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Moderator please close the place: brand new sign "Camping and Overnight Parking Prohibited"Report Check-In
unfortunately there is a brand new sign "Camping and Overnight Parking Forbidden", too badReport Check-In
Nice spot, more people here. Today arrived policeman to check the cars. just asked if i drunk alcohol and if everything is OK. I asked if is it possible to stay in the car and then had no problem with it. Tent next to me also wasn't problem for them.Report Check-In
Best spot close to Vancouver but so quiet ! Locals with VR told us it's probably the best spot less than 1 hour from Vancouver to stay close to a river and it's really quiet.Report Check-In
great spot. Lots of kayakers and cyclists when we first got here. In the evening there were 3 camper vans (including us). 3 more came later in the night. lots of space though. In the morning, lots of kayakers showed up buy was not particularly disturbing. Picnic tables made a nice place to have dinner and breakfast. Porta potties were fine, but not glamorous 😀 Would definitely stop here again!Report Check-In
Great overnight location at the Alouette River. Parking lot. Two other van’s stayed the night. Flat gravel bike path along the river. No problemsReport Check-In
as described nice convenient quiet parking lot among farms next to river with mountain views, big sky great sunset/ sunrise, plenty of spaces, porta-shitter, full ATT service, a few other overnighters on SaturdayReport Check-In
Great little spot, busy during the day but if you come late there’s only other campers/RV’s there! Left at 8am no one bothered us, plus there’s 2 porta potties!Report Check-In
Parkplatz am Dyke Trail. Gut besucht am frühen Abend (gegen 18 Uhr). Viele Familien und Kanufahrer. Es gab aber noch freie Parkplätze. Am Abend kamen einige Einheimische mit Hunden vorbei. Wenn man am Parkplatz vorbeifährt, gibt es kaum Wendemöglichkeiten!
Gut für die erste Nacht nach dem RV-Pickup in Vancouver.
Clean, quiet parking lot with an outhouse. Few other cars/vans. Good place to stop for a nightReport Check-In
Stayed one night here. No issues with trail/lot users. Too rainy to walk out on the trail! Toilet was disgusting.Report Check-In
Arrived after the sun set. Two vehicles were in the parking lot. It was quiet with the occasional car passing by. No one bothered us. Bonus was the trail to walk the dog in the morning.Report Check-In
Very quiet spot, there was only one other van. We did not have any problems and slept well. It was rainy so we did not get to see the sunrise unfortunately.Report Check-In
Nice and clean parking lot. Myself and two other vans stayed for the night. Watching the sunrise was incredible from there. Locals started to show up around 7am but didn’t see to mind. Better then the hot condo in this insane heat wave!Report Check-In
Awesome spot, there was like 8 other cars there who were clearly also staying overnight so it felt quite safe. Toilet nearby was really clean.Report Check-In
Nice place to spend the night. Parking was packed until 8pm. it was totally empty by 9pm. some noise from Hwy 7 and a train. I would stay here again.Report Check-In
I got a knock on my door last night at 1am, police just checking said it was unusual to have over nighters this time of year...Report Check-In
Good place to sleep overnight. We have a 28ft RV. Went for a hike in the morning, there’s a portapotty, and a river that you can kayak in. Pretty quiet at night, but the parking lot was full in the morning (sunny Saturday morning).Report Check-In
Nice place to spend the night in your car/RV. Lots of picnic tables on one side of the parking. The two construction toilets were really clean. Last night we were alone, but locals come in as early as 6am to walk their dogs. Please pack out what you take in so this area won’t get shut down!Report Check-In
Probably one of the nicest spot by Vancouver as it is not just a car park in the city... Busy place though because a lot of locals come by for kayaking or to walk their dog. The two toilets were unfortunately disgusting but you got picnic tables and you can even pop a tent on the grass. Locals are friendly but try to get up early so you won't annoy them...Report Check-In
Good place to stay the night. Was super busy by 9am with kayakers so no lie in hahaReport Check-In
Was busy with day use people up to 10pm we parked at the back and it was fairly level ... we had a great sleep and woke up early as people started to arrive by 6;30 7:00amReport Check-In
Nice and quiet, 2 toilets, only one other camper besides us. Tables and benches next to the river. Got busy in the morning with runners and dog walkers. Would go there again!Report Check-In
So nice been here with two campers the last few nights, please dispose your trash nicelyReport Check-In
Nice spot on the river with toilets and picnic tables at a trailhead. We stayed on a Saturday night so by Sunday morning there were a lot of people coming through. Everyone was so friendly and up for a chat. Nearby road is a little noisy.Report Check-In
stayed overnight. everything was fine. leafblower guys in morning but they were pretty chillReport Check-In