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Whistler RV Park and Campground
1000-1051 Highway 99
Whistler, British Columbia, Canada
'604.905.2523
July 13-15, 2015

COMMENTS & PERSONAL OBSERVATIONS OF THE TWO RV GYPSIES. These comments do not make the campground good or bad in general.

This campground is nestled in the alpine forests of the spectacular Coast Mountain range and is 18 km from Whistler Village, and about 90 minutes drive to Vancouver. Wow! What a view the two RV Gypsies had out of their front window at Whistler RV Park (see photos below). They woke up each morning to the breathtaking view of Black Tusk and Whistler Mountain right outside their RV.

The park provided free Wi-Fi at sites that worked relatively fast, but was not secured. The park was big rig friendly. The site that the two RV Gypsies had was extra long (the longest site they ever had in eight years of traveling in a big RV), sewer, water and 50 amp electricity, but NO TV at all. No pool. No rec hall. There was also free Village shuttle which the two RV Gypsies did not use.

Whistler RV Park and Campground is open year-round, and occupies 104 acres, with 102 fully serviced RV sites and 44 seasonal private tent sites, bathrooms, hot showers, and a dish washing station all of which the two RV Gypsies did not use.. Pets welcome at no charge.

The road up to the campground was quite steep and had several big curves. All-in-all one of the most relaxing, scenic RV park the two RV Gypsies have found in the eight years of their full-time travels. (Although every now and then a train horn could be faintly heard).

the entrance to Whistler RV Park
sign at entrance of Whistler RV Park

curvy roadThe entry was steep and had several sharp curves.

steep and long entry road at Whistler RV Park
several sharp curves in the road

Whistler RV Park sign

Below: signs outside the office

sign outside the office

sign outside the office

game outside

game outside

Brew Mountain Cafe, next to site 93

The start of the campsites

Brew Mountain Cafe

Whistler RV Park

teepee at Whistelers RV Park

teepee

One of the sites had a replica of a gondola at the edge of the cliff.

gondola at the edge of the cliff

gondola at the edge of the cliff

Below: The site of the two RV Gypsies before the RV was parked there. It was a very long site with a picnic table and fire ring by the edge of the cliff.

the new yard of the two RV Gypsies:

picnic table

Below: The RV before it pulled into the site and after it parked in the site. Behind the RV was a big wooded hill. In front of the RV, there was a big cliff with great views of the mountains.

the RV of the two RV Gypsies

the RV of the two RV Gypsies

Below: Several different views of the two RV Gypsies' RV and surrounding scenery.

paranorama at Whistler RV Park

the RV of the two RV Gypsies

the RV of the two RV Gypsies

beautiful day

It was a bit cool out, but the two RV Gypsies had lunch at the picnic table (something they seldom do) because they just wanted to enjoy the beautiful view behind their RV. Photos can not do justice to such amazing scenery.

picnic time

the two RV Gypsies having lunch

Below: The scenery was so amazing, that the two RV Gypsies took lots of pictures of the mountains, including Whistler Mountain and Black Tusk.

panorama of scenery at Whsitler's RV Park

panorama of scenery at Whsitler's RV Park

scenery at Whsitler's RV Park

scenery at Whsitler's RV Park

panorama of scenery at Whsitler's RV Park

mountain

scenery at Whsitler's RV Park

scenery at Whsitler's RV Park

scenery at Whsitler's RV Park

Lee Duquette and fireweed

From where Lee was standing in the photo above, he looked down the cliff and saw the horse farm and people riding horses on the trail below, so he took a few photos.

horse stable horses on the riding trail

horses on the riding trail

horses on the riding trail

horses on the riding trail

BLACK TUSK - different days, different weather and lighting

BLACK TUSK

BLACK TUSK

BLACK TUSK BLACK TUSK

FIREWEED

fireweed

fireweed

Lee has two faces!

laughing critterLee Duquette has 2 faces

Below: The only wildlife the two RV Gypsies saw in the campground.

chipmunk chipmunk
chipmunk chipmunk

On the last day in this campground, the two RV Gypsies were just arriving back at their site when they spotted a rainbow, so Karen quickly snapped a few photos as she got into the RV. It was raining.

rainbow

rainbow

rainbow

rainbow

Below: The actual view from inside the RV, looking out the front window.

view from inside the RV,

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