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camping, RVing or driving on your vacation in British Columbia and Alberta.

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PLACES

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• Private Campgrounds & RV Parks

• BC & Alberta

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• National Parks

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PRINT GUIDE

2021/2022

PLACES TO CAMP & STAY

Super Camping & Select Lodging

4 Vancouver Island & the Gulf Islands

14 Vancouver, Coast & Mountains

24 Thompson Okanagan

34 Kootenay Rockies

40 Cariboo Chilcotin Coast

44 Northern British Columbia

48 Alberta

53 Winter Camping & RVing

OF INTEREST

2 How to Use this Guide

2 Explanation of Camping & Lodging Symbols

3 Travel Tips

51 RV Rentals, RV Dealers, Service & RV Storage

56 Index to Communities

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.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/

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Barney’s Lakeside Resort

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Vancouver Island

& the Gulf Islands

Thompson

Okanagan

Cariboo

Chilcotin Coast

Alberta

Nakusp Hot Springs Manning Park Resort

Fort Telkwa

AppleBeach

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44

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Vancouver

Coast &

Mountains

Kootenay

Rockies

Kootenay Rockies

Northern

British

Columbia

Winter

Camping

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Super Camping / Select Lodging - How to Use This Guide

HOW TO USE THIS GUIDE

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 and Alberta. It features information

on private campgrounds, RV Parks and lodging establishments that are members of the BC Lodging

and Campgrounds Association; Parks & Campground Owners’ Association of Alberta; Parks Canada

campgrounds; RV dealers in BC who offer services and supplies and RV rental companies.

LAYOUT

The guide is divided into three sections,

organized by the six British Columbia

tourism regions, and includes a new Alberta

tourism region.

Section 1

Super Camping and Select Lodging listings,

Pages 4 – 50, appear under their community

and are arranged in alphabetical order. Each

listing has a number that corresponds with

the same number on the BC pullout map.

Search for Campgrounds and RV Parks Icon

Look for Lodging, Cottages & Resorts Icon

Section 2

RV dealers, RV rental companies and RV

services are located on pages 51-52.

Section 3

Winter Camping & RVing are listed on pages

53 - 55. These facilities are open year-round,

offering campsites on a daily, weekly and/or

monthly basis from November 1 – March 31

(winter season).

Maps

A BC pullout map is located in the centre of

the guide. All Super Camping/Select Lodging

listed properties are identified on the map

by a red numbered dot and cross-referenced

under their tourism region with the relevant

page numbers where you can find the

detailed listing. Where there are several

properties in one community, they are all

identified by the same red numbered dot.

The separate Alberta map on page 48 also

identifies the location of listed properties in

that province.

SEE INDEX ON PAGE 56 FOR A

COMPLETE LIST OF COMMUNITIES

RATES INFORMATION

The guide features 2021 rates. In rare cases

where they are unavailable, 2020 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 (Municipal

Regional District Tax (MRDT)) 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 their cancellation and refund policy.

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CANCELLATION, REFUND & PET

POLICIES

In most instances, businesses have cancellation

and pet 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.

CAMPING & RV SYMBOLS

Handy icon symbols provide specific

information on facilities found at, or

immediately adjacent to, each campground, RV

Park, RV dealer or rental agency. A complete list

of symbols is provided below.

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 below.

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

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EXPLANATION OF CAMPING & LODGING SYMBOLS

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• Total Campsites

• Nombre total de sites

• Anzahl von Einzelplätzen

• Big Rig Friendly

• Big Rig Friendly

• Big Rig Friendly

• Electrical outlets on site

• Prises de courant sur le site

• Individueller Stromanschluss

• Water outlets on site

• Prises d’eau sur le site

• Individueller Wasseranschluss

• Sewer outlets on site

• Conduites d’égoûts sur le site

• Individueller Abwasseranschluss

• Tenting area

• Terrain pour les tentes

• Sonderplatz für Zelte

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• Pull-thru sites

• Sites à entrée directe pour roulottes

• Durchfahrbare Einzelplätze

• Handicap facilities

• Installations pour les personnes handicapées

• Einrichtungen für Körperbehinderte

• Sani-station

• Stations sanitaires

• Abwasserstation

• Flush toilets

• Toilettes avec chasse d’eau

• Toiletten mit Wasserspülung

• Showers

• Douches

• Duschen

• Pets permitted

• Animaux familiers acceptés

• Haustiere zugelassen

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• Beach/natural swimming

• Plage/site naturel de baignade

• Strand/Natürliche Schwimmgelegenheit

• Outdoor pool

• Piscine extérieure

• Freibad

• Indoor pool

• Piscine intérieure

• Hallenbad

• Convenience store

• Dépanneur

• Allgemeinbedarfs lebensmittelgeschäft

• Laundromat

• Buanderie

• Waschautomaten

• Marina

• Marina

• Jachthafen

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• Boat launch

• Rampe de mise à l’eau

• Bootsrampe

• Fishing

• Pêche

• Angeln

• WiFi

• WiFi

• WiFi

• Seasonal Camping

• Camping d’été

• Sommer Camping

• Motorcycle friendly

• moto amical

• Motorrad freundlich

• Kitchenette

• Kitchenette

• Kitchenette


TRAVEL TIPS

COVID PANDEMIC AND CAMPING

Campgrounds, RV parks and lodgings in

British Columbia are open in the summer

during COVID. Many operate with a Code of

Conduct and all have strict hygiene measures

in place. Some services and facilities maybe

restricted or not available. For information

visit https://www.travel-british-columbia.com/

travel-resources/covid-19-news-and-faqs/ and

check with individual properties for their latest

information.

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 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 at https://www.

consumerprotectionbc.ca/. Lastly, you can share

your experience with other consumers via a

review of the business on the popular peer-topeer

review sites such as TripAdvisor.

MOBILE CELL PHONES &

DISTRACTED DRIVING

It is against the law to drive while using

any handheld electronic device. For more

information, visit https://www.icbc.com/

road-safety/crashes-happen/Distracteddriving/Pages/default.aspx

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 while under the influence

of alcohol and drugs. For alcohol or drug

impaired driving sobriety tests, prohibitions,

suspensions and implications visit https://

www.icbc.com/road-safety/crashes-happen/

impaired-driving/Pages/Default.aspx and

https://www.icbc.com/road-safety/crasheshappen/drug-impaired/Pages/default.aspx

ROAD CONDITIONS

For information on road conditions 24-hours

a day check the Drive BC website at

www.drivebc.ca

TOWING AN RV

For information on towing an RV in BC

including the driving licence required visit

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

aspx

SEWAGE DISPOSAL

For a list of places to dump go to

https://www.sanidumps.com

FERRIES

For information on BC Ferries schedules,

rates and vehicle reservations visit

www.bcferries.com

Inland ferries, operated by the Ministry of

Transportation, cross lakes and rivers around

the province. Visit http://www2.gov.bc.ca/

gov/content/transportation/passenger-travel/

water-travel/inland-ferries for details.

MUNICIPAL AND REGIONAL

DISTRICT TAX (MRDT)

A Municipal and Regional District Tax of

up to 2% and in some cases 3% is charged in

provincially approved municipalities by hotels,

motels, and other roofed accommodations.

The additional MRDT is only charged on

short-term room rentals and does not apply to

overnight campsite rentals.

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.

CAMPFIRES & FIREWOOD

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 facility where you are staying and

observe local burning regulations. Please

do not move firewood from one location to

another as it can spread pests and disease.

For more information visit https://www2.gov.

bc.ca/gov/content/safety/wildfire-status/firebans-and-restrictions

CAMPFIRE BANS

For information before you travel, https://

www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/safety/wildfirestatus/fire-bans-and-restrictions

FOREST FIRES

If you spot a forest fire while travelling in

British Columbia, call 1-800-663-5555,

or *5555 on your cell phone. For more

information, go to https://www2.gov.bc.ca/

gov/content/safety/wildfire-status/contactchannels/report-a-wildfire

Please visit www.travel-british-columbia.com

for more travel resource information.

Super Camping/Select / Lodging - -Travel Alberta Tips

BORDER CROSSINGS /CANADA

CUSTOMS

The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA)

is responsible for border access, services and

security. For traveller information go to their

website at http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/menueng.html

SEAT BELTS AND HELMETS

British Columbia law requires that all drivers

and passengers use seat belts while driving or

riding in a motor vehicle. For more details,

visit www.icbc.com/road-safety. Helmets are

required by all bicyclists and motorcyclists.

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.

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.

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

VANCOUVER ISLAND & THE GULF ISLANDS

Cape Scott

Park

Quatsino

Sound

Ts’yl-os

Knight

Park

Port

Inlet

Hardy

Port

Bute

Inlet

Port McNeill

Telegraph

Alice

Nimpkish Cove Sayward

Lake Park

Brooks 19

Tahsish-

Toba Inlet

Peninsula Kwois Park

Heriot

Park

Campbell Bay

Zeballos

Whaletown

River

Jervis Whistler

Tahsis

Quathiaski

Lund

Inlet

Gold 28

Black Cove

Powell River

River

Creek

Tantalus

Strathcona 19A 101

Park

Hesquiat Park Courtenay

Comox Garden Egmont

Nootka Peninsula

Bay

Sound Park

Cumberland Royston

Squamish

Texada I.

Fanny Bay

Maquinna

Madeira Park Sechelt

Clayoquot

Park Vargas

Plateau

Deep Bay Qualicum Beach Gibsons

Bowser

Clayoquot Island Park

Park

Coombs

Parksville VANCOUVER

Sound Tofino

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Port Errington Nanoose Bay

Alberni

Gabriola I.

NANAIMO

Ucluelet

Ladysmith Thetis I.

Barkley

Lake

Galiano I.

Sound Broken Cowichan Chemainus

Islands Bamfield

Lake

Salt

1 Spring

Park West

Cowichan

I.

Coast Carmanah- Duncan Sidney

Port

Walbran

Renfrew

Mill Bay

Saanichton

Park

Malahat

Juan de 14

Fuca Park

Sooke VICTORIA

Pacific Rim National Park

Port Angeles

Bowser/Deep Bay

Campbell River & Area

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.

See page 2 for symbol explanation

BC Map Numbers 1 – 16

Deep Bay RV Park 13

Tel: (250) 757-8424

www.deepbayrvpark.com

5315 Deep Bay Dr., Bowser BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $44-$51 Partial Service

$37 Unserviced $37. Open: May 1 - Sep 30.

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Brown’s Bay Resort 16

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

www.brownsbayresort.com

15021 Brown’s Bay Rd., Campbell River BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $55-$65 Unserviced/

Tenting $40. Open: Apr 1 - Oct 31.

Lodging Rates: Low Season $159-$329

High Season $229-$429. Open All Year.

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Salmon Point Resort RV Park & Marina 15

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

www.salmonpoint.com

2176 Salmon Point Rd., Campbell River BC

See winter listing page 54

Oceanfront and oceanview RV sites, cabins, rental RVs, midway between

Courtenay and Campbell River. Spectacular views of Coastal Mountains.

Unforgettable sunrises and sunsets. Boat launch, marina, camp store.

Come experience why our guests return year after year.

Camping Rates: Serviced $54-$65 Tenting $43-$54 (unserviced only).

Open All Year.

Lodging Rates: Low Season $97-$179 High Season $158-$269.

Open All Year.

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L 4

Driftwood By The Sea Inn and 16

RV Resort

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

www.driftwoodbythesea.com

170 South Island Hwy, Campbell River BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $40-$45. Open All Year.

Lodging Rates: Low Season $120 High Season $138.

Open All Year.

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Thunderbird RV Park & Resort 16

Tel: (250) 286-3344

www.thunderbirdrvpark.com

2660 Spit Rd., Campbell River BC

See winter listing page 54

Join us for relaxing year-round accommodation. Beautiful ocean, river

estuary and mountain views. Short walking distance to town and great

walking and bike path along the ocean. Four charming new luxury

cottages each with private hot tubs for you.

Camping Rates: Serviced $45-$50. Open All Year.

Lodging Rates: Low Season $168-$198 High Season $214-$308.

Open All Year.

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Chemainus & Area

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Chemainus River Campgrounds 8

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

www.chemainusrivercampground.com

8682 Trans Canada Hwy, Chemainus BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $45-$60 Tenting $35-$45.

Rates subject to change. Open All Year. Selfcontained

units only in Winter.

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Country Maples RV Resort 8

Tel: (250) 246-2078

www.holidaytrailsresorts.com

9010 Trans Canada Hwy, Chemainus BC

See winter listing page 53 and ad same page

River, heated pool, games, clubhouse, banquets, laundromat, meetings,

mini golf, dog run, WiFi, activities, ocean, island, RV, camping, trailers

and motorhomes.

Camping Rates: Serviced from $59 Tenting from $39. Open All Year.

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Coombs

Courtenay/Fanny Bay & Area

Bates Beach Oceanfront Resort 14

Tel: (250) 334-4154

www.batesbeach.bc.ca

5726 Coral Rd., Courtenay BC

See winter listing page 53

Oceanfront Camping overlooking the Inside Passage to Alaska, the

Salish Sea and Coast Mountains. Resort is adjacent to 1,140 acre naturepark

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, playground, horseshoe pitch

and boat launch.

Camping Rates: Serviced $40-$60 Partial Service $40-$50 Unserviced

$35. Open All Year.

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Lighthouse RV Park 13

Tel: (250) 335-1667

www.vancouverislandrv.ca

8256 Island Hwy S., Fanny Bay BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $45-$65. Open All Year.

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

Coombs Country Campground 11

Tel: (250) 248-9371

www.coombscampground.com

2619 Alberni Hwy, Coombs BC

See winter listing page 53

Come enjoy beautiful lakeside or shaded forest sites at our friendly

family-first campground. Pristine lake, heated pool, forest trails, kid’s

playground, dog park and general store. Clean washrooms and hot

showers. 5 mins from Parksville/Qualicum enroute to Tofino #OldFashionedCampingOnVancouverIsland.

Camping Rates: Serviced $40-$90 Tenting $35-$70. Rates subject to

change. Open All Year.

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Pacific Playgrounds Resort 15

& Marina

Tel: (250) 337-5600

www.pacificplaygrounds.com

9082 Clarkson Ave, Black Creek BC

See winter listing page 53

Camping Rates: Serviced $50-$65 Tenting $40.

Open All Year.

Lodging Rates: Low Season $140-$150 High Season $240-$250.

Open All Year.

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Pools • Laundromat • WiFi

Store • Big Rig Friendly

Book at www.htr.ca (250) 246-2078

9010 Trans Canada Hwy, Chemainus, BC

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Duncan & Area

Riverside Campground & Cabins 8

Tel: (250) 746-4352

www.riversidecampingduncan.com

#1 – 3065 Allenby Rd., Duncan BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $30 Partial Service $30

Unserviced $22. Open: May 1 - Oct 1.

Open all year for self-contained RVs.

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Hornby Island

Bradsdadsland Campsite 13

Tel: (250) 335-0757

www.bradsdadsland.com

2105 Shingle Spit Rd., Hornby Island BC

See winter listing page 53

We offer spacious unique and private campsites. Each site has its own

unique qualities and charm. Come and visit this beautiful island located

off of Vancouver Island easily accessible by ferry. Early reservations a

must from late June to early September. Great seniors discount in the

off-season. Phone reservations only. Weekly rates, 7th night free.

Camping Rates: Serviced $50.95-$66.95 Partial Service $46.50-$68

(power/water) Unserviced $42-$63.50. Open All Year for selfcontained

RVs.

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Tribune Bay Campsite 13

Tel: (250) 335-2359

www.tribunebay.com

5200 Shields Rd., Hornby Island BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $45 Unserviced

backpackers $35 Tenting $40. Open: Jun 15 - Sep 15.

