Sunset Bay Resort - Blind Bay, BC

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  1. Aliladavies

    Aliladavies New Member

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    Mar 3, 2014

    We camped the July long weekend at this resort with two other units. We managed to get three side by side spots across the road from the lake with power and water for $45 a night plus tax. There were spots on the water but I wouldn't pay the premium price to be down there.

    Each campsite had a firepit and picnic table. Not sure how much wood was as we brought our own.

    The beach was extremely small and you felt like you were intruding on the lake front campers. There was no pathway either to the beach so we had to cut through campsites to get there.

    The resort has large docks to park a boat,if you have one, for $30 a day.

    There was a little playset area and sandbox for the kids.

    Shower and bathroom building was in decent shape. The showers were coin operated and not always cleaned very well.

    The road the resort is on was extremely busy so unless you were playing amongst the campsites there was no where to go biking or walking.

    Blind Bay itself is an extremely beautiful area. There's tons to do around the resort but you have to drive to get there. The grocery store out there is phenomenal with an ice cream window, full serve deli, and fully stocked liquor store.

    All in all the resort was good for a long weekend visit but I wouldn't stay longer then that as we were limited in our activities unless we were constantly jumping in the SUV.

    Happy Camping!


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