Canada

Ontario

Fifty Point Conservation Area, June 2012.  Large sites but wind and no trees.  There is a beach here so swimming in the lake is very nice.

British Columbia

Beachcomber RV Resort – Victoria, BC.  August 2013.  Tiny park, very narrow, steep road getting in but the views are amazing.  A site on the ocean is the best.  The sites are narrow but you have a large beach area just for you!  Most campers are seasonal and very friendly.  Across the water are the San Juan Islands. No laundry and town is 3 miles away.  Love the beach.

Alderbrook RV Park – Aldergrove, BC.  September 2013.  Tiny sites.  Laundry was good.  Location is right near the border entrance to US so was good to go get some last supplies.

West Bay Beach Resort Campground – Kelowna, BC.  September 2013.  A very nice RV park right on the lake.  Owners are very friendly. Sites are smaller and probably are not meant for larger RV’s although they are less than half full, mostly overnighters and they let us use two sites!  Views are amazing.  Laundry is ok, only 2 washers and dryers but it worked.

Alberta

Jasper National Park – Whistlers Campground.  September 2013.  Beautiful park.  Our site was away from everything and very private.  We chose no hook ups and they did not have a firepit but we could use our propane one.  Very private sites.  Bear warnings made it hard to walk at night but during the day walking in the campground was very nice.

Rainbow Valley Campground – Edmonton, AL.  September 2013.  A very nice city park.  Staff was amazing although they did have things booked where people were changing sites daily!  We added a day and had to move sites.  Lots of hiking trails right out of the park.  The park is right in the city but quiet other than the construction next door.  Sites were close together but a large lawn area backed up to our site.  Ok Laundry

Westerner Campground Red Deer, AL.  September 2013.  Nice park right in town, near the RV dealers.  The park is expensive and charges a $10 reservation fee for every reservation.  Laundry was reasonable and clean.  Sites had lawns between each.  They charge $3. per day for wifi

Symons Valley Ranch RV – Calgary, AL.  September 2013.  Small, rundown park.  Area is in the country so pretty quiet.  It is mostly permanent rv’s that are really old although very friendly.  This was our second spot for Calgary and the other was way worse.  Next time we will research and find a park further out of the city.   Wifi was free with no passwords however it was dirt slow.  They did have a pay for internet that was slightly better.  Price was $20 less per night than the Calgary West RV Park

Lake Louise Tent Trailer – Banff National Park, September 2013.  Another NP.  Sites were flat and somewhat separated although you had someone side by side and then the next was away.  Beautiful area.  Baths and showers were great.  Electric only at the site

 

 

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