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1. Stanley Park - Vancouver

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· 34905 reviews

Vancouver, BC V6G 1Z4, Canada

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2. Say Nuth Khaw Yum Provincial Park - Electoral Area A

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Greater Vancouver A, BC, Canada

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Say Nuth Khaw Yum Provincial Park: what do users think?
skipper1552: Restrooms: Extremely neglected and badly deteriorated over the years complete lack of proper maintenance.
Helena: I visited this park with family and friends by yacht on 22 January, 2023. The natural environment is mysterious and beautiful and covered with green woods even though it is winter. There is a wonderful waterfall that has plenty of water. The scenery from different angles is great and we had a great time in the park. It is said another bigger waterfall is not far away, but we couldn’t find it. I am going to visit the park again.
Conchita Alvero: Absolutely BEAUTIFUL 😍
Mike Moore: This place is incredible. Scenery and wildlife are absolutely amazing
Ed Smith: Absolutely butifuul
Michelle Hillock: Accessible from Indian arm.Contains granite falls. A beautiful accessible waterfall. Short walk up from the beach. There's is a docking Pier enough for 2 boats. And possibly 1 more body if it's small enough.Out House decent. There's toliet paperWatch out the rocks and soil around there's is slippery. Watch for flooding.Be responsible. Take everything you packed with you when you leave.
P. Sh.: Beautiful
Richard Korkowski: very nice beautiful place.
Kevin Kalnowski: So much fun up here . Clean, quiet and relaxing
Eero Taivainen: Wonderful view to wake up to.
LOVEPREET SINGH: Nice place
M S: Absolutely beautiful 😍
richy lau: Quiet but far away, only boats can reach it, and the waterfall inside is a bit interesting.
Serghei Pirau: Fantastic! Bring you camping and proper hiking gear.
Frank Liu: We were in the park on a boat. It was a rainy day, and there was no others around. Several seals were resting on an empty dock. It was all nice and quiet.
Radek Jenc: Nice quiet spot.
Pete H: Nice park but would be even nicer if it had a road from Coquitlam in
Lars Schwanebeck: Very remote, very beautiful. Need a proper offroad vehicle to safely access. Boat dock there, can see the Wigwam Inn across the water. Gorgeous views.
Belinda Luxton: Great trail for some off-road adventure especially when you're 2 up! Requires some skill and guts but lots of fun!Beautiful area and views. Next time we're bringing the bathing suits for some swimming.
Omid Ebadi: Enjoyed an easy hike to the suspension bridge and back to the parking lot
Jack Belec: Falls water???

3. Twin Island - Belcarra

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· 47 reviews

Indian Arm BC, Canada

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Twin Island: what do users think?
LL: Amazing place to camp for a night.We took our inflatable kayak and had good fun. I’ll be back to this place one day.
KS B: Public park. Nice island to visit in the summer.
R Galls: An hours paddle from Deep Cove by kayak.The dock on the east side makes for an easy launch and land regardless of the tide but you do need to bring your kayaks up and out of water/dock.Plenty of tent pads and a pretty high tech composting toilet, the best part is that it is free due to being a provincial park but can be busy especially on summer weekends.All year camping means you can find quiet days in spring, fall & winter.Beautiful views of the arm! ⛰️
Danny Y: Small island tucked away, accessible only by watercraft. Very cool place to visit. “Climb” (just a few feet really) and enjoy the view. But you’ll get swarmed by flies.
Christin R: Went for a camping by a boat . Such a great place if it was sunny. It was raining the night we got there . Great place .
Michael Rayne: Easy access with indianarmauxiliary.caBring water
Peter Jokan: Beautiful place, must visit. You can rent a kayak at the Belcarra Park. From there you have to kayaking about 1.5 hours (5.5km each way). The scenery it's beautiful along the shore. The islands are amazing! There is a small bay between the islands with shallow and warm water (see picture below)

