We are a cashless Campground
As of October 14th, 2022 we will no longer be accepting any form of cash payments. We now only accept Visa, Master Card and Debit for all transactions in the office store, booking reservations and at The Brew Mountain Café. Our laundry facilities will remain as coin operated accepting quarters, loonies and toonies.
Please make sure your kids are under control and within eye sight at all times. We have been experiencing a lot of unattended children who have been bugging other guest, being disruptive, and destructive. The park is not a free for all for kids to run around as they please and parent to not know their whereabouts’. Things like throwing rocks, running through other sites, breaking provided sports equipment (golf clubs, ping pong paddles, frisbees etc.) will not be tolerated. Parents must be present for all activities on the property. Unattended children will be asked their site number; parents will be advised and sites will be charge accordingly. Please respect others, and our property so everyone can have an enjoyable stay at our park.
Generator hours are from 8:00 am -10:00 am, 12:00 pm -2:00 pm, and 5:00 pm -7:00 pm. You are only allowed to run it for a maximum of 45 mins during the designated time periods. THIS RULE IS NOT IN EFFECT FOR WINTER
The speed limit in the park is 10 KM an hour. We do not tolerate speeding in our campground. We are very family friendly and have tons of kids playing near and on the roads.
Fires and Cooking Methods
Please check at the office or see the signs posted if fires are permitted. British Columbia is prone to forest fires and there could be a fire ban on in the area. If there is a fire ban the use of charcoal BBQs and any wood burning methods are prohibited. The use of propane fire pits and propane/gas BBQs are allowed. Please do not ever leave fires unattended. Fire wood is for sale at the office for $12 per bundle. Please do not burn over sized pieces of wood, if it doesn’t fit in the fire pit do not burn it. Please don’t gather large wood from the area around your campsite or elsewhere in the park. Any cutting of trees in our park is prohibited. Please make sure you put your fire out before leaving your site; neglecting to do so can result in a fine.
The fire ban status can be found at: https://wfapps.nrs.gov.bc.ca/pub/wfwx-danger-summary-war/dangerSummary?fireCentre=Coastal%20Fire%20 Centre Whistler falls under CHEAKAMUS. If the rating is at 4 or higher there is a fire ban on in Whistler. If it is at a 3 or under there is no fire ban. This information is updated at 2pm everyday. Unfortunately the predicted data can change quickly depending on the weather.
Quiet time is 10pm to 8am daily. This is for Gatherings, music, any noise. Please respect your neighbors and allow them to have a good sleep as well. We have nightly security to enforce this. Anyone not listening to security will be asked to leave the next day and are also subject to fines if other people demand refund. We are a family friendly campground and want everyone to enjoy their time here.
ATV / Dirt Bikes / Snowmobiles
ATVS & Dirt Bikes QUIET TIME: The quiet time for ATVs and dirt bikes is 10am – 7pm. We are a ATV and dirt bike friendly Campground and we do not want to stop small kids from having fun and learning but some guide lines to follow are:
- NO HOT LAPPING. Kids driving in the park need to be respectful. We are all for kids learning and having fun but we do not want to disturb other guests. Please supervise and limit your children to only so many laps around one area in the park as circling sections of the park repetitively for long amounts of time is a disturbance to other guests.
- Idle in and idol out with in the park gates to the trails.
- No underage kids driving full sized ATVs unattended in the park. Normal road rules apply. 16 years of age and over.
- Speed Limit is 10 km. If your kid can go faster then this comfortably please take them to the trails.
- No wheelies, again the speed limit is 10km.
- At the back of the park near site 55 there is a trail that is nice to even just go sit and watch your kids go back and forth on. Its close and they can lap it all they want.
We have security to enforce this. If you would like to make a noise complaint please call 604.905.2523 to dispatch our security. Please also be courteous and do not leave outdoor lights on all night.
Driving and parking in Whistler
TRAFFIC: Traffic can be really bad heading north as the highway we are located on is the only way into Whistler. Weekends and events are especially busy and can cause traffic delays from 45 minutes up to 2 hours. The main busy hours are 8am – 10am and 3pm – 6pm. Please be aware of events going on and plan your travels accordingly.
PARKING & TRANSPORTATION TO WHISTLER: Access to and from our park is only done by driving with your own vehicle or a Taxi. We are not walking distance, we are not near any bus routes and biking into town is 17 km of highway witch is not a common form of transportation. Lot 3 in Whistler is for RVs, but seems to get full pretty quick!
Extra Parking in the Park
We do allow extra vehicles on your site at no extra cost, as long as they do not park on the road way or are hanging out over the road. If they do not fit please park in the extra parking by the tent section across from sites 217 and 218. There is also extra parking at the very back of the park beside site 56.
Tips About The Ferry
The BC Ferry Schedule can be found at https://www.bcferries.com/m/schedules/mainland/hbna-current.php
The closest Ferry To us to get to and from Vancouver Island is Horseshoe Bay. This ensures that you will not have to go through Downtown Vancouver with your big rig. For this Ferry you pay per inch and it is highly recommended to book in advance as the Ferry is very busy and wait times can be hours long. Also with RVs / Trailers there is only room on the lower deck so they only allow so many on.
All garbage belongs in the dumpsters up at the front office. This is due to the wild life in the area. We have tons of bears in the area and we do not want them to be attracted to the park. We ask that you keep all garbage locked in your vehicles over night or when the site is left unattended. Do not leave bags of garbage outside even for a minute as birds tend to quickly come and make a mess. If the dumpster is full then please take your garbage with you; do not leave it outside of the bin or so that the doors do not close, fines may be issued if this occurs.
We now have a septic dumping station on site! Along with a potable or non-potable water fill up station. For potable drinking water please bring your own hose to fill up your holding tank, container, etc. Our dumping station is free to all our guests or if you are not a guest there is a $20 dumping fee. The dump station is located in-between site 94 and 201 with easy back in access to the hook ups.
Please clean up after your pets! All pets should be kept on leash when not on your site. Pets should not be left unattended or in anyway become a nuisance to other guest. Excess barking will not be tolerated and can potentially result in being asked to leave at owners expense. Pets are $5
Please do not hang anything off of our smaller trees. We are trying to grow a lot of trees in the park and they are very sensitive. Any cutting of trees in our park is prohibited. Please don’t gather firewood from the area around your campsite or elsewhere in the park as this is all part of the natural ecosystem.
Firearms and Drone Usage
Firearms, fireworks, projectile weapons, any type of guns (pellet, BB, air soft, bows and arrows) are prohibited on Whistler RV Park property. Drone usage is prohibited as well for the privacy of others in the park.
We do allow smoking on our property however, please be aware of your surroundings and where your smoke is drifting to. We ask that you visit our little smoking station at the office to pick up an ash tray and to dispose of your butts/ashes when you leave. We do not want butts all over the ground or in our fire pits. Please be courteous of others around you when smoking.
Hot Tubs and Pools
Unfortunately we do not allow people to bring pools or hot tubs and set them up on the property. It is to much of a liability with kids running around and with how busy we are. This is strictly enforced.