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RVing in BC

British Columbia is famous for its diverse landscape. There are few places where you can golf in the morning and ski in the afternoon, depending on the season. In the BC interior, you’ll find lush forest, snow-capped mountain peaks, and a little further south you’ll find yourself in the desert. 

There are five main climate zones in BC with mild winter temperatures on the coast with snow that stays on the mountains. Spring and fall are mild, typically warm and pleasant, while the summers are extremely hot with an average temperature of over 30°C. In the south of the province temperatures can get even higher, making them a perfect spot for campers and RVers. 

This makes it the perfect province for adventuring with an RV. Whether you’re looking to relax by a beach or hike through the forest, there’s something in BC to meet everyone’s needs, and this is no truer than along BC’s west coast. 

From the coastal fishing village of Steveston up the coast past Vancouver, across to the Island, and up the sunshine coast to Haida Gwaii, there’s a lot of area to explore. 

Surfing lovers would delight at the opportunities in Tofino on the west coast of Vancouver Island and there are plenty of RV parks and camping opportunities as it’s a popular spot throughout the summer months and into the fall when the swells are big and the surfing is gnarly.

On the mainland, there are more than 300 private campgrounds and resorts scattered throughout the province so you’ll never be far from somewhere to stay . . .


NATIONAL PARKS CAMPGROUNDS IN BC

Glacier National Park of Canada
British Columbia's lush interior rainforest and permanent glaciers.
Glacier Park

Gulf Islands National Park Reserve of Canada
An exceptional coastal island landscape in the southern Strait of Georgia.
Gulf Islands Park

Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve and Haida Heritage Site
Haïda culture and coastal rainforest on Queen Charlotte Islands.
Gwaii Haanas Park and Haida Heritage Site

Kootenay National Park of Canada
UNESCO World Heritage Site featuring the famous Radium Hot Springs.
Kootenay Park

Mount Revelstoke National Park of Canada
Rainforest of 1,000-year-old cedars and spectacular mountains.
Revelstoke Park

Pacific Rim National Park Reserve of Canada
Pacific Coast Mountains make up this marine and forest environment.
Pacific Rim Reserve

Yoho National Park of Canada
UNESCO World Heritage Site in Rockies.
Yoho Park

National Parks Reservations
1-877-RESERVE, (1-877-737-3783)
International Reservations: 1-905-566-4321
Online Campground Reservations: www.pccamping.ca

PROVINCIAL PARKS CAMPGROUNDS

British Columbia Provincial Parks
Website: www.env.gov.bc.ca/bcparks/
Reservation Service: 1-800-689-9025 or 604-689-9025
Online Campground Reservations: www.discovercamping.ca

Park Reports
Check the Weather Network for conditions for individual parks in the province.
British Columbia Parks report

*Source: gorving.ca

 

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