4. Fort Camping - Township of Langley

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· 428 reviews

9451 Glover Rd, Langley, BC V1M 2R9, Canada

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Fort Camping: what do users think?
Kuys Viljoen: A very nice stay. Sites are clean, level, and everything works.
R Douglas: Always a fun time at Fort Camping! From check-in to check-out, the hospitality & service it great! Thank you Kim!
신용환: Everything was ok but too dusty 😩
Tere Friesen: Nice and quiet, lots of space. Registration done quickly. Friendly staff
Art Heppner: RV sites area good size with full hookups available. Sites are complete with lawn, fire-pit, picnic table, level gravel base for your RV. Recommend you book your site on the outside ring if possible for a little privacy and a shade tree or two. Fort Langley is about an 11 minute level walk away for shopping and treats.We will definitely be returning as we enjoyed our stay.
Ray Richard: As usual I had a great time and will be returning June 5th. Staff are so friendly and I can't say enough about Kim, she's an absolute breath of fresh air ☺
Simon Glet: Very well maintained campground.Just a bridge away from Langley so you can walk to the cute city center. Lots of bike paths too :-)The freight trains runs 24/7 so you will quickly know their timetable.
Shelagh Marro: Friendly staff, very respectful and quiet campsite.
K. Cheung: Thank you for a wonderful experience at your camp site. Absolutely 5 stars, everything was well looked after from watering down the gravel to lessen the dust to the propane service on site and the very helpful and wonderful check in service. The grounds are well kept and very clean. We’ve stayed at Fort Camping twice and both times the experiences was wonderful. We’ll definitely be returning. Highly recommend
Marcia H: Was fantastic! Kim at check in was such a Joy! We thought we had no power and her partner came very quickly to help us out. A beautiful spot wish we could have stayed longer! Bathrooms nice and clean but remember to bring some loonies for the showers! We were begging for loonies ! Hahaha
Joan Pearson: Fort Camping is a a completely unexpected camping experience. From the prompt responses to any inquiries, the great welcome on arrival, and the lovely setting at the edge of town - we will definitely be back again
Mary-Anne Fish: It’s a very well run campsite. Lovely having Fort Langley right there as well as bike trails. Too bad the Fraser is so muddy but that’s not the campground’s fault.
Lisa Tressel: Love love love this place. We have been coming here for years and will keep coming back. This place is run so well, thankyou to all the employees of this special place.
Attilio Merola: Everything was as expected and up to standard. The only deterrent might have been the location near the traffic center and extra dust with the morning exit and entering of campers.
George West: This is one of our favourite places to camp. It has full hoof ups and sites are a decent size.The staff is friendly and facilities are clean. It is also close enough to walk into town.
Brian Anderson: Clean sites and facilities, close to interesting amenities in Fort Langley and trails in Brae Island Regional Park. We stay here at least once a year. Great place for kids.
Kristen Spanza: Nice people fantastic location for hookups with easy walk to cafes
Jim Kelly: The site was clean. The park is well maintained and we enjoyed our stay.
Janice Trottier: Wonderful experience again this year. Campground clean. Staff polite and friendly. Nice size sites
Clay Rhodenizer: We were looking for a place to stay close to Fort Langley for a quick weekend getaway. We had low expectations for the campground due to other lacklustre private campsites we have tried out in the past. We normally boondock or stay in provincial campgrounds that offer more secluded larger sitesWell I must say we were pleasantly surprised with this campground. Yes there is the normal open style sites but there is sites all along the trees that give you the feeling of some privacy and more usable space without encroaching on your neighbours sites. There are really nice trails alongside the park and Fort Langley is a 10 minute walk away.We plan to make this a regular stop for when we visit the area. Fantastic staff and a really nice comfortable feeling when staying there. 5 stars !!
Erik Hunter Vogel: Great spot, not crammed in. ( No Mosquitos in May!) Showers were clean and appreciated as my hot water tank was O/S. ($2/ 10 mins)Enjoyed the walking trails.

5. Entrée Destinations - Vancouver

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134 Abbott St, Vancouver, BC V6B 2K4, Canada

