British Columbia

Featured RV Parks & Campgrounds

70 Mile House, BC: Sunset View Campground


Special Attractions
• Green Lake

The area is fairly abundant with moose and deer. Limited numbers of black bear, coyote, squirrels and marmots are also present. The west end of the lake attracts waterfowl as a nesting and migratory resting area. Owls and golden eagles can also be seen.


Site Information
Partial sites.


Amenities/Facilities
Restrooms, play area, outdoor games


70 Mile House, BC
(250) 397-2523

Alexis Creek, BC: Bull Canyon Campground


Special Attractions
• Chilcotin River

Bull Canyon is a small campground along Highway 20, ideal for visitors travelling in the Chilcotin. The park is located in a beautiful canyon, with the glacier blue Chilcotin River flowing past the campground. There is a short walking trail beside the river, and the surrounding area supports excellent fishing lakes, birdwatching and wildlife viewing opportunities.


Site Information
Partial sites.


Amenities/Facilities
Restrooms


Alexis Creek, BC
(250) 397-2523

Beaverdell, BC: Dogz Ear Camping


Special Attractions
• Close to many fine fishing lakes

Beaverdell is an unincorporated settlement in the Monashee Country of the Southern Interior of British Columbia, Canada, which lies to the east of the Okanagan Valley and north of the Boundary Country region.


It is located midway along the West Kettle River between Kelowna and Rock Creek along British Columbia Highway 33. Beaverdell was originally named Beaverton, but when its post office was amalgamated with that of nearby Rendell, the names of the two locations were combined into Beaverdell. It is the namesake of the Beaverdell Range, which is on the settlement's east side and is the mountain spine lying between the West Kettle River and the Kettle River.


Site Information
8 full hookup RV sites, 12 tent sites. Can accommodate RVs up to 40’


Amenities/Facilities
Dump station, onsite management, laundry, tent sites available, ask about internet


5881 Highway 33 N
Beaverdell, BC
(250) 484-5338

Bella Coola, BC: Bella Coola Valley Campground


Surrounded by high glacier clad mountains covered by tall west coast ever-green timbers which are home to the grizzly, mountain goat, eagle and salmon. With its fresh air, clean water, and access to the ocean, the Valley offers the visitor a great variety of exciting activities. There is hiking in the pristine alpine wilderness, climbing some never scaled mountains, fishing for trout and mighty salmon, big game viewing of grizzly bears, black bears, mountain goat and deer as well as 15,000 kilometers of empty coastline to explore.


Site Information
Full hookups. Partial sites. 30/50 AMP. Picnic table.


Amenities/Facilities
Restrooms, showers, dump station, play area


(250) 982-2504

Blind Bay, BC: Blind Bay Resort


Special Attractions
• Shuswap Lake

Located in Blind Bay on the main Shuswap Lake arm.


Site Information
Full hookups. Partial sites. 30 AMP. Picnic table.


Amenities/Facilities
Restrooms, showers, laundry, dump station, rec room, play area, heated pool


Rates: $40-$75

Cache Creek, BC: Marble Canyon Provincial Park


Special Attractions
• Hat Creek Ranch
• Lillooet

Visit historic Hat Creek Ranch and the town of Lillooet, both nearby. Explore the area, rich in the history of the Interior Salish people and the pioneers who followed the gold rush and homesteaded this area.


Site Information
Partial sites.


Amenities/Facilities
Restrooms, play area


(250) 378-5334

Campbell River, BC: Morton Lake Campground


Special Attractions
• Morton Lake
• Mohun Lake

Morton Lake Provincial Park, which includes all of Morton Lake and a section of shoreline on neighboring Mohun Lake, provides access to the popular Sayward Canoe Route – a 47-kilometre paddle and portage circuit. The park offers lake-front camping, as well as a boat launch, pit toilets, a short hiking trail to tranquil Andrew Lake and a large picnic/day-use area.


Site Information
Partial sites.


