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TRAVEL-BRITISH-COLUMBIA.COM - PRINT GUIDE 2019/2020

LOCATE

PLACES

to STAY

• Lodging, Cabins & Yurts

• Private Campgrounds & RV Parks

• National Parks

INSIDE

RV Rentals • RV Dealers & Service • RV Storage • Winter Camping

www.travel-british-columbia.com


• Boat Rentals and ATV Tours available

• Bistro on the waterfront

• Store open May to September

• Winery, Spa, Golf Course and Cultural Center

Summerwithin walking distance

ONE OF THE OKANAGAN VALLEY’S FINEST RV DESTINATIONS

COME EXPERIENCE NK’MIP

IN ANY SEASON

Winter

• Offers 180 winterized sites: 50/30 Amp available ( Monthly rates available )

• Pool and hot tub open September-June; plus fitness room

• Activities to choose from include: | Aquatics | Card/Poker Night | Crafts

| Dances/ Parties | Jam Night | Pot Luck Dinner And much more!

Open year-round, NK’MIP RV Park offers over 350 sites ranging from tenting spots to full service RV stalls.

The clubhouse is perfect for events or meetings and offers an indoor pool, hot tub, fitness center and

games room (open Oct – May). Our snowbirds enjoy the warm winters and the coordinated activities!

8000 - 45th Street, Osoyoos, BC P: 250-495-7279

info@campingosoyoos.com | www.campingosoyoos.com


TRAVEL-BRITISH-COLUMBIA.COM

PRINT GUIDE

2019/2020

PLACES TO CAMP & STAY

Super Camping & Select Lodging

6 Vancouver Island & the Gulf Islands

16 Vancouver, Coast & Mountains

24 Thompson Okanagan

34 Kootenay Rockies

40 Cariboo Chilcotin Coast

44 Northern British Columbia

50 Winter Camping & RVing

OF INTEREST

2 How to Use this Guide

3 Explanation of Camping & Lodging Symbols

4 Travel Tips

49 RV Rentals, RV Dealers & Service, RV Storage

54 Index to Communities

56 Road Map of BC

WEBSITE RESOURCES

Camping and RVing Info

www.travel-british-columbia.com

www.campingrvbc.com

www.gorving.ca

www.parkscanada.gc.ca

www.bcparks.ca

www.rvrac.com

Lodging Info

www.travel-british-columbia.com

Travel Tips

www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca

www.icbc.com/road-safety

www.sanidumps.com

www.bcferries.com

www.fishing.gov.bc.ca

www.drivebc.com

http://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/safety/wildfire-status

Tourist Info

www.travel-british-columbia.com/travel-resources/

www.hellobc.com

http://caen-keepexploring.canada.travel/

simonsees.com

6 16

Thompson

Okanagan

24 34

40

50

Vancouver Island

& the Gulf Islands

TOTA

Cariboo

Chilcotin Coast

Destination BC

44

Vancouver

Coast &

Mountains

Destination BC

Kootenay

Rockies

Kootenay Rockies

Northern

British

Columbia

Destination BC

Winter

Camping

Wood Lake RV Park & Marina

Executive Director: Joss Penny | BC Lodging and Campgrounds

Association

Listing Sales: Anne Philley | BC Lodging and Campgrounds

Association

Printed By: Mitchell Press

Design & Layout: Cassandra Redding | SunCruiser Media

Ad Sales: Anne Philley | BC Lodging and Campgrounds Association &

SunCruiser Media

Cover: Fort Telkwa Riverfront RV Campground, Fort Telkwa, BC

Printed in Canada

Super Camping and Select Lodging are marketing initiatives

of the BC Lodging and Campgrounds Association (BCLCA).

This publication is printed annually to promote places to camp

and stay in British Columbia. The BCLCA and the publisher are

in no way responsible for errors or omissions printed in the

guide. No part of this publication may be reproduced without

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Super Camping / Select Lodging - How to Use This Guide

HOW TO USE THIS GUIDE

TRAVEL-BRITISH-COLUMBIA.COM - PRINT GUIDE 2019/2020

LOCATE

PLACES

to STAY

• Lodging, Cabins & Yurts

• Private Campgrounds & RV Parks

• National Parks

INSIDE

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; Parks Canada

campgrounds; RV dealers who offer services and supplies

and RV rental companies.

LAYOUT

The guide is divided into three sections

and organized by the six British Columbia

tourism regions.

Section 1

Super Camping and Select Lodging listings.

Page 6 – 47 has listings appear under their

community and arranged in alphabetical

order.

Search for Campgrounds and RV Parks

under the Header

2

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Look for Lodging, Cottages & Resorts under

the Header

LODGING, COTTAGES & RESORTS

Section 2

RV dealers, RV rental companies, RV

service and RV storage places are listed on

page 49.

Section 3

Winter Camping & RVing are located on

pages 50 – 53. These facilities, which are

open year round, offer campsites usually on

a daily, weekly and/or monthly basis from

November 1 – March 31 (winter season).

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 54 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.

SEE INDEX ON PAGE 54

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 16

Thompson Okanagan – page 24

Kootenay Rockies – page 34

Cariboo Chilcotin Coast – page 40

Northern British Columbia – page 44

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 2019 rates. In rare cases

where they are unavailable, 2018 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 3.


DEFINITION OF ABBREVIATION

Add’l = Rate for an additional person

Blvd = Boulevard

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 or travel business in

British Columbia, there are several options

available to you. The first and foremost is

to contact the business owner or manager

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 the 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/en-gb/

articles/200614877/.

NATIONAL PARKS (PARKS

CANADA) CAMPING

INFORMATION

National parks protect outstanding

examples of Canada’s natural environment.

British Columbia is home to five national

parks and park reserves run by Parks

Canada, 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

(BC PARKS)

Provincial park campgrounds known as

BC Parks are not listed in the guide. They

are listed in the Go Camping BC guide,

(see ad on page 15 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 21 - 25, 2019 and

MAY 19 – 23, 2020

Participating campgrounds across

Canada will celebrate everything that

makes camping and RVing so popular

with activities and discounted camping

rates. For information visit: https://www.

campingrvbc.com/camping-week/.

CAMPING APPRECIATION

WEEKEND SEPTEMBER 13 - 14,

2019 and SEPTEMBER 11 – 12,

2020

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

& LODGING 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

p

• Boat launch

• Rampe de mise à l’eau

• Bootsrampe

• Big Rig Friendly

• Big Rig Friendly

• Big Rig Friendly

K

• Handicap facilities

• Installations pour les personnes handicapées

• Einrichtungen für Körperbehinderte

j

• Outdoor pool

• Piscine extérieure

• Freibad

s

• Fishing

• Pêche

• Angeln

l

• Electrical outlets on site

• Prises de courant sur le site

• Individueller Stromanschluss

b

• Sani-station

• Stations sanitaires

• Abwasserstation

Q

• Indoor pool

• Piscine intérieure

• Hallenbad

V

• WiFi

• WiFi

• WiFi

F

• Water outlets on site

• Prises d’eau sur le site

• Individueller Wasseranschluss

c

• Flush toilets

• Toilettes avec chasse d’eau

• Toiletten mit Wasserspülung

M

• Convenience store

• Dépanneur

• Allgemeinbedarfs lebensmittelgeschäft

U

• Seasonal Camping

Camping d’été

• Sommer Camping

G

• Sewer outlets on site

• Conduites d’égoûts sur le site

• Individueller Abwasseranschluss

d

• Showers

• Douches

• Duschen

n

• Laundromat

• Buanderie

• Waschautomaten

• Motorcycle friendly

• moto amical

• Motorrad freundlich

I

• Tenting area

• Terrain pour les tentes

• Sonderplatz für Zelte

f

• Pets permitted

• Animaux familiers acceptés

• Haustiere zugelassen

o

• Marina

• Marina

• Jachthafen

Z

• Kitchenette

• Kitchenette

• Kitchenette

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Super Camping / Select Lodging - Travel Tips

TRAVEL TIPS

BORDER CROSSINGS/CANADA

CUSTOMS

The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA)

is responsible for border access, services and

security. The Canada Border Services Agency

web site http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/menueng.html

details many answers to questions

frequently asked by travellers. The Canadian

Food Inspection Agency handles the rules

concerning the temporary importing of pets

such as dogs. For expected wait times crossing

Canada/United States land borders visit http://

www.cbsa.gc.ca/bwt-taf/menu-eng.html.

When you enter Canada, a customs officer will

ask to see your national passport and a valid visa,

if one is necessary. Everyone from every country

arriving in Canada by Air, Land or Sea needs a

valid passport, or equivalent travel documents.

Customs officer’s at all Canadian entry points are

authorized to interview persons seeking entry to

Canada to determine admissibility. Their goal is

to facilitate the entry of legitimate travellers as

quickly as possible.

As a visitor, you can bring certain goods into

Canada for your own use as “personal baggage.”

Personal baggage includes clothing, camping

and sports equipment, cameras, mobile phones

and personal computers. This also includes

travelling in vehicles, vessels and aircrafts. First

and foremost, as required by law, all goods

must be declared at the time of your initial

contact with Customs. Customs does conduct

import/export examinations. For the most part,

these are routine in nature, and serve to verify

declarations.

Visitors to British Columbia are entitled to bring

in a reasonable number of personal effects.

Visitors aged 19 years or over may import free

of duty and taxes up to 1.14 L (40 oz.) of spirits

or 1.5 L (53 imperial oz.) of wine or 8.5 L (288

oz.) of beer or ale for personal consumption. If

18 or over 50 cigars, 200 cigarettes, 200g (7 oz.)

of tobacco, Currency and monetary instruments

equal to or greater than CAN $10,000 must be

reported to Canadian Customs.

All revolvers, pistols, fully automatic firearms

and other weapons (hunting rifles), and selfdefence

sprays such as pepper spray and mace are

prohibited entry into Canada. These items must

be declared to avoid the possibility of penalties,

including seizure or prosecution.

Food, plants, animals and related products: All

food, plants, animals, and related products must

be declared. Food can carry disease, such as E.

coli. Plants and plant products can carry invasive

alien species, such as the Asian Long-Horned

Beetle. Animals and animal products can carry

diseases, such as avian influenza and foot-andmouth

disease.

Despite the fact that cannabis (marijuana) has

become legal and regulated in Canada for adults

19 and over, it remains illegal to take cannabis

across Canada’s national borders, whether

you are entering or leaving. This rule applies

to everyone – even if you possess a medical

document authorizing you to have cannabis –

it is still illegal and will lead to the arrest and

prosecution of anyone doing so.

For more information on customs regulations

call the Canada Border Services Agency at

1-800-461-9999 within Canada and 204-983-

3500 outside Canada or visit www.cbsa-asfc.

gc.ca.

TEMPORARY IMPORTATION OF

VEHICLES AND PRIVATE BOATS

During your stay in Canada, as a visitor or a

temporary resident (not seasonal resident),

you can temporarily import passenger and

recreational vehicles, such as snowmobiles, boats

and trailers, as well as outboard motors, for your

personal use.

DRIVER LICENSES

A valid out-of-province driver’s license, including

an international driver’s license, can be used in

British Columbia for up to six months.

SEAT BELTS

British Columbia law requires that all drivers and

passengers use seat belts while driving or riding

in a motor vehicle. Strict car/booster regulations

are in place for children up to the age of twelve

years old, and they must be seated in the rear

seats in an age/weight appropriate restraint

system. For more details, visit www.icbc.com/

road-safety.

HELMETS

Helmets are required by all bicyclists and

motorcyclists.

MOBILE CELL PHONES

It is against the law to drive while using any

handheld electronic device. Drivers may use

hands-free cell phones that are voice activated,

or activated by one touch, provided they are

securely attached to the vehicle or driver’s

body i.e. an ear piece. For more information,

visit http://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/

transportation/driving-and-cycling.

DRIVING WHILE INFLUENCED BY

CANNABIS (AND OTHER DRUGS) OR

ALCOHOL

It is a criminal offence to operate, or be in the

care or control of a vehicle, whether in motion or

not, with a blood alcohol content of more than

.08 percent. Police in B.C. can issue an immediate

roadside prohibition to an impaired driver with

a blood-alcohol content of .05 or higher. Drivers

with blood alcohol content between .05 and

.08 may also face fines and license suspensions,

and have their vehicles impounded. Breath

samples may be requested by a peace officer and

refusing a breathalyzer test could also result in

criminal charges. For drug sobriety testing and

implications please visit https://www2.gov.bc.ca/

gov/content/transportation/driving-and-cycling/

road-safety-rules-and-consequences/drugalcohol.

VEHICLE ACCIDENTS

If you are involved in an accident, immediately

contact the local police or Royal Canadian

Mounted Police (RCMP), then your insurance

company.

ROAD CONDITIONS

For information on road conditions 24-hours a day

check the Drive BC website at

www.drivebc.com. The website includes links to

various other information sources such as Inland

Ferry Schedules, BC Ferries Waits, Border Crossing

Times and Major Incidents and Road Closures.

TOWING AN RV OF LESS

THAN 4,600 KG

Most recreational trailers weigh less than 4,600 kg

(10,100 pounds) when fully loaded, and thus may

be driven by a driver with a passenger car driver’s

license (Class 5 or 7 in British Columbia). An air

brake endorsement is required if either the truck

or trailer has air brakes. For more details, visit

http://www.icbc.com/driver-licensing/typeslicences/Pages/Towing-a-recreational-trailer.aspx

TOWING AN RV MORE THAN

4,600 KG

For RV trailers weighing more than 4,600 kg

(10,100 pounds) and neither the recreational

trailer nor your truck has air brakes, you need:

• Class 1, 2 or 3 driver’s license, or

• Class 4 or 5 driver’s license with a heavy trailer

endorsement (code 20), or

• Class 4 or 5 driver’s license with a house trailer

endorsement (code 07).

If you want to tow an RV that weighs more than

4,600 kg and either the recreational trailer or your

truck has air brakes, you need a Class 1 driver’s

license with an air brake endorsement.

For more information check the Insurance

Corporation of BC (ICBC) website at

http://www.icbc.com/driver-licensing/typeslicences/Pages/Towing-a-recreational-trailer.aspx

TRAILER WEIGHT CALCULATION

Please note that the weight of the trailer is

measured when fully loaded and the best way to

determine this is to visit a truck weigh scale. Some

RV owners assume the Gross Vehicle Weight

Rating (GVWR) marked on their trailer is its

actual weight. It isn’t. The actual GVWR weight

is the weight of the vehicle, including its load.

Operating an overloaded vehicle is dangerous -

and illegal.

SEWAGE DISPOSAL

Sani-stations are found at various locations

throughout the province, including campgrounds,

some gas stations and RV dealerships. For a list

of places to dump go to www.sanidumps.com.

Visitors are asked to respect the environment by

disposing of grey water and sewage in the proper

fashion.

Campgrounds, RV Dealers & Rentals offering

sani-station facilities to their customers can be

identified in Super Camping by looking for the

sani-station symbol in their listings b

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FERRIES

BC Ferries serves almost 50 ports along the

British Columbia coastline. For information on

ferry schedules, rates and vehicle reservations

call BC Ferries toll free at 1-888- 223-3779 from

within British Columbia or 250-386-3431 from

out of province or visit www.bcferries.com.

Inland ferries, operated by the Ministry of

Transportation, cross lakes and rivers around

the province. These ferries are all free of

charge. For inland ferry schedules visit http://

www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/transportation/

passenger-travel/water-travel/inland-ferries.

GOODS AND SERVICES TAX (GST)

The federal GST of 5% is applicable to most

purchased goods and services. GST is charged

on campsite and room rentals. The rates printed

in the guide are net of GST unless stated, so are

subject to the 5% GST for both camping and

lodging.

PROVINCIAL SALES TAX (PST)

An 8% Provincial Sales Tax is charged by hotels,

motels, cottages, inns, resorts and other roofed

accommodations on all overnight room rentals.

PST is not charged on campsite rentals as they

are an exempt supply. The Provincial Sales Tax

for other retail goods and services is 7%.

MUNICIPAL AND REGIONAL

DISTRICT TAX (MRDT)

As well in British Columbia a Municipal and

Regional District Tax of up to 2% and in some

cases 3% is charged in provincially approved

municipalities by hotels, motels, cottages, inns,

resorts and other roofed accommodations. This

levy is used to fund local Destination Marketing

Organizations. Some 50 municipalities are

approved to collect this 2% or 3% tax. The

additional 2% or 3% MRDT is only charged on

short-term room rentals and does not apply to

overnight campsite rentals.

FIREWOOD

Please do not move firewood from one location to

another as it can spread pests and disease. If you

are coming into Canada with your RV and wish

to have a campfire it is prohibited to bring your

own firewood from the USA to Canada without

an appropriate permit. The firewood must be

commercially packaged and labelled to show it has

been heat treated properly.

CAMPFIRE BANS

Occasionally campfire bans are implemented in

extreme dry weather. For information before you

travel, visit http://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/

safety/wildfire-status. Please note that propane

firepits and propane cooking devices can be used

during a campfire ban.

FOREST FIRES

If you spot a forest fire while travelling in British

Columbia, call the BC Forest Service toll free at

1-800-663-5555, or *5555 on your cell phone. For

more information, go to http://www2.gov.bc.ca/

gov/content/safety/wildfire-status.

FISHING

Separate licenses are required for saltwater and

freshwater fishing. The Federal Department of

Fisheries and Oceans issue saltwater licenses; the

provincial Ministry of Environment issues freshwater

licenses. Both types of licenses can be purchased at

some sporting goods stores and other retailers, as well

as most Service BC offices. Anglers are encouraged to

buy their licenses online at www.fishing.gov.bc.ca for

freshwater or, https://www-ops2.pac.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/

nrls-sndpp/index-eng.cfm for saltwater.

A specific license is required in National Parks and

can be purchased at the Park Headquarters at each

Park Canada site.

For more information on fishing go to

www.gofishbc.com a site run by the Freshwater

Fisheries Society of BC.

RVers

Love

IDaHO!

Super Camping / Select Lodging - Travel Tips

EMERGENCY 911

In emergency situations, contact the local

police, ambulance service, fire department

and other emergency services by calling 911.

Visitors taking prescribed medications should

bring a copy of their prescriptions in case they

need to be renewed or tended to by a doctor in

Canada.

TOURIST ALERT

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP)

is frequently asked to communicate urgent

messages to people on vacation. If you see your

name listed in newspapers, at information

centres or hear it on the radio or TV, please

contact the numbers given.

CAMPFIRES

The smoke from campfires pollutes our

environment; please limit your use of campfires

to cooking and warmth. It is recommended to

only use purchased wood from the campground

or lodging property and observe local burning

regulations. Do not leave a campfire unattended

and keep the fire to the allowable size of piled

material no larger than 0.5 m in height and 0.5

m in width.

BC PUBLIC HOLIDAYS

Banks, government offices and some stores will be

closed on the following days or on the subsequent

Monday if the holiday falls on a weekend:

2019 BC Public Holidays

Victoria Day May 20

Canada Day July 1

BC Day August 5

Labour Day September 2

Thanksgiving October 14

Remembrance Day November 11

Christmas Day December 25

Boxing Day December 26

2020 BC Public Holidays

New Year’s Day January 1

BC Family Day February 17

Good Friday April 10

Easter Monday April 13

Victoria Day May 18

Canada Day July 1

BC Day August 3

Labour Day September 7

Thanksgiving October 12

Remembrance Day November 11

Christmas Day December 25

Boxing Day December 26

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Super Camping/Select Lodging - Vancouver Island & The Gulf Islands

VANCOUVER ISLAND & THE GULF ISLANDS

Cape Scott

Park

Quatsino

Sound

Port

Hardy

Port

Alice

Brooks

Peninsula

Park

Port

McNeill

Nimpkish

Lake Park

Nootka

Sound

Pacific Marine Circle Tour

Island Highway 19 Drive

Vancouver Island Region

Nanaimo to Tofino Hwy 4

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Tahsish-

Kwois Park

Telegraph

Cove Sayward

Zeballos

Tahsis

Clayoquot

Sound

Knight

Inlet

Campbell11

River13

Bute

Inlet

Heriot

Bay

Toba Inlet

Jervis Whistler

Quathiaski

Lund

Inlet

Gold 28

Black 7Cove

Powell River

River

Creek

Tantalus

Strathcona 19A 101

Park

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Clayoquot

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VICTORIA

FEATURED MEMBERS

1. Bates Beach Oceanfront Resort,

Courtenay, pages 8 & 50

2. Crystal Cove Beach Resort, Tofino,

pages 12 & 50

3. Inn on Long Lake, Nanaimo, page 11

4. Living Forest Oceanside Campground

& RV, Nanaimo, pages 10 & 50

5. Mountainaire Campground & RV Park,

Nanaimo, pages 10 & 50

6. Oceanside – A Parkbridge Camping

& RV Resort, Saanichton (Victoria),

pages 13 & 50

7. Pacific Playgrounds Resort & Marina,

Black Creek, pages 9 & 50

8. Pedder Bay Resort & Marina, Victoria

(Metchosin), page 13

9. Qualicum Bay Resort, Qualicum Bay,

pages 11, 12 & 50

10. Sailcone’s Wilderness Fishing &

Grizzly Bear Lodge, Minstrel Island/

Knights Inlet, page 10

11. Salmon Point Resort RV Park &

Marina, Campbell River, pages 8 & 50

12. Terrace Beach Resort, Ucluelet,

page 13

13. Thunderbird RV Park & Resort,

Campbell River, pages 8 & 50

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Situated along Canada’s southwest coast, Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands are a haven of stunning

coastlines, lush temperate rainforests, snow-capped mountains, miles of wind-swept beaches and charming

communities. Accessible by vehicle ferries in Vancouver (BC), and Anacortes, Port Angeles, and Seattle

(WA), visitors come here to enjoy a myriad of outdoor activities such as golfing, boating, fishing, hiking,

skiing, and wildlife viewing. Whether visiting local artisans, beachcombing, taking in a local festival, or

discovering the history and attractions of Victoria – the provincial capital – Vancouver Island and the Gulf

Islands offer unique experiences for everyone.

Island Highway 19: Nanaimo to Port Hardy Scenic Drive

Along Vancouver Island’s east coast, start your drive from Nanaimo on Highway 19 and travel north for 391 km (243 mi) to the

city of Port Hardy – the island’s gateway to the Inside Passage with ferry service to Prince Rupert and Bella Coola. Between

Nanaimo and Port Hardy, visitors can explore numerous seaside towns and cities which offer active or gentle diversions such

as: caving tours at Horne Lake; challenging golf courses in Qualicum Beach; alpine adventures in the Comox Valley; fishing

excursions in Campbell River; and kayaking or wildlife-viewing excursions from Port McNeill and Telegraph Cove.

Pacific Marine Circle Route

The Pacific Marine Circle Tour is a 255 km (158 mi) journey of south Vancouver Island, and offers beautiful views of the Salish

Sea. Explore geological formations in Sooke Potholes Provincial Park, and wander along sections of the Juan de Fuca Marine

Trail as you explore the beaches along the route. Visit fishing and forestry communities such as Port Renfrew and Lake

Cowichan, learn the history of Chemainus through the murals which made the community world renown, or take a stroll along

the Kinsol Trestle, a restored wooden railway trestle that spans 187 metres (613 ft) in length and 44 metres (144 ft) high. Drivers

are cautioned that some sections of this route may have narrow sections with single lane bridges and sharp turns, and drivers

may encounter active logging trucks.

Super Camping/Select Lodging - Vancouver Island & The Gulf Islands

Nanaimo to Tofino, Highway 4

The drive from Nanaimo to Tofino will take approximately three hours, but allow extra time for scenic stops and to stretch your

legs. This drive is not to be rushed as you’ll want to make stops along the way to explore and admire the rugged beauty, snap

some photos, and simply reflect on the splendour of this place. The route will take you through Cathedral Grove in MacMillan

Provincial Park with old growth trees over 800 year old. In Port Alberni, visit McLean Mill Historic Park and ride the Alberni

Pacific Railway. Continue to the rugged village of Ucluelet to unplug and reconnect, or travel through the famous Pacific Rim

National Park to explore Tofino and its amazing beaches.

RATES: Charges may be based on either per vehicle or number of persons.

Charges may apply for additional persons.

CP POLICY: For Cancellation Policy check with property.

PETS: For Pet Policy check with property for any rates that may be in effect.

See page 3 for symbol explanation

Bamfield

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Pachena Bay Campground

Tel: (250) 728-1287

info@pachenabaycampground.ca

www.pachenabaycampground.ca

90 Emchiss Way, Ancala (Bamfield) BC V0R 1B0

Pachena Bay Campground is nestled in an

old-growth rainforest next to an expansive,

sandy beach that directly faces the open

Pacific Ocean. The campground has been

smartly upgraded to welcome RVs, campers

and tenting. CP 7 days prior to check-in. Pets

welcome, must be kept on leash at all times.

Open: Apr - Oct. ** Rates: Check website.

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Bowser/Deep Bay

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Deep Bay RV Park

Tel: (250) 757-8424

info@deepbayrvpark.com

www.deepbayrvpark.com

5315 Deep Bay Dr., Bowser BC V0R 1G0

Centrally located on Vancouver Island in

Lighthouse Country. The First Nations called

Deep Bay, “ay’ajumuuxw”, where it is so

beautiful. Family RV park on 1500’ waterfront.

Swimming, fishing, boating, tidal pools,

shellfish, eagles, seals, herons. Quiet, 2 kms. off

Hwy, access from Hwy 19, Exit 87, to Hwy 19A.

Open: May 1 - Sep 30. ** Rates: Serviced $43

Partial Service $33-$38 Unserviced $33-$38

Tenting $33-$38. Cabin $110/night $660/week

plus GST.

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Campbell River & Area

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Brown’s Bay Resort

Tel: (250) 287-7108 Toll: 1-800-620-6739

www.brownsbayresort.com

15021 Brown’s Bay Rd., Campbell River BC

V9H 1N9

Oceanfront wilderness resort with seaside

rental cabins, luxurious glamping tents, full

service seaside RV Park, marina with fuel

dock, boat launch and seasonal restaurant.

Breathtaking views of Discovery Passage.

Watch Alaska bound cruise ships a stones

throw away. Lots of wildlife can be spotted

from the shoreline. Located only 19 km N. of

Campbell River, 5 km gravel road down to the

bay. Open: Apr 1 - Oct 31. ** Rates: Serviced

$55-$60 Tenting $40.

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Super Camping/Select Lodging - Vancouver Island & The Gulf Islands

Driftwood By The Sea Inn and

RV Resort

Tel: (250) 203-0373 Toll: 1-888-703-0373

driftwoodbythesea@telus.net

www.driftwoodbythesea.com

170 South Island Hwy, Campbell River BC

V9W 1A3

Welcome to Driftwood by the Sea Inn and RV

Resort! Our year round, adult-oriented resort

offers level spacious full-service RV sites for

daily and longer term RV stays. New showers,

laundry facility. Across from the beach and

the sea walk. Mins. to downtown boutiques,

restaurants and adventure tours. Open All Year.

** Rates: Serviced $39-$45.

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Salmon Point Resort RV

Park & Marina

Tel: (250) 923-6605 Toll: 1-866-246-6605

www.salmonpoint.com

2176 Salmon Point Rd., Campbell River BC

V9H 1E5

155 full-service RV sites overlooking the

Georgia Strait and Coastal Mountains. 30/50

amp service, cable TV and basic WiFi.

Restrooms with free hot showers. Seasonal

heated pool. Year round adult-oriented jacuzzi

and adult recreation hall. Kids games room,

horseshoes, shuffleboard, nature trail, marina,

boat launch, fuel, propane, small store and

coin laundry. Open All Year. ** Rates: Serviced

$44-$62 Tenting $33-$40 (unserviced only).

** See winter listing page 50. ** See featured

members page 6.

