20 Parks near Sunshine Valley, British Columbia
Sep 2016 - $37.00
Beautiful spot in the Valley. Wonderful facility with indoor and outdoor pool and hot tubs. Workout room with cardio machines and weight machines. Nice wide spaces with hedges for privacy. Bit of a slant toward the front of our site so we just stayed toward the back and had no problems. Nice office staff and well appointed little market. - likeabirdie
Jul 2016 - $55.00
The park is fairly new and easy access to the sites for Big Rigs. The sites are very rocky so be careful when walking around. Our fire pit was very close to our slide so we couldn't use it. Hook-ups are good. There are 2 great pools - indoor and outdoor. Nice hot tubs too. The pool closes early even for adults. We were in a site that was close to the highway but noise wasn't too bad. Laundry room was well equipped and clean but on the expensive side. Wifi was available for a daily fee. No Cable TV available. Satellite dish worked well. Gets quite windy every afternoon. - JoyA
Jul 2016 - $70.00
Had booked this park online just for overnight. Make sure if you book this online, you check your discount, because the rude lady at the front desk said, "We dont give discounts after you check in." I've often forgotten to give a discount card in advance but received a discount after booking.
No internet at campsite except for a fee. The rate was absurd for a place like this, but nothing else in the area. Did not use any of the "resort" amenities as it was June and it was rainy and cold. - Big Rigger
Jun 2015 - $18.00
All we stated in our review from July 2014 is still true, except the rate has gone up to 18$ per night.
A very nice place to stay and well worth the detour from Hope. - TheSchweitzers
Jul 2014 - $16.00
Pretty nice park, not as private as most provincial parks we've been in, not as much "nature" between sites so you feel kind of open to your neighbours. Lake was beautiful and so cold but it was really hot when we went so it was a welcome change. Mosquitoes were getting pretty bad by July. The lock on the outhouse closest to our site was broken. - sebdavinci
Jul 2014 - $16.00
From the Flood-Hope Road it is 2 km paved and another 6 km well maintained gravel road uphill (2-5% grade) to the park. All dry camping sites nestled in the woods. Only one or two hand pumps for water. Some outhouses. Very few shrubs between the trees, so privacy is not as good as normally in BC Provincial Parks. Sites are fairly level and come with a picnic table and a fire pit. Super quiet at night. The lake is just a short walk away. Fishing is allowed, but only catch and release. It's a few kilometers extra, but we will be back. - TheSchweitzers
May 2016 - $35.00
The lady at the front desk was very nice and accommodating so I really would like to give this place a good review. Unfortunately, it's not great and at $35 for electric and water it is way overpriced in my estimation. The sites are short, close, and uneven as all get out. Took us a lot of maneuvering to get close to level. The ground was a muddy mess after some rain and it's right next to the busy highway with a fair amount of road noise, although with the camper closed up it was tolerable. Good thing I'm in a charitable mood, otherwise I'd call it a hell hole. But after a year on the road I've been in a lotvworse. There's wi-fi which would've been nice if it had WORKED. Didn't check out the restroom/shower/laundry. I would expect it's probably clean but very dated...like most of the place. The FHU sites looked slightly better but they were more money too. We will check out the "Othello Tunnels" which are just down the road tomorrow and I suppose if you're really amped about them this might be a convenient place to stay. I dunno, though. No matter how cool these tunnels are, I think you could do a lot better than this as a place to stay. The town of Hope is just down the road and the RV park right on the lake there in the middle of town was cheaper and looked comparable except with a nice view and within walking distance of restaurants. I'd go there if I come through this way again. - Pdxjoanne
Aug 2015 - $35.00
Very convenient to Othello Tunnels; an easy 1.3 km walk will get you to the trail head and then it's another 500 meters to the tunnels themselves. The campground is not a country club, but it is well kept and everything worked. Sites are wide and fairly open. Check in was seamless. If you take one of the full service (13-19) sites at the back, freeway noise from the Coquihalla Highway, located across the river, is a non issue. It is actually possible to cool off in the river but access is via a rocky bank, not for small children or those not sure footed. The store is very basic; however, they loaned us dice so we could play Yahtzee! It's about 10 minutes down to Hope if you need supplies. Overall, we liked it and will stay there again the next time we visit the tunnels. - Fish dude
