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17 RV Parks near Cassidy, British Columbia
Jan 2018 - $50.00
The showers were broken for over a week.
When it was icy the ramp and walkway to the showers was always slippery and unsalted.
The office hours are very short in the winter. Sometimes only open for 2 hours a day. Closed other days.
The wifi was so bad it didnt even work as far away as our campsite.
The dirt turned to 6 inches of mud in the winter.
The raging water behind our campsite wasn't fenced off and the ledge was falling away with more rain.
The staff and manager don't agree on policies and pricing.
When the manager disagreed with her staff....we got kicked out. No refund given on payment already made for the month...kicked out 10 days early with no place to go.
Needs a new nicer, kinder manager.
The staff was great. - Keeyans
Jan 2015 - $38.00
Manager was fantastic - very helpful and accommodating. We requested privacy and she delivered. Unfortunately washrooms and water were shut off for the season to prevent pipes freezing. Conveniently located between Ladysmith and Nanaimo. - I Like Heat
Sep 2014 - $38.00
There are lots of kids in this park. Families seem to come in groups so it is very noisy and crowded. No grass; 30 amps. Tight turning radius for 45 footer. Close to Duke PT ferry is a plus. - Freedom Bus
Jun 2018 - $45.00
Excellent sites. PLENTY of room and privacy too in a generous pull-through site. Amenities were okay, but the sites really shine. Full service and firepits too. Plus walking distance to shopping. - D. Brooks
Jun 2018 - $36.00
Great location for a park on the oceansize. Some of the sites are treed/shady/dark and others are a little more open with views. Very friendly service and efficient checkin. Cable box for TV is extra ($1 per day) and there is a charge for internet at your site, but free at the clubhouse. Nice laundry facilities. This is a popular campground and rigs are coming and going frequently, particularly on weekends. Kid friendly. Dog friendly. Sites are gravel and are quite level, and wide. Easy to park RV and extra vehicles. - subaru
Jun 2018 - $65.00
This park is in dense forest so navigating the tiny windy roads was a challenge since we are 58 feet long when hooked up. I had to trim some branches over the 5th wheel as well. Not much viewing of the water unless you get some of the upper hill spots nearer to the lake. Otherwise, if you like a serene RV spot where you don't even know your neighbor is there, then this is the place for you. We were in site # 186 which is one of the few pull thrus that had 50 amps. The plug ins are the same as the US plug ins. No adapters needed. - Vipermanden
Oct 2017 - $26.00
Very friendly owners. Campground is a meadow in a forested area 100 yards from the ocean and marina. There are secluded tenting sites as well as an open area that can accommodate small groups and RV's up to 26 feet. RV's over 26 feet may have difficulty accessing the campground because of tight turns to enter the camping meadow. Be prepared to level your RV because you'll be parking on grass. The meadow runs east west so you can find a shady spot under the trees to the south or more sun on the north side of the meadow. There are 4 duplex 110 volt 15 amp plugs in one spot. You'll need a converter plug to 15A. The camping fee is $20 Canadian and for $6 more you can have electricity. The plug ins are all in one spot so be sure to arrange a spot close by, and have a heavy gauge cord, to avoid voltage losses over long power cords runs. Complimentary high speed wireless Internet, weak in the picnic grounds but strong in reception area. Local cell signal is 2-3 bars out of 5. Washrooms with coin operated hot showers ($2 for 3 mins - water is precious on the island) and coin op laundry room Picnic tables On site kayak, scooter and mountain bike rentals Store selling ice, ice cream & snacks, select groceries, pharmaceutical items, fishing bait and clothing Tents, tent trailers, small campers & RV's are welcome. Pets on leash and picked up after are welcome. - User3527
May 2017 - $25.00
Excellent value. Beautifully cared for park with lovely gardens and spring flowers. Owner very friendly and helped us to our site. Close to highway for convenience and noise not really a bother. A real treat to see an RV park that is surrounded by greenery and so well cared for. Sites were close together for transients but no problem. - Bonnie396
Jun 2016 - $40.00
Great Park close to trails and close to highway. Great club house. Locking containers for garbage. - 13rvliving
Aug 2011 - $38.00
Owner of 13 years has strong Japanese accent. Several beautiful Japanese garden type plantings and flowering plants everywhere. Feeble Wi-Fi close to office. Very close to Nanaimo Ferry Terminal. We would stay here again. Mostly permanent residents. Water pressure 40 PSI. Tables and fire rings. Moderate highway noise. Steep incline at entrance. Single stream recycling program; leave bagged recycling next to trash dumpster for pickup. - meanderingman
Jun 2016 - $30.00
Nice state park like campground under tall pine trees a couple of miles off highway. Most sites shaded, and usually tens of feet of spacing between sites. We found it convenient to the ferry terminal.
