Fall is Almost Here but There are Still Lots of Camping Opportunities in BC
Camping and RVing
Discover the East Coast of Vancouver Island
The beaches, forests, and waterfalls along the east side of Vancouver Island will help you let go of your everyday stressors and embrace Island time. The longer you stay, the more noticeable the transformation. Start planning with this map itinerary and remember to share your photos using #ExploreBC.
Paul Lake Provincial Park, a Picturesque Camping Spot Near Kamloops, BC
We chose Paul Lake for its variety of recreational opportunities. I had heard the day use area was excellent, and a quick look on the BC Parks website confirmed that the park offered both canoeing and hiking. With that in mind, we loaded up our tent trailer and canoe and headed for the interior.
Lakeshore Resort & Campground: Tipi Cultural Campout, Lake Windermere in the Kootenay Rockies, BC
If slowing down and really getting to know a place is the part of your perfect vacation, put Lakeshore Resort & Campground to your list. Located at the quiet end of Lake Windermere and 100% owned buy the local ?akisq’nuk Band of the Ktuanax First Nation, it is a far Eagle’s cry from the hustle and bustle. Read more.
Tunkwa Lake Resort in BC's Gold Country: Come for the Loons, not the Tunes!
Tunkwa Lake Resort has an interesting catch phrase – Come for the Loons, not the Tunes – and we quickly saw this to be true. It was very quiet and peaceful throughout the resort at all times making this a perfect location to reconnect with nature and disconnect from the world of technology. Our first priority was getting ready to fish and the fish were jumping like crazy, although catching them proved to be much more difficult!
There is Still Time to Reserve Your Campsite for Camping Appreciation Weekend, September 13-15
Snowbird RV Show, September 19-22, 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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