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.

A group of people in First Nations traditional clothing
British Columbia

Embrace the arts and culture of B.C.’s First Nations communities

Visit these locations in British Columbia, and learn more about local First Nations history.

beach with a sunny sky
Vancouver Island

Why RVers fall in love with Vancouver Island

When the time comes to take a holiday on Vancouver Island, these are some of the most enticing stops you’ll want to make.

Teardrop trailers lined up
RV News

Northern Teardrop RV manufacturers find their niche in Salmo, B.C.

Dale and Diana Olinyk took a honeymoon tour of the Kootenays and ended up building a legacy.
owner of Vintage Pour Mobile Bar pouring a drink with the trees and lake in background
RV News

How a restored vintage RV unit became a popular mobile bar in B.C.

Inspired by her travels, Megan DeVries invested time, money and considerable elbow grease to create Vintage Pour Mobile Bar in Nelson, B.C.
fruit at a market stand
Thompson Okanagan

Top farmers markets in the Okanagan

Stock up on fresh produce and artisan creations at these Okanagan farmers markets.

Jeremiah Woods standing in front of row of VW vans.
Golden

Vintage VW lovers will appreciate this groovy Golden, B.C. campground

Jeremiah Woods is the owner of a large fleet of VW vehicles and now he’s created a campground in Golden, B.C., to share his love of the iconic brand 

by Julie Matchett
lady walking on a suspension bridge
RV News

Up for an adventure? The Golden Skybridge experience is now open

Entertainment company Pursuit has launched an exhilarating new attraction in Golden, B.C.

bridge with lights on it
Vancouver Coast and Mountains

Top 5 places to go RVing in B.C.’s Lower Mainland region

If you’re lucky enough to go camping in the Lower Mainland this year, be prepared for exhilarating activities and famous B.C. tourist attractions.
Butchart botanical garden
Victoria

Top 5 botanical gardens in Canada

Tour these majestic Canadian garden spaces and get in touch with nature.

photo of waterfront park walkway
RV News

A predicted boom for British Columbia tourism

B.C. is expected to see a record-breaking increase in tourism for 2019, with more visitors returning to the province for sightseeing and camping.

Lillooet mountains and lake
Lillooet

Lillooet will make you fall in love

From wine and dining to parks and gardens, Lillooet, B.C., has the escape you seek.
Group of golfers on course with lake in background.
Kootenay Rockies

Tee it Up: Golf the Kootenays this summer and fall

The Kootenay area is sure to offer the perfect course to suit any golfer

Dan Matheson, the manager, stands next to a blue delphinium  that is taller than he is.
Kimberley

Cominco Gardens: A floral work of art

While checking out Kimberley’s visitor attractions, don’t forget the flowerful Cominco Gardens.

by Virginia Rasch
Red and white tulips are beautiful against a backdrop of assorted colourful maples.
Vancouver

VanDusen magic

In the heart of bustling, hustling Vancouver lies an oasis of calm and beauty called VanDusen Garden.

Two women take a dog for a walk along a shoreline.
Powell River

Foregone charm is hidden within the natural beauty of Willingdon Beach Trail

Paul Kamon, executive director for Sunshine Coast Tourism, spotlights what makes Willingdon Beach Trail worth walking in Powell River, B.C.

Wendy Provins displays her art at the Okanagan Art Gallery in Osoyoos, B.C. Photo courtesy Wendy Provins
British Columbia

A collection of small-town arts and culture

These are some of the top quaint-yet-artistic Canadian communities.


RV-friendly businesses near British Columbia