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Country Maples RV Resort

  • 9010 Trans Canada Highway, RR1
  • Chemainus BC V0R 1K4
  • (250) 246-2078 | Fax: (250) 246-2038
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Quality RV Resort with lots of space, grassy and shaded sites. 160 sites off Hwy, heated pool, mini golf, clubhouse, playground. West side of Hwy 1, 1/2 mile south of Henry Road. Nearby golf, fishing, antique and curio shops, Chemainus murals.

Amenities Camping
  • Sites: 160
  • Operating Season: Open All Year
  • Campsite Rates: 4 Persons Partial Service (power/water) $57 (Sun-Thur) $62 (Fri-Sat) $66 (Long Weekends); Serviced $59 (Sun-Thur) $65 (Fri-Sat) $68 (Long Weekends); Tenting $46 (Sun-Thur) $50 (Fri-Sat) $52 (Long Weekends). Off-Season Serviced $32. Reservation fee.
  • Cancellation Policy: CP 7 days $10 plus tax. Within 7 days charged one night stay.
  • Pets Permitted:
  • Pet Policy and Rates: Pet Charge
  • Seasonal Campsite Rentals:
  • Driving Directions: Travelling North on Hwy #1: park entrance is 18km N of Duncan. Entrance road is on left side of hwy. Proceed N and follow designated "U Turn" route at Henry Rd. Travelling South on Hwy #1: Go 1.5 km past Fuller Lake Motel at Henry Road. Exit lane allows slowing before park entrance.
  • 30 Amp Service:
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Amenities General
  • Accept Reservations:
  • Convenience Store:
  • Debit Cards Accepted:
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  • MC & VISA Credit Cards Accepted:
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