Junery


We went on vacation to British Columbia, Canada in June. We traveled via Kamloops from Calgary with our camper and two dogs. The locals called it “Junery” as it rained a lot and it was cold. We took a ferry from Horseshoe Bay, Vancouver to the  Sunshine coast. It was our third visit to the Sunshine Coast.

The ticket includes another ferry ride from Earls Cove to Saltery Bay.

We stayed at Creekside Campground between Gibsons and Sechelt for a two days.We had full hook up in a pull through site, we found the staff very friendly and helpful. Amenities include wash-rooms, laundry, a pool, etc.

We saw quite a few Deer in gardens.
Gibsons.

More coming soon.

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10 comments

  1. It cost a bit to get there, didn’t it! And, it sounds as if they should be had up for false advertising on the sunshine side..
    Were all those cars queued for the ferry? Wow.

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    • It is more with the caravan, but totally worth it.
      On our previous visits the Sunshine coast lived up to it’s name.
      Yes, the average car capacity is over 300 including semis.

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  2. Thank you for sharing this, Tok…my sister and her husband live in Abbotsford, BC, their 4 children and their families are scattered all over BC – one day we will make it over there for a visit! Canada seems very ‘foreign’ compared to SA…

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