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RV Park and Campground in Radium Hot Springs, British Columbia, Canada
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Fort Langley Camping and RV Park offers over 220 large camping sites on more than 40 acres located near Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, in the historic Village of Fort Langley.
Located in Osoyoos, British Columbia, western Canada, Cabana Beach Campground is ideally situated for warm weather and great family fun. Experience the Okanagan at it's best. The sandy private beach is great for swimmers, suntanning and watersports. Lake Osoyoos is Canada's warmest lake with average summer water temperatures of 75 degrees F (24 degrees C). BC Accom. approved.
A west coast wilderness campground and RV park that provides travel accommodations for nature lovers on British Columbia's Pacific Rim; near Tofino and Ucluelet.
Camp or stay at an ocean front cottage at Cluxewe Resort, set along a beautiful estuary in Northern Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. A wonder of nature. Excellent fishing for salmon and halibut, birdng, wildlife viewing, kayaking, beachcombing, cruise ship watching, relaxing.
90 minutes west of Prince George BC.
Riverside, Whistler's only RV Resort & Campground, is located in a relaxing and picturesque setting within the Resort Municipality of Whistler in British Columbia, Canada. Whistler is better known as the #1 Ski Resort in North America and the #1 Golf Destination in Canada!
Beautiful Northwestern British Columbia
Established in 1920, Kootenay National Park is one of 41 national parks in Canada. Together, they celebrate and protect the diversity of the nation’s great landscapes. Kootenay National Park represents the south-western region of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. From glacier-clad peaks along the Continental Divide to semi-arid grasslands of the Rocky Mountain Trench, where cactus grows, this is a park rich in diversity of landscapes and ecology.
Established in 1886, Yoho National Park is one of 41 national parks in Canada. Our nation’s parks celebrate and help protect the diversity of Canada’s landscapes and the life within. Yoho represents the western slopes of the Rocky Mountains region, and is also a Cree expression of awe and wonder for this place of rock walls, spectacular waterfalls and soaring peaks. In the shadow of the Great Divide, Yoho holds the secrets of ancient ocean life, the power of ice and water, and unique plant and animal communities that continue to evolve today.
Welcome to Pacific Rim National Park Reserve of Canada. Backed by the Insular Mountains Range of Vancouver Island and facing the open Pacific Ocean, Pacific Rim presents the rich natural and cultural heritage of Canada's west coast. Its cool and wet maritime climate produces an abundance of life in the water and on land. Lush coastal temperate rainforest gives way to bountiful and diverse intertidal and subtidal areas. These natural wonders are interwoven with the long and dynamic history of the Nuu-chah-nulth First Nations and European explorers and settlers.
The southern Gulf Islands are located in one of Canada’s most heavily developed and urbanized natural regions—the Strait of Georgia Lowlands of British Columbia. The national park reserve was established on May 9, 2003 to protect the ecological integrity of a representative portion of this region. It is the first new national park reserve of the twenty-first century and includes thirty-five square kilometres of land and intertidal area spread over fifteen islands and numerous islets and reefs and approximately twenty-six square kilometres of marine areas.
Welcome to the official website for Provincial Parks of British Columbia, Canada, providing information on outdoor recreational activities, camping, campground reservations, facilities, conservation, etc.
Mount Revelstoke National Park is a place of contrasts. Take a drive along the summit parkway through a variety of geographical zones. From dense old-growth rainforest of giant cedar and pine, travel up through subalpine forest, and finally alpine meadows and tundra. Marvel at the spectacular view of the ice-clad peaks of the Monashee Mountains and, to the east, the Selkirk Mountains. The Giant Cedars hiking trail takes you through a stand of ancient Western Red Cedars, and the Skunk Cabbage trail introduces you to jungle-like wetland, a birder's paradise.