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Kyuquot (Fair Harbour)

Fair Harbour Marina & 3

Campground

Tel: (250) 483-3382 Toll: 1-844-466-9453

www.fairharbourbc.com

#1 Fair Harbour Forest Rd., Fair Harbour BC

See ad same page

Camping Rates: Unserviced $10-$25. Open All Year.

Lodging Rates: $180-$260. Open All Year.

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Nanaimo & Area (incl. Gabriola Island)

Brannen Lake RV Park & Campsite 10

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

www.brannenlake.com

4220 Biggs Rd., Nanaimo BC

The perfect destination for family camping! Spend your day boating or

soaking up the sun on our private sandy beach. Hop on bike or enjoy

a walk through the old growth forest. Large, private, sunny or wooded

sites. Paradise awaits!

Camping Rates: Serviced $41 Partial Service $39

Unserviced/Tenting $30. Open: May 15 - Oct 15.

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Descanso Bay Regional Park 9

Tel: (250) 247-8255

www.rdn.bc.ca/rdn-camping

595 Taylor Bay Rd, Gabriola Island, BC

Camping Rates: Low Season $10

High Season $23. See website for reservations and

CP Policy. Open All Year.

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FAIR HARBOUR

—MARINA AND CAMPGROUND—

CABINS - FISHING - KAYAKING

FAIRHARBOURBC.COM

FAIRHARBOURMARINA@GMAIL.COM • 250.483.3382


Jinglepot RV Park & Campgrounds 10

Tel: (250) 758-1614

www.jinglepotrv.ca

4012 Jingle Pot Rd., Nanaimo BC

Enjoy time amid rock gardens, fragrant blooms, fountains and bird

songs. Central location, offers easy access to Nanaimo and island. Exit

24 Jingle Pot Rd. off Hwy 19, immediate left or off Hwy 19A through

Mostar Rd. across Hwy 19, immediate left. Sani-station fee public $10.

Camping Rates: Serviced $50-$55 Partial Partial Service $40-$45

Unserviced/Tenting $30-$35. Open All Year.

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Page’s Resort & Marina 9

Tel: (250) 247-8931

www.pagesresortgroup.com

3350 Coast Rd., Gabriola Island BC

Secluded fully-equipped seaside cottages and pristine campsites

surrounded by forests and oceanviews. Kayak rentals for exploring

the Flat Top islands. Fishing charters. Connect with locals to learn

cheesemaking or wine tasting right here in our orchard picnic area.

Camping Rates: Unserviced/Tenting $32-$42. Open All Year.

Lodging Rates: Low Season $129-$249 High Season $162-$289.

Open All Year.

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Camping App

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Living Forest Oceanside Campground & RV 9

Tel: (250) 755-1755

www.livingforest.com

6 Maki Rd., Nanaimo BC

See winter listing page 53 and ad same page

Award-winning waterfront campground and RV park. Spacious,

groomed sites in parklike setting where Nanaimo River meets the ocean.

Top-rated facilities, family managed. Beautiful scenery, paved roads,

onsite recreation. Perfect location to explore Vancouver Island. 0.5 km

to shopping centre, 5 km to downtown.

Camping Rates: Serviced $54-$65 Partial Service $47-$52 Unserviced/

Tenting $40-$44. Open All Year.

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Living Forest RV Resort

Mountainaire Campground & RV Park 9

Tel: (250) 245-1169

www.mountainairervpark.com

1092 Spruston Rd., Nanaimo BC

Nanaimo’s favourite family campground. Onsite RV Glamping Rentals,

serviced and unserviced campsites. Summertime movies under the stars

after swimming or cliff diving at the crystal clear Nanaimo River. Newly

renovated clean bathrooms, free hot showers and onsite laundry.

Camping Rates: Serviced from $45 Partial Service $42 Unserviced/

Tenting $35 plus taxes. Open All Year.

Lodging Rates: Low Season $150-$165 High Season $240-$255.

Open All Year.

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Make Island

Memories

53 natural acres of ocean, forest and river make up our year

round Vancouver Island Campground and RV Park. Our beautiful

park features over 300 gorgeous sites. Reserve your spot

overlooking the water today!

@livingforestcampground livingforest.com

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Rondalyn - A Parkbridge Camping & RV Resort 9

Tel: (250) 245-3227

www.parkbridge.com/rondalyn

1350 Timberlands Rd., Ladysmith BC

See winter listing page 54 and ad page 13

Our secluded resort is only a 5-mins. drive from essential services and

offers full service seasonal and overnight voyageur sites and rental

cabins. With access to hiking, biking trails, fishing, swimming, shopping

and more exceptional local attractions.

Camping Rates: Serviced $57 Partial Service $46. Open All Year.

Lodging Rates: Check website. Open All Year.

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Nanoose Bay

Pathfinder Camp Resorts - Parksville 11

Toll: 1-866-267-3678

www.pathfindercampresorts.com

380 Martindale Rd., Parksville BC

See winter listing page 53

We cater to all kinds of campers, 30/50 amp full hookups, pull-thru sites

with firepits. Park offers heated swimming pool, clean bathrooms, hot

showers, laundry, playground and much more. Englishman River has

both deep and shallow swimming holes and beach.

Camping Rates: Check website. Open All Year.

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Surfside RV Resort 11

Tel: (250) 248-9713 Toll: 1-866-642-2001

www.surfsiderv.ca

200 N. Corfield St., Parksville BC

See ad page 9

Camping Rates: Serviced $27-$85/night.

Open All Year.

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Pender Island

Nanoose Creek Campground 11

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

Toll: 1-866-468-7186

www.nanoosecreekcampground.com

2212 Island Hwy E., Nanoose Bay BC

Located mid-island, 10 mins. drive to either Parksville or Nanaimo.

Enjoy peace and tranquility of the Nanoose creek running through the

campground. Large spacious sites close to beaches, golfing and hiking.

Free hot showers, WiFi, internet, cablevision. Groups welcome. Pull-thrus

over 125’.

Camping Rates: Serviced $45 Unserviced/Tenting $40 incl. taxes.

Open All Year.

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Parksville & Area

Prior Centennial Campground - Gulf Islands 7

National Park Reserve

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

https//reservation.pc.gc.ca

North Pender Island, Pender Island BC

Set in the shade of a thick forest, this campground is often filled to

capacity during the summer months for those looking to explore Pender

Islands. Reservations are recommended. https://www.reservation.pc.gc.ca.

Camping Rates: Unserviced $17.99/night, per party, per vehicle. Rates

subject to change. Open: May 15 - Sep 30. Languages Spoken: English,

French.

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Paradise Sea-Side Resort 11

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

www.paradisefunpark.net

375 W. Island Hwy, Parksville BC

See winter listing page 53

Park your RV next to gorgeous sandy Parksville beach and within

walking distance to downtown Parksville. We offer full hookups, hot

showers and laundry facilities. 30 mins. from Departure Bay Ferry

Terminal. Reservations Recommended.

Camping Rates: Serviced $44-$65. Open All Year.

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Port Alberni

Arrowvale Riverside 12

Campground & Cottages

Tel: (250) 723-7948

www.arrowvale.ca

5955 Hector Rd., Port Alberni BC

Camping Rates: Partial Service $32-$42

Unserviced/Tenting $26-$34. Open All Year.

Lodging Rates: Low Season $125-$159

High Season $145-$159. Open All Year.

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Port Hardy & Area

Port Hardy RV Resort & Cabins 1

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

www.porthardyrvresort.com

8080 Goodspeed Rd., Port Hardy BC

See winter listing page 54

Off Hwy 19, located 0.8 km north of Bear Cove (BC Ferries) junction.

RV and tenting nestled between Quatse River and 138 acres of Estuary

Wildlife Sanctuary. Large public BBQ area, firewood and freezing

facilities. 12 self-contained log cabins.

Camping Rates: Serviced $40-$60 Tenting $25-$28. Open All Year.

Lodging Rates: $140-$195. Open All Year.

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Quatse River Campground 1

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

www.quatsecampground.ca

8400 Byng Rd., Port Hardy BC

Camping Rates: Partial Service $42.85; 2-6 nights

$39.14; Weekly $214.28; Monthly $761.90; Tenting

$29; Weekly $170 plus taxes. Senior rates available.

Open: May Long Weekend – Sep 30.

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Qualicum Bay Resort 13

Tel: (250) 757-2003

www.resortbc.com

5970 Island Hwy W., Qualicum Bay BC

Camping Rates: Check website. Open All Year.

Lodging Rates: Check website. Open All Year.

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Whiskey Creek RV Campground 11

Tel: (250) 752-8321

www.whiskeycreekrvcampingground.com

1268 Chatsworth Rd., Qualicum Beach BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $50 Partial Service $45

Unserviced $40 plus taxes. Open: Apr 1 – Oct 31.

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Sea Flame Beach Resort 13

Tel: (250) 757-8411 Toll: 1-888-883-1233

www.seaflamebeachresort.ca

6383 Island Hwy W., Qualicum Bay BC

See winter listing page 54

Camping Rates: Serviced $40-$65. Open All Year.

Lodging Rates: $150-$500. Weekly and monthly

rates available. Open All Year.

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Port McNeill & Area

PLAN YOUR

PERFECT GETAWAY

Book today!

Alder Bay RV Park & Marina 2

Tel: (250) 956-4117

www.alderbay.com

1 Alder Bay Rd., Port McNeill BC

See winter listing page 53

Alder Bay is a beautiful west coast oasis. Fishing vacation or family time,

the natural beauty and welcoming atmosphere will guarantee a fun and

relaxing getaway. Also, featuring Roxy’s food truck restaurant, now with

liquor license. Onsite RV rentals are available.

Camping Rates: Peak Season Jun 11 – Sep 15 Serviced $42-$49

Unserviced $30 Shoulder Season: Serviced $39-$45 Unserviced $27

Open All Year.

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Qualicum Beach & Area

Horne Lake Regional Park 12

Tel: (250) 248-0500

https://www.rdn.bc.ca/rdn-camping

3890 Horne Lake Cave Rd., Qualicum Beach BC

Camping Rates: Low Season $10

High Season $25/forested $30/lakefront $50/

shared. See website for reservations and CP Policy.

Open All Year.

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SEASIDE

POOLSIDE

SURFSIDE

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.

NEW MEMBERSHIPS AVAILABLE

200 North Corfield Street, Parksville, BC 1-866-642-2001

www.surfsiderv.ca

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Sidney

SMONEĆTEN (McDonald) Campground - 7

Gulf Islands National Park Reserve

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

https//reservation.pc.gc.ca

10740 McDonald Park Rd., North Saanich

SMONEĆTEN (McDonald) Campground is an excellent base of

operations for exploring the Gulf Islands and the Greater Victoria area

for campers, RVers and cyclists offering both shaded and sunny sites.

Reservations are recommended. https://www.reservation.pc.gc.ca.

Camping Rates: Unserviced $17.99/night, per party, per vehicle. Rates

subject to change. Open: May 15 - Sep 30. Languages Spoken: English,

French.

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Sidney Spit Campground - Gulf Islands 7

National Park Reserve

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

https//reservation.pc.gc.ca

Sidney Spit, Sidney Island

This popular family-friendly destination is accessible by boat or kayak.

Take the seasonal walk-on ferry to discover beautiful white sand

beaches and forested walking trails. Reservations are recommended.

https://www.reservation.pc.gc.ca . Visit www.sidneyspitferry.com for

walk-on ferry service information, reservation and sailing schedule.

Camping Rates: Unserviced Tents only $17.99/night, per party, per

vehicle. Rates subject to change. Pets must be on leash at all times.

Open: May 15 - Sep 30. Languages Spoken: English, French.

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Telegraph Cove & Area

Telegraph Cove Resort Forest 2

Campground

Tel: (250) 928-3131

www.telegraphcoveresort.com

1610 Telegraph Cove Rd., Telegraph Cove BC

See ad page 11

Camping Rates: Serviced $45 Partial Service $40

Unserviced $26-$33 Tenting $33-$36 plus taxes. Open: May 1 - Oct 1.

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Tofino (incl. Long Beach)

Bella Pacifica Campground 4

Tel: (250) 725-3400

www.bellapacifica.com

400 Mackenzie Beach Rd., Tofino BC

Family-friendly oceanfront campsites for RV and tenting. Closest

campground to Tofino (3 km south). Walk sandy Mackenzie Beach. Full

hookups, tenting, flush toilets, pay showers/laundry, free WiFi. Firewood

and ice for sale. Firepits and picnic tables. Reservations strongly

recommended. Off-season rates.

Camping Rates: Serviced $45-$78 Partial Service $43-$73 Unserviced

$40-73 Tenting $40-$78. Open: Mar - Oct.

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Crystal Cove Beach Resort 4

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

www.crystalcove.ca

1165 Cedarwood Place, Tofino BC

See winter listing page 53

Treed fully-serviced RV sites. Firewood $7/bundle. Showers and WiFi

included. Glamping 5th wheels for rent. Beachfront and beachview

chic log cabins with private hot tub steps from Mackenzie Beach. Make

Crystal Cove Beach Resort your new Happy Place.

Camping Rates: Serviced $55-$95. Open All Year.

Lodging Rates: Low Season $150-$420 High Season $340-$600.

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Telegraph Cove Marina & RV Park 2

Tel: (250) 928-3163 Toll: 1-877-TEL-COVE (835-2683)

www.telegraphcove.ca

1642B Telegraph Cove Rd., Telegraph Cove BC

Conveniently located adjacent to the marina and the heart of historic

Telegraph Cove. Stunning ocean and cove views. Bring your kayak and

launch for free when staying at our RV Park! Whale and bear watching,

hiking, fishing, kayaking. Breathtaking sunsets!

Camping Rates: Serviced $42.50-$52.50. Open: May 1 - Oct 1.

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Long Beach Golf Course 4

Tel: (250) 725-3332

www.longbeachgolfcourse.com

1850 Pacific Rim Hwy, Long Beach BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $70

Unserviced/Tenting $50. Open: May - Oct 31.

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Pacific Rim National Park Reserve - 4

Green Point Campground

Toll Free Reservations: 1-877-737-3783

www.pc.gc.ca/pacrim

Hwy 4, Midway between Tofino & Ucluelet

Poised on the bluffs above Long Beach in Pacific Rim National Park

Reserve. Green Point Campground fills every night during high season.

Reservations are recommended www.reservations.pc.gc. Note: Due to

COVID-19 not all services maybe available. Check website for details.

Camping Rates: 6 Persons Partial Service $33.01 Tenting $28. Rates

subject to change. Open: May 1 - Oct 12.

Languages Spoken: English, French.

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Surf Grove Campground 4

Tel: (250) 725-2750

www.surfgrove.com

1451 Pacific Rim Hwy, Tofino BC

See winter listing page 54

Tofino’s Top-Rated family-friendly campground and the 2020 CCRV

Canadian Campground of the Year. Immediate beach access with

world-class surfing at Cox Bay and endless adventure in the Pacific Rim

National Park. Enjoy an elevated camping experience at Surf Grove.

Camping Rates: Serviced $49-$119 Tenting $39-$99. Open All Year.

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Tsawaak RV Resort 4

http://tsawaakrvresort.ca

1119 Pacific Rim Hwy, Tofino BC

Whether you’re setting up camp or parking your RV, there’s nothing

but good times ahead at this laid-back outdoor haven. Enjoy private

access to Mackenzie Beach, close to the island’s most popular hikes and

attractions and the best part? Nature at your doorstep, every morning.

Camping Rates: Serviced $80-$150 Unserviced/Tenting $45-$65.

