BLIND BAY RESORT

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BLIND BAY RESORT is a RV Park in or near the town of Blind Bay. It is a small park with a listed 60 rv sites to park your home away from home. This park has pull thru slots to make setting up a snap. Do not worry too much about the length of your large Class A motorhome since the sites are built for large RVs. No need for a generator since the park has electric. Power is no problem – the park has 50 amp service. No need to fill the freshwater since there are water hookups. Some really good news is that a sewer connection is provided. I do not know about you, but I cannot live without 802.11 Wireless Internet and this park has it so that is a good thing. When you are relaxing and enjoying your RV, you will also enjoy the Cable TV hookups too. Animals are welcome here. Not sure this is a good thing for a high class RV experience, but tent camping is allowed. Bring your swim suit this park has access to a pool. Do not be a stranger, when you are by Blind Bay, give the peeps at BLIND BAY RESORT a call.



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  • State of emergency declared near Parksville, BC – The Weather Network December 10, 2014
    State of emergency declared near Parksville, BCThe Weather NetworkWednesday, December 10, 2014, 3:07 PM – Heavy rain prompted a local state of emergency for Parry's RV Park on Englishman River near Parksville, B.C. Wednesday. Some residents of the RV park were evacuated. The area is experiencing flooding due to …Evacuations, state of emergency declared near ParksvilleParksville Qualicum Beach Newsall 3 news articles »
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    B.C. Couple Paid $550 A Month To Live In A VanHuffington Post CanadaA family is packing their belongings after spending the hot months of summer renting a derelict van at the Pleasant View Hotel and RV Park in Summerland. The Pleasant View Hotel and RV Park is at 13608 Highway 97 across from the Dairy Queen and south …and more »
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    Shediac RV park proposal stirs oppositionCBC.caAbout 100 people gathered on Sunday to voice their concerns about a proposed 750-site campground in Shediac. Charlotte Leblanc, a retired resident in Pointe-du-Chêne and the event's organizer, said she is against the development because she believes …and more »
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