This RV campground was ideally located for our trip, however the office isn't manned when they said it would be which made check-out very difficult. We didn't see the campground hosts at all even when we were around for their supposed office hours. I never saw a pool so I can't comment on that. The gravel site wasn't terrible, but it wasn't level. On the website it describes a lovely lawn area with a picnic bench. It looked very lovely until we tried to use the bench and were attacked by red ants. The washrooms were serviceable, but there was no mop or way to ensure the floor wasn't slippery for the next person. At the end of our stay we felt it had been quite an expensive stay for a basic site. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Expensive. A little hard to find, especially if the sun were down. No shade, but there will be 20 years from now. Sites are not entirely level. I feel as if I am under the Sun's anvil. Washrooms are new and there are two which are Unisex. WiFi works well. All sites are 50 amp only, so bring along an adapter. They do rent adapters for $2 per night. Power is stable and voltage drop is acceptable. sites are "twinned" with services in the middle. This allows space on the side door between sites. There are picnic tables. I had no choice about staying as I could not find another campground with an opening. At the price I would not stay again, unless nothing else was available. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were very disappointed in this park, after reading previous reviews. It is some distance from town in a rural setting, which is nice. BUT, along with the rural setting apparently goes an unattended office. We had to use our US cell phone to call a number for check-in. The sites are in poor condition, with numerous weeds around the site, picnic table area and road edges. No one has bothered to pick up dog excrement, that is evident around our site. The sites are close together and share a common utility area. This park is definitely uncared for and we definitely would not recommend this park to anyone. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice gem of a place. Very friendly welcome. Large sites with lots of grass. Really well taken care of. Good location. Clean washrooms. Good place to stay. Book ahead! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Convenient spot to stay at while our daughter was in a softball tournament. Kind of pricey when one considers that there is no cable hookup, and Internet was spotty but mostly non existent. The A-E sites at the north end of the campground have great views of the valley. Host was pleasant and accommodating. For laundry, bring loonies; that is the only coin that will work the washing machine. We found this campground to be very quiet. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Beautiful lake and grounds and great ATV day trips way above the mountain hill side. An extremely clean campground and crystal clear water. Gravel sites. Staff is very accommodating and friendly here at Bear Creek: No Bears though! Great place for even the fussiest campers. Restaurants and shopping in Westbank are 10 minutes away by car. You will like it alot. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Park is located 9km west of Kelowna via highway 97 and north on Westside Road. Sani-station and drinking water available across the road from the campground. Sites along the creek in the old section very private and nicely landscaped. Steep trail leads to falls on the creek and spectacular views of Okanagan Lake to the east. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Beautiful sites separated by trellises of grape vines. Owner has beds of beautiful flowers which she sells as well as vegetables from her garden, eggs and chicken. We purchased frozen chicken thighs and breasts from her and they were delicious. As noted below, the Wi-Fi was really strong - best of our trip. Located near golf and vineyards. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a small but awesome RV park on the east side of Kelowna. As other commenters have noted it is part of a working farm. The owner was super friendly and allowed our kids to help her pick eggs in the morning. Kids loved seeing the chickens and feeding them. It's a short walk to some great hiking/biking areas and about 15 min from downtown Kelowna. Restroom/laundry were clean and tidy and the owner was super friendly, as were the young folks she had working with her! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Though called a farm it could also be called a garden. Flowers are in bloom everywhere. The park is well maintained and spotlessly clean. The side by side spaces are generous with gravel drives for RV and car, and a grass area with room for their picnic table and our chairs. The owners are welcoming and friendly. It is simply all we could hope for in a park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflects a monthly rate; daily rate is $39. Park is part of a small farm (eggs and some veggies) and is probably one of the more unique and delightful parks we have stayed at. All sites are pull-thru, spacious, and level. Services (power a constant 121-123 volts) were great and Wi-Fi was very strong. Lots of biking and hiking opportunities. Many golf courses to choose from. Very quiet park. We fed produce peelings to hens and they sell the pastured eggs at a great price. If it were not for winter conditions arriving, we would have stayed longer. Rating this park less than a 10 would be an injustice. Definitely will return again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is special. Sites are generous, level and gravel with grass and a picnic table. Sites are separated by trellised grape vines. Owner delivers still warm, freshly laid eggs to your door upon request. We purchased one of her free range chickens and produce from her gardens. Golf, wineries and orchards surround the property. Please note you must reserve early as they are booked already for July and August 2014. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Outstanding little park. Spotless washrooms and shower. Fast WiFi. Full hook ups at each immaculate spot. Super friendly and accommodating operator. Fresh produce on site. Hard to beat this one. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Wonderful place to stay with brand new showers (free) and laundry facilities. You can feed the chickens on your way in or out. It is within short walking distance of "canyon" hiking trail. Free Wi-Fi, no cable, but you can get two OTA HD TV channels on your roof antenna. When returning to Kelowna, we will stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Internet didn't work properly. Came in late and no info available on door codes, passwords etc. Luckily someone there able to provide info for us. This is the worst value park we have stayed in but it is in a good location and the facilities were clean enough. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very crowded - could not use slide out AND awning - had to walk through adjacent site to get in our door. Washrooms were filthy. Pool was clean well kept. Not a relaxing environment. Staff was there to collect fees - no more. