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Featured Campgrounds in British Columbia for Families & Outdoor Fun

British Columbia is home to numerous campgrounds that are ideal for families. Here are some of the best campgrounds in British Columbia that cater to families and offer a range of amenities and activities:

  1. Kokanee Spring Resort: New RV resort facilities (open summer 2023). Situated on nearly 500 acres of pristine natural landscape overlooking Kootenay Lake, Kokanee Springs Resort has been a sanctuary of fresh mountain air and quiet, idyllic charm for over 50 years. Its new RV campsites in The Meadows and The Bluffs feature full hookups, with 50-amp power (connections for 50/30/15) and internet access - hardwired in The Bluffs, WiFi in The Meadows. 60 spacious guest rooms and 12 course-side villas offer an intimate setting to experience the beauty and serenity of the Kokanee Springs Golf Course and surrounding area. Elevated tee decks offer majestic views of expansive fairways and the Kokanee Glacier, while towering cedars separate each hole, bringing a peaceful solitude to every round. View Kokanee Springs.

  2. Rathtrevor Beach Provincial Park Campground (Parksville): This campground is located on Vancouver Island and features a beautiful sandy beach, spacious campsites, and a family-friendly atmosphere. It offers amenities such as playgrounds, picnic areas, hiking trails, and beach access. The park is known for its warm shallow waters, making it a great choice for families with young children.

  3. White Lake RV and Fishing Resort: Situated between two arms of Shuswap Lake. It is prized for its bountiful trout fishing and its abundance of white "marl shoals", White Lake is an angler and fly fishing enthusiast's nirvana. The resort features serviced RV campgrounds, rental 'camping cabins' and a fishing lodge in a pleasant, family atmosphere, with heaps of campfire culture and incredible outdoor living benefits here. View White Lake RV & Fishing Resort website.

  4. Cultus Lake Provincial Park Campground (Cultus Lake): Situated in the Fraser Valley, Cultus Lake Provincial Park offers a family-oriented campground with stunning lake views. The park features a sandy beach, swimming areas, boat rentals, hiking trails, and a water park. It's a popular destination for water-based activities, picnicking, and camping.

  5. Sicamous RV and Cabin Resort: Situated in Shuswap Country. Featuring well treed RV sites with hookups, cabins for rent and tent campsites. Outdoor Pool (open soon), camp store - with the basics, children's playground, washrooms, showers & laundry, cedar barrel sauna (summer of 2023), pet friendly resort, billiards room, ride-along miniature train. View Sicamous RV & Cabin Resort.

  6. Alice Lake Provincial Park Campground (Squamish): Alice Lake Provincial Park is located in Squamish, between Vancouver and Whistler. The campground is nestled in a beautiful forest setting and offers spacious campsites suitable for families. The park has hiking and biking trails, canoeing and kayaking opportunities, a sandy beach, and a playground.

  7. Revelstoke RV and Cabin Resort: Located just outside of Revelstoke British Columbia on the doorstep of Mount Revelstoke National Park and nearby Revelstoke mountain Ski Resort. The resort's campground features pull through RV lots with various hookups, cabins for rent, tent campsites and an array of resort amenities. View Revelstoke RV & Cabin Resort.

  8. Nk'Mip Campground and RV Park (Osoyoos): Situated in the Okanagan Valley, Nk'Mip Campground and RV Park is a family-friendly destination near Osoyoos Lake. The campground offers a variety of campsites and amenities, including a swimming pool, waterslides, a playground, bike rentals, and access to the adjacent Nk'Mip Desert Cultural Centre and Nk'Mip Cellars Winery.

  9. Manning Provincial Park Campground (Manning Park): Manning Provincial Park, located in the Cascade Mountains, offers several campgrounds suitable for families. The park features beautiful alpine meadows, hiking trails, fishing lakes, and opportunities for wildlife viewing. The Lightning Lake Campground is a popular choice, offering beach access, canoe rentals, and interpretive programs.

  10. Herald Provincial Park Campground (Sicamous): Herald Provincial Park is located on the shores of Shuswap Lake in the interior of British Columbia. The campground offers sandy beaches, hiking trails, boat launches, and picnic areas. It's an excellent spot for swimming, boating, fishing, and enjoying the natural surroundings.

When selecting a campground, consider factors such as location, available amenities, recreational activities, and the preferences of your family members. It's advisable to check reservation availability and make advanced reservations, especially during peak camping seasons. Additionally, familiarize yourself with the campground rules and regulations to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for your family

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