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Entrée Destinations: what do users think?
samantha temple neukom: I am a mother of a 14yo. Since the time of my divorce, my daughter and I have traveled to 30+ countries on 6 continents. I am the owner of a professional services business, 10+ years with 27+ employees, and sit on the board of two non-profits.Our next adventure was to the Arctic. A friend put me in touch with Entree Destinations. The objective of my trip was the see narwhal (my daughter wanted to see polar bear). After receiving the recommended itinerary, I emailed "I think I'm missing something - this seems too late for narwhals? My understanding is those are in the floe ice and need to be seen in June." They responded, "Not at all - narwhal migrate through the Northwest Passage past Arctic Watch in August… The narwhal… will be around Somerset Island (where Arctic Watch is located) in July and August." They went on to say, "We suggest to add a helicopter day (optional) because it’s a great way to see the narwhals." Upon arriving at Arctic Watch, two separate guides laughed about seeing narwhal, saying "that's highly unlikely." My experience is that Entrée Destinations had no intention or effort put toward delivering on the itinerary they had set forth.The trip was CAD$45,000, including tips fully paid 6 months in advance by wire.While in the Arctic, I experienced being targeted by the owners of the outfit. I don't know why, but it was obvious enough for 2 guests to comment on it, and for at least 1 guide to share they were told not to interact with me. Several times when the outfit had made decisions for me, instead of asking me as they did with other parties led by male guests, I would be told by the outfit and later by Marc Telio, owner of Entrée Destinations, how I “should have” felt about the decisions being made for me.Things culminated with an issue over the timing of the helicopter, which we had paid for back in January, but which didn't happen (but did for the other guests) due to severity in weather. This was at the tail end of day 6 of our 7 days there. I had a brief conversation with one of the owners, during which I was talked down to and disregarded. That triggered something in me. I skipped dinner, contacted my doctor, and sent a note to Entree Destinations and to the outfit. The note concluded, "The lack of respect, genuine openness to seeing me, and honoring me as worthy of direct communication and conversation - versus assumptions or directives - is heartbreaking for me. There isn’t another word for how I am feeling right now.”Upon receiving the note, no one did... anything. Marc sent a note on our last day on the trip saying he wanted to know how to “make things right.” 3 weeks later he continues to email me, and saying things like "the facts are, I said I was willing to step in and help make things right," and yet he has taken zero action to make anything right. I shared what I thought would make it right, which is refunding 30% of the trip, and he balked and said he agreed to only 22% refund, but has not followed through. So, I have since asked him what his ideas are to make it right? “I am all ears,” I replied. I have heard nothing.He has emailed 12+ times in 3 weeks to tell me perhaps I should not have been in the Arctic, or perhaps my experience isn’t real, or perhaps I should feel sorry for him. I have found the correspondence lacking leadership, empathy, or insight. At times he has sunk to name calling. His emails display both emotional and economic fragility. I trusted him with a week of my time and my money, and my adventures with my daughter. He presents himself as the victim. This is not the stance of a leading luxury agency.Entree Destinations failed to act in advocacy of their guest, while I went through what was a damaging experience, with ongoing impact. At this time, after acknowledging a need to repair the situation, they have refused to take any action at all.I cannot in good faith recommend Entree Destinations.Their response to this review says it all...
Darren Prasad: A great luxury tour operator in Canada. They even offer a polar bear safari!
Josh Loewen: They're sort of the default for high end luxury travel in Canada. They do a lot of luxury trips in Alaska but are known a ton for planning wilderness trips on the West Coast up here.

6. Jens outfitters- Camping Equipment Rentals - Richmond

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8385 St George St #8, Vancouver, BC V5X 4P3, Canada

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Jens outfitters- Camping Equipment Rentals: what do users think?
André Nichol: Rent-a-Tent/Jen's Outfitters made my camping trip to BC and Vancouver a very pleasant experience. Great prices, easy loading and helpful advice. Thank you once again!
Jane E: Everything was wonderful. They are super accommodating and nice. We went spontaneous camping and this made it sooo easy, thank you!
Fatih Ege OZAY: Amazing quality and service with honestly, the best prices in town. Easy pick-up and drop-off location. Highly recommended! 5/5
Carl Oh: Extremely friendly staff and the best affordable camping gear for backcountry trips!
Bryan Ma: Rented a 60L bag and a backpacking tent for a Garibaldi Lake / Panorama Ridge overnighter, great quality and service. Will be back for sure!
Alicia Cooper: Quality gear (I rented a tent, sleeping mat and bear spray) and friendly service.

7. John Lawson Park | West Vancouver - West Vancouver

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17th St, West Vancouver, BC V7V 3T3, Canada

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8. CRAB Park at Portside - Vancouver

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101 E Waterfront Rd, Vancouver, BC V6A 4K3, Canada

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9. Lynn Headwaters Regional Park - District of North Vancouver

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4900 Lynn Valley Rd, North Vancouver, BC V7K 3B2, Canada

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