 amp sites near office on paved back in! Office registration is not marked but after the many hated, but necessary speed bumps, there is a paved area to stop on right to register at office. Interior roads are paved and sites are crushed rock. Will stay again! - RJourney
Jul 2016 - $45.00
Staying here for 10 days. Site is generous in size. Park is well groomed. 70 percent of spots are full timers. Do have an issue with being charged $5 a day for my dog, yet there are no dog facilities. The full timer across the road has two yappy dogs, I assume they are not being charged $5 a day for each dog.
Water pressure does fluctuate (20 psi - 60 psi) , good thing for my regulator.
Park has a nice pool and play ground for the kids.
Would stay here again. - rwberg
Mar 2016 - $27.00
Bearing in mind, that the price in CDN funds with tax is $39.85 I found it hard to figure out why they charged for the showers! Spaces are treed and it's quiet. Wifi is ok. Great for an overnighter for heading south. - Tonyl
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
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
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