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Thunderbird RV Park & Resort

Tel: (250) 286-3344

tbirdrvpark@telus.net

www.thunderbirdrvpark.com

2660 Spit Rd., Campbell River BC V9W 6E3

Located on the spit, we have beautiful views

of Campbell River estuary behind us and

spectacular oceanviews in front. Family RV

Park & Resort. 4 cottages. Easy access to

beach and walking path. So much to see,

whales, bald eagles, cruise ships passing

almost nightly, marina, boat launch and

shopping centre 10 mins. walk. Open All Year.

** Rates: Serviced $40-$45. ** See winter

listing page 50. ** See featured members

page 6.

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Driftwood By The Sea Inn

and RV Resort

Tel: (250) 203-0373 Toll: 1-888-703-0373

driftwoodbythesea@telus.net

www.driftwoodbythesea.com

170 South Island Hwy, Campbell River BC

V9W 1A3

Welcome to Driftwood by the Sea! We are a

year round, adult-oriented Inn offering daily,

weekly and holiday stays. Enjoy our top-rated,

well-appointed oceanview cottages with

spectacular cruise ship and wildlife views. Have

a campfire on the beach. Mins. to downtown

boutiques, restaurants and adventure tours.

Open All Year ** Rates: Low Season $111-$125

High Season $136.

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Salmon Point Resort RV

Park & Marina

Tel: (250) 923-6605 Toll: 1-866-246-6605

sales@salmonpoint.com

www.salmonpoint.com

2176 Salmon Point Rd., Campbell River BC

V9H 1E5

Oceanside resort located midway between

Courtenay & Campbell River. 1 and 2 bedroom

fully- equipped cottages & RV Accommodation

units; coin laundry; Seasonal heated swimming

pool; Year round adult-oriented hot-tub

& rec hall; kids gamesroom; playground;

shuffleboard; horseshoes; nature walk, 90 slip

marina; boat launch; fishing; propane; marine

fuel. Open All Year. ** Rates: Low Season $95-

$175 High Season $150-$250. ** See featured

members page 6.

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Rentals

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Thunderbird RV Park & Resort

Chemainus & Area

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Chemainus River Campgrounds

Tel: (250) 246-9357 Toll: 1-877-440-1010

8682 Trans Canada Hwy, Chemainus BC V0R 1K4

3 km S. of Chemainus on Trans Canada Hwy.

Enjoy 9 wooded hectares situated along the

Chemainus River. Large sunny & wooded sites.

Water, power, sewer, showers, laundromat and

internet. Monthly rates available. Reservation

fee and CP policy. Open All Year. ** Rates

Serviced $45-$55 Tenting $35-$45.

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Country Maples RV Resort

Tel: (250) 246-2078

countrymaples@htr.ca

www.holidaytrailsresorts.com

9010 Trans Canada Hwy, Chemainus BC V0R 1K4

River, games, clubhouse, banquets, weddings,

meetings, mini golf, dog run, WiFi, activities,

ocean, island, RV, camping, trailers and

motorhomes. Open All Year. ** Rates: Serviced

$46-$70 Partial Service $44-$66 Unserviced

$37-$49 Tenting $37-$49. ** See winter listing

page 50. ** See ad pages 9 & 47.

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Comox/Courtenay/

Cumberland/Fanny Bay &

Area

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Bates Beach Oceanfront Resort

Tel: (250) 334-4154

batesbeach@shaw.ca

www.batesbeach.bc.ca

5726 Coral Rd., Courtenay BC V9J 1W9

Oceanfront Camping overlooking the

Inside Passage to Alaska, the Salish Sea &

Coast Mountains. Resort is adjacent to 1,140

acre nature-park with hiking, biking and

beachcombing access. We offer kayak rentals

to explore inshore waters, tidal pools, rocky

reefs and view marine mammals in their natural

habitat, camp playground, horseshoe pitch and

boat launch. Open All Year. ** Rates: Serviced

$50 Partial Service $35-$40 Unserviced $30

Tenting $30. ** See winter listing page 50.

** See featured members page 6. ** See ad

page 9.

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LODGING, COTTAGES & RESORTS

Brown’s Bay Resort

Tel: (250) 287-7108 Toll: 1-800-620-6739

www.brownsbayresort.com

15021 Brown’s Bay Rd., Campbell River BC

V9H 1N9

Luxurious oceanfront cabins fully-equipped

for up to six guests. Spectacular oceanviews

of Discovery Passage, watch wildlife while

relaxing on the spacious covered deck. Come

and explore the glamping lifestyle and stay

in one of our exclusive tents. The deluxe even

comes equipped with three piece bathroom,

hot/cold running water, cooking facilities

and all linens. Indulge in nature with luxury

comfort. ** Rates: Low Season $125-$299 High

Season rates $149-$349.

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Tel: (250) 286-3344

tbirdrvpark@telus.net

www.thunderbirdrvpark.com

2660 Spit Rd., Campbell River BC V9W 6E3

Four deluxe cottages featuring all the luxuries

of home. Complete fully-equipped kitchens,

satellite TV, fireplace, jacuzzi tubs. Relax

while enjoying beautiful, natural views of the

Campbell River estuary and wildlife. Near the

ocean and walking path to watch cruise ships

and killer whales pass by. Marina, boat launch

and shopping centre 10 mins. walk. Open All

Year. ** Rates: Low Season $149-$189 High

Season $189-$289. ** See featured members

page 6.

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Cumberland Lake Park

Campground

Tel: (250) 702-8833

info@clws.ca

www.cumberlandlakepark.ca

1100 Comox Lake Rd., Cumberland BC V0R 1S0

Lakeside camping in a beautiful treed

24-hectare park just outside of funky

downtown Cumberland. Lake offers swimming

float, concession, lakeside picnic tables, firepits

and sandy beaches. Campground offers 18

serviced and 41 unserviced sites, group sites,

boat launch and hiking/climbing trails. Open:

May 1 – Sep 30. ** Rates: Partial Service $38

Unserviced $28 Tenting $28.

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Lighthouse RV Park

Tel: (250) 335-1667

info@vancouverislandrv.ca

www.vancouverislandrv.ca

8256 Island Hwy S., Fanny Bay BC V0R 1W0

Under New Management. Welcome to the

Lighthouse RV Park you will discover a world

of relaxation and adventure. Enjoy a number

of outdoor activities or enjoy our oceanfront

views. 30 and 50 amp. Pets welcome. Open All

Year. ** Rates: Serviced $35-$56.

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Pacific Playgrounds Resort

& Marina

Tel: (250) 337-5600 Toll: 1-877-239-5600

info@pacificplaygrounds.com

www.pacificplaygrounds.com

9082 Clarkson Ave, Black Creek BC V9J 1B3

Old growth trees, ocean, sandy beach, river,

mountain views. 9 golf courses, winter skiing.

Courtenay, Campbell River all within 30 mins.

Open All Year. ** Rates: Check website for

rates. ** See winter listing page 50. ** See

featured members page 6.

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Puntledge RV Campground &

Nim Nim Interpretive Centre

Tel: (250) 334-3773

puntledge_rv_campground@shaw.ca

www.puntledgerv.com

4624 Condensory Rd., Courtenay BC V9J 1R6

Family, mountain views, shopping,

comfortable, grass, culture, walking, native

art gallery museum. Traditional tourism, trails,

indigenous, beautiful, tubing, fresh water, relax,

spacious, aboriginal hospitality experience.

Quiet, clean facilities, friendly staff, First

Nations Territory. Adjacent downtown, hiking,

playground, serene scenic nature wilderness

landscape, majestic, picturesque secluded,

peaceful, central destination fun adventure.

Open All Year. ** Rates: Serviced $45 Partial

Service $34 Unserviced $25 Tenting $25.

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TeePee Park Campground

Tel: (250) 339-5271

teepeepark@telus.net

www.cafconnection.ca (Choose Comox)

Kilmorely Rd., Comox BC V9M 4C1

Beautiful oceanfront camping with sandy

beach and mountain views. Some forested

sites. Family-oriented military campground.

Easy access to all the recreational

opportunities in the Comox Valley. Special

rates for CAF members and retirees. General

public welcome. 20 sites available for winter

camping November to February. Open All Year.

** Rates: Check website. ** See winter listing

page 50.

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LODGING, COTTAGES & RESORTS

Pacific Playgrounds Resort &

Marina

& Marina

Tel: (250) 337-5600 Toll: 1-877-239-5600

info@pacificplaygrounds.com

www.pacificplaygrounds.com

9082 Clarkson Ave, Black Creek BC V9J 1B3

Beautiful full-service ocean side destination

resort located halfway between Courtenay

and Campbell River, on the eastern shore of

Vancouver Island. Beautiful coastal views of

the mainland, miles of beach to explore on

Saratoga Beach, only steps away from Pacific

Playgrounds. RV sites, cottages, marina, boat

launch, tackle and general store. Open All

Year. ** Rates: Check website for rates. ** See

featured members page 6.

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Book Your Site On

travel-british-columbia.com

Duncan & Area

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Riverside Campground & Cabins

Tel: (250) 746-4352

riversidecamping@highspeedplus.com

www.riversidecampingduncan.com

1 - 3065 Allenby Rd., Duncan BC V9L 6W5

1 km W. off Hwy 1 on Allenby Rd. Riverfront

camping, grassed and shaded with firepits.

Near Cowichan Native Village and totems.

Washrooms open May 1 – Oct 1. Open all

year for self-contained RVs. Club & cyclist

rates available. Open: May 1 - Oct 1. ** Rates:

Serviced $30 Partial Service $30 Unserviced

$22.

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Gold River to Tahsis

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Moutcha Bay Resort

Toll: 1-877-337-5464

info@nootkamarineadventures.com

www.nootkamarineadventures.com

1631 Head Bay Rd., Tahsis BC V0P 1X0

Fully serviced camping sites available.

In-season amenities include free WiFi,

playground, sani-dump, marina, boat launch,

fishing charters, fish processing, gift shop and

restaurant (limited/no services during shoulder

season). Options available waterfront camping

yurts, accommodating up to 4 guests. Open:

May - Sep. Rates: $40 - $95 per site.

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BATES BEACH

Oceanfront Resort

Oceanfront Camping

overlooking the

Inside Passage to

Alaska, Salish Sea &

Coast Mountains

Super Camping/Select Lodging - Vancouver Island & The Gulf Islands

(250) 334-4154

batesbeach@shaw.ca~www.batesbeach.bc.ca

• Pools • Hot Tubs • Laundromat

• WiFi • Store • Big Rig Friendly

(250) 246-2078

9010 Trans Canada Hwy

Chemainus, BC

Book online at www.htr.ca

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Super Camping/Select Lodging - Vancouver Island & The Gulf Islands

Hornby Island

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Tribune Bay Campsite

Tel: (250) 335-2359

www.tribunebay.com

5200 Shields Rd., Hornby Island BC V0R 1Z0

Family camping in a treed setting, adjacent to

Provincial Park Reserve at beautiful Tribune

Bay. Sheltered, safe, sandy beach. Open: Jun

15 - Sep 15. ** Rates: Serviced $45 Unserviced

Backpackers $35 Tenting $40.

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Minstrel Island & Area

LODGING, COTTAGES & RESORTS

Sailcone’s Wilderness Fishing

& Grizzly Bear Lodge

Tel: (250) 334-8858 Toll: 1-877-764-4286

grizzlybear@shaw.ca

www.grizzly-bear-watching.com

Minstrel Island, Knight Inlet BC V0R 2V0

This is the ideal location to see black bears,

killer whales, humpback whales, dolphins,

stellar seals, sea lions and eagles. Familyowned

and operated with that friendly

comfortable feel. Small groups, personalized

packages available. Open: Jun 1 - Oct 15. **

Rates: 3-night trip Low Season $1,890-$2,550

High Season $2,590-$3,250. ** See featured

members page 6.

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Oceanside Campground & RV Park

Nanaimo, Vancouver Island

53 acres, 300 incredible sites

LivingForest.com 250-755-1755

Facebook.com/LivingForestRV

Nanaimo & Area (including

Gabriola Island)

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Brannen Lake RV Park

& Campsite

Tel: (250) 756-0404 Toll: 1-866-756-0404

4220 Biggs Rd., Nanaimo BC V9T 5P9

Family-oriented campsite with wooded and

sunny sites. Weekend hayrides. Brannen Lake

is a beautiful lake, perfect for swimming and

fishing. Large grassy area available for picnics

and group camping. Family camping at it’s

best! Monthly and seasonal rates available.

Open: May 15 - Oct 15. ** Rates: Serviced $39-

$41 Partial Service $37 Unserviced $30-$32.

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Descanso Bay Regional Park

Tel: (250) 247-8255

www.rdn.bc.ca/rdn-camping

595 Taylor Bay Rd, Gabriola Island, BC V0R 1X3

Camping by the ocean on Gabriola Island

provides many delights for kayakers,

picnickers, hikers and swimmers. Located near

the ferry, this family-oriented campground

offers private, wooded sites and is an ideal

location for discovering all Gabriola has to

offer. Open All Year. ** Rates: Unserviced Low

Season $10/night (Oct-Mar); High Season $17/

night (Apr-Sep). See website for reservations

and CP Policy.

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Jinglepot RV Park &

Campgrounds

Tel: (250) 758-1614

www.jinglepotrv.ca

4012 Jingle Pot Rd., Nanaimo BC V9T 5P9

Enjoy spending serene, peaceful time amid

rock gardens, fragrant blooms, sounds of

fountains and bird songs. Full facilities with a

central, convenient location that offers easy

access to Nanaimo and the whole island,

including ferries. Exit 24 to Jingle Pot Rd. off

Hwy 19, immediate left. Sani-station fee guest

$3, public $10. Open All Year. ** Rates: Serviced

$42-$47 Partial Service $34-$38 Tenting $27-

$29.

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Living Forest Oceanside

Campground & RV

Tel: (250) 755-1755

reservations@livingforest.com

www.livingforest.com

6 Maki Rd., Nanaimo BC V9R 6N7

Award-winning 53-acre waterfront

campground and RV park. 345 spacious,

groomed sites on this forested parklike

property where the clear Nanaimo River meets

the ocean. Top-rated facilities, well-maintained

and family managed. Eye popping scenery,

paved roads and onsite recreation. Perfect

base camp location to explore Vancouver

Island. 0.5 km to shopping centre, 5 km to

downtown - yet a world apart. Open All Year.

** Rates: Serviced $50-$61 Partial Service

$43-$48 Unserviced $37-$41 Tenting $37-$41.

** See winter listing page 50. ** See featured

members page 6. ** See ad same page.

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Mountainaire Campground &

RV Park

Tel: (250) 245-1169 Toll: 1-866-311-2267

register@mountainairervpark.com

www.mountainairervpark.com

1094 Spruston Rd., Nanaimo BC V9X 1R2

Nanaimo’s favourite family campground. Offers

the Vancouver Island traveller a safe, clean,

environment where the whole family can relax,

enjoy a swim in the river, cook a meal over an

open fire, or enjoy a Friday night movie and

popcorn under the stars. 15 mins. from town,

yet a world away. Join us, you’ll be glad you

did! Open All Year. ** Rates: Serviced Starting

at $45 Partial Service $42 Unserviced $35

Tenting $35 plus taxes. ** See winter listing

page 50. ** See featured members page 6.

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Rondalyn - A Parkbridge

Camping & RV Resort

Tel: (250) 245-3227

rondalyn@parkbridge.com

www.parkbridge.com/rondalyn

1350 Timberlands Rd., Ladysmith BC V9G 1L5

Family-friendly resort with swimming pool,

hot tub, clubhouse with kitchen and TV, WiFi,

cabin rentals, clean washrooms. Weekly rates

available. 18 km south of Nanaimo, 8 km

north of Ladysmith. Turn west off Hwy 1 onto

Timberlands Rd. Off-season rates available.

Open All Year. ** Serviced $51-$56 Partial

Service $45. ** See winter listing page 50. **

See ad page 14.

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...is the waterfront

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LODGING, COTTAGES & RESORTS

Inn on Long Lake

Tel: (250) 758-1144 Toll: 1-800-565-1144

reservations@innonlonglake.com

www.innonlonglake.com

4700 Island Hwy N., Nanaimo BC V9T 1W6

All lakeview rooms, each with private patio or

balcony overlooking beautiful Long Lake. All

rooms feature fridge, microwave and coffee

maker. Free WiFi, parking and continental

breakfast. Open All Year. ** Rates: Low Season

$125-$215 High Season $150-$240. ** See

featured members page 6.

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Nanoose Bay

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Nanoose Creek Campground

Tel: (250) 468-7186 Cell: (250) 951-8338

Toll: 1-866-468-7186

2212 Island Hwy E., Nanoose Bay BC V9P 9A8

Conveniently located mid-island, 10 mins. drive

to either Parksville or Nanaimo. Enjoy the

peace and tranquility of a small campground

with large spacious sites close to beaches, golf

courses and hiking. Free hot showers, internet,

free WiFi, cablevision. Groups welcome.

Pull-thrus over 125’. Open All Year. ** Rates:

Serviced $40 Unserviced $35 Tenting $35 incl.

taxes.

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Parksville & Area

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Paradise Sea-Side Resort

Tel: (250) 248-6612 Toll: 1-866-325-1874

www.paradisefunpark.net

375 W. Island Hwy, Parksville BC V9P 1A1

Deluxe RV park beside acres of Parksville’s

sandy beach. Adjacent to Paradise Sea-Shell

Motel and Paradise Fun Park, offering two 18-

hole mini-golf, bumper boats, etc. Easy walk to

town and fine restaurants. Open: Mar - Oct. **

Rates: Serviced $34-$60.

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Pender Island

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Gulf Islands National Park

Reserve - Prior Centennial

Campground

Tel: (250) 654-4000 Toll Free: 1-866-944-1744

gulf.islands@pc.gc.ca

www.parkscanada.gc.ca/gulf

North Pender Island, Pender Island BC V8L 2P8

Small forested campground on North Pender

Island, 6 km from the ferry with drive-in

sites. A great base from which to explore

the Penders. Reservations 1-877-737-3783 or

online at https://reservation.parkscanada.gc.ca.

Fees apply. RV accessible with no service.

Open: May 15 - Sep 30. ** Rates: 6 Persons

Unserviced $17.60/night. Rates subject to

change. ** Languages Spoken: English, French.

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Port Alberni

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Arrowvale Riverside

Campground & Cottages

Tel: (250) 723-7948

info@arrowvale.ca

www.arrowvale.ca

5955 Hector Rd., Port Alberni BC V9Y 9E8

Beautiful 67-acres riverside farm setting.

Petting farm tour, playground, livestock,

Canadian horses and pumpkin patch. Bird

watching. Tubing on Somass River, bring your

own tube. Weekly, monthly and seasonal rates

available Oct-May. Open All Year. ** Rates:

Serviced $39 Unserviced $31 Tenting $31.

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CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Port Hardy RV Resort & Cabins

Tel: (250) 949-8111 Toll: 1-855-949-8118

porthardyrvresort@telus.net

www.porthardyrvresort.com

8080 Goodspeed Rd., Port Hardy BC V0N 2P0

Off Hwy 19, 0.8 km (1/2 mi) north of Bear

Cove (BC Ferries) junction. RV and tenting

campground nestled between Quatse River

and 138 acres Estuary Wildlife Sanctuary. 5

mins. from BC Ferries. Ideal if coming from

or going to Prince Rupert. Easy in and out.

Clean friendly environment, large public BBQ

area, firewood and freezing facilities. 12 selfcontained

log cabins. Open All Year. ** Rates:

Serviced $40 Tenting $25. ** See winter listing

page 50.

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Quatse River Regional Park &

Campground

Tel: (250) 949-2395 Toll: 1-866-949-2395

reservations@quatsecampground.ca

www.quatsecampground.ca

8400 Byng Rd., Port Hardy BC V0N 2P0

As part of a richly forested regional park,

the Quatse Campground offers fishing

opportunities and easy access to hiking

trails. Revenue funds salmon enhancement

at the Quatse River Hatchery. Tours and

interpretive displays are offered by the

Salmon Stewardship Centre. We are off the

highway, minutes away from ferry terminal and

downtown Port Hardy. Discount for seniors.

Add’l vehicle $7.35/day incl. tax. Open: May

Long Weekend – Sep 30. ** Rates: Serviced

$42.95 (power/water) Tenting $28.20 incl. tax.

** Languages Spoken: English, French.

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Qualicum Beach & Area

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Horne Lake Regional Park

Tel: (250) 248-0500

www.rdn.bc.ca/rdn-camping

3890 Horne Lake Cave Rd., Qualicum Beach BC

Located near Horne Lake Caves, this regional

park has kilometers of lake and riverfront to

explore. A boat ramp, canoe and SUP rentals,

forest trails and a day-use picnicking area

complement the campground’s rustic wooded

and lakefront sites. Open All Year. ** Rates:

Unserviced Low Season $10/night (Oct-Mar);

High Season $20/night (Apr-Sep). See website

for reservations and CP Policy.

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Qualicum Bay Resort

Tel: (250) 757-2003

www.resortbc.com

5970 Island Hwy W., Qualicum Bay BC V9K 2N1

Man-made swimming lake, 220’ waterslide.

Well-equipped playground includes

trampoline, swings and cable slides, disc

golf course. Grounds that are ideal for social

gatherings and family reunions, organized

activities. Central location for all island

activities. Open All Year. ** Rates: Check

website. ** See winter listing page 50. ** See

featured members page 6.

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Whiskey Creek RV Campground

Tel: (250) 752-8321

wccampground@gmail.com

www.whiskeycreekrvcampground.com

1268 Chatsworth Rd., Qualicum Beach BC

V9K 1V6

Located 18 kms west of Parksville on Hwy 4 at

the foot of Mt. Arrowsmith. Very quiet location,

minutes from Little Qualicum Falls, Cameron

Lake and Cathedral Grove. Hiking and trail

rides nearby. Open All Year. ** Rates: Serviced

$38 Partial Service $33 Tenting $33.

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LODGING, COTTAGES & RESORTS

Qualicum Bay Resort

Tel: (250) 757-2003

www.resortbc.com

5970 Island Hwy W., Qualicum Bay BC V9K 2N1

11 fully serviced and unique units including

a mix of motel rooms, 1 & 2-bedroom suites,

2-bedroom cottages all located just across the

street from the ocean. If looking for adventure,

pack a sleeping bag and pillow, and come

spend the night in our popular Camper Cabins!

Seasonal swimming pond and waterslide,

playground, beach volleyball, disc golf, and

games room. Open All Year. ** Rates: Check

website.** See featured members page 6.

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CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Gulf Islands National

Park Reserve - McDonald

Campground

Tel: (250) 654-4000 Toll Free: 1-866-944-1744

gulf.islands@pc.gc.ca

www.parkscanada.gc.ca/gulf

McDonald Campground

A great home base for exploring the Gulf

Islands. Located on McDonald Park Rd., off

Hwy 17, south of Swartz Bay ferry terminal.

Drive-in sites. Many amenities in nearby Sidney.

RV accessible with no service. Reservable sites

1-877-737-3783 or online at https://reservation.

parkscanada.gc.ca. Fees apply. Open: May 15 -

Sep 30. ** Rates: 6 Persons Unserviced $17.60/

night. Rates subject to change. ** Languages

Spoken: English, French.

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Gulf Islands National Park

Reserve - Sidney Spit

Tel: (250) 654-4000 Toll Free: 1-866-944-1744

gulf.islands@pc.gc.ca

www.parkscanada.gc.ca/gulfislands

Sidney Spit, Sidney Island

Sidney Spit is located on Sidney Island, a 20

min. foot passenger ferry ride from the town

of Sidney. It offers camping, trails, a dock and

mooring buoys along with miles of beaches.

Reservations https://reservations.pc.gc.ca. or

1-877-737-3783. Open: May 15 - Sep 30.

** Rates: 6 Persons Unserviced Tents only

$17.60/night. Rates subject to change. Pets

must be on leash at all times. Languages

Spoken: English, French.

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Telegraph Cove & Area

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Telegraph Cove Resort Forest

Campground

Tel: (250) 928-3131

info@telegraphcoveresort.com

www.telegraphcoveresort.com

1610 Telegraph Cove Rd., Telegraph Cove BC

V0N 3J0

The finest RV facility on Northern Vancouver

Island. Easy access to excellent salmon and

bottom fishing. Summer home of the Killer

Whale. Sheltered scenic waters. Situated in the

picturesque boardwalk village of Telegraph

Cove. 16 km off Hwy 19 at Telegraph Cove turnoff.

Forest campground is 1 km away, or 7 min.

walk to marina. Open: May 1 - Oct 1. ** Rates:

Serviced $38 Partial Service $36 Unserviced

$34 Tenting $34-$36 plus GST.

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Tofino

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Bella Pacifica Campground

Tel: (250) 725-3400

campground@bellapacifica.com

www.bellapacifica.com

400 Mackenzie Beach Rd., Tofino BC VOR 2ZO

Family-friendly oceanfront campsites for

RV and tenting. Closest campground to

Tofino (3 km south of village. Walk on sandy

Mackenzie Beach). Full hookups and forested

sites available. Flush toilets, pay showers

and laundry, free WiFi. Firewood and ice for

sale. Firepits and picnic tables. Reservations

strongly recommended. Off-season rates.

Open: Mar - Nov. ** Rates: Serviced $43-$60

Unserviced $38-$58 Tenting $38-$60.

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Crystal Cove Beach Resort

Tel: (250) 725-4213 Toll: 1-877-725-4213

reservations@crystalcove.ca

www.crystalcove.ca

1165 Cedarwood Place, Tofino BC V0R 2Z0

Rough it in style! We offer 60 well-treed

fully-serviced RV sites, only a short walk from

the beach. Firewood for sale $5/bundle. Hot

showers and WiFi are all included. Inquire

about our parked RVs for rent. Open All Year.

** Rates: Serviced $55-$72. ** See winter

listing page 50. ** See featured members

page 6.

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Pacific Rim National Park

Reserve - Green Point

Campground

Toll Free Reservations 1-877-737-3783

Reservations https://reservation.pc.gc.ca

pc.pacrim.info.pc@canada.ca

www.pc.gc.ca/pacrim

Hwy 4, Midway between Tofino & Ucluelet

Poised on the bluffs above Long Beach, Green

Point Campground features 94 vehicle drive-in

campsites, 20 walk-in campsites. Pacific Rim

is known for long sandy beaches and lush

coastal temperate rainforests. Green Point

Campground fills every night during high

season, and reservations are recommended.

Reservations open January 7, 2019 at 8 am

PST at https://reservation.pc.gc.ca. Drive-in

sites are RV accessible and feature 15/30

amp hookups. Evening theatre programs

offered late June to early Sep. Open: May 1 -

Oct 14. ** Rates: 6 Persons Serviced $32.30.

Rates subject to change. Languages Spoken:

English, French.

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Crystal Cove Beach Resort

Tel: (250) 725-4213 Toll: 1-877-725-4213

reservations@crystalcove.ca

www.crystalcove.ca

1165 Cedarwood Place, Tofino BC V0R 2Z0

Beachfront and beachview modern chic log

cabins with a private hot tub located steps

from Mackenzie Beach. Minutes from Tofino

and the Pacific Rim National Park and the

spectacular Long Beach. Come and make

Crystal Cove Beach Resort your new Happy

Place. Open All Year. ** Rates: Low Season

$190-$400 High Season $320-$580. ** See

featured members page 6.

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CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Surf Junction Campground

Tel: (250) 726-7214 Toll: 1-877-922-6722

www.surfjunction.com

2650 Tofino-Ucluelet Hwy, Ucluelet BC V0R 3A0

Beautiful woodland setting between Ucluelet

and Long Beach. Private forest campsites,

large full-service RV sites, showers, flush

toilets, hot tub, sauna, espresso bar, covered

picnic area, firepits, surf rentals and lessons

(for guests only). Open: Apr 1 - Oct 1. ** Rates:

Serviced $35-$45 Unserviced $25-$40.

