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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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RV Parks Accommodations

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Takysie Lake Resort

Takysie Lake Resort

Burns Lake

Welcome to Takysie Lake Resort, the ideal vacation destination for both fishermen and non-fishermen! Sit on the dock or in your boat and watch the fish leap from the water to catch their meal. Relax in our tranquil getaway, listen to the sounds of the loons and watch ospreys soar across the sky. Sit ... Read more
Tall Timbers Resort

Tall Timbers Resort

Watch Lake

On peaceful Watch Lake, Tall Timbers Resort offers a relaxed environment for guests to enjoy the outdoors and explore the wilderness. Surrounded by towering trees and a crystal lake, the resort is an ideal setting for photographers to capture a scenic shot. Join us in the summer for fantastic fishin ... Read more
TeePee Park Campground

TeePee Park Campground

Comox

Beautiful ocean front camping with sandy beach. Family oriented military campground. Easy access to all the recreational opportunities in the Comox Valley. Special rates for military. General public welcome. Leashed dogs only. 28 sites available for winter camping November - February. ... Read more
Telegraph Cove Marina & RV Park

Telegraph Cove Marina & RV Park

Telegraph Cove

Location, Location! Nestled on the shores of Johnstone Strait with water access to the Broughton Archipelago protected marine park. Our 48 site RV Park features stunning ocean and cove views. All sites have 30 amp power, potable water and sewer hook ups. Our adjacent 70 slip marina features wide, st ... Read more
Telegraph Cove Resort Forest  Campground

Telegraph Cove Resort Forest Campground

Telegraph Cove

Home to one of the last boardwalk settlements on Vancouver Island, Telegraph Cove Resort & Campground rests on the eastern coast of Northern Vancouver Island. Located in the picturesque village of Telegraph Cove, guests are spoiled with historic colourful buildings, breathtaking ocean views and a sp ... Read more
The Douglas Lake Ranch / Salmon Lake Resort / Stoney Lake Lodge & Quilchena Golf Course RV Park

The Douglas Lake Ranch / Salmon Lake Resort / Stoney Lake Lodge & Quilchena Golf Course RV Park

Douglas Lake

Resting on the beautiful shores of Salmon Lake, our resort is the perfect family getaway. Enjoy fantastic fishing for Rainbow Trout, swim in our outdoor heated pool or hike along the scenic trails nearby. With various accommodations to choose from, including lakefront cottages, campground and RV Par ... Read more
The Flats RV

The Flats RV

Canal Flats

Nestled along Kootenay River on 23-acres is where we are equipped with picnic tables, fire rings, clean hot showers, fuel and convenience store. Near lakes and natural hot springs. For kayakers/canoers, we have the best access point to the river from our property. For a unique overnight experience w ... Read more
The Orchard RV Retreat

The Orchard RV Retreat

Oyama

The Orchard RV Retreat is on an agricultural land reserve. We grow apples for market and vegetables, herbs and edible flowers for personal use. The RV accommodation includes five fully-serviced sites and we have space for tents. We welcome families and groups for reunions and retreats as well as ind ... Read more
Three Islands Resort

Three Islands Resort

Nakusp

Three Islands Resort located on Summit Lake. Hwy 6, 15 kms south of Nakusp, BC. Full service hookups, pull thrus, tenting, washrooms, showers, laundry, sani-station, firepits, firewood, playground, swimming, fishing, boat rentals, boat launch, gazebo and pay phone. No debit or credit cards. ... Read more
Thunderbird RV Park & Resort

Thunderbird RV Park & Resort

Campbell River

Join us for relaxing year round accommodation at Thunderbird RV Park & Resort. Looking for a family-friendly destination on Vancouver Island? Then our resort is the perfect place for families to have an unforgettable experience. We guarantee a comfortable and safe visit while you enjoy the beauty of ... Read more
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