Tyhee Lake is a great place to slow down and take a break with the family; this park is perfect for kids! Stop and play in the water, hike the Aldermere trail or soak up the sun. The surrounding area has plenty to offer with world-class steelhead fishing, abundant hiking, a lively arts and music…
This lake is known for its excellent fishing, which includes Rainbow Trout, Dolly Varden, and Sockeye Salmon. While staying at the park, takea day trip to Stewart and Hyder to see the Bear Glacier, Salmon Glacier, and grizzly bears at Fish Creek during late summer/early fall. Meziadin Lake is the northern edge of the Kermode (or…
The most popular hiking trails start from Kootenay National Park to the west and from Spray Lakes, south of Canmore, Alberta. Popular activities include camping, hiking, mountain climbing, as well as fishing and ski touring in the winter. During the summer, campsites are on first-come, first-serve basis. During summer and winter, reservations can be made…
Great fishing, and waterfront campsites on Lake Revelstoke make this park popular with local anglers, boaters and families. The park has one of the few sandy beaches on Lake Revelstoke. With its close proximity to Revelstoke, the park offers access to a wide range of activities and attractions. See bcparks.ca for operation dates.
Beautiful rugged beaches and secluded bays are tucked along 33 km of unspoiled shoreline, with rustic campsites at various points. Note this is an area of the 2003 forest fires; trails re-opened in 2005. Vehicle parking available at north & south boundaries of park. Camping fees apply at marine sites. All camping is user maintained….
Situated on Kalamalka Lake, Kekuli Bay is a popular destination for boaters, RVers and tenters alike and is an excellent springboard to all the sunny Okanagan has to offer. The park is terraced and all campsites have sweeping panoramic views of the beautiful Kalamalka Lake. It also offers 4 power hook-up RV sites and several…
2km of lakefront offers a variety of swimming and watersport opportunities. The campground is situated on a flat delta which is perfect for young families and seniors to enjoy walking, biking and rollerblading. A short hike up the stairway takes you to the spectacular Shorts Creek water falls which peak in the spring and are…
Spacious campsites are situated in a forest setting up above some of the Okanagan’s finest beaches. Ellison is perfect for fun-filled family adventures and beach activities. For your recreation pleasure, there is a scenic nature trail and mountain biking trails which are perfect for all ages and abilities. Reservations are strongly advised during peak season….
Only 45 minute drive north of Vancouver, enjoy the experience of ocean front camping at Porteau Cove. The day-use area offers picnic sites in a grassy area along the shore with gorgeous views of Howe Sound and Anvil Island. Porteau Cove is also accessible by water; a mooring float (with no shore access) is located…
Plumper Cove Marine
Paddle, power or sail to Plumper Cove Marine Park and enjoy one of the most beautiful settings in the region. Water taxi service is available from Gibsons. Docking is available for boats up to 13 meters. The park includes a day-use area with large lawn, picnic sites, ocean view, and room for activities. Firewood is…
Halkett Bay offers a wilderness camping experience in a marine environment, just minutes north of Horseshoe Bay by boat. Access to land is available using the small float and dock. Only dinghies are permitted to be tied up at the dock for extended periods of time. Campfires not permitted at this park.
Maquinna Marine (Hot Springs Cove)
This Park boasts naturally occurring hot springs and pools that interface with the tidal flux. There is a strictly enforced “leave no trace” policy – pack out everything you pack in. The Hot Springs are a highly fragile ecosystem and detergents or soaps are prohibited.