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Victoria's Inner Harbour

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 (Albert Normandin photo)

(Albert Normandin photo)

Campgrounds near Victoria are set in provincial and national parks, old-growth forests and along the shores of the Pacific Ocean.

Stay close to the city of Victoria or within minutes of the BC Ferries terminal (Swartz Bay) at an RV park or campground on the Saanich Peninsula; Goldstream Provincial Park is a favourite with locals and visitors. Explore the Gulf Islands with a trip to Sidney Spit campground. Or venture a bit further – an hour’s drive from downtown leads to quiet campsites and rocky beaches near Sooke.

With so many campgrounds located near the city, it’s easy to combine a camping trip with visits to popular attractions such as Butchart Gardens and activities such as kayaking or whale watching.

For more information about camping in the region, visit Camping on Vancouver Island.

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