BC's north has lots of camping opportunities, from driving an RV along the Alaska Highway to flying to a remote backcountry campsite in a provincial park.
Drive the Great Northern Circle Route – known for open roads, scenery and wildlife viewing – and stay at provincial parks or private campgrounds along the way. Look for bears, moose and Stone's sheep, and be sure to stop for a soak at Liard Hot Springs.
The north is more than just mountains and forests; take the ferry to Haida Gwaii (Queen Charlotte Islands) to camp at Naikoon Provincial Park and wander for hours on long, sandy beaches. Plan a wilderness kayak camping trip and paddle into remote inlets with only sea lions, whales, eagles and moss-covered rainforests as company.