18 RV Parks near Qualicum Beach, British Columbia
Jun 2014 - $35.00
It is all about location. This campground is right on the beach, most of the sites have direct access. The views are just gorgeous. The campground itself is basically a meadow with some hook-up posts, not overly well maintained. But it is very quiet and Shaw Go WiFi works great. There is lots of space to walk the dog or for kids to roam around. So for us it is the perfect location to hang out, watch the eagles (they are nesting in one of trees) and enjoy the scenery. - TheSchweitzers
May 2009 - $30.00
This is a very cute and charming campground. There is a large variety of sites available. Some are in a field type setting, some in trees, and some in full sun. All are very tidy and each has it's own trash can which was nice. They have the best playground for kids of all the campgrounds we have been to yet. The staff were so nice and informative. There are bunnies running all over the place which was very cute and there is a man made lake with paddle boats etc. to swim and play in. Also there is an amazing market just 5 minutes down the road that is a MUST SEE! The only negative I can think of is that the very first row of sites backs onto a highway which would likely be quite noisy. However we were on the other side of the park so I can't say for sure. - SLM
Aug 2016 - $23.00
Beautiful park,great trails for walking. Waterfall walk well worth it. A bit tight to get my fifth wheel in site, entance is guarded by very big trees. Took a bit of adjusting to get into site. We were in upper campground and looked at lower campground which I think would be easier for a bigger rig. - GerryT
Jul 2016 - $23.00
We have stayed here in recent years and will come back in the future. Very convenient stopover location when on the way to Tofino. We prefer the upper loop because it is a little further away from the highway. Not much noise anyway. The campground is typical for a BC Provincial park. Treed sites with a picnic table and a fire ring, some shrubs between the sites for privacy and well maintained outhouses and water taps throughout.
Rangers come along to collect the fee and sell well sized buckets of firewood for 7$ a piece.
The trails are inviting and well maintained. The falls are not the biggest (well, they are named Little Qualicum Falls for a reason), but nice and there are quite a few spots upstream where you can enjoy the river pools. - TheSchweitzers
Aug 2015 - $23.00
What a GORGEOUS park and campground. We dry camped in our Class A for four nights in the lower loop (site 76) and were completely impressed. Beautiful forested sites in old growth forest. New picnic tables on a concrete slab. New compacted gravel pad which was almost perfectly level. Easily 50-75 feet between our sites and the adjacent sites. Our site, like most in the campground, easily accomodated our 34 foot rig plus our jeep. Beautiful river and falls all connected by hiking trails to the campgrounds. Lots of hikes and things to do/see within 30 minutes. Road noise from the highway was barely noticeable from this site during the day and not at all at night. - clayghir
May 2017 - $35.00
Nice Park very convenient. We have stayed here several times over the last 12 years. Always enjoyed it.
Everything we needed was with in walking distance.
The lovely boardwalk along the most fabulous beach is always a treat. - Ross Brand
Mar 2012 - $20.00
I have had the pleasure of staying at this rv park for the last 5 months. Rate reflects the monthly winter rate. If you have any interest in spending the winter on Vancouver Island, Parksville is the place to be and this RV park is the best deal around. $570/month including taxes and unlimited, un-metered 50 amp service. The winter sites are concrete pads with picnic tables. The free WiFi was excellent, free cable TV with lots of channels to chose from. Close to almost everything so the dog and I did a lot of walking and played on the beach every day until March when dogs are banned due to the bird migration. I can't comment on the bathrooms as they are closed during the winter so you have to be self-contained. The laundry was cheap ($1.50 to wash and $1.50 to dry). Only 2 washers, 3 dryers so you have to pick your times. There is a huge playground next door in the municipal park for the kids. I highly recommend Park Sands for the winter. - Janshark
May 2011 - $36.00
Very well kept park with friendly staff. Camp right next to the beach if you can and away from the community park. It was very quiet when we stayed, off-season. - Thedogsma
Oct 2015 - $38.00