Amenities/Facilities
Restrooms, play area


250-474-1336

Chase, BC: Silver Beach Provincial Park


Special Attractions
• Seymour River
• Shuswap Lake

Silver Beach Provincial Park is located on the north end of Seymour Arm of Shuswap Lake, on the site of an historical gold rush town called Ogden City (now called Seymour Arm). The campground has sites located next to the beautiful sandy beach of the Seymour River estuary. The park provides destination camping for people arriving by boat, by vehicle (Forest Service road from Anglemont), or by ferry (from Sicamous).


Site Information
Partial sites.


Amenities/Facilities
Restrooms


(250) 836-2958

Christina Lake, BC: Parklane Motel & RV Park


Special Attractions
• Christina Lake

Situated off the highway in the heart of this scenic vacation paradise, Park Lane offers you the finest in accommodation whether your choice is camping, RVing, your own cottage, a stay in our motel or our two new camping cabins - we have something for everyone.


Site Information
Full hookups. Partial sites. 30 AMP. Back in sites. Fire rings.
Can accommodate RVs up to 42’


Amenities/Facilities
Wi-Fi, cable TV, restrooms, showers, laundry, motel/cabin rentals, dump station, and handicap accessible


Rate: $20-$40

Courtenay, BC: Maple Pool Campground & RV Park


Special Attractions
• Puntledge Park
• Courtenay & District Museum

Located the heart of the beautiful Comox Valley on Vancouver Island, Maple Pool Campground is minutes from Courtenay's city center, shopping, theaters, golf courses, ski resorts, boat rentals & fishing, and recreational sports centers; it is an ideal retreat for the entire family.



Site Information
Full hookups. Partial sites. 30/50 AMP. Pull through sites. Tent sites. Fire rings. Can accommodate RVs up to 45’


Amenities/Facilities
Wi-Fi, cable TV, restrooms, showers, laundry


Rate: $25-$35

Cultus Lake, BC: Cultus Lake Campground


Special Attractions
• Cultus Lake

As one of the most popular destination areas in the Lower Mainland, Cultus Lake Provincial Park is characterized by a large, warm freshwater lake and scenic forest-clad mountains. The park is almost evenly divided between the northwest and southeast sides of Cultus Lake. The northwest portion is mostly undeveloped with the visitor-oriented facilities confined to the southeast portion.


Site Information
Partial sites.


Amenities/Facilities
Restrooms, showers, play area


(604) 986-9371

Dawson Creek, BC: One Island Lake Provincial Park


Special Attractions
• One Island Lake
• Dawson Creek

Located in the Alberta Plateau, this small park is situated by a clear lake noted for its fishing opportunities. Activities include bird watching, fishing, swimming and just relaxing.


Site Information
Partial sites.


Amenities/Facilities
Restrooms, play area


Dawson Creek, BC
(780) 876-1393

Dawson Creek, BC: Swan Lake Park


Special Attractions
• Swan Lake
• Dawson Creek

A small picturesque lakeshore park that offers boating, swimming, a grassy campground and day-use area, baseball diamonds and playground area.


Site Information
Partial sites.


Amenities/Facilities
Restrooms, play area, outdoor games


Dawson Creek, BC
(250) 786-5960

Field, BC: Hoodoo Creek Campground


Special Attractions
• Yoho National Park
• Hoodoo Creek
• Mt. Hunter

Located in Yoho National Park, Hoodoo Creek Campground is a sunny open meadow with views of Mt. Hunter. Daylight lingers here & offers campers the opportunity to take a stroll to the historic Deer Lodge Cabin or a more arduous hike to the infamous Hoodoos up above. Accessible for small RVs with no services. Taxes included in rates. Months of operation are June through September. This campground operates on a first-come, first served policy. A National Park pass is required.


Site Information
Partial sites.


Amenities/Facilities
Restrooms, play area


Hwy 1
Field, BC
(250) 343-6783

Fort Nelson, BC: Tetsa River Regional Park


Special Attractions
• Rocky Mountains
• Alaska Highway

The Tetsa River Regional Park is located in the Northern Rocky Mountains, west of the community of Fort Nelson, British Columbia Canada on the Alaska Highway. The river park is situated under the peaks of Steamboat Mountain. It is a campground, day use area and recreation destination for activities like fishing, hiking, camping, picnicking, horseback riding and sightseeing.


