From new places to pitch a tent to kayaking and RVing adventures, there are plenty of camping options in BC.

Camp Exstew Falls, Northern BC
Camping at Exstew Falls | Grant Harder
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Ready to get back to nature? This year there are more campsites than ever to choose from in BC. Here are a few great options.
French Beach Provincial Park
Over 350 New Campsites Added in BC
The Province of BC has just announced the completion of more than 350 new campsites in BC Parks and forestry recreation sites, in time for the 2017 camping season. The majority are located where demand is greatest—in the Kootenays, Okanagan, the Lower Mainland, and Vancouver Island.

Stone Mountain Provincial Park
Save During Canadian RVing & Camping Week
From May 23 to 28, participating campgrounds in BC are offering either a two-night or five-night special. Hit the road with an RV or scout out a campsite.

Razorback Mountain, Cariboo Chilcotin Coast
Pitch a Tent Away From the Crowds
Wondering where to camp? Here are five lesser-known provincial parks where you are more likely to enjoy a quiet night in a vehicle-accessible or walk-in campsite.

Desolation Sound Marine Provincial Park
Paddle Between Campsites
What’s better than paddling through glassy water as you glide next to the shore? Camping along the way.

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Photo Credits: French Beach Provincial Park – Iain Robert Reid Photography | Stone Mountain Provincial Park – Albert Normandin | Razorback Mountain, Cariboo Chilcotin Coast – Albert Normandin | Desolation Sound – Andrew Strain