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Campgrounds

All about our vanventures to great campsites: how to get there; services available; accessibility; campground reviews; and more.

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BEAR CREEK CAMPGROUND

Harrison Lake, BC

* * * *  | 4 stars out of 5:  1 demerit point for difficult road access RR = 10

CAL-CHEAK CAMPGROUND

Whistler, BC

Not rated as we have not stayed here yet.

Cal-Cheak is first come, first serve, they DO NOT accept reservations.

$15/night, cash only    

WHISTLER RV PARK AND CAMPGROUND

Whistler, BC

* * * | 3 stars out of 5: demerits for crowded sites, lack of privacy, lack of trees within campground, and cost.

You can reserve a site in advance or take your chances and just show up. Open year round.

Full service  RV sites, May 1 to October 1, $65/night | October 1 to April 30, $50/ night + taxes

(Visit the Whistler RV Park website for additional rates and fees.)

KLAHANIE CAMPGROUND

Squamish, BC

* * *.5 | 3.5 stars out of 5: demerits for some unkempt areas, highway noise, noisy neighbours, cost.

You can reserve a site in advance or take your chances and just show up. Open year round.

Full service  RV sites $45 to $50. 

Visit Klahanie Campground website for additional rates and fees.

SURF GROVE CAMPGROUND

Tofino, BC

**** ½ | 4. 5 stars out of 5: demerit for cost – this is the most expensive site we have stayed at.

Surf Grove offers RV Rentals, full-service RV sites, and partially serviced tent sites. There are free shower facilities and a small general store. All sites are within walking distance of Cox Bay.


Rates range from $189+ a night for an RV, to $154 a night (peak season) for a full-service RV site, and $59 a night for a partial service tent (or small rig) site.

(Visit the Surf Grove Campsite website for additional rates and fees.)