Hier handelt es sich um einen wunderschönen RV Park. Die Stellplätze sind sehr groß und total abgeschieden vom Nachbarn. Über die sanitären Anlagen kann ich leider nichts sagen da wir im Wohnmobil unterwegs waren. Dieser Park ist absolut empfehlenswert.
We didn’t stay at the campground, but with had a good time stand-up paddle boarding in the bay. The boat launch was good or there is a rocky shore to the right which also works to launch a board. The main beach didn’t allow dogs, but she could get on the board from the boat launch side. The water was a little bit choppy because of motor boat traffic further out, but that just made it more fun. The patchy logged mountains are still excellent scenery and there is a large island staring back at you for most of the way. Lots of kids in the swimming area and on the rocky point trail. Fun for families in the warm water.
They told us that we could not put water in our trailer on arrival ! really?? They demanded $12 per night for a extra vehicle for a total of $47 per night plus a $6 on line booking fee for: 1. No city water 2. no electricity 3. no sewer connection 4. no sani dump 5. no cable connection 6. no WIFI and to top it all off, they sprayed the road way with a tar like substance that coated our vehicle on departure. Will we be back, not bloody likely
On our way from Port Renfrew, decided to stay here for one night. Very friendly and informative gatekeeper who assigned our campsite for the night. Clean place, good to have showers and toilets and running water after 'roughing it' the day before. A bit noisy at night, crying kids and lots of little kids running and biking around. Definitely better for a longer stay with small children than a quiet camping experience. Beach is only a few minutes walk from the campsites, and though dogs are understandably not allowed on the main beach, there is a but is short forested path that leads to an area just beyond the main beach where you can take your dog for a swim. Only 10 km from Lake Cowichan if you need groceries.
This was our first time out to Gordon Bay, and we camped at the provincial campground. It was a nice campground, but there wasn't anything spectacular about it. I liked that they have washrooms and showers in buildings so you aren't "roughing it" too much. I didn't like that the kids park was quite a ways away from the campsites near the beach so the kids couldn't just let loose and head to the playground. I also enjoyed being close to some amenities in Lake Cowichan, pretty little town, but they roll up the sidewalks before 6pm - at least nothing appeared to be open when we pulled in on the Friday around 6. It was a tad chilly when we were there, but we still had a good time. Not sure if we would bother to make the trek back.