Ruckle Provincial Park

Provincial Park

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Beaver Point Rd. Salt Spring Island, BC, Canada V8K 1W3 877-559-2115 Reservations: 800-689-9025 Official Website

GPS: 48.7739, -123.3722

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Overview of Ruckle Provincial Park

This park has eight vehicle-accessible winter campsites, available on a first-come, first-served basis. Campsite reservations are not accepted for the off-season. Facilities include pit toilets, cold water taps and group fire rings.

Number of Sites 78

Pad Type gravel

Reservations yes

Open Seasonally March - Oct.

Elevation 98 ft / 29 m

Max Stay 13

Tent Camping Yes

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Reviews of Ruckle Provincial Park 2 people have reviewed this location.

Ratings Summary

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AT&T 4G
Confirmed by 2 Users
Last reported 10/6/2019
Adventurers
Adventurers
BC, Canada
8' Slumber Queen Adventurer
Dodge 3500
2 reviews
“Good Experience ”

Reviewed 10/6/2019

Nightly rate: $20
Days stayed: 2
Overall Rating

Stayed 2 nights in one of the rv camping spots. 20$ a night. Got there Friday night In October, there were 4 spots available. Easy to navigate. Short walk to the water. Great view of the water and ferry’s passing by.
Trucks+camper or small rv only. The sites are too small for a travel trailer or fifth wheel.

Lots of tent camping spread out all over down by the water.

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Adventurers would stay here again

This review is the opinion of a Campendium member and not of Campendium.com

afdahl
afdahl
Bainbridge Island, WA
24' Airstream Interstate Grand Tour
29 reviews
“Beautiful forest setting one minute from water”

Reviewed 8/6/2018

Nightly rate: $20
Days stayed: 2
Site Number: 7
Overall Rating

This is DRY CAMPING, NO HOOKUPS, and extremely limited to ZERO direct sunlight; technically there is no trash/recycling either. Park Ranger said they removed the garbage/recycling facilities from the RV area because RV’ers “are expected to pack it out.” We found garbage/recycling down by the tent area and packed our trash bags down there. Oh, and related to lack of sunlight and charging batteries... generators are allowed for only 2 hours each day, from 8am ‘til 10am. This is strictly enforced and, thankfully, we did not hear anyone around us breaking this rule.

We arrived on Sunday night, Aug. 5th without any reservations and we scored the last first-come-first-serve camp spot for RV’s. We had two neighbors on either side in very close proximity and they were noisy, VERY noisy - one was smoking cigarettes (I thought BC’s Provincial Parks were all non-smoking??). The courteous and friendly Camp Ranger (Zach) greeted us shortly after our arrival around 8pm to collect payment - he had a credit card reader and accepted AMEX. Cost: $20/night. Checkout is 11am. There was a potable water spigot just a few paces from our campsite. No dump station anywhere in the park; and from my research, the only other 2 RV parks on Salt Spring Isl. will NOT allow dumping (even for a fee) unless you’re a registered/paying overnight guest.

Overall, this is a gorgeous park and a great place to relax. We loved walking the trails down by the tent camping area and around to the north w/ amazing views of the Strait of Georgia. I highly recommend taking the short walk to Beaver Point - just be sure to use caution when walking down on the rocks at water’s edge, especially when the BC Ferries go by: their wake washes up the sloping rocks. It’s a hefty drive into Ganges for food/services but it’s a cute little town worth checking out. Not walkable to Ganges from Ruckle and barely bikeable due to the narrow, twisty, and hilly terrain. This is further made dangerous by lots of blind corners and locals that drive too fast on their familiar roads.

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Location
Cleanliness
Site Quality
Noise
AT&T 4G

afdahl would stay here again

This review is the opinion of a Campendium member and not of Campendium.com

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Amenities

Hookups
  • dry camping
Recreation
  • picnic area
  • recreation trail
Site Amenities
  • fire ring
Facilities
  • firewood
  • group sites
  • restrooms: vault
  • water available
Pets
  • pets

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