Best RV Parks in British Columbia – Our Top 4 Picks

Although the US might have Oregon, California, and Washington on the west coast, Canada can boast of having British Columbia at the northern part of the border in the Pacific Ocean. The coastline covers a stretch of approximately 600 miles and plays host to attractive scenic beauties, flora, and fauna along with a few astounding National and provincial parks in North America.

In this article, we are going to talk about the top 5 RV parks in British Columbia that definitely demands your attention.

Lamplighter Campground: Revelstoke

You will gain your entry to all the wilderness sights and fun in and around the Revelstoke region by means of this RV Park. The park comes with all the facilities that can be demanded by an RVer out there including big pull-through locations with fire pits and full utility hookups.

The laundry amenities, toilets, and showers are quite tidy and bright where you will be able to clean yourself properly following the entire day’s journey. Amongst the other facilities mention may be made of horseshoes, a camp kitchen, free Wi-Fi access, volleyball courts, as well as biking plus hiking trains.

One notable benefit of staying at the Lamplighter Campground is the closeness to the Mount Revelstoke National Park. Only single axle automobiles can be accommodated by the Meadows in the Sky Parkway up to Revelstoke including all types of trailers. However, one needs to drop off the trailers upon reaching the Nels Nelson historic region; if an RV is taken the maximum length to travel will be about 33 feet up the parkway and it ought to be a single axle.

The National Park happens to be a rainforest by itself hosting different types of plant life and wildlife. Hiking the few miles of mountain trails is one of the most well-liked things at Mount Revelstoke at present. Amongst the other activities, mention may be made of whitewater rafting, skiing, the Skytrek Adventure Park, snowboarding plus the Glacier National Park in close proximity.

Amenities:

  • Grassy
  • Tent Sites
  • Level RV Sites
  • Level Pull Through Sites
  • 15/30 Amp Hook Ups
  • Free Wifi on Site
  • Pets welcomed no extra charge
  • Fire Pits on all Tent Sites & select RV Sites
  • Heated Washrooms
  • Coin-operated Showers
  • Coin-Operated Laundry Room
  • Camp Kitchen & Food
  • Lockers
  • Book Exchange
  • Kids Playground
  • Volleyball Net
  • Hiking & Biking Trails

Lamplighter Campground
1760 Nixon Rd, Revelstoke, BC V0E 2S0, Canada
Hours: Open today · 8AM–6PM
Remembrance Day might affect these hours
Phone: +1 250-837-3385
Province: British Columbia
Website: https://www.lamplightercampground.com/

Wild Rose RV Park: Hope

Wild Rose RV Park British Columbia

While you are in this park, it will be possible for you to camp beneath the stars or the trees. This park can be accessed easily from the mainland and it provides accommodations that you can rightly expect from a top-notch park out there.

Sites offer full-service utility hookups which include 30-amp as well as 50-amp options plus free cable TV. There will be plenty of space even for a large rig given that pull-through sites can reach up to 65 feet. You will come across lots of cleaning facilities for washing up which consists of toilets, free hot shower amenities, plus a laundromat. Besides these, there is also a dump station, a community center, free Wi-Fi access, and a camp store.

While you are at Hope, which is actually a small town, you will be guaranteed of having lots of adventure and fun. A very well-known activity if this town is the Othello Tunnels inside the Coquihalla Canyon Provincial Park. The tunnels which were once used for a railway now have been turned into hiking trails at present.

Hell’s Gate is a part of the Columbia River that narrows and provides a wonderful way to explore Hell’s Gate by means of the Airtram. Amongst the other enjoyable pursuits in Hope, mention may be made of Hope Golf club, the Hope slide, and Falls Lake.

