After a two week visit at Seal Bay, we were already delighted with our experience here - but when our new RV dealership left us stranded there without the promised move to our next location, we were completely lost & bewildered. The staff at Seal Bay jumped to our rescue, with office staff tracking a vacant site for us to relocate to temporarily while site staff moved our 5th wheel between spots for us! We were calmed, assisted, and could not have felt more looked after. They rock!
Love all the wood carvings. Very nice layout lots of room. All full hookups. Not far from Comox and close to the Ferry to Powell River. Very quiet and off the road, also the property has lots of mature trees. Must be close to the airport by the number of planes you see though they are not noisy.
We have just returned from spending 5 days at Seal Bay and can’t say enough good things about our stay there. From reservations, check in and our time in the park. This was our 8th time staying with them and we will be returning again next season 😍
We have stayed at Seal Bay every summer and fall since buying our RV 3 years ago and plan to continue to do so as long as we can. The park is beautiful and so well cared for. Regarding a previous review which I read we saw no standing dead trees anywhere that could cause us a problem. The owner is constantly working at making the park a beautiful and friendly place to be. When we go camping with our group we use the group camping sites that are clean, level and large enough for any of our units. The staff makes sure that every camper has a good experience and they go out of their way to help whenever needed. In response to a comment that I saw regarding aggressive dogs, pets are welcome and we have never had a problem with our dog or anyone else's dog while camping there and I certainly don't believe that the cell towers cause the dogs to be aggressive. The campground is close to shopping so it's only a short drive to stock up on anything that we need or may have forgotten to bring. The owner will not hesitate to remove a camper who is causing trouble for others and goes out of his way to make sure that everyone has a good experience in his park. All in all I would consider this park one of the best campgrounds on Vancouver Island and would highly recommend it to anyone who wants a great camping experience. One of the very best on Vancouver Island.…
We come back to Seal Bay year after year and it never disappoints us. Owners and staff are great. Washrooms and club house are clean. We are already booked for two weekends next year. They accomodate our group. Nice walking trails near by. Quiet area to ride bikes.
We were a Seal Bay RV Resort 4 times this year and it is one of the best on the island. Very friendly and accommodating. For group camping they provide free fire wood The wooded area surrounding the resort is fantastic for walks. Definitely recommend it.
Our camping club stays here twice a year for four days. We all love to stay here and highly recommend this place. Such a beautiful resort, staff and owner goes above and beyond to make your stay very enjoyable.
We will not again stay here. While we would not have chosen to be put into the fish bowl of a group site, it was lucky as there were standing dead, danger trees throughout the treed sites. Any of them could fall during a wind storm, so common on the Island. if you are EMF sensitive, you do not want to stay here as there is a huge cell tower right next to the campsites and WIFI repeaters at every 3rd site. Cell towers provide a good income to the property owner. While there, several people remarked how their dogs were inexplicably irritable and aggressive. Recycling was restricted to those items for which deposits are returned. No plastics. Despite being spitting distance to a cell tower, texts and emails from my phone were blocked even with data, until I purchased WIFI. The trash bins were overflowing for 3 days before being emptied, potentially attracting bears which then can become habituated and then killed for being a 'nuisance.' Overall, a poorly run campground with an obvious priority of generating income rather than a balance of interest in business, safety, environmental stewardship and a pleasant guest experience.…
I called Seal Bay RV Park to make reservations for the winter months and the lady that answered was very nice and said there was alot of spots left and I wasn't able to pay at the moment so she told me to call when i'm able to and the next time i called this really IGNORANT LADY answers and tells me she has no time to make reservations for long term and that she will look and call me back and so I did not hear from her so I called after 4:00 and the other lady told me i was too late that everything is booked WOW what kind of service is that and she told me to keep calling to check for cancelations so that is what i did today just to be yelled at by the same lady name T who was EXTREMELY IGNORANT VERY RUDE and she said haven't we been through this before and stop calling here or we will call the cops all because I tried making a reservation for the winter months NOT IMPRESSED AT ALL this lady named T should not be working with the public she is extremely Rude I never even got to stay there I was treated horribly so I'm super glad I never went there…
Everything about this campground was excellent. Large sites with trees. Very peaceful place. 10 or so minutes from Courtney. Beside Seal Bay park full of walking trails. Fenced dog park area was a bonus. Staff were friendly and helpful at check in. You do have to pay for wifi if you want it. It is per device. Considering the cost of staying here I really don't see this as an issue.