7 great year-round camping destinations


Great Year-Round Camping Destinations in BC

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Who says camping is a summer-only activity? With a bevy of year-round campgrounds and RV parks to choose from, booking your weekend getaway from the city just became that much easier.

  • Living Forest Oceanside Campground & RV Park

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    From ocean views to lush forests, this Nanaimo park has over 300 campsites to choose from. If you’re looking for the perfect spot for a relaxing weekend, then Living Forest is a top choice.

  • Dogwood Campgrounds & RV Park

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    Located right in the heart of Metro Vancouver, the Dogwood campground is very accessible to locals looking for a break from the hustle and bustle of the city.

  • Hazelmere RV Park and Campground

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    Like the Dogwood campgrounds, Hazelmere is also located in Metro Vancouver’s Surrey, and features all the facilities (laundry and pool) you’ll need for a comfortable stay via tent or RV. 

  • Claybanks RV Park & Campground

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    While Merritt, BC may seem like a bit of a drive, the promise of fully winterized camping sites and a close proximity to the city’s center will make the trip worth it.

  • Coquihalla Campground

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    Located along the Coquihalla River in Hope, BC, this campground is every nature lover’s dream, with several Provincial Parks, hiking, and biking trails close by.

  • Cape Lazo Campground & RV Park

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    The prime advantage of camping at Cape Lazo during the winter, is being able to capitalize on cheaper off-season rates, while also using the fully utilizing the fireplace-warmed outdoor pavilion.

  • Eagle Vista RV Resort & Campground

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    There’s never a lack of things to do in Squamish, BC, but instead of staying at a hotel, why not camp out instead and really enjoy the outdoors?

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