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Smithers Riverside Municipal Campground & RV Park

  • 3843 19th Avenue
  • Smithers BC V0J 2N0
  • (250) 847-1600 | Fax: (250) 847-1601
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Situated across the Bulkley River, Riverside Park Municipal Campground & RV Park is a beautiful, peaceful destination for guests wanting to relax on their holidays. Operated by the Town of Smithers, the campground offers safe, quiet and simple approach to camping. Enjoy spectacular views at your site and listen to the serene sound of the river.

The sites have electrical, 15/30 amp, and water hook ups. Drive through sites are available for larger RVs. We offer a cook house for families to prepare delicious meals. Food storage lockers in the tenting area are available to keep your food safe from wildlife, but you must provide your own lock.

The campground offers an array of amenities for your convenience and comfort. The kids will love our new playground, where they can meet new friends. Clean showers and flush toilets are available for use. The campground has access to many nature trails, enjoy the beautiful views of Hudson Bay Mountains and Babine Mountains. Only a 15 minute walk to downtown for shopping and recreation facilities.

Amenities Camping
  • Sites: 40
  • Operating Season: May - Oct
  • Campsite Rates: $26.00 unserviced; Partial Service $30.00 (electricity/water); Serviced $33.00 (electricity/water/sewer); Tenting $20.00 per vehicle Online reservations available. Rates subject to change
  • Pets Permitted:
  • Driving Directions: Access off Hwy 16, up Main St. to 19th Ave.
  • 30 Amp Service:
  • Flush Toilets:
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  • Water On Site:

Amenities General
  • Accept Reservations:
  • Fishing:
  • Free Parking:
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