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Looking for an adventure this summer? Travel safely and enjoy the great outdoors by planning an RV trip to BC. From the picturesque beaches of Tofino to the lush forests of Squamish, there are plenty of spots to set up shop in BC this summer.
Is there any part of Vancouver Island more picturesque than Tofino? We certainly don’t think so. Get in your RV and head to Crystal Cove Beach Resort, where you can wake up to the most beautiful oceanfront sunrise of your life. The Crystal Cove Beach Resort is conveniently located just 5 minutes from the town of Tofino and 15 minutes from Pacific Rim National Park. Park amenities include 30 hookup sites, as well as WiFi, coffee, free firewood, and DVD and board game rentals.
Head to the Sunshine Coast and enjoy all that Porpoise Bay Provincial Park has to offer. Situated in Sechelt, BC, this waterfront park is known for its turquoise waters, sand beaches, and majestic forests. Whether you’re looking to swim, paddle, or hike, you will find a great spot in Porpoise Bay Provincial Park. Although there are no hookups in the park, you can visit the nearby Bayside Campground & RV Park for the essentials (it has 10 partial hookup sites and 20 full hookup sites).
The Living Forest Oceanside Campground & RV Park is one of the most popular RV parks on Vancouver Island. Located in Nanaimo, this family-friendly spot has plenty of amenities, plus over 300 campgrounds. Here, you’ll find showers, a café, trail access, a games room and lounge, and of course, panoramic views of the area. Bring your kayak along and enjoy a morning paddle in the water or head out for a bike ride or hike on one of the nearby trails. There’s no shortage of natural beauty at this Nanaimo RV park.
One hour north of Vancouver lies Alice Lake Provincial Park in Squamish. Swimming, fishing, and plenty of hiking trails make this a popular spot. The campground can accommodate up to 55 vehicles with one group camping area that has electrical hookups. Pack your hiking boots and explore Squamish’s beautiful backcountry or take it easy and enjoy a ride on the famous Sea to Sky Gondola.
If you’re visiting BC this summer, then we recommend exploring it by RV. And if you need a place to stay during your time in Vancouver, you’re always welcome at the Capilano River RV Park.