Site Information
Partial sites.


Amenities/Facilities
Restrooms


(250) 774-2541

Fort Saint John, BC: Beatton Campground


Special Attractions
• Charlie Lake

Beatton offers excellent winter recreation opportunities. Experience over 15km of groomed cross-country ski trails designed for beginner, intermediate and advancing skiing. Visitors have a good chance of seeing deer or moose which frequent the park during the winter.


Site Information
Partial sites.


Amenities/Facilities
Restrooms, play area, outdoor games


(250) 964-2243

Gray Creek, BC: Cedar Grove Campground


Special Attractions
• Kootenay Lake
• Gray Creek

Located on the east shore of Kootenay Lake just 12 minutes south of the Kootenay Bay ferry on Highway 3A, Cedar Grove Campground offers a friendly, family like atmosphere.


Site Information
Full hookups. 30 AMP. Pull through sites. Back in sites.
Can accommodate RVs up to 40’


Amenities/Facilities
Wi-Fi, restrooms, showers, laundry, and dump station


Rate: $35

Hedley, BC: Stemwinder Park


Special Attractions
• Similkameen River

A small pine-dotted camping area by the Similkameen River. Anglers like to try their luck from the rock-covered shoreline.


Site Information
Partial sites.


Amenities/Facilities
Restrooms


Hedley, BC
(250) 840-8807

Hope, BC: Skagit Valley Campground


Special Attractions
• Ross Lake
• Skagit River

The Skagit Valley was carved by retreating glaciers and is characterized by excellent outdoor recreation opportunities in a natural, wilderness-like setting. Visitors can enjoy hiking along 50 km of trails, river fishing, camping, and picnicking.


Site Information
Partial sites.


Amenities/Facilities
Restrooms, play area


(604) 986-9371

Iskut, BC: Red Goat Lodge


Special Attractions
• Iskut
• Dease Lake

Situated alongside Eddontenajon Lake in a valley of mountains, Red Goat Lodge is truly a unique resort with a stunning view. We offer comfortable rooms, modern cabins, and a lakeside RV park with power and water hookups.


Site Information
There are 26 RV sites with power (15-amp lakeside; 30 amp pull-thru's) and water hookups. Room for slide outs. Back in sites. Pull through sites. Big-rig friendly. Grass & gravel pads. Picnic tables. Tent sites. Lakeside RV sites. Can accommodate RVs up to 50’


Amenities/Facilities
Dump station, restrooms, showers, laundry, fire pits, and pets welcome.


Rate: $35

Jade City, BC: Boya Lake Park


Special Attractions
• Boya Lake

Boya Lake is also one of the few lakes in the north that is warm enough for swimming. Boya Lake offers two short hiking trails, a mountain bike trail and limitless bays and islands to discover by canoe or motor boat.


Site Information
Partial sites.


Amenities/Facilities
Restrooms


Jade City, BC
(250) 638-8490

Kaleden, BC: Twin Lakes Golf & RV Resort


Special Attractions
• Skaha Lake
• Vaseux Lake
• Winery Tours
• Okanagan River Channel
• S.S. Sicamous
• Downtown Penticton

Welcome to Twin Lakes RV Park where golfing and RV work together to provide one of the best golfing RV holidays for you to enjoy. With 39 RV sites nestled above the front nine of the Twin Lakes Golf Course, you will find yourself surrounded by the majestic scenery of the South Okanagan desert mountain views.


Site Information
Full hookups. Partial sites. 15/30 AMP. Pull through sites. Back in sites. Fire rings. Can accommodate RVs up to 45’


Amenities/Facilities
Wi-Fi, restrooms, showers, laundry, dump station, on site rentals, handicap accessible


Rate: $34-$50

Kamloops, BC: Paul Lake Park


Special Attractions
• Paul Lake
• Louis Lake

Paul Lake Provincial Park is nestled in a mixed forest of Douglas-fir, pine and aspen. The park offers a large campground, a sani-station and an adventure playground. In addition, there is a popular day-use area with beach and cartop boat launch, and over seven kilometers of hiking trails. This lovely lakeshore campground is within a half-hour drive of Kamloops and there are many tourist attractions in the area.