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Ucluelet Campground

Tel: (250) 726-4355

www.uclueletcampground.com

260 Seaplane Base Rd., Ucluelet BC V0R 3A0

Village location. Wooded mountain and

harbour views. Hiking, kayaking, fishing, tours,

restaurants, aquarium, groceries, beaches.

Quiet, well-run campground near shopping,

tidal pools, rainforest, whale watching.

Separate shower rooms and WiFi. Walk to all

amenities. Pet friendly. No partiers. Open: Mar

1 - Sep 30. ** Serviced $30-$65 Unserviced

$30-$65 incl. taxes.

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Terrace Beach Resort

Tel: (250) 726-2901 Toll: 1-866-726-2901

manager@terracebeachresort.ca

www.terracebeachresort.ca

1002 Peninsula Rd., Ucluelet BC V0R 3A0

Jason, Lorne and Norma Priestley invite you

to our beachfront resort. Adjacent to the

wild Pacific Trail and the Pacific Rim National

Park. Hike, kayak, fish, surf or relax in our cozy

rooms. Open All Year. ** Rates: Low Season

$99-$219 Summer Season $99-$369. ** See

featured members page 6.

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Victoria & Area

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Cedar Springs Ranch

Tel: (250) 478-3332 Toll: 1-844-578-3332

cedarspringsranch@shaw.ca

www.cedarspringsranch.com

230 Okotoks Drive, Malahat BC V0R 2L0

Located 25.7 km (16 mi); and 80.4 km (50 mi)

north of Victoria (exit left at Okotoks Drive),

50 miles south of Nanaimo on the scenic

Malahat Drive. Amongst towering cedars and

firs, family-friendly. Heated pool, one and

two bedroom bunkhouses, playground, store,

laundromat, hot showers, pets welcome,

propane fires allowed. Easy access to island

attractions. Open: Jun 1 – Sep 30. ** Rates:

Serviced $51-$55 Partial Service $46-$53

Unserviced $43-$47 Tenting $40-$48.

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Fort Victoria RV Park

Tel: (250) 479-8112

info@fortvictoria.ca

www.fortvictoria.ca

129 Burnett Rd., Victoria BC V9B 4P6

Take Exit 8 off Hwy 1, then south on Helmcken

Road, right on Island Hwy, right on Burnett

Road. Full hookups with 15/30/50 amp. Cable

TV, free showers, laundromat, wireless internet,

sani-station, playground and city bus. Open All

Year. ** Rates Serviced Starting at $60

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Malahat Mountain Meadows

RV Resort

Tel: (250) 478-5452 Toll: 1-888-478-5452

info@victoriacampgrounds.com

www.victoriacampgrounds.com

304 Trans Canada Hwy, Malahat BC V0R 2L0

Located just 25 kms. north of beautiful

Victoria, on Meadow Way just off the improved

Malahat Drive. The resort is an experience

with nature nestled amongst the giant cedars

and seasonal creeks. We offer spacious,

fully-serviced RV lots, with private, scenic

campsites, clean washrooms, hot showers and

much more. Open All Year. ** Rates: Serviced

$40 Unserviced $35 incl. taxes.

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Oceanside – A Parkbridge

Camping & RV Resort

Tel: (250) 544-0508

oceanside@parkbridge.com

www.parkbridge.com/oceanside

3000 Stautw Rd., Saanichton (Victoria) BC

V8M 2K5

Enjoy award-winning year round camping

in a spectacular West Coast beachside

location. Close to Victoria, Sidney, ferries and

attractions. Experience the stunning Pacific

Ocean surrounded by beautiful landscaping on

the peaceful Saanich Peninsula. East off Hwy

17 onto Mt. Newton X Road. Follow signs to the

end of Stautw Road. Open All Year. ** Rates:

Serviced $44-$66. ** See winter listing page

50. ** See featured members page 6. ** See

ad page 14.

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Pedder Bay RV Resort & Marina

Tel: (250) 478-1771 Toll: 1-877-478-1771

reservations@pedderbay.com

www.pedderbay.com

925 Pedder Bay Dr., (Metchosin) Victoria BC

V9C 4H1

Welcome to Vancouver Island’s premier RV

resort and marina, located just 40 mins. from

downtown Victoria. Enjoy the breathtaking

natural beauty of the area against a backdrop

of the Olympic Mountain Range and the Race

Rocks Marine Reserve. Pedder Bay offers

oceanview RV sites and marina facilities

including a fuel dock, three-lane boat launch

ramp, boat rentals, guided fishing charters,

gear rental, tackle shop, coffee house is fully

licensed and lots more! Open All Year. ** Rates:

Serviced $44-$69. ** See featured members

page 6.

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Salish Seaside RV Haven

Tel: (250) 590-5995

reservations@victoriarv.com

www.salishseasidervhaven.com

445 Head St., Victoria BC V9A 5S1

The park has been completely redesigned to

be truly Big Rig Friendly. It has 36 pads and

most will accommodate the largest Class A

Motorhomes. Most sites are waterfront with

spectacular views around Victoria Harbour. **

Open All Year. ** Rates: Serviced $73-$93. **

See winter listing page 50.

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LODGING, COTTAGES & RESORTS

Fort Rodd Hill & Fisgard

Lighthouse National Historic

Sites

Tel: (250) 478-5849

www.pc.gc.ca/fortroddhill

603 Fort Rodd Hill Rd., Victoria BC V9C 2W8

Stay overnight in Canada’s best preserved

west coast artillery fort. Experience

camping with the comfort of a bed! Each

furnished and heated oTENTik sleeps up to

six people. Picnic tables, a firepit, a couple

of lounge chairs, shared BBQs and food

storage area are provided – all you need to

bring is your bedding and food. Short walk

to the lighthouse. Open: May 15 – Oct 31.

Reservations for the 2019 camping season

start first week of January. ** Rates: $120/night.

Reservation Fee $13.50. For further information

visit our website. Languages Spoken: English,

French.

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Spectacular oceanfront RV resort with clubhouse,

pool and hot tub. Enjoy the security and privacy of

a gated community surrounded by natural beauty

within walking distance to Parksville’s commercial

centre, restaurants and shops. Visitors with

full hook-up RVs are welcome year round.

MEMBERSHIP AVAILABLE

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2019 Provincial Parks Visitor’s Guide

www.gocampingbc.com

A comprehensive

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opportunities in BC

Provincial Parks. Pick

up a free copy of the

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oTENTik!

Sleep in

a real fort.

Fort Rodd Hill and

Fisgard Lighthouse

National Historic Sites

Victoria, B.C.

Also available at Pacific Rim National

Park Reserve, Ucluelet, B.C.

Fort Langley

National Historic Site

Fort Langley, B.C.

Dormez

dans un

véritable fort.

reservation.parkscanada.gc.ca

1-877-737-3783

reservation.parcscanada.gc.ca

Lieux historiques

nationaux Fort Rodd Hill

et du Phare-de-Fisgard

Victoria (C.-B.)

Aussi disponible à la réserve de parc

national Pacific Rim, Ucluelet (C.-B.)

Lieu historique national

du Fort-Langley

Fort Langley (C.-B.)

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VANCOUVER, COAST & MOUNTAINS

Coast Mountain Circle Tour

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Vancouver, Coast & Mountains

Park

Region

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Sunshine Coast Route 101

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Toba Inlet

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S. Chilcotin

Mtn. Park

Gold Bridge

Downton

Lake

Pemberton

Birkenhead

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Garibaldi

Heights

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summer only

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Squamish

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FEATURED MEMBERS

1. Bridal Falls Motel, Chilliwack/

Rosedale, page 17

2. Burnaby Cariboo RV Park, Burnaby

(Vancouver), pages 20 & 51

3. Camperland RV Resort & Cabins,

Chilliwack/Rosedale, pages 17, 18 & 51

4. Eagle Wind RV Park, Abbotsford,

pages 17 & 51

5. Manning Park Resort, Manning Park,

pages 18 & 19

6. Riverside (Whistler) – A Parkbridge

Camping & RV Resort, Whistler,

pages 21, 22 & 51

7. Sunshine Valley RV Resort & Cabins,

Sunshine Valley, pages 18, 19 & 51

8. The Cabins at Cultus Lake, Chilliwack/

Cultus Lake, page 18

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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 in the same day. The Fraser Valley and Fraser Canyon is defined by the Fraser River

and is home to fantastic whitewater rafting, sturgeon and salmon fishing, and plenty of farm-fresh food. The

Sea-to-Sky Corridor features ocean and mountain views along the Sea-to-Sky Highway. This area is a renowned

destination for hiking, mountain biking, and skiing and is also home to Whistler. The Sunshine Coast offers no less

with windswept beaches, lush forests, and many art galleries and studios.

Coast Mountain Circle Route

The Coast Mountain Circle Route starts in Metro Vancouver and explores the mountains, forests, and canyons that stretch nearly

593 km (368 mi). 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. You’ll explore historic Gold Rush

Country, following the path of the gold seekers along the raging Thompson and the Fraser rivers before returning to Vancouver.

Sunshine Coast Route 101

Twenty-five kilometres (15.5 mi) 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 the Langdale ferry terminal to Lund, offering lovely views of islands and straits

while passing through coastal towns. This area of BC is the sunniest and driest, and the highway takes you past 10 parks popular

for fishing, canoeing, diving, hiking, and other outdoor activities. Along the journey are two ferry crossings, beautiful inlets, deep

fjords, sandy beaches, and forests. Artisan and fishing communities include Gibsons, Madeira Park, Garden Bay, Powell River,

Lund, and Sechelt.

Super Camping/Select Lodging - Vancouver, Coast & Mountains

RATES: Charges may be based on either per vehicle or number of persons.

Charges may apply for additional persons.

CP POLICY: For Cancellation Policy check with property.

PETS: For Pet Policy check with property for any rates that may be in effect.

See page 3 for symbol explanation

Abbotsford & Area

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Eagle Wind RV Park

Tel: (604) 856-6674

www.eaglewindrv.ca

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. Open All Year. ** Rates:

Serviced $42-$56. ** See winter listing page

51. ** See featured members page 16.

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CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Camperland RV Resort & Cabins

at Rosedale

Tel: (604) 794-7361

camperland@htr.ca

www.holidaytrailsresort.com

53730 Bridal Falls Rd., Rosedale BC V0X 1X1

Waterpark, falls, pools, hot tubs, playgrounds,

store and games. Open: Mar 29 - Oct 31. **

Rates: Serviced $44-$72 Partial Service $44-

$59 Tenting $46-$59. ** See winter listing

page 51. ** See featured members page 16. **

See ad pages 41 & 54.

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Cottonwood Meadows RV

Country Club

Tel: (604) 824-7275

camp@cottonwoodrvpark.com

www.cottonwoodrvpark.com

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. Open All Year. ** Rates: Serviced

$57 Partial Service $47-$53 Unserviced $42-$45.

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Sunnyside Campground

Tel: (604) 858-5253

sunnyside@cultuslake.bc.ca

www.cultuslake.bc.ca

3405 Columbia Valley Hwy, Cultus Lake BC

Lakefront family camping, hookups, tenting,

washrooms, free showers; store, laundry, sanistation,

playgrounds, WiFi, onsite security,

boat launch, rental buoys, beaches, swimming,

fishing, near golf course, waterslides,

adventure park, restaurants, marina. Open: Mar

29 - Oct 14. ** Rates: Check website for rates

and CP Policy.

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LODGING, COTTAGES & RESORTS

Bridal Falls Motel

Tel: (604) 794-7710

motel@holidaytrailsresorts.com

53680 Bridal Falls Rd., Rosedale BC V0X 1X1

WiFi, wilderness falls, hiking, waterpark, pool,

hot tubs, store and playground. Open All

Year. ** Rates: Check website. ** See featured

members page 16.

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Super Camping/Select Lodging - Vancouver, Coast & Mountains

Camperland RV Resort & Cabins

Tel: (604) 794-7361

camperland@htr.ca

www.htr.ca

53730 Bridal Falls Rd., Rosedale BC V0X 1X1

Pools, hot tubs, store, WiFi, liquor, waterpark,

falls, hiking, playground, ice cream, arcade,

clubhouse, tenting, RV, camper, trailer,

motorhome, firepits, basketball, nature, water

sports, hot springs, activities, bingo, meetings,

dog run and mini-golf. Open All Year. ** Rates:

Check website for rates. ** See featured

members page 16. **See ad pages 41 & 54.

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LODGING, COTTAGES & RESORTS

The Cabins At Cultus Lake Park

Tel: (604) 858-9007

cabins@cultuslake.bc.ca

www.cultuslake.bc.ca

4169 Columbia Valley Hwy, Cultus Lake BC

V2R 5B5

Great location for weddings, family reunions,

work retreats and getaways from the city.

Within walking distance to Waterpark,

Adventure Park, golf, boat rentals, restaurants,

hiking, fishing and more. Each cabin has a

kitchenette or full kitchen and cable TV. Open

All Year. ** Rates: Check website for rates and

CP policy. ** See featured members page 16.

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Harrison Mills

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Kilby Park Campground

Tel: (604) 796-9576

info@kilby.ca

www.kilby.ca

215 Kilby Rd., Harrison Mills BC V0M 1L0

Situated on the confluence of scenic Harrison

and Fraser rivers. The Park features a 35 site

campground, day use area, sandy beaches,

nature trails and boat launch. Within walking

distance is a 1920s historic site, café and gift

shop. The campground operates on a first

come, first serve basis as well as a reservation

system. Call to book your reservation on

Monday and Tuesday between April 1 and Oct

1, 2019. Open All Year ** Rates Unserviced

$20-$30 Tents $20-$30.

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Harrison Hot Springs

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Harrison Springs Camping &

RV Park

Tel: (604) 796-8900

www.harrisonsprings.com

740 Hot Springs Rd., Harrison Hot Springs BC

V0M 1K0

Gated treed park. Spacious private sites. Some

forested with full hook-ups. Clean modern

tiled washrooms with free hot showers.

Campground on left just past “Welcome sign

for Harrison” - a great place to rest. Near

golf, public Hot Springs pool and lake. Only

1 hr. east of Langley. Open: May – Sep. (Open

by appointment Oct - Dec & Apr). ** Rates:

Serviced $49.95-$55.95 Unserviced $45

Tenting $44. Rates subject to change. ** See

ad same page.

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Hope to Manning Park

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Coquihalla Campground

Tel: (604) 869-7119 Toll: 1-888-869-7118

info@coquihallacampground.ca

www.coquihallacampground.ca

800 Kawkawa Lake Rd., Hope BC V0X 1L4

River, tent, RV, full hookups, store, close to

town, bike park, treed, bathrooms, laundromat,

WiFi, firewood, hiking, fishing, riverfront, BBQ

hut, playground and disc golf. Open All Year.

** Rates: Serviced $52-$62 Partial Service $47-

$57 Unserviced $38-$46 Tenting $38-$46.

** See winter listing page 51.

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Manning Park Resort

Tel: (604) 668-5953 Toll: 1-800-689-9025

camping@manningpark.com

www.manningpark.com

Reservations: www.discovercamping.ca

7500 Hwy 3, Manning Park BC V0X 1R0

357 campsites at four campgrounds: Lightning

Lake (reservations only). Coldspring, Hampton

and Mule Deer. Hiking, biking, horseback

riding, bird and wildlife watching, fishing and

numerous annual events. Open: May - Oct.

** Rates: Check website. Winter camping

available. Second vehicle 50% night rate. **

See featured members page 16. ** See ad

page 22.

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Othello Tunnels Campground &

RV Park

Tel: (604) 869-9448 Toll: 1-877-869-0543

camp@othellotunnels.com

www.othellotunnels.com

67851 Othello Rd., Hope BC V0X 1L1

Beautiful natural setting, golf course and

restaurants in Hope 8 km away. Full and partial

hookups. 30 amp, electric tent sites, firepits,

picnic tables on all sites, rainy day shelter.

BBQ, laundry, flush toilets, free hot showers,

sani-station, rainbow trout fishing pond,

playground, play centre, basketball hoop,

camp store, WiFi. Credit cards and debit. Close

to tunnels. Weekly, monthly and group rates.

Open All Year. ** Rates: Serviced $42 Partial

Service $39.

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Sunshine Valley RV Resort &

Cabins

Tel: (604) 869-0066

sunshinevalley@holidaytrailsresorts.com

www.holidaytrailsresorts.com

14850 Alpine Blvd., (Sunshine Valley) Hope BC

V0X 1L5

Mountains, river, back country, snowshoe,

sledding, ATV trails, museum, clubhouse,

weddings, banquets, meetings, games room,

hot tubs, dog run, propane sales, liquor store,

cabins, kitchen and meadows. Open All Year. **

Rates: Serviced $44-$72 Unserviced $39-$49

Tenting $39-$49. ** See winter listing page 51.

** See featured members page 16. ** See ad

pages 29 & 52.

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Beautiful, peaceful, gated campground.

740 Hot Springs Rd,

Harrison Hot Springs

604-796-8900 | harrisonsprings.com

Book Your Site On

travel-british-columbia.com

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LODGING, COTTAGES & RESORTS

Manning Park Resort

Tel: (604) 668-5922 Toll: 1-800-330-3321

info@manningpark.com

www.manningpark.com

7500 Hwy 3, Manning Park BC V0X 1R0

A four season, family-friendly resort in the

Cascade Mountains with year-round camping,

accommodation and incredible recreational

activities, including hiking, biking, canoeing

in summer and downhill and cross-country

skiing, snowshoeing, tubing and an outdoor

ice rink in the winter. The ideal location for

family reunions, weddings, work retreats and

wilderness getaways. Open All Year.

Rates: Check website for rates. ** See featured

members page 16. ** See ad page 22.

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Langley & Area

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Fort Camping

Tel: (604) 888-3678 Toll: 1-866-267-3678

www.fortcamping.com

9451 Glover Rd., Fort Langley BC V1M 2R9

Family Camping in Metro Vancouver. Enjoy

planned, supervised children’s activities and

bike rentals. Walking distance to museums,

golf, shops and restaurants in charming

Fort Langley. Only 45 mins. to downtown

Vancouver. Take advantage of the mild winter

weather for year-round camping. Open All

Year. ** Rates: Serviced Shoulder Season $33-

$41 High Season (May 15-Sep 7) $33-$50. **

See winter listing page 51. ** See ad same

page.

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Super Camping/Select Lodging - Vancouver, Coast & Mountains

Sunshine Valley RV Resort &

Cabins

Tel: (604) 869-0066

sunshinevalley@htr.ca

www.htr.ca

14850 Alpine Blvd., (Sunshine Valley) Hope BC

V0X 1L5

One or two bedroom cabins, self-contained

warm and cozy. Enjoy the resort’s indoor pool

and hot tub after a day of summer or winter

fun sports activities. Cook a dinner in your

cabin and enjoy a glass of wine. Open All

Year. ** Rates: Check website for rates. ** See

featured members page 16. ** See ad pages

29 & 52.

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The Best Camping in the Coquihalla Canyon

OPEN ALL YEAR.

Nestled in a scenic mountainous area with wild

flowers and beautiful trees, we have open,

spacious sites. Ranging from full hook-ups to

tent electric sites with picnic tables.

(604)-869-9448|www.othellotunnels.com

LODGING, COTTAGES & RESORTS

Fort Langley National

Historic Site

Toll: 1-877-737-3783

www.parkscanada.gc.ca/fortlangley

23433 Mavis Ave, Fort Langley BC V1M 2R5

Sleep inside a real Fort. Experience camping in

style in a furnished heritage-themed oTENTik

tent. Each sleeps six and includes BBQs,

mini fridge and dishes. Short walk to village,

restaurants, stores and trails. Open: May 1 –

mid-Oct. ** Rates: $120 up to six people plus

admission and reservation fees. No pets.

Languages Spoken: English, French. ** See ad

page 15.

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Squamish

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Klahanie Campground &

RV Park

Tel: (604) 892-3435

klahaniecampground@gmail.com

www.klahaniecampground.com

36583 Darrell Bay Rd., Squamish BC V8B 0A6

Prime location across from Shannon Falls and

Sea to Sky Gondola. Breathtaking views of

waterfall, The Chief, Howe Sound and Mount

Garibaldi. Open 365 days or email to reserve

creekside tenting or private oceanview RV

site. Enjoy area trails, climbing, biking, kite

boarding, trip up Gondola for fantastic views,

suspension bridge and access to back country.

Open All Year. ** Rates: Serviced $48 Partial

Service $44 Unserviced $40 Tenting $35.

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9451 Glover Road,

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Tent Cabins

Full and Partial Hook-up Sites

Tent Sites Tent Cabins

Kids Programs

Scheduled Activities for the

Whole Family

www.FortCamping.com

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Super Camping/Select Lodging - Vancouver, Coast & Mountains

TYNEHEAD

R.V. CAMP

Open year-round

- 30 amp Full Hook-ups / Tenting







CLOSE TO MANY GOLF COURSES

Close to all of Vancouver’s

major attractions.

16275 - 102nd Ave., Surrey, BC V4N 2K7

Phone (604) 589-1161 Fax (604) 589-1113

Toll-Free 1-877-599-1161 tynehead@telus.net

Vancouver & Area

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Anmore Camp & RV Park

Tel: (604) 469-2311

reservations@anmorecamp.rv.ca

www.anmorecamp-rv.ca

3230 Sunnyside Rd., Anmore BC V3H 4Y2

Quiet mountain views and rural location.

10 mins. from skytrain Evergreen Line, easy

access via bus route 182 Moody Centre

Station/Buntzen Lake. 15 mins. NW of

Coquitlam Centre at the entrance to Buntzen

Lake (right side). WiFi and newly renovated

recreation room, laundry, sports court, paved

roads, full hookups. Transit and general store

at front. Canoeing and fishing close. Open: Mar

– Sep. Open by appointment Oct - Mar 31. **

Rates: Serviced Starting from $65.

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Burnaby Cariboo RV Park

(Vancouver)

Tel: (604) 420-1722

camping@bcrvpark.com

www.bcrv.com

8765 Cariboo Pl., Burnaby BC V3N 4T2

Deluxe RV Park for sightseeing the Vancouver

area. This campground has full hookup

accommodation for any size motorhome,

trailer or 5th wheel. Sites are paved and

landscaped. Cablevision and WiFi. Separate

tent camping area. Indoor pool, jacuzzi,

fitness room, games room, internet access,

playground, store, large laundromat. Coinoperated

RV wash as well as a free RV washing

area. On transit route, minutes from the

Skytrain (monorail) to Vancouver’s attractions.

West Coast Tours picks up daily. Guided city

tours. From Hwy 1 (East or West) take Exit 37.

Turn right at the first light, left at the next light,

the next right turn is access road. Open All

Year. ** Rates: Serviced $64-$69 Unserviced

$44.25 - $50. ** See winter listing page 51.

** See featured members page 16. ** See ad

page 21.

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Hazelmere RV Park &

Campground

Tel: (604) 538-1167 Toll: 1-877-501-5007

www.hazelmere.ca

18843 - 8th Ave, Surrey BC V3Z 9R9

Come visit the country in the city. 32 acres of

pure enjoyment with the Little Campbell River

meandering through the parklike setting. Free

mini-golf, outdoor pool and hot tub. Two group

areas. Group, daily and weekly rates. Open All

Year. ** Rates: Serviced $48 Unserviced $41. **

See ad same page.

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Peace Arch RV Park

Tel: (604) 594-7009

www.peacearchrvpark.ca

14601 - 40 Ave, Surrey BC V3Z 1E7

Fabulous, beautiful, super clean, quiet,

peaceful environment. 8 mins drive to beaches,

45 mins. to downtown Vancouver, 20 mins.

to Tsawwassen ferry. Bus and sky train

connection to Vancouver. Close to amenities.

Complimentary WiFi and cable. Open All Year.

** Rates: Serviced $47-$57 Tenting $43. Check

website or call for more information.

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Plaza RV Park

Tel: (604) 594-4440

dreynen@telus.net

www.plazarvpark.com

8266 King George Blvd., Surrey BC V3W 5C2

Centrally located on Hwy 99A between ferries,

airport, US border and Vancouver. Public

transit at our door. Quick, easy access to

Skytrain. Clean and peaceful setting. Open All

Year. ** Rates: Check website.

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Tsawwassen RV Resort

Capilano River RV Park

Tel: (604) 987-4722 Toll: 1-866-477-4722

info@capilanoriverrvpark.com

www.capilanoriverrvpark.com

295 Tomahawk Ave, West Vancouver BC V7P 1C5

Great location in Vancouver by the ocean and

river, near downtown, beaches, Stanley Park,

suspension bridge, Grouse Mountain, Grouse

Grind. Hot tub, lounge, picnic tables, near buses,

salmon hatchery, aquarium, Cypress Mountain,

mountain biking, golfing, hiking, shopping malls,

sea bus, Ambleside beach, walking, Lions Gate

Bridge and aboriginal art. Open All Year. **

Rates: Serviced $54-$84 Partial Service $49-

$66 Unserviced $44-$54 Tenting $44-$54. **

See winter listing page 51. See ad page 21.

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Tel: (778) 434-5254

reservations@tsawwassenrvresort.com

www.tsawwassenrvresort.com

4761 Nulelum Way, (Hawk Lane Entrance),

Tsawwassen BC V4M 4G9

We are a 5 mins. drive to Tsawwassen Ferry

Terminal and located right next door to Big

Splash Water Park and Tsawwassen Mills

shopping centre. The RV Park has a kids’

playground and an outdoor pool. Safe clean

well run RV Park. Open All Year. ** Rates:

Serviced $62-$82 Partial Service $52-$72

Unserviced $42-$62 Tenting $35-$55.

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Tynehead RV Campground

Tel: (604) 589-1161

www.tynehead.com

16275-102 Ave, Surrey BC V4N 2K7

From Hwy 1 take Exit #50 and follow signs to

160th street south. Full hookups, washrooms,

showers, laundry, sani-station, group tenting,

30 amp, heated outdoor pool, convenience

store, propane, full cable TV. 5 mins. from large

shopping mall. Close to many golf courses.

Open All Year. ** Rates: Serviced $60 Tenting

$40. ** See ad page 20.

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LODGING, COTTAGES & RESORTS

Cassandra Hotel

Tel: (604) 430-3441 Toll: 1-800-665-2532

book@cassandrahotel.ca

www.cassandrahotel.ca

3075 Kingsway, Vancouver BC V5R 5J8

Located in historic Collingwood area, “Gateway

to Vancouver”, the Cassandra Hotel offers a

variety of comfortable rooms for all guests to

enjoy. Our hotel provides several amenities to

create an enjoyable stay. We offer heated pool,

sauna, fitness centre, wireless services and

laundry facility. Open All Year ** Rates: Low

Season $69-$198 High Season $99-$399.

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Super Camping/Select Lodging - Vancouver, Coast & Mountains

Whistler & Area

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Riverside (Whistler) – A

Parkbridge Camping & RV

Resort

Tel: (604) 905-5533

riversidewhistler@parkbridge.com

www.parkbridge.com/riversideresort

8018 Mons Rd., Whistler BC V0N 1B8

Full service and overnight sites available. Cozy

log cabins are fully-serviced and perfect for

family holidays or romantic getaways and our

yurts are fully-furnished, sturdy and warm.

Café. Close to Whistler Village. Hiking and

biking trails and all amenities. Open All Year.

** Rates: Check website. ** See winter listing

page 51. ** See featured members page 16. **

See ad page 14.

