Did you know that
Highway 97 stretches from the United States Border all the way up to the Yukon? It journeys through sunny Okanagan towns, follows the historic Gold Rush Trail, and then becomes the epic Alaska Highway. Explore a section, or take the ultimate road trip
from the bottom to the top of BC.
Camping in our Kootenay Provincial Parks
Renewal is a side effect of spending time in BC Provincial Parks, and an important aspect of maintaining infrastructure and public engagement in these valuable public places. BC Parks can change your thinking with their beauty alone or help you see the outdoors more clearly through one of their interpretive programs. Read more.
Picking Fruit in the Okanagan
Enjoy the summer bounty as you camp your way through the Okanagan Valley. Different varieties of fruit including peaches, apples and grapes are available into September and beyond. Read on to find out more on the different seasons for various fruits and where the best farms are to find them.
Still Time to Get Special Camping Rates During Camping Appreciation Weekend, September 7-9
Book your campsite now at a participating RV Park/campground for the
annual Camping Appreciation Weekend. Special Offers include: a weekend stay of two-nights camping for either $50, $60, $70 or $80 at
participating campgrounds (Sep 7-8/Fri-Sat). As well as the weekend offer, many campgrounds are offering promotional stays of “Five Nights for the Price of Four” around this weekend.
Embracing the Fall Season at Fort Rodd Hill & Fisgard Lighthouse National Historic Sites
This fall take part in the Colwood Seaside Festival (Sept 15) and Fort Rodd Hill’s Lantern Tour (Sept 22); book an overnight retreat—oTENTik accommodations are available until September 30; and enjoy the coastal landscape in its fall colours throughout the Garry Oak Learning Meadow. Free “drive through” designated RV parking spaces located near the site’s entrance.
Snowbird RV Show, September 20-23, 2018 Tradex, Abbotsford
This premier event at Tradex in Abbotsford has over 120,000 square feet of space showcasing new RVs plus some 50 booth exhibitors with every kind of accessory for camping and RVing. Whilst there pick up free camping guides.
Show times: Thursday / Friday / Saturday 10:00 am – 9 pm; Sunday 10 am – 5 pm. Read more.
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