Beautiful setting on water. Gated (owned sites) all well manicured. Sites are very large, our site had interlocking brick, crushed rock, fenced all around, solar lights, picnic table. Lots of deer and eagles visible all day long. Easy walk to shops, restaurants (1.4 kms), walking trail along shoreline. Access to private clubhouse, pool, hot tub, pool table, indoor shuffle board, laundry ($2 CN per load), tennis/pickleball courts. Park was very quiet day and night. Staff friendly. Recycle garage on site. Very pet friendly. Good Internet, cable TV, excellent water pressure. Only propane fire burning ( no wood burning allowed). - Live Life
Oct 2015 - $49.00
Surfside RV resort is mostly long term owner occupied sites with a small number of sites available for short term stays. Very clean resort with generous sites on gravel. Power is limited to 30 amps on the short term sites. We were at an interior site but there are shoreline sites available at a slightly higher cost. Free wifi is available through the resort and Shawopen service is also provided for Shaw customers. No wood fires. - Wxguy
Sep 2014 - $65.00
I want to give this park a "10"; however, with only 30 amp service I cannot do so. We have a pull in motor home site that overlooks the water. Large, private, level & perfect except for the 30 amps. Very quiet park in a great location. We did not use their facilities so I cannot comment on pool, bathrooms, etc. We loved it here and will definitely come back despite the 30 amp service. - Freedom Bus
Aug 2016 - $33.00
Washrooms need updating, never ran out of hot water during shower, family campground well operated, river close by, pool was clean and fun. Park for kids to play was older, but kids loved it.
Close to town, but rural feeling. Close to beach, Rathtrevor and Parksville beach. Shaded sites made for cool afternoons.
When leaving ask for the route out before leaving. - BrentPolly
May 2013 - $39.00
An older park, aging washrooms,gravel roads and grassy parking, on scenic Englishman River. Mature fir and cedar trees for nice broken shade. Quiet with full-timers and park models in a totally separate area. Wifi was strong. Both Telus and Roger cell were strong. We will stay here again. Fifth wheel - old dollar bill
May 2012 - $35.00
Well-kept middle of the road campground. Friendly staff. Mostly grass sites and gravel roads. Quiet and relatively spacious sites. Suffers in comparison to nearby ocean view parks, but only regarding location. Will stay there again. - BMonk
Nov 2014 - $20.00
Nice clean campsites. Stayed in a double site with 2 other families and it was fantastic. The hike to the falls is amazing. We will be back for sure! - JennaTar
Jul 2014 - $21.00
This is an average provincial park about 10 km from the highway on a dead end road. All sites are dry camping, water spigots are located all over the place. No dump station. Most sites are heavily treed and surprisingly unlevel. We had to try a few before finding a level spot. Picnic table and fire pit come with each site. Pit toilets as usual in provincial parks. A few sites can accommodate larger rigs, most are suitable for smaller ones. Very good privacy because of the shrubs between the sites. Also very quiet at night. The hiking opportunities were a little disappointing to us, just one 30 minute loop. The river falls were kind of pathetic too. We think there are places offering more opportunities in the vicinity and therefore won't be back. - TheSchweitzers
Sep 2016 - $18.00
BC Provincial Parks are over priced at regular rates, but are ok for seniors of British Columbia in the off season. Park is not as clean as some (like Miracle Beach Provincial Park), but passable. Lots of nice walking trails and great beach areas when the tide is out. This is a very busy park even in the off season, so come early. - Snoet
Oct 2015 - $18.00
We stayed two nights in this provincial park. Our site was clean, level, separated from our neighbors, and close to the bath house. Also, a short walk brought to a gorgeous ocean beach which looked out over Georgia Strait. With timely generator use, a water tap nearby, picnic table, fire pit, and the bath house we had everything we needed. We stayed in a travel trailer and would stay here again. - Living Skies
Sep 2014 - $30.00
A premium provincial park with most conveniences such as showers, flush toilets paved roads and lots of trails. The park has been around forever but still has large sites with easy access and significant space between most sites. In the fall you can just stop by and get a site but during the summer reservations are a must. We would stay again even with the hefty price for no services (power, water etc ) just for the great location. - lrp374