Burnaby RVing stories

Check out the RVing opportunities in Burnaby, British Columbia

The city of Burnaby is a forward-thinking, environmentally conscious community that offers plenty for RV campers to see and do.

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

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.

Lulu Island Winery is located in Richmond, B.C., and its main building is pictured here.

Tasting and touring in the Fraser Valley

Visit a host of local wineries, and sample your way through the Fraser Valley.

White Rock beach in BC is a must-see

The Lower Mainland offers sublime sights

If you're camping near Burnaby and Surrey, there are plenty of places to go for a nearby stroll.

Tourists standing on the porch of the yurt lookout at Grouse Mountain

Grizzly bears: A wild kingdom on Vancouver’s North Shore

RVers, especially those with young people on board, often discover the most enjoyable activities are those involving visits to animal sanctuaries or the up-close viewing of the wildlife unique to Western Canada’s natural playgrounds. 

Point Atkinson Lighthouse, built in 1875 is still in operation today.

Heritage gardens, theatres, markets, and a lighthouse – Vancouver has them all

How often do we hear friends say they had traveled the world but had not realized how many places there are to enjoy much closer to home. Here are just a few of the attractions for RV visitors to the Vancouver area. 

restaurants in Burnaby

Burnaby restaurants will appeal to your appetite

Burnaby has a lot of attractions to offer RVers, but the food alone is enough reason to visit.

RV-friendly businesses near Burnaby