Open: Tentative October 2021.

Lodging Rates: Low Season $100-$150 High Season $150-$200.

Open: Tentative October 2021.

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Discover one of the best kept

secrets on Vancouver Island

Lodging • Forest RV Campground

Marina • Dining • Events

Hiking • Wildlife Adventure Tours

telegraphcoveresort.com

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Ucluelet

Island West Resort 5

Tel: (250) 726-7515

www.islandwestresort.com

1990 Bay St., Ucluelet BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $53 Partial Service $50

Tenting $50. Open All Year.

Lodging Rates: Low Season $90-$110

High Season $160-$180. Open All Year.

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Ucluelet Campground 5

Tel: (250) 726-4355

www.uclueletcampground.com

260 Seaplane Base Rd., Ucluelet BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $43-$72

Partial Service $43-$72 Unserviced/Tenting $35-$57.

Open: Mar 1 – Sep 30.

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Victoria & Area

Malahat Mountain Meadows 7

RV Resort

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

www.victoriacampgrounds.com

304 Trans Canada Hwy, Malahat BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $42 Unserviced $37 plus

taxes. Open All Year.

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Oceanside – A Parkbridge Camping & 7

RV Resort

Tel: (250) 544-0508

www.parkbridge.com/oceanside

3000 Stautw Rd., Saanichton (Victoria) BC

See winter listing page 53 and ad page 13

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 lush landscaping

on the peaceful Saanich Peninsula. East off Hwy 17 onto Mt. Newton.

Camping Rates: Serviced $66-$68. Open All Year.

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Fort Rodd Hill & Fisgard Lighthouse National 6

Historic Sites

Tel: (250) 478-5849

www.pc.gc.ca/fortroddhill

603 Fort Rodd Hill Rd., Victoria BC

Stay overnight in Canada’s best preserved west coast artillery fort.

Experience camping with the comfort of a bed! Each furnished and

equipped oTENTik sleeps up to six people. Picnic tables, firepit, couple

of lounge chairs, individual BBQs, camp stoves, games and food

storage area are provided – all you need to bring is your bedding and

food. Short walk to the lighthouse. Reservations required. For further

information visit our website.

Lodging Rates: $122.64/night. Reservation Fee $13.50.

Open: May 1 – Oct 10. Languages Spoken: English, French.

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Pedder Bay RV Resort & Marina 6

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

www.pedderbay.com

925 Pedder Bay Dr., (Metchosin) Victoria BC

See winter listing page 53

Camping Rates: Serviced $49-$79 Unserviced/

Tenting $39. Open All Year.

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Salish Seaside RV Haven 6

Tel: (250) 590-5995

www.salishseasidervhaven.com

445 Head St., Victoria BC

See winter listing page 54

Camping Rates: Serviced $89-$129.

Open All Year.

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Fort Victoria RV Park 6

Tel: (250) 479-8112

www.fortvictoria.ca

129 Burnett Rd., Victoria BC

Camping Rates: Serviced from $65. Open All Year.

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FROM COAST TO COAST ON VANCOUVER ISLAND

Come to Vancouver Island and experience

“Island Time”, where you will

enjoy the charm and uniqueness

that this region has to offer – countryside,

seaside, the Pacific Ocean, ancient forests,

mountain views.

Crossing the Island from coast to coast

starts on the east side in Qualicum alongside

the Salish Sea and heads west to Tofino and

the Pacific Ocean. Hwy 4 is the route that

will take you there, but before you leave

Qualicum there are a few places to visit that

will provide lasting memories.

Head to the Cowichan Valley, a pastoral

region that has been named as part of the

international slow food movement. Cheeses, seafood and specialty

fare are among the local offerings that foodies come here every year

to experience. Also, visit award-winning artists’ studios that dot the

countryside.

Duncan is known as the City of Totems with dozens of First Nations

totems. Take a self-guided tour and also check out this restored

historic town. North a short distance is Chemainus, a seaside community

with over 40 murals and sculptures.

Nanaimo is famous for its Nanaimo Bar and it has its very own

trail. Pick up a trail guide at a local visitor centre and enjoy some tasty

treats at locations throughout Nanaimo and beyond. While there

enjoy the harbour seawalk and watch the busy harbour in action.

Miles of sandy beach, with a tide that goes out forever, lines the

shore of Parksville and Qualicum. Walk the

beach, paddle, and look for shells and tiny

marine life that hide in the tide pools.

Once you start heading west on Hwy

4 you will come across Coombs Country

Market. Stop and see the goats feeding on the

grass roof! Explore the delightful country

market with fresh produce, a deli, gifts and

more. And make sure you sample their

famous ice cream.

As you head towards Port Alberni, the

road takes you through MacMillan Provincial

Park, an old-growth forest of Douglas Fir

and Western Red Cedar. In Port Alberni you

can experience the sights and sounds of the steam railway by taking

a ride on the Port Alberni Steam Train that runs to the McLean Mill

National Historic Site.

Once you arrive on the west coast you will be awed by the expanse

of sand and sea and the Pacific Ocean,

Experiencing the beaches and surf in

Tofino draw people to stay and return

often. Long Beach’s sandy beach covers 16

km of uninterrupted shoreline. Exploring

the tidal pools, snorkelling or surfing are

just some of the activities that will keep

you occupied, along with hiking, whale

watching and fresh seafood that complement

your Vancouver Island trip.

For more on this trip

Whale watching on a Zodiac, Sander Jain

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Oceanside Resort | Saanichton, BC

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rondalyn Resort | Cassidy, BC

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Whistler

Vancouver

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Kelowna

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Riverside Resort | Whistler, BC

Victoria

4 RV, Camping and Cottage Resorts

Open year-round in British Columbia

MEMORIES ARE MADE HERE

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Super Camping/Select Lodging - Vancouver, Coast & Mountains

VANCOUVER COAST & MOUNTAINS

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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.

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BC Map Numbers 17 – 29

Eagle Wind RV Park 24

Tel: (604) 856-6674

www.eaglewindrv.ca

26920 52nd Ave, Aldergrove BC

See winter listing page 54

Camping Rates: Serviced $50-$60. Open All Year.

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Chilliwack & Area

Bridal Falls Motel 26

Tel: (604) 794-7710

motel@holidaytrailsresorts.com

53680 Bridal Falls Rd., Rosedale BC

WiFi, wilderness falls, hiking, waterpark, pool, hot tubs,

store and playground.

Lodging Rates: Check website. Open All Year.

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Pathfinder Camp Resorts - Agassiz 27

Toll: 1-866-267-3678

www.pathfindercampresorts.com

6110 Lougheed Hwy, Agassiz BC

See winter listing page 54

Resort offers 50 amp full hookup sites and 8 newly renovated cabins for

guests looking to experience the country. Located minutes away by car

from Harrison Hot Springs, seconds away from downtown Agassiz’s city

amenities.

Camping and Lodging Rates: Check website. Open All Year.

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Camperland RV Resort & Cabins 26

Tel: (604) 794-7361

www.holidaytrailsresorts.com

53730 Bridal Falls Rd., Rosedale BC

See winter listing page 54 and ad page 15

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.

Camping Rates: Serviced from $59 Tenting from $39. Open: Mar 28 – Oct 31.

Lodging Rates: Check website. Open All Year.

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Cottonwood Meadows RV 26

Country Club

Tel: (604) 824-7275

www.cottonwoodrvpark.com

44280 Luckakuck Way, Chilliwack BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $57-$63

Partial Service $50-55. Open All Year.

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Sunnyside Campground 26

Tel: (604) 858-5253

www.cultuslake.bc.ca

3405 Columbia Valley Hwy, Cultus Lake BC

Lakefront family camping, hookups, tenting, washrooms, free showers,

store, laundry, sani-station, playgrounds, WiFi, onsite security, boat

launch, rental buoys, beaches, swimming, fishing, near golf course,

waterslides, adventure park, restaurants and marina.

Camping Rates: Check website for rates and CP Policy.

Online booking available. Open: Apr 1 - Oct 11.

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The Cabins At Cultus Lake Park 26

Tel: (604) 858-9007

www.cultuslake.bc.ca

4169 Columbia Valley Hwy, Cultus Lake BC

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.

Lodging Rates: Check website for rates and CP policy. Open All Year.

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Tamihi Meadows Inc. 26

Tel: (604) 530-1367

www.tamihimeadows.com

48701 Chilliwack Liumchen FSR, Chilliwack BC

Camping Rates: Partial Service $45-$65

Unserviced $15-$65. Open All Year.

Lodging Rates: Check website.

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Kilby Park Campground 27

Tel: (604) 796-9576

www.kilby.ca

215 Kilby Rd., Harrison Mills BC

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 1920’s historic

site, café and gift shop. The campground operates on a first come, first

serve basis. Online Reservation System.

Camping Rates: Unserviced $25-$35. Winter Rates $15. Open All Year.

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Coquihalla Campground 28

Tel: (604) 860-5330

www.coquihallacampground.ca

800 Kawkawa Lake Rd., Hope BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $47-$50 Partial Service

$42-$45 Unserviced Riversites $40-$43 Tenting

$37-$40. Open: Apr 16 – Oct 17.

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Pools • Hot Tubs • Laundromat • WiFi

Store • Big Rig Friendly • And More

Book at www.htr.ca 604-794-7361

53730 Bridal Falls Rd., Rosedale, BC

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Super Camping/Select Lodging - Vancouver, Coast & Mountains

Manning Park Resort 29

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

www.manningpark.com

7500 Hwy 3, Manning Park BC

See ad page 21

Lodging Rates: Check website. Open All Year

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Othello Tunnels Campground 28

& RV Park

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

www.othellotunnels.com

67851 Othello Rd., Hope BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $46 Partial Service $43. Rates

subject to change. Open All Year.

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Langley & Area

Fort Camping 24

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

www.fortcamping.com

9451 Glover Rd., Fort Langley BC

See ad same page

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.

Camping Rates: Serviced Shoulder Season $45-$57 High Season (May 15-Sep 7)

$50-$65. Open All Year.

Lodging Rates: Check website and for open dates.

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Sunshine Valley RV Resort & Cabins 28

Tel: (604) 869-0066

www.holidaytrailsresorts.com

14850 Alpine Blvd., (Sunshine Valley) Hope BC

See winter listing page 54 and ad page 20

Mountains, river, back country, meadows, heated pools – indoor and outdoor,

snowshoeing, sledding, ATV trails, museum, clubhouse, weddings, banquets, games

room, hot tubs, dog run, propane sales, liquor store. One or two bedroom cabins

self-contained.

Camping Rates: Serviced from $55. Open All Year.

Lodging Rates: Check website. Open All Year.

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TravellinginBritishColumbia

FAMILY IS WHAT IT’S ALL ABOUT AT FORT CAMPING!

IN THE HEART OF

Fort Langley, BC

We’re within walking distance to historic Fort Langley and

close to everything Metro Vancouver has to offer! Relax on

the beach, and enjoy the many planned family programs!

FULL HOOK-UP RV/CAMPING

WWW.FORTCAMPING.COM 9451 GLOVER ROAD LANGLEY, B.C CANADA

604.888.3678

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BURNABY

CARIBOO

RV PARK and

CAMPGROUND

Super Camping/Select Lodging - Vancouver, Coast & Mountains

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

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.

Our top-rated Vancouver RV Park &

Campground continues to provide guests to

unequalled access to Vancouver while our

friendly service and many ammenities make

your stay a pleasant one.

8765 Cariboo Place, Burnaby, BC V3N 4T2

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

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

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Super Camping/Select Lodging - Vancouver, Coast & Mountains

Fort Langley National Historic Site 24

Toll: 1-877-737-3783

www.parkscanada.gc.ca/fortlangley

23433 Mavis Ave, Fort Langley BC

Sleep inside a real Fort. Experience camping in style in a furnished heritage-themed

oTENTik tent. Each sleeps six and includes power, a mini fridge and BBQ access.

Short walk to village, restaurants, stores and trails.

Lodging Rates: $122.64/night plus admission fees. Firewood available for an

additional fee. No pets. Open: May 1 – Oct 8. Languages Spoken: English, French.

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Anmore Camp & RV Park 23

Tel: (604) 469-2311

www.anmorecamp-rv.ca

3230 Sunnyside Rd., Anmore BC

Quiet mountain views and rural location. 50 amp sites available. Recreation room,

sports court, playground and paved roads. Transit and general store out front.

Canoeing, hiking and fishing at Buntzen Lake.

Camping Rates: Serviced from $65. Open All Year.

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Burnaby Cariboo RV Park (Vancouver) 23

Tel: (604) 420-1722

www.bcrv.com

8765 Cariboo Pl., Burnaby BC

See winter listing page 54, front cover and ad page 17

Deluxe RV Park open all year for sightseeing the Vancouver area. Sites are paved

and landscaped, will accommodate any size RV. WiFi, indoor pool, jacuzzi, fitness

room, games room, playground, store, large laundromat. RV wash area. On transit

route, minutes from the Skytrain to Vancouver’s attractions or walk the trails in the

park next door.

Camping Rates: Serviced $64-$69 Unserviced $44.25-$50.

Open All Year.

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Capilano River RV Park 23

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

www.capilanoriverrvpark.com

295 Tomahawk Ave, West Vancouver BC

See winter listing page 54 and ad same page

Camping Rates: Serviced $54-$84 Partial Service $49-$66

Unserviced/Tenting $44-$54. Rates subject to change.

Open All Year.

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295 Tomahawk Ave West Vancouver, BC

Located on the water beside one of the best malls in Vancouver. Beside the glistening

water of Burrard Inlet and the majestic ancient forests of North & West Vancouver.

Winter Discounted Rates Available and Unit Storage

866-477-4722 | 604.987.4722 | CapilanoRiverRVPark.com

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Hazelmere RV Park & Campground 24

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

www.hazelmere.ca

18843 - 8th Ave, Surrey BC

Camping in the city! 34 acres of pure enjoyment with the Little Campbell

River meandering through the parklike setting. Hiking, mini-golf, outdoor

pool and hot tub. Two group areas. Group, daily and weekly rates.

Camping Rates: Serviced $48-$52 Unserviced $45. Open All Year.

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Super Camping/Select Lodging - Vancouver, Coast & Mountains

Peace Arch RV Park 24

Tel: (604) 594-7009

www.peacearchrvpark.ca

14601 - 40 Ave, Surrey BC

Fabulous, beautiful, super clean, quiet, peaceful environment. 8 mins.

drive to beaches, 45 mins. to downtown Vancouver, 20 mins. to

Tsawwassen ferry. Bus and Skytrain connection to Vancouver. Close to

amenities. Complimentary WiFi and cable.

Camping Rates: $47-$57 Tenting $43. Check website or call for more

information. Open All Year.

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Plaza RV Park 23

Tel: (604) 594-4440

www.plazarvpark.ca

8266 King George Blvd., Surrey BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $45-$50 Unserviced $30-

$35. Rates subject to change. Open All Year.

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Tsawwassen RV Resort 23

Tel: (778) 434-5254

www.tsawwassenrvresort.com

4761 Nulelum Way, (Hawk Lane Entrance),

Tsawwassen BC

See winter listing page 54

Camping Rates: Serviced $65-$99 Partial Service

$55-$89 Unserviced $50-$70. Open All Year.

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Tynehead RV Campground 23

Tel: (604) 589-1161

www.tynehead.com

16275-102 Ave, Surrey BC

See ad same page

Camping Rates: Serviced from $64

Tenting from $40. Open All Year.

