The northern part of British Columbia is a vast area that touches on Alaska, the Yukon, Northwest Territories and Alberta. RVers and campers travel to Northern British Columbia to experience the fishing, wildlife, great open scenery and heritage towns.
The Yellowhead Highway, Hwy 16, crosses the region from McBride to Prince Rupert, and continues by ferry to the Queen Charlotte Islands (Haida Gwaii). Along the way travelers will drive through Fort Fraser and Burns Lake, the heart of BC's Lakes District then on to Smithers which sits at the base of Hudson Bay Mountain offering an abundance of trails, salmon fishing and golf. Further west into Kitwanga visitors can admire the totem poles of the Gitxsan people. Alaska Highway, Hwy 97, stretches north from Prince George to Watson Lake. Rolling hills, forests, winding rivers and lakes make for a stunning drive. The towns of Mackenzie and Fort St. John offer RVers places to stay.
Need a place to park your RV or motorhome, the RV parks and resorts in the Northern British Columbia can be searched by activities such as "wildlife", "hiking" or "fishing", or geographical terms such as "Moricetown", "Telkwa" or "Vanderhoof".
Plan ahead by checking out the attractions and things to do in the Northern British Columbia.
Along the Bear River within walking distance to downtown surrounded by ice capped mountains glaciers and wildlife. Focused on providing excellent services with highest levels of customer satisfaction, …more >
Daily and month rates available and include site, power water and sewer. Washrooms, TV, internet and laundry available. Fully-furnished units to rent if you are looking for accommodations while …more >
We have 40 sites located on the lakeshore. 10 sites are located between cabins, 20 sites are pull-thru. 9 sites have sewer connections with 30 amp service. water and sewer connections. We are a …more >
2 km east of McBride on Hwy 16 between Prince George and Jasper. Beautiful, quiet, all grass RV Park with majestic mountain views. Long pull-thrus with 30 amp power & water. Back-ins with 20 amp & …more >
Located within Prince George city limits on the west side of Hwy 16. Lots of trees, 5km from junction Hwy 16 and Hwy 97. Close to shopping. The best hiking trails in the area right at our entrance. …more >
Nestled in the "Valley of Totems" and surrounded by snowcapped mountains, Cassiar RV Park is located 4 km. from the junction of Hwy #16 and Hwy #37, the newest and shortest route to Alaska.
Enjoy country hospitality with local friendly staff. This well-maintained park has a nice tenting area and full service RV sites. Trees, grass, campfires and picnic tables help create a REAL camping …more >
Clean, quiet, relaxing park-like setting. Level landscaped sites and picnic tables. Grass putting course, limited RV supplies and groceries. Souvenirs. Excellent washrooms, showers & laundry …more >
Getaway, Relax & Unwind at Finger Lake Wilderness Resort - a quiet, secluded resort in Northern BC. Here you will find self-contained housekeeping lakeside rustic log cabins with BBQs at affordable …more >
Every site overlooks the Bulkley River with mountain views and are able to access free unlimited WiFi at site. Full services include 30/50 amp, sewer, water, cable TV. We have a free RV Wash, free …more >
Panoramic view of glacier. Very clean washrooms and showers with nature music. Relaxing atmosphere. Flower gardens, water features. Coin laundromat, indoor dish washing room with microwave. Large …more >
Immaculate, beautifully treed, large private level sites. Washrooms spotlessly clean, showers included. Handicap room, pet friendly, Bed n Breakfast, wonderful gardens, firepit, playgrounds, firewood, …more >
A beautiful and natural Provincial parklike RV Park is nestled in private 145 acres pristine forest setting. MamaYeh is your gateway to the North to experience wildlife and nature, with easy access …more >
For RV lovers, MamaYeh RV Park situated in a natural, pristine, forest setting, as RVers seek for retreat or rejuvenation. MamaYeh also makes a great destination and/or rest stop on your way to other …more >
World class fishing, July-August. Pull-thrus, full services, washrooms, showers, laundry, shaded areas, firepits, firewood. Interpretive Centre and Museum, a new addition, come and learn historical …more >
It's Just Viewtiful! Overlooking Fraser Lake with lakeview sites and cabins. Tent sites, full and partial hookups, long pull-thrus, fire pits, carved bear, free showers, WiFi. Lake access, with pedal …more >
Located on Hwy. 16, 1 km from B.C. & Alaska Ferries. Reservations recommended for summer travel. Visitor information & travel counselling available. Within walking distance of downtown.
Copper River Motel is situated on the banks of the world famous Skeena River. It's a 2 min. drive to the Copper River. The airport is only 10-15 mins. away. We have smoking and non-smoking rooms. Some …more >
7 km east of Terrace, overlooking the Skeena River. Free cable and wireless internet, fishing, tackle shop, fish freezer and firepits. 14 newly renovated guest rooms with picnic tables and BBQ.
Bring your boat and head upstream to the foot of the WAC Bennett Dam to look for eagles. Keep your eyes open for the abundant wildlife on the hills, beaver and fish in the lake.
Clean, quiet campground one block to 9-hole golf course and walking paths to restaurants, shopping, lakes, recreation complex, museum and arts centre. Flush toilets, clean drinking water, showers, …more >
Located in Prince George, adjacent to MamaYeh RV Park. Brand new renovated log house nestled on 145 acres of pristine natural forests. Provided with all the conveniences of a home, it is the gateway …more >
Open May 15 - Sept. 30; 40 serviced sites; laundry; super clean washrooms; wireless internet; close to fishing/launch; walking distance to pub & Restaurant. Best Walleye fishing in BC. A friendly …more >
Pull-thrus and backins, full service available. Included in price: hot showers, WiFi, 30 amp, firepits, (firewood $), sani-dump, putting green. Discount rates for our 18 hole par 3. Also on premises …more >
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