Camping and RVing
British Columbia
November 2017
Visit the “Vive les Voyageurs” Festival at Fort Langley National Historic Site January 2018
We love our camping luxuries, whether it’s a fully-loaded RV, or your favourite cooking gadget. But Canada’s early campers, the voyageurs, crossed the country portaging supplies, truly roughing it! Explore their brave heritage at Fort Langley National Historic Site’s “Vive les Voyageurs” Festival (Jan. 20-21). Step further into history by camping in an oTENTik or joining us as a 2018 camp host! More details .
BC Road Trip: 5 Reasons Route 97 Rocks
A road trip around Route 97 will take you from desert to forest, with a whole lot of adventure in between. Check out these five reasons to make Route 97 part of your next BC road trip, and be sure to share the fun on social media using #exploreBC.
Olympic Legacy Cabins at Porteau Cove Provincial Park: Camping for the Non-Camper
Although I really love tent camping, my husband does not. He does however love being outdoors and exploring new parts of BC, so how did we get to explore the amazing Porteau Cove Provincial Park without the tent? Simple – we booked a weekend at one of the Olympic Legacy Cabins. Cabin camping is the perfect way for non-campers to camp: you still get the opportunity to unplug from everyday life and relax in the outdoors but without sleeping in a tent. Read more.
Parks Canada Reservation Service Opens January 2018
Dreaming of summer 2018? Parks Canada's reservation service opens in January for 2018 bookings. Whether it be a fully-serviced campsite, roofed accommodation, an interpretive guided hike or a remote backcountry experience, visitors can plan their experience with confidence and travel at ease, with the peace of mind of a guaranteed place at their favourite location. Please note, that for visiting anytime up until March 2018, reservations are already being accepted (where applicable). Launch dates and information available here.
The Chilliwack River Valley: An Outdoor Enthusiast’s Paradise
About one and a half hours east from Vancouver is one of the area's best kept secrets, one which is an outdoor adventurers’ dream. From world-class salmon fishing, rapids for whitewater rafting, to kayaking and hiking. There are camping destinations for relaxed RVers, long-weekend tenters, and backcountry enthusiasts.When it comes to outdoor destinations, the Chilliwack River Valley has it all. Read more.
RV Maintenance Tips for Keeping Your Exterior in Top Shape
Whether you’re new to the Trailer RV Lifestyle like me or a seasoned RVer, you’ll want to stay on top of maintenance so you can enjoy your Recreational Vehicle for many years to come. Exterior maintenance is a great place to start. Read more.