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Whiskey Creek RV Campground


Tel: (250) 752-8321 E-Mail: wccampground@gmail.com Web: www.whiskeycreekrvcampground.com


1268 Chatsworth Rd., Qualicum Beach BC V9K 1V6 Located 18 kms west of Parksville on Hwy 4 at


the foot of Mt. Arrowsmith. Very quiet location, minutes from Little Qualicum Falls, Cameron Lake and Cathedral Grove. Hiking and trail rides nearby. Open All Year. ** Rates: 4 Persons Partial Service $33 (water/electricity) Serviced $38 Tenting $33 Add’l Adult $2 Child Under 6 Free. Pets on leash, pick up after them.


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Sidney


Gulf Islands National Park Reserve - McDonald Campground


Tel: (250) 654-4000 Toll: 1-866-944-1744 E-Mail: gulf.islands@pc.gc.ca Web: www.parkscanada.gc.ca/gulf


McDonald Campground A great home base for exploring the Gulf


Islands. Located on McDonald Park Rd., off Hwy 17, south of Swartz Bay ferry terminal. Drive- in sites. Many amenities in nearby Sidney. For more information, see page X. RV accessible with no service. Reservable sites 1-877-737-3783 or online at www.reservation.parkscanada.gc.ca. Fees apply. Open: May 15 - Sep 30. ** Rates: 6 Persons Unserviced $13.70/night. Rates subject to change. ** Languages Spoken: English, French.


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Gulf Islands National Park Reserve - Sidney Spit


Tel: (250) 654-4000 Toll: 1-866-944-1744 E-Mail: gulf.islands@pc.gc.ca Web: www.parkscanada.gc.ca/gulfislands


Sidney Spit, Sidney Island Sidney Spit is located on Sidney Island, a 20


mins. foot passenger ferry ride from the town of Sidney. It offers camping, trails, a dock and mooring buoys along with miles of beaches. Reservations 1-877-737-3783. Open: May 15 - Sep 30. ** Rates: 6 Persons Unserviced Tents only $13.70/night. Rates subject to change. Pets must be on leash at all times. Languages Spoken: English, French.


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Telegraph Cove & Area Telegraph Cove Resort & Campground


Tel: (250) 928-3131 Toll: 1-800-200-4665 E-Mail: info@telegraphcoveresort.com Web: www.telegraphcoveresort.com


Box 1, Telegraph Cove BC V0N 3J0 The finest RV facility on Northern Vancouver


Island. Easy access to excellent salmon and bottom fishing. Summer home of the Killer Whale. Sheltered scenic waters. Situated in the picturesque boardwalk village of Telegraph Cove. 16 km off Hwy 19 at Telegraph Cove turn- off. Open: May 1 - Oct 1. ** Rates: 2 Persons Unserviced $33 (water only) Partial Service $35 (water/electricity) Serviced $37 (water/ electricity/sewer) plus GST.


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Port Alberni


Arrowvale Riverside Campground & Cottages


Tel: (250) 723-7948 E-Mail: info@arrowvale.ca Web: www.arrowvale.ca


5955 Hector Rd., Port Alberni BC V9Y 9E8 Beautiful 67-acres riverside farm setting.


Petting farm tour, rare birds, livestock, Canadian horses, u-pick raspberries and pumpkin patch. Bird watching. Tubing on Somass River, bring your own tube. Weekly, monthly and seasonal rates available Oct-May. Open All Year. ** Rates: Per Vehicle 2 Persons Unserviced $20-27 Serviced $31-35 Tenting $20-27 Add’l Adult $7 Child Over 12 $5.


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Tofino


Bella Pacifica Campground Tel: (250) 725-3400 E-Mail: campground@bellapacifica.com Web: www.bellapacifica.com


400 Mackenzie Beach Rd., Tofino BC VOR 2ZO Campground, RV park 3 km S. of Tofino, walk on oceanfront on sandy MacKenzie Beach, oceanfront and wilderness campsites, full and partial hookups, flush toilets, pay showers, laundry, ice, firepits, firewood, reservations accepted, reserve early, off-season rates, pets. CP 7 days notice by email only. Open: Mar - Nov. ** Rates: Per Vehicle 2 Persons Unserviced $46 Serviced $46-$56 Add’l Adult $3 Child Over 6 $3.