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OPEN YEAR-ROUND

30 amp Full Hook-ups / Tenting

• Cable • LP Gas • WiFi Internet • RV Storage • Laundry

• Showers • Swimming Pool • Gym • Nature Walk

• 5 minutes from one of BC’s largest shopping malls

CLOSE TO MANY GOLF COURSES

Close to all of Vancouver’s major attractions.

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

16275 Phone - 102nd (604) 589-1161 Ave., Surrey, Fax (604) BC 589-1113 V4N 2K7

Phone Toll-Free (604) 1-877-599-1161 589-1161 tyneheadrv@shaw.ca

Fax (604) 589-1113

Toll-Free 1-877-599-1161 tyneheadrv@shaw.ca

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Super Camping/Select Lodging - Vancouver, Coast & Mountains

Sea to Sky Hwy

(incl. Squamish, Whistler & Area)

Klahanie Campground & RV Park 21

Tel: (604) 892-3435

www.klahaniecampground.com

36583 Darrell Bay Rd., Squamish BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $55-$65 Partial Service

$45-$60 Unserviced $40-$55 Tenting $35-$50.

Open All Year.

Lodging Rates: $128-$180. Open All Year.

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& RV Resort

Tel: (604) 905-5533

www.parkbridge.com/riversideresort

8018 Mons Rd., Whistler BC

See winter listing page 54 and ad page 13

Everyone can find something to enjoy, whether you prefer low-key spa

relaxing, or playing your new neighbours in a match of beach volleyball.

Relax and enjoy a majestic backdrop or pump up your adrenaline with

nearby zip-lining, mountain biking or skiing.

Camping Rates: Serviced $64.38-$77.77 Partial Service $69.53

Tenting $27.81-$46.35. Open All Year.

Lodging Rates: Check website. Open All Year.

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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.

Pender Harbour & Area

Powell River & Area

Garden Bay RV Resort 20

Tel: (604) 393-3823

www.gardenbayresort.com

4460 Garden Bay Rd., Garden Bay BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $38-$52

Unserviced/Tenting $38. Open All Year.

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Seabreeze Resort 19

Tel: (604) 487-9534

www.seabreezeresortbc.com

10975 Hwy 101, (Lang Bay) Powell River BC

Camping Rates: Serviced from $45 Tenting $25.

Open: Apr 1 – Nov 1.

Lodging Rates: Low Season $110-$200

High Season $130-$310 based on double occupancy.

Check website for weekly rates. Open All Year.

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Camping App

TravellinginBritishColumbia

Pools • Hot Tubs • Laundromat

WiFi • Store • Big Rig Friendly

Book at www.htr.ca 604-869-0066

14850 Alpine Blvd, Hope, BC

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Super Camping/Select Lodging - Vancouver, Coast & Mountains

WILLINGDON BEACH CAMPSITE

HEART OF POWELL RIVER

OCEANSIDE CAMPING IN THE

& PARTIAL HOOK UPS, OPEN YEAR ROUND!

FULL INCLUDING SITES 83

4845 Marine Avenue

willingdonbeach.ca

Powell River BC V8A 5T3

Reservations 604 485-2242

reservations@willingdonbeach.ca

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Super Camping/Select Lodging - Vancouver, Coast & Mountains

Located in Lund on BC’s Sunshine Coast

RV Park & Cabins

Serviced Sites ~ Cabins

Showers ~ Laundromat

Free WiFi

Cabins are Open All Year. Campground open May 1 – September 30.

Reservations recommended in July and August

(604) 483-9220 stay@SunLund.ca www.sunlund.ca

1496 Murray Road, Lund, BC, Canada

Powell River to Lund

SunLund RV Park & Cabins 17

Tel: (604) 483-9220

www.SunLund.ca

1496 Murray Rd., Lund BC

See ad same page

Camping Rates: Serviced $42-$45.

Open: Apr 15 – Sep 30.

Lodging Rates: $69-$260. Open All Year.

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Willingdon Beach Municipal Campsite 18

Tel: (604) 485-2242

www.willingdonbeach.ca

4845 Marine Ave, Powell River BC

See ad page 21

Oceanside camping in the heart of Powell River. Everything a camper or

RV enthusiast could want. Both beach and forest sites near a plethora

of trails for hikers and bikers. Two playgrounds, beach volleyball courts,

splash pad and more.

Camping Rates: Serviced $30-$41.50 Partial Service $23.75-$36.

Unserviced $22-$27.50 Tenting $25.75. Rates subject to change.

Open All Year.

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DISCOVER BC’S SUNSHINE COAST & OCEANSIDE ROUTE

There’s a good reason why the

Sunshine Coast bears its name: it

receives some 2,400 hours of sunlight

annually. Sun-warmed beaches, marine

adventures, and picturesque coastal scenery

are all part of this tour.

Start by boarding the Langdale Ferry at

Horseshoe Bay for a 45-minute trip. Heading

north you reach the historic town of

Sechelt, a community rich in arts, culture

and old-fashioned pubs and marinas. All

along the coast, rocky beaches and gentle

surf make kayaking and wildlife-viewing

enjoyable activities.

Earl’s Cove is the furthest you can drive

on the highway before ferrying across Jervis Inlet. On this 50-minute

trip over to Saltery Bay you will see spectacular coastal scenery

against the backdrop of the Coast Mountain range and beautiful

fjords that adorn British Columbia’s coast.

Next stop is Powell River, situated on the Malaspina Strait and

surrounded by some of the most spectacular natural beauty in the

world. Powell River‘s original homes and businesses are Victorianstyled

and have become western Canada’s only National Historic

Townsite.

Before taking the ferry from Powell River to Vancouver Island,

drive up to Lund, a charming seaside community just 30 minutes

away. The Gateway to Desolation Sound attracts visitors to the area

with sightseeing boat tours and access to the Sunshine Coast Trail.

The ferry from Powell River crosses the Strait of Georgia to Comox.

The snow-capped mountains, plunging valleys, and salty sea

Powell River, Province of BC

embody limitless recreational opportunities

for adventurers.Visitors can also relax and

take in the unique shops, art shows, and

theatrical performances.

As you travel down the island, you’ll

come upon the communities of Qualicum

Beach and Parksville, known as Oceanside.

Here the world-renowned beach stretches

an incredible 70 km. Kayaking and sailing

are popular in these pristine waters, but

locals will tell you that the real attractions

are salmon fishing and scuba diving.

Continue south along the coast to Nanaimo.

With dozens of parks, exceptional

shopping, cultural scenery and fine dining, there’s no question

why Nanaimo is popular. An entire afternoon can be spent on the

harbour-front watching the flurry of tugs, ferries and floatplanes.

The small communities of Ladysmith and Chemainus are a short

distance down the coast. Ladysmith

is a picturesque small town with its

restored Edwardian buildings that house

art galleries, antiques shops, and other

collectibles. Chemainus is known for its

world-famous murals.

This trip ends in Victoria, British Columbia’s

provincial capital and is steeped

in Victorian decadence. Double-decker

buses, formal gardens, and the tradition

of afternoon tea offer visitors a little bit

of Britain on BC’s West Coast.

For more on this trip

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Super Camping/Select Lodging - Thompson Okanagan

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Unleash your sense of wanderlust as you head out on our highways, trails and byways. Let your curiosity roam

free as you discover a road trip that is just right for you. Explore Route 97 which traverses the region with

boating, fishing and sandy beaches on the many lakes, plus the hundreds of wineries and orchards to choose

from. The region is home to Canada’s only desert, grasslands and mountains, including the majestic Mount

Robson, the highest peak in the Canadian Rockies, and part of a UNESCO World Heritage site. Stunning

scenery, abundant wildlife, tasty treats and great people are all waiting for you.

See page 2 for symbol explanation

BC Map Numbers 30 -51

Bridesville

Arosa Ranch 36

Tel: (250) 495-5043

www.arosaranch.com

1 Arosa Ranch Rd., Bridesville (Nr. Osoyoos) BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $45-$65 Tenting $30-$59.

Open: May - Oct.

Lodging Rates: Low Season $150-$175

High Season $175-$200. Open All Year.

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Ashcroft Legacy Park Campground 31

Tel: (250) 453-2642

ashcroftlegacypark@gmail.com

15 River View Cres., Ashcroft BC

Camp in desert country on the shores of the Thompson River, in

downtown Ashcroft. Legacy Park provides a shady, relaxing oasis.

Easy walking distance to shopping, restaurants and tourist attractions.

All RV sites have water/sewer, power and free WiFi. Reservations

Recommended.

Camping Rates: Serviced $35 Tenting $20. Open: May 1 – Sep 30.

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Cascade Cove RV Park 38

Tel: (250) 447-6662

www.cascadecove.ca

1211 River Rd., Christina Lake BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $45-$50 Partial Service

$40 Unserviced $35 Tenting $25-$30 incl. taxes.

Open: Apr 1 - Oct 31.

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Blue River

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Armstrong Kin RV Park 42

Tel: (250) 546-4041

kinrvpark@telus.net

3311 Park Dr., Armstrong BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $25-$50.

Open: Apr 1 - Nov 1.

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Blue River Campground & 50

RV Park

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

www.bluerivercampground.ca

991 West Frontage Road Hwy 5, Blue River BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $38-$40 Partial Service

$34-$36 Unserviced $30 Tenting $26.

Open: May 1 - Oct 15.

Lodging Rates: Low Season $58-$99 High Season: $64-$125.

Open: May 1 - Oct 15.

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Christina Lake Golf & RV 38

Tel: (250) 447-9313

www.christinalakegolfclub.com

230 2 nd Ave, Christina Lake BC

See ad page 25

Home away from home in a perfectly located RV site, just minutes

by golf cart to the first tee and Clubhouse. The location is very quiet,

serene and majestic with the Kettle River and Monashee Mountains in

the backdrop and the Trans Canada Trail just footsteps away.

Camping Rates: Partial Service $32. Open: Apr – Oct.

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Christina Lake Motel & RV Park 38

Tel: (236) 350-0013

www.christinalakemotelandrvpark.com

19 West Lake Dr., Christina Lake BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $28-$40 Tenting $25.

Open: Apr – Oct.

Lodging Rates: $110-$145. Open All Year.


Clearwater/Wells Gray

Christina Pines Campground 38

Tel: (250) 447-9587

www.christinapinescampground.org

1528 Neimi Rd., Christina Lake BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $30-$48.

Open: May 1 – Sep 30.

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Clearwater Valley Resort/Wells Gray KOA 48

Tel: (250) 674-3909/3018 Toll: 1-888-837-1161

www.clearwatervalley.com

373 Clearwater Valley Rd., Clearwater BC

Campground and Motel in a beautiful parklike setting, spacious sites.

Furnished motel and cabins with pond view. Turn north at Information

Centre, 200 metres on left. Licensed restaurant, heated outdoor pool,

laundromat, store, mini-golf, playground, WiFi, firepits. Fenced and

gated property.

Camping Rates: Serviced $36.90-$48.90 Unserviced/Tenting $32.90-

$37.90. Open: May - Oct.

Lodging Rates: Low Season $100.90-$132.90 High Season $118.90-

$155.90. Open: May - Oct.

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Enderby & Area

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Shuswap Falls RV Resort 43

Tel: (250) 838-6100

www.shuswapfallsrvresort.com

2202 Mabel Lake Rd., Enderby BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $40-$60.

Open: Apr 15 - Oct 11.

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Mabel Lake Golf & Airpark 43

Tel: (250) 309-0820

www.MabelLakeGolf.com

3445 Enderby-Mabel Lake Rd., Enderby BC

Located 35 kms east of Enderby in North Okanagan. 9-hole golf course,

restaurant with takeout and pizza, water sports, boat slips, grass airstrip,

walking and bike paths, some firepits, wedding venue, salmon and trout

fishing. Weekly farmers market nearby.

RV Stay & Play Rates: Serviced $89-$149/night incl. 2 9-hole golf passes.

Open: May - Oct.

Lodging Rates: $135-$475/night $1,295-$2,490/week. Open: May - Oct.

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Dutch Lake Resort & RV Park 48

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

www.dutchlake.com

361 Ridge Dr., Clearwater BC

Located on the shores of scenic Dutch Lake which is stocked annually

with kokanee and rainbow trout. Available activities; swimming, fishing,

kayaking, canoeing, hiking. Picnic tables and firepits at each campsite.

Self-contained cabins and the Painted Turtle Restaurant onsite.

Camping Rates: Serviced $45.71-$49.52. Open: Apr - Nov.

Lodging Rates: Low Season $139-$169 High Season $149-$194.

Open All Year.

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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.

Wells Gray RV Resort & 49

Campground

Tel: (250) 674-0009

www.wellsgraygolfresortandrvpark.com

6624 Clearwater Valley Rd., Clearwater BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $50 Partial Service $50

Unserviced/Tenting $40. Open: May 1 – Oct 1.

Lodging Rates: Check website.

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Grand Forks & Area

Grand Forks Municipal Campground 38

Tel: (250) 442-2211

www.grandforks.ca

7162 5 th St., Grand Forks BC

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. And the wildlife!

Camping Rates: Serviced $30.60-$36 Tenting $17-$20. Open May - Oct.

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Kamloops RV Park & Storage 47

Tel: (250) 573-3789

www.kamloopsrvpark.ca

9225 Dallas Dr., Kamloops BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $45-$50. Open All Year.

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Knutsford/Kamloops RV 47

Campground

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

www.knutsfordcampground.ca

2741 Hwy 5A S., Knutsford BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $50 Partial Service $47

Unserviced/Tenting $35. Open: Mar - Nov.

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Wildlings Resort 32

Tel: (604) 836-5524

http://wildlingsresort.com

8050 Surrey-Sussex Lake Rd., Logan Lake BC

Come enjoy lakefront views and cozy, rustic cabins at Surrey Lake! Get

off the grid and appreciate everything nature has to offer. Now offering

horse trail riding with Inspire Horsemanship. Get outside, let your inner

Wildling out!

Camping Rates: Tenting $25. Open All Year.

Lodging Rates: High Season $95-$115. Open All Year.

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Kamloops Riverview RV Park 47

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

www.kamloopsriverview.com

4395 Trans Canada Hwy E., Kamloops BC

See winter listing page 55

Camping Rates: Serviced $42.50 Partial Service

$42.50 Unserviced $42.50. Open All Year.

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Silver Sage Campground 47

Tel: (250) 828-2077

www.silversagerv.ca

771 Athabasca St. E., Kamloops BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $44 Unserviced/Tenting

$32. Open: Apr - Oct.

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Sunnyside Heights RV Park 47

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

www.sunnysideheights.com

1440 Ord Rd., Kamloops BC

See winter listing page 55

Camping Rates: Serviced $42.50 Partial Service

$42.50 Unserviced $42.50. Open All Year.

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Hitch’N Rail Family Resort 46

Tel: (250) 578-7113

www.hitchnrail.com

2544 Golden Horn Rd., Heffley Lake BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $45-$50 Unserviced $35.

Open May – Oct.

Lodging Rates: $155-$195. Open All Year.

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Pinantan Lake Resort 46

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

www.pinantanlake.bc.ca

2488 Harper Ranch Rd., Pinantan Lake (Nr. Kamloops) BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $40-$50 Tenting $30.

Open: May 15 - Oct 15.

Lodging Rates: Low Season $100-$225

High Season $135-$265. Open All Year.

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Apple Valley Orchard & RV Park 41

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

www.applevalleyrv.ca

1980 Union Rd., Kelowna BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $55-$70.

Rates subject to change. Open All Year.

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Beaver Lake Mountain Resort 41

Tel: (250) 762-2225

www.beaverlakeresort.com

6350 Beaver Lake Rd., Lake Country (Winfield) BC

Camping Rates: Unserviced $39.

Open: May 21 – Oct 11.

Lodging Rates: $150-$275 plus taxes.

