158 Campgrounds & RV Parks - National or Provincial in British Columbia
Hoodoo Creek Campground is a sunny open meadow with views of Mt Hunter. Daylight lingers here & offers campers the opportunity to take a stroll to the historic Deer Lodge Cabin or a more arduous hike to the fascinating Hoodoos up above. Accessible for small RVs with no services. Taxes included in rates. A National Parks entry pass is required. Pour obtenir des renseignements en français veuillez consulter le site Web du parc national Yoho: parcscanada.gc.ca/Yoho.
This high altitude campground is located in a predominately sub-alpine spruce forest with beautiful mountain vistas. Marble Canyon Campground makes an excellent base camp to access the network of trails that serve the north end of Kootenay National Park as well as the Castle Junction and Lake Louise areas of Banff National Park and the eastern portion of Yoho National Park. A National Parks entry pass is required. Taxes included in rates. Pour obtenir des renseignements en français veuillez consulter le site Web du parc national Kootenay: parcscanada.gc.ca/Kootenay
McLeod Meadows Campground occupies a quiet, wooded area on the bank of the Kootenay River with spectacular views of the Rocky Mountains. The open grasslands of the meadows & the nearby river makes ideal habitat for wildlife viewing. In the early summer, the orchids bloom in the nearby meadows. The nearby Dog Lake trail provides opportunity for a gentle afternoon hike to a peaceful lake. A National Parks entry pass is required. Taxes included in rates. Pour obtenir des renseignements en français veuillez consulter le site Web du parc national Kootenay: parcscanada.gc.ca/Kootenay
The park offers a day use area; drinking water; flush & pit toilets; firepits; sani-station; beach area; playground; forest & riverside hiking trails; 25 m waterfall; fishing; snorkeling; biking; reservations accepted.
A more rustic camping experience on Campbell Lake with a chain of lakes great for canoeing, boating & swimming; group campsites; drinking water; pit toilets; fire pits; beach area; kayaking; boat launch; fishing; windsurfing; waterskiing; reservations accepted.
The Park offers a rustic family-oriented camping adventure with fishing, swimming & boating opportunities; day use area; drinking water; pit toilets; firepits; walking trails; beach area; canoeing; kayaking; reservations accepted.
Spacious, wooded campsites near pebbled beach shoreline; day use area; drinking water; pit toilets; firepits; walking trails; beach area; swimming; canoeing; kayaking; boat launch; scuba diving; windsurfing; reservations accepted.
Buttle Lake & Ralph River campgrounds offer serene base camps, where one can spend days on any of the 52 km of hiking trails that venture into the wilderness mountains of Strathcona; reservations accepted. The rest of the park is largely undeveloped & appeals primarily to people seeking wilderness surroundings. To see & enjoy much of the scenic splendor requires hiking or backpacking into the alpine regions.
Well known for the annual run of Pacific Salmon from Sept-Dec, moving up the fish ladders on their way to spawning beds; day use area; pit toilets; fire pits; walking trails; fishing.
Ideal spot for families to enjoy the long sandy ocean beach; day use area; drinking water; pit and flush toilets; firepits; interpretive programs; walking trails; beach area; swimming; canoeing; kayaking; windsurfing.
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