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Vancouver’s Highest Rated Deluxe RV Park

• Full Hookup sites • WIFI

• Indoor Pool, Jacuzzi & Fitness Room

• Laundromat & Store • Free Showers

Central to Vancouver’s Attractions:

• Guided tours pick up at the park daily

• On public transit route

From Highway 7 - Lougheed highway which is not a toll road:

turn south onto Gaglardi. At the next traffic light, turn left.Turn left again

at the following traffic light and the next right turn is our access road.

From Hwy#1 (East or West): Take Exit 37 (Gaglardi Way) turn

right at the traffic light, immediately left, next right turn is our road.

8765 Cariboo Place, Burnaby, BC V3N 4T2

Phone: (604) 420-1722 Fax: (604) 420-4782

email: camping@bcrvpark.com www.bcrv.com

Asher Isbrucker

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Super Camping/Select Lodging - Vancouver, Coast & Mountains

Your Unforgettable

4 -Season

Destination

LODGING, COTTAGES & RESORTS

Riverside (Whistler) – A

Parkbridge Camping & RV

Resort

Tel: (604) 905-5533

riversidewhistler@parkbridge.com

www.parkbridge.com/riversideresort

8018 Mons Rd., Whistler BC V0N 1B8

With over 40-acres surrounded by spectacular

views and fresh mountain breezes, Riverside

Resort guests experience the natural outdoors

in Whistler all year long. Walk, cross-country

ski, or bike to many shops, restaurants and

activities located only minutes from the

Resort! Open All Year. ** Rates: Check website.

**See featured members page 16. ** See ad

page 14.

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Sunshine Coast

25 km northwest of Vancouver.

BC Ferries from Horseshoe Bay to

Langdale, crossing time 40 min.

Connect to Powell River via Earl’s

Cove/Saltery Bay, crossing time 50

min. Access to/from Vancouver Island

via BC Ferries, crossing time 1 hr. 15

min. BC Ferries link: www.bcferries.

com. Communities include Gibsons,

Madeira Park, Garden Bay, Powell

River, Lund and Sechelt.

Powell River & Area

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Seabreeze Resort

Tel: (604) 487-9534

www.seabreezeresortbc.com

10975 Hwy 101, (Lang Bay) Powell River BC

V8A 0L5

Small, friendly, unique, close to beaches, view

wildlife, resident eagles, covered kitchen,

tables, firepits and beautiful gardens. Open:

Apr 1 – Nov 1. ** Rates: Serviced $45 RVs

Tenting $25.

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Featuring brand new

premium cabins!

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LODGING, COTTAGES & RESORTS

Seabreeze Resort

Tel: (604) 487-9534

www.seabreezeresortbc.com

10975 Hwy 101, (Lang Bay), Powell River BC

V8A 0L5

Small, friendly, unique. Beautiful gardens,

sandy beach, safe swimming and views.

Individual cottages to suit your needs. Great

for families or that romantic weekend get

together. Pony rides. No pets. Open All Year.

** Rates: Low Season $110-$220 High Season

$130-$250 based on double occupancy. Check

our weekly rates.

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Powell River to Lund

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

SunLund By-The-Sea RV

Campground & Cabins

Tel: (604) 483-9220

www.sunlund.ca

1496 Murray Rd., Lund BC V0N 2G0

Spacious, full hookup sites. Clean washrooms,

showers and laundromat. Free WiFi. Easy walk

to restaurants, pub, grocery store, bakery,

marina, kayaking, hiking. Cabins available. Pets

welcome. Reservations recommended July &

August. No check-ins after 9:00 pm. Pre-pay

first night deposit. Deposit refunded minus

$10, if cancelled 14 days prior to arrival. Open:

May 1 – Sep 30. ** Rates: Serviced $40. ** See

ad same page.

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Super Camping/Select Lodging - Vancouver, Coast & Mountains

Willingdon Beach Municipal

Campsite

Tel: (604) 485-2242

reservations@willingdonbeach.ca

4845 Marine Ave, Powell River BC V8A 5T3

Camping in sheltered park setting, located

oceanside. Fishing, hiking, canoeing and

shopping mins. away. Grassy tent area, tokenoperated

showers, ($1/4 mins.), adjacent to

public park, children’s playground and minigolf.

Reservation Fee $6 plus $25 deposit per

site (refunded upon check-in or cancelled with

minimum 2 weeks’ notice). Boat parking $6/

day. Open All Year. ** Rates: Serviced $37-$39

Partial Service $29-$39 Unserviced $26.75-

$33.50 Tenting $25-$29. Rates subject to

change.

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Campground & Cabins

Serviced Sites ~ Cabins ~ Showers ~ Washrooms

Laundromat ~Free WiFi

1496 Murray Road, Lund, BC, Canada

(604) 483-9220 www.SunLund.ca.

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Super Camping/Select Lodging - Thompson Okanagan

THOMPSON OKANAGAN

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Bowron

Lake Park

Valley Vineyard Route

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Valley Explorer Route

Thompson Lake Okanagan Region

Route 97 and Gold Country Loop

Horsefly

Lake

Canim

Lake

Canim

Lake

Wells Gray

Park

Valemount

Murtle

Lake

Clearwater

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Mount

Robson

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Lone

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24 Little Fort

Chum Creek

Adams

Bridge

Lake

Mt.

70 Mile House

Lake

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Lake Revelstoke

Marble

Shuswap Revelstoke National

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Range Park

Barrière Lake

Park

Clinton

McLure

Sun

Scotch Celista

99

Cache

Heffley

Revelstoke

Creek Peaks

Creek

Creek

Blind Bay

Savona Kamloops

Sicamous

Pinantan Sorrento

Lake

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Ashcroft

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Mara Lake

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Harrison 5 Summerland

Hot

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Springs

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Princeton

Mountain

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Gladstone Castlegar

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ina

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Hedley

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Bridal Falls

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Rock

Greenwood

Christina

Trail Trail

Rosedale Manning

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Creek

Lake

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Park Osoyoosoos

Rossland

Midway

Grand Forks

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FEATURED MEMBERS

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Mountain (Penticton), page 26

2. Lakeside Resort, Oliver, pages 31 & 51

3. Mile High Resort, Logan Lake,

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4. Pinantan Lake Resort, Pinantan Lake,

pages 28 & 29

5. Todd’s RV Park, Peachland, page 31

6. Wright’s Beach Camp, Penticton,

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wildlife, tasty treats and great people are all waiting for you. Let your curiosity roam free as you discover a road

trip that’s just right for you. Travel the highways and connect to the people and places that lie just around the

corner. Explore the Columbia Cascades of Route 97 with a 705 km (438 mi) long corridor from the junction of

I-90 and US 97 at Ellensburg, WA to Cache Creek, BC where Hwy 97C reconnects to Hwy 97 North and onward

to Alaska via the Gold Rush Trail. Venture off on the hundreds of side routes and loops that will take you deep

into the heart of the Columbia Cascades and beyond.

The Thompson

The northern half of the region is dominated by the Thompson Valley, ideal for those seeking pristine wilderness and

backcountry adventure. Anchored by Kamloops in the south, and home to the majestic Mount Robson in the north, adventure

is never far from your fingertips. With an unparalleled landscape and rich First Nations culture, this geologically-diverse area

has something for everyone.

Super Camping/Select Lodging - Thompson Okanagan

The Okanagan and Okanagan Corridor

Lake Okanagan and Highway 97 is the very heart of this corridor. It is home to Canada’s only desert, over 284 wineries with

flourishing vineyards, orchards encircling Okanagan Lake and sweeping valley views. Take your time as you drive Route 97

from the border-town of Osoyoos, through the small agricultural towns in the south, through the urban economic hub and

the Okanagan’s biggest city, Kelowna, to the Enderby Cliffs where you can take it all in. The Okanagan is an ideal vacation

spot, with sandy beaches and surrounding mountains, whether you’re playing a round of golf, hiking historic trails, or sampling

award-winning wine paired with locally-grown produce, the Okanagan has no shortage of experiences to offer.

North Thompson-Columbia Icefields Parkway Loop

If you’re seeking an authentic wilderness experience, then this is the road trip for you. Take Highway 5 north of Kamloops

where pristine beauty awaits. Be amazed by the grandeur of the Helmcken Falls in Wells Gray Provincial Park, and view bears

in their natural habitat, river safari style, in Blue River. In the north, make sure you head to Mount Robson, the highest peak in

the Canadian Rockies. Located near Valemount, and part of a UNESCO World Heritage site, it’s sure to exceed all expectations.

Gold Country Loop

With over 20 provincial parks and protected areas, Gold Country’s diverse landscapes will give you plenty to explore as you

head north on Route 97. Featuring glacial shorelines of ancient lakes, grasslands and thick forest, river canyons and mountains,

and even hoodoos formed from 200-million-year old volcanic rock. Cowboy lore and pioneer spirit, First Nations heritage and

welcoming communities await in Gold Country.

Shuswap Loop

With over 1,000 km (620 mi) of shoreline along Shuswap Lake, and 22 Provincial Parks to explore, the Shuswap is a haven for

summer vacations. Home to the Houseboat Capital of Canada, and the Salmon Arm Roots & Blues Festival, taking a road trip

through the Shuswap is a definitive Thompson experience.

Monashee-Boundary Loop

Heading south from Kelowna on Highway 33 or east from Osoyoos on Highway 3 will have you driving through the historic

towns of Boundary Country. Take a hike on the Kettle Valley Rail Trail, part of Canada’s iconic Trans Canada Trail which runs

through Rock Creek. Be sure to relax in the temperate waters of Christina Lake, the warmest tree-lined lake in BC, before

heading north through the Kootenay Rockies.

Similkameen Valley Loop

Take Highway 3 west from Osoyoos and find yourself in the rugged, rustic, real Similkameen Valley. Trek off the beaten path

into the untouched beauty of Cathedral Lakes Provincial Park. You’ll be rewarded with 360-degree views of azure lakes,

wildlife, mountain peaks, and arresting beauty. Savour local flavours from this burgeoning wine region, or enjoy some seasonal

fruit in the Fruit Stand Capital of Canada. At the most-western point of the loop, Manning Park promises the ultimate camping

experience, unplugged from reality and one with nature.

For more information on the road trips and maps of Route 97, visit route97.net.

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See page 3 for symbol explanation

Apex Mountain

LODGING, COTTAGES & RESORTS

Apex Lodge by SkyRun

Vacation Rentals

Tel: (778) 760-0180

info@okanagan.skyrun.com

https://okanagan.skyrun.com

360 Strayhorse Rd., Apex Mountain Ski Resort

(Penticton) BC V2A 8Z9

Apex Lodge offers 10-boutique hotel rooms

that accommodate 5 people per room and

the 4-bedroom Executive Suite with private

entrance that accommodates 10 people. The

rooms in the Lodge do not have kitchens,

but the suite does and if a group takes the

entire building we allow access to the catering

kitchen. Open All Year. ** Rates: Check website

for rates. ** See featured members page 24.

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A quiet, serene and majestic location

with the Kettle River and Monashee

Mountains in the backdrop and the

Trans Canada Trail just footsteps away.

Mike Biden

RATES:

Charges may be based on either per vehicle or number of persons.

Charges may apply for additional persons.

CP POLICY: For Cancellation Policy check with property.

PETS:

For Pet Policy check with property for any rates that may be in effect.

Ashcroft

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Ashcroft Legacy Park

Campground

Tel: (250) 453-2641

ashcroftlegacypark@gmail.com

15 River View Cres., Ashcroft BC V0K 1A0

Camp in desert country on the shores of the

Thompson River, next to downtown historic

Ashcroft. Legacy Park provides a shady,

relaxing oasis. Easy walking distance to

downtown Ashcroft for shopping, restaurants

and tourist attractions. Sites have water, power

service and free WiFi. Open: May 1 – Mid-Oct.

** Rates: Partial Service $25 Unserviced $10

Tenting $10.

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Armstrong

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Armstrong Kin RV Park

Tel: (250) 546-4041

kinrvpark@telus.net

3311 Park Dr., Armstrong BC V0E 1B0

At the junction of Pleasant Valley Road & Park

Drive. Located at the corner of the Fairgrounds

across the road from municipal park and

swimming pool. Drive-thru dump station $5

fee. Open: Apr 1 - Nov 1. ** Rates: Serviced

$25-$50.

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Blue River

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Blue River Campground &

RV Park

Tel: (250) 673-8203 Toll: 1-866-675-8203

bluerivercampground@gmail.com

www.bluerivercampground.ca

991 West Frontage Road Hwy 5, Blue River BC

V0E 1J0

Picturesque view, clean, friendly, comfortable.

Free WiFi, laundry, store, free showers, camp

fire, picnic tables, canoeing, kayaking, fishing,

biking, hiking, swimming, paddle boarding,

blueberry and mushroom picking, mountain

river lakes. Pull-thrus. Open: May 1 - Oct 15. **

Rates: Serviced $38-$40 Partial Service $32-

$36 Unserviced $30 Tenting $26.

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LODGING, COTTAGES & RESORTS

Blue River Campground &

RV Park

Tel: (250) 673-8203 Toll: 1-866-675-8203

bluerivercampground@gmail.com

www.bluerivercampground.ca

991 West Frontage Rd., Blue River BC V0E 1J0

Picturesque view, clean, friendly, comfortable.

Free WiFi, laundromat, store, free showers,

camp fire, picnic tables, canoeing, kayaking,

fishing, biking, hiking, swimming, paddle

boarding, blueberry and mushroom picking

and mountain river lakes. Open: May 1 - Oct 15.

** Rates: Low Season: $40-$89 High Season:

$40-$109.

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Christina Lake

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Cascade Cove RV Park

Tel: (250) 447-6662

stay@cascadecove.ca

www.cascadecove.ca

1211 River Rd., Christina Lake BC V0H 1E0

East off Hwy 3, 1.6 km (1 mi) west of Christina

Lake onto River Rd. Quiet location, grassy and

treed sites, sandy river beach, foot of Cascade

Falls. Large pull-thrus, showers, firepits,

fishing, hiking, play area, store, WiFi. Covered

gazebo for family reunions. Trailer rental.

Reservations by phone, email our Facebook

page. Open: Apr 1 - Oct 31. ** Rates: Serviced

$50 Unserviced $30 incl. taxes.

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Christina Pines Campground

Tel: (250) 447-9587

campchristinapines@gmail.com

www.christinapinescampground.org

1528 Neimi Rd., Christina Lake BC V0H 1E0

Welcome to our campground, home of family

camping and memories. Situated 10 mins.

walk down to the beach. Heated swimming

pool, mini golf included in your stay. Excellent

spring and fall rates. Located on Hwy 3 in

beautiful Christina Lake, warmest tree lined

lake in Canada. Open: May 1 – Sep 30. ** Rates:

Serviced $30-$48.

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(250) 447-9313

www.christinalakegolfclub.com

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Clearwater/Wells Gray

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Clearwater Country Inn &

RV Park

Tel: (250) 674-3121 Toll: 1-888-242-3533

park@clearwatercountryinnandrvpark.com

www.clearwatercountryinnandrvpark.com

485 Eden Rd., Clearwater BC V0E 1N1

Located on Hwy 5 at the gateway to BC’s own

Wells Gray Provincial Park. Camping at the

Clearwater Country Inn & RV Park comes with

many extras and comforts of home with our

coin-operated laundry, restrooms, complete

with nice hot showers. Campsites offer

firewood. Bonus feature the RV Park has large

drive-thru lots that can accommodate the

largest of RVs. Open: Apr 18 - Oct 15. ** Rates:

Serviced $41 Tenting $28 Hydro $35 + tax.

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Clearwater/Wells Gray KOA

Wells Gray RV Resort &

Campground

Tel: (250) 674-0009

www.wellsgraygolfresortandrvpark.com

6624 Clearwater Valley Rd., Clearwater BC

V0E 1N1

Creekside sites, modern deluxe showers,

laundromat, firewood, three covered tent sites.

Recreational, regulation length walkable 9-hole

golf course, packages available, club and cart

rentals. Non-golfers welcome. In Wells Gray

Park. Creekside horse corral, camp with your

horse. Located at the entrance to Wells Gray

Park. Peaceful and quiet camping. Open: May 1

– Oct 1. ** Rates: Serviced $45 Unserviced $35

Tenting $30.

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LODGING, COTTAGES & RESORTS

Clearwater Valley Resort & KOA

Campground

Enderby & Area

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Shuswap Falls RV Resort

Tel: (250) 838-6100

sfrvc@telus.net

www.shuswapfallsrvresort.com

2202 Mabel Lake Rd., Enderby BC V0E 1V5

Each site comes complete with a parking spot

for a vehicle, picnic table and firepit. Sizes

range from 50’x85’ to 60’x105’. Fully-serviced

30 amp. All RVs must be self-contained. (Black

and grey water holding tanks only). 1,200 ft.

on the Shuswap River shoreline! Open: Apr 15 -

Oct 15. ** Rates: Serviced $40-$55.

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Mabel Lake Golf & Airpark

Super Camping/Select Lodging - Thompson Okanagan

Tel: (250) 674-3909 Toll: 1-888-837-1161

info@clearwatervalley.com

www.clearwatervalley.com

373 Clearwater Valley Rd., Clearwater BC

V0E 1N1

This campground is in a beautiful parklike

setting with spacious sites accommodating

any size unit. Turn north at Information Centre,

200 metres on left. Restaurant, heated outdoor

pool, laundromat, convenience store, hot

showers, mini-golf, WiFi, firepits and firewood.

Fenced and gated property. Fee for using

sani-dump. Open: May - Oct. ** Rates: Serviced

$36.90-$48.90 Unserviced $32.90-$37.90

Tenting $32.90-$37.90.

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Dutch Lake Resort & RV Park

Tel: (250) 674-3351 Toll: 1-888-884-4424

info@dutchlake.com

www.dutchlake.com

361 Ridge Dr., Clearwater BC V0E 1N2

Stay at the lake! Hot showers, firewood,

laundromat, WiFi. Swimming, fishing, hiking,

kayak, canoe and rowboat rentals. Lakeside

cabins and Painted Turtle Restaurant onsite.

Nearby golfing, whitewater rafting and Wells

Gray Park. Secure reservations from website.

318 km from Jasper, AB. Approximately, 1 km

off Hwy 5 in Clearwater. Open: Apr - Nov. **

Rates: Serviced $45.71 Partial Service $42.86

Unserviced $40.

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Tel: (250) 674-3918 Toll: 1-888-837-1161

info@clearwatervalley.com

www.clearwatervalley.com

373 Clearwater Valley Rd., Clearwater BC

V0E 1N1

Furnished motel. Licensed restaurant.

Souvenirs, convenience store, laundromat,

and mini-golf. Fenced and gated. Playground,

firepits, picnic tables, volleyball area, treed

setting, pond view, recently removated. Hiking,

whitewater rafting. Golfing nearby, firewood,

Wells Gray Park. Open: May 1 – Oct 1. ** Rates:

Low Season $100.90-$132.90 High Season

$118.90-$155.90.

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Dutch Lake Resort & RV Park

Tel: (250) 674-3351 Toll: 1-888-884-4424

admin@dutchlake.com

www.dutchlake.com

361 Ridge Dr., Clearwater BC V0E 1N2

View of the lake from private, self-contained

cabins. Firepits and picnic tables at each

cabin. Shared BBQs. Swimming, fishing, hiking,

kayak, canoe and rowboat rentals. Nearby

golf, whitewater rafting and Wells Gray Park.

Painted Turtle Restaurant onsite. 318 km from

Jasper, AB. Secure reservations from our

website. Open All Year. ** Rates: Low Season

$134-$165 High Season $149-$189.

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Tel: (250) 309-0820

MabeLakeProperties@gmail.com

www.MabelLakeGolf.com

3445 Enderby-Mabel Lake Rd., Enderby BC

V0E 1V5

Fully-furnished houses, condos, cabins and

RV sites at beautiful Mabel Lake. 35 mins. east

of Enderby. Lakeview or on golf course. WiFi,

swimming pool, hot tub, BBQ, firepits, general

store and licensed restaurant. Marina slips and

golf carts for rent. Stay N’ Play Golf Packages

available. Open: May - Oct. ** Rates: Check

website for rates.

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Grand Forks & Area

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Grand Forks Municipal

Campground

Tel: (250) 442-5835

www.grandforks.ca

7162 5th St., Grand Forks BC V0H 1H0

Experience Grand Forks at its best. Visit

the charming municipal campground that is

centrally located and just steps away from

beaches, biking, hiking, downtown spray park

and playgrounds. Oh and the wildlife! Open

May - Oct. ** Rates: Serviced $36 Unserviced

$26 Tenting $20.

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Kamloops

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Kamloops RV Park & Storage

Tel: (250) 573-3789

frontdesk@kamloopsrvpark.ca

www.kamloopsrvpark.ca

9225 Dallas Dr., Kamloops BC V2C 6V1

Kamloops RV Park is a friendly, family-oriented

park. Located next to the BC Wildlife Park, 15

mins. to downtown Kamloops. City transit at

driveway. Championship golf courses close

by. Open All Year. ** Rates: Serviced $45-$50

Tenting $30.

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Kamloops Riverview RV Park

Tel: (250) 573-3255 Toll: 1-844-573-3255

info@kamviewrv.com

www.kamviewrv.com

4395 Trans Canada Hwy E., Kamloops BC

V2C 4S4

Breathtaking views of Thompson Valley and

river. Golf next door at 18-hole executive

course. Instant highway access and within

a few minutes to Kamloops. Fully-serviced

sites available any time of year. Open All Year.

** Rates: Serviced $40-$45 Unserviced $29

Tenting $29. ** See winter listing page 51.

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Kamloops to Barriere

(including Sun Peaks)

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Hitch’N Rail Family Resort

Tel: (250) 578-7113

hitchnrail@hotmail.com

www.hitchnrail.com

2544 Golden Horn Rd., Heffley Lake BC V0E 1Z0

38 km (24 mi) N. of Kamloops, off Hwy 5,

on beautiful Heffley Lake close to Sun Peaks.

Lakeside camping, cabins, licensed restaurant,

20 sites, large units welcome. Horseback riding

nearby, licensed fishing guide, fishing rods

and tackle available. Motorized fishing boats,

kayaks, canoes, pedal boats and stand-up

paddle boards available. CP 30 days. Cabins

open year round. Open May - Oct. ** Rates:

Serviced $45-$50 Unserviced $35.

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Pinegrove Campground

Kamloops to Merritt

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Knutsford/Kamloops RV

Campground

Tel: (250) 372-5380 Toll: 1-866-777-1954

2741 Hwy 5A S., Knutsford BC V0E 2A0

Take Exit 368 to Hwy 5A. South of Kamloops.

Sites are large, quiet and shaded. Campground

is clean, green and serene. No pit-bulls

allowed. Open: Mar - Nov. ** Rates: Serviced

$47 Partial Service $42 Unserviced $27 Tenting

$27.

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Roche Lake Resort

Tel: (250) 828-2007

info@rochelake.com

www.rochelake.com

7200 Roche Lake Rd., Kamloops BC V0E 2A0

Located 33 km southeast of Kamloops.

Lakefront campsites, convenience store, bar

and off-sales. Fantastic fishing, rentals of

boats, kayaks and fishing tackle. Embrace

breathtaking views while hiking, enjoy

the wildlife. A fishermans heaven and a

photographers paradise. We welcome families

and friends to have the experience of a

lifetime today! Open: May 1 - Oct 31. ** Rates:

Unserviced $36.

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Silver Sage Campground

Tel: (250) 828-2077

info@silversagerv.ca

www.silversagerv.ca

771 Athabasca St. E., Kamloops BC V2H 1C8

Enjoy all that the City of Kamloops has to

offer from our centrally located RV park and

campground. Free WiFi and showers. 5 min.

drive from downtown, 10 min. drive to most

sport facilities and attractions. Quiet, peaceful

setting located on the South Thompson

River. Open: Apr - Oct. ** Rates: Serviced $42

Unserviced $32 Tenting $32.

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Sunnyside Heights RV Park

Tel: (250) 376-1421 Toll: 1-800-835-8833

info@sunnysideheightsrv.com

www.sunnysideheightsrv.com

1440 Ord Rd., Kamloops BC V2B 8P9

Your perfect spot located right in town. A

minute to shopping, groceries, restaurants,

casinos and RV services. Convenient city living

for amenities 365 days a year. Open All Year. **

Rates: Serviced $40-$45. ** See winter listing

page 51.

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Gray Monk Winery

Tel: (250) 672-5529 Toll: 1-877-672-5529

pinegrove2011@gmail.com

www.pinegrovecampground.net

421 Walterdale Rd., McLure BC V0E 2H0

40 km N. of Kamloops on Hwy 5. Wilderness

setting under tall Douglas fir trees. Free

showers. Playground, bocce, horseshoes and

badminton. Super clean facilities. Familyoriented.

Large pull-thru sites. WiFi. Open All

Year. ** Rates: Serviced $37-$40 Partial Service

$35-$37 Unserviced $27-$30 Tenting $22-$25.

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Hitch’N Rail Family Resort

Tel: (250) 578-7113

hitchnrail@hotmail.com

www.hitchnrail.com

2544 Golden Horn Rd., Heffley Lake BC V0E 1Z0

Situated on stunning Heffley Lake, Hitch’N Rail

Family Resort is a fantastic family destination

to spend your summer vacation. Have an

unforgettable experience and create lasting

memories with the whole family. Choose

from our cozy lakeside cabins and campsites.

Our self-contained cabins feature modern

amenities to create a comfortable experience.

Open All Year. ** Rates: $135-$175.

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Roche Lake Resort

Tel: (250) 828-2007

info@rochelake.com

www.rochelake.com

7200 Roche Lake Rd., Kamloops BC V0E 2A0

World-famous for its Kamloops rainbow trout.

33 km southeast of Kamloops. Gorgeous

cozy chalets, beautiful scenery, convenience

store, liquor off-sales, bar and appies. Rentals

of boats, kayaks, fishing tackle, BBQs. Enjoy

nature at its finest. Outdoor swimming pool,

fishing licenses. Group bookings welcomed.

Reserve today. Open: May 1 – Oct 31. ** Rates:

Chalets $180-$225 1 Bedroom Cabins $100-

$125.

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Kamloops to Pinantan Lake

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Pinantan Lake Resort

Tel: (250) 573-3534 Toll: 1-866-882-8826

www.pinantanlake.bc.ca

2488 Harper Ranch Rd., Pinantan Lake (Nr.

Kamloops) BC V0E 3E1

Safe, quiet family-oriented lakefront RV

park. No train, plane or truck noise. Only 25

mins. from Kamloops on paved road. Fishing,

swimming, hiking and boat rentals. Catch a

good time. Open: May 15 - Oct 15. ** Rates:

Serviced $40-$50 Unserviced $30-$35. ** See

featured members page 24.

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Pinantan Lake Resort

Tel: (250) 573-3534 Toll: 1-866-882-8826

www.pinantanlake.bc.ca

2488 Harper Ranch Rd., Pinantan Lake (Nr.

Kamloops) BC V0E 3E1

Quiet family lakefront resort with cabins

located only 25 mins. from Kamloops on

paved road. Swimming, fishing, canoeing,

boat rentals. Just the place to reconnect with

your kids. Catch a good time. Open All Year.

** Rates: Low Season $80-$200 High Season

$95-$225. ** See featured members page 24.

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Kelowna to Vernon

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Apple Valley Orchard & RV Park

Tel: (250) 763-9840 Toll: 1-866-763-9740

www.applevalleyrv.ca

1980 Union Rd., Kelowna BC V1V 2E8

Kelowna’s premier agri-tourism destination

with seasonal fruit grown between RV sites.

Centrally located and only 10 mins from

downtown, airport, UBCO, beaches and

atrractions. Pull-thru sites available, familyoriented

and pet friendly. Open All Year. **

Rates: Serviced $42-$70.

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Beaver Lake Mountain Resort

Tel: (250) 762-2225

www.beaverlakeresort.com

6350 Beaver Lake Rd., Lake Country (Winfield)

BC V4V 1T5

Beaver Lake (4,600’), 17 km E. of Winfield

off Hwy 97. Fishing, hiking, playground.