Open: May 21 – Oct 11.

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Holiday Park RV & Condo Resort 41

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

www.sweetlife.com

415 Commonwealth Rd., Kelowna BC

See winter listing page 54

Fully-serviced RV sites, furnished Condos, 24/7 security, minutes from

Kelowna International Airport. Surrounded by golf courses, wineries, ski

hills, lakes, shopping. Rent or purchase leasehold RV sites and condos

for vacation or year-round living. Explore the beautiful Okanagan Valley

and come home to Holiday Park!

Camping Rates: Serviced $55-$81. Open All Year.

Lodging Rates $155-$340. Open All Year.

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The Orchard RV Retreat 41

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

www.theorchardrv.ca

4391 Eyles Rd., Oyama BC

See winter listing page 55

Camping Rates: Serviced $40-$55 Partial Service

$35-$45 Unserviced/Tenting $25-$35.

Open All Year.

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Wood Lake RV Park & Marina 41

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

www.woodlakerv.com

2930 Woodsdale Rd., Lake Country BC

See winter listing page 55 and ad same page

Camping Rates: Serviced $35-$95. Open All Year.

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Kelowna to West Kelowna

Okanagan RV Park 41

Tel: (250) 212-0937

www.okanaganrvpark.com

1865 Ross Rd., Kelowna BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $45-$75. Open All Year.

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West Eagle Campground 41

Tel: (250) 768-7426

2325 Old Okanagan Hwy, West Kelowna (Westbank) BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $50 Partial Service $40

Unserviced $30. Open: May 1 - Sep 30.

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Situated in the heart of the Okanagan Valley

OPEN APRIL-OCTOBER

190+ Full Hook Up RV Sites | 67 Slip Marina and Boat Launch | 12 park-like acres along a sandy private beach

Family fun where lifelong memories are made

2930 Woodsdale Road, Lake Country, BC Toll Free: 1-855-766-1881

info@woodlakerv.com | www.woodlakerv.com

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Logan Lake

Logan Lake Municipal Campground 32

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

www.loganlake.ca

480 Campground Ave, Logan Lake BC

See inside front cover

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.

Camping Rates: Partial Service $30 Unserviced $24. Open: May 10 – Sep 30.

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Mile High Resort 32

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

www.milehighresort.com

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

Lodging Rates: $95-$215. Open All Year.

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Oliver

Apple Beach RV Park 35

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

www.AppleBeachRv.com

915 Bulrush Rd., Oliver BC

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.

Camping Rates: Serviced $45-$60. Open All Year.

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Lytton to Spences Bridge

Acacia Grove RV Park & Cabins 30

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

www.acacia-rvpark-cabins.com

3814 Riverview Ave E., Spences Bridge BC

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, free hot showers, flush toilets, pay phones,

games room, horseshoes, lawn bowling, volleyball.

Camping Rates: Serviced $42.75 Partial Service $39.90

Tenting $25-$37.50 plus taxes. Open All Year.

Lodging Rates: $79-$147 incl. taxes. Open All Year.

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Merritt & Area

Moon Shadows RV Park & 33

Campground

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

www.moonshadows.ca

945 Neilson St., Merritt BC

See winter listing page 55

Camping Rates: Serviced $33.50-$48

Partial Service $31-$37 Unserviced $27-$35

Tenting $24-$28.50. Open All Year.

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Desert Gem RV Resort 35

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

www.desertgemrv.com

5753 Main St., Oliver BC

See ad page 29

Modern, clean, friendly 5-star RV Resort. Full hook-ups, long pullthrus,

30/50 amp, cable, WiFi, guest laundry, sparkling washrooms.

Restaurants and shopping next door. Close to all wineries and golf. Offseason

rates/Snowbird deals.

Camping Rates: Serviced $48-$58. Open All Year.

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Desert Lake RV Resort 35

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

www.desertlakerv.com

7156 Merganser Pl., Oliver BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $40-$60. Open All Year.

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Gallagher Lake – A Parkbridge Camping 35

& RV Resort

Tel: (250) 498-3358

www.parkbridge.com/gallagherlake

8439 Hwy 97, Oliver BC

See winter listing page 54 and ad page 13

Pristine and magical place on the northern top of the Sonora Desert.

Nestled in the South Okanagan Valley carved out of the earth during the

ice age. Shadowed by towering ponderosa pines. Spring fed private lake.

Wine capital of Canada.

Camping Rates: Serviced $41.50-$69.35 Partial Service $41.50-$61.50

Tenting $37.50-$48. Open All Year.

Lodging Rates: Low Season $91 High Season $125. Open All Year.

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Peachland & Area

Peachland RV Park 40

Tel: (778) 740-9800

www.peachlandrv.ca

4795 Paradise Valley Dr., Peachland BC

Peachland RV Park, the Okanagan’s newest RV park open year-round,

within 10 mins. from the beaches of West Kelowna and Peachland, is

centrally located off the Coquihalla Connector. Features 81 spacious,

private, fully-serviced forested sites including WiFi and laundry facilities.

Camping Rates: Serviced $26.79-$63.25. Open All Year.

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Lakeside Resort 35

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

www.thelakesideresort.com

6707 Lakeside Dr., Oliver BC

See winter listing page 55

Camping Rates: Serviced $30-$63. Open All Year.

Partial Service $40-$55 Tenting $40-$55 Seasonal.

Lodging Rates: Low Season $97-$158

High Season $138-$318. Open All Year.

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Osoyoos

Brookvale Holiday Resort 35

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

www.brookvalecampground.com

1219 E. Lakeshore Dr., Osoyoos BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $46-$49 Partial Service

$43-$46 Tenting $37-$40. Rates subject to

change. Open: May – Mid-Oct.

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In the heart of Canada’s

Golf & Wine Country

Nk’MIP (Inkameep) Campground & RV Park 35

Tel: (250) 495-7279

https://campingosoyoos.com

8000 45th St., Osoyoos BC

See winter listing page 55

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. Propane station for guests.

Off-season rates.

Camping Rates: Low Season Serviced $45-$65 High Season $65-$85.

Open All Year.

Lodging Rates: Check website. Open All Year.

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250.498.5544 - p

1.888.925.9966 - t.f.

info@desertgemrv.com

www.desertgemrv.com

5753 Main Street, Oliver, BC

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Todd’s RV & Camping 40

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

www.toddsrv.com

3976 Beach Ave, Peachland BC

“Where You Really Want To Be”…65 years of family camping. Lakeside

location. Walk from your site along the beach, Centennial Walkway,

close to amenities. Centrally located to golf, wineries and orchards. Free

showers, central firepit and playground. Experience the Okanagan in our

quaint lakeside community.

Camping Rates: Serviced $40-$80 Unserviced $38-$58.

Open: Mar 15 – Nov 1.

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Rosedale Motel 39

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

www.rosedalemotel.com

14001 Rosedale Ave, Summerland BC

TOP LOCATION! Two blocks off Hwy 97. Walking distance to downtown,

restaurants, shopping. Close to beaches, golfing, wineries, attractions

and KVR train. Heating, a/c, coffeemaker, fridges, flat screen TVs, cable,

free WiFi. Kitchenettes and full kitchens available. BBQs, ice machine,

guest laundry onsite.

Lodging Rates: Low Season $89-$189 High Season $129-$279.

Dog rate $15/day. Open All Year.

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Penticton/Summerland & Area

Princeton & Area

Wright’s Beach Camp 39

Tel: (250) 492-7120

www.wrightsbeachcamp.com

4200 Skaha Lake Rd., Penticton BC

See winter listing page 55

Located off Hwy 97 at south entrance to Penticton on Skaha Lake.

Private sandy beach, shade, waterfront sites, 30 amp, cablevision,

heated outdoor pool, arcade, multi-sport court, daily activities, family

entertainment. Onsite trailer and boat rentals. Quiet family campground.

Call for CP details.

Camping Rates: Serviced $62-$75 Partial Service $62-$75 Unserviced/

Tenting $53. Open All Year.

Lodging Rates: Low Season $92-$214 High Season: $197-$335.

Open All Year.

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Princeton Municipal RV Park & Campground 34

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

https://www.discoverprinceton.ca/e/princeton-rv-campground

365 Hwy 3 E., Princeton BC

See winter listing page 55

The park situated in a well-balanced mixture of trees for shade with

many of the sites backing onto the Similkameen River. Only 2.8 km from

the town of Princeton. The Bronze Sculpture Capital of Canada.

Camping Rates: Partial Service $35-$55 Tenting $30-$35. Open All Year.

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Rock Creek & Area

Kettle River RV Park 37

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

www.kettleriverrv.com

3255 Hwy 3, Rock Creek BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $40-$50 Partial Service

$35-$45 Unserviced/Tenting $20-$30. Reservations

recommended Jul-Aug. Open: May - Oct.

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Salmon Arm & Area

Kettle Valley Villas & RVs 37

Tel: (250) 449-8323

www.kettlevalleyvillas.ca

3232 Beadman Rd., Rock Creek BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $44 Unserviced/Tenting

$30. Rates subject to change. Open All Year.

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Hidden Valley Campground & 44

RV Park

Tel: (250) 253-1322

www.hiddenvalleycampground.ca

6670 Trans Canada Hwy NE., Canoe (Salmon Arm) BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $49-$55 Partial Service

$43-$45 Unserviced $36 Tenting $30.

Open: Apr – Sep.

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Salmon Arm Camping Resort 44

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

www.salmonarmcamping.ca

381 Hwy 97B NE., Salmon Arm BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $43-$59.50.

Open: May 1 - Oct 1 (weather dependent).

Lodging Rates: Check website.

Open: May 1 - Oct 1 (weather dependent).

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Viewpoint RV Park & Cottages 44

Tel: (250) 832-2833

www.viewpointrv.ca

6871 Trans Canada Hwy NW., Salmon Arm BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $48-$61 Tenting $38.

Open: Apr – Mid-Oct.

Lodging Rates: $119-$139. Rates subject to change.

Open: Apr – Mid-Oct.

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Shuswap & Area

Finz Resort 45

Tel: (250) 675-3222

www.finzresort.com

2001 Eagle Bay Rd., Blind Bay BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $45-$90 Tenting $45.

Open: Apr 15 – Oct 15.

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Whispering Pines RV & Tent 44

Tel: (250) 838-6775

www.whisperingpinesrv.com

11 Hamilton Rd., Mara BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $57-$62 Partial Service

$50 Tenting $40. Open: Jun – Sep.

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to the Shuswap, or moving other aquatic invasive species such as

invasive clams from one waterbody to another, you must:

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Clean ALL watercraft, trailers and equipment

including waders and fishing gear.

Drain all compartments and items holding water

(such as bilge, wells and buckets) onto dry land.

Dry all items completely before launching

into another body of water.

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Woodhaven Campground 45

Tel: (250) 835-4600

www.woodhavencampground.com

4010 Settle Rd., Sorrento BC

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.

Camping Rates: Serviced $60 Unserviced/Tenting $50 incl. taxes.

Open: May - Oct.

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Valemount

Canoe River Campground 51

Tel: (250) 566-9112

www.canoerivercampground.com

6190 Hwy 5 S., Valemount BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $30-$35 Unserviced $25.

Open: May 1 - Oct 31.

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Irvin’s Park & Campground 51

Tel: (250) 566-4781

www.irvinsrvpark.com

360 Loseth Rd., Valemount BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $38-$48 Partial Service

$35-$40 Unserviced $25-$29. Open: Apr 1 - Oct 31.

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Valemount Pines Golf Club, RV 51

Park & Campground

Tel: (250) 566-4550

www.valemountpinesgolfrv.ca

1110 Hwy 5, 1 km N. of Valemount, BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $38 Partial Service $30

Unserviced $21.60. Open: Apr - Oct.

Open in off-season by appointment.

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Cedar Falls Campground & 42

RV Park

Tel: (250) 558-1559

www.cedarfalls.ca

7063 Tillicum Rd., Vernon BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $55-$60 Partial Service

$45-$50 Unserviced/Tenting $35-$40. Open All

Year. Open in off-season by appointment.

Lodging Rates: $85-$105. Monthly rates available. Open All Year.

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Silver Star RV 42

Tel: (250) 542-2808

www.silverstarcampground.com

6310 Stickle Rd., Vernon BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $55 Partial Service $50.

Open All Year.

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Swan Lake RV Resort 42

Tel: (250) 558-1116

www.swanlakervresort.com

8000 Highland Rd., Vernon BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $54-$67. Rates subject to

change. Open: Mar 15 - Oct 31.

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Campground

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

www.burtonhistoricalpark.com

145 Lakeview Park Rd., Burton BC

Camping Rates: Partial Service $33.33-$35.24

Unserviced $26.67-$28.57. Open: May 1 - Sep 30.

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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.

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BC Map Numbers 52 – 65

Castlegar Cabins, RV Park & 52

Campground

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

www.crvp.ca

1725 Hwy 3, Castlegar BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $45 incl. tax. Open All Year.

Lodging Rates: Cabins $125.20

Park Models $148.20 incl. tax. Open All Year.

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Cranbrook

Cranbrook/St. Eugene (KOA) 57

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

www.steugene.ca

7777 Mission Rd., Cranbrook BC

Beautiful campground located at the St. Eugene Resort with world-class

golf course, spectacular views of the Rocky Mountains. Large sites,

food and beverage delivered to your site, golf shuttle, games room,

hospitality, BBQ area. Casino, restaurants, and outdoor activities.

Camping Rates: Serviced $45-$85 Tenting $35-$42. Open: Apr 1 - Oct 12.

Lodging Rates: $114-$199 Cabin $109-$139.

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Creston & Area

Castlegar Golf Club & RV Park 52

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

www.golfcastlegar.com

1602 Aaron Rd., Castlegar BC

Camping Rates: Partial Service $36 Unserviced/

Tenting $21. Open: Apr 15 - Oct 15.

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Kootenay River RV Park 52

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

www.kootenayriverrv.ca

651 Rosedale Rd., Castlegar BC

Welcome to our clean, quiet, adult 18+ RV Park. Located at the rivers’

edge, near the convergence of the Kootenay and Columbia Rivers. An

excellent base station while exploring the many places and activities our

area has to offer.

Camping Rates: Serviced $40-$48. Open: Apr – Nov.

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Arrow Mountain RV 56

Tel: (250) 428-1882

www.arrowmountainrv.com

1809 Hwy 3A, Creston BC

Located in the heart of beautiful Creston Valley. 24 full-service lots

with 15/30/50 amp sites. Free WiFi and showers. Onsite restaurant, dry

cleaning, laundry and car rentals. Boating and fishing on Kootenay Lake

at our doorstep.

Camping Rates: Serviced $45-$48. Open All Year.

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Mountain Park Resort 56

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

www.mountainprk.com

4021 Hwy 3, (Erickson) Creston BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $32-$54 Partial Service

$32-$54 Unserviced $32 Tenting $32-$42.

Open All Year.

Lodging Rates: Low Season $80-$90

High Season $90-$100. Open All Year.

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Pair-a-Dice RV Park & Campground 56

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

www.pairadicepark.com

1322 Northwest Blvd., Hwy 3, Creston BC

Conveniently located on Hwy 3 in town, just a few mins. walk to

shopping and restaurants. Quiet grassy sites, 65’ pull-thrus. Upgraded

WiFi. Very clean washrooms. Creston has award-winning wineries, golf,

orchards and scenic hiking.

Camping Rates: Serviced $44-$51 Partial Service $35-$39 Tenting $29.

Open All Year.

