Tips for Trips

There isn’t a nook or cranny in BC and Alberta where our campers haven’t been. Many have toured through Yellowstone in Montana, the Badlands in Saskatchewan, the Olympic Peninsula, east to Mount Rushmore, the Queen Charlotte Islands, and north to Alaska. Give yourself enough time for all the wilderness attractions along the way. Start your […]


Explore BC’s endless horizons

The BC Travel Guide contains dozens of full-color road maps and thousands of points of interest, travel suggestions and route descriptions with distances and directions. The annual edition covers explorers, early settlements, native cultures, campsites, forests, flags and parks. The 290-page guide misses nothing. From tips to tidal flats, wineries, ghost towns, fish hatcheries, farms, […]


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 […]


Help protect wildlife for everyone’s enjoyment

Here are some concerns about driving and viewing wildlife. You are in bear country Bears are wild animals and demand your respect. Strong and agile, they will defend their young and their territory. All bears are potentially dangerous. Never feed or approach a bear, especially a cub. Stay in your camper if you spot a bear […]