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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      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

      Travel Blogs from Parksville

      Start the New Year with a swim!

      A travel blog entry by karob52 on Jan 02, 2014

      9 comments, 3 photos

      ... It was definitely cold (I am guessing about 50 degrees) but the shocking part was the salty water. I knew it was salty but I was expecting mild salty and this was severe salty. YECH!!!

      I also celebrated New Years Day by going to a neighbor's New Years Day party ...

      Off to "the island" :)

      A travel blog entry by benny_and_loz on Apr 30, 2013

      2 comments, 110 photos

      ... surprised that it even worked. Still it was nice to have a quick chat and also see Michelle's growing baby belly - so exciting! :) We'll have to try again soon when we're staying somewhere with wifi :) Thursday 25.04.13: Anzac Day today and a big happy birthday to Luke :) xx We went for another walk first thing this morning & it's shaping up to be another beautiful day :) There was a squirrel playing around in our campsite when we got back - I think people must feed ...

      Back Home - Final Blog Entry

      A travel blog entry by leisurologist on Apr 20, 2013

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... more kangaroos and koalas, up close but in enclosed spaces. They also had other native Australian animals (crocodiles, dingoes, Tasmanian devils, echidnas). They also had a couple of Sumatran tigers, which are endangered species with only about 400 still alive. The reserve has special feeding times when they put on talks about the animals and give information about their lifestyle etc. There were several school children present when we were there, so it makes a ...

      Christmas in Canada

      A travel blog entry by alvrez on Dec 25, 2011

      7 photos

      ... yous’. Then a tradition of the Scandanavian part of Uncle Kurt’s family with pickled herrings, boiled eggs & toast for breakfast.

      Another second cousin of Fred’s (Karl) offered to try and find us some snow up in the Nanaimo Lake’s area, but after a long drive (through some very pretty countryside and some 4WD back roads) we still couldn’t see any ...

      Travel Day!

      A travel blog entry by hollieohs on May 06, 2011

      17 photos

      ... location, close to the Canal Tours, right in the center of all the shopping, internet cafes, and restaurants. The hotel itself was a converted building, and was pretty neat. Of course with the time change it was already May 7th in Amsterdam, and we arrived around noon their time. So that ended our travel day, more or less. Since it was noon we didn't go to bed, although we were both super tired, and we explored Amsterdam. So I'll continue on the May 7th entry. ...