Capilano Suspension Skywalk - Joss Penny
British Columbia has many climate and vegetation zones ranging from the fast-running rivers, ocean coastlines to forested mountain ranges and dry desert areas.
On this page you will find links to updates about wildfires, environmental hazards, driving updates and park/recreational resources to help you plan a fun and informed trip.
Travellers are encouraged to check in with the accommodation operators and the local Visitor Centre in the communities they will be visiting for real-time, on-the-ground updates.
WILDFIRES: The B.C. government has declared a provincial state of emergency to support the province-wide response to the ongoing wildfire situation. To report a wildfire (dial *5555 on a cell phone or call toll free 1-800-663-5555).
CAMPFIRE BANS: Check out the latest fire bans and restrictions.
PLEASE CAMP RESPONSIBLY. FOLLOW THE CAMPER’S CODE
The Camper’s Code has 9 rules that are really easy to follow. When all campers follow them, these good things happen:
Check BC Wildfire Service for wildfires of note, fire bans and restrictions.
Check DriveBC.ca for major road events such as delays, closures, and suggested detours:
River Forecast Centre analyses snowpack, assesses seasonal water supply and flood risk, and predicts flows in British Columbia’s rivers and streams:
PARKS AND GOVERNMENT OPERATED CAMPGROUNDS
IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO – TRAVEL RESOURCES