1 Park near West Vancouver, British Columbia
Aug 2015 - $63.00
Ever played Tetris? With your RV slideouts? This is likely what you'll have to do here. The sites are so close to one another that I didn't see anyone able to fully extend their slideout in the 6 days we were there. There was about 4 inches between my slideout and the neighbor's and neither of them were fully extended. Good thing I had a friendly neighbor.
Granted you're camping in the city, but an extra feet wide would be welcomed.
There is a propane fill up service available on site, but not on Sundays! There is no mention anywhere that this service is unavailable on Sundays. We got stuck having to refill our propane tanks at a Husky about 15 minutes away.
On the plus side, you're close to everything, grocery, restaurant, shopping mall within walking distance. Lions Gate Bridge is literally over the campground, so you can cross it and be in Stanley Park. We would recommend if what is important is being close to Vancouver. Would likely stay there again. - Merveilleuse
Jun 2015 - $50.00
Location, Location, Location... bike to downtown or take the bus. Sites are narrow so sometimes you can't fully extend awnings but park has nice atmosphere. Lots of families here. The pool is nice and many people do use it. Some noise from the bridge traffic but nothing major. Price is high for the size of site but since you have no other park around... pay and don't look back...
Park Royal mall just across the street. - Presidio40
Oct 2014 - $42.00
This camp is all about location. Situated on the north side of the Lion's Gate bridge, we biked over the bridge and your right in Stanley Park-Vancouver. You can easily bike around the whole downtown area from here. Sites are narrow, but your not staying here to enjoy the park. They have an indoor hot tub that was nice and clean. Staff is very helpful and friendly. Stayed here 3 nights. Would recommend it. - gypsy parrotheads