British Columbia RVing stories

Check out the RVing opportunities in British Columbia

With its lush scenery and wide array of tourism hot spots, B.C. is one of the top places for adventure-seeking RVers to visit. Take a hike through vibrant forests, visit innovative shops and historical attractions or camp at a myriad of scenic sites.

The Argyle dining car is one of the standouts among the collection of train cars at the Museum of Rail Travel.

Choo-choo! All aboard for Cranbrook, B.C.

Cranbrook’s early years begin prior to the 1900s. It was—and still is—a city that relies on the railway

Salt Spring Island, B.C.
British Columbia

Have an island adventure during your B.C. vacation

British Columbia has several island destinations that you can access by ferry or floatplane.

This photo shows Ainsworth's natural cave with healing mineral waters on the bottom.
Ainsworth Hot Springs

Top things to see and do near Ainsworth Hot Springs

Visit Ainsworth Hot Springs for a soak in the mineral pools, a cave exploration or a backcountry hike to a glacier

The Doukhobor Museum in Grand Forks, B.C., has many old buildings scattered around the historic site.
Grand Forks

A grand place to embrace B.C. heritage

This cozy community has a wealth of history to share with its visitors.

Powell River's beauty includes a gorgeous coastline of blue ocean waters.
The Sunshine Coast

The journey of a coastal community

Powell River has its share of tales to tell and a history that is too intriguing to leave unexplored.

A camper is travelling on a winding rural road.

Celebrate Canada’s 150th with an RV trip of a lifetime

Canada’s 150th anniversary means it’s time for everyone to get out of their comfort zones—even farther away from the television—and explore our massive country. 

by Jillian Clark
Nakusp Hot Springs has the cleanest, clearest soaking mineral pools, with 200,000 litres of fresh, filtered water entering each pool every day.

The Historical Nakusp Hot Springs awaits

The Nakusp Hot Springs has been around for over 100 years and is one of the purest and cleanest sources of thermal healing waters in North America.

by Karen Kornelsen
A young couple is soaking in Radium Hot Springs in Kootenay National Park, British Columbia.
Radium Hot Springs

Rejuvenate in Radium Hot Spring’s rich history

Radium Hot Springs, Canada’s biggest hot springs pool, has a fascinating history and has been rejuvenating relaxation seekers for a very long time.

by Karen Kornelsen
The 3-D floor mural in the Christina Lake Visitor Centre captures the artistry that is prevalent in the community and the beauty that is prevalent in the surrounding area
Christina Lake

The art and heart of Christina Lake

Christina Lake’s community embodies an eclectic mosaic of creativity, business savvy and a passion for environmental stewardship.

The Gastown steam clock is one attraction you'll want to snap a photo of.

Vancouver tours bring history to life

Vancouver has a fascinating past, which you can learn more about by taking one of the creative tours available.


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