Beach Club Resort
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
TripAdvisor Reviews Beach Club Resort Parksville
Travel Blogs from Parksville
... detours to see the coastline and seaside resorts and houses. After finding a Motel and checking in ($69) we took a drive further up the coast to a place called Qualicum Beach. A really nice place with lots of accommodation and restaurants right on the beach. We parked here and took a stroll along the beach/promenade. There were three people in swimming which surprised us so I thought I'd test the water and it turned out to be surprisingly ...
... with how nice the grounds are kept and how well the animals that can’t return to wild get looked after.
Close by is the Little Qualicum Falls, we started our walk at the Lower Bridge and make our way to the Higher Bridge, all the National Parks in Canada are beautifully maintained, the mossy gorge was spectacular and it was a decent length walk also for some exercise, that we’ve not had time for being on the go all the time.
Lunch was ...
... John and meet some very interesting people in the camping grounds with whom our nights were filled with stories and music over the camp fire. Also got to meet Fred Penner! Who doesn't love him!!?? Such a sweet old man...though I do wonder how old he is, seeing as he doesn't look to have aged since I used to watch him on tv everyday when I was like 5....I'll google that later. I also was able to get over to Vancouver to visit my sister Patricia for a ...
... yet before we decided to pull up and check the map... Good thing we did because the trail was still 7km away - I'm betting the website meant it was a 15min DRIVE there haha, it was just written in a bit of a misleading way. Sooo we turned around and headed back to camp - it was a bit annoying but a good bit of exercise there anyhow! Back inside the campgrounds are a few other trails so we headed along the Hydro Trail for a bit and came out at the Nanaimo River. We stopped ...
... of unbroken misery. Easy check-in and luggage storage, free coffee and muffins in a comfortable lounge, and free Wifi and computers. The Captain guided us along the dock area on a beautiful sunny day, and even packed our luggage in the hold- if transiting from one place to another was always this much fun, we might never stop traveling!! The take-off and landing involved dodging a couple of wayward boats but it was actually a ...