Camping, outdoor recreation, and wilderness opportunities in British Columbia are limitless! Provincial parks offer many activities to excite all outdoor enthusiasts. Families looking to camp, bike, hike, fish, swim or just spend a lazy day floating down a river will find everything and more while exploring BC parks.
Provincial Parks in the South Okanagan / Boundary Region:
Visitors looking for popular destination campgrounds such as Kettle River and Texas Creek (Gladstone) will enjoy amenities such as flush toilets, hot showers and large beaches. Nearby quaint towns such as OK Falls, Oliver, Osoyoos, Rock Creek, Greenwood, Grand Forks and Christina Lake provide unique and fun shopping and dining experiences. Those seeking serene, secluded lakeside camping will be in their element at Conkle Lake or Jewel Lake Provincial Park.
Provincial Parks in the North Island Region:
Camping and nature enthusiasts – look no further than North Vancouver Island for all your outdoor recreation needs! Campers looking for family camping with lots of amenities will fall in love with Miracle Beach. Campers have access to amenities such as hot showers, a nature house and store, flush toilets, adventure playground, and a truly impressive beach. Black Creek, Comox, Campbell River and Courtenay are nearby to provide unique and fun shopping and dining experiences. Those looking for rustic wilderness lakeside camping should seek their thrills at Loveland Bay, Main Lake, or Morton Lake. If exploring oceanside or island hopping is your aim, check out the campsites at Smelt Bay or Fillongley or go for a hike at a stunning location such as Rebecca Spit or Helliwell.
Explore BC Parks in the South Okanagan / Boundary and North Island Regions; discover everything these outstanding areas have to offer!
The South Okanagan / Boundary Region and the North Island Region of BC Parks is proudly operated by Quality Recreation Ltd.