Coffee corner, wellness centre, tackle shop,

motorboat, petting zoo and internet corner.

Open: May 15 - Oct. ** Rates: Unserviced $37.

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Holiday Park Resort

Tel: (250) 766-4255 Reservations: 1-800-752-9678

holiday@sweetlife.com

www.sweetlife.com

1 - 415 Commonwealth Rd., Kelowna BC V4V 1P4

A four season playground offering an array

of onsite amenities and seasonal specials.

Surrounded by championship golf courses,

award-winning wineries, world-class ski hills.

Rent or purchase leasehold RV sites and

condos. Serviced; self-contained units only; no

tents, tent trailers or pop-ups. Open All Year.

** Rates: Serviced $52-$78 (until Oct 31/19 –

TBD).

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The Orchard RV Retreat

Tel: (250) 470-9606 Cell: (250) 317-0057

judy@theorchardrv.ca

www.theorchardrv.ca

4391 Eyles Rd., Oyama BC V4V 2A7

On an apple orchard. Quiet and serene.

Covered meal prep area with sinks and fridge.

We organize retreats, offer work exchange. We

have trailers for rent onsite. Open All Year. **

Rates: Serviced $40-$60 Partial Service $25-

$35 Unserviced $25-$35 Tenting $20-$40. **

See winter listing page 51.

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Wood Lake RV Park & Marina

Tel: (250) 766-1881 Toll: 1-855-766-1881

info@woodlakerv.com

www.woodlakerv.com

2930 Woodsdale Rd., Lake Country BC V4V 1Y1

Kids zone, dog park, family-oriented, picnic

tables, hiking trails, lakeview. 190 + sites.

Parking, shaded sites, boat rentals, firepits,

movie and game rentals. Friendly staff,

firewood, ice, daily activities, drinking water,

grass sites, clubhouse, gated property,

fishing, access to local attractions, nearby to

playgrounds. Open: Apr - Oct. ** Rates: Call for

details. ** See winter listing page 51. ** See ad

same page.

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Kelowna to Westbank

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Hiawatha RV Park

Tel: (250) 861-4837 Toll: 1-888-784-7275

www.hiawatharvpark.com

3795 Lakeshore Rd., Kelowna BC V1W 3K3

Family campground with a variety of

campsites. We offer RV and tent sites. Pool

and hot tub on site. Laundry facilities. Nightly

security guard in peak season. Hot showers

included in rates. Separate wheelchair

accessible shower room. Long term or monthly

RVing available in off-season. No pets. Open:

Mar - Sep. ** Rates: Serviced $48-$77 Partial

Service $46-$65 Unserviced $36-$56 Tenting

$36-$56.

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Family fun where lifelong memories are made

Situated in the heart of the Okanagan Valley

190+ Full Hook Up RV Sites

67 Slip Marina and Boat Launch

12 park-like acres along a sandy private beach

Super Camping/Select Lodging - Thompson Okanagan

OPEN APRIL-OCTOBER

2930 Woodsdale Road, Lake Country, BC

Toll Free: 1-855-766-1881

info@woodlakerv.com | www.woodlakerv.com

• Pools • Hot Tubs • Laundromat

• WiFi • Store • Big Rig Friendly

604-869-0066

14850 Alpine Blvd

Hope, BC

Book online at www.htr.ca

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Super Camping/Select Lodging - Thompson Okanagan

Okanagan RV Park

Tel: (250) 212-0937

info@okanaganrvpark.com

www.okanaganrvpark.com

1865 Ross Rd., Kelowna BC V1Y 1T7

Fresh fruit grown onsite. Large landscaped

lots. Close to attractions, golf, wineries and

lake. Easy access to Hwy 97. Fenced and

secure. Open All Year. ** Rates: Serviced

$45-$75.

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West Eagle Campground

Tel: (250) 768-7426

2325 Old Okanagan Hwy, Westbank BC V4T 1V3

West Eagle Campground welcomes you.

Large treed pull-thru sites with 30 amp.

Family-friendly campground with office, store,

playground, small pets allowed on leash.

Approx. 3 km to beautiful Okanagan Lake, 1

km to our very own Two Eagles Golf Course

& Academy. Open: May 1 - Sep 30. ** Rates:

Serviced $45 Unserviced $30.

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Keremeos

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

LODGING, COTTAGES & RESORTS

Mile High Resort

Tel: (250) 523-6479 Toll: 1-866-371-2606

info@milehighresort.com

www.milehighresort.com

4700 Mile High Lane, (Face Lake) Logan Lake BC

V0K 1W0

Family-oriented resort. All housekeeping

cabins, most with indoor plumbing, wood heat

airtights, picnic tables, firepits, farm animals,

mountain biking, ATVing, bird watching,

hunting, Geocaching, golf nearby. Camp

spots, gift shop. Highway maintained access

road. Open All Year. ** Rates: $95-$215. ** See

featured members page 24.

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Merritt & Area

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Claybanks RV Park &

Campground

Tel: (250) 378-6441

claybanks@merritt.ca

www.claybanksrv.ca

1302 Voght St., Merritt BC V1K 1B8

Spacious grassed sites, immaculate washrooms

and flowers galore along Coldwater River.

Walk to downtown and all the amenities, see

murals, Walk of Stars and more. Golf and

group discounts, WiFi. Winter camping and RV

storage. Open All Year. ** Rates: Serviced $30-

$35 Unserviced $20 incl. taxes.

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Moon Shadows RV Park &

Campground

Eagle Campground & RV Park

Tel: (250) 499-5439

eaglerv2016@yahoo.com

3169 10th Ave, Keremeos BC V0X 1N1

Steps from fishing, tubing and swimming in the

Similkameen River. Visit one of the local fruit

markets or wineries. Take a short drive to one

of the many local lakes and golf courses. Open

All Year. ** Rates: Serviced $40 Tenting $22

plus taxes.

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Logan Lake

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Logan Lake Municipal

Campground

Lytton to Spences Bridge

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Acacia Grove RV Park & Cabins

Tel: (250) 458-2227 Toll: 1-800-833-7508

acaciagrove@telus.net

www.acacia-rvpark-cabins.com

3814 Riverview Ave E., Spences Bridge BC

V0K 2L0

RV park and cabins with kitchens in a lush

setting overlooking the scenic Thompson

River, famous for steelhead fishing, whitewater

rafting and mountain sheep. 15/30 amp full

hook-ups, pull-thrus, laundromat, free hot

showers, flush toilets, small convenience

grocery store, pay phones, games room,

horseshoes, lawn bowling, volleyball. Pets

welcome. Open All Year. ** Rates: Serviced $40

Partial Service $37.50 Tenting $20-$37.50 plus

taxes.

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Tel: (250) 315-2267 Toll: 1-888-344-2267

info@moonshadows.ca

www.moonshadows.ca

945 Neilson St., Merritt, BC V1K 1B8

Situated along the Coldwater River. We have

multiple family-friendly access points to the

river. Open year round we can cater to all

guests. Firepits included at each site. Hot

showers available at no charge to guests.

Large group camping spots available. Contact

us for more info. Open All Year. ** Rates:

Serviced $29-$48 Partial Service $31-$37

Unserviced $27-$32 Tenting $24-$28.50. ** See

winter listing page 51.

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Oliver

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Apple Beach RV Park

Tel: (250) 523-6283 Toll: 1-833-523-6283

www.loganlake.ca

480 Campground Ave, Logan Lake BC V0K 1W0

Located on beautiful Logan Lake, beside the

Meadow Creek Golf Course. We are steps

from the Copper Ridge Disc Golf Course, trout

fishing, bird watching, walking and bike trails. 1

km from downtown spray park and playground.

Clean, quiet campground with WiFi, cable and

showers included with stay. Open: May 10 – Sep

30. ** Rates: Partial Service $30 Unserviced

$24. ** See ad inside back cover.

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KUMSHEEN Rafting Resort

Tel: (250) 455-2296 Toll: 1-800-663-6667

www.kumsheen.com

1345 Trans Canada Hwy 1, 6 km E of Lytton BC

V0K 1Z0

Stunning views of the Thompson River’s White

Canyon highlight each campsite. Daily rafting

departures (including family trips), swimming

pool, large spa, furnished canvas cabins (with

antiques), teepees, interpretive trails, licensed

restaurant, basketball, volleyball, disc golf.

Open: May 1 - Sep 25. ** Rates: Partial Service

$50 (electricity) Unserviced $35 (May/Jun)

$45 (Jul/Aug).

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Tel: (250) 498-4501 Toll: 1-855-358-3287

www.AppleBeachRv.com

915 Bulrush Rd., Oliver BC V0H 1T2

Family run RV park located on beautiful Tuc-el-

Nuit Lake. Friendly service. Large fully-serviced

sites (25’x50’). Shaded by mature willows.

Private beach and lakefront. One firepit on

beach. Quiet night policy. Trailer rentals

available. Snowbird rates. Pets welcome,

well-behaved on leash. Pets not allowed on

beach area. Open All Year. ** Rates: Serviced

$42-$55.

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Desert Gem RV Resort

Tel: (250) 498-5544 Toll: 1-888-925-9966

www.desertgemrv.com

5753 Main St., Oliver BC V0H 1T0

Modern, clean, friendly 5-star RV Resort. Full

hook-ups, long pull-thrus, 30/50 amp, cable,

WiFi, guest laundry, sparkling washrooms.

Restaurants and shopping next door. Close

to all wineries and golf. Off-season rates/

Snowbird deals. Open All Year. ** Rates:

Serviced $40-$54.

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Desert Lake RV Resort

Tel: (250) 485-0158 Toll: 1-866-485-0158

desertlakerv@yahoo.ca

7156 Merganser Pl., Oliver BC V0H 1T2

Friendly, clean on Tuc-el-Nuit Lake. Golf,

wineries, town nearby. Phone, laundry,

showers. Big rigs welcome. Daily, weekly,

monthly and yearly rates. Open All Year. **

Rates: Serviced $25-$50.

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Gallagher Lake – A Parkbridge

Camping & RV Resort

Tel: (250) 498-3358

gallagherlake@parkbridge.com

www.parkbridge.com/gallagherlake

8439 Hwy 97, Oliver BC V0H 1T2

A truly special place in the Northern tip of the

Sonora Desert. A resort in the South Okanagan

Valley carved out of the earth during the ice

age. Shadowed by towering ponderosa pines.

The lake is spring fed with a private beach. Pet

friendly. Heart of the Canadian Wine Capital!

Open All Year. ** Rates: Serviced $43-$68

Partial Service $39-$62 Tenting $35-$45. **

See winter listing page 51. ** See ad page 14.

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Lakeside Resort

Tel: (250) 498-2177 Toll: 1-800-220-7330

sales@thelakesideresort.com

www.thelakesideresort.com

6707 Lakeside Dr., Oliver BC V0H 1T4

Family-friendly resort on Tuc-el-Nuit Lake.

500’ of safe, sandy and private beach. Shaded

grassy sites. 18 Cabanas – a unique way to

camp without the tent. Off-season rates. Golf

packages available. Wine touring. Open All

Year. ** Rates: Serviced $30-$55. ** See winter

listing page 51. ** See featured members page

24.

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LODGING, COTTAGES & RESORTS

Lakeside Resort

Tel: (250) 498-2177

Toll: 1-800-220-7330

sales@thelakesideresort.com

www.thelakesideresort.com

6707 Lakeside Dr., Oliver BC V0H 1T4

500’ private beach and treed setting one mile

from Oliver. 1, 2 and 3 bedroom suites with

kitchenettes. Ideal for families, golf groups,

small corporate retreats or wine touring. Adult

hot tub open low and mid-season. Ask about

our Golf packages. Pets permitted off-season

in RV park only. 18 seasonal cabanas. Open

All Year. ** Rates: Low Season $65-$120 High

Season $125-$289. Monthly off-season rates.

** See featured members page 24.

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Osoyoos

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Brookvale Holiday Resort

Tel: (250) 495-7514 Toll: 1-888-495-7514

www.brookvalecampground.com

1219 E. Lakeshore Dr., Osoyoos BC V0H 1V6

Family camping, beach & shaded sites. 12

sleeping cabanas, hot plate, fridge, (bedding,

dishes, pans not incl.). Weekly rates for

cabanas only. Clean washrooms, children’s

play area. Off-season rates. Group bookings

available, pre-post high season. Open: May –

Mid-Oct. ** Rates: Serviced $42-$46 Tenting

$36-$39. Rates subject to change.

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Nk’MIP (Inkameep)

Campground & RV Park

Peachland & Area

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Todd’s RV & Camping

Tel: (250) 767-6644 Toll: 1-866-255-6864

frontdesk@toddsrv.com

www.toddsrv.com

3976 Beach Ave, Peachland BC V0H 1X1

“Where You Really Want To Be”…63 years

of family camping. Todd’s RV & Camping is

the perfect lakeside location to relax! Enjoy

walking from your site along the beach and

Centennial Walkway to an abundance of

amenities, boutiques, coffee shops, great

restaurants, tennis and more. Centrally located

to golf, wineries and orchards. Offering full

hook-ups, WiFi, free showers, central firepit

and playground. Come experience the

authentic Okanagan in our quaint lakeside

community of Peachland. Open: Apr 1 – Oct

20. ** Rates: Serviced $55-$78. Unserviced

$36-$50. ** See featured members page 24.

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Penticton, Summerland &

Area

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Wright’s Beach Camp

Tel: (250) 492-7120

info@wrightsbeachcamp.com

www.wrightsbeachcamp.com

4200 Skaha Lake Rd., Penticton BC V2A 0K4

Located off Hwy 97 at south entrance to

Penticton on Skaha Lake. Private sandy beach,

shade, waterfront sites, 30 amp, cablevision,

wireless internet, outdoor pool, store, arcade,

daily activities program, family entertainment.

Onsite trailer and boat rentals. Quiet family

campground. Shopping and golf nearby. CP 45

days, call for details. Open All Year. ** Rates:

Serviced $59-$72 Unserviced $51 Tenting $51.

** See winter listing page 51. ** See featured

members page 24.

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Super Camping/Select Lodging - Thompson Okanagan

Tel: (250) 495-7279

info@campingosoyoos.com

www.campingosoyoos.com

8000 45th St., Osoyoos BC V0H 1V6

Family camping located right on the shore of

Lake Osoyoos at the edge of Canada’s desert

and just minutes from downtown Osoyoos.

Over 120 lakefront sites. Wireless internet

available. Off-season rates. Open All Year. **

Rates: Serviced $48-$60. ** See winter listing

page 51. ** See ad inside front cover.

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Super Camping/Select Lodging - Thompson Okanagan

LODGING, COTTAGES & RESORTS

Barefoot Beach Resort

Tel: (236) 422-3668

bree@barefootresortbc.com

www.barefootresortbc.com

4145 Skaha Lake Rd., Penticton BC V2A 6J7

Barefoot Beach Resort is a family-friendly

campground with a private beach located

on Lake Skaha. Our annual RV lots include

irrigated garden beds along paved pathways

under a canopy of established trees. Our Yurt

village has 14 units ranging from studio to two

bedroom layouts, full washrooms, kitchenette

and BBQ with rentals that are waterfront.

We are a pet friendly resort. Onsite laundry,

seasonal restaurant and direct access to miles

of KVR trail. Our campground is a vacation

paradise focused on community, health and

enjoying the great outdoors in style. Call for

seasonal RV sites. Open: Apr – Oct. ** Rates:

$120-$440. RV Rates Starting at $6,000/year.

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Wright’s Beach Camp

Tel: (250) 492-7120

info@wrightsbeachcamp.com

www.wrightsbeachcamp.com

4200 Skaha Lake Rd., Penticton BC V2A 0K4

25 trailers from 25’- 39’ each with 1-4 slideouts.

All are situated on Skaha Lake and come fully

stocked except customers provide own linens.

Open All Year. Rental Trailers only available

Mar 15 – Oct 15. ** Rates: Low Season $107-

$212 High Season $197-$325. ** See featured

members page 24.

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LODGING, COTTAGES & RESORTS

Rosedale Motel

Tel: (250) 494-6431 Toll: 1-866-494-6431

rosedalemotel@shaw.ca

www.rosedalemotel.com

14001 Rosedale Ave, Summerland BC V0H 1Z0

TOP LOCATION! Two blocks off Hwy 97.

Walking distance to downtown, restaurants,

shopping. Close to beaches, golf courses,

wineries, attractions and KVR train. All

rooms have heating and air-conditioning,

coffeemaker, fridges, flat screen TVs, cable,

free WiFi. Kitchenettes and full kitchens

available. BBQs and guest laundry. Open All

Year. ** Rates: Low Season $89-$189 High

Season $129-$259. See ad same page.

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Princeton & Area

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Princeton Municipal RV Park &

Campground

Tel: (250) 295-7355 Toll: 1-855-295-7355

rvpark@princeton.ca

www.princeton.ca/rv-park

365 Hwy 3 E., Princeton BC V0X 1W0

Relax by or tube down the beautiful

Similkameen River. Golf course within walking

distance. Nearby Kettle Valley Railway Trail,

fishing lakes, restaurants, museum. Interesting

day trips to Hedley, fruit stands, wineries.

Open: May 1 - Sep 30. ** Rates: Partial Service

$25-$28 Tenting $20-$22.

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Rock Creek & Area

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Kettle River RV Park

Tel: (250) 446-2225 Toll: 1-888-441-2225

krrv@uniserve.com

www.kettleriverrv.com

3255 Hwy 3, Rock Creek BC V0H 1Y0

Golf, fishing, tubing, cycling, all within walking

distance of the park. Relax on the shore of

the Kettle River. Experience the warmth and

beauty of the Boundary Country. We welcome

big rigs. Reservations recommended Jul-Aug.

Open: May - Oct. ** Rates: Serviced $30-$45

Unserviced $25.

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Salmon Arm & Area

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Pierre’s Point Campground

Tel: (250) 832-9523

pierrespointcampground@gmail.com

www.pierrespointcampground.com

2569 Campground Rd., Salmon Arm BC V1E 3A1

Welcome to 2,800’ of sandy beach on Shuswap

Lake with breathtaking views, separate beach

for dogs onsite. Treed areas of signature cedar

and pine. Friendly atmosphere for a relaxing,

enjoyable family holiday awaits you. Open:

May – Sep. ** Rates: Serviced from $49 Partial

Service from $45 Tenting $40.

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Salmon Arm Camping Resort

Tel: (250) 832-6489 Toll: 1-866-979-1659

www.salmonarmcamping.com

381 Hwy 97B NE., Salmon Arm BC V1E 1X5

Camp amid a lush green natural forest near

Shuswap Lake. Hot tub, 50’ heated pool,

mini-golf, pickleball court, pavilion, firepits,

playground. 72 sites and 12 cabins. 5 min. drive

to beach, golf and boat rentals. Open: Apr 15 -

Oct 1 (weather dependent). ** Rates: Serviced

$39-$59 Tenting $25-$30.

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Viewpoint RV Park & Cottages

Tel: (250) 832-2833

inquire@viewpointrv.ca

www.viewpointrv.ca

6871 Trans Canada Hwy NW., Salmon Arm BC

V1E 3A2

8 km W. of Salmon Arm, overlooking Shuswap

Lake, housekeeping cottages, shaded RV sites.

Free WiFi and internet. Free showers, firewood

and cable TV. Laundry facilities, playground

and family-operated. CP 7 days. Call for details.

Open: Apr – Mid-Oct. ** Rates: Serviced $48-

$51 Tenting $35.

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Shuswap & Area

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Finz Resort

In the heart of Summerland!

Amidst stunning landscapes, scenic trails,

beaches, golf, wineries & KVR Train.

250-494-6431

1-866-494-6431

Kettle Valley Villas & RVs

Tel: (250) 449-8323

kettlevalleyvillas@gmail.com

www.kettlevalleyvillas.ca

3232 Beadman Rd., Rock Creek BC V0H 1Y0

We are located steps away from the Kettle

Valley golf course and a short walk to the

Kettle River. Come and enjoy our quiet,

relaxing environment. Open: Apr 1 – Oct 15.

** Rates: Serviced $40 Partial Service $36

Unserviced $28 Tenting $25.

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Tel: (250) 675-3222

rvandboat@finzresort.com

www.finzresort.com

2001 Eagle Bay Rd., Blind Bay BC V0E 1H1

On the shores of Shuswap Lake. Beautiful

treed as well as lakefront sites. Lakeside dining

with the most beautiful sunsets. Various rentals

available in our marina to explore the 1,500

kms of shoreline. We have something for

everyone, truly no place like it. Call and reserve

a spot today. Open: Apr 15 – Oct 15. ** Rates:

Serviced $45-$90 Tenting $45.

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14001 Rosedale Ave.

Summerland

rosedalemotel@shaw.ca

www.rosedalemotel.com

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Woodhaven Campground

Tel: (250) 835-4600

info@woodhavencampground.com

www.woodhavencampground.com

4010 Settle Rd., Sorrento BC V0E 2W1

Quiet shaded sites, natural forest setting,

onsite access to biking, hiking, ATV trails,

hand-launched boat access to White Lake,

trout stocked fishing, firepits, picnic tables,

great swimming, golf course nearby. Open:

May - Oct. ** Rates: Serviced $55 Unserviced

$45 Tenting $45 incl. taxes.

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Valemount

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Canoe River Campground

Tel: (250) 566-9112

reservations.canoeriver@gmail.com

www.canoerivercampground.com

6190 Hwy 5 S., Valemount BC V0E 2Z0

Riverside sites. Spectacular view, big rig

pull-thrus. Sites offer privacy, firepits, picnic

tables, free showers. Hiking, biking and ATV

trails accessible from campsite. Some group

sites. Located 5 km S. of Valemount on Hwy 5.

Weekly rates available. Open: May 1 - Oct 31. **

Rates: Serviced $25-$30 Unserviced $20.

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Irvin’s Park & Campground

Tel: (250) 566-4781

irvins@telus.net

www.irvinsrvpark.com

360 Loseth Rd., Valemount BC V0E 2Z0

Wonderful mountain views! Full-service pullthru

sites with choice of 30 or 50 amp power

or grassed tent sites. Big Rig and pet friendly.

Free showers and WiFi. Coin-operated laundry.

Recreation onsite, ping pong, horseshoes,

volleyball. Near hiking, horseback riding, ATVs,

mountain bike trails. Come, relax or play! Open:

Apr 1 - Oct 31. ** Rates: Serviced $34-$43

Unserviced $25-$28 Tenting $25-$28.

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Vernon & Area

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Cedar Falls Campground &

RV Park

Tel: (250) 558-1559

cedarfallsvernon@gmail.com

www.cedarfalls.ca

7063 Tillicum Rd., Vernon BC V1B 3N9

RV and tent sites in cedar trees near BX

falls and hiking trails. Minutes from Vernon

and Silver Star. Renovated seasonal store,

washrooms, laundry and dishwashing facility.

Firepits, firewood available. Picnic tables, free

WiFi at office. 15/30/50 amp and unserviced

sites. Off-season and monthly rates. Winter

camping by appointment. Open All Year. **

Rates: Serviced $45- $55 Partial Service $40-

$45 Unserviced $35 Tenting $35.

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Historic O’Keefe Ranch

Tel: (250) 542-7868

info@okeeferanch.ca

www.okeeferanch.ca

9380 Hwy 97 N., Vernon BC V1H 1W9

Step back in time and stay awhile at Vernon’s

50-acre living historic site and museum. You

will find 10 RV sites with water and power

across the bridge and washrooms and rustic

cowboy showers on the Ranch grounds. Open:

May – Sep. ** Rates: Partial Service $31.50-$42.

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Silver Star RV

Tel: (250) 542-2808

silverstarcampground@gmail.com

www.silverstarcampground.com

6310 Stickle Rd., Vernon BC V1B 3V1

Hwy 97 on Swan Lake, 1 km south of Truck

Scale, or 1 km north of Walmart on lakeside.

Big Rig friendly back-in sites, free warm

showers, heated pool, firepits. All amenities

close by. CP 10 days, 50% refundable; within 24

hrs. non-refundable. CP fee $20. Extra vehicle

or boat $5. Open All Year. ** Rates: Serviced

$46-$49.

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Swan Lake RV Resort

Tel: (250) 558-1116

reservations@swanlakervresort.com

www.swanlakervresort.com

8000 Highland Rd., Vernon BC V1B 3W5

Swan Lake RV Resort is a luxury “Big Rig” RV

Resort. Sites available daily, weekly, monthly.

Full hookup, 30/50 amp, cable, heated

outdoor pool, hot tub, laundry, washrooms,

pay showers, library, clubhouse, store and

WiFi. Weekly and monthly rates available, call

for details. Open: Mar 15 - Oct 14. ** Rates:

Serviced: $45-$64.

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Tinhorn Creek

Super Camping/Select Lodging - Thompson Okanagan

Valemount Pines Golf Club, RV

Park & Campground

Tel: (250) 566-4550

www.valemountpinesgolfrv.ca

1110 Hwy 5, 1 km N. of Valemount, BC V0E 2Z0

Golf course and golf practice area, fishing

streams and forested walking trails on the

property. Firepits, treed and open grassed

sites, grassed play areas, group camping

areas, free showers, picnic tables. Non-golfers

welcome. Open: Apr - Oct. ** Rates: Serviced

$27 Unserviced $16.

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Swan Lake RV Park &

Campground

Tel: (250) 545-2300

info@swanlakecampground.com

www.swanlakecampground.com

7235 Old Kamloops Rd., Vernon BC V1H 1W6

Situated on the quiet, west side of Swan Lake

in a rural setting only 5 km N. of Vernon.

Plenty of trees, away from trains and highways.

Firepits and firewood available, hot coin

showers, pedal boats, kayaks, canoes and swim

dock free to use. Tenting and 30 amp pull-thru

sites. Seasonal rates available. Open All Year. **

Rates: Serviced $46.67-$50.48 Partial Service

$44.77 Tenting $34.29.

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4. Springbrook Motel & RV Park,

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Fairmont Hot Springs

Kari Medig


In the southeastern corner of British Columbia, the jagged peaks of the Rockies rise in parallel with those of the

Purcell, Selkirk and Monashee mountain ranges. In between are valleys, crystal clear rivers and lakes. Incomparable

scenic beauty is waiting to be explored around every corner. Discover the communities, national and provincial

parks, hot springs, attractions and the rich palette of recreational activities.

The Kootenay Rockies Road Trips Map Guide offers 7 suggested driving routes.

Below is a sampling of routes. Order your free Map:

1-800-661-6603 / Info@KootenayRockies.com or view online: KootenayBrochures.ca

Hot Springs Route

Wedged into the rocky and remote creases of these stunning mountains are untamed natural hot springs

that will soothe, inspire and rejuvenate. Drive along quiet, tree-lined lakeshores where rustic resorts, historic

silver-rush towns, natural caves and backcountry trails will leave a lasting impression. Venture into this

unknown wilderness on bike, on foot, in a kayak - then relax in warm, mineral rich water at some of the most

enticing natural hot springs pools in the province. This most popular tour is approximately 800 km (500 mi).

Mountains & Vineyards

The interior of British Columbia is christened with rich landscapes teeming with diversity. Lakes, mountains,

deserts, valleys and exciting urban centres are ripe for exploration. For its length and limitless opportunities,

the Mountains & Vineyards route reigns supreme. Discover pristine orchards, beautiful vineyards that hug

the rolling hills and family-run farms. Taste the bounty of this fertile land. In the warm evening glow, settle

into a mountain resort where wine tastings and locally-inspired food will win your heart. Approx. 1,250 km

(775 mi).

