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Eagle Wind RV Park

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Address: /td> 26920 52nd Ave, Aldergrove, BC, V4W 1N6
    Phone Number: 604-856-6674
    Website: Eagle Wind RV Park
    Latitude   49.09541    
    Longitude   122.47871    
    Campsite Information
    A green check-mark signifies service is available
    Site Quantity: Pad Type: Gravel
    Price: $52 Daily $265 Week Quality: Very good
    Electric 50 Amp Water Sewer
    Big Rig Access Tents Allowed Pull-thrus Group Area
    Handicap Access Waterfront Access Telephone Cable TV
    A green check-mark signifies service is available
    Store Laundry Pool Hot Tub
    Pet Friendly 55+ Park Game Room Playground
    Cabins Dump Station LP Gas Wi-Fi
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    Eagle Wind RV Park Details

    Conveniently located off Highway 1 in Aldergrove, Eagle Wind RV Park takes camping to new heights. Visitors are sure to be drawn to the Whistler-style main building, which features a large common room complete with stone fireplace. It’s the perfect spot to relax with a book, watch the big-screen TV, play foosball or board games after a busy day. As well, the building offers access to a spacious patio, barbecue area, swimming pool and hot tub.

    Recreation near Eagle Wind RV Park

    Visitors will enjoy exploring the surrounding area, which boasts golf courses, wineries, a drive-in movie theater, shopping, farm tours, parks and a zoo. The village of Fort Langley, which features boutiques, antique shops and historical buildings is only minutes away from Eagle Wind. The prime locale also offers easy access to the Fraser Valley, City of Vancouver and United States border crossing.

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    Eagle Wind RV Park, 4.5 out of 5 based on 6 ratings

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    One Response to Eagle Wind RV Park

    1. Tango Traveler on May 3, 2010 at 10:53 am

      We spent two nights at Eagle Wind RV Park. This RV Park is new so everything was in very good condition. The RV Park has a very nice main building with a group area, swimming pool, hot tub and bathrooms. The weather did not allow us to use the pool or hot tub but they looked great. The main bathrooms were clean and well maintained with 2 showers in each. The showers do cost $1 for 6 minutes. I am torn on the idea of paid showers. On one hand, I understand why an RV Park owner would charge to use the showers. Charging somewhat controls how long someone stays in the shower, allowing other guests to have a turn. On the other hand, I am paying close to $40 a night to stay there, the least they can do is give me a free shower. One final thought on the showers, we were told the bathrooms with the showers close at 7:30pm. In my opinion, that is too early. We did stay during “off season” maybe this is why they are locked up so early.

      The RV spaces are gravel with full hook ups. We stayed in a site with 30 amps. The water/sewer hook up is located in about the middle of the site (along the edge) and the power hook up is at the front of the site. I think I understand why the power boxes are at the front of the site, the power box had the campsite number and a light on it. In my opinion, the idea probably seemed good on paper but in reality, not so much. The light on the box shined in and lighted the sleeping portion of our trailer, even with the blinds closed. Also, the power cord had to be stretched and was barely long enough to connect. Tall shrubs have been planted between the camping spaces to allow for privacy, this is a nice touch. At the site we stayed at, grass had been planted across the back of the site. Again, this is a new park so the grass was not fully grown in yet. I would have liked to have seen less grass and more gravel to park my trailer on. Since you can’t put your stabilizers on the grass, I didn’t have enough room to park my truck at the site, but parking was very close so I didn’t mind. I could see other motor homes had similar issues with the gravel length at the camping sites, if they went far enough back to be able to park in front of their rig, their rigs wheels were sunk in the muddy new grass.

      Eagle Wind RV Park is a very nice park. It was the nicest of all of the ones we looked at in the area. We will stay there again. It is a new park and I see it getting nothing but better.

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