The Travel-British-Columbia.com 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 / Select Lodging - How to Use This Guide HOW TO USE THIS GUIDE TRAVEL-BRITISH-COLUMBIA.COM - PRINT GUIDE 2018/2019 LOCATE PLACES to STAY • Lodging, Cabins & Yurts • Private Campgrounds & RV Parks • National Parks • Winter Camping INSIDE Attractions • RV Rentals • RV Dealers & Service • RV Storage • Winter Camping www.travel-british-columbia.com The Travel-British-Columbia.com 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 offer services and supplies; RV rental companies, and a section on Attractions to help you enrich your vacation experience. LAYOUT The guide is divided into five sections and organized by the six British Columbia tourism regions. Section 1 Super Camping listings of RV parks, campgrounds and national parks are on pages 6 to 45. These listings appear under their community and are arranged in alphabetical order. Section 2 Select Lodging listings of hotel/motels, lodges, resorts, cabins and cottages, and other accommodation such as yurts, park model trailers and glamping tents are on pages 46 to 57. These listings appear under their community and are arranged in alphabetical order. Section 3 Attractions catering to RVers, campers and tourists are listed on page 58. Section 4 RV dealers, RV rental companies, RV service and RV storage places are listed on page 59. Section 5 Winter Camping & RVing are located on pages 60 to 61. These facilities, which are open year round, offer campsites usually on a weekly and/ or monthly basis. Maps The six BC tourism regions each have a map and a short write-up about some interesting tours and drives in the region. It is suggested that you select your destination from these maps and refer to the index of communities, arranged alphabetically on page 62 of the guide, for the page number of the listings you require. The regional maps are located in Section 1 among the Super Camping listings. 2 SEE INDEX ON PAGE 62 FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF COMMUNITIES The regional maps with suggested drives and short write-ups are: Vancouver Island and The Gulf Islands - page 6 Vancouver, Coast and Mountains - page 14 Thompson Okanagan – page 22 Kootenay Rockies – page 32 Cariboo Chilcotin Coast – page 38 Northern British Columbia – page 42 FEATURED MEMBERS MAP LISTING ENHANCEMENTS Campground and Lodging operators have the opportunity to “enhance” their listings with a paid “Featured Members” listing on the regional maps. These enhancements do not reflect any special rating or quality of the establishment. They are advertising preferences. LISTING ENHANCEMENTS Businesses have the opportunity to “enhance” their listings with the use of colour or a screened box. These enhancements do not reflect any special rating or quality of the establishment. They are advertising preferences. RATES INFORMATION The guide features 2018 rates. In rare cases where they are unavailable, 2017 rates have been substituted. Rates quoted are net of taxes unless stated. An additional 5% Goods and Services Tax (GST) applies to all rates and in the case of room rentals at lodging establishments an additional 8% Provincial Sales Tax. Certain communities in BC also charge a local hotel room tax of 2% or 3%. Please note that rates published in the guide are subject to change. Generally, printed rates represent low season to high season. Rates printed are not necessarily available at all times. When making a reservation directly with a campground, RV Park or lodging accommodation it is recommended that you ask for the facilities cancellation and refund policy. CANCELLATION, REFUND & PET POLICIES In some instances businesses have cancellation policies in place, please check at time of booking. The cancellation policy determines when and how a reservation can be cancelled, and details the refund procedures. Many operations have pet policies in effect; please call the property for details. CAMPING & RV SYMBOLS Handy icon symbols provide specific information on facilities found at, or immediately adjacent to, each campground, RV Park or RV dealer or rental agency. A complete list of symbols is provided on page 3. LODGING SYMBOLS Lodging establishments offer services and amenities in various types of accommodation including lodges, cabins, cottages, motels, hotels and RV park models. A complete list of symbols is provided on page 46. BIG RIG FRIENDLY Listings that include the wording “Big Rig Friendly” have five or more sites that are a minimum 24 feet wide by 60 feet long, offer 14 feet overhead clearance and have 50-amp service.
