Victoria BC: RV Parks, Hostels and Campgrounds
When you travel it certainly can be a daunting task trying to figure out which accommodation options might be best for you to stay in. Over the years Eagle Wing Tours has developed working relationships with a number of Campgrounds, RV rental sites, and hostels in the Victoria area and as a result has created the list below of places to stay while in Victoria on Vancouver Island in order to make it a little easier for you…you are now able to find what you are looking for all in one spot. We hope this makes searching for the accommodation that best suits your needs easier.
If you have any questions about these campgrounds, RV sites or Hostels in Victoria on Vancouver Island please do not hesitate to contact us any time. We would love to assist you in any way that we can.
West Bay Marina RV Park.
Welcome to the Westbay Marine Village R.V. Park, one of the most unique in North America. Perched on a small peninsula right in Victoria’s harbour, it offers spectacular waterfront views. Westbay marine Village is the closest R.V. Park to Victoria’s downtown core and most attractions are just five minutes drive away. If you don’t feel like taking your vehicle downtown, no worries. Westbay is the home port of the Victoria Harbour Ferries. These jaunty little ships will drop you off at a variety of locations, including the historic Fisherman’s Wharf.Westbay Marine Village
453 Head Street,
Victoria, BC Canada
V9A 5S1 Phone: (250) 385-1831 Toll Free: 1-866-937-8229 Fax: (250) 385-2274 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fort Victoria RV Park
Our family business has been serving visitors to the City of Victoria since 1961. During these past fifty years we estimate having met over 225,000 new customers. If you haven’t heard of us from one of them then we hope this web site will do the next best thing to a personal recommendation.340 Island Highway 1A
V9B 1H1 Phone: 250-479-8112 Fax: 250-479-5806 Web site: www.fortvictoria.ca E-mail: Fort Victoria RV Park
Weir’s Beach RV Resort
Our ocean frontage features an unforgettable sandy beach, the perfect setting to stroll, dig for clams or watch for otters, sea lions, eagles and whales. Magnificent sunrises, moon-glow on the water and twinkling city lights of Victoria across the water set the ambiance for that morning cuppa java or evening glass of BC Pinot Gris. There is an abundance of family and adult oriented recreational activities and diversions just minutes from our RV resort. Of course relaxation is always an option; picture roasting marshmallows around the evening fire or reading a favorite novel at the edge of the surf.5191 William Head Road
Victoria, B.C. Canada
V9C 4H5 Toll Free 1 866 478 6888
phone: 250 478 3323
Fax: 250 478 1527 Web site: www.weirsbeachrvresort.bc.ca
This is the funkiest hostel in town. An old Victorian house full of character and newly renovated throughout, under new ownership. Conveniently downtown, one can get to nearly everywhere on foot within 10 minutes, or pick up a bus a block away. Beaches, Inner Harbour, Nightlife and Malls are close by. It is also unquestionably the cheapest deal to be found in Victoria, with seasonal weekly rates even easier on the traveler’ s budget. A really multicultural trampoline from which to explore Vancouver Island and British Columbia or to chill out for a while after coming from the buzz of a large city1608 Quadra Street
Victoria, BC,Canada, V8W 2L4 Phone: 250.381.3210
Hostelling International Victoria
Friendly and central, the Hostelling International Victoria hostel is housed in a heritage building in the city’s historic downtown centre. Its location gives backpackers the best access to exploring Canada’s westernmost capital. The hostel is a 5-minute walk to the picturesque Victoria waterfront, the BC legislature buildings, and the Royal British Columbia Museum.516 Yates Street
Victoria, BC, Canada, V8W 1K8 Phone: 1-250-385-4511
Toll Free: 1-888-883-0099
Ocean Island BackpackersWith excellent reviews in Lonely Planet, Let’s Go Pacific Northwest Adventure Guide, and the Dummies Guide, Ocean Island Backpackers Inn & Hostel is notorious for great stays at an even greater price. Located right in Victoria’s downtown district, Ocean Island offers dorm-style rooms and a range of different private rooms decorated with funky art and staffed by an incredible group of people. Immaculate common areas and a kitchen allow for great socializing and relaxing. 91 Pandora Avenue Victoria, BC, Canada, V8W 1N9 Phone: 250-385-1788
Toll Free: 1-888-888-4180
Victoria has an internationally acclaimed Koa Kampground only 25 minutes out of town. Nestled in the beautiful West Coast mountains and forests, this campground offers accommodation for tents and RVs as well as one and two room cabins. The campground is equipped with 30 amp services, modem data-port, free wireless internet and an outdoor pool.230 Trans Canada Highway
Malahat, BC V0R 2L0 Phone: (250) 478-3332
Fax: (250) 478-7234
This park offers vehicle accessible campsites in a forest setting. Campsite reservations are accepted and first-come, first-served sites are also available. Goldstream Park is open year round, however facilities are limited. A fee is in place for winter camping.