From July 1 BC and out of province Canadian residents can vacation in British Columbia and BC's lodging, campgrounds and RV parks look forward to welcoming you. Reservations are recommended though to avoid disappointment. COVID-19 regulations may still be part of our travel plans this summer so make sure you follow rules set out by the accommodations and communities you visit. Check out the articles below for ideas on trips and destinations and at travel-british-columbia.com.
Plan a Trip to British Columbia’s Peace River Country
The gently rolling plains and golden wheat fields of the beautiful Peace River provides a very different backdrop to the stunning mountains that British Columbia is famous for. Lakes and rivers are scattered throughout the Peace River region which also offers some of the most beautiful stretches of highway in British Columbia. With its unique scenery and vast resources, the Peace River District prides itself on standing out from the rest of British Columbia. Read more.
Get Away to Whistler, British Columbia This Summer
Finding Summer at Stunning Saratoga Beach, British Columbia
Traditionally, for a great many Canadians, summer either begins with the solstice or the Canada Day long weekend. For our family of four, summer last year didn’t officially begin until the very end of August with our arrival at idyllic Saratoga Beach on Vancouver Island.Greeted by a sandy beach and turquoise-hued water reminiscent of a faraway Caribbean island, it was hard to believe this vision was a mere ferry ride away from our Lower Mainland home. Read more.
Download the Super Camping App & Plan Your Summer Camping Trips
Check out the Super Camping British Columbia app video then go to the App Store on IOS or the Play Store on Android and download today. Includes over 180 BC private campgrounds, 40+ lodgings, BC drives, travel tips and more. Give us a shout out on your social media if you have downloaded it!#CampinBC
New Responsibility Code Aims to Make British Columbians Better Campers
Whether you are new to camping or a seasoned outdoor enthusiast, we all have a role to play when sharing spaces at BC’s parks and campgrounds. A Camper’s Code has therefore been developed aimed at highlighting expectations of camping, whether staying in an RV at a private campground or in the backcountry. The Code consists of nine simple messages to inspire a sense of shared responsibility and an understanding of appropriate behaviour. Make sure you participate at camperscode.com
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