I thought I would start a thread that lists RV facilities at or near ski resorts, so I will start with my home mountain.
Sun Peaks: Allows overnight parking, no facilities.
Whitefish Mt.: "
Bridger Bowl: "
Revelstoke: " KOA RV park may be open in winter.
Whistler: No overnight parking but there is a $36.50/night RV park nearby.
Whitewater: $10/night ski-in/out plug in at the shop with a short walk to the day lodge. Bring a long extension cord.
Red Mt.: $10/night, 7 day maximum stay, must be self contained.
Lake Louise: $32.30 (includes tax)/night at the Parks Canada campground about 2 miles from
the lifts. washroom/shower/water fill up open 24 hours. Sani dump.
Castle Mtn.: $25/night plug in. Washrooms/shower/coin laundry open 24hours.
Stevens Pass: $30/night plug in. The 70+ spaces get filled on Friday nights.
Schweitzer: $20/night, ski-in/out, no facilities or park free at their bottom shuttle lot with $3/day
Mt. Bachelor: $10/night preferred parking spot, washrooms open 24 hours.
Big Sky/Moonlight Basin: Overnight parking allowed in Moonlight's Pony Express lot, no facilities.
Alta/Snowbird: 24 hour Walmart in Sandy allows RV parking and is about 20 min. from lifts.
Mammoth: No overnight parking, RV park in Mammoth lakes, $50/night, no electric heater use
allowed, hot tub, on shuttle route.
Vail: Official policy of the Home Depot in Avon (between Vail and Beaver Creek) is No RVs,
but the policy is not enforced.
Kirkwood: No longer allows overnight parking.
In general, auto repair shops, ski shops or other small businesses with their own small parking
lot are great to show up at after they close and leave before they open.
Exit 99 on I-90 at Missoula, Mt., first gas station on right (Exxon/Beanos Casino?) has a sani dump with year round potable water tap.
Anyone got any other ski resort/RV info?