Camping and RVing
British Columbia
May 2019
Discover the Beauty of BC's Boundary Country
Along the Crowsnest Pass in southern British Columbia sits Boundary Country - an outdoor lovers dream with a rich history.  Read on for five reasons to add Boundary to your travel plans in 2019 .
May Long Weekend Events at Fort Rodd Hill, Victoria
WWII Hometown Heroes (May 17) and Annual Military Encampment weekend (May 17 to 20). Come honour World War II veterans during a special commemoration in the morning, then chat with volunteer military re-enactors to learn about the equipment, uniforms and motor vehicles from Canada’s military past. Three “drive through” and free designated RV parking spaces are located near the site’s main entrance. More information.
Road Trip BC’s Coast
With warmer days and flowers in bloom, spring is an ideal time to road trip BC’s coast. Start planning your trip to Vancouver Island and the Sunshine Coast with this Coastal Circle Route itinerary , and remember to share your photos using #ExploreBC .
5th Annual Camping Week May 21-26 - Still Time to Book
The annual Camping Week, May 21-26, is just 3 weeks away but there's still time to take advantage of special offers. For prices and details read more. Start planning your trip now with friends and family and enjoy British Columbia's great outdoors.
5 Reasons You Should Go Fishing While Camping in BC This Year
The tent, trailer or RV is packed and you’re ready for a camping vacation. With 20,000 lakes and 750,000 km of streams in British Columbia, there is a very good chance you’ll be camping next to water. Why not take advantage and go fishing on your next camping trip? We’ll give you five reasons why you should – with tips so you have no excuses not to. Read more.
Hidden Histories Tours at Fort Langley National Historic Site
Join a summertime evening stroll through the town of Fort Langley on July 20 th or August 24 th at 7pm. Hear intriguing stories of how Fort Langley evolved from a Hudson's Bay Company trading post to the bustling riverfront community it is today. Purchase advance tickets (available starting May 20th) online, or see all our other great summer events .
Parks Canada Camp Hosts Wanted!
Are you friendly and outgoing? Do you own camping equipment or a trailer? Are you interested in helping campers with their overnight stay? Become an oTENTik Camp Host at Fort Rodd Hill and Fisgard Lighthouse National Historic Sites. Sleep under the stars in a historic fort by the ocean (while getting paid.) For more information and to apply email pc.fortrodd.pc@canada.ca or call 250-478-5849.
 
Volunteer at McDonald Campground in Gulf Islands National Park Reserve. Hosts receive training and free camping (our host campsite now has electricity!) Summer spots are filling quickly so apply today .
Interested in Writing BC Travel & Camping Blogs?
We are looking for storytellers who would like to share some of their best British Columbia travel and camping experiences. If you have some great stories to share contact us for more information.