Quiet and peaceful and beautiful location on Vancouver Island. Unfortunately, there is a 5K dirt road drive to get to the resort, but once there they have a do it yourself RV wash and paved camping sites right on the water. Spectacular at night when the cruise ships go by or in the morning when the eagles soar and the dear roam. There is a harbor adjacent to the RV sites that has a seafood restaurant, boats to take you fishing or whale watching, and trails to hike.  We saw bald eagles every day and enjoyed watching the passing fishing boats, ferries and the occasional cruise ship on its way to and from Alaska, sailing up the Discovery Passage between the resort and Quadra Island. Offered in season, we enjoyed an all-you-can-eat Dungeness crab feast at the marina restaurant.

Campground Tips

We liked staying on the lower north sites as they are waterfront. Select from any of the RV sites on the “lower north side” only. The 3-kilometer gravel road from the main road to the resort was no problem for our Unity, just take it slow.

Nearby Attractions

The town of Campbell River has several very good restaurants and an active waterfront. Here is where you can connect to the many whale-watching and wildlife tours. While on Vancouver Island, we also spent time in Nanaimo, Tofino and at the Pacific Rim National Park Reserve. All beautiful.

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Debra Normington & Scott Daragh