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Mumm Basin in Mount Robson Provincial Park

(Veer Incorporated photo)

McBride

Camping

 (Albert Normandin photo)

(Albert Normandin photo)

The area surrounding McBride is ideal for camping. Scenic mountain views are an excellent backdrop for campers planning a variety of outdoor adventures, or looking for a nice place to relax while travelling.

Full Service Camping

Enjoy the amenities of home while camping in an RV or tenting at the Beaverview RV Park & Campground (2km/1.24mi east of McBride) or King Creek Golf & Winter Club (15km/9.3mi east of McBride). Both sites include a sani-dump, showers, and laundry facilities. Fees vary for tenting or RVing. NV Mountain View Chalets (15km/9.3mi east of McBride) offers 25 RV sites with hookups, water, phone, and cable. Scarecrow Farm offers fewer amenities – electrical hookups fire rings, and wood – but pets are welcomed.

Recreation Sites

The McBride area has three camping recreation sites: The Beaver River Recreation Site (5km/3.1mi east of McBride on Highway 16) has eight-10 campsites, an outhouse, firewood, and garbage pickup during the summer. In the fall, salmon spawn in a side channel of the Beaver River along Holmes Forest Service Road. Take a dip on warm summer days at LaSalle Lakes Recreation Site (40km/25mi west of McBride on a side road). This site has 20 campsites with pit toilets, bear proof garbage containers, and a small beach with a swimming area. LaSalle Lake is stocked with trout. The McBride Peak Half-way Hut is a more rustic site challenging to access. Locals recommend four-wheel drives without trailers, as the access road is steep and windy.

Backcountry Camping

Explore McBride area backcountry hiking and camping at West Twin Provincial Park and Protected Area. Visitors also have the option to reserve a cabin near West Dore River Road via the Ozalenka Alpine Club.

Contact the McBride Visitor Centre for more information about camping in the area.

Things to Do

Outdoor Activities