Site Information
Partial sites.


Amenities/Facilities
Restrooms, play area, outdoor games, boat rentals


(250) 578-7376

Kitimat, BC: Radley Park


Special Attractions
• Kitimat River

A campers' mecca in the heart of great fishing country, Radley Park is a 38-unit facility situated on the western bank of the Kitimat River. Only minutes from downtown Kitimat, Radley Park is an ideal summer getaway.


Site Information
Partial sites.


Amenities/Facilities
Restrooms, play area


Kitimat, BC
(250) 632-8955

Lac La Hache, BC: Lac La Hache Park


Special Attractions
• Kitimat River

Set amongst a stately Douglas-fir forest, the cool, green conifers shade campers from the hot Cariboo sun. Lac La Hache Park is located on Highway 97, 13 km north of the community of Lac La Hache. Established in 1956, with 83 campsites, flush toilets, tap water, a sani-station and a self-guided nature trail, Lac La Hache Park is a very pleasant campground. The day-use area is located across Highway 97 on the shore of Lac La Hache and has an adventure playground, picnic tables, picnic shelter, boat launch, developed beach, change house and flush toilets.


Site Information
Partial sites.


Amenities/Facilities
Restrooms, play area, outdoor games


(250) 397-2523

Merritt, BC: Kentucky Alleyne Provincial Park


Special Attractions
• Tudyah Lake
• Parsnip River

Wide open spaces, great fishing, wildlife, old west history and a quieter camping spot can all be yours in less than a 90-minute drive from the central Okanagan. Located in the heart of cattle country, the rolling grasslands and dry open forest surround the sparkling turquoise waters of Kentucky Lake and Alleyne Lake. The scenery is spectacular from early April to late October with springs’ palette of soft pastels slowly changing to the vibrant golds of autumn.


Site Information
Partial sites.


Amenities/Facilities
Restrooms, play area


(250) 378-5334

Meziadin Junction, BC: Kinaskan Lake Campground


Special Attractions
• Iskut River

Located at the south end of Kinaskan Lake between the Skeena and Coast Mountain Ranges, this park offers spectacular scenery and good rainbow trout fishing. The Iskut River runs through the park to the south, where it enters a smaller lake called Natadesleen. The Little Iskut River branches off to the west into Mt. Edziza Provincial Park and Recreation Area.


Site Information
Partial sites.


Amenities/Facilities
Restrooms, play area


(250) 638-8490

Mission, BC: Kilby Campground


Special Attractions
• Harrison River
• Harrison Lake

Tucked away in a rural pastoral setting, Kilby Provincial Park is characterized by its scenic riverfront location and wonderful pioneer history. The park offers a destination rivering experience. Activities include beaching, fishing, and boating on Harrison River and Harrison Lake.


Site Information
Partial sites.


Amenities/Facilities
Restrooms, play area


(604) 796-9576

Muncho Lake, BC: Muncho Lake Park


Special Attractions
• Alaska Highway
• Folded Mountain
• Muncho Lake

Only a few minutes from the Alaska Highway that passes through the park is the serenity and seclusion expected in this area of the north. Some of the most outstanding views of natural beauty anywhere can be experienced at this park. Spectacular folded mountains, bountiful wildlife, brilliantly-colored wildflowers are just a few of the wonders to discover here. In the southern portion of the park, you will see the very impressive geological formations of Folded Mountain towering above the road.


Site Information
Partial sites.


Amenities/Facilities
Restrooms, play area


(250) 776-7000

Pemberton, BC: Nairn Falls Park


Special Attractions
• Nairn Falls
• Village of Pemberton

Just 20 minutes north of Whistler, and located within the boundaries of the Village of Pemberton, just 5 minutes from Pemberton town center, is Nairn Falls Park. This park provides a good base camp for exploring Whistler, the Pemberton Valley or nearby Garibaldi Provincial Park.


