11 RV Parks near Delta, British Columbia
Aug 2015 - $35.00
This was the only RV park in the area so I had stopped for the night despite the bad reviews that I had read. There are many permanent residents here with lots of old cars and various other items stored outside their trailers. The trailer behind us had his grey water valve permanently open. There is a mega mall being built next to this park, the construction for this only added to the noise from the highway. My guess is that this place will be closed soon. - KHAdams
Sep 2013 - $39.00
Stayed here because of location to the ferry terminal. NOT AGAIN!!! Sites were too close together. Barely enough room between RV's to sit outside. Washrooms filthy, mold on shower curtains and in shower stall. Not as it shows on the web site. - jla_vernon
Aug 2013 - $33.00
This place gave me the creeps from the get-go. The tent area was a strip of grass, no shade, no picnic tables, etc. Restrooms/showers were musty/mildewy, office staff could not have cared less if you were there or not. Some RV's looked as if they had been abandoned for years. This is not an RV/Campground park. It is trailer-trash. - Hiker-Dave
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
Aug 2016 - $70.00
I like this campground. Certainly, it is close to everything. However, the traffic in Vancouver is HORRIBLE - so even close proximity to central Van is no guarantee of an easy drive. The campsites are VERY close together. I could not put my awning out all the way. But, the sites are level and the utilities are stable. There is a playground and pool, which my 5 yo daughter appreciated. The staff is very friendly and very helpful. I had some problems with my propane valve, and a staff member helped me and referred me to an RV parts store so I could fix the problem myself. I would stay here again - I just wish access to the Seabus was easier so I could cross Burrard inlet faster to be in the heart of the city. - SeaTeacher
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
Apr 2017 - $66.00
Easy access from the Freeway (Highway 1). Signage to park is very good. Check in was straight forward. Interior roads are paved and fairly wide. No vehicle parking on roads so navigating is very easy. This is an urban park so expect traffic noise. There is train tracks near the park and they rumble by a couple of times a day. The noise is tolerable. There are no shops or restaurants within walking distance. Lougheed Mall is a five minute drive. Our site (44) was right beside the access path to a regional park with good trails. Great for walking the dog, bikes and access to a river for fishing. No motorized vehicles allowed. This is a full facility park. There is an indoor pool, hot tub, exercise room, laundry facilities, store, RV wash station etc. A clean well run operation. There are a few full time units all are in good condition and no junk or clutter visible. Site are pretty tight but are separated by cedar hedges so it's not that bad. Cable is an extra $3.00 per day and not worth it. Less than a dozen chanels but at least NO BOX. Internet is Tengo pay as you go. We never tried to log on as we have our own hot spot. We paid $66.00 Cdn per night plus tax plus cable and because of the parks proximity to Vancouver and area, we feel we received fair value and will return. - BC Wanderer
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
1940 Centennial Way Squamish, British Columbia V8B 0A8 (map) | (604) 898-3343
Sites: 64 | Latest Rate: $48.00 | 15 Reviews
Aug 2015 - $48.00
Nice wide level gravel sites. Free WiFi at the site. Friendly welcoming staff. Kids loved the mini-golf course. - vagabond8400
Aug 2015 - $50.00
Pretty decent RV park. Sites are large with good spacing, the power pedestals are new and wifi worked well except for the normal busy time in the evening. Cute little mini-golf course. Good access to hike/bike trails and town. A few semi-permanent rigs with their usual clutter. Also looks like they're expanding the park. All in all a nice park facility-wise. My issue is with the gun club adjacent to the park. Normal periodic shooting throughout the last couple days (9AM-9PM) was a little annoying but no big deal. But this morning we were awakened to gunshots at 7:00AM which is incredibly inconsiderate! Would have rated the park higher except for the Gun Club which virtually ruined our stay. We won't be back. - clayghir
Jun 2015 - $46.00
After discovering another occupant in our reserved site and being put out for a while, the staff came through for us with some nice bonuses. The place has a great mini-golf course and feels like someone has a vision for something fun but the vibe is killed a little by all the long term residents and the junk and vehicles that group accumulates that make the place feel a little like a mobile home park. Probably 80-90% of the place is for long term residents who clearly live year round. Our site on the trees turned out to be a real pleasant surprise and the view of the mountains was great. Plus, it was close to town. We would come back if we wanted to stay 'in town' but the place lacks a cozy 'camping' feel. - RV Bell's
Oct 2016 - $14.00
Sadly, this is trailer trash. Mostly long term, permanent residents with some very run-down units all jammed in tightly together. It looks and feels like a trailer-town with some areas you aren't comfortable walking through at nite. Staff kept reminding visitiors to lock everything up due to thefts. A campground without picnic tables or fire pits. Washrooms/showers were absolutely filthy and ratty shower curtains. I had planned to stay there 4 months. I lasted TWO WEEKS. You would be better off staying at Walmart parking lots. More peace of mind...and cleaner. - Sandbay
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
Nov 2016 - $45.00
The biggest factor in my rating was the dirty bathrooms that looked like they have not been cleaned in a good while, and certainly were not cleaned in the several days I was there. - Dan C
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 2013 - $18.00
BC Provincial Parks are usually well laid out with private sites, as is Alice Lake. Nice to see the 30 Amp hook ups, but too bad that there are no water and sewer hook ups. There is a $5 sani-station across the road though. We would stay here again. Camping $ rate was seniors plus electrical hook up. - Snoet
Jun 2010 - $38.00
We stayed here for three days, and very impressed with the campground size and space between sites. The staff was very helpful with every detail of our stay. I would highly recommend this place for family camping or a couple without children. Very quit and relaxing. - chez
Apr 2010 - $38.00
I was surprised to find there are now quite a few campsites with 30 amp power available. This is another beautiful, well kept BC Provincial Park with a lovely little lake, close to Squamish BC, and about 1 hour easy drive to Whistler. Lots to do in the area. - Stan Humphries
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 2015 - $50.00
Beautiful park within one hour of Vancouver. Large campsites. One drawback was there was no power or water. We stayed here 4 nights so we needed to use a generator. They only allow 2 hours in am & 2 hours in pm for generator use. We would stay there again. - User3196
Jul 2015 - $27.00
This park is a gem for families with young children. The park is in giant cedar trees and has lots of trails and 'wilderness' space for them to explore. The layout is spacious and traffic for such a large park is quite low. The double sites are great for small groups and spacious enough for an RV or 2 and several tents. The lake is cold except later in the year and is really not the main attraction. We plan on staying again next year. - lrp374
Jul 2015 - $35.00
The best thing this park has going for it are the large campsites, very spacious, very good picnic table, fire ring, and relatively level site for trailer. Very easy to maneuver any size trailer (we have a 35ft fifth wheel). There are no hook ups and no cell phone reception at the site. There are a number of drinking water taps throughout the park as well as pit toilets. There are 3 buildings each with 1 flush toilet and about 5 shower stalls. These are your typical park facilities - bare concrete and brick shower stalls that have seen better days. At least the shower water is warm but you have to constantly push a button that gives you about 10 secs of water. This park is situated by Allouette lake - a clear, clean and refreshing large lake with plenty of beach area (some sand, lots of rocks). The park operators drove by very frequently but pretty much left you alone. Good to know there is security around all the time. If you like true wilderness camping (with no hook ups) and large private sites this is the place to be. - bakermancoq