British Columbia has many climate and vegetation zones ranging from fast-running rivers, ocean coastlines to forested mountain ranges and dry desert areas. Click here to find links to updates about wildfires, environmental hazards, driving updates and park/recreational resources to help you plan a fun and informed trip. Read more.
Plan a Hot Springs and Heritage Circle Tour in British Columbia that lets you soak your way through the scenic Kootenay Rockies. Home to national parks, snow-capped mountains, and a quirky counter-culture, the Kootenay Rockies region is dotted with natural hot springs world-renowned for their healing qualities and opportunities for soaking up the breathtaking surroundings.Read more.
Rondalyn Resort - A Hidden Gem on BC's Vancouver Island
Located minutes from Ladysmith on British Columbia’s Vancouver Island, Rondalyn Resort is open year-round and caters to those looking for outdoor relaxation and play. Bordered by majestic fir trees and situated on Haslam Creek you are sheltered from the sights and sounds of civilization. Read more.
Check Out Skookumchuck Narrows on British Columbia’s Sunshine Coast
Have you ever seen 200 billion gallons of water flow past you at up to 30 kilometres per hour? If not, a trip to Skookumchuck Narrows Provincial Park is just what you need to add to your summer bucket list. Read more.
Super Camping Guide Available for Pick Up at BC's Visitor Centres
Pick up your copy of the new Super Camping & Select Lodging Guide at a British Columbia Visitor Centre. For more information and to dowload the guide read more.
Annual Camping Appreciation Weekend September 10-12, 2021.
Mark the weekend of September 10-12, 2021 on your calendar, as Canadian campgrounds coast-to-coast participate in the 2021 Canadian Camping Appreciation Weekend.The weekend is a national initiative coordinated by the Canadian Camping and RV Council to say thank you for your patronage over the summer.