British Columbians are able to Travel Again - Plan Your BC Camping Trip Now
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Ten Tips for Travelling Responsibly in British Columbia This Summer
Travelling in BC may be a little different this year. We’ll need to take more time with planning, and be more conscious of our impact on communities—especially the smaller ones, when we visit. Here are 10 tips to help you plan and travel responsibly in BC this summer.
The 2020/21 Super Camping Guide is Available Now
Link to the online 2020/21 Super Camping Guide, go to the app, or pick up copies soon at Visitor Centres that are open in British Columbia. Over 200 listings will help you with your camping and RVing plans for this summer. Most Provincial Parks, National Parks, private campgrounds and recreation sites are open. However, check websites for updates, make reservations and travel responsibly. #SuperCampingBC#CampinBC
Kootenay Rockies – BC’s Mountain Playground
Like you, we're passionate about exploring British Columbia. Plan and book your vacation for travel throughout BC. The Kootenay Rockies is a region abundant with big spaces and fewer faces! We welcome visitors to explore our Mountain Playground and enjoy the many camping opportunities available. Remember to plan ahead and travel safely. Click HERE to discover camping in the region.
Now that we are not so isolated during this health pandemic, some of you will be planning your first ever RV trip this summer. The thought of figuring out how to sleep, cook and survive at a campground in the great outdoors is equivalent to climbing Mt. Everest. Relax. With a little advance planning, anyone can have a successful camping experience guaranteed to provide great memories.
Following the BC Gold Rush Trail through the Cariboo & Beyond
Follow the trail of the first prospectors who flocked to British Columbia in the mid-1800s in search of gold and riches. Take part of their route through the rugged mountains, steep canyons and raging rivers of the Fraser Canyon and into the dry plateaus and rolling hills of the Thompson Okanagan and Cariboo regions. Continue north to Prince George, called the Northern Capital of BC, then east and south towards the stunning BC Rockies returning to Hope in the Fraser Valley.
Make Your Reservation for Camping Appreciation Weekend
It's not too early to reserve your campsite for Camping Appreciation Weekend September 11-13, 2020. Due to travel restrictions this summer, camping in BC is even more popular than usual and reservations are a must to secure your piece of the outdoors. Special weekend offers and 5 nights for the price of 4 are available at participating campgrounds. Read more.
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