May 2015 - $35.00
Small RV Park with mostly grass and a bit of gravel. The noise from the Coquihalla Highway is non stop, but if you are camping or RVing in British Columbia near a major highway you will find trains are highway noise. Limited number of sites that have sewer hook ups, but there is a sani-flush. Wifi strength is very poor, even if you are close to the wifi transmitter. There is no cable TV, and no over the air TV channels available. Showers are free, but the building is very old. A little on the pricey side for what you get. OK for a one or two night stay if you are travelling through, but next time we will probably chose a different Park. - Snoet
Jun 2012 - $43.00
There is not a lot of positive things about this park. We called them in advance to check if they could accommodate us (34' fifth wheel plus towing truck). We were told that would be no problem. When we arrived it took us half an hour to find a site which was long enough and had space to maneuver. The girl at the reception was not of much help. The site had a nice view but was quite muddy because there was heavy rain the days before. We had to share the water and electric with our neighbor. Once the boat traffic on the lake calmed down it was very quiet. Next morning we couldn't dump at the entrance because there was not enough space to get in. The park in general looked a bit aged but maintained. The free Wi-Fi was unreliable to not existent. The value for money is bad. We would not stay there again. - TheSchweitzers
Jun 2014 - $33.00
Really enjoyed our stay here. As someone mentioned before, the mosquitoes were pretty bad and the trains do go by quite often but they are down the river so we didn't really hear them from where we were staying. And what are they supposed to do about the mosquito population, right? Clean showers and bathrooms, we used the new shower building and it was divine, $1.00 for about 7 minutes of hot water. Nice old growth trees, lots of shade but still enough access to the sun! Would definitely stay here again. - sebdavinci
Jun 2014 - $39.00
We only stayed 1 night at this site and were happy it was not more. The showers were cold; $1.00 for 2 minutes and tons of mosquitoes everywhere. Out of 8 RV parks we stayed at this park was the only one that charged a reservation fee of $5.71, only revealed when we signed in. Plus when we booked with credit card weeks in advance we were billed right away. Charge for Wi-Fi was $3.00 per day. There are no trash cans through out the Park, you are expected to walk it to the main dumpster near the entrance. Trains honking in the distance about every hour was night and day. On a plus side it is a mature treed park with lots of shade and very little direct sun. Would we stay at this RV park again? No. - Al Rico
Aug 2012 - $30.00
Overall, a very pleasant experience camping here. The campsite roads could be a little dusty on hot summer days and the trains (wooowooowooo) could be heard passing by all day and night. (Bring your ear plugs.) The 2010 review of this campsite is equally accurate in 2012. - Deb and Glenn
Jan 2011 - $35.00
We were passing through Hope on our way to BC so this was just an overnight stop. We arrived late and in the dark and left very early so we cannot make any statements about the general condition of the place. The front staff/owner was pleasant, told us that there were plenty of spots (it was first week of January, we just gone through quite the blizzard and they weren't full) and to just pull into a pull through he pointed us to. He did note that they had closed the washrooms and showers for winter - their website does stipulate that the shower building closes after the Thanksgiving weekend and reopens for the Easter weekend. We were just happy they were open in winter and let us book in near 9 pm. After finding the hookups (they are under the white wooden boxes you have to lift off) and plugging in, we basically just had dinner and crashed for the night. We left early on without any further contact. So all in all, we were happy with what we got, as limited as our needs were and short as our stay was, less than 8 hours. - Paul A.