We got 5 off air TV channels, the WiFi signal doesn't reach more than 150' from the office but there is a nice open air shelter with picnic tables next door to use, we had a 2 bar AT&T cell signal.
Very family friendly with a playground and activities for the kids, especially on the weekends. We didn't see any direct access (or even views) to the lake from the campground although their website does show a small beach and dock. For anyone concerned about such things, you do pass a small prison about halfway to the campground from the highway (but the prison does have great views to the lake!). - readontheroad
Apr 2013 - $31.00
My family has been camping at Brannen Lake for over ten years now and we love it. We spend much of our summer there each year, our most recent stay was this past Easter. It is family owned and operated. The go out of their way to make guests feel like family. My kids especially love the weekend hayride and Sunday pancake breakfasts. There are even themed family dances on summer long weekends, making for many great memories. The facilities are clean and well maintained, the beach is private for campers only with a large grassy area, sandy beach, large wharf, swimming dock and roped area as well as the lake is stocked with trout for fishing. There is night staff/security that stay on site as well as as no dirt bikes or atvs are permitted (there is a campground a couple miles up the road with a track for such use). We can't say enough about this quiet haven and can't wait for this summer. There is something for everyone from sunny, grassy, and shady sites and tenters to large motor home owners. - VICampers
Sep 2011 - $32.00
We were here over the Labour Day weekend and it was a non-stop party zone. There is apparently no limit to the number of people or vehicles who can occupy a site. There was no enforcement of Quiet Time. There were ATVs and motorcycles riding through the campsites to reach a nearby motocross track. WiFi is limited to the office area. Most sites are on dirt. There is lots of stuff to do in nearby Nanaimo. - gtogrl1
Sep 2017 - $58.00
Dusty, no wifi even with tango net. Very unflat sights. - GNG
Oct 2016 - $36.00
We stayed during a stormy wet weekend so did not use too much of the facilities. Lots of trees to drop needles and leaves on your unit. Overall it is fairly nice. Didn't like the fact that they charge a $6 reservation fee and will not accept Passport America discount without a reservation. No tv or internet. - Nahidik
Sep 2015 - $44.00
This Holiday Trails park is in a valley removed from traffic and railways so it is quiet. Access from the south is difficult because you have to drive past about 1 km, make a u-turn, and come back to the park entrance. This park was an overnight stop for us so we asked for a pull-through site with full service which was fine but difficult to find. The sites are randomly placed within the resort and there are few directional signs so finding your site is difficult. We met another RV that checked in before us and they were having problems finding their site. The only problem we encountered was the smell of sewer gas which hung in the valley. Not sure where it was coming from. There is no TV or WiFi but our Telus phone worked fine. There is a clubhouse but the large television was broken so there was. no reception. We would return to this park. - Living Skies
May 2018 - $20.00
You drive through the ghetto to get to the slum and then on that continuim you get to your spot. I've been on smoother logging roads. The bathrooms were disgusting and the breaker blew about 5 minutes. We had nothing running but the clock on the microwave! Avoid this campground at all costs! - Djhklh
May 2015 - $35.00
The camp site was right on the water! Very clean and you can always have a fire! Love this camp site! I will be going back with the family for sure! - rosiemp
Jul 2012 - $32.00