Super Camping/Select Lodging - Kootenay Rockies

West Koot Route

Quiet roads that twist through the heart of the British Columbia wilderness. Dense forests that yield to rising rock and glacier-scored

summits where only the bravest mountaineers have ventured. A place to be respected and admired. Stunning backcountry beauty is

around every corner on the West Koot Route. Soak it in. Stop for a hike, paddle a perfect lake, fling a fly in a trout-filled stream and find

your little patch of paradise in the West Kootenay. Approx. 450 km (280 mi).

More Driving Routes with itineraries on KRRoadTrips.ca

RATES: Charges may be based on either per vehicle or number of persons.

Charges may apply for additional persons.

CP POLICY: For Cancellation Policy check with property.

PETS: For Pet Policy check with property for any rates that may be in effect.

See page 3 for symbol explanation

Balfour & Area

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Birch Grove RV Park & Marina

Tel: (250) 229-4275 Toll: 1-877-247-8774

birchgrovervpark@gmail.com

www.birchgrovervpark.com

7048 Lee Rd., Hwy 3A, (Balfour) Nelson BC

V1L 6R9

Near Nelson, famous for most restaurants

per capita in Canada. Ainsworth Hot Springs,

golf courses, zip lining, hiking/biking, artisans

and markets. Wildlife, bird watching, fishing,

swimming, boating, kayaking, beach, quiet,

friendly atmosphere, clean washrooms and

WiFi available. CP $25 if over 7 days. No

deposit refund in Jul/Aug. Open: Apr 15 - Oct

31. ** Rates: Serviced $45-$55 incl. taxes

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Burton

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Burton Historical Park

Campground

Tel: (250) 265-4885 Toll: 1-844-265-4885

reservations@burtonhistoricalpark.com

www.burtonhistoricalpark.com

145 Lakeview Park Rd., Burton BC V0G 1E0

Burton Historical Park Campground is one

of the best kept secrets of the Kootenays.

This lakeside campground offers a peaceful,

relaxing and family-oriented atmosphere. The

sites are spacious, with views of Arrow Lake

and surrounding mountains. Campers have

access to beach and boat launch. Centrally

located to nearby atrtractions. Open: May 1 -

Sep 30. ** Rates: Partial Service $33.33-$35.24

Unserviced $26.67-$28.57.

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Castlegar & Area

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Castlegar Cabins, RV Park &

Campground

Tel: (250) 365-2337 Toll: 1-866-687-7275

www.crvp.ca

1725 Hwy 3, Castlegar BC V1N 4W1

Stay at one of the prettiest RV parks in the

Kootenays. Friendly hospitality, entertainment,

shopping, restaurants, fuel and propane

services nearby. WiFi, phone, hiking trails. Coin

laundry/showers. We have an off-leash pet

area. Ask about our Park Models and cabin.

Open All Year. ** Rates: Serviced $40 Tenting

$25.

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Super Camping/Select Lodging - Kootenay Rockies

Castlegar Golf Club & RV Park

Tel: (250) 365-5006 Toll: 1-800-666-0324

admin@golfcastlegar.com

www.golfcastlegar.com

1602 Aaron Rd., Castlegar BC V1N 4L6

Beautiful RV Park adjacent to the Castlegar

golf course. Spotless washroom facility, WiFi,

free firewood, communal firepit. Special

golf rates. 30/50 amp service. Overflow

sites available. Pets welcome. Hiking trails,

restaurant, laundromat. Friendly services and

welcome hosts. Open: Apr 15 - Oct 15. ** Rates:

Partial Service $31 Unserviced $21 Tenting $10.

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Kootenay River RV Park

Tel: (250) 365-5604 Toll: 1-877-318-0008

info@kootenayriverrv.ca

www.kootenayriverrv.ca

651 Rosedale Rd., Castlegar BC V1N 4L2

A quiet adult only 18+ RV park, situated

near the convergence of the Kootenay and

Columbia Rivers. Kootenay River RV Park is

nestled in the Columbia Valley and is only a

5 min. drive to the city of Castlegar. This area

provides plenty of adventure and excitement

for everyone. Open: Apr – Nov. ** Rates:

Serviced $36-$40.

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Cranbrook

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Cranbrook/St. Eugene (KOA)

Tel: (250) 420-2055 Toll: 1-800-562-5403

rvpark@steugene.ca

www.steugene.ca

7777 Mission Rd., Cranbrook BC V1C 7E5

A beautiful new campground located at the St.

Eugene Resort with its world-class golf course

and spectacular views of the Rocky Mountains.

Offering the largest sites and the best shower

facilities. Food and beverage delivered to

your site, golf shuttle service. Games room,

hospitality, BBQ area. Casino, three restaurants,

cabin, local convenience store and many

outdoor activities available. Open: Apr 1 - Oct

31. ** Rates: Serviced $40-$80 Tenting $30-$80.

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Mount Baker RV Park

Tel: (250) 489-0056 Toll: 1-877-501-2288

www.mountbakerrvpark.com

1501 1st St. S., Cranbrook BC V1C 1B7

A convenient East Kootenay Rockies RV

park in Cranbrook. Many large shade trees.

Joseph Creek, warm friendly atmosphere.

Can accommodate big rigs, also tent sites.

Wireless internet, cable, laundry, ice, phone,

hot showers. Pet friendly. Open: Apr 1 - Oct 15.

** Rates: Serviced $34-$41 Partial Service $32

Unserviced $26 Tenting $26.

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Creston & Area

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Mountain Park Resort

Tel: (250) 428-2954 Toll: 1-877-428-2954

www.mountainprk.com

4021 Hwy 3, (Erickson) Creston BC V0B 1K0

Free hot showers, free WiFi, Post Office,

fresh fruit and veggies. Local art, hiking,

gold panning, quadding, weddings, reunions,

outdoor stage, ice cream, clothes and camping

supplies. Open All Year. ** Rates: Serviced $37-

$52 Partial Service $37-$52 Unserviced $30

Tenting $30-$35.

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Pair-a-Dice RV Park &

Campground

Tel: (250) 428-2347 Toll: 1-866-223-3423

pairadice@shaw.ca

www.pairadicepark.com

1322 Northwest Blvd., Hwy 3, Creston BC

V0B 1G6

Conveniently located on Hwy 3. We are in

town, a few minutes walk to shopping and

restaurants. Quiet grassy sites, 65’ pullthrus,45’

back-ins. Free hot showers, clean

washrooms, firepit and picnic area in back.

Free highspeed WiFi, cable available. Creston

has award-winning wineries, golf, wetlands,

orchards. Open All Year. ** Rates: Serviced

$40-$48 Partial Service $33 Tenting $27.

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Fairmont Hot Springs

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Fairmont Hot Springs RV Resort

Tel: (250) 345-6033 Toll: 1-800-663-4979

www.fairmonthotsprings.com

5225 Fairmont Resort Rd., Fairmont Hot Springs BC

V0B 1L1

Highly rated by Good Sam RV Travel Guide.

Good Sam Discount. Beautiful RV Resort

located in the BC Rockies. A short walk from

Canada’s largest natural mineral hot springs,

golf, spa, swim, soak - our activities are

endless. Open: Apr - Oct. ** Rates: $54-$89.

Rates subject to change.

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Fairmont Hot Springs Resort

Tel: (250) 345-6311 Toll: 1-800-663-4979

info@fhsr.com

www.fairmonthotsprings.com

5225 Fairmont Resort Rd., Fairmont Hot Springs BC

V0B 1L1

Fairmont Hot Springs Resort, home to

Canada’s largest natural mineral hot springs

with Rocky Mountain views, is a family-friendly

resort offering 45-holes of golf, spa, family

activities and a family-friendly ski area. Open

All Year. ** Rates: $139-$400. Rates subject to

change.

128 Hotel/Motel Units L 8 Deluxe Cabins

L 6 Cabins L 5 Cottages L 4 Suites

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Mountainside Vacation Villas

Tel: (250) 345-6341 Toll: 1-855-345-6341

www.mountainsidevillas.com

5247 Fairmont Creek Rd., Fairmont Hot Springs

BC V0B 1L1

One and two bedroom fully-furnished

villas hosting golf course views. Large and

spacious with fully-stocked kitchens, laundry

and a barbecue on every deck. Tasteful oak

furnishings, vaulted ceilings, dishwasher,

hairdryer, cable TV, DVD, CD and WiFi. Open

All Year. ** Rates: Low Season $135-$165 High

Season $180-$210. ** See featured members

page 34.

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Fernie

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Fernie RV Resort

Toll: 1-844-343-2233

stay@fernieRVresort.com

www.fernieRVresort.com

2001 6th Ave, Fernie BC V0B 1M0

The resort is nestled between the majestic

Elk River, Fernie Golf Club and Maiden Lake.

It offers modern facilities and services with

pull-thru and back-in RV sites accommodating

the most sophisticated RVs plus an area for

tent camping. The resort added five heated

yurts perfect for a family or 2 couples. Fernie

campers can experience unparalleled scenery

and outdoor recreational opportunities, as well

as small town charm and hospitality. ** See

winter listing page 52.

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Field

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Yoho National Park

Tel: (250) 343-6783 (Seasonal)

Toll Free: 1-888-773-8888 (Year Round)

www.pc.gc.ca/yoho

Trans Canada Hwy, East of Golden

197 sites at four front country campsites.

No hookups. Showers at Kicking Horse only.

Entrance is free for Youth 17 & Under. Parks

Passes are required and available online or

at any Visitor Centre. Camping fees apply.

Features spectacular waterfalls, soaring peaks

and is home of the Burgess Shale Fossil Beds

guided hikes. Open: Mid-May - Early Oct. **

Rates: Per Site Unserviced $15.70-$27.40.

Rates subject to change. Languages Spoken:

English, French.

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Fort Steele & Area

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Fort Steele Resort & RV Park

Tel: (250) 489-4268

www.fortsteele.com

10 Wardner – Fort Steele Rd., Fort Steele BC

V0B 1N0

18 km NE of Cranbrook (Hwy 93/95) across

from Fort Steele Heritage Town (daily

activities). Log cabin for rent. Enclosed area

with kitchen for large groups and family

reunions. WiFi available. Outdoor heated

swimming pool and hot showers included.

Beautiful mountain views. Monthly rates

available. Open All Year. ** Rates: Serviced

$45-$50 Unserviced $35 Tenting $35. Rates

subject to change. ** See winter listing page

52. ** See ad page 39.

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Golden

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Golden Golf Club RV Park

Tel: (250) 344-2700 Toll: 1-866-727-7222

teeoff@golfgolden.com

www.golfgolden.com

576 Golf Course Dr., Golden BC V0A 1H0

Nestled in the Rocky Mountains, the Golden

Golf Club RV Park is just minutes west of

Golden. Adjacent to the RV Park is our 18-hole

golf course, practice facilities, restaurant, minigolf

course and in close proximity to Kicking

Horse Mountain Resort, hiking, cycling trails and

Golden town centre. Free WiFi. Open All Year. **

Rates: $34.95 (1-6 nights); $31.95 (7-14 nights);

$27.95 (15-21 nights); $17.95 (22+ nights) incl.

taxes. ** See winter listing page 52.

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Golden Municipal Campground

Tel: (250) 344-5412 Toll: 1-866-538-6625

info@goldenmunicipalcampground.com

www.goldenmunicipalcampground.com

1411 9th Street S., Golden BC V0A 1H2

On Kicking Horse River, sheltered grounds,

washhouses, hot showers, power, sani-station,

picnic shelters, firewood. Adjacent to pool and

tennis courts. Major credit cards accepted.

Seniors’ discount. CP 7 days. Convenience

store, WiFi and laundry. Open: Apr 1 – Oct 31. **

Rates: Partial Service $35-$45 Unserviced $35.

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Whispering Spruce

Campground & RV Park

Tel: (250) 344-6680

www.whisperingsprucecampground.com

1430 Golden View Rd., Golden BC V0A 1H1

Golden’s oldest campground offers a variety

of treed and shaded campground sites. Free

showers and WiFi. Onsite laundry, convenience

store, playground and kids activities. Walking

distance to fine food and drink. 2 km from

downtown Golden. Early booking discounts.

Weekly & monthly rates. Open All Year. **

Rates: Serviced $47 Tenting $35.

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LODGING, COTTAGES & RESORTS

Ponderosa Motor Inn

Tel: (250) 344-2205 Toll: 1-800-881-4233

info@ponderosamotorinn.bc.ca

www.ponderosamotorinn.bc.ca

1206 Trans Canada Hwy, Golden BC V0A 1H0

Resting on five beautiful landscaped acres

with mountain views and glacier fed creeks in

Golden, Ponderosa Motor Inn offers stunning

views, clean accommodation for guests.

Spacious units, rooms feature air-conditioning

units, fridges and wireless internet. Our hotel

offers kitchen units, family units with three

beds, honeymoon suites and creek side units.

Open All Year. ** Rates: Low Season $60-$120

High Season $110-$240.

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Golden to Rogers Pass

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Campers Haven RV & Tent Park

Tel: (250) 340-8482 Toll: 1-800-563-6122

yvonguay0@gmail.com

2779 DeJordie Rd., Donald BC V0A 1H1

Peaceful scenic campsite off Hwy 1 at

Donald, 28 km W. of Golden. Fishing and

boating nearby. Pull-thrus. Wireless internet.

Non-smoking motel, senior discount on

camping. CP 2 days. Chalets available (year

round). Open: May – Oct. ** Rates: Serviced

$35.95-$39.95 Partial Service $32.95-$35.95

Unserviced $30-$32.95 Tenting $25-$28.95.

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Kimberley & Area

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Kimberley Riverside

Campground

Tel: (250) 427-2929 Toll: 1-877-999-2929

info@kimberleycampground.com

www.kimberleycampground.com

500 St. Mary Lake Rd., Kimberley BC V1A 3B9

130 spacious well-treed sites with scenic river

and mountain views. Clean modern facilities,

beautiful grounds and friendly staff. Many

golf and recreation opportunities including

our playground and a new 18-hole putting

course! Enjoy free pool, showers and WiFi

hotspots. 8 kms south of Kimberley. Seasonal

rates available. Brand new RV Rental available.

Open: Apr 15 - Oct 15. ** Rates: Serviced

Shoulder Season $32-$42 Peak Season $39-

$47 Unserviced $26-$30 Tenting $26-$30. **

See featured members page 52. ** See ad

page 39.

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Kootenay Lake & Area

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Schroeder Creek Campground

Tel: (250) 353-7783

inquiries@schroedercreekresort.com

www.schroedercreekresort.com

128 Bickel Rd., Kaslo BC V0G 1M0

Beautiful treed sites with easy access for

larger RV units. Full hook-ups and tent sites

available. Sheltered marina and boat ramp.

Onsite holiday trailers available for rent. Clean

washrooms and showers, store, laundry, picnic

tables, firewood and firepits. Fishing licenses

and freezer facility for catch. Open: Apr 1 –

Oct 31. ** Rates: Serviced $37 Unserviced $32

Tenting $27.

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LEMON CREEK

Pioneer Campground

Super Camping/Select Lodging - Kootenay Rockies

Roomy power, water and tenting

sites with all grass & trees.

Hot showers • flush toilets • fire pits

Located 1.5 km off Hwy 6 in the Slocan Valley

7680 Kennedy Road, Lemon Creek, BC

250-355-2547 www.lemoncreeklodge.com

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Nakusp

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

KBR Campground (formerly

Coachman Campground)

Tel: (250) 265-4212

kbrcampground@kbrcampground.com

www.kbrcampground.com

1701 Hwy 23 N., Nakusp BC V0G 1R0

Family-friendly scenic campground nestled

between the picturesque Selkirk and Monashee

mountain ranges. We cater to all campers

from large luxury RVs to tents. A family-owned

business dedicated to providing each camper

with a safe, relaxing, enjoyable environment.

Your goal is to relax and forget the busy part

of your life, our goal is to help you achieve this.

Open: Apr 1 – Nov 1. ** Rates: Serviced $35-$45

Partial Service $30 Unserviced $25 Tenting $25.

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Nakusp Hot Springs, Chalets &

Campground

Tel: (250) 265-4528 Toll: 1-866-999-4528

info@nakusphotsprings.com

www.nakusphotsprings.com

8500 Hot Springs Rd. NW., Nakusp BC V0G 1R0

Relax – Refresh - Return. Located 12 km NE of

Nakusp, the Hot Springs Campground is nestled

among nature’s splendour, just steps from a

restorative soak in the Hot Springs mineral

pools. Come and enjoy the jewel of Nakusp.

Open: May 1 - Oct 15. ** Rates: Serviced $31.50

Unserviced $28 Tenting $20.25. Rates subject

to change. Online reservations available on

website. ** See featured members page 34.

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SPRINGBROOK

RESORT.com

MOTEL, CABIN, RV PARK

Nakusp Municipal Campground

Tel: (250) 265-1061

camp@nakuspcampground.com

www.nakuspcampground.com

4th St. at 10th Ave NW, Nakusp BC V0G 1R0

Located in the heart of the village, close walking

distance to the public beach, playgrounds,

ball fields, shopping and restaurants. There

are 40 treed sites, (10 powered sites), with

an additional 28 overflow sites. Water fill-ups

available. Online reservations available on

website. Open: May - Oct. ** Rates: Partial

Service $27 Unserviced $19-$25. Rates subject

to change.

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LODGING, COTTAGES & RESORTS

Nakusp Hot Springs, Chalets &

Campground

Tel: (250) 265-4528 Toll: 1-866-999-4528

info@nakusphotsprings.com

www.nakusphotsprings.com

8500 Hot Springs Rd. NW., Nakusp BC V0G 1R0

Relax – Refresh – Return. Only 12 km from

Nakusp. Our chalets feature 8 units in 4

cozy A-frame cabins. Come and explore our

spectacular natural setting and end the day

with a relaxing soak in our mineral pools.

Open All Year. ** Rates: Low Season $72-

$176 High Season $79-$209. Rates subject

to change, check website. ** See featured

members page 34.

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Radium Hot Springs &

Area

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Canyon RV Resort on Sinclair

Creek

Tel: (250) 347-9564

www.canyonrv.com

5012 Sinclair Creek Rd., Radium Hot Springs BC

V0A 1M0

A well-known campground in a booming resort

village. Located in private valley, with a stream

running through it. Spectacular washrooms,

groomed lawns, mature trees. Close to the hot

springs and too much golf! A good home base

for trips to Banff and Lake Louise. Reservations

recommended. NO TENTING. Open: Apr 15

- Oct 30. ** Rates: Serviced $50-$68 Partial

Service $48.

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Kootenay National Park

Tel: (250) 347-9505

www.pc.gc.ca/kootenay

Hwy 93 S., North of Radium Hot Springs

Enjoy modern camping in an oTENTik or

plan a rustic retreat with the family. Three

campgrounds on the Banff-Windermere Hwy

(93 S), showcase views of mountain peaks,

turquoise rivers and reclaimed grasslands.

Redstreak offers reservations. Open: Mid-May -

Early Oct. ** Rates: Per Site Unserviced $21.50-

$27.40 Serviced $32.30-$38.20. Rates subject

to change. Languages Spoken: English, French.

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LODGING, COTTAGES & RESORTS

Kootenay National Park -

Redstreak Campground

Toll: 1-877-737-3783

www.pc.gc.ca/knp-otentiks

7500 Redstreak Campground Rd.,

Radium Hot Springs BC V0A 1M0

Enjoy modern camping comfort in Kootenay’s

oTENTik tent cabins. Each oTENTik sleeps 6.

Accompanying picnic tables and traditional

firepits offer the authenticity of cooking and

eating outdoors surrounded by incredible

mountain views. Open: Mid-May – Mid-Oct. **

Rates: $120/night. CP 3 days prior to scheduled

arrival will receive full refund, less the original

reservation and CP fee. Visit www.reservations.

pc.gc.ca for full details. No pets allowed.

Languages Spoken: English, French.

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Revelstoke & Area

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Canyon Hot Springs Resort

Tel: (250) 837-2420

canyonhotsprings@outlook.com

www.canyonhotsprings.com

Hwy 1, 35 kms east of Revelstoke BC V0E 2S0

Natural mineral hot springs, secluded

campsites, showers, laundromat, camping

cabins, RV park, cafeteria, gift shop, hiking.

Located on the Trans Canada Hwy, 35 km E.

of Revelstoke. Reservations Feb. 1st. Open:

Mid-May – Mid-Sep. ** Rates: Partial Service

$45-$55 Unserviced $35-$42.

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Lamplighter Campground

Tel: (250) 837-3385

lamplightercampground@gmail.com

www.lamplightercampground.com

1760 Nixon Rd., Revelstoke BC V0E 2S0

Welcoming, picturesque and clean

campground within walking distance to

downtown. Grassy hookup sites in parklike

setting with beautiful mountain view. WiFi,

camp kitchen and play area. Off Hwy 1 W.

take 23 S., first left (Nixon Rd). Weekly rates

low season only. Open: May – Sep. ** Rates:

Serviced $39-$47 Partial Service $34-$37

Unserviced $28-$31 Tenting $28-$31.

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1.877.422.3563

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Revelstoke Campground &

RV Resort

Tel: (250) 837-2085 Toll: 1-844-837-2085

www.revelstokecampground.com

2411 KOA Rd, (Hwy 1 – Exit to Oak Dr.),

Revelstoke BC V0E 2S0

Revelstoke Campground is nestled in treed

meadow with views of snow covered mountains.

Our secure and family-oriented campground

offers a heated pool, trails, duck pond,

playground, laundry, free hot showers, WiFi

station, full hookups and pull-thru sites. Cabins/

chalets open all year. Big Rig Friendly. Open:

May 1 - Thanksgiving. ** Rates: Serviced $33.63-

$49.88 Partial Service $32.63-$38.88 Unserviced

$29.63-$34.88 Tenting $26.63-$33.88 Cabin $13

Chalet no pets. ** See ad page 38.

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Williamson Lake Campground

Tel: (250) 837-8806

www.williamsonlakecampground.ca

1817 Williamson Lake Rd., Revelstoke BC V0E 2S3

Quiet and pristine lakeside setting. Minutes

away from downtown Revelstoke. No trains

or traffic nearby. Hiking and biking from

campground or quick drive. Boat rentals, miniputt,

fishing, swimming. Follow signs from Hwy

1 to hospital and airport. Low and high season

rates. Best camping in Revelstoke. Open: May

1 – Oct 14. ** Rates: Serviced $35-$40 Partial

Service $30-$35 Unserviced $25-$30 Tenting

$25-$30.

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Skookumchuck & Area

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Skookumchuck Motel & RV Park

Tel: (250) 422-3110 Toll: 1-888-513-1382

Box 59, Hwy 93/95, Skookumchuck BC V0B 2E0

15 km from Wasa Lake. Air-conditioned kitchen

units; RV treed location, 30 amp, pull-thrus.

Free hot showers, propane BBQs, firepits and

firewood. Walking distance to fishing, short

drive to hot springs, swimming, golfing. RV

Park Open: Apr 15 – Oct 15. Motel Open: Jan 2

– Dec 1. ** Rates: Serviced $20-$30.

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Springbrook Motel & RV Park

Tel: (250) 422-3563 Toll: 1-877-422-3563

www.springbrookresort.com

4527 Hwy 93/95, Skookumchuck BC V0B 2E0

Motel kitchenettes with air-conditioning, deck

with table and chairs, shared BBQ, dedicated

smoking area, satellite TV and satellite internet.

The RV park is in a treed setting, free showers,

firepits, firewood $, picnic tables, private beach

with cold pond onsite. Near Provincial Parks,

hot springs, hiking, fishing, golfing and skiing.

Groups welcome. Catering. Seasonal sites.

Open: Apr - Oct. ** Rates: Serviced $35.50-

$38.50 Partial Service $29.50 Tenting $29.50.

** See featured members page 34. ** See ad

page 38.

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Slocan & Area

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Lemon Creek Lodge &

Campground

Tel: (250) 355-2547

info@lemoncreeklodge.com

www.lemoncreeklodge.com

7680 Kennedy Rd., Slocan BC V0G 2C0

A pioneer campground with grass and treed

lots. Nestled between Kokanee and Valhalla

Provincial Parks, the Slocan Valley offers a

playground of activities. A beautiful 10 min.

drive to Slocan beach. Cycling on the Rails

to Trails right next to us. Excellent fishing,

hiking, canoeing, kayaking and golfing

nearby. Open: May – Oct. ** Rates: Partial

Service $30-$35 Unserviced $25 Tenting $20.

** See ad page 37.

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The Elk Valley

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Elkford Municipal Campground

Tel: (250) 865-4019

campground@elkford.ca

www.elkford.ca

350 Hwy 43, Elkford BC V0B 1H0

A riverfront campground located right in town

and within walking distance or a short drive to

all community and indoor/outdoor recreational

opportunities. Elkford is a place where nature

prevails! Experience breathtaking views, wildlife

viewing and more! Elkford - Wild at Heart.

Open: May Long Weekend – Oct 31 (weather

permitting). ** Rates: Serviced $22 Unserviced

$20 Tenting $20 Add’l units $10 ea.

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• Full-Service RV Sites

• RV for Rent

• Heated Pool

• Putting Course

• Wifi

• Laundromat

Visit us in Kimberley, BC

1-877-999-2929 • www.kimberleycampground.com

Wake Up Next

to the Rocky

Mountains!

200 Sites

Pull-Thrus

30/50 Amp

Tent Area

Playground

Heated Pool

Hot Showers

Free Wi-Fi

Grocery store

(250) 489-4268

www.fortsteele.com

RAFT REVELSTOKE !

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years

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4 hour round trip

Over 22 km of rafting

All equipment provided

9:00am & 1:00pm departures

Includes photos, fresh fruit & pastry

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Super Camping/Select Lodging - Cariboo Chilcotin Coast

CARIBOO CHILCOTIN COAST

Klemtu

Kitlope

Heritage

Conservancy

Fiordland

RA

North

Tweedsmuir

Park

South

Tweedsmuir

Park

Bella Shearwater Bella

Coola Hagensborg

Bella

Hakai

Conservation

Area

35

Entiako

Park

Klinaklini R.

Hwy 20 – the Freedom Hwy

Hwy 24 – the Fishing Hwy

Hwy 97 – the North/South Hwy Corridor

Access Hwy 26 Barkerville

Cariboo Chilcotin Coast Region

©Super Camping 2018

Campbell River

16

Itcha

Ilgachuz Park

Chilko

Lake

Fort

Fraser

Vanderhoof

Anahim Lake

Nimpo Lake

Finger-Tatuk Park

Kluskoil

Lake Park

20

Nazko Lake

Park

Puntzi Lake

Alexis

Creek

Nunsti

Park

Blackwater R.

Ts’yl-os

Park

Big Creek

Park

Gold

Bridge

Birkenhead

Lake Park

PRINCE

GEORGE

Hixon

Quesnel

97

Fraser R.

99

97

Williams

Lake

26

Quesnel R.

97

16

Likely

Quesnel

Lake

Horsefly

100 Mile House Canim Lake

Lone Butte

Flat Lake Park

Sheridan Lake

Marble 24

Range

Bridge

Little

Park 70 MileHouse Lake

Fort

Edge Hills

Chasm Park

Clinton

Park

99

Cache

Creek

Lillooet

Churn

Creek

Park

summer only

McLeese

Lake

Wells Bowron

Lake Park

Barkerville

Spences

Bridge

Lac la

Hache

Horsefly

Lake

Eagle

Creek

1

Wells

Gray

Park

KAMLOOPS

FEATURED MEMBERS

1. Kayanara Guest Ranch & Resort,

Eagle Creek, pages 42

Visit us

online at

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The Cariboo

This is a land born of dreams of

discovery, yellow dust and instant

riches, with the “Cariboo Gold Rush

Trail” traversing through this region.