Site Information
Partial sites.


Amenities/Facilities
Restrooms, play area


(604) 986-9371

Pink Mountain, BC: Buckinghorse River Wayside Campground


Special Attractions
• Alaska Highway
• Buckinghorse River

A scenic campground for those traveling the Alaska Highway, Buckinghorse River Provincial Park provides visitors with a chance to view moose or fish for arctic grayling.


Site Information
Partial sites.


Amenities/Facilities
Restrooms


(250) 772-4999

Port Edward, BC: Kinnikinnick Campground & RV Park


Special Attractions
• North Pacific Historic Fishing Village Museum
• Kwinitsa Station Railway Museum
• Fishing Charters
• Floatplane Tours

Nestled between ocean & mountains, Kinnikinnick features uniquely designed, beautiful & private level sites (serviced & un-serviced), all of the amenities you expect including laundry, internet, firewood and more.


Site Information
Full hookups. Partial sites. 15/30 AMP. Can accommodate various size RVs


Amenities/Facilities
Wi-Fi, restrooms, showers, and laundry


Rate: $25-$38

Powell River, BC: Shelter Point Regional Park


Special Attractions
• Strait of Georgia

Shelter Point Regional Park is a popular beach-front day-use park and campground located on Texada Island. The park is broken down into the main campground and the Bella Maria campground.


Site Information
Partial sites.


Amenities/Facilities
Restrooms, showers, play area


Powell River, BC
(604) 485-2260

Prince George, BC: MamaYeh RV Park & Campground


Special Attractions
• Norman Lake
• Dogsledding
• Cross-Country Skiing
• Caving

MamaYeh RV Park is a forest-like park located on 145 acres of land which is covered mostly by pristine trees, and built as a low-density RV Park.


Site Information
24 sites. 24 Full hook-up sites. 13 back-in sites are about 65-85 feet long with 20/30 AMP Full Hook-Up Service. 11 pull through sites about 100’ long with 30/50 AMP full hookup service. Room for slide outs. Big rig friendly. Gravel pads. Picnic tables at site. Tent sites available. Can accommodate RVs up to 100’.


Amenities/Facilities
Wi-Fi Internet in office/clubhouse, dump station, pet run, fire pits, and pets welcome.


Rate: $25-$45

Qualicum Beach, BC: Qualicum Bay Resort


Special Attractions
• Qualicum Falls
• Cathedral Grove
• Qualicum Beach

Minutes from Qualicum Beach, less than an hour from Nanaimo and Courtenay/Comox Airports and two hours from Victoria, British Columbia.


Site Information
Full hookups. 30 AMP. Pull through sites. Back in sites. Tent sites. Fire rings. Picnic tables. Can accommodate RVs up to 40’


Amenities/Facilities
Wi-Fi, cable TV, restrooms, showers, laundry, restaurant


Rate: $42-$44

Squamish, BC: Paradise Valley Campground


Special Attractions
• Shannon Falls Provincial Park
• Sea to Sky Gondola
• Stawamus Chief
• Alice Lake Provincial Park

Squamish is a nature lovers getaway. There is something for everyone.


Site Information
Full hookups. Partial sites. 30 AMP. Tent sites. Fire rings.
Can accommodate RVs up to 25’


Amenities/Facilities
Restrooms, showers ($), camp store


Rate: $45-$65

Vernon, BC: Swan Lake RV Resort


Special Attractions
• North Okanagan Wineries
• Silver Star Ski Resort
• NASCAR race track

Swan Lake RV Resort also known as Swan Lake Recreation Resort is a Luxury RV Resort located in Vernon, BC with sites available for daily, weekly and monthly camping.


Site Information
Full hookups. 30/50 AMP. Pull through sites. Back in sites. Picnic tables. Can accommodate RVs up to 45’


Amenities/Facilities
Wi-Fi, cable TV, restrooms, showers, laundry, handicap accessible, camp store, RV storage


Rate: $54-$67

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