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Crystal Cove Beach Resort Tel: (250) 725-4213 Toll: 1-877-725-4213 E-Mail: info@crystalcove.ca Web: www.crystalcove.ca


1165 Cedarwood Pl., Tofino BC V0R 2Z0 Rough it in style! We offer 60 well-treed fully- serviced RV sites, only a short walk from the beach. Firewood, hot showers and WiFi are all included. Inquire about our parked RVs for rent. Open All Year. ** Rates: Per Vehicle 2 Persons Unserviced $45-$58 Serviced $55-$68 Add’l Adult $3 Child Over 6$3. Pets $5 ea., on leash and supervised. ** See lodging listing page 48. ** See winter listing page 60. ** See featured members page 6.


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Mackenzie Beach Resort


Tel: (250) 725-3439 Web: www.mackenziebeach.com


1101 Pacific Rim Hwy, Tofino BC V0R 2Z0 RV and tent sites short walk to beach. No reservations, first come first serve campground. Rates include pool, hot tub and showers. WiFi available. Pet friendly. Weekly, monthly and winter rates during off-season only. Open All Year. ** Rates: 2 Persons Unserviced $49 Serviced $59 Tenting $49-$59 Add’l Adult $8 Child Under 16 years $5. Rates subject to change.


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Pacific Rim National Park Reserve - Green Point Campground


Reservations Toll: 1-877-737-3783 Reservations web: www.reservation.pc.gc.ca E-Mail: pacrim.info@pc.gc.ca Web: www.pc.gc.ca/pacrim


Hwy 4, Midway between Tofino & Ucluelet Poised on the bluffs above Long Beach, Green


Point Campground features 94 vehicle drive-in campsites, 20 walk-in campsites. Pacific Rim is known for long sandy beaches and lush coastal temperate rainforests. Green Point Campground fills every night during high season, and reservations are recommended. Reservations open January 9, 2017 at 8 am PST at www.reservation.pc.gc.ca. Drive-in sites are RV accessible and feature 15/30 amp hookups. Evening theatre programs offered late June to early Sep. Open: May 1 - Oct 9. ** Rates: 6 Persons Serviced $32.30. Rates subject to change. Languages Spoken: English, French.


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Surf Junction Campground


Tel: (250) 726-7214 Toll: 1-877-922-6722 Web: www.surfjunction.com


2650 Tofino-Ucluelet Hwy, Ucluelet BC V0R 3A0 Beautiful woodland setting between Ucluelet and Long Beach. Private forest campsites, large full-service RV sites, showers, flush toilets, hot tub, sauna, espresso bar, covered picnic area, firepits, surf rentals and lessons (for guests only). Open: Apr 1 - Oct 1. ** Rates: 4 Persons Unserviced $25-$40 Serviced $35-$45 Add’l Adult $5 Child 12 & Under $3.


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Ucluelet Campground Tel: (250) 726-4355 Web: www.uclueletcampground.com


260 Seaplane Base Rd., Ucluelet BC V0R 3A0 Village location. Wooded mountain and


harbour views. Hiking, kayaking, fishing, tours, restaurants, aquarium, groceries, beaches. Quiet, well-run campground near shopping, tidal pools, rainforest, whale watching. Separate shower rooms and WiFi. Walk to all amenities. Pet friendly. No partiers. Open: Mar 1 - Sep 30. ** Rates: Per Vehicle 4 Persons (2 Adults/3 Children) Unserviced $25-$51 Serviced $35-$51 Add’l Adult $6 Child 16 years.


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Victoria & Area


Beachcomber RV Park Tel: (250) 652-3800 E-Mail: reservations@beachcomberrv.com


Web: www.beachcomberrv.com 3290 Campion Rd.,Victoria (Saanichton) BC


V8M 1W7 Beach sites at your doorstep. Butchart Gardens 15 mins. away. Located halfway Located halfway between Sidney Ferries and downtown Victoria. From Ferries, Hwy 17 left at Exit 19 (Island View), right Lochside, left Martindale, right Welsh, left Campion, and left at end of road. From downtown, Hwy 17 right on Martindale (just before Exit 18) and follow signs. Water, electricity, sani-station and WiFi. Open: Apr 16 - Oct 15. ** Rates: Per Vehicle Partial Service $45- $56 Add’l Adult $2. ** See featured members page 6.


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Super Camping - Vancouver Island & The Gulf Islands


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