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Fairmont Hot Springs

Spruce Grove RV Park & 60

Campground

Tel: (250) 345-6561 Toll: 1-888-629-4004

www.fairmonthotsprings.com

5250 Spruce Grove Frontage Hwy 93/95,

Fairmont Hot Springs BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $50-$75 Partial Service

$50-$75 Unserviced/Tenting $33-$38.50.

Open: May 19 – Sep 8.

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Fernie

Fernie RV Resort 58

Toll: 1-844-343-2233

www.fernieRVresort.com

2001 6 th Ave, Fernie BC

See winter listing page 55

Camping Rates: Serviced $52-$105

Unserviced/Tenting $35-$42. Open All Year.

Yurt Rates: Low Season $99 High Season $125.

Open All Year.

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Fairmont Hot Springs RV Resort 60

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

www.fairmonthotsprings.com

5225 Fairmont Resort Rd., Fairmont Hot Springs BC

See winter listing page 55

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. Pet friendly.

Camping Rates: Serviced $51-$99.75. Open: Apr – Oct.

Lodging Rates: $150-$500. Open: Apr – Oct.

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Yoho National Park 63

Tel: (250) 343-6783 (Seasonal)

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

www.pc.gc.ca/yoho

Trans Canada Hwy, East of Golden

Sleep under the stars in four front country campsites featuring

spectacular waterfalls, soaring peaks and world-renowned Burgess

Shale Fossil Beds - hikes available - fees apply. No hookups. Showers

at Kicking Horse only. See website for up-to-date information. National

Park Pass and Camping Permit required.

Camping Rates: Per Site Unserviced $16.05-$28. Rates subject to

change. Open: Mid-May - Early Oct. Languages Spoken: English, French.

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Fort Steele & Area

Mountainside Vacation Villas 60

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

www.mountainsidevillas.com

5247 Fairmont Creek Rd., Fairmont Hot Springs BC

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.

Lodging Rates: Low Season $135-$165 High Season $180-$210.

Open All Year.

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Fort Steele Resort & RV Park 57

Tel: (250) 489-4268

www.fortsteele.com

#10 Wardner – Fort Steele Rd., Fort Steele BC

See winter listing page 55

Camping Rates: Serviced $50-$60 Unserviced/

Tenting $39. Open All Year.

Lodging Rates: Low Season $89-$99

High Season $129-$149. Rates subject to change. Open All Year.

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Golden

Golden Golf Club RV Park 62

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

www.golfgolden.com

576 Golf Course Dr., Golden BC

See winter listing page 55

Camping Rates: $39.95 (1-6 nights); $37.95 (7-14

nights); $35.95 (15-20 nights); $29.95 (21+ nights).

Open All Year.

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Glacier National Park 62

Tel: (250) 837-7500 Toll: 1-877-RESERVE (1-877-737-3783)

www.pc.gc.ca/glacier

Trans Canada Hwy, West of Golden

Two frontcountry campgrounds near Rogers Pass. Enjoy the exceptional

scenery of the Columbia Mountains while camping in a national historic

site. No hookups, no showers. Fire permit $8.80. National Park Pass

required. Reservations recommended for Loop Brook Campground only.

Camping Rates: Per Site Unserviced/Tenting $21.97. Rates subject

to change. Open: Late Jun – Late Sep. (Opening dates may vary).

Languages Spoken: English, French.

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Golden Municipal Campground 62

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

www.goldenmunicipalcampground.com

1411 9th Street S., Golden BC

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. Senior’s discount. Check

website for CP Policy. Convenience store, WiFi and laundry.

Camping Rates: Partial Service $38-$50 Unserviced $35.

Open: Apr 1 – Oct 31

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Whispering Spruce Campground & RV Park 62

Tel: (250) 344-6680

www.whisperingsprucecampground.com

1430 Golden View Rd., Golden BC

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. Weekly and monthly rates.

Camping Rates: Serviced $49 Tenting $37. Open: Apr 15 – Nov 15.

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Campers Haven RV & Tent Park 64

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

yvonguay0@gmail.com

2779 DeJordie Rd., Donald BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $39.95 Partial Service

$32.95-$35.95 Unserviced $30-$32.95 Tenting

$29.95. Open: May – Nov.

Lodging Rates: Motel $65.95-$85.95

Chalets $120-$150. Open All Year.

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Kimberley Riverside Campground 57

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

www.kimberleycampground.com

500 St. Mary Lake Rd., Kimberley BC

Beautiful family campground located on the stunning St. Mary River. 8.5

km from Kimberley city centre. New for 2021: Rental RVs and glamping

tents. Play our 18-hole mini-golf course and enjoy unlimited outdoor

recreation opportunities. Make memories at the Kimberley Riverside

Campground. Open: Apr 15 - Oct 15

Camping Rates: Serviced $43-$60 Partial Service $40-$49

Unserviced/Tenting $31-$35.

Lodging Rates: Check website.

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Kootenay Lake & Area

Soul’s Paradise 55

Tel: (250) 201-9441

www.soulsparadise.ca

16961 Pilot Bay Rd., Kootenay Bay BC

See winter listing page 55

Camping Rates: Serviced $45 Partial Service $45

Unserviced $25. Open All Year.

Lodging Rates: $80-$200. Open All Year.

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Nakusp

KBR Campground 54

Tel: (250) 265-4212

www.kbrcampground.com

1701 Hwy 23 N., Nakusp BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $35-$45 Partial Service

$30 Unserviced/Tenting $25. Add’l unit $10.

Open All Year.

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Campground

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

www.nakusphotsprings.com

8500 Hot Springs Rd. NW., Nakusp BC

Camping Rates: Partial Service $32.38 Unserviced

$26.67 Tenting $20. Online reservations.

Rates subject to change. Open: May 1 - Oct 15.

Lodging Rates: Low Season $79-$185 High Season $86-$215.

Open All Year.

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Nakusp Municipal Campground 54

Tel: (250) 265-1061

www.nakuspcampground.com

4th St. at 10th Ave NW., Nakusp BC

Camping Rates: Partial Service $30 Unserviced $25.

Rates subject to change. Open: May - Oct.

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Radium Hot Springs & Area

Canyon RV Resort on Sinclair Creek 61

Tel: (250) 347-9564

www.canyonrv.com

5012 Sinclair Creek Rd., Radium Hot Springs BC

Well-known campground in booming resort village. Located in private

valley, with stream running through it. Spectacular washrooms, groomed

lawns, mature trees. Close to hot springs and too much golf! Good home

base for trips to Banff and Lake Louise. Reservations recommended.

NO TENTING.

Camping Rates: Serviced $50-$65. Open: Apr 15 - Oct 30.

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Kootenay National Park 61

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 showcase mountain peaks, turquoise rivers

and steamy hot springs. Redstreak offers reservations. Services and

operating seasons vary. See website for up-to-date information. National

Park Pass and Camping permit required.

Camping Rates: Per Site Serviced $33.01-$39.04 Unserviced $21.97-$28.

oTENTik $122.64/night. Rates subject to change.

Open: Mid-May - Early Oct. Languages Spoken: English, French.

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Redstreak Campground

Toll: 1-877-737-3783

www.pc.gc.ca/knp-otentiks

7500 Redstreak Campground Rd., Radium Hot Springs BC

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. See website for up-to-date information.

National Park Pass and Camping permit required. Visit www.reservation.

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

Lodging Rates: $122.64/night. CP 3 days prior to scheduled arrival will

receive full refund, less reservation and CP fee. Open: Mid-May – Mid-

Oct. Languages Spoken: English, French.

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Revelstoke & Area

Camping App

Canyon Hot Springs Resort 65

Tel: (250) 837-2420

www.canyonhotsprings.com

Hwy 1, 35 kms east of Revelstoke BC

Natural mineral hot springs, secluded campsites, coin-showers,

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

Located on the Trans Canada Hwy, 35 km E. of Revelstoke.

Camping Rates: Partial Service $48-$58 Unserviced $39-$45.

Open: Mid-May – Mid-Sep.

Lodging Rates: $105-$345. Open: Mid-May – Mid-Sep.

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Lamplighter Campground 65

Tel: (250) 837-3385

www.lamplightercampground.com

1760 Nixon Rd., Revelstoke BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $41-$50 Partial Service

$36-$40 Unserviced/Tenting $30-$34.

Rates subject to change. Open: May – Sep.

Check website, open dates may vary.

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Mount Revelstoke National Park 65

Tel: (250) 837-7500 Toll: 1-877-RESERVE (1-877-737-3783)

www.pc.gc.ca/revelstoke

Meadows in the Sky Parkway

Brand new in 2020. Snowforest Campground features walk-in tenting

sites to large pull-thru sites. Adjacent access to trails in lush cedar and

hemlock forest. 5 km drive or 3 km bike to downtown Revelstoke. Fire

permit $8.80. National Park Pass required. Reservations recommended.

Camping Rates: Per Site Partial Service $33.01 (electric) Unserviced/

Tenting $28. Open: Late May – Early Oct. (Opening dates may vary).

Lodging Rates: MicrOcube $122.64/night. Rates subject to change.

Open: Late May – Early Oct. (Opening dates may vary). Languages

Spoken: English, French.

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Revelstoke Campground & RV Resort 65

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

www.revelstokecampground.com

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

See ad same page

Revelstoke Campground is nestled in treed meadow with views of snow

covered mountains. Our secure family-oriented campground offers

heated pool, trails, duck pond, playground, laundry, free hot showers,

WiFi station, full hookups and pull-thru sites.

Camping Rates: Serviced $48-$62 Partial Service $43-$48

Unserviced/Tenting $38-$43. Open: May 1 - Thanksgiving.

Lodging Rates: Cabin $75-$99 Chalet $178-$218.

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Williamson Lake Campground 65

Tel: (250) 837-8806

www.williamsonlakecampground.ca

1817 Williamson Lake Rd., Revelstoke BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $37-$43 Partial Service

$32-$37 Unserviced/Tenting $27-$32.

Open: May 1 – Oct 4.

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Elkford Municipal Campground 59

Tel: (250) 865-4019

www.elkford.ca

350 Hwy 43, Elkford BC

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.

Camping Rates: Serviced $22 Unserviced/Tenting $20

Add’l units $10 ea. Open: May Long Weekend – Oct 31 (weather permitting).

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City of Trail RV Park 52

Tel: (250) 364-0841 Toll: 1-877-767-0400

www.trail.ca/RVPark

7500 Hwy 3B, Trail BC

Camping Rates: $30/night, $168/weekly plus taxes.

Advanced credit payment only.

Open: May 1 – Sep 30.

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Violating these regulations could cost you $1,150.

If a violation causes a wildfire, the person responsible may also be ordered to pay all firefighting and associated costs.

CAMPFIRE SIZE

A campfire is defined as a fire no larger than 0.5

metres high than that are considered Category

2 open fires and are illegal if Category 2 open

burning prohibitions are in effect.

8 LITRES OR A HAND TOOL

You must keep at least eight litres of water or a

hand tool on hand at all times while your

campfire is lit.

Super Camping/Select Lodging - Kootenay Rockies

0.5 metres

0.5 metres

PUTTING OUT YOUR FIRE

Before you leave the area for any amount

of time, your campfire MUST be fully

extinguished. The ashes of your fire must

be cool to the touch.

FUEL BREAK

You must have a fuel break around your campfire.

This area must be cleared of debris and anything

combustible. It needs to be wide enough to stop the

spread of the fire. A rock ring around the fire can also

help prevent it from spreading.

You MUST NOT leave your fire unattended for ANY length of time.

Report wildfires, unattended campfires or violations of regulations by calling

*5555 on a cell or 1 800 663-5555 toll-free.

BCwildfire.ca

@BCGovFireInfo

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Fraser R.

summer only

Quesnel R.

Relive the history of the Cariboo Gold Rush while exploring this “Land Without Limits” and come explore

the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast region. With more than 100,00 square kilometres of land stretching from the

foothills of the Cariboo Mountains in the east, to the towering Coast Mountains and central coast on the

Pacific Ocean in the west, this is a land of lakes, rivers, forests and adventurous activities!

See page 2 for symbol explanation

BC Map Numbers 66 – 74

Reynolds Resort 69

Tel: (250) 397-2244

www.reynoldsresort.com

3789 Canim-Hendrix Lake Rd., Canim Lake BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $44-$49.

Open: May 15 – Sep 30.

Lodging Rates: $135-$350. Open All Year.

Tall Timbers Resort 70

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

www.talltimbers.ca

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

Beautiful, peaceful resort at Watch Lake is a favourite destination.

Excellent fishing, swimming, hiking, nearby horseback riding and

ATV trails. Large RV sites and well-appointed cabins. Clean showers,

washrooms and laundry facilities. Boat rentals, tackle, ice cream, snacks.

Camping Rates: Partial Service $30-$42. Open: May – Oct.

Lodging Rates: $90-$135. Open: May – Oct.

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Bridge Lake

Cottonwood Bay Resort 71

Tel: (250) 593-2345

www.cottonwood-bay-resort.com

8183 Cottonwood Bay Rd., Bridge Lake BC

Camping Rates: Partial Service $33 Tenting $25.

Open: May 15 – Oct 15.

Lodging Rates: $175-$320. Open: May 15 – Oct 15.

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Kayanara Guest Ranch & Resort 69

Tel: (250) 397-0221

www.kayanara.com

3446 Hendrix Rd., Eagle Creek BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $49. Open: May - Oct.

Lodging Rates: $140-$230. Open All Year.

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Fawn Lake Resort 70

Tel: (250) 593-4654

www.fawnlakeresort.com

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

4 km off Hwy 24. Quiet wilderness setting. Excellent fishing and

birdwatching. Charming classic and modern lakefront log cabins.

Lakeshore or treed RV campsites. Luxurious shower, washroom, laundry

facilities. Boat, kayak, canoe rentals. Playground with trampoline.

Deutsch/Francais.

Camping Rates: Serviced $35 Unserviced $27. Open: May - Oct.

Lodging Rates: $95-$160. Open: Mar – Dec.

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Moosehaven Resort 70

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

www.MoosehavenResort.com

7563 Pettyjohn Rd., Hathaway Lake BC

No dogs for camping or lodging.

Camping Rates: Serviced $32-$47.

Open: Apr 1 – Nov 30.

Lodging Rates $87-$152. Open: Apr 1 – Nov 30.

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155 Wrangler Way,

100 Mile House, BC

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Hixon

Canyon Creek Campground 66

Tel: (250) 998-4384

www.canyoncreekcampground.com

39035 Hwy 97 S., Hixon BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $36 Partial Service $34

Unserviced/Tenting $28. Open: May 1 – Sep 30.

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Cariboo Bonanza Resort 70

Tel: (250) 395-3766

www.cariboobonanza.com

6384 Watson Rd., Lone Butte BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $38-$40 Unserviced/

Tenting $28. Open: May – Sep 30.

Lodging Rates: Rustic Cabins $75-$85

Modern Cabins $100-$110 Luxury Swiss Chalet $205.

Open: May – Sep 30.

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Puntzi Lake/Chilanko Forks

Barney’s Lakeside Resort & Bistro 74

Tel: (250) 481-1100

www.barneyslakesideresort.com

3556 Puntzi Lake Rd., Chilanko Forks BC

GET AWAY FROM IT ALL - 500’ of lakefront on beautiful Puntzi Lake.

Full hookup RV sites, five cabins for rent. Fish for kokanee or rainbow

trout. Guided horseback riding, View horses and White American

Pelicans. Recreation trails for all your outdoor activities.

Camping Rates: Serviced $40 Partial Service $35 Unserviced/Tenting

$30. Open: May 20 - Oct 1.

Lodging Rates: 1-Bedroom Cabin $100; 2-Bedroom Cabin $145;

6-Bedroom Cabin $150-$300.