DEFINITION OF ABBREVIATION Add’l = Rate for an additional person CP = Cancellation Policy Hrs. = Hours Hwy = Highway Incl. = Includes Km = Kilometer L = Fluid Litre Mi = Mile Min. = Minute Oz. = Fluid Ounce ‘ = Feet WiFi = Wireless Internet Available CUSTOMER SERVICE GUARANTEE BC Lodging and Campgrounds Association has implemented a Customer Service Guarantee which all members are asked to adhere to in the operation of their businesses. • To maintain a high degree of cleanliness. • To carry out regular maintenance to ensure guest comfort. • To provide excellent service and hospitality at all times and to operate their business in a professional and courteous manner. • To exercise truth in all advertising and to advise guests of any services they are unable to provide. • To adhere to their policy on cancellations and deposit refunds as published. • To charge reasonable and appropriate rates at all times. • To offer fair exchange on U.S. currency. • To handle any complaints promptly and fairly. COMPLAINTS If you would like to file a complaint against a tourism business in British Columbia, there are several options available to you. The first is to contact the business directly to discuss your concerns. If this course of action does not attain the results you are seeking, you may then contact Consumer Protection BC who can offer assistance with financial or contractual disputes. To learn more, visit their website https://www.consumerprotectionbc. ca/. Lastly, you can share your experience with other consumers via a review of the business on popular peer-to-peer review sites such as TripAdvisor. For guidelines on how to post a review on TripAdvisor visit their website, https://www.tripadvisorsupport.com/hc/engb/articles/200614877/. NATIONAL PARKS CAMPING INFORMATION National parks protect outstanding examples of Canada’s natural environment. British Columbia is home to five national parks and park reserves, each with their own distinct characteristics. Camping is an excellent way to experience these national treasures. To receive your FREE guide to national parks and national historic sites in British Columbia please visit: www.pc.gc.ca/visit or call toll-free 1-888-773-8888. Reserve your campsite, oTENTik (tent-cabin structure in advance). Visit the reservations website for a list of participating campgrounds: www.reservation.pc.gc.ca. PROVINCIAL PARKS Provincial park campgrounds (BC Parks) are not listed in the guide. They are listed in the Go Camping BC guide, (see ad on page 20 for more information). Alternatively, for current information on camping at provincial parks, visit their website at: www.bcparks.ca or for reservations visit www.discovercamping.ca or call Discover Camping at 1-800-689-9025. CANADIAN RVING & CAMPING WEEK MAY 22 - 27, 2018 & MAY 21 – 26, 2019 Participating campgrounds across Canada will celebrate everything that makes camping and RVing so popular with activities, discounted camping rates, and a special fundraising initiative for a national charity. For information visit: https://www.campingrvbc. com/camping-week/. CAMPING APPRECIATION WEEKEND SEPTEMBER 7 - 8, 2018 & SEPTEMBER 6 - 7, 2019 Camping Appreciation Weekend is a national initiative co-ordinated by the Canadian Camping and RV Council to say thank you for your patronage over the summer. Campers are offered a special rate for two-nights camping at either $50, $60, $70 or $80 at participating campgrounds. Super Camping / Select Lodging - How to Use This Guide EXPLANATION OF CAMPING & RV SYMBOLS L50 • Total Campsites • Nombre total de sites • Anzahl von Einzelplätzen J • Pull-thru sites • Sites à entrée directe pour roulottes • Durchfahrbare Einzelplätze i • Beach/natural swimming • Plage/site naturel de baignade • Strand/Natürliche Schwimmgelegenheit r • Canoe/rowboat/kayak rental • Location de canots/chaloupes/kayak • Kanu-, Ruderboot-, kayak-verleih a • Accept reservations • Accepte réservations • Reservierung möglich K • Handicap facilities • Installations pour les personnes handicapées • Einrichtungen für Körperbehinderte j • Outdoor pool • Piscine extérieure • Freibad x • Hiking trails • Sentiers pour randonnée pèdestre • Wanderwege u • Credit cards accepted • Cartes de crédit acceptées • Kreditkarten akzeptiert b • Sani-station • Stations sanitaires • Abwasserstation Q • Indoor pool • Piscine intérieure • Hallenbad • ATV friendly • VTT amical • ATV freundlich l • Electrical outlets on site • Prises de courant sur le site • Individueller Stromanschluss c • Flush toilets • Toilettes avec chasse d’eau • Toiletten mit Wasserspülung k • Hot tub • Bain tourbillon • Whirlpool • Motorcycle friendly • moto amical • Motorrad freundlich v • 30 amp service • Service pour 30 amp • Service für 30 Ampere d • Showers • Douches • Duschen m • Snack bar • Casse-croûte • Snackbar s • Fishing • Pêche • Angeln O • 50 amp service • Service pour 50 amp • Service für 50 Ampere f • Pets permitted • Animaux familiers acceptés • Haustiere zugelassen M • Convenience store • Dépanneur • Allgemeinbedarfs lebensmittelgeschäft V • WiFi • WiFi • WiFi F • Water outlets on site • Prises d’eau sur le site • Individueller Wasseranschluss g • Propane • Gaz propane • Propangas n • Laundromat • Buanderie • Waschautomaten U • Seasonal Camping • Camping d’été • Sommer Camping G • Sewer outlets on site • Conduites d’égoûts sur le site • Individueller Abwasseranschluss h • Recreation hall • Salle de loisirs • Unterhaltungs-Gesellschaftraum o • Marina • Marina • Jachthafen • French • French • French H • Cable/Satellite hookup on site • Prises pour le câble/Satellite sur le site • Individueller Kabel/satellitanschluss t • Playground • Terrain de jeux • Spielplatz p • Boat launch • Rampe de mise à l’eau • Bootsrampe I • Tenting area • Terrain pour les tentes • Sonderplatz für Zelte W • Family Reunions • Réunion de famille • Familienwiedervereinigung q • Motor boat rental • Location de bateaux à moteurs • Motorboot-verleih 3
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