In 1862, Billy Barker struck gold

near Barkerville on Williams Creek,

which started a rush of adventurers

from around the globe traversing

the difficult terrain of this now

famous Gold Rush Trail, begins in

New Westminster in the south, to its

terminus in Barkerville – a National

Historic Site and home to 150

restored 1860’s buildings. The rush

for gold exploration, panning and

mining are still active today. Visitors

from around the world still follow in

the footsteps of prior expeditions.

Interesting roadhouses and museums

still stand where stagecoaches once

stopped. Highway 97, the main

north/south corridor through the

region, is also the key north to Alaska

route. Plan your family adventure

this summer and include summer

festivals, watersports, mountain

biking, hiking and wildlife viewing

activities along the way.

The Chilcotin

Accessed by road on Highway 20

(The Freedom Hwy) or by sea on the

Northern Sea Wolf from Vancouver

Island to Bella Coola, the Chilcotin is

a land of dramatic scenery, rugged

landscapes and thick forests. Here,

BC’s highest mountain, Mount

Waddington, rises 4,016 meters. The

jagged central coast Mountain peaks

in the Chilcotin are covered in vast

ice fields and wide alpine meadows,

gradually softening into large valleys,

rolling foothills, pine covered forests,

lakes and rivers and the grasslands of

the Chilcotin Plateau. Along the way

discover some of the best fishing

lakes and rivers to be found in North

America. Nimpo Lake operators offer

fabulous float plane sightseeing

tours and fly-in fishing trips. The

traveller will experience rolling semidesert

terrain, exquisite canyons, to

flat grasslands, river crossings and

past lakes through mountains and old

growth forests, to the ocean inlets and

fjords of BC’s Great Bear Rainforest.

The Coast

Once you reach the central coast you

are met with 15,000 kilometers of aweinspiring

coastline scattered with fjords

and inlets, pristine beaches and rocky

shores. Here is some of the world’s

best saltwater fishing and wildlife

viewing of sea birds, whales, dolphins,

grizzly bears and the sacred white

Kermode, also known as the ‘Spirit

Bear’. Getting there is an exciting

adventure; with access by road along

the Freedom Highway (Highway 20)

from Williams Lake to Bella Coola, or

by sea on the “Northern Sea Wolf”

vessel and route schedules. (See www.

Hellobc.com for Circle Route info and

reserve with www.bcferries.com well in

advance for ferry service to and from

Bella Coola).

North/South Highway Corridor, (Hwy

97) - Access Hwy 26 to Barkerville

This main north/south corridor, travels

through the Cariboo, much of it along

the same route as the Cariboo Wagon

Road and Gold Rush Trail of days gone

by. At Cache Creek, the TransCanada

Highway (Hwy 1) veers east toward

Kamloops, while a continued

northward journey takes you onto

Highway 97. A few kilometres north of

Cache Creek, stop at Hat Creek Ranch

Historic Site for some Gold Rush

History. Continue north to the many

lakes and rivers of the Cariboo. Visit

Clinton, 100 Mile House, Williams Lake

and Quesnel with the link to Hwy 26

for Barkerville. Why not plan to veer

east and west from these communities

into the backcountry to discover

watersports, hiking, horseback riding

and biking adventures. This is also your

north to Alaska route. There are many

RV and camping options available

along this route.

The Fishing Highway (Hwy 24)

Starting from the east at Little Fort,

the junction of Highways 5 and 24,

this route branches and exits two

ways onto Highway 97; via the 70 Mile

House junction; or via 93 Mile House.

Highway 24, known as “The Fishing

Highway”. The Fishing Highway

through Cariboo’s Interlakes Region

accesses a tranquil and beautiful

area of resorts, B&B’s, guest ranches,

rolling hills of pine and alder forests,

and boasts over 250 lakes teeming

with rainbow trout, lake trout and

kokanee. If you’re not fishing, the

drive itself is well worth taking for the

scenery alone! In addition to fishing,

other activities in the area include

swimming and watersports, horseback

riding, ATVing, biking & hiking, wildlife

viewing, and snowmobiling the Gold

Rush Snowmobile Trail in winter.

The Freedom Highway (Hwy 20)

The Chilcotin backbone is Highway

20, also known as the “The Freedom

Highway” and is a key portion of the

“Discovery Coast” circle tour route.

(See Circle Driving Routes on www.

Hellobc.com). It traverses 456 km

(274 mi) from Williams Lake to Bella

Coola, and is the only link from BC’s

Interior to the Central Coast, passing

Farwell Canyon on the Chilcotin

Plateau toward the Coast Mountains,

Tweedsmuir Provincial Park and the

Bella Coola Valley. Highway 20 is well

worth taking a few days to drive with

several stops of interest including

Nimpo Lake. The only unpaved section

of the highway (57 km/36mi) consists

of well-maintained gravel from Anahim

Lake to the bottom of “The Hill” (up

to 18% grade) into the Bella Coola

Valley. It is recommended that you

use a detailed backcountry map for

off Highway 20 travel into the pristine

wilderness of areas such as the Nemiah

Valley and stunning Chilko Lake.

More Information:

www.travel-british-columbia.com

www.landwithoutlimits.com

www.goldrushtrail.ca

www.fishinghighway24.com

www.hellobc.com

Super Camping/Select Lodging - Cariboo Chilcotin Coast

• Pools • Hot Tubs • Laundromat

• WiFi • Store • Big Rig Friendly

604-794-7361

53730 Bridal Falls Rd

Rosedale, BC

Book online at www.htr.ca

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See page 3 for symbol explanation

70 Mile House & Area

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Tall Timbers Resort

Tel: (250) 456-7668 Toll: 1-888-228-8255

www.talltimbers.ca

6304 Pioneer Rd., 70 Mile House (Watch Lake) BC

V0K 2K1

Watch Lake’s favourite resort in a beautiful

peaceful setting. Excellent fishing, swimming,

hiking, nearby horseback riding and ATV trails.

Perfectly charming rustic or modern cabins.

Clean showers, washrooms, laundry facilities.

Group gatherings, family reunions welcome.

Open: May 10 – Oct 15. ** Rates: Partial Service

$32-$36 Unserviced $25 Tenting $26.

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RATES:

100 Mile House & Area

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

100 Mile Motel & RV Park

Tel: (250) 395-2234 Toll: 1-877-466-6835

hunmotel@shaw.ca

www.100milemotelandrvpark.com

310 Hwy 97 S., 100 Mile House BC V0K 2E0

Located perfectly in the middle of 100 Mile

House. This quiet RV Park has 13 new fullyserviced

winter RV sites. Weekly and monthly

rates available. Cable and WiFi free. Open All

Year. ** Rates: Partial Service $30-$40 plus tax.

** See winter listing page 52.

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Bridge Lake

Charges may be based on either per vehicle or number of persons.

Charges may apply for additional persons.

CP POLICY: For Cancellation Policy check with property.

PETS:

For Pet Policy check with property for any rates that may be in effect.

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

South Point Resort

Tel: (250) 397-2243

www.southpointresort.ca

7405 South Canim Lake Rd., Canim Lake BC

V0K 1J0

25 campsites, 8 condos, 2 cabins and a lake

house all on over 650 ft. of beachfront on

beautiful Canim Lake. This resort has 30

amp full hookup sites available and seasonal

options for accommodations. Laundry and

showers onsite, WiFi, boat launch, rental

options for water sports, large covered areas

for family gatherings and lots of local activities

to enjoy. Open All Year. ** Rates: Serviced $44-

$49 Partial Service $38-$44 Unserviced $30

Tenting $38. ** See winter listing page 52.

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LODGING, COTTAGES & RESORTS

Evergreen Fishing Resort

1 5 5 Wrangler Way, 1 0 0 Mile House BC V0

K 2 E0

12 Log Cabins

19 RV sites

3 Tenting sites

Open From May 1st,

through Thanksgiving

250-459-2372 | efrloon@gmail.com

evergreenfishingresort.ca

southcaribootourism.ca

Cottonwood Bay Resort

Tel: (250) 593-2345

www.cottonwood-bay-resort.com

8183 Cottonwood Bay Rd., Bridge Lake BC

V0K 1E0

The resort offers motor boat, canoe, kayak and

bicycle rentals. Bridge Lake is one of the nicest

lakes in the Cariboo. It has over 20 islands,

which you can explore. Bring your fishing gear

and catch a lake trout, kokanee or rainbow.

Enjoy the wildlife and maybe a fire in the

evening. Open: May 15 – Oct 15. ** Rates: Partial

Service $30 Tenting $25.

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Canim Lake

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Canim Lake Resort

Tel: (250) 397-2355 Toll: 1-877-512-6660

www.canim.com

4454 Newall Rd., Canim Lake BC V0K 1J0

Nice lakefront resort on beautiful Canim Lake.

Grassy campsites with hookups. Lakefront log

cabins. Licensed lodge. Open: Apr – Oct. **

Rates: Serviced $50 Tenting $25.

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Kayanara Guest Ranch & Resort

Tel: (250) 397-0221

www.kayanara.com

3446 Hendrix Rd., Eagle Creek BC V0K 1L0

One of the nicest Guest Ranches in BC. Perfect

combination of ranch and lake activities.

35 mins. from 100 Mile House. Campsites,

luxurious log cabins, B&B, horse boarding.

Cabin and bed and breakfast open all year.

Open: May - Oct. ** Rates: Serviced $36-$41.

**See featured members page 40.

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Kayanara Guest Ranch & Resort

Tel: (250) 397-0221

www.kayanara.com

3446 Hendrix Rd., Eagle Creek BC V0K 1L0

One of the nicest Guest Ranches in BC.

Horseback riding, boat rental, (lots of lakes

around), wildlife viewing, biking. 35 mins. from

100 Mile House at Canim Lake. Campsites, B&B,

cabins fully-equipped, breakfast buffet. Open

All Year. ** Rates: Low Season $100-$200 High

Season $120-$220. No pets in cabin. ** See

featured members page 40.

L 3 Cabins L 2 Suites

V Z

Fawn Lake

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Fawn Lake Resort

Tel: (250) 593-4654

www.fawnlakeresort.com

6850 Fawn Lake Access Rd. #1, Lone Butte BC

V0K 1X1

4 km. off Hwy 24. Quiet wilderness setting.

Excellent fishing/birdwatching. Charming

classic/modern lakefront log cabins. Lakeshore

or treed RV/campsites. Luxurious shower,

washroom, laundry facilities. Boat, kayak,

canoe rentals. Playground with trampoline.

Deutsch/Francais. Open: May - Oct & Dec -

Mar. ** Rates: Serviced $30 Unserviced $25.

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@southcaribootourism

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Hathaway Lake

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Moosehaven Resort

Tel: (250) 593-2300 Toll: 1-888-744-2271

www.MoosehavenResort.com

7563 Pettyjohn Rd., Hathaway Lake BC V0K 1X3

Peaceful setting on stocked Hathaway

Lake. Large pull-thru RV sites. Full hookups,

30 & 50 amp. Boat launch, rentals, docks.

Charming lakefront cabins. No pets. Located

east of Lone Butte and 14 km N of Hwy 24.

Open: Apr 1 – Nov 30. ** Rates: Serviced $32-

$40 Tenting $25.

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Hixon

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Canyon Creek Campground &

RV Park

Tel: (250) 998-4384

rvpark@canyoncreekcampground.com

www.canyoncreekcampground.com

39035 Hwy 97 S., Hixon BC V0K 1S0

BC’s hidden secret. 18 acres of lush green

space. Eco trail, gold panning, Hixon Falls.

Full services. Located halfway between

Prince George and Quesnel. Perfect stop for

circle route or Alaska. Large pull-thru sites.

Laundry room. Free showers. RESERVATIONS

RECOMMENDED. Open: May 1 – Sep 30.

** Rates: Serviced $35 Partial Service $33

Unserviced $28 Tenting $28.

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Horse Lake

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Cariboo Bonanza Resort

Tel: (250) 395-3766

bonanza@bcinternet.net

www.cariboobonanza.com

6384 Watson Rd., Lone Butte BC V0K 1X3

Excellent fly-fishing. 3-D Target Archery

Course (bring bow). Lakefront housekeeping

cabins, luxury Swiss Chalet. Full hookup RV

sites, all cabins and sites with TV hookup.

Large adventure playground. WiFi available

with credit card. Golfing, horseback riding

nearby. Motorboat/Pontoon boat rental. Wir

sprechen Deutsch. Open: May - Oct. (weather

dependent) ** Rates: Serviced $34-$36

Unserviced $26.

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Lac La Hache

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Kokanee Bay Motel & RV Park

Tel: (250) 396-7345 Toll: 1-888-399-7345

www.kokaneebaycariboo.com

3728 Hwy 97, Lac La Hache BC V0K 1T1

On the lake grassy sites, paved driveway, great

for wheelchairs. Sandy beach, hunting, fishing

licenses, tackle. Restaurant across the road on

Hwy 97, 9.65 km (6 mi) N of Lac La Hache. CP

14 days. Open: May - Oct. ** Rates: Serviced

$34-$38 Unserviced $28-$31.

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Lillooet & Area

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Fraser Cove Campground &

Guest Cottage

Tel: (250) 256-0142

pmortensen65@gmail.com

www.frasercove.com

1234 Davis Rd., Lillooet BC V0K 1V0

Off Hwy 99 across Fraser River from Lillooet

at historic “Old Bridge”. Quiet, scenic sandy

beach, unique rock formations. Sturgeon

fishing, gold panning, beach tenting. Free WiFi.

Guest cottage, two bedroom, riverfront fullyequipped

private. Open: Apr 20 – Oct 10. **

Rates: Serviced $40-$45 Tenting $25.

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Loon Lake

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Evergreen Fishing Resort

Tel: (250) 459-2372

www.evergreenfishingresort.ca

1820 Loon Lake Rd., (Loon Lake) Cache Creek BC

V0K 1H1

Turn off Hwy 97 N., 22 km North of Cache

Creek onto Loon Lake Road. First resort on

beautiful Loon Lake. Serviced RV sites, flush

toilets, showers, laundry, WiFi, store, boat

rentals, launch, lakeshore log cabins. Open:

May 1 - Oct 15. ** Rates: Serviced $32 Tenting

$26. ** See ad page 42.

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LODGING, COTTAGES & RESORTS

Evergreen Fishing Resort

Tel: (250) 459-2372

efrloon@gmail.com

www.evergreenfishingresort.ca

1820 Loon Lake Rd., Loon Lake (Cache Creek) BC

V0K 1H1

Fully-furnished log cabins with deck

overlooking the lake and a private wharf.

Activities include fishing, boating, hiking or

just relaxing in a peaceful, quiet wilderness

environment. Coin laundry and store onsite.

Boat rentals available. Open: May 1 - Oct 15. **

Rates: $80-$160. No pets. ** See ad page 42.

L13 Cabins L 1 Park Model Trailer Rental

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Puntzi Lake/Chilanko Forks

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Woodlands Fishin Resort

Tel: (250) 481-0011

Seasonal Tel: (250) 800-0400 (May-Oct)

info@woodlandsfishinresort.com

www.woodlandsfishingresort.com

3964 Puntzi Lake Rd., Chilanko Forks BC

V0L 1H0

Beautiful Puntzi Lake with lakeview sites. Full

and partial hookups, firepits, picnic tables,

shower house and washrooms. Docks, great

fishing for trout and kokanee, bird watching,

ATVing, canoeing, kayaking. Boat rentals,

restaurant onsite. Two cabins for rent. Open:

May - Oct. ** Rates: Serviced $35 Partial

Service $30 Tenting $22.

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Sheridan Lake

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Loon Bay Resort

Tel: (250) 593-4431

www.loonbayresort.com

7250 Texas Rd., Sheridan Lake BC V0K 1X1

Beautiful resort along Fishing Hwy 24. Full and

partial lakefront RV sites on Sheridan Lake.

Tenting sites, 6 lakeview cabins, excellent

rainbow trout fishing, playground, dog run,

volleyball, walking distance to restaurant/

grocery store. ATV trails nearby. Open: May –

Oct. ** Rates: Serviced $38-$42 Tenting $30.

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Sheridan Lake Resort

Tel: (250) 593-4611

fish@sheridanlakeresort.com

www.sheridanlakeresort.com

7510 Magnussen Rd., Sheridan Lake (Lone Butte)

BC V0K 1X1

You will find all your holiday and fishing needs

at Sheridan Lake’s most popular resort. Two

blocks off Hwy 24. Trophy rainbow trout,

grassy RV sites, moorage, launch, tackle, boat

rentals, beach, showers, paved roads. Open:

May 1 - Oct 15. ** Rates: Serviced $33-$38.

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Super Camping/Select Lodging - Northern British Columbia

NORTHERN BRITISH COLUMBIA

Tagish

Lake Atlin

Atlin

Lake

Atlin Park

Juneau

ALASKA

USA

16

Masset

Naikoon

Park

Prince

Rupert

Queen

Charlotte

Sandspit Islands

(Haida Gwaii)

©Super Camping 2018

Gwaii Haanas

National Park

Teslin

Lake

Mt.

Edziza

Park

Port

Edward

Cassiar

Dease Lake

37

37A

Stewart

1

Terrace

16

37

Kitimat

37

Stikine River Park

Spatsizi

Plateau

Wilderness

Park

Kispiox R.

Watson

Lake

Liard R.

Park

Thutade

Lake

The Great Northern 7 Circle Tour

Northern British Columbia Region

Ft. Nelson R.

97

Maxhamish

Lake Park

77

97

Williston

Lake

Hudson's

Hope

Takla

Lake

The Hazeltons

Kitwanga Babine

Mackenzie

Seven e

Sisters Mtns. Babine

Park 1 Park Lake Trembleur

Smithers

Lake Carp Lake

Telkwa

Park

16

Burns Fort St.

Houston

Lake

Fort James

Francois Fraser 27

Morice Lake

Takysie

Lake North Lake

Vanderhoof

Tweedsmuir

Finger-Tatuk

Kitlope Heritage Park Entiako

Park

Conservancy

Park

Eutsuk Lake

Hixon

Nass R.

Nass R.

Kispiox R.

Kitimat R.

Tatlatui

Park

Skeena R.

Swan Lake

Kispiox River

Park

Babine R.

Frog-Gataga

Park

Park

Finlay-Russel

Sustut

Park

South

Tweedsmuir

Park

Muncho

Lake Park

Kwadacha

Wilderness

Chase

Park

Omineca

Park

Liard R.

Liard River

Corridor Park

Ft. Nelson R.

Northern

Rocky Mountains

Park

Redfern-Keily

Creek Park

Graham Laurier

Park

Chetwynd

Parsnip R.

97

PRINCE

GEORGE

16

97

Quesnel

Fort

Nelson

26

Beatton R.

29

97

Peace R.

Peace R.

McGregor R.

Dawson

Creek

Bijoux Falls

Park

Tumbler

Ridge

Monkman

Park

Kakwa

Park

Wells

Fort St

John

McBride

Barkerville

Bowron

Lake Park

FEATURED MEMBERS

1. Riverside Municipal Campground &

RV Park, Smithers, page 46

Visit us

online at

www.travel-british-columbia.com

Mike Seehagel

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Northern British Columbia stretches from towering Mount Robson in the east to Haida Gwaii (formerly

the Queen Charlotte Islands) in the west and is a vast wilderness of grizzly bears, pristine glaciers, ancient

totems and raw rugged beauty. This is a land where outdoor recreation is a certainty and where alpine

mountains and crystal clear lakes offer everything from helicopter skiing to salmon fishing. Visitors come

here to golf, go horseback riding, hike the many trails, experience alpine and cross-country skiing and

more. Northern British Columbia has an abundance of wildlife – some very rare including the Kermode

or spirit bear and Stone’s sheep. To experience true wilderness like no other destination, plan a trip to

Northern British Columbia.

The Great Northern Circle Tour

This spectacular road odyssey in Northern British Columbia takes you through untamed wilderness and stunning mountain

ranges unique to this immense region. Plan for eight to fourteen days of adventure on this 2,632 km (1,635 mi) trip, as you

drive on the Yellowhead (Highway 16) Northern British Columbia’s east-west corridor, north on the Stewart Cassiar (Highway

37) which cuts through the stunning Coast Mountains, and finally southeast on the legendary Alaska Highway (Highway 97) –

with its historic towns surrounded by dramatic landscape. Pristine fishing lakes and rivers, relaxing campsites and resorts, and

spontaneous wildlife encounters are highlights, with natural and historical attractions along the route.

More Information:

www.travel-british-columbia.com

Super Camping/Select Lodging - Northern British Columbia

RATES: Charges may be based on either per vehicle or number of persons.

Charges may apply for additional persons.

CP POLICY: For Cancellation Policy check with property.

PETS: For Pet Policy check with property for any rates that may be in effect.

See page 3 for symbol explanation

Burns Lake

LODGING, COTTAGES & RESORTS

Beaver Point Resort

Tel: (250) 695-6519 Toll: 1-866-648-9788

beaverpointresort@gmail.com

www.beaverpointresort.ca

16278 Hwy 35, Burns Lake BC V0J 1E0

Our rustic cabins are one room with beds

and kitchen, no bathrooms. Our modern

one bedroom cottages have fully-equipped

kitchens, queen bed, double sofa bed and

three piece bathroom. All units require linens

and towels to be provided by the customer.

Reservations are required. No pets in units.

Open: May 15 – Sep 15 ** Rates: Low Season

$50-$100 High Season $50-$180.

L 4 Cabins L 6 Cottages

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Fort Fraser

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Piper’s Glen Resort

Tel: (250) 690-7565

pipersglen@uniserve.com

www.pipersglenresort.com

14108 Hwy 16 E., Fort Fraser BC V0J 1N0

It’s just viewtiful! Overlooking Fraser Lake

with lakeview sites and cabins. Full and partial

hookups, long pull-thrus, firepits, free showers.

We have lake access, with boat dock and good

fishing with rainbow trout and char. Fraser

Mountain hiking trail close by. Located right on

Hwy 16, 140 km west of Prince George. Open:

May - Sep. ** Rates: Serviced $30-$32 Partial

Service $28-$30 Unserviced $25 Tenting $25.

** See ad same page.

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LODGING, COTTAGES & RESORTS

Piper’s Glen Resort

Tel: (250) 690-7565

pipersglen@uniserve.com

www.pipersglenresort.com

14108 Hwy 16 E., Fort Fraser BC V0J 1N0

It’s just Viewtiful! Conveniently located on Hwy

16. Cabins with kitchenettes overlooking scenic

Fraser Lake. Bedding Fee $10 or bring your

own. Open: May 1 – Oct 15. ** Rates: $50-$90.

** See ad same page.

L 7 Cabins

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McBride

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Beaverview RV Park &

Campground

Tel: (250) 569-2513

www.beaverviewpark.com

2435 Hwy 16 E., McBride BC V0J 2E0

Beautiful grass camping with majestic

mountain views. Shopping, gas and restaurants

in McBride. Hiking access to McBride Peak

trails. Long pull-thrus, hot showers, laundry,

WiFi. Easy access from Hwy 16, 2 km east of

McBride. Reservations recommended. Open:

May 1 - Sep 30. ** Rates: Partial Service $35-

$38 Tenting $22-$28.

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Super Camping/Select Lodging - Northern British Columbia

Prince George & Area

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Blue Cedars RV Park &

Campground

Tel: (250) 964-7272 Toll: 1-888-964-7271

bluecedars4433@gmail.com

http://bluecedarsrvpark.com

4433 Kimball Rd., Prince George BC V2N 5N7

Country camping in the city. Close to shopping

and wilderness. Best hiking trails start at

entrance. Coin laundry. Showers included in

rates. Large pull-thru sites. Limited winter

camping. Open All Year. ** Rates: Check

website.

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Northern Experience RV Park

Tel: (250) 963-7577

cdavis@northernexperiencerv.com

www.northernexperiencerv.com

9180 Hwy 97 S., Prince George BC V2N 6E2

Our quiet country location with big rig pullthrus,

laundry, heated showers and full service

hookups make us the perfect location to ease

into your Northern Experience and get set for

the adventure you have been planning. Dog

walk, playground, treed gazebo and storage.

Open All Year. ** Rates: Serviced $39-$42

Partial Service $33 Tenting $25.

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Smithers & Area

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Fort Telkwa Riverfront RV

Campground

Tel: (250) 846-5012

www.forttelkwa.com

11939 Hwy 16 E., Telkwa BC V0J 2X0

Sites overlook the Bulkley River with mountain

views. Free fibre optics WiFi accessible at site.

Cable TV. Free high pressure RV wash. Free

private hot showers. Coin laundry, campfires,

firewood, nature trails. Excellent steelhead

fishing location. Open: May 1 - Oct 31. ** Rates:

Serviced $35-$37. ** See front cover.

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Glacier View RV Park &

Cabin Rentals

Tel: (250) 847-3961 Toll: 1-877-847-3961

glacierviewrvpark@gmail.com

www.glacierviewrvpark.com

9028 Nouch Frontage Rd., Smithers BC V0J 2N2

Panoramic glacier views from campground

property. Modern self-contained cabin rentals

available year round. Relax and enjoy a free

shower listening to nature music. Large

handicapped accessible bathroom, dishwashing

room. Flower gardens throughout park. Totem

pole, coin laundromat. Full-service back-in and

pull-thru sites. Grass and gravel sites, some

treed sites. Open: Mid-May – Mid-Oct. ** Rates:

Serviced $26-$36.

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Kyah RV Park in Moricetown

Tel: (250) 847-2133 Toll: 1-800-881-1218

info@tourismwitset.com

www.tourismwitset.com

164 Telkwa High Rd., Moricetown BC V0J 2N1

Overlooking the beautiful Moricetown Canyon!

40 newly-renovated 30/50 amp, fully-serviced,

accessible, extra large pull-thru and back-in

sites. Free laundry, free new roll-in accessible

showers and bathrooms. Fibreoptic WiFi.

World-class salmon fishing, bird and wildlife

viewing. Museum/Interpretive Centre onsite.

20 mins. from Smithers west just off Hwy 16.

Open: May - Sep. ** Rates: Serviced $20-$35

Tenting $15.

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Riverside Municipal

Campground & RV Park

Tel: (250) 847-1649

www.smithers.ca

3843 19th Ave, Smithers BC V0J 2N0

Access from Hwy 16 via Main St. Located on

the beautiful Bulkley River, close to town,

shopping and recreation. Additional features

include flush toilets and showers, playground,

WiFi, firewood, camp kitchen, bicycle and

nature trails. 15/30 amp services. Online

reservations available. Open: May 15 – Oct 15.

** Rates: Serviced $34 Unserviced $27 Tenting

$21 Cookhouse $32. Rates subject to change.

** See featured members page 44.

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Get insider tips and tricks for

your Prince George adventure.

Stop by our Visitor Centre for

information on local eateries,

shops, cultural attractions and

accommodations. You can

even borrow a bicycle, fishing

rod, life jacket, tackle box, or

ice auger - all for free!

Five Star

Accommodation.

#101-1300 First Avenue

1-800-668-7646

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LODGING, COTTAGES & RESORTS

Glacier View RV Park &

Cabin Rentals

Tel: (250) 847-3961 Toll: 1-877-847-3961

glacierviewrvpark@gmail.com

www.glacierviewrvpark.com

9028 Nouch Frontage Rd., Smithers BC V0J 2N2

Modern cabins fully self-contained with

electric heat. Studio queen up to 2 king beds.

Sleep 2 to 6 people. Furnished, kitchen/

kitchenettes, bathroom. Choose pet-friendly

or NO pets allowed. Electric heat, covered

decks. Beautiful wood interior features vintage

décor, chrome tables. Different themed cabins,

fishing, hockey, homesteader, bear and more.

Quiet. Open All Year. ** Rates: $80-$135.

L 7 Cabins L 2 Cottages

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Terrace & Area

CAMPGROUNDS/RV PARKS

Wild Duck Motel & RV Park

Tel: (250) 638-1511 Toll: 1-866-638-1511

www.wildduckmotel-rv.com

5504 Hwy 16 W., Terrace BC V8G 0C6

Located on Hwy 16, 3 km W of Terrace.

