158 Campgrounds & RV Parks - National or Provincial in British Columbia
Highest peak in the Canadian Rockies, UNESCO World Heritage site. Campgrounds, Robson Meadows & Robson River, group site, showers, sani-station, playground, amphitheatre, Lucerne, lake/beach. Wheelchair access, drinking water, fire rings & tables. Visitor centre, hiking, backpacking, rafting, fishing, endless opportunities.
This park offers the only public access to Moyie Lake & large beach area. Day use area, showers, hiking, playground, swimming, canoeing, kayaking, boat launch, sani-station, fishing, biking & windsurfing.
Excellent base camp for exploring the area around Wells Gray. Day-use area, wheelchair access, drinking water, pit toilets, sani-station, fire rings, hiking, playground, swimming, fishing, biking.
The campsite is nestled between foothills. Wheelchair access, drinking water, pit toilets, firepits, hiking & fishing. Firewood for sale.
Park offers lakeside campground with day use area 5 km away. Some wheelchair access; drinking water; pit and flush toilets; fire rings; hiking; beach area; canoeing; kayaking; boat launch; fishing; biking.
Pacific Rim National Park Reserve is known for its long sandy beaches & lush coastal temperate rainforests. Situated on a forested terrace above Long Beach, Green Point campground is the only campground in the Long Beach Unit of the park. Trails lead to the beach below; interpretive programs offered at the theatre during peak season in July & August. Canoeing & kayaking opportunities available in local communities. This campground fills every night during the high season; please call the toll free number to make your reservation. Taxes included in rates. Pour des renseignements en français veuillez consulter le site web de Parcs Canada.
Many opportunities for coastal fun & a favourite family park. Group & individual campsites, wheelchair access, day use area & beach area. Drinking water, flush & pit toilets, showers, three communal fire rings, hiking, playground, swimming, canoeing, kayaking & fishing.
The park encompasses 4 small, emerald green lakes popular for fishing. The park also offers a day use area, playground, beach, swimming, canoeing, kayaking & biking.
An ideal family park that offers group camping, day use area, wheelchair access, drinking water, pit toilets, sani-station, firepits, hiking, adventure playground, beach area, canoeing, kayaking, boat launch, fishing, windsurfing & waterskiing.
Quiet & peaceful campsites with views of the Thompson River canyon. Day use area, wheelchair access, drinking water, flush & pit toilets, sani-station, fire rings, hiking & fishing.
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