28 RV Parks near Peachland, British Columbia
Jun 2017 - $22.00
Only ten level gravel sites set on an elevated hillside with pleasant valley views, set among fruit orchards. FHU, good strong free wifi, laundry available, only minutes to town. Friendly helpful owner. - flexitdriver
Jul 2016 - $45.00
Very nice park, although small; well looked after and nice people to deal with. - lilred
Mar 2015 - $30.00
Stayed here 2 or 3 times in the last 14 months of work traveling. Super friendly hosts. Nice View, especially if you have a pull thru site. Power, water, sewer, everything easily accessible. Small privacy fence between sites. Super strong and fast wifi. One of our favorite spots. - Robert and Carol
Aug 2016 - $40.00
Old and somewhat run down. Lots of permanent residents. The spot we were given was hard to get into and not at all level. The pictures on the website are a bit of an exaggeration. This was the only vacant spot we could find in Kelowna at the time. The operator and the local residents were friendly but don't expect too much, it's not fancy. Getting a spot in Kelowna in the summer can be challenging, but next time we'll try harder. - Tyee
Sep 2016 - $45.00
An older park, but well maintained and very clean. The area we were in couldn't anything longer than a 30 foot TT. We had to park our tow vehicle crossways behind our trailer. The sites are quite close together, but there are established hedges and trees that afford some privacy. Sites are well shaded.
We enjoyed our time there. - Atchelitz
Jul 2016 - $45.00
close to town center and Okanagan lake...sites are relatively small but adequate....would recommend reservations. - Superlar
Jun 2016 - $47.00
This is an older park, so it's kind of tight, but there is space between sites with grass and trees, although driving through in a larger RV is difficult. The owners are friendly and helpful. Everything is neat and tidy. Our site was gravel and level. Cable and wifi worked. I was dubious about this park -- it's curiously not listed in Woodall's or the BC government camping guide, but we'd definitely come here again and highly recommend it. Rate reflects extra adult and child. - mlbw
Aug 2016 - $70.00
This park is mostly owned and permanent sites. Having stayed here before, it seems noticeably older but still well enough maintained. The staff were excellent and most helpful. The residents were reserved and the park was clean and quiet. Some interior roads were a bit narrow for a motor home, but our site was easily accessed. This park was expensive in comparison to other local parks, but a significantly better value regarding quality and facilities. Will return again. - BMonk
May 2016 - $22.00
Staff is very friendly & helpful. This park has rental and owned sites and condos too. We stayed 1 month in May and enjoyed the winter monthly rate of $ 675.00 everything included.
The location is just north of Kelowna and off the Hwy. Every once in a while you hear a plane flying by, but not disturbing. The roads are paved and a bit narrow. The setup and layout is nice with plenty of greenery. However, some trees might impede the satellite signal.
There are Longtimers, overnighters and park models with porches side by side, but very nice and clean
The sites are big enough and on conctete. Hookups are water, power, sewer, cable TV, all working fine. Wifi is working but limited to a certain bandwith, after reaching it, it gets really slow. On the next day you start fresh again or purchase more from an external company. In the computer room you can hook up to a CAT5. There is a store and a restaurant on site.
The restrooms we used were all tiled, nice and clean. There are several pools and hot tubs, fitness area, sauna, tennis, golf, beach, wood working shop, library, game room, etc. We liked it very much and will return. - CamperAndy
Aug 2014 - $66.00
This park, that receives straight "10's" from another review site, doesn't receive 10's from us. It is clean, I suppose pretty to some, and apparently has lots of amenities, which we didn't use or see. The sites are separated by large well kept hedges but they are crammed one on top of the other. You can't see 10 feet to the right or left and just the street in front. To us, it felt like the most crowded apartment complex ever with some greenery. The sites and street are so tight it was a miracle my husband got our 29' fifth wheel backed in. Lots of permanent residents, their sites are well kept. Lots of summer visitors--sort of a very crowded resort. There was a large grassy dog park which was a welcome amenity for our dogs. To me the price was outrageous and to my eye, the park is not pretty. To others, perhaps it is. - DCP
Sep 2017 - $46.00
We have been on the road in our motor home for four months and have been warmly greeted by so many rv parks in Canada and Alaska. When we arrived at Oxbow RV park instead of a warm welcome, we were greeted with a lecture because we had the audacity to arrive at 12:05 and check in was at 1:00 which they didn't tell us when we made the reservation. We almost left and went elsewhere, but decided to go ahead and stay. The park is fine, site was a little tight and very difficult to get out of. There are a lot of trees which make it quite pretty, but a little messy. We couldn't get our cable to work so we went to the office and were informed that we had to get a box from them - you'd think they might have told us that at check in. I think the people who own this park may be in the wrong business! - Admiral II
Jun 2017 - $56.00
Spent 5 days here in late June. Campground is well taken care of and owners are picky. It is a bit noisy as you're right on the road but has great walking access to Skaha Lake beaches across the road. Site was quite open but comfortable. Concrete or with patio table made for a clean site.