Bathrooms were disgusting!!!! Campsites were small and look like they were never maintained. Paid for 3 water and electrical hook ups, and only had 2. If you wish for a place to take a lot of kids it might be all right as there is a play ground and the river access is ok. Does not seem to have a responsible adult running the place. Just a young girl in the office and some older man driving around on a golf cart. I am not sure what the RV sites are like, but the 5 tenting sites we had were not pleasing. Doesn't take much to grab a rake and someone really needs to learn to clean the bathrooms. Apparently the men's had human waste on the walls, the womens smelled like urine and the floors (in the showers as well) were awful. I'll take an outhouse any day. At least you expect some sort of smell and I have been in ones way better than these. Could be a great place with a little attention. - Island Camper
Sep 2017 - $35.00
This is our second time here. What a beautiful spot. We were here in the fall and the winds were a bit strong but still worth camping. This time we are in D3 with an excellent view. Lots of trails, excellent shops in walking distance and lots of geocaching hides. - Team Kya
Apr 2017 - $27.00
This was our first trip out this year. A little later than normal because of the cool weather we have had. Check in was a non event as we were given our site number when we reserved (and reserve you should. This can be a very busy park). We simply set up camp and looked after the financials Monday morning when the office opened. Our site was up on the hill this time and the ocean views were beautiful. All of the services worked well except the Wifi (barely good enough to check e-mail). Basic Cable TV is included in the nightly fee but I really hate having to install the "box" (not the operators fault but that of the provider). You can upgrade the offerings including adding internet should you desire, Within an easy walk are small stores for groceries, pubs and restaurants. The nearest full service center including big box stores and medical facilities is Duncan (about a 15 minute drive). There is plenty to do in and around Crofton. Lots of walking and hiking trails, fishing, whale watching, investigating the tidal pools, and the ferry to Salt Spring Island is almost next door. We paid $27.00 per night plus tax and we feel we received good value for our dollar. We will return. - Rollin Ollens
Aug 2016 - $28.00
Nice view of the ocean and walking trail right at our doorstep, along with a small sandy Beach Park a short distance away. Wi-Fi not available at our site, as you have to be near the guest house to pick up signal. Overall a pleasant stay for the money. - Leisure Time
Jun 2017 - $33.00
Stayed again and most of the statements of our previous review are still true. Except the washroom are renovated now and the forest trail is closed for unknown reasons. During shoulder season this campground is a hidden gem. During summer holidays the picture might be different. - TheSchweitzers
Oct 2014 - $23.00
This municipal campground is just outside Lake Cowichan. About 1 km gravel road off the paved road to Port Renfrew. A walk to the grocery store will take about 30 minutes. The posted rate is off-season for a dry RV site, and our rating reflects value for money. We stayed way after Labor Day during the week and had the park all to ourselves. During the season this place is busy and locals told us it's a favorite place for parties at the beach. No direct beach access, but a short trail leads there and to a floating dock. The trail continues through the forest for a nice hike along the shore of the lake. One third of the sites have power and water, the rest is dry camping. Some water spigots there. Our site was level and most sites looked the same. You can look up the site's size on the website. No dump on site, but there is one in town beside the firefighter building (by donation). The Wi-Fi is available at the office and the sites around it. Washrooms are older but clean except for the spiders under the roof. Very quiet at night. Some traffic noise from across the lake in the morning. We will stay again, but avoid the busy season and the weekends altogether. - TheSchweitzers
Jul 2009 - $50.00
This is a private RV resort, but there are a few great sites available to rent by the day, week, or month. Includes dedicated boat slip and all utilities: all for $50/night. - mjdix