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Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $39.00
We have stayed at this park before and it is still a good place to stay. It was very busy this time but they were good enough to find us a spot among the permanent residents for the few nights we were there. They have upgrades their WIFI to a Tengo system with up to 52 Mbps. We camped at Peace Arch RV park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $42.00
This is a friendly, clean park right next to the border and the crossing into the US. Although there was occasional noise from truck air brakes, it wasn't bad. We would have rated it higher but for the narrowness of the sites. We had a pull-through as we requested, but the neighboring units were so close that awnings were nearly touching our trailer. In addition, to get around the picnic table on our narrow strip of grass just to get into ours, we had to walk on our neighbors spot. This was a bit embarrassing when they were trying to have a family picnic. We would stay here again, but with lowered expectations regarding space. We camped at Peace Arch RV park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2013 - $44.00
This park appears to be well maintained and they certainly made a great effort at Christmas lighting near the entrance. The spaces are adequate and are easy to navigate. Services are convenient. The WI-FI was quite slow and may not work further from the office. They apparently have several sites but we could only see 3 or 4 and they were all weak. Likely due to all the large trees. Access to the park is easy but is via a very narrow road with steep ditches â€“ be careful. Access from the site may take some patience if you are trying to get to Hwy. 99. Alternate routes should be considered. Would definitely stay again when in the area. We camped at Peace Arch RV park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $38.00
Park is clean, spaces are adequate sized. Facilities are clean and centrally located. Washrooms available, however costs a looney (1 dollar Canadian) for a 7 min. shower. Overall would stay here again, but reservations are recommended. We camped at Peace Arch RV park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $40.00
Paved sites are very close together. Wi-Fi in the office only. Poor dog walking areas. Clean showers and laundry. Mostly long-termers, but a very nice place to stay to sight see in Vancouver. We camped at Peace Arch RV park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2012 - $43.00
Older park with 30amp max. Big Rig friendly, but lots of speed-bumps. Pull through spaces are about 60' long 20 wide. Mostly full-time residents who speed through the area. WiFi advertised, but only works well around office/library area, not very well (if at all) at sites. Good security with night gate guard. weekly $293, monthly $515. Can be a challenge to get satellite tv due to trees at every site. Fixed unit will not work. We camped at Peace Arch RV park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2012 - $55.00
Not a bad place to stay but just a warning if you are in an RV 40 ft. or longer. Entering and exiting on the main road are pretty tight especially if your towing a car. Park itself was nice for an older park. Our rig is 40 ft. and we were towing. When checking in we were given a spot to the rear of the office. I asked if I needed to disconnect the car and was told, "No, should be fine." Well we barely got the RV around a corner we had to negotiate, and that was after I went ahead had disconnected the car. We had a crowd as we tried to make that corner with a tree right there on the edge of it. We ended up putting some pretty bad scratch's in the paint from the tree branchs. If we would have been placed in one of the pull through sites beside the office this would not have happened, they did have spots available there. I did return to the office and let the lady know I would not send anymore 40 ft. RV's to those sites. So, you might want to do a pre-check on the site they put you in. We will probably stay here again, just not in those back of office sites. We camped at Peace Arch RV park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2012 - $38.00
Easy check in. We had a level pull through site close to the office and restrooms. Very little road noise from Hwy 99. Good water pressure. Cable TV and free wi-fi fine but unsecured. Plenty of full timers here. Close to the border and a good overnight stop. We would stay here again. We camped at Peace Arch RV park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $42.00
I noticed some negative reviews of the park from last year and earlier. Whatever the issues were, they have apparently been resolved. The entrance to this park is beautifully landscaped and laden with colorful flowers. The roomy sites afford good privacy. The cable TV provides more than 100 US and Canadian channels. The bathrooms and showers are modern and spotless, but there is a small fee for showers. Wi-Fi works close to the office. All in all, a very good RV park. We camped at Peace Arch RV park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2007 - $33.00
I stayed in the older section opting for some privacy as these sites have shrub and tree borders. Unable to get WIFI connection at the campsite and had to use the library to get it. Libray has six tables where you can set up your laptop. Laundry has six washers and maybe four dryers. It can get busy. Cable TV selection only 11 channels and reception poor. Local TV off an antenna has about six channels. An RV can now turn left off 152 St northbound, but it is a tight fit for the big rigs. We camped at Peace Arch RV park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2007 - $30.00
The 'new' section is now for 'monthly' residents only. Overnight or weekly stays are not allowed in that area. I have stayed in the 'new' section 3 times in the past because there are no trees - can get good satellite reception. I tried to make a reservation for a site that was free of trees and was told, in no uncertain terms, that they could not guarantee a site where I could get satellite TV reception. The lady on the phone was rude. So I did not stay there and instead stayed at the Pacific Border RV Park. See my review of Pacific Border RV Park in Surrey. I'm glad they 'forced' me to stay elsewhere and in doing so I discovered Pacific Border which is a much nicer park than Peace Arch. I will never try to stay at Peace Arch again - they lost me as a customer. We camped at Peace Arch RV park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2005 - $25.00
A prior review stated that a satellite signal could not be acquired. I have stayed at the park twice once in the 'old' section which has tall cypress trees and once in the 'new' section. The new section has no or has small trees so satellite reception is fine. In the 'old' section there are some sites where the trees have been topped by wind and a signal is possible. Be sure to arrive from the north because, as stated by another reviewer, the left turn on 152nd is blocked. We camped at Peace Arch RV park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2005 - $29.00
Pay showers, wifi is free, 2 laundry rooms, 1 open 24 hrs, 15 min from White Rock Beach, directions to park in Trailer Life from Trans Canada not good anymore as you can't cross 152nd St, need to take 99A south from Hwy 10 then East on 40th Ave., some sites with clear view of southern sky for satellite hookup; we were barely able to find a clear window for satellite AMC9 for our internet satellite. We camped at Peace Arch RV park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2005 - $31.00
We had an excellent site. Private, with trees on each side, but not overhanging. It was an excellent location for touring the Vancouver area without having to take the RV further into town, which is difficult. It's only 20 minutes or so to the main ferry to Vancouver Island (Butchart Gardens, etc.), and about 45-60 minutes to Vancouver's main business district, cruise terminals, etc. Wifi is available in the office area or laundry/rec room until closing (9 pm Summer). Free. We'd recommend it and will stay there again. We camped at Peace Arch RV park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2004 - $28.00
I stay in this park off and on every summer. It is a older KOA park and it is a little run down but still very servicable. Washrooms are always clean. Sure have seen lots of kids on bikes & scooters so I don't know what the other post means. Always very quiet at night except for some mild road noise from the freeway but not too bad. Probably the best value campground close to Vancouver. We camped at Peace Arch RV park in a Motorhome.Undo
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