Rate is close to the highest we've ever paid and seems a little overpriced. - Criscamp
Sep 2016 - $38.00
Check in was pleasant, lady cordial and helpful with local info. Man directed me to site and helped me when backing in. Had to park tow vehicle in front parallel to road so not to block traffic. I have a mini for a tow so small but did observe some larger vehicles somewhat blocking roadway. Roadway is narrow and traffic is allowed both ways so could be a problem if 2 RVs met at the same time along with parked vehicles in front of sites. We had to use a cable box provided to get TV. Did not use their wifi. I would stay here again on my next visit thru BC when in this area. - petvet
Jun 2017 - $46.00
Terraced hillside shady level gravel sites or lakeside premium sites available. Two kilometres to town and all facilities. - flexitdriver
Jul 2016 - $56.00
Very nice camp site and many things to do. They had a pool and arcade for the kids along with activities every day in the activity area. Monday and Friday movies for the kids in the activity area. Every day they would have a contest for free ice cream for the kids. Also, they have a boat rental to rent out kayaks, and canoes, along with motor boats etc. The staff are very friendly and helpful. Being right on the beach is nice and also having a KVR trail that goes along the beach all the way to OK Falls. This was a very nice experience! I would recommend this campsite. - Max-and-Mow
Jun 2015 - $49.00
Dusty roads and our site was just fine sand so it was very messy - especially when wet. Trees were pruned so larger motorhomes had no problems with limbs. Laundry was filthy. Checked it on Sunday afternoon - hoped it was bad because of big weekend crowd. Tuesday when I did laundry I cleaned 2 washers and dryers with fantastic - caked on dirt and grime. One dryer did not dry but did get hot - no lint in lint trap so I knew the fan wasn't working. I went into office to tell them they might want to check this dryer - Manager was rude and hateful - did not offer to return money and just said " You have to run them through more than one time, Mam". Bath facilities were just as dirty. - jandjmichael
Aug 2016 - $45.00
Have stayed here for the last 3 years. The location and beach access is the draw. The hired staff are very nice and helpful for the most part but seem to fear the Boss's.
The showers facilities are in need of an overall and renovation. Clean for the most part. Laundry machines hardly work.
We have met some great people vacationing there over the time we have spent here Although ... the reoccurring discussion this year among many is how rude and unaccommodating the owners are. If you don't mind being spoken to in a condescending manner by the manager and owners as if you"re a five year old and worried about which rule of their "many" that you might be breaking then you might accept the location.
The list of rules would be shorter of what you Can do - opposed to what you Can't do.
They charge for every little thing and act like they are doing you a great service out of the norm. The attitude of the management is unsettling and rude.
They give you EVERY reason to look elsewhere to stay but again... they know they have the convenient spot across from the beach. - Camper K
May 2015 - $32.00
This park is nice that you are right across the road from the beach. As is typical with many RV parks in this area, it is old and grey. Sites are a bit narrow and limited options if you are over 30'. It only has 30amp, cable TV with about 20 channels (mostly Canadian), and sewer is a bit tough to get connected to as it is surrounded by a 6" concrete barrier. This time of year (late May) the park has a lot of sap and thorns that are constantly getting tracked into the RV. - sheltieRV
May 2015 - $29.00
We have stayed here before. This time we received a poor reception from the manager, long lecture and rules about the dog. You can't leave your dog in the RV and of course must poop scoop. Any infraction at all and you will be asked to leave the park. I was disappointed in the poor welcome when we were just arriving. I think people are sick of dogs and bad owners who won't clean up after them and leave them to bark. Our dog was quiet the entire time, but a drunk man in a van pulled in, passed out and left his radio on loud until I finally had to get the manager to reach in and turn off the engine as I wanted to get some sleep. There are droppings from trees that stick to your shoes and come into your rig. We will return but I frankly wish we had had a better reception. - saturn7
Aug 2016 - $35.00
Repeat stay for us: best feature is the city bus stop right outside park entrance! Easy and cheap access to Kelowna area without moving (and parking!) motorhome in crazy summer traffic. Little beachfront is sheltered by boat docks and family-friendly, but better is the beachfront regional park 400m down the road. Local amenities and accessibility, along with reliable full service sites compensate for shoe-horn spaced sites. - Segris
Apr 2016 - $35.00
This park has lake front RV sites and lake access for all sites, boat rentals, swimming, playground for kids and excellent wifi.
We were there for 10 days in April so although busy, lots of space. We have also been there in the summer months when it is extremely busy and very crowded.
Great family park. - absnowbird
Jun 2015 - $40.00
Packed in. Regretfully, most Okanagan Valley campgrounds are like this. Barely big rig friendly because of tight turns, many vehicles, etc. Campground was poorly maintained ... roadways were dusty, grass needed to be mowed, trees needed to be trimmed, undergrowth needed to be thinned out, etc. No place to walk/exercise dogs. No pride. Marina and beach would be positives. Wifi decent. Lots of potential but obviously not much incentive to improve. Definitely would not stay here again. - WinnMac