One of the only RV campgrounds located within Vancouver city limits is the Capilano River RV Park. It's located near the Capilano River Suspension Bridge Park, Third Beach, Stanley Park, the Vancouver Aquarium, and a TransLink public transportation station. Campground amenities include a propane filling station, vehicle washing area, and 24-hour security. All of the sites have full hookups, a picnic table, and landscaped lawns.
Campers will have to look near the city's outskirts to find other top-rated Vancouver RV parks. Eagle Wind RV Park is a gated facility located east of downtown Vancouver. The spacious sites have crushed gravel pads, full hookups, and a picnic table. Amenities include an outdoor swimming pool, a spa, and a laundry facility. Eagle Wind RV Park is open year-round and is an excellent place to stay if you plan on making day trips into Vancouver.
You might also like Golden Ears Provincial Park, one of the closest provincial parks to Vancouver; it's an excellent place for a staycation or a traditional camping experience. The park is popular for swimming, fishing, canoeing, and horseback riding. The basic, gravel RV sites don't have water, electricity, or sewer, but registered campers have access to water faucets, showers, and a sanitary dump during the summer season. Golden Ears Provincial Park is approximately 52 kilometres from Vancouver and a day's drive from Mount Revelstoke or Yoho national parks.