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The Burton Historical RV Site - Kootenay Rockies, BC

RV Parks

RVers are active travelers who love the outdoors, enjoy the ‘nomadic’ lifestyle amid stunning scenery and also like to travel with many of the comforts of home. British Columbia is a perfect place to experience the RV lifestyle with RV Parks and Resorts located in every region of the province.

Full service RV parks and resorts throughout BC (many with pull-through sites, firepits, WiFi, 50 amp power and more), provide the RVer with access to the services they desire from the comfort of their RV or motorhome. Many British Columbia RV Parks also provide facilities and amenities such as a playground for the young ones, swimming pool or beachfront access, sports and games such as bocce and volleyball, boat or canoe rentals, fishing opportunities and hiking trails.

Apart from the amenities found within the RV Park, sightseeing, outdoor activities, festivals, history and other things to do whilst on your travels are often key to an enjoyable experience in your RV.

BC has an abundance of landscapes and climates that create diverse opportunities. Experience the abundant orchards and award-winning wineries of the Thompson Okanagan region or BC’s world-renowned golf courses in the Kootenays, Vancouver Island and throughout southern British Columbia. Pristine lakes and rivers offer amazing fishing in the Cariboo, Northern British Columbia and other regions where you could hook a fish and cook it for dinner that night. And if you crave the city lights while on your RV or motorhome travels, then choose an RV Park close to Vancouver, Victoria or Kelowna and enjoy the sights and sounds just a short distance away.

Sun drenched beaches, quiet lakes, the roaring surf, majestic mountains, sweeping valleys, city lights – British Columbia, Canada, has something for everyone!

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Camping Lodging

The Super Camping / Select Lodging Guide

First Published in 1989