Riverbend Resort

Address: 1-924 East Island Highway, Parksville, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, V9P 1R6, Canada | Campground
 
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This campground, located on 1-924 East Island Highway, Parksville, is near Rathtrevor Beach Provincial Park and Englishman River Falls Provincial Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Parksville

    Parksville Paradise Fun

    A travel blog entry by raroboy on May 25, 2015

    97 photos

    ... the bridge on the cool stones.

    On the way in Paul said "will you remember every turn we took and find the way back" and Gine said not necessary we won’t come back here… so much for not remembering… but then we came back to the road and found our way out.


    Sun and Sand
    So back right ...

    Two Birthdays this year!

    A travel blog entry by abeliwasierisaw on Oct 10, 2013

    10 photos

    ... in total, first 18 were tame in lagoon golf, however the last 18 in mountain golf were a real challenge.

    It was great to have a laugh, as we ribbed each other during each game, there were some funny moments, especially when the ball returned to the same spot after putting and surprisingly Dad and I got an eagle on a hole each, where we only took one swing and it was in the hole.

    First 18 holes - Dad won, then it went me and then Mum, Second 18 ...

    Off to "the island" :)

    A travel blog entry by benny_and_loz on Apr 30, 2013

    2 comments, 110 photos

    ... but its really big (over 300 campgrounds) and set in 53 acres of forest and riverland so it reminds me a bit of a provincial park. The only real downside is that you look down into the neighbours campgrounds due to the way the hill has been cut to give most sites an ocean view. It's very mild outside as there's no wind so it's perfect to be sitting outside around the campfire, it just feels a bit weird and intrusive to be peering down into the neighbours sites.... Saturday ...

    OUR LAST SWAN SONG! BILL MIGHT CALL IT A DUCK CALL

    A travel blog entry by dancejill on Oct 27, 2012

    26 photos

    ... BREAD AND BUNS OUT ON THE TABLE (SPECIAL ORDERS WERE DELIVERED). WE SAT WITH JOANNE'S NEIGHBOURS JACK AND ANOTHER NEIGHBOUR ANN. THEY SERVED DANTY SANDWICHES, DANTIES, TEA & COFFEE, AND MORE OF ANYTHING YOU WOULD LIKE. THERE WERE RAFFLES AND PRIZES TO PURCHASE TICKETS ON. YOU COULD BUY SOME SMALL GIFTS ANYWHERE FROM .50 CENTS TO $2. THEY ARE SURPRISES AS TO WHAT IS INSIDE. THE SERVERS WERE BUSY GOING ...

    Hooray for a roof

    A travel blog entry by solinski on Jul 20, 2012

    7 photos

    We woke up this morning to the sound of rain. It is a relief we are inside a house and not out in our tent. The day is suppose to be mostly grey and cool but not a lot of rain.

    After a leisurely breakfast, we got started on some laundry. I guess "some" isn't quite the right word - maybe a lot is better. Barb and Denis were kind enough to let us use their washer and dryer to get through ...