Kin Beach Provincial Park | Established Campground

Canada

Details

Verified:
25 days ago
Altitude:
0.0 masl
Website:
Phone:
250 339 6365
Contributor:
tracie_78

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
Yes - Slow
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
Cold
Water:
Potable
Toilets:
Pit Toilets
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes
Sanitation Dump Station:
No

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Description

Categorized as “C” grade provincial park, this little campground is great. $20 night for single site, pit toilets and fresh water, no showers. Access to the beach, kids play area, outdoor covered area with amazing hearth. Dogs allowed but Onleash. Airforce beach campground is a 20min walk with an open dog-friendly beach.

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The fees were $25/night when I checked in. For Starlink users: there are quite a few trees that can obstruct reception if you are needing to do video meetings. Site #2 in the grass field works great for online meetings. This place is also in the perfect location to enjoy the Canadian Forces Snowbirds spring training

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We stayed here 2 nights while using the mountain bike park in nearby Cumberland a 25 min east drive. Camp ground is well maintained, clean There is an open area mostly level for rvs and some wooded sites as well for small vans or tents. So nice to stay somewhere that is well cared for

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$20 per night for a tent space on the lawn or an RV site in a field. Ocean view with a rock beach. Outdoor cold shower available beside the owner's hut (however there is a camping spot right beside the shower). Clean pit toilet. Generator noise from the Airforce until 9pm, and then a very quiet site. Free Rogers wifi. Camp host is very friendly and has a store with some snacks. No issues getting a site at 6pm on a Wednesday in the summer.

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The campground is fine but just be aware that the beach is very rocky and therefore not really useable, hence the low price. 30 minutes walk to Kai Beach ( Airforce campground ) which is an amazing sand beach. Best to stay at this campground for $31/nt. and have easy access top this incredible beach.

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Fabulous! Clean, friendly, and perfect location.
Ended up staying two nights as the Snowbirds performed twice a day!
The best $20 for a site! Toilets have plants and art decorating them. Well done! Wow
It’s May- so it’s hardly busy here
Highly recommended!

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Not bad for one night. Host/staff were excellent, loved the outdoor shower and little store. We skipped the campground beach and drove to the Air Force Beach just a few minutes away.

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made it our destination on a whim after a recommendation in a pub. beautiful sunsets and we heard beautiful sunrises. outdoor freshwater shower and small store selling ice and treats. recommend you call ahead as
it's popular with locals. see photo for reservation number.

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cute little campground with tenting and sites for rvs and trailers.It has an outdoor beach shower (cold water only) wifi and potable drinking water. $20 a night and and it's 5 min from the Powell River ferry and Comox airport.

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Caregorized as “C” grade provincial park, this little camp ground is great. $20 night for single site, pit toilets and fresh water, no showers. Access to the beach, kids play area, outdoor covered area with amazing hearth. Dogs allowed but Onleash. Airforce beach camp ground is a 20min walk with an open dog friendly beach

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