This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Squamish, BC
Max Rig Size
< 20 (ft)
Same Day Requests
The spot itself is just a place to park, but location is everything. Located in the “Recreation capital of the world”, and rated one the top 10 Places to visit in the world by New York Times. The area is beautiful with trails with views of mountains, lakes, ocean, with world class rock climbing, whitewater rafting, wind sports, mountain biking. There’s so much to do in the area. Your hosts can direct you to other public boondocking places in the area as well if you want to get a little further into nature. Only one hour from Vancouver and Whistler.
Vehicle Suitability Information
This is a parking spot in our complex, requires parallel parking (so no trailers). No Generators, or slides. Must fit into the parking spot - parallel parking. Dogs must be on a leash and owner must clean up after them. Quiet time is 10pm.
Access Road Conditions: This is a parking spot in our complex, requires parallel parking
Hosted By Letsgo
Hubby and I love to travel Details: We are a spontaneous couple who love to travel. While our parking spot we share isn’t the best, we live between Vancouver and Whistler and both have worked in the tourism industry and are happy to share our knowledge of our area and many places we have travelled around the world. Home Town: Squamish, BC Skills or Expertise to Share: Lots of travel and tourism advice for the area we live and experiences to share of the places we travel. We love adventure and exploring new places.
Availability for RV Camping
References for this location from other RVers
1 year ago
Thank you for the easy overnight spot and for the amazing weather that you provided for the weekend! John and Cathy
1 year ago
This was a very convenient spot to spend the night. Tillie and Anthony were very friendly and kind, and even recommended a Chinese restaurant down the street where we had a delicious dinner. We enjoyed hearing and seeing the children playing in the school yard on the other side of the chain link fence. in the evening we drove to the end of the Squamish spit road for beautiful views of the mountains coming down to the water where the Squamish River meets Howe Sound. An otter crossed the road just in front of us!