Camping brings man closer to nature and nature closer to a boom box. Introduce Mother Nature to Papa Roach with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $99 for four nights of RV camping at either Bridal Falls Camperland RV Resort or Sunshine Valley RV Resort & Cabins (up to a $216 total value)
- $199 for a two-night cabin stay at Sunshine Valley RV Resort & Cabins, valid Friday–Saturday (up to a $400 total value)
- $199 for a three-night cabin stay at Sunshine Valley RV Resort & Cabins, valid Sunday–Thursday (up to a $600 value)<p>
Located at the base of Mount Cheam and framed by the Fraser Valley, Bridal Falls Camperland RV Resort’s 281 full and partial hookup RV sites—including pull-throughs—put campers near Bridal Falls Waterpark and within hiking distance of Bridal Veil Falls. Sunshine Valley RV Resort & Cabins spans more than 100 full-hookup pull-through sites and 10 one- and two-bedroom deluxe cabins, each equipped with electricity, plumbing, woodstove, and a full kitchen. Guests enjoy close proximity to E.C. Manning Provincial Park.
At Bridal Falls Camperland, intrepid outdoorsmen pitch tents or shift their recreational vehicles into park at the base of Mount Cheam’s towering peaks. Computers and marshmallow-fuelled cyborgs connect to the campground’s WiFi, and each Camperland RV site includes cable television access, allowing campers to watch their favourite sitcoms while sitting under the stars. <p>
Holiday Trails RV Resorts
Kevin and Donna Demers started with a small goal: running a small RV park to supplement Kevin's work as a member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. But once their idea took root, it grew into something beyond what the Demers had imagined. The humble park rapidly grew in popularity, prompting Kevin to retire from the RCMP to manage the grounds and sell memberships. As time went on, the Demers expanded Holiday Trails RV Resorts into a membership-based camping network with resorts in Alberta, British Columbia, and Washington, as well as more than 600 affiliate campgrounds throughout North America.
Today, nearly 30 years after founding their first RV resort, the Demers satisfy travellers' wanderlust while keeping pace with the advances in RV design. Beyond full- and partial-hookup RV sites and cabins, resorts entice guests with heated pools, clubhouses, and restaurants. Each resort's location also affords plentiful recreation, ranging from skiing and snowboarding to canoeing and couch-potatoing. For frequent travellers, memberships replace nightly camping costs with a single annual fee. The Demers also post members' travel stories on Holiday Trail's Living the Dream forum.