“Cleanliness Guaranteed”. Free wireless.

Treed park, level sites, free showers. Quiet

modern guestrooms. Close to town; fishing;

boat launch and local attractions. Weekly

and monthly rates available. Open All Year. **

Rates: Serviced $35-$40.

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Where Nature is our Doorstep

Free Lakeside Municipal Camping

Visit www.fraserlake.ca

Super Camping/Select Lodging - Northern British Columbia

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• Pools • Hot Tubs • Laundromat

• WiFi • Store • Big Rig Friendly

(250) 246-2078

9010 Trans Canada Hwy

Chemainus, BC

Book online at www.htr.ca

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RV Rentals, RV Dealers & Service, RV Storage

RV Rental Agencies

Motorhomes come in all sizes and are available from a

number of RV rental outlets throughout British Columbia.

If you are flying into Vancouver or Calgary you can arrange

to be picked up at the airport and transported to the RV

depot and then you are off on your vacation. To rent an RV,

a valid driver’s license, proof of age and a passport maybe

required by rental agencies. Vehicles come with automatic

transmission, power braking and steering systems. The

typical size is 20 ft to 30 ft (6 m to 9.1 m) in length and are

much easier to drive than you would think!

RV Dealers and Service

RV Dealers throughout British Columbia not only sell

motorhomes, truck campers and trailers but also offer parts

departments for most makes of Recreational Vehicles. They

also have RV service bays for propane service to electrical

safety checks or fixing recreational vehicles.

RV Storage

Store your recreational vehicles in a safe environment

when not in use. These businesses offer outdoor RV vehicle

storage spaces that are gated, well lit, and with someone on

site during office hours.

Vancouver Island & The

Gulf Islands

Big Boys Toys Ltd.

Tel: (250) 468-1500 Toll: 1-800-492-2869

Web: www.bigboystoys.ca

1421 E. Island Hwy, Nanoose Bay BC V9P 9A3

Family-owned and operated, we are Vancouver

Island’s Jayco RV Dealer, offering service and

repairs on all makes and models, as well as a

large parts and accessories store. Our sales

department is open 7-days a week during

Spring to Fall. Our parts department is open

Monday to Saturday.

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GalaxyRV

Tel: (250) 597-2420

E-Mail: info@galaxyrv.net

Web: www.galaxyrv.net

6854 Trans Canada Hwy, Duncan BC V9L 6A2

GalaxyRV sells and services new and used

RVs. With locations in Victoria, Duncan and

Courtenay. As part of the Galaxy Motors group,

we have been a customer-focused organization

serving the Island since 1990. GalaxyRV carries

brands like Dutchmen, Forest River, Winnebago

and more!

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Vancouver Coast &

Mountains

A&H RV Rentals & Service

Tel: (604) 864-0026 Toll: 1-800-663-4199

E-Mail: bellsauto@shaw.ca

Web: www.AandHRV.com

2016 Paramount Cres., Abbotsford BC V2T 6A5

A&H RV Rentals & Service is family-owned

and operated in the Fraser Valley. We offer

year-round rentals with quality units and

competitive rates; utility trailers, tent trailers

and travel trailers. We offer full mechanical

maintenance and repairs. Located on the south

side of Hwy 1, Clearbrook Rd., Exit 87. Hours

of operation are Mon-Sat 8am-5pm. We also

rent hitches, equalizer bars, child car seats and

camping accessories.

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Service, RV Rentals & RV

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Credit Cards Accepted

Auto Mechanic

Emergency Road Service

RV Rentals

Gas Licensed Service Shop

Propane Bottle Filling

Retail Parts Store

Sani Station

Service & Repair Centre

Towing Service

Storage

O’Connor RV

Tel: (604) 792-2747 Toll: 1-877-912-3909

E-Mail: info@oconnorrv.com

Web: www.oconnorgroup.com

44430 Yale Rd., Chilliwack BC V2P 6J1

Proudly serving RVers for decades in the

Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley areas. We

have the best service techs in the business

and all fully-trained. O’Connors Parts Dept.

has over 300,000 items to choose from with

over-the-top staff to assist you. On the freeway

in beautiful Chilliwack, BC. See ya! ** See ad

page 23.

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Meridian RV Sales, Service

& Rentals

Tel: (604) 941-8635 Toll: 1-877-941-8635

E-Mail: info@meridianrv.com

Web: www.meridianrv.com

1690 Coast Meridian Rd., Port Coquitlam BC

V3C 3T8

Meridian RV is a third-generation family

business and has been proudly serving the RV

Industry since 1967. The company has been

built on service therefore customer service

is the #1 priority for the team at Meridian RV.

Over hundreds of New and Pre-Owned RV’s

to choose from with top Manufacturers such

as Keystone, Dutchmen, Forest River and

Winnebago. Also offering RV Rentals, a huge

Parts & Accessories Store and Large Service

and Repairs Department.

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Thompson Okanagan

South Thompson Motors & RV

Tel: (250) 374-4949 Toll: 1-888-871-4058

E-Mail: rv@kamloops.com

Web: www.souththompsonrv.com

2449 Trans Canada Hwy E., Kamloops BC

V2C 4A9

Family-owned and operated full service RV

centre for over 25 years. We stock a large

inventory of RV parts and accessories. We are

a proud Forest River dealer, featuring brand

names Cedar Creek, Silverback, Cottage,

Surveyor, Wildwood, Wildwood X-Lite, R.Pod,

Arctic Wolf and Alpha Wolf. We carry a wide

selection of used motorhomes, travel trailers

and 5th wheels. Come in or call our friendly

staff at South Thompson RV for all your RV

needs.

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Voyager RV Centre Ltd.

Tel: (250) 766-4607 Toll: 1-800-668-1447

E-Mail: sales@voyagerrv.ca

Web: www.voyagerrv.ca

9250 Hwy 97, (Lake Country) Winfield BC

V4V 1P9

BC Interior’s LARGEST RV Dealer since 1984!

Proud to be a JAYCO towables and motorized

Gold Circle dealer, as well as an award-winning

dealer for WINNEBAGO and WINNEBAGO

TOURING COACH motorhomes. #1 Dealer for

NORTHERN LITE truck campers. Plus we’re

the Okanagan’s exclusive GRAND DESIGN

RV dealer, featuring Solitude, Reflection,

Imagine & Transcend product lines! Also

featuring Keystone Passport ultra-lite trailers

and Keystone Fuzion & Impact Toy Haulers.

Plus the new dealer for HYMER Class B vans

and trailers, plus LANCE Travel Trailers. Over

400 new and used RVs. 16-indoor service

bays. We Service ALL Makes! Huge Parts & RV

Accessories Dept. Special RV financing. Follow

us on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

** See ad outside back cover.

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Cariboo Chilcotin Coast

Meridian RV

Tel: (250) 395-3090 Toll: 1-877-395-3090

Web: www.meridianrv.com

5430 Industrial Flats Rd., 100 Mile House BC

V0K 2E2

Meridian RV is a third-generation family

business and has been proudly serving the

RV Industry since 1967 and in 2007 opened

their second location in 100 Mile House to

offer Sales, Service, Parts and Rentals to the

BC Interior. Offering a huge selection of New

and Pre-Owned RV’s to choose from with top

manufacturers such as Keystone, Dutchmen,

Forest River and Winnebago along with a large

selection of Cargo and Equipment Trailers.

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Super Camping - Winter Camping & RVing

WINTER CAMPING & RVING

British Columbia is growing as a winter camping destination with RV Parks and campgrounds now offering year-round camping opportunities. Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands,

Vancouver, Coast and Mountains and Thompson Okanagan regions have the mildest temperatures and offer the greatest choice for winter camping in BC.

Weekly, monthly and seasonal rates are available at low season rates, with parks offering quieter RV sites in a predominantly adult environment. Many year-round RV Parks and Resorts have

a clubhouse where Snowbirds can mingle for pot luck suppers and other events. Walking trails, local attractions and other activities are usually close by.

If you are a full time RVer, why not bring your motorhome, fifth wheel or travel trailer and make British Columbia your Canadian winter camping destination of choice! The winter camping and RVing

chart highlights campgrounds and RV parks offering winter stays. The listings are organized by tourism region and refer the user to the summer listing for more information on the park and facilities.

Living Forest

Daily Winter Rates

Weekly

Monthly

Seasonal

Open All Winter

Big Rig Friendly

Full Hook-up Sites

Metered/Electricity

Rec Hall/Clubhouse

Pets Permitted

WiFi

Cable TV Onsite

Laundromat

Showers

Flush Toilets

Propane Pigs

Skirting Allowed

Bates Beach Oceanfront Resort

5726 Coral Rd., Courtenay,

See Summer listing page 8

$36-$50

Call for

details

Call for

details

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Country Maples RV Resort

9010 Trans Canada Hwy,

Chemainus,

See Summer listing page 8

Crystal Cove Beach Resort

1165 Cedarwood Pl., Tofino,

See Summer listing page 12

Living Forest Oceanside

Campground & RV

6 Maki Rd., Nanaimo,

See Summer listing page 10

Mountainaire Campground

& RV Park

1094 Spruston Rd., Nanaimo,

See Summer listing page 10

$44 4 $550 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

$40-$55 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

4 4 4

Shoulder

rates

available,

call for

details

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Oceanside - A Parkbridge

Camping & RV Resort

3000 Stautw Rd., Saanichton

(Victoria),

See Summer listing page 13

$44

$780-

$900

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Pacific Playgrounds Resort &

Marina

9082 Clarkson Ave,

Black Creek,

See Summer listing page 9

$25-$35 4

$450-

$630

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Port Hardy RV Resort

8080 Goodspped Rd., Port Hardy,

See Summer listing page 11

Qualicum Bay Resort

5970 Island Hwy W.,

Qualicum Bay,

See Summer listing page 11

$40 $180 $485 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

$36-38 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Rondalyn - A Parkbridge

Camping & RV Resort

1350 Timberlands Rd., Ladysmith,

See Summer listing page 10

$28-$40

plus tax

$170-

$238

plus tax

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Salish Seaside RV Haven

445 Head St., Victoria,

See Summer listing page 14

Call

for

details

Call

for

details

Call

for

details

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Salmon Point Resort RV Park &

Marina

2176 Salmon Point Rd.,

Campbell River,

See Summer listing page 8

4 4 4

Shoulder

rates

available,

call for

details

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

TeePee Park Campground

Kimorely Rd., Comox,

See Summer Listing page 9

Check

website

for rates

4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Thunderbird RV Park & Resort

2660 Spit Rd.,

Campbell River,

See Summer listing page 8

$35 $210

$525-

$565

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Call

for

details

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Wood Lake

Daily Winter Rates

Weekly

Monthly

Seasonal

Burnaby Cariboo RV Park

8765 Cariboo Pl., Burnaby,

See Summer listing page 20 $45-69 $209-$214 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Camperland RV Resort at

Rosedale

53730 Bridal Falls Rd., Rosedale,

See Summer listing page 17

$525 +

hydro

Open All Winter

Big Rig Friendly

Full Hook-up Sites

Metered/Electricity

Rec Hall/Clubhouse

Pets Permitted

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

WiFi

Cable TV Onsite

Laundromat

Showers

Flush Toilets

Propane Pigs

Skirting Allowed

Super Camping - Winter Camping & RVing

Capilano River RV Park

295 Tomahawk Ave,

West Vancouver,

See Summer listing page 20

$44-$60

$285-

$350

$800-

$900

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Coquihalla Campground

800 Kawkawa Lake Rd., Hope,

See Summer listing page 18 $32-$47 $550 4 4 4 4 4 4

Eagle Wind RV Park

26920 52nd Ave, Aldergrove,

See Summer listing page 17 $42

Call for

details

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Fort Camping

9451 Glover Rd., Ft. Langley,

See Summer listing page 19 $35-$45

Call for

details

Call for

details

Call for

details

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Riverside (Whistler) - A

Parkbridge Camping & RV Resort

8018 Mons Rd., Whistler,

See Summer listing page 21

Check

website

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Sunshine Valley RV Resort &

Cabins

14850 Alpine Blvd.,

(Sunshine Valley) Hope,

See Summer listing page 18

$46 4 $525 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Gallagher Lake - A Parkbridge

Camping & RV Resort

8439 Hwy 97, Oliver,

See Summer listing page 31

$39

$565-

$595

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Kamloops Riverview RV Park

4395 Trans Canada Hwy E.,

Kamloops,

See Summer listing page 28

$40-$45 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Lakeside Resort

6707 Lakeside Dr., Oliver,

See Summer listing page 31 $30

$450-

$550 +

hydro

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Moonshadows RV Park &

Campground

945 Neilson St., Merritt,

See Summer listing page 30

$23-$38 $40/night

$33/

night

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Nk’MIP (Inkameep) Campground

& RV Park

8000 45th St., Osoyoos,

See Summer listing page 31

$35 4

$500 +

hydro

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Sunnyside Heights RV Park

1440 Ord Rd., Kamloops,

See Summer listing page 28 $40-$45 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

The Orchard RV Retreat

4391 Eyles Rd., Oyama,

See Summer listing page 29 $40-$60 $250

$450

metered

electricity

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Wood Lake RV Park & Marina

2930 Woodsdale Rd.,

Lake Country,

See Summer listing page 29

Call

for

details

Call

for

details

4 4 4 4 4 4

Wright’s Beach Camp

4200 Skaha Lake Rd., Penticton,

See Summer listing page 31 $34-$36

$433.50/

15 days $660 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

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Super Camping - Winter Camping & RVing

Fernie RV Resort

2001 6th Ave, Fernie,

See Summer listing page 36

Fort Steele Resort & RV Park

10 Wardner Rd., Fort Steele,

See Summer listing page 37

Golden Golf Club RV Park

576 Golf Dr., Golden,

See Summer listing page 37

Fernie RV Resort

Daily Winter Rates

Weekly

Monthly

Seasonal

Open All Winter

Big Rig Friendly

Full Hook-up Sites

$35-$65 $750 $3,500 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

$45-$50 $270

$20

$125+

taxes

$600 +

hydro

$425 +

taxes

Metered/Electricity

Rec Hall/Clubhouse

Pets Permitted

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

4 4 4 4 4

WiFi

Cable TV Onsite

Laundromat

Showers

Flush Toilets

Propane Pigs

Skirting Allowed

100 Mile Motel & RV Park

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Super Camping / Select Lodging - Index to Communities

Index to Communities

The following is designed to facilitate quick reference to listings in specific towns/locations. To locate these listings go the page

number identified below and refer to the address line within the listing. RV rentals, dealerships and services are identified by a o.

70 Mile House ...........................................................42

100 Mile House ...........................................42, , 52

Abbotsford ....................................................17, , 51

Aldergrove ...........................................................17, 51

Ancala ..........................................................................7

Anmore (Port Moody) .............................................20

Apex Mountain .........................................................26

Armstrong .................................................................26

Ashcroft......................................................................26

Balfour .......................................................................35

Bamfield .......................................................................7

Barriere ......................................................................28

Black Creek ............................................................9, 50

Blind Bay....................................................................32

Blue River ..................................................................26

Bowser ..........................................................................7

Bridge Lake ................................................................42

Burnaby ................................................................20, 51

Burns Lake .................................................................45

Burton ........................................................................35

Cache Creek ..............................................................43

Campbell River .................................................7, 8, 50

Canim Lake .........................................................42, 52

Castlegar ..............................................................35, 36

Chemainus.............................................................8, 50

Chilanko Forks .........................................................43

Chilliwack ...............................................17, 18, , 51

Christina Lake ...........................................................26

Clearwater .................................................................27

Comox ................................................................8, 9, 50

Courtenay ..........................................................8, 9, 50

Cranbrook .................................................................36

Creston .......................................................................36

Cultus Lake ..........................................................17, 18

Cumberland ................................................................8

Deep Bay ......................................................................7

Donald .......................................................................37

Duncan ................................................................. 9,

Eagle Creek ................................................................42

Elkford .......................................................................39

Enderby ......................................................................27

Erickson .....................................................................36

Fairmont Hot Springs ..............................................36

Face Lake ...................................................................30

Fanny Bay ................................................................8, 9

Fawn Lake ..................................................................42

Fernie ...................................................................36, 52

Field ............................................................................36

Fort Fraser .................................................................45

Fort Langley ........................................................19, 51

Fort Steele ............................................................37, 52

Gabriola Island ..........................................................10

Gold River ...................................................................9

Golden .......................................................... 36, 37, 52

Grand Forks ..............................................................27

Harrison Hot Springs ...............................................18

Harrison Mills ...........................................................18

Hathaway Lake ..........................................................43

Heffley Lake ............................................................... 28

Hixon ......................................................................... 43

Hope ...............................................................18, 19, 51

Hornby Island ........................................................... 10

Horse Lake ................................................................. 43

Kamloops ................................................28, 29, , 51

Kaslo ........................................................................... 37

Kelowna ...............................................................29, 30

Keremeos ................................................................... 30

Kimberley .................................................................. 37

Knight Inlet ............................................................... 10

Knutsford ................................................................... 28

Kootenay National Park ........................................... 38

Lac La Hache ............................................................. 43

Ladysmith ............................................................10, 50

Lake Country ................................................ 29, ,51

Lang Bay ..............................................................22, 23

Langley .................................................................19, 51

Lillooet ....................................................................... 43

Logan Lake ................................................................ 30

Lone Butte ...........................................................42, 43

Loon Lake .................................................................. 43

Lund ........................................................................... 23

Lytton ......................................................................... 30

Malahat ...................................................................... 13

Manning Park .....................................................18, 19

McBride ..................................................................... 45

McLure ....................................................................... 28

Merritt ............................................................28, 30, 51

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Metchosin ........................13

Minstrel Island ................10

Moricetown .....................46

Nakusp .............................38

Nanaimo ..........................10, 11, 50

Nanoose Bay ....................11,

Nelson ..............................35

Oliver................................30, 31, 51

Osoyoos ...........................31, 51

Oyama ..............................29, 51

Parksville ..........................11

Peachland.........................31

Pender Island ..................11

Penticton ..........................31, 32, 51

Pinantan Lake .................28, 29

Port Alberni.....................11

Port Coquitlam ...............

Port Hardy .......................11, 50

Port Moody .....................20

Powell River .....................22, 23

Prince George .................46

Princeton .........................32

Puntzi Lake ......................43

Qualicum Bay .................11, 12, 50

Qualicum Beach .............11

Radium Hot Springs .......38

Revelstoke ........................38, 39

Rock Creek ......................32

Rosedale ...........................17, 18, 51

Saanichton .......................13, 50

Salmon Arm ....................32

Sheridan Lake..................43

Shuswap ...........................32

Sidney & Sidney Island ..12

Skookumchuck ...............39

Slocan ...............................39

Smithers ...........................46, 47

Sorrento ...........................33

Spences Bridge ................30

Squamish .........................19

Summerland ....................31, 32

Sun Peaks .........................28

Sunshine Valley ...............18, 19, 51

Surrey ...............................20, 21

Tahsis ................................9

Telegraph Cove ...............12

Telkwa ..............................46

Terrace .............................47

Tofino ...............................12, 50

Tsawwassen .....................20

Ucluelet ............................12, 13

Valemount .......................33

Vancouver Area ..............20, 21, 51

Vernon .............................29, 33

Victoria ............................13, 14, 50

Watch Lake ......................42

Wells Gray .......................27

Westbank .........................29, 30

West Vancouver ..............20, 51

Whistler ...........................21, 22, 51

Winfield ...........................29, , 51

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Super Camping / Select Lodging - Provincial Map

BRITISH COLUMBIA MAP

Tatshenshini-Alsek

Park

Skagway

2

Tagish

Lake

Juneau

Atlin

Park

7

Atlin

Atlin

Lake

ALASKA

USA

To

Mayo, Yukon

Teslin

Lake

Teslin River

Nahlin River

Stikine River

Mt.

Edziza

Park

Dease Lake

37

1

Cassiar

37

Liard River

Stikine River Park

Nass River

Watson

Lake

Spatsizi

Plateau

Wilderness

Park

Tatlatui

Park

YUKON

TERRITORIES

97

Liard River

Frog-Gataga

Park

Finlay-Russel

Park

Liard River

Corridor Park

Muncho Lake

Park

Kwadacha

Wilderness

Park

Northern

Rocky Mountains

Park

Liard River

Redfern-Keily

Creek Park

Maxhamish

Lake Park

97

7

77

Fort Nelson River

97

Fort

Nelson

NORTHWEST

TERRITORIES

Beatton River

Thutade

Lake

Skeena River

16

Masset

Naikoon

Park

Queen

Charlotte

Sandspit Islands

(Haida Gwaii)

Gwaii

Haanas

National

Park

Prince

Rupert

Port

Edward

37A

Stewart

Khutzeymateen

Park

16

Gitnadoix

River RA

Kitimat

Klemtu

Hakai

Queen Conservation

Area

Charlotte

Sound

Pacific Ocean

Quatsino

Sound

Nass River

Bella Bella

Cape Scott

Park

37

Swan Lake

Kispiox River

Park

Nisga’a Mem.

Lava Bed Park

Kispiox River

16

37

Terrace

37

Kitimat River

Fiordland

RA

Port Hardy

Port

Alice

Brooks

Peninsula

Park

Kitwanga

Seven

Sisters

Park

Morice

Lake

Kitlope

Heritage

Conservancy

Shearwater

Port

McNeill

Nimpkish

Lake Park

Tahsish-

Kwois Park

Nootka

Sound

The

Hazeltons

Smithers

Telkwa

Telkwa River

Whitesail

Lake

Babine River

Babine

Mountains

Park

16

Houston

Bella

Coola

Ootsa

Lake

North

Tweedsmuir

Park

Eutsuk Lake

Hagensborg

Sustut

Park

Babine

Lake

Francois

Lake

South

Tweedsmuir

Park

Takla

Lake

Mount

Blanchet

Park

Rubyrock

Lake Park

35

Entiako

Park

Klinaklini R.

16

Chase

Park

Itcha

Ilgachuz Park

Omineca

Park

Trembleur

Lake

Stuart

Lake

Knewstubb

Lake

20

Williston

Lake

27

Stuart River

Park

Finger-Tatuk Park

Kluskoil

Lake Park

Graham Laurier

Park

Carp Lake

Park

Blackwater River

Butler Ridge

Park

Hudson's 29

Hope

Parsnip River

97

PRINCE

GEORGE

97

26

97

McLeese

Lake

Fraser River

Quesnel River

Chetwynd

Arctic Pacific

Lakes Park

16

97

Likely

Quesnel

Lake

97

Dawson

Creek 2

Owikeno

Nunsti

Lake

Park

Canim Lake

100 Mile House

Lone

23

B

Butte Sheridan

Clearwater

Yoho Na

Lake

National P

24 Little Fort

Churn Creek

Adams

Park 93

Big Creek

70 Mile House Chilko Ts’yl-os

Park

Bridge

Lake

Mt.

5

1

Kootenay

Park

Lake Park

Marble

Lake

Lake Revelstoke Golden

National

Range

Shuswap Revelstoke

National

Glacier

Park

Edge Hills Park

Barrière Lake

Park

Knight

S. Chilcotin

National

Parson

Park Clinton

Inlet

Mtn. Park

McLure

Park

Carpenter

Sun

Celista

Gold Bridge

Heffley Scotch

Lake 99

Cache

Revelstoke

Creek Peaks

Creek

Bute

Downton L.

Creek

Blind Bay

Kamloops

Sicamous

Bugaboo Brisco

Pinantan Sorrento

Inlet

Birkenhead

Lake

Mabel

Park

Telegraph

Lake Park Lillooet

Lake

Ashcroft Savona

Chase

Mara Lake

Radium

Cove

1

Sayward

D’Arcy

KAMLOOPS

Salmon

Upper

Hot Spr

12

19

97C Knutsford

Arm Enderby

Monashee

Arrow

Invermer

Toba Inlet

Monte

99

5A

97

Lake

Spences

Park

31

Heriot

Pemberton

Logan

Lake

Armstrong

Nakusp Duncan

Stein Bridge

Silver Star Mtn. 23

Lake Colu

Campbell Bay

Lake

Hot Springs

Valley

Douglas

8

L

Zeballos

Whaletown

Jervis

Park

Goat Range Purcell

River

Whistler

Lake Vernon

Nakusp

Tahsis

Okanagan

Lund

Lytton

Lumby Cherryville

Inlet

Slocan

Park Wilderness

Quathiaski

Lake

28

Garibaldi

6

Lake 31A Conservancy

Gold

Cove

Merritt Quilchena

Oyama

Black

Powell River 99

Winfield

River

Creek

Park

Burton Silverton

19A 101

Tantalus

97C

KELOWNA

Kaslo

Skoo

Valhalla

Hesquiat Courtenay

6

Park

Peninsula

Harrison 1

33

Park

Kokanee

Comox

Egmont Garibaldi

Westbank

Ainsworth

Garden

Heights

Hot Springs

Texada

Granby

Glacier

Ki

Cumberland

Park

Royston Bay

Lake

Strathcona

5A Peachland

Slocan

Kootenay Bay

Fanny

Island Madeira Park Squamish

Okanagan Park

Park Lower Winlaw Park Crawford Bay

Park Clayoquot Bay

Sechelt

Harrison 5 Summerland

Arrow

3A

Plateau

Deep Bay

Qualicum Beach

Hot

Naramata

Apex

Lake

Nelson

Cra

Vargas Park

Bowser

Mountain 97

Gladstone

Kootenay

Island Park

Coombs Parksville

Gibsons

Springs

Princeton

Penticton

See

COQUITLAM

Hope

Park

Boswell

Lake

6

Tofino 4 Port

Nanoose Bay

Sunshine

Kaleden

Castlegar

Agassiz Inset

Errington

3A

Christinaina

Agassiz Valley

Hedley

Okanagan Falls

Alberni

7

3

3

Lake

Creston

Long

Gabriola I.

NANAIMO

VANCOUVER

Bridal Falls

Oliver Rock

Trail

Salmo

3

3

Beach

Manning Cathedral

Greenwood

Ucluelet

Lake

Thetis I.

Rosedale

Creek

Christina

Fruitvale

Eric

Mission

Park

Park Osoyoosoos

Barkley

Ladysmith

Lake Rossland

Cowichan

Galiano I.

Sound Broken

Chemainus

Midway

Grand

Bamfield

Salt

5

Islands

9

1

Forks

Lake Cowichan Spring

31

Park

395

West

I.

Carmanah- Duncan Pender I.

Coast

Bellingham

Trail

Port

Walbran

Mill Bay Sidney

Renfrew

Park

Malahat Saanichton

20

Juan de 14

20

VICTORIA

20

Fuca Park

97

Sooke

20

Pacific Rim National Park

Burns

Lake

Takysie

Lake

Anahim Lake

Nimpo Lake

Fort

Fraser

Vanderhoof

Fort St.

James

Puntzi Lake

Alexis

Creek

Hixon

Quesnel

Williams

Lake

Fraser R.

Wells

Barkerville

Peace River

Pine Le

Moray Park Gwillim Lake

Park

Mackenzie

52

Bijoux Falls

39 Park

29

summer only

Monkman

Park

McGregor River

Fraser River

Horsefly

Lac la

Hache

Bowron

Lake Park

Eagle

Creek

Fort St

John

Tumbler

Ridge

Horsefly

Lake

Canim

Lake

Kakwa

Park

McBride

McBride

Wells Gray

Park

Murtle

Lake

43

Valemount

5

Grande

Prairie

Blue

River

16

Mount

Robson

Park

Jasper

National

Park

34

Jasper

Kinbasket

Lake

Jasper

National

Park

93

Columbia R.

43

AL

Koo

Port

Angeles

5

WASHINGTON

USA

97

395

2

95

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