Thunderbird RV Park
Campbell River, Vancouver Island, BC, Canada.
2660 Spit Road Campbell River BC – Tel: 250-286-3344
“In the heart of Campbell River”
Whether you are a first time camper or an experienced enthusiast, you will find that our Campbell River RV Park offers quality camping facilities in beautiful surroundings. Escape, relax, enjoy and yet have all amenities close at hand.
Thunderbird RV Park and Campground in Campbell River has provided year round accommodations to serve you for over 30 years. Our rv park is located extremely close to all amenities and features 77 beautiful serviced sites and 15 non serviced tent sites to suit your camping needs including spacious big rig friendly pull-through and ocean view sites.
We cater to a range of guests with full-service 30 Amp and 50 Amp RV sites, as well as Tent Sites with no hook ups. All sites are easily accessible and levelled. We offer well-maintained sites in a wonderful setting that provides you with comfort you deserve for a relaxing holiday. Our park offers immaculate facilities, which will help you get back to the basics of camping in comfort.
Our Campbell River RV park is the destination of choice for a truly fantastic family vacation idea on Vancouver Island. We take pride in offering our guests a clean, safe, and secure place to visit and enjoy the beauty of Vancouver Island. It’s all here waiting for you at the Thunderbird RV Park and Campground located in the heart of Campbell River.
Being centrally located be sure to visit the many fine Restaurants and specialty shops that Campbell River has to offer or visit Discovery Fishing Pier and drop a line in the water while enjoying a coffee or waffle ice cream cone. It’s all here waiting for you to explore, maybe cycle or walk Campbell River’s 8km Seawalk.
A peaceful and scenic experience awaits you at the Thunderbird RV Park and Campground.
Campbell River is known to be the gateway to the north and west of Vancouver Island. Many of our guests will make Thunderbird RV Park a home base during their stay and branch out on day trips to explore the northern island on Hwy 19 or take in the beauty of what nature has to offer while driving to the west on Hwy 28 through Strathcona Park and explore the many lakes and trails in the area or further West to Gold River maybe take a day trip on the Uchuck 111 to Friendly Cove on Nootka Island to the very west of the Vancouver Island.