Camperland RV Resort

Ultimate Resort

53730 Bridal Falls Road


British Columbia


(604) 794–7361

Open: April 1 through October 31

Located in the beautiful Fraser River Valley, Camperland RV Resort is just a short distance from the Canadian border, Bridal Veil Falls, and Mt. Cheam. Skiing, hiking, fishing, rockhounding, and whitewater rafting are just a few of the recreational activities that can be enjoyed in the surrounding area. To the north of the resort is the town of Hope, a scenic terminal for sightseers in the area. You can follow the Trans-Canada Highway farther north to Fraser Canyon and enjoy the spectacular view of Holy Cross Mountain, Mount Hope, Mount Ogilvie, Lake of the Woods, and Kawkawa Lake. You can also travel the Hope-Princeton Highway (Highway 3) east into the 165,270-acre Manning Provincial Park. This 83-mile easy, roller coaster-type drive goes from near sea level at Hope and ascends to 4,416 feet at the summit of Allison Pass. Following this colorful route will take you past alpine meadows filled with summer blossoms as well as the Dewdney Trail and Rhododendron Flats.

Facilities / Amenities: This resort offers a clubhouse, restaurant, country store, laundromat, heated outdoor swimming pool, spa, sauna, exercise room and equipment, playground, horseshoes, basketball, miniature golf, movies, arcade game room, river fishing (license required), hiking trails, and golf and driving range nearby. Dump station.

Peak: May 15 through September 14

Sites: 150 Full / 3 Partial / 5 No Hookup

Electrical: 50 amps

Maximum RV Length: 40 ft.

Check in: Monday – Saturday, Noon to 9 PM; Sunday/Holiday Monday, 3 PM to 9 PM Check out: Noon Maximum



For expanded driving directions click on directions link in resort callout.

Directions: From Vancouver, travel east on Hwy. 1. Take Bridal Falls Exit 135 16 miles past Chilliwack. Follow frontage road to park entrance 1/4 mile past Dinotown. From Hope, travel 35 km west on Hwy.1. Take Exit 138. turn left and take overpass to north side of highway. Follow frontage road to park entrance.

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