Whistler RV Park and Campground consists of 102 year-round full-service RV sites and 44 seasonal tent sites on 104 acres of land at the base of Mount Brew, roughly 18 kilometers south of Whistler Village. The campground is relatively new, as the site was initially cleared in order to house volunteers and staff for the 2010 Winter Olympics in a community of temporary mobile homes. Since then the campground has been constantly improving and adding services and amenities such as Wi-Fi, laundry, and free shuttles to the village. Activities at the park include disc golf, whiffle golf, paintball, and horseback riding. It is the only accommodation in all of whistler of to offer direct access to snowmobile and ATV trails from your door. Beyond the park boundaries there are many recreation opportunities in the area: skiing and snowboarding, mountain biking, hiking, swimming, golfing, bungee jumping, and additional adventures are all nearby. The park is immediately adjacent to the 70-meter Brandywine Falls as well as hiking trails such as Brandywine Meadows, Ring Lake Trail, and Brew Lake Trail; you can also head to Whistler Olympic Park where you can try out the biathlon, go cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, tobogganing, and even try the ski jump.
But the best thing about Whistler RV Park and Campground is undoubtedly waking up to the incredible views of the surrounding mountains. There are few trees on the bench above Highway 99, and the hill drops off abruptly beyond the last row of RVs. The park has clear vantage points to the north and south, including amazing views of Whistler Mountain, Mount Wedge, the Armchair Glacier, and the Black Tusk. The prime RV sites with the best views are the ones along the edge of the hill. The tent sites are separate from the RV sites in a quiet and forested area near the entrance.