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.

Sous chef Luigi working at the The Beachhouse Restaurant in West Vancouver.
Vancouver

The food festivals of Vancouver

Vancouver, B.C., has food festivals year-round. Whenever you visit, you can experience unique local flavours of all kinds.

August’s Blackberry Festival in Powell River.
Powell River

The best food to be found in Powell River, B.C.

There are many things that make Powell River unique, and the Blackberry Festival is just one of them.

A fifth wheel camper set up at St. Eugene RV Park.
Cranbrook

St. Eugene Golf Resort and Casino now includes an RV park

St. Eugene Golf Resort has partnered with KOA Journey Campgrounds. 

A winery in Osoyoos
Osoyoos

Osoyoos fruit stands and markets–and where to find them

Osoyoos, B.C., in the heart of the Okanagan Valley, is renowned for its fresh fruit, its delicious vegetables and its farm-to-plate mentality. Here are some of Osoyoos’ best flavours.

The mountainous vista of Harrison Lake near Agassiz, B.C.
Chilliwack

Fight the waves in Fraser Valley, B.C.

The Fraser Valley has the best of both worlds: fresh and saltwater. Close to the coast and surrounded by lakes, the Fraser Valley has many ways to enjoy the water this summer.

A view of Powell River from above
Powell River

Paddle into Powell River

Here are some of the best spots to visit in Powell River, B.C. Make sure to bring your kayak and your bathing suit so you can soak up some sun on the Sunshine Coast.

Cabin at Summerhill adds a touch of the old to the modern winery.
Kelowna

Kelowna wineries are a feast for the eyes and taste buds

Be seduced by the wines of Kelowna as knowledgeable hosts and award-winning winemakers pour their wines and share their stories in this special part of British Columbia.

Marysville Falls, near Kimberley, BC.
Kimberley

From waterfalls to whitewater rafting, you’ll find adventure in Kimberley, B.C.

Outdoor recreation is an integral part of the Kootenay vibe, and Kimberley is a nature lover's playground.

A bird’s-eye-view of the city of Burnaby, B.C.
Burnaby

Dive in to Burnaby, B.C.

Vancouver’s culture is greatly influenced by the constant availability of naturally occuring lakes and oceans. Burnaby is no different. Here are some of the water attractions around Burnaby that are making waves.

Osoyoos lake
Osoyoos

Outdoor recreation thrives in Osoyoos

Home to the warmest lake in Canada, Osoyoos is a treasure for RVing families.

One of the many gorgeous lake vistas that surround Lillooet, B.C.
Lillooet

Climb every mountain, ford every stream: In Lillooet

Lillooet, B.C., has a lot to offer when it comes to history and outdoor fun. In terms of water, Lillooet is positively surrounded. Here are some of the best water features near Lillooet, and some of the many reasons it should be your next vacation spot.

Peace River from above.
Fort St. John

Head up Peace River—All the way to Fort St. John

Fort St. John, B.C., is well-known as an oil-patch town, or as a rest stop along the Alaska Highway. It should also be known, however, as a great destination for all things water. Here are some of the great water-based things to do in Fort St. John.

musicians on a stage performing for a crowd
Events

Spectacular Summer Evenings at Butchart Gardens

Get ready for flowers at every turn, night illuminations, firework Saturdays and evening entertainment.
The pools at Nakusp Hot Springs.
Nakusp

The hot springs are calling

Lounge lakeside on the beach at Arrow Lake, hike to Gardener Creek Falls or take a dip in the Nakusp Hot Springs after a long day of exploring.

Most visitors to Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden enjoy the contrasting view of the Ting (Chinese gazebo) and Vancouver’s cityscape.
Vancouver

A little piece of tranquil China in bustling Vancouver

Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden offers serenity in busy Vancouver, B.C.

Capilano Suspension Bridge is a long suspended footbridge spanning 137 metres (450 feet) long and 70 metres (230 feet) high above the Capilano River below.
Vancouver

Capilano: Vancouver’s bridge of suspense

Capilano Suspension Bridge in Vancouver, B.C., is a popular tourist destination with a spectacular view of the Pacific temperate rainforest


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