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Attractive campground with a very nice pool and hot tub. Beach across the road, close to shopping. No pets are allowed at this campground. They are pretty stringent about arriving by 10pm, and there is a 'curfew' of 12am. (They have a night watchman.) A note for families: the $46/night is based on 2 adults. Children are $1.50/night each. We didn't see many families here. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park, that receives straight "10's" from another review site, doesn't receive 10's from us. It is clean, I suppose pretty to some, and apparently has lots of amenities, which we didn't use or see. The sites are separated by large well kept hedges but they are crammed one on top of the other. You can't see 10 feet to the right or left and just the street in front. To us, it felt like the most crowded apartment complex ever with some greenery. The sites and street are so tight it was a miracle my husband got our 29' fifth wheel backed in. Lots of permanent residents, their sites are well kept. Lots of summer visitors--sort of a very crowded resort. There was a large grassy dog park which was a welcome amenity for our dogs. To me the price was outrageous and to my eye, the park is not pretty. To others, perhaps it is. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Roads are very narrow. You need to go down the street to a gravel area, do a U-turn and come back. No easy exit. No cable TV, Wi-Fi (Internet) only available in one building. Pools are closed until summer weather. Dog park at one end of a large park. Garbage in one area only. Very expensive for what is offered. Rate is $45 for low season and $70 for high. We stayed with our Coast to Coast membership. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Yes it is pricey but we did get a nice big corner lot with shade a short walk to the adult activity centre. Cable TV offerings are minimal so we used our dish instead. The outdoor pool there was too warm to be refreshing but that was due to the heat wave in the area at the time so we cooled off in the indoor pool instead. They have a huge off-leash grassy park fenced in for your pooch complete with a doggie bag dispenser and a small doggie pool. The beach is on the small side but wasn't crowded. The food at the restaurant was delicious. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is extremely overpriced. Yes, it has 3 pools and amenities but everything is tired and worn out looking. The showers/bathrooms are small and cramped. The sites are cheek by jowl and there is very little privacy or noise abatement between units. Also, it closes at 9:00pm!!! So if one is not a member, you have to get out of your car, call the security guard, wait for him to get there to be let in. I would expect that for the price and for the number of units in this park that they would have around the clock gate security staff. Personally, I would give this park a pass. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Wonderful stay, we loved every minute, we were there 7 nights/8 days, staff were just awesome, we had a very private site looking out at the lake and beautiful bird sanctuary. Secure and safe area for kids to bike around and enjoy the pools (2 outdoor and 1 indoor). Very clean highly recommended. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I guess this place is OK. They parked us between 2 park model trailers. The people who live in them full time don't like the RVers that just pull in just for short time. You say hi to them and they look the other way. If you can deal with this I guess this place is OK. Not much view of anything too. Some of the pools were closed for repairs, that was a disappointment. Next time I will search for a better and more friendlier RV park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
After paying top dollar for our site, we got the only one without any greenery. The guy next door had his TV outside his trailer so we got to listen to it all afternoon and evening, add this to the lack of shade, we spent most of the time away from our $70/per night site. The noise of the local air traffic only made matters worse. The only Wi-Fi available was at the rec. center. Pools and spa tubs were nice, but crowded during the day. Lake not for swimming. Friendly people, park dedicated to seniors with permanent trailers, but rent a site at your peril. Despite 2 foot high logo, no Good Sam Discount. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a huge campground mostly dedicated to long-term residents. The access is a bit tight in places, and the large hedges make visibility very difficult. Some sites have satellite access, but most do not. We didn't particularly enjoy this place, but then big long-term places are not our first choice. Our rate shown is Passport America, which they only accept for a four day max stay. Normal rate is double! We would probably not stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is truly a destination park with many activities. Sites are sold and there are time shares and rental condos. The sites are quite cramped, mostly because of all the trees. Wi-fi access only in the rec hall which is inconvenient. It is a nice park but definitely not worth the money they ask for a site. I would only stay there again if I could use Coast to Coast or some other discount. To have a very high rent and then charge $3 a day extra for power is just insane. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here through RPI and loved it! The staff was extremely friendly and the sites well-maintained and large. There were 3 pools – one for adults only, and two hot tubs – again, one for adults only. They had a great exercise room – fully equipped and clean. There are three restaurants on-site, two of which we tried and were 100% pleased. There is free WIFI in the Community Center, which also has puzzles, a large book exchange, games, activities, pool table, and more. The security was excellent – we felt safe and had no concerns leaving our bikes outside anywhere and not locked. They had a full recycling center, a par two golf course, and lake where you could boat or swim. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
If you are a member of Coast to Coast or RPI this park is fine. We're RPI and paid only $8 a night. At $52 a night the park is extremely overpriced and I would find another place to stay. Spaces are all concrete slab and very narrow. Once you're in, the space is nice enough. Most of the park consists of permanent residents but they are all in very good shape. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for 7 nights on our RPI membership for $8/night. We only had our MH on the site as we had to drop off our motorcycle trailer and pay $5 for it in the parking area. Couldn't use our Coast to Coast membership to extend for a couple more days as they didn't allow back to back discounts and we were unwilling to spend the $60/night to extend. Park is well maintained and clean and neat. Lots of amenities, but in our opinion overpriced for the value. We camped here in a Motorhome.
