Reserve Western Park Site

Campers who want to use some of BC’s most popular parks now have the option of paying to reserve a site.

Reservations will be required for half the spaces in 42 of the province’s 164 parks. The rest of the spaces will be available for drop-in users.

Included are Porteau Cove, Okanagan Lake, Barkerville, Mount Robson and Laird River Hotsprings.

Campers pay an additional $6 per night to reserve a spot, to a maximum of $18 for three nights or more, on top of regular camping fees. Campsites and reservation
fees are payable by credit card at the time of booking.

Reservations can be made up to 3 months in advance and for as long as 14 days. National park passes are valid for Banff, Jasper, Yoho and Kootenay National Parks.The Great Western Annual Pass is available for entry into all 11 national parks in Western Canada, and also carries discount coupons for entry to historic sites.

A national park pass is required for travel on the Icefields parkway.