158 Campgrounds & RV Parks - National or Provincial in British Columbia
Family destination park that offers 200m of sandy ocean beach; group camping; day use area; drinking water; nature house; walking trails; playground; beach area; swimming; kayaking; fishing; windsurfing; reservations accepted.
3 km of trails will take you through old-growth Douglas Fir forest to cascading falls with various viewpoints along the way; day use area; walking trails; playground; swimming; fishing; reservations accepted.
A perfect base camp to explore awe-inspiring Cathedral Grove of MacMillan park, then return to camp to hike the falls; drinking water; pit & flush toilets; firepits; walking trails; reservations accepted.
Popular destination for water activities & taking a walking trail to prehistoric petroglyphs; group camping; day-use area; drinking water; pit & flush toilets; showers; firepits; boat launch; beach area; swimming; fishing; scuba diving; windsurfing; water skiing; canoeing; kayaking.
Warm lake & sandy beach makes for great summer family swimming; group camping; day use area; drinking water; flush & pit toilets; showers; firepits; interpretive programs; walking trails; playground; canoeing; kayaking; boat launch; windsurfing; water skiing.
Winter camping from Nov 1-Mar 13 with no water, no firewood, no sani-station
Montague Harbour - a delight for outdoor enthusiasts arriving by car or boat; walk-in & drive-in sites; day use area; drinking water; pit toilets; firepits; floating nature house; interpretive programs; walking trails; beach; canoeing; kayaking; docking & mooring buoys.
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.
A popular stopover for travellers on the Alaska Hwy to enjoy the second largest hot springs in Canada. The hot springs complex is of national ecological significance and is well known for its natural setting in a lush boreal spruce forest. Day use area, wheelchair access, drinking water, pit toilets, fire rings, playground, swimming, hiking, biking.
All vehicle accessible sites are available on a first come, first serve basis. Great family park offering group camping, day use area, drinking water, pit toilets, sani-station, firepits, hiking, playground, beach, swimming, canoeing, kayaking, boat launch, fishing and water skiing.
Along the Similkameen River, swimmers can enjoy a refreshing dip. Day use area; wheelchair access; drinking water; pit toilets; firepits; enjoy swimming, canoeing, kayaking & fishing.
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