If you seek peace & quiet and a beautiful view then you will find it here. Large pull-through sites that could easily accommodate our 45 ft motorhome. I do suggest checking it out before driving in as we found it easier to back in to our site. Level private site with good 50 amps. Satellite reception was good even though there are trees between the sites. No bathrooms or amenities, which is perfect for us. Not a place for children. Good location away from the traffic of Kelowna. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a wonderful, quiet RV park. It's a working farm with nine or ten sites, all full hookup. No bathroom, shower, or clubhouse, just a great, clean, picturesque place to park. All sites are long and wide with plenty of room. Pull through sites are long enough to stay connected. Back in sites are plenty long enough for the longest rigs. All sites are separated at the sides with vegetation giving a very private and quiet feel. No night noise from traffic or anything. Owners are wonderful and sell their fresh (picked that day) vegetables and eggs. Close to town, but feels very remote. Surrounded by working farmland. We would definitely look forward to staying here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
If you want a friendly, quiet, shaded, well spaced, private campground in the middle of orchards and fields, then this is the place. No facilities and not suitable for families with children, though many children are quieter than some of the dogs staying here! One of the best places we have stayed in North America. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nightly rate stated is based on a one month stay and we wish we could be here longer. This park is unique in our twelve years of full time RVing. It's a small working produce farm with very nicely landscaped and spaced RV sites. Our pull-through spot overlooks fields of tomatoes, beans and other veggies. We're positioned on a hill which also overlooks the verdant valley below which is dotted with orchards and vineyards. We are a five minute drive from all the necessary amenities of town, groceries, banks, shopping mall and movie theaters. If you're into overcrowded, huge parks with tired and outdated facilities and clubhouses from the 70s with a pool filled with people, this is not your spot. It is quiet and peaceful here. There are no planned activities. You have to be content with sitting in your lawn chair with a glass of wine and enjoying the view. However, we are very close to all sorts of activities. Hiking and biking trails abound in the area and there are lots of wineries for tasting. A perfect setting for our lifestyle. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Picked this RV park because it was adult oriented, only problem every time I looked out the window of my RV I see kids. Another problem here was roaming large dogs that came into the park leaving a mess on your site. Lots of the farming neighbors have barking dogs and let them run at large so not a peaceful place to stay. I would give this place a higher rating if it was not for the dog problem. The place has little amenities, no shower or bathrooms. If you have to drive into Kelowna the traffic is worse than LA. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Small park with easy access for big rigs. Nice owners, beautiful views of the valley. This is a working veggie farm. Good Wi-Fi. Short drive for groceries into Glenmore and about 20 minutes to downtown. Can't think of a downside to this park unless it is no washrooms and showers. Not an issue for us as we prefer those in our motorhome, but could be an issue for others. We will be back! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Excellent small campground at a farm. One of several in the area. Nice sites with good access. Convenient to both downtown and shopping area of Kelowna. Excellent Wi-Fi and cable. Only possible drawback is while full hook ups they do not have a stand alone shower / washroom facility (not having this is typical of most of the agri-camping parks in this area). Very peaceful with nice views on a small working farm. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great owners, friendly and helpful, a quiet oasis in the hills close to Kelowna amenities. Sites level, gravel, good separation, and great views out front window. Wouldn't stay anywhere else if visiting Kelowna wine country. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a small park that can accommodate big rigs. The park is built next to their orchard and is very quiet. There are no restrooms and is considered an Agra-Tourism park. It is very close to downtown. Very nice young couple run the park with a self-registration system that worked well for us. Call to make reservations. It is adult oriented, but there were kids enjoying themselves: just no kid oriented amenities. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Gravel pads, access slightly tight, no restrooms, but overall a fine place to stay. Nice views, good water, laundry available. Very accommodating owners. We would definitely return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great views over the mountains and lake. Nice little camp and very quiet. Just what we where looking for. Sites are very long and 25 ft wide, we think spacious considering other camps in Canada or in the area. No accommodations, just one dryer and washer; no problem for us. Good cable, Wi-Fi so-so, but overall good. We came for a week, stayed a month. Ask for special price. 4 km to WalMart and other shops, nice biking, and great beaches. We will come back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Sites are a little tight. Sites are gravel. Friendly, accommodating owner. Weekly rate is $170.00, which gives $24.29 per night. Laundry worked but only one washer and one dryer. Wi-Fi quite slow and dropped us fairly regularly. Lovely view from front of park. Good access to town. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
One of several small orchard farm RV parks in the area. Very friendly and accommodating owner. Laundry and pop machines, but you'll need to be self-contained for shower and toilet. Wide open on hillside - spectacular view down the valley. Good spot for a few days of visiting and sight-seeing. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.