If the fierce competition for Provincial and National Park campsite reservations have left you without a site this summer, try out a private campground. With great amenities and locations near all the popular parks, book a stay at one of these private campgrounds in BC. You know you’ll need the break. Make it easy on yourself!
Get your #Vanlife and #Surflife bucket list in one go. Surfgrove is an oasis on the pacific coast just waiting for you to check out. Come for the amenities. Stay for the surf! There’s also hiking, bumming around Tofino and so much more to do all nearby.
Surrounded by spectacular views, experience Whistler at Riverside Resort. With year-round sites and comfort stations with heated floors and hot showers, the resort also has direct access to the Valley Trail.
Fort Langley, BC
Located in the Fraser Valley, steps from the Fraser River, Fort Camping is perfectly situated. Walk to Fort Langley’s great selection of trendy boutiques, restaurants and antique shops, or day-trip into Vancouver.
Cultus Lake, BC
Sunnyside Campground is located within walking distance of everything Cultus Lake has to offer, from the large, clear lake with sandy beaches, to the towering waterslides at Cultus Lake Waterpark.
Todd’s RV & Camping
Todd’s RV & Camping is located right on the Okanagan Lake in Peachland, with its own private beach. Conveniently located right between Kelowna and Penticton, the shaded campground has a variety of site options and amenities.
NK’MIP RV Park and Campground
On the shores of Osoyoos Lake with beach access, NK’MIP RV Park and Campground offers a full resort experience, year-round.
Whispering Spruce Campground and RV Park
Whispering Spruce Campground and RV Park, with easy access to 5 National Parks, is the perfect launching pad for outdoor adventure. Set up camp and explore Yoho, Glacier, Mt. Revelstoke, Kootenay, and Banff National Parks.
Fernie RV Resort
The Fernie RV Resort offers a wide range of sites and a great location for mountain adventure. The resort is connected to Fernie’s extensive trail system, with skiing in the winter, and hiking and mountain biking in the summer.
Williamson Lake Campground
Williamson Lake Campground is close to both Revelstoke National Park and the Mt. Macpherson mountain bike trails, but you can also just stay put and relax on the sandy beach of Williamson Lake.
Between two arms of the Shuswap Lake with well-spaced, shaded sites, Woodhaven Campground offers a peaceful setting with direct access to White Lake.
Happy Camping! We hope this guide helps you find your basecamp for adventure. Don’t forget to share your travels with us on social media using #GoodCamping and tagging @KarmaCampervans.