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Salmon Point Resort RV Park & Marina

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Address: /td> 2176 Salmon Point Rd, Campbell River, BC, V9H 1E
Phone Number: (250) 923-6605
Website: Salmon Point Resort RV Park & Marina
Latitude   49.88804    
Longitude   -125.12629    
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Site Quantity: 155 Pad Type:
Price: Quality: Great Campground
Electric 50 Amp Water Sewer
Big Rig Access Tents Allowed Pull-thrus Group Area
Handicap Access Waterfront Access Telephone Cable TV
Amenities
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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Salmon Point Resort RV Park & Marina Details

155 sites, 0 PullThru's, 25' wide, 60' long, 50 amps

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Salmon Point Resort RV Park & Marina, 1.9 out of 5 based on 1 rating

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  1. KevinBacon on May 27, 2011 at 11:14 am

    We stayed here with a number of other families with young children. It’s greatest shortcoming was its surprisingly poor customer service and unfriendliness toward our young kids. The site manager was on edge and unpredictable, and unprovoked, lost her cool on more than one occasion. When we arrived, despite having made our reservation well in advance, the manager told us that we hadn’t and that we could not stay! There seem to be some ongoing communication issues between staff. Fortunately, we were able to work through that hostility. The outdoor pool was not yet operational despite promises that it would be ready. Our kids were understandably disappointed, having packed all their pool gear and toys. At the last night of our stay, the site manager interrupted our multi-family dinner, and made a big scene bursting with hostility, launching inaccurate accusations about avoidance of paying of registration fees toward me and another parent, and complained that some children playing outside, were unsupervised. This hostility was more than unprofessional. When the site manager learned of her mistake, she did not apologize, but instead simply disappeared for the remainder of the evening, which we appreciated. The games room was not at all as suggested. Our kids spent a minute in there on the first day and never returned. There were four or five video games, obscure never-before-heard-of-titles that our kids our kids elected not to try, despite having a pocket full of quarters. The playground was small and offered little equipment. Our kids spent a few minutes there but lost interest quickly. The highlights for most kids were building fires near the rocky beach (just days before the summer fire ban began in May), playing road hockey with sticks we brought), and riding bikes, although the site manager was uptight about this at times, expecting our kids to having adult escorts. The adult hot tub was closed at 9pm despite its posted and promised close time of 10pm. Our family stayed in a permanent RV. The propane oven and stove top internal lighter switches were broken. The outdoor barbeque had the same problem. We were able to figure out a work around, although the handheld lighter provided also did not work. We were able to track down a staff person and have it exchanged. We made the most of our time and really enjoyed our company; however, I cannot recommend this resort which is more accurately a campground. In the very least, be sure to get everything in writing as the site manager is somewhat prone to forgetting prior arrangements and has turned unpredictably hostile on more than one occasion.

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    • admin on May 27, 2011 at 11:30 am

      I personally can’t agree or disagree with this review because I haven’t stayed at Salmon Point RV Park but I can say, as a parent of of two kids, I have experienced similar attitudes at other campgrounds. One of the primary reasons why me and my family go camping is for our children so they can experience the outside world and get away from the normal grind. On the few occasions where we have experienced hosts or campground staff that are less polite to my children just because they are kids. We make it a point not to go there again. After all, we want our kids to have a positive experience. We try to teach our kids to have respect for adults. When adults don’t show respect for our kids, it makes it a little hard.

      On the other hand, I have stayed at campgrounds where parents let their kids go crazy and are completely oblivious or don’t care what their kids are doing. This type of behavior shows no respect for the other campers. This doesn’t bother me as much during the day but during the quiet hours, parents need to be parents and get their kids under control.

      It all boils down to respecting each other.

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