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For city side camping, this campground is about as good as it gets. Friendly and helpful staff, clean showers, lots of trees and shade, water, showers etc.
The downside is port-o-potties in the camp loop that were extremely overused. Thankfully we were upwind at our...More
This was our first time staying here at Mtn fun, and both my wife and I agree it is a definite must place to see and return to. They have many types of sites wether service or non service. We stayed in "purple 9" and...More
This about the 4th time we've stayed here. It's just like a provincial campsite except with hookups. Mountain biking right around the corner. Can't go wrong coming here. The new staff is just as friendly as the old staff. Sites are very private. Have everything...More
Always a great stay. Port a potties and access to the main bathroom within easy reach. Campsites on the mountain and river side have most shade. Charging station and wifi are close enough. Lots of families.
Stayed only one night on our way up to Whistler, but what a lovely location and super friendly staff! Got a huge, drive-in spot next to the cliff which made set-up a snap. Kids loved climbing on the rocks and trees. The showers were clean,...More
Hi Chris N,
I have worked at Wonderland Valley Resort since May and have not seen them. I recommend trying to view the Northern lights in the months of September to March and you may want to try heading much further... More
Hi Chris N,
I have worked at Wonderland Valley Resort since May and have not seen them. I recommend trying to view the Northern lights in the months of September to March and you may want to try heading much further north. Squamish is very close to Vancouver which will effect the viewing due to the light pollution from a large city.