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Kokanee Bay Resort 67

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

https://kokaneebayresort.com/

3728 Hwy 97, Lac La Hache BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $33-$40 Unserviced $30.

Open: May – Oct.

Lodging Rates: $89-$129. Open All Year.

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Lillooet & Area

Fraser Cove Campground & Guest Cottage 73

Tel: (250) 256-0142

www.frasercove.com

1234 Davis Rd., Lillooet BC

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 fully-equipped private.

Camping Rates: Serviced $40-$50 Tenting $35. Open: May 1 – Oct 1.

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Evergreen Fishing Resort 72

Tel: (250) 459-2372

www.evergreenfishingresort.ca

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

Camping Rates: Serviced $35 Partial Service $30

Unserviced/Tenting $26. Open: May 1 - Oct 15.

Lodging Rates: $80-$200. Open: May 1 - Oct 15.

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Woodlands Fishin Resort & 74

Puntzi Restaurant/Bakery

Tel: (250) 481-0011

www.woodlandsfishinresort.com

3964 Puntzi Lake Rd., Chilanko Forks BC

Puntzi Lake is a hidden gem. Lakefront rustic cabins and grassy sites.

Onsite restaurant and bakery. Motorboat, kayak, canoe rentals. Fishing,

hiking, wildlife, ATVing or relax in peaceful, quiet wilderness. Enjoy

evening fire and our beautiful sunrises over the lake.

Camping Rates: Serviced $40 Partial Service $35

Unserviced/Tenting $30. Open: May – Oct 1.

Lodging Rates: High Season $85-$140. Open: May – Oct 1.

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Sheridan Lake

Loon Bay Resort on 70

Sheridan Lake

Tel: (250) 593-4431

www.loonbayresort.com

7250 Texas Rd., Sheridan Lake BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $40-$42 Partial Service

$38 Unserviced/Tenting $30. Open: May - Oct.

Lodging Rates: $89-$150. Open: May - Oct.

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Sheridan Lake Resort 70

Tel: (250) 593-4611

www.sheridanlakeresort.com

7510 Magnussen Rd., Sheridan Lake (Lone Butte) BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $38 Tenting $38. Open:

May 15 - Oct 15.

Lodging Rates: $102-$125. Open All Year.

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Piper’s Glen Resort 77

Tel: (250) 690-7565

www.pipersglenresort.com

14108 Hwy 16 E., Fort Fraser BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $35 Partial Service $32

Unserviced/Tenting $26. Open: May - Sep.

Lodging Rates: $60-$100. Open May – Oct 15.

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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.

See page 2 for symbol explanation

BC Map Numbers 75 – 82

Kitimat

Hirsch Creek Park 82

Tel: (250) 632-8955

www.kitimat.ca

225 Hwy 37, Kitimat BC

Camping Rates: Unserviced/Tenting $16.

Open: May 21 – Oct.

Lodging Rates: $16/night. Open: May 21 – Oct.

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Tel: (250) 632-8955

www.kitimat.ca

165 Third St., Kitimat BC

Camping Rates: Partial Service $27 Unserviced $23.

Open: May 21 – Oct.

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Kitwanga

DREAM - EXPLORE - DISCOVER

FRASER LAKE, BC

Kitwanga River RV Campground (formerly 80

Cassiar Mountain RV Park)

Tel: (250) 849-5799 Toll: 1-888-678-7275

www.kitwangarivercampground.com

1535 Barcalow Rd., Kitwanga BC

A hidden gem tucked away in the Pacific Northwest. Perfect

campground for families and adventure seekers. The Kitwanga river

winds through, offering steelhead fishing, salmon enumeration facility.

Kitwanga Valley offers a wide range of activities, hiking trails, offroading,

lakes and hunting.

Camping Rates: Serviced $40-$42 Partial Service $35 Unserviced $30

Tenting $25-$30. Open: May 1 – Nov 1.

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Where Nature is our Doorstep

Free Lakeside Municipal Camping

Visit www.fraserlake.ca

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McBride

Beaverview RV Park & Campground 75

Tel: (250) 569-2513

www.beaverviewpark.com

2435 Hwy 16 E., McBride BC

Visit the beautiful Robson Valley. Tents, pull-thru sites, power, water, hot

showers and laundry. Access to McBride Mountain Trails and McBride

Peak for hiking and mountain biking. 50 mins. to Ancient Forest.

Camping Rates: Partial Service $35-$40 Tenting $22-$28.

Open: May 1 – Sep 30.

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Prince George & Area

Smithers & Area

Fort Telkwa Riverfront RV Park 78

Tel: (250) 846-5012

www.forttelkwa.com

11939 Hwy 16 E., Telkwa BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $35-$37.

Open: May 1 - Oct 31.

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RV Park

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

www.glacierviewrvpark.com

9028 Nouch Frontage Rd., Smithers BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $28-$38.

Self-contained RVs only. No tenting.

Open: May 21 - Sep 30

Lodging Rates: $90-$140 double occupancy.

Open All Year.

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Riverside Municipal 79

Campground & RV Park

Tel: (250) 847-1600

www.smithers.ca

3843 19th Ave, Smithers BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $37.90 Unserviced $30.50

Tenting $24.20. Rates subject to change.

Open: May 15 – Sep.

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Blue Cedars RV Park & Campground 76

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

https://bluecedarsrvpark.com

4433 Kimball Rd., Prince George BC

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.

Camping Rates: Check website. Open All Year.

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Northern Experience RV Park & 76

Campground

Tel: (250) 963-7577

www.northernexperiencerv.com

9180 Cariboo Hwy 97 S., Prince George BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $39-$42 Partial Service

$33-$35 Tenting $25. Open All Year.

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Witset RV Park & Campground 79

Tel: (250) 847-1471 Toll: 1-800-881-1218

www.tourismwitset.com

159 Telkwa High Rd., Smithers (Witset) BC

Camping Rates: Serviced $30-$35 Partial Service

$25 Tenting $15. Open: May - Sep.

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Wild Duck Motel & RV Park 81

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

www.wildduckmotel-rv.com

5504 Hwy 16 W., Terrace BC

Monthly rates available.

Camping Rates: Serviced $35-$40. Open All Year.

Lodging Rates: Check website. Open All Year.

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“Bare” Campsites are Safe Campsites

Every year, thousands of animals get into

conflict with people as a result of human

behaviours and practices.

Anything that has an odour can

attract bears and other wildlife.

Never leave these items unattended

or bring them into your sleeping area.

Keep it ‘bare’ when you’re not

there or when you’re sleeping.

This will keep you and your

camping neighbours safe.

Learn more about wildlife and staying safe at www.wildsafebc.com

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1,700 campgrounds, offering unique camping experiences:

YOU

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HERE!

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• BC Parks (Provincial campgrounds)

• Parks Canada (National campgrounds)

• Recreation Sites and Trails BC

• RV Sales, Service & RV Rentals

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Alberta

Aspen Crossing Campground, Mossleigh, AB,

page 49

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Lost Lemon Campground, Blairmore (Crows

Nest), AB, page 49

Riverbend Campground, Okotoks (Nr. Calgary),

AB, page 49

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Outwest Camping & RV Park, Rocky Mountain

House, AB, page 49

Riverview Campground, Rocky Mountain

House, AB, page 50

Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site,

Rocky Mountain House, page 50

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ALBERTA

Straddling the BC-Alberta border are the stunning Canadian Rockies with towering snow-covered mountains, glaciers, turquoise

lakes and alpine meadows. In Southern Alberta the city of Calgary offers international sights, sounds and flavours. For dinosaur

history, travel to the Canadian Badlands. Head on to the Cowboy Trail (Hwy 22), following the foothills of the Rockies through

grasslands and soaring snow-covered mountains, and horse riding and rodeos are popular. There’s so much to explore in Alberta.

Calgary

Riverbend Campground 2

Tel: (403) 938-2017 Toll: 1-866-938-2017

www.riverbendcampground.ca

48033 370 Ave E., Okotoks (Nr. Calgary) AB

See winter listing page 55

River, volleyball, green spaces, tetherball, four seat bikes, golf carts,

mini-golf, three parks, store, firewood, propane, beaches, fishing, paddle

boats, seasonal tenting, dump station.

Camping Rates: Serviced $50 Partial Service $40

Unserviced/Tenting $30. Open All Year.

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See page 2 for symbol explanation

Outwest Camping & RV Park 4

Tel: (403) 844-3083

www.outwestcamping.com

381070 Range Rd 10-0, Rocky Mountain House AB

Camping Rates: Serviced $48-$50 Partial Service

$44-$47.25 Unserviced $30-$31. Open: May 1 – Oct 1.

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Crowsnest Pass

Lost Lemon Campground 1

Tel: (403) 562-2932

www.lostlemon.com

11001 19 Ave, Blairmore AB

Camping Rates: Serviced $50 Partial Service $48

Tenting $30. Open All Year.

Lodging Rates: $120. Open All Year.

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Mossleigh

Celebrating our Railway Ties!

We are so excited to announce that the

new campsites are open for booking.

Aspen Crossing Campground 3

Tel: (403) 534-2129 Toll: 1-866-440-3500

www.aspencrossing.com

1 Mile West of Mossleigh on Hwy 24, Mossleigh AB

See ad same page

Aspen Crossing offers great food choices from Bergquist House Tavern,

retail therapy at the Station, plant pickup from the Greenhouse and

Escape Room puzzle fun. Aspen Crossing is located just 45 mins. southeast

of Calgary on Hwy 24. Book your getaway today!

Camping Rates: Serviced $35-$70 Partial Service $30-$65 Unserviced/

Tenting $28-$35. Open All Year.

Lodging Rates: Low Season $95-$250 High Season: $150-$370.

Open All Year.

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OUR CAMPGROUND FEATURES MANY

MODERN AMENITIES INCLUDING:

• Coin Showers • Flush Toilets • Group Camping

• Fully Serviced Sites • Sani-dump Stations • Big Rig

Friendly • Playground • Professional Helpful Staff

Mossleigh, AB (866) 440-3500

info@aspencrossing.com

www.aspencrossing.com

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Super Camping/Select Lodging - Alberta

CANADIAN ROCKIES, ALBERTA TO

THE COAST MOUNTAINS, BRITISH COLUMBIA

Experience a road trip of a lifetime. Enjoy breathtaking scenery

infused with rich Canadian history as you drive from Calgary,

Alberta to Vancouver, British Columbia. Wind your way

through breathtaking snow-capped alpine peaks and around iridescent

aquamarine lakes. Witness the highest mountain peak in Canada

(Mount Robson 3,954 m) and discover limestone formations.

Setting out from Calgary drive west to Banff. As well as the breathtaking

scenery and adventure opportunities, Western Canada’s oldest

natural history museum, Banff Park Museum, is here with interpretive

programs and exhibits. Learn about the wildlife and see it up close in

a safe environment.

Head to Lake Louise and Jasper. Take the 7 minute alpine ride on

the Jasper Skytram with an on-board host who provides great commentary.

The largest glacial lake in the Canadian Rockies is Maligne

Lake. Stop for a boat tour followed by afternoon tea at the beautiful

chalet while savouring the world famous views.

Lillooet

Crossing from Alberta into British Columbia follow signs to Valemount/Kamloops.

Go whitewater rafting on the Fraser River or for a

gentler activity, paddle or fish Kinbasket Lake.

Stop awhile in Wells Gray Provincial Park. Do a spot of hiking on

one of the many paths and check out a waterfall or two.

Head south and turn off onto Interlakes Hwy/Hwy 24. Known as

the Fishing Highway there is access to over 100 lakes. The highway is

also rich with history, as it connects Little Fort in the east to 100 Mile

House in the west. A route that parallels a similar one used centuries

ago by fur traders.

As you near the end of this highway look for signs to Lillooet.

Explore Marble Canyon Provincial Park which offers opportunities

to see wildlife, rock climb, scuba dive and more. View the sheer limestone

rock formations carved out of the Pavilion Mountain range and

brilliant colours of sparkling lakes. Pavilion Lake is a popular spot for

swimming, canoeing and kayaking.

Take some time to visit Hat Creek Ranch where you can go back

in time and learn about the Gold Rush days via costumed local

interpreters.

Continuing on Hwy 99 brings you to Whistler with an abundance

of bike trails, hiking and lots of adventure such as the Peak to Peak

Gondola, ziplining, helicopter or float

plane sightseeing tour.

Heading south towards Vancouver

takes you through Squamish and the Sea

to Sky Gondola which whisks you up

885 m to viewing platforms with stunning

views over Howe Sound and the

surrounding mountains. Also, take a train

ride in an underground mine and experience

the life of a miner in the early 1900s

at the Britannia Mine Museum.

For more on this trip

Riverview Campground 4

Tel: (403) 845-4422

www.riverview-campground.com

400009 Range Rd 7-3A, Rocky Mountain House AB

See winter listing page 55

Let Riverview campground be part of your camping adventure. Travel

along the most breathtaking route connecting AB with BC along

Hwy#11. Family-friendly camping along the North Saskatchewan River

minutes from Rocky Mountain House.

Camping Rates: Serviced $48.50 Partial Service $46.50-$48.50

Tenting $31.50. Open All Year.

Lodging Rates: $89. Open All Year.

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Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site 4

Toll: 1-877-737-3783

www.reservation.pc.gc.ca/rockymountainhouse

6 km West of Rocky Mountain House on Hwy 11A,

Rocky Mountain House AB

Discover a historic fur trade post along the North Saskatchewan River,

and camp in a tipi, Métis trapper tent, or trapline cabin. Experience

interactive exhibits, a play fort, wild bison viewing, hiking and biking

trails, friendly heritage presenters, and more. Stay awhile.

For up-to-date trip planning information, please visit:pc.gc.ca/rockymountainhouse.

Camping Rates: Trailer/Tent $26.06/night, Tipis/Métis Trapper Tent,

$60.09/night and Trapline Cabin, $122.64/night. Open: May 14 – Sep

30. Languages Spoken: English, French.

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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

and Alberta. 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 and Alberta 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.

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Vancouver Island & The Gulf Islands

GalaxyRV - Duncan 8

Tel: (250) 597-2420

info@galaxyrv.net

www.galaxyrv.net

6854 Trans Canada Hwy, Duncan BC

GalaxyRV sells and services new and used RVs.

Located on Vancouver Island with three locations in

Duncan, Langford and Parksville. GalaxyRV carries

brands like Dutchmen, Forest River, Shasta and more! Visit any of our

island locations for great deals on new or used RVs and for parts and

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Tel: (250) 590-7475

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4373 Westshore Parkway, Victoria BC

GalaxyRV sells and services new and used RVs.

Located on Vancouver Island with three locations in

Duncan, Langford and Parksville. GalaxyRV carries

brands like Dutchmen, Forest River, Shasta and more! Visit any of our

island locations for great deals on new or used RVs and for parts and

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Tel: (250) 947-9314

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1390 Industrial Way, Parksville BC

GalaxyRV sells and services new and used RVs.

Located on Vancouver Island with three locations in

Duncan, Langford and Parksville. GalaxyRV carries

brands like Dutchmen, Forest River, Shasta and more! Visit any of our

island locations for great deals on new or used RVs and for parts and

service accessories.

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

bellsauto@shaw.ca

www.AandHRV.com

2016 Paramount Cres., Abbotsford BC

A&H RV Rentals & Service is family-owned and

operated in the Fraser Valley. Offering year-round

rentals with quality units and competitive rates,

tent trailers and travel trailers. We offer full mechanical maintenance

and repairs. Located on the south side of Hwy 1, Clearbrook Rd., Exit 87,

across from Woody’s RV. Hours of operation are Mon-Sat 8am-5pm.

We also rent hitches and equalizer bars.