Aug 2013 - $20.00
We just needed a place to park overnight and for only $20 we couldn’t be too fussy. And a dry parking place was what we got. The restrooms were awful; fortunately we are self-contained. We were lucky to find anything; it was our first time in Canada, and we didn’t realize that it was the beginning of a major 3 day weekend. Our spot was by a by a beautiful river, and walking distance to the little town. Wi-Fi worked great. And the staff was really nice, eh? - DMarilynB
May 2012 - $23.00
We had a wonderful site with a view of the Fraser River. Very friendly staff and our rate reflects a Senior Citizens discount. Great park, would stay here again. Great access to the city. - User2209
Jun 2010 - $23.00
Clean well maintained park adjacent to downtown Hope right on the Fraser River, easy walk to downtown. This well treed park is on an Indian Reserve and is run by very accommodating natives. The level gravel sites are well spaced with some underbrush separation, most have a table and many are pull throughs and tents are very welcome. My wife (VERY PARTICULAR) used the washrooms while here and approved. We didn't observe the laundromat. This park would have received a 7 or 8 if they had sewer hook ups. Due to lack of sewer connections, we didn't stay at this park but the staff readily phoned and made reservations at another park that met our requirements. I would recommend this to anyone not requiring sewer hook up. - Procarver
Sep 2016 - $38.00
Ditto what others have said in 2016.
Additionally, some pull thru sites have utilities in between the sites, so "your" outside area is shared with your neighbor's. Fortunately we did not have neighbors during our 2-day stay.
Park appears old and a bit tired. Didn't really use the bathrooms/showers but what I saw, they could do with a bit of maintenance and updating.
Park is heavily treed which is nice but layout of sites in some areas is a bit confusing as to what is a site and what is a road.
Highway 1 (4-lane) is at the back of the park, CN rail line is in front. Trains really didn't keep us up, but they are noisy when they pass by.
This is our second visit to Hope area. I don't think we would stay here again. There are other, nicer parks nearby. - DCM/JMB
Jul 2016 - $31.00
All interior roads and sites are gravel. Roads have a few ruts, but are fairly good. Sites are very roomy. We had room to park our truck at either end of the site. WiFi is fairly good. Cable at all sites. 30 amp only. We would come back. - ta96silver
Jul 2016 - $38.00
This park is in desperate need of maintenance and updating. They are putting in several new sites but there doesn't seem to be any thought given to their location. In the established area of the park it is sometimes difficult to distinguish between the roadway and the actual sites. This is a good park if you have small children as there is lots for them to do. - Rastusoh
Aug 2016 - $40.00
We loved this park. The sites are large enough to handle our rig. The lower branches of the many beautiful trees have been thoughtfully trimmed to maintain the beauty while allowing trailers to maneuvre with the park. The laundry room was spotless. - Cathyhew
Aug 2015 - $42.00
This is advertised as a BIG Rig Accessible site but it is definitely not. It is a old park more suitable for small RVs. - Applejack
Aug 2015 - $42.00
Sites are level. They are close to one another but separated by a 6-foot cedar hedge. Hookups are old but sturdy. Wifi is complimentary but I was never able to connect. Staff is very friendly. There is a small playground for children. Older park, but still nice. We would recommend and we did stay again on our way back home. - Merveilleuse
Aug 2014 - $20.00
Chilliwack Lake is about 1 1/2 hours drive from Vancouver. Road is paved to campsite but roads within campsite are not. There are 146 sites, 41 of which are reservable. The newer part of the campground - Radium Loop - has the largest and more open sites. The remainder of the loops are in the treed area. There is a small boat launch and a parking lot for boat trailers. There is a beach but it is fairly small and the water is quite cold. The pit toilets were not particularly clean or well-maintained. The continual presence of hordes of flies rendered them uninviting and more or less unusable. This resulted in a lower park rating - otherwise it is quite a nice campground. There is no cell phone coverage. While we were there, a fire ban was in effect but there are fire pits and picnic tables at each campsite with plenty of room between sites. Campground is open from May 1 to October 13. - RTA
Jul 2010 - $16.00
Chilliwack Lake Provincial Park is about 45 minutes east of the city of Chilliwack along the Chilliwack River. The campground is at the west end of the 9 kilometer long mountain lake. Its a typically beautiful BC Park in the mountains. The campsites are in the trees. The lake is great for swimming, boating and kayaking. LOTS of great hiking from level walks to strenuous mountain climbs. There is potable water for your tanks at the sani-station. No hookups at the campsites though, so be sure your batteries are charged up. The campground was full when I was there during the week at the height of summer. Lots of local people who have been coming up to the lake year after year for decades. Although there were some noisy teens, the park hosts kept everybody happy. I loved it! - Stan Humphries