Amenities:

  • Easy on/off freeway access
  • Full Hookup Sites
    – Electricity (30/50 Amps)
    – Sewer, Water
    – Free Cable TV
  • Partial Hookup Sites
  • Sani Dump
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Shady and Sunny 65′ Pull-Thru
  • Free Hot Showers – Clean Washrooms
  • Limited Store – Ice – Wood
  • Community Room – Laundry – Playground
  • Quiet Park – Reasonable Rates
  • Spacious Grassy Tenting Sites – Fire Pits
  • Pets on Leashes Accepted
  • Monthly Rates available
  • 10% Discount – Good Sam, Seniors.
  • We Honour All Discount Cards

Wild Rose RV Park
62030 Flood Hope Rd, Hope, BC V0X 1L2, Canada
Hours: Open today · 9AM–6PM
Phone: +1 604-869-9842
Province: British Columbia
Website: http://www.wildrosecamp.com/

Living Forest Oceanside RV Park & Campground: Nanaimo

The name of the park by itself suggests that you will find some astounding natural beauties in this area. Covering in excess of 50 acres you will be assured of the fact that you are far away from the hectic world.

The site provides you with lots of facilities including Wi-Fi access and cable TV. All the showers and the toilets are kept tidy while hiking trails, a game center, canoeing and kayaking facilities will offer you plenty of enjoyment right here.

The Newcastle Island Provincial Marine Park, which is hosted by the closely situated Nanaimo Harbour, will offer you long stretches of trails, an incredible Lake, beaches, along with other enjoyable activities for your entire family. Apart from this, you will come across plenty of retail outlets and parks within the Nanaimo Harbor where you can keep yourself busy throughout the day. Moreover, you will get some fantastic views of the Georgia Strait right from Neck Point.

Amongst the other well-known attractions, the most notable ones are Little Qualicum Falls, Cathedral Grove, and Linley Valley.

Amenities: (Partial list)

  • Spectacular views with water on 3 sides
  • Over 50 acres, there’s lots of elbow room
  • Full-service RV sites, stunning ocean views
  • Great City of Nanaimo water from the pristine Nanaimo Lakes.
  • Great city water from pristine Nanaimo Lakes
  • 30 amp electricity- with some 50 amp sites
  • Sewer hookups and Sani-dump
  • 3 tenting areas – Riverview, riverside and forested
  • Group RV site for clubs with shelter, fire pit, and bocce court
  • Lots of private, family-sized campsites
  • The seasonal Living Forest Cafe’ features gourmet coffees, lattes, teas, breakfast sandwiches, ice cream and a cafe’ deck with an incredible water view, wi-fi, and laptop recharging stations
  • Office/store has ice, treats, and dry firewood
  • Large laundromat, 6 dryers, and 6 washers
  • Hi-speed wireless internet access (pay service available in many sites, free access at the office/games rooms and the Living Forest Café patio).
  • Fantastic sheltered kayaking and canoeing on site. Launch your own, or rent ours

Living Forest Oceanside RV Park
6 Maki Rd, Nanaimo, BC V9R 6N7, Canada
Hours: Open today · 9AM–8PM
Phone: +1 250-755-1755
Province: British Columbia
Website: https://www.livingforest.com/

Mountain Shadow RV Park and Campground: Iskut

This majestic RV Park can be considered to be a piece of heaven in the wilderness and is outfitted with pull-through as well as big back-in sites. Each one of these sites provides water and electric hookups and although it will not come across any sewer site, the park features a dump station where one can easily dispose of their dirty business. The majority of the sites include a picnic table and the park offers free firewood that can be used for campfires.

Amenities:

  • WiFi packages available
  • Extra Long Pull-Thru
  • Big Rig Friendly
  • Spacious Back-In Sites
  • 30 amp Power and Water Hookup
  • Sani-Dump Station
  • Coin Operated Showers with restroom
  • Our sites are all on gravel parking areas with grass strips
  • Picnic tables are in most sites
  • All sites are very spacious with room for slide-outs
  • Spectacular Views

Mountain Shadow RV Park
Highway 37, Box 3, Iskut, BC V0J 1K0, Canada
Hours: Open today · 8AM–8PM
Phone: +1 250-234-3333
Province: British Columbia
Website: https://www.mtshadowrvpark.com/

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Ray Roman is the main contributor to this site and an avid researcher of travel trailers and the RV industry in general. He loves flyfishing, vacationing in Red River, NM and spending time with family and friends.