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Tel: (403) 259-5447

Toll: 1-800-347-9126 (within North America)

booking@canadream.com

www.canadream.com

8223 92nd St., Delta BC

CanaDream has a fleet of more than 800 vehicles

available for rent from seven locations across

Canada. CanaDream has small and large RVs for hire for one to six

guests. Our RVs have custom features exclusive to CanaDream. Rent a

motorhome from CanaDream and experience Canada at your own pace.

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Tel: (604) 527-1102 Toll: 1-800-661-2441

fraserway@fraserway.com

www.fraserway.com

747 Cliveden Pl., Delta BC

Fraserway is Canada’s largest RV Rental company

with locations in Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton,

Whitehorse, Toronto and Halifax. Our rental fleet consists of truck campers,

motorhomes and van conversions. Explore your own province this summer

in the safety and comfort of your own rental RV.

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

info@oconnorrv.com

www.oconnorgroup.com

44430 Yale Rd. W., Chilliwack BC

See ad page 22

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!

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Rentals

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

info@meridianrv.com

www.meridianrv.com

1690 Coast Meridian Rd., Port Coquitlam BC

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 RVs to choose from with top manufacturers such

as Keystone, Dutchmen, Forest River and Winnebago. Also offering RV

rentals, a huge parts and accessories store and large service and repairs

department.

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Tel: (604) 854-1288 Toll: 1-844-854-1288

info@woodysrv.com

www.woodysrv.com

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WINTER CAMPING & RVING

Western Canada 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 Western Canada.

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 Western Canada 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.

Super Camping - Winter Camping & RVing

Vancouver Island

Vancouver Coast & Mountains

Thompson Okanagan

Kootenay Rockies

Alberta

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

Alder Bay RV Resort & Marina

1 Alder Bay Rd., Port McNeill,

See Summer listing page 9

$34-$41

Call for

details

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Bates Beach Oceanfront Resort

5726 Coral Rd., Courtenay,

See Summer listing page 5

$55-$60

Call for

details

Call for

details

off

season

only

Call for

details

4 4 4 4 4 4

Bradsdadsland Campsite

2105 Shingle Spit Rd.,

Hornby Island,

See Summer listing page 6

$36.50

7th night

free

$450 4 4

Power/

4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Water

Coombs Country Campground

2619 Alberni Hwy, Coombs,

See Summer listing page 5

$35-$50

$210-

$350

Call for

details

Call for

details

4 4 4 4 4 4

Select

4 4 4

Sites

Call

for

details

Country Maples RV Resort

9010 Trans Canada Hwy,

Chemainus,

See Summer listing page 5

$49

Starting

from

$800

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

Crystal Cove Beach Resort

1165 Cedarwood Pl., Tofino,

See Summer listing page 10 $55 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Living Forest Oceanside

Campground & RV

6 Maki Rd., Nanaimo,

See Summer listing page 7

4 4 4

Call for

details

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 12

$48-$50

Call for

details

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

Pacific Playgrounds Resort

& Marina

9082 Clarkson Ave,

Black Creek,

See Summer listing page 5

4

$550-

$750

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

Paradise Sea-Side Resort

375 W Island Hwy, Parksville,

See Summer listing page 8

Call for

details

4 4 4 4 4

Pathfinder Camp Resorts -

Parksville

380 Martindale Rd., Parksville,

See Summer listing page 8

Call for

details

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Pedder Bay RV Resort &

Marina

925 Pedder Bay Dr.,

(Metchosin) Victoria,

See Summer listing page 12

$49-$79

$1200-

$1800

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

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Super Camping - Winter Camping & RVing

Vancouver Island

Vancouver Coast & Mountains

Thompson Okanagan

Kootenay Rockies

Alberta

Port Hardy RV Resort

8080 Goodspeed Rd.,

Port Hardy,

See Summer listing page 9

Rondalyn - A Parkbridge

Camping & RV Resort

1350 Timberlands Rd.,

Ladysmith,

See Summer listing page 8

Salish Seaside RV Haven

445 Head St., Victoria,

See Summer listing page 12

Salmon Point Resort RV Park

& Marina

2176 Salmon Point Rd.,

Campbell River,

See Summer listing page 4

Sea Flame Beach Resort

6383 Island Hwy W.,

Qualicum Bay,

See Summer listing page 9

Surf Grove Campground

1451 Pacific Rim Hwy, Tofino,

See Summer listing page 11

Daily Winter Rates

$40

Call for

details

$41 $242

$65-$105

$40-$45

Weekly

$390-

$630

$240-

$252

Monthly

Call for

details

Call for

details

$1299-

$1699

$625-

$675

Seasonal

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 4 4 4 4

Call for

details

Open All Winter

Big Rig Friendly

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

$40-$50 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Full Hook-up Sites

$35-$69 4 $1,080 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Metered/Electricity

Rec Hall/Clubhouse

Pets Permitted

WiFi

Cable TV Onsite

Laundromat

Showers

Flush Toilets

Propane Pigs

Skirting Allowed

Thunderbird RV Park & Resort

2660 Spit Rd., Campbell River,

See Summer listing page 4

$38-$40

$228-

$246

$585-

$615

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Burnaby Cariboo RV Park

8765 Cariboo Pl., Burnaby,

See Summer listing page 18

$43-$73

$238-

$357.50

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 14

$45

Starting

from

$800

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

Capilano River RV Park

295 Tomahawk Ave,

West Vancouver,

See Summer listing page 18

$48-$64

$290-

$350

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Eagle Wind RV Park

26920 52nd Ave, Aldergrove,

See Summer listing page 14

$50

Call for

details

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Pathfinder Camp Resorts -

Agassiz

6110 Lougheed Hwy, Agassiz,

See Summer listing page 14

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 20

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Sunshine Valley RV Resort

& Cabins

14850 Alpine Blvd.,

(Sunshine Valley) Hope,

See Summer listing page 16

$45 4

Starting

from

$650

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

Tsawwassen RV Resort

4761 Nulelum Way, (Hawk Lane

Entrance), Tsawwassen,

See Summer listing page 19

$55-$75 $250

$700-

$1000

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 29

$41.50

$600-

$630

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

Holiday Park RV & Condo

Resort

415 Commonwealth Rd.,

Kelowna,

See Summer listing page 27

$55 $770 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

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Vancouver Island

Vancouver Coast & Mountains

Thompson Okanagan

Kootenay Rockies

Alberta

Kamloops Riverview RV Park

4395 Trans Canada Hwy E.,

Kamloops,

See Summer listing page 26

Lakeside Resort

6707 Lakeside Dr., Oliver,

See Summer listing page 29

Moonshadows RV Park &

Campground

945 Neilson St., Merritt,

See Summer listing page 28

Nk'MIP (Inkameep)

Campground & RV Park

8000 45th St., Osoyoos,

See Summer listing page 29

Princeton Municipal RV Park

& Campground

365 Hwy 3 E., Princeton,

See Summer listing page 30

Sunnyside Heights RV Park

1440 Ord Rd., Kamloops,

See Summer listing page 26

The Orchard RV Retreat

4391 Eyles Rd., Oyama,

See Summer listing page 27

Daily Winter Rates

Weekly

Monthly

Seasonal

Open All Winter

Big Rig Friendly

Full Hook-up Sites

$42.50 $255 $745 incl. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

5000kW/h

$30 $210

$23-$38 $33/night

$38 4

$475-

$575 +

hydro

$23/

night

$550 +

hydro

Metered/Electricity

Rec Hall/Clubhouse

Pets Permitted

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 4 4 4

$30-$45 $325 4 4 4 4 4

$745 incl.

$42.50 $255

5000kW/h

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

$35-$45

+ tax

$240 incl

electricity

+ tax

Call for

details

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

Wood Lake RV Park & Marina

2930 Woodsdale Rd.,

Lake Country,

See Summer listing page 27

$850

+ tax +

hydro

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Winter

Only

Wright's Beach Camp

4200 Skaha Lake Rd.,

Penticton,

See Summer listing page 30

$34-$36

$433.50-

$463.50/

15 nights

$660-

$720/30

nights

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

Fairmont Hot Springs

RV Resort

5225 Fairmont Resort Rd.,

Fairmont Hot Springs,

See Summer listing page 35

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Fernie RV Resort

2001 6th Ave, Fernie,

See Summer listing page 35 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Fort Steele Resort & RV Park

#10 Wardner - Fort Steele Rd.,

Fort Steele,

See Summer listing page 35

$50-$60

$300-

$360

$650 +

hydro

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

Golden Golf Club RV Park

576 Golf Dr., Golden,

See Summer listing page 36

Soul's Paradise

16961 Pilot Bay Rd.,

Kootenay Bay,

See Summer listing page 36

Riverbend Campground

48033 370 Ave E., Okotoks,

Nr. Calgary,

See Summer listing page 49

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

$45 4 $500 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

$750 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Riverview Campground

400009 Range Rd. 7 - 3A,

Rocky Mountain House,

See Summer listing page 50

$46.50-

$48.50

$250-

$285+

power

$750-

$780+

power

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

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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............................................................................................................................40

100 Mile House.........................................................................................................................

Abbotsford.......................................................................................................14, 15, , , 54

Agassiz..................................................................................................................................14, 54

Aldergrove............................................................................................................................14, 54

Anmore (Port Moody)..............................................................................................................18

Armstrong..................................................................................................................................24

Ashcroft......................................................................................................................................24

Barriere.......................................................................................................................................26

Black Creek.............................................................................................................................5, 53

Blairmore, AB............................................................................................................................49

Blind Bay....................................................................................................................................31

Blue River...................................................................................................................................24

Bowser...........................................................................................................................................4

Bridesville...................................................................................................................................24

Bridge Lake.................................................................................................................................40

Burnaby.................................................................................................................................18, 54

Burton.........................................................................................................................................34

Cache Creek...............................................................................................................................42

Campbell River......................................................................................................................4, 54

Canim Lake................................................................................................................................40

Canoe..........................................................................................................................................31

Calgary, AB...........................................................................................................................49, 55

Castlegar.....................................................................................................................................34

Chemainus.............................................................................................................................5, 53

Chilanko Forks..........................................................................................................................42

Chilliwack............................................................................................................... 14, 15, , 54

Christina Lake......................................................................................................................24, 25

Clearwater..................................................................................................................................25

Coombs...................................................................................................................................5, 53

Courtenay...............................................................................................................................5, 53

Cranbrook..................................................................................................................................34

Creston..................................................................................................................................34, 35

Crowsnest Pass, AB...................................................................................................................49

Cultus Lake.................................................................................................................................15

Deep Bay...................................................................................................................................... 4

Delta...........................................................................................................................................

Donald........................................................................................................................................36

Duncan..................................................................................................................................6,

Eagle Creek.................................................................................................................................40

Elkford........................................................................................................................................38

Enderby.......................................................................................................................................25

Erickson......................................................................................................................................34

Face Lake....................................................................................................................................28

Fair Harbour................................................................................................................................6

Fairmont Hot Springs.........................................................................................................35, 55

Fanny Bay.....................................................................................................................................5

Fawn Lake...................................................................................................................................40

Fernie....................................................................................................................................35, 55

Field.............................................................................................................................................35

Fort Fraser..................................................................................................................................44

Fort Langley.........................................................................................................................16, 18

Fort Steele.............................................................................................................................35, 55

Gabriola Island.........................................................................................................................6, 7

Garden Bay.................................................................................................................................20

Golden........................................................................................................................... 35, 36, 55

Grand Forks...............................................................................................................................26

Harrison Mills............................................................................................................................15

Hathaway Lake...........................................................................................................................40

Heffley Lake................................................................................................................................26

Hixon..........................................................................................................................................42

Hope............................................................................................................................... 15, 16, 54

Hornby Island........................................................................................................................6, 53

Horse Lake..................................................................................................................................42

Kamloops..............................................................................................................................26, 55

Kelowna......................................................................................................................... 26, 27, 54

Kimberley...................................................................................................................................36

Kitimat........................................................................................................................................44

Kitwanga.....................................................................................................................................44

Knutsford....................................................................................................................................26

Kootenay Bay.......................................................................................................................36, 55

Kootenay National Park............................................................................................................37

Kyuquot........................................................................................................................................6

Lac La Hache..............................................................................................................................42

Ladysmith...............................................................................................................................8, 54

Lake Country................................................................................................................ 26, 27, 55

Lang Bay.....................................................................................................................................20

Langford....................................................................................................................................

Langley..................................................................................................................................16, 18

Lillooet........................................................................................................................................42

Logan Lake...........................................................................................................................26, 28

Lone Butte............................................................................................................................40, 42

Long Beach...........................................................................................................................10, 11

Lund............................................................................................................................................22

Lytton..........................................................................................................................................28

Malahat.......................................................................................................................................12

Manning Park............................................................................................................................16

Mara............................................................................................................................................31

McBride..................................................................................................................................... 46

Merritt........................................................................................................................... 26, 28, 55

Metchosin.............................................................................................................................12, 53

Mossleigh, AB............................................................................................................................49

Nakusp........................................................................................................................................37

Nanaimo.........................................................................................................................6, 7, 8, 53

Nanoose Bay.................................................................................................................................8

North Saanich............................................................................................................................10

Okotoks, AB.........................................................................................................................49, 55

Oliver....................................................................................................................... 28, 29, 54, 55

Osoyoos................................................................................................................................29, 55

Oyama...................................................................................................................................27, 55

Parksville........................................................................................................................ 8, , 53

Peachland.............................................................................................................................29, 30

Pender Island...............................................................................................................................8

Penticton...............................................................................................................................30, 55

Pinantan Lake............................................................................................................................26

Port Alberni.................................................................................................................................8

Port Coquitlam.........................................................................................................................

Port Hardy..............................................................................................................................9, 54

Port McNeill...........................................................................................................................9, 53

Port Moody................................................................................................................................18

Powell River..........................................................................................................................20, 22

Prince George............................................................................................................................46

Princeton..............................................................................................................................30, 55

Puntzi Lake.................................................................................................................................42

Qualicum Bay........................................................................................................................9, 54

Qualicum Beach..........................................................................................................................9

Radium Hot Springs..................................................................................................................37

Revelstoke.............................................................................................................................37, 38

Rock Creek...........................................................................................................................30, 31

Rocky Mountain House, AB....................................................................................... 49, 50, 55

Rosedale................................................................................................................................14, 54

Saanichton............................................................................................................................12, 53

Salmon Arm...............................................................................................................................31

Sheridan Lake........................................................................................................................... 42

Shuswap......................................................................................................................................31

Sidney & Sidney Island.............................................................................................................10

Smithers......................................................................................................................................46

Sorrento......................................................................................................................................32

Spences Bridge...........................................................................................................................28

Squamish....................................................................................................................................20

Summerland...............................................................................................................................30

Sunshine Valley....................................................................................................................16, 54

Surrey..........................................................................................................................................19

Telegraph Cove..........................................................................................................................10

Telkwa.........................................................................................................................................46

Terrace........................................................................................................................................46

Tofino....................................................................................................................... 10, 11, 53, 54

Trail.............................................................................................................................................38

Tsawwassen..........................................................................................................................19, 54

Ucluelet.......................................................................................................................................12

Valemount..................................................................................................................................32

Vancouver Area............................................................................................................ 18, 19, 54

Vernon..................................................................................................................................32, 33

Victoria................................................................................................................... 12, , 53, 54

Watch Lake.................................................................................................................................40

Wells Gray..................................................................................................................................25

West Kelowna (Westbank).......................................................................................................27

West Vancouver...................................................................................................................18, 54

Whistler................................................................................................................................20, 54

Winfield......................................................................................................................................26

Witset..........................................................................................................................................46


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