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2018/2019 Super Camping

The print guide is designed to assist you in finding a place to stay, whether camping, RVing or driving on your vacation in British Columbia. It features information on private campgrounds, RV Parks and lodging establishments that are members of the BC Lodging and Campgrounds Association; National Parks campgrounds; RV dealers who o er services and supplies; RV rental companies, and a section on Attractions to help you enrich your vacation experience.


Super Camping - Vancouver, Coast & Mountains VANCOUVER, COAST & MOUNTAINS Coast Mountain Circle Tour Ts’yl-os Vancouver, Coast & Mountains Park Region Thompson Okanagan Region Sunshine Coast Route 101 Bute Inlet Whaletown Comox 19A Toba Inlet Lund Powell River 101 Texada Island Garden Bay Madeira Park Qualicum Beach Parksville NANAIMO 1 Jervis Inlet Egmont Tantalus Park Whistler 99 Big Creek Park S. Chilcotin Mtn. Park Gold Bridge Downton Lake Pemberton Birkenhead Lake Park 6 Garibaldi Park Garibaldi Heights Carpenter Lake summer only D’Arcy Squamish Sechelt 99 Harrison West Hot Gibsons Vancouver Springs COQUITLAMHarrison Mills VANCOUVER 2 Maple Ridge BURNABYBY Mission 7 RICHMOND SURREY 8 DELTA 1 Chilliwack 1 4 Langley 3 ABBOTSFORD 99 Seton Lake Lillooet Stein Valley Park Harrison Lake 99 12 Lytton 97 Ashcroft Fraser R. Agassiz 1 Bridal Falls Cache Creek Spences Bridge 8 7 3 5 5 Hope Sunshine Valley Manning Park ©Super Camping 2018 FEATURED MEMBERS 1. Bridal Falls Motel, Chilliwack/ Rosedale, page 49 2. Burnaby Cariboo RV Park, Burnaby (Vancouver), pages 17 & 61 3. Camperland RV Resort & Cabins, Chilliwack/Rosedale, pages 15, 49 & 61 4. Eagle Wind RV Park, Abbotsford, pages 15 & 61 5. Manning Park Resort, Manning Park, pages 16 & 49 6. Riverside (Whistler), pages 19, 50 & 61 7. Sunshine Valley RV Resort & Cabins, Sunshine Valley, pages 16, 49 & 61 8. The Cabins At Cultus Lake, Chilliwack/Cultus Lake, page 49 Texada Island/Barb Rees Follow Us at 14

The Vancouver, Coast & Mountains Region offers a diverse range of world-class attractions and activities across four unique destination areas. Metro Vancouver enjoys a beautiful West Coast location where it’s possible to golf, kayak and catch an opera all in the same day. Mighty Fraser Country is defined by the Fraser River and is home to fantastic whitewater rafting, sturgeon and salmon fishing, and plenty of farm fresh food. Sea to Sky Country features the beautiful Sea to Sky Highway offering ocean and snow-capped mountains. It is a world-class destination area for hiking, mountain biking, skiing and home to Whistler! Then there’s the Sunshine Coast, where windswept beaches, serene forests and many art galleries and studios can be found. All things are possible in the Vancouver, Coast & Mountains Region. Coast Mountain Circle Route The Coast Mountain Circle Route starts in Metro Vancouver and explores the mountains, forests, and canyons that make British Columbia a world-renowned place of wilderness beauty covering almost 593 km (368 mi). Depending on your pace, the tour can take as little as two days but is best experienced in a more leisurely fashion. You will wind through misty coastal mountains, into the province’s rain shadow and up on to the dry highland plateau. It takes you through historic Gold Rush Country following the path of the gold seekers down the raging Thompson and the Fraser Rivers and finally returns to Vancouver. Super Camping - Vancouver, Coast & Mountains Sunshine Coast Route 101 25 km northwest of Vancouver via Ferry is the start of Highway 101. This beautiful coastal drive runs along the 130 km (80 mi) Sunshine Coast from Langdale ferry terminal to Lund, offering lovely views of islands and straits and passing through coastal towns. This part of BC is the sunniest and driest, and the highway takes you past ten parks popular for fishing, canoeing, diving, hiking and other outdoor activities. Along the journey are two very different ferry crossings, beautiful inlets, deep fjords, sandy beaches and stunning forests. Artisan and fishing communities include Gibsons, Madeira Park, Garden Bay, Powell River, Lund and Sechelt. More Information: See page 3 for Camping Symbols Abbotsford & Area Eagle Wind RV Park Tel: (604) 856-6674 26920 52nd Ave, Aldergrove BC V4W 1N6 Local to Fraser Valley and Metro Vancouver events. Easy access to Hwy 1 and just minutes from Aldergrove border crossing. Near Vancouver Zoo, Fort Langley, Abbotsford Airport, drive-in movies, casinos and local vineyard/farm tours. Come “Explore BC from Eagle Wind RV Park”. Weekly and monthly rates available. Big Rig Friendly. Open All Year. ** Rates: Per Vehicle 4 Persons Serviced $40-$56. ** See winter listing page 61. ** See featured members page 14. L59 a u l v O F G K c d f j k n V Agassiz Cheam Fishing Village Tel: (604) 997-5533 960 Appel Rd., Agassiz BC V0M 1A0 The campground at the Cheam Fishing Village offers 45 campsites by the majestic Fraser River. Offering riverfront campsites, firepits, picnic tables, boat launch, riverside trails and day parking. You are welcome to the Cheam First Nation territory on Pilalt tribal grounds to share in the beauty and abundance of the Fraser River. Join us for cultural experiences and tours. The Cheam Fishing Village is conveniently located near several family fun activities and amenities. Open: May Long Weekend - Oct 15. ** Rates: 2 Persons Unserviced Standard $30; Unserviced Waterfront $40. L45 a u v F I J p s TravellinginBritishColumbia Chilliwack & Area Camperland RV Resort & Cabins at Rosedale Tel: (604) 794-7361 53730 Bridal Falls Rd., Rosedale BC V0X 1X1 Nestled at the foot of majestic Mt. Cheam in beautiful Bridal Falls, Camperland is a 5-star resort and offers the finest in facilities and amenities. We are within walking distance to Bridal Veil Falls. Big Rig Friendly. Open: Apr 1 - Oct 31. ** Rates: Check for current resort rates and availability. ** See lodging listing page 49. ** See winter listing page 61. ** See featured members page 14. ** See ad pages 19 & 57. 281 a u l v O F G H I J K b c d f h t W j k M n x V Cottonwood Meadows RV Country Club Tel: (604) 824-7275 44280 Luckakuck Way, Chilliwack BC V2R 4A7 At Exit 116 on Hwy 1. Beautiful parklike setting. Full hookups, 30/50 amps, paved, pull-thrus. Security gates. Free showers, laundry, hot tub. Near all amenities, golf, fishing, water sports, shopping, bird watching on your site. Next to Chilliwack Heritage Park, Cheam Golf Course. Free high speed WiFi throughout park. Weekly rates available. Big Rig Friendly. Open All Year. ** Rates: Per Vehicle 2 Persons Unserviced $32-$39 Partial Service $43-$45 Serviced $47 Add’l Adult $5 Child 9 & Over $3. 120 a u l v O F G H I J K b c d f h k n V U 15