Cariboo Chilcotin Coast RVing stories

Check out the RVing opportunities in Cariboo Chilcotin Coast

The Cariboo Chilcotin Coast has many attributes that make it ideal for RVers. The region offers an unspoiled natural landscape, friendly communities and rich gold rush heritage that will make it one of your favourite RV destinations.

Lillooet mountains and lake

Lillooet will make you fall in love

From wine and dining to parks and gardens, Lillooet, B.C., has the escape you seek.
One of the many gorgeous lake vistas that surround Lillooet, B.C.

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.

horse drawn buggy with tourists in Barkerville

Top things to see and do in Barkerville

Go back to the good old days in this thriving example of B.C. history.

Horsting Farm Market logo.
Cache Creek

From farm to your plate

Even though Cache Creek is a small town, you will have no problem finding some tasty homemade meals.

by Kimberly Shellborn
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Hunting is a way of life from which countless stories are told

Explore the vast mountainous terrain as Lloyd Antypowich takes you on hunting adventures in search of what drives his passion and motivation.

A cowboy on a horse in a pasture.

Horses, heritage and gold fever

The mule trains, freight wagons and lonely faces of miners making their way north to the gold fields are long gone, but RVers can still trace the footsteps of their 1860s counterparts by travelling B.C.’s fabled Gold Rush Trail.

Vintage cars are on display during Graffiti Days in Cache Creek, B.C.
Cache Creek

Cache Creek welcomes you

As well as fishing, hunting, golf, snowmobiling and cross-country skiing, Cache Creek, B.C., offers some fun, community-based options.

Summer sunrise on Kamloops lake. this is the BC desert country, driving from Cache Creek on Highway 97 there was lots of rain during the spring so the sage and grass were still green. the yellow flowers were still blooming as well.
Cache Creek

Cache Creek offers many opportunities for dramatic scenery photos

Arrive in the spring for photos of the sagebrush after a rainfall, take a panoramic shot of the snow-covered hillside, or catch a cowboy being thrown from his horse.

Quesnel Lake

Loving the lake

Next time you plan a nature-oriented holiday, point your RV in the direction of Quesnel Lake, B.C.

children, adults and a costumed interpreter panning for gold at a long trough filled with water

Bring the family to Barkerville for an adventure they won’t forget

Learn about gold mining in the mid-1800s while visiting Barkerville Historic Town, a restored gold rush town in central British Columbia.

hikers looking at a river
Williams Lake

Families enjoy the network of trails near Williams Lake

Family vacations to Williams Lake may include hiking or mountain biking over kilometres of trails.

Rose, wearing a vest, jeans and t-shirt, smiles at the camera while she takes notes on a clipboard.
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All in a day’s work

Optimism and a friendly disposition are some of the biggest assets for Rose Higgins as she manages the Barkerville campgrounds.

Gold panning demonstration in Barkerville

Barkerville hits 150 years

Gold miners are remembered and celebrated in Barkerville Historic Town, which marks 150 years in 2012.

farm buildings on a plot of land
Cache Creek

Top things to see and do in Cache Creek

There’s a lot more to see and experience in Cache Creek than just the rolling sagebrush and prickly cactus covering the surrounding hillsides.


Prepare to strike it rich and learn something en route

The small town of Barkerville has a big enough personality to whisk you away from any bustling city.

by Breanne Massey
Interpreters in period clothing at the Historic Hat Creek Ranch.
Cache Creek

Discovering rustic roadhouses

Step back into the time when transportation meant stagecoaches, bumpy roads and rustic roadhouses.

RV-friendly businesses near Cariboo Chilcotin Coast