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Camping in Hope, Cascades & Canyons

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Nothing says summer like going out camping with your loved ones and basking in the beauty of British Columbia. Dust off the tents and sleeping bags, fuel up the RV and load up your fridge or cooler, but not before you check out our list of unforgettable camping spots in Hope, Cascades & Canyons:

WILDERNESS

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COLDSPRING CAMPGROUND
889 Crowsnest Highway, Manning Park

Located within Manning Park, Coldspring offers 66 sites with basic accommodations such as water taps and flush toilets. But what we love most about this campground is the surrounding area where you will find no shortage of biking trails (casual and mountain biking) and hiking trails that show off the incredible landscapes of Manning Park.

SKAGIT VALLEY PROVINCIAL PARK
Silver Skagit Road, Hope

Skagit Valley Provincial Park is a great park to really get in touch with nature! Walk-in/backcountry/wilderness camping is allowed and there are 3 locations in the park where there are tent pads and other necessary amenities. There are also vehicle accessible camping options at 3 different campgrounds within the park. Wherever you stay at Skagit Valley, exploring and activities are seemingly endless!

SILVER LAKE PROVINCIAL PARK
Silver Skagit Road, Hope

This humble campground, located less than an hour south of Hope, has 25 sites, water pumps and pit toilets. Connect with nature here by doing some casual cycling, hiking or swimming in the lake surrounded by towering mountains.

RIVERSIDE

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COQUIHALLA CAMPGROUND
800 Kawkawa Lake Road, Hope

Enjoy the calming sounds and views of the Coquihalla River while you camp on the edge of Hope. The Coquihalla campground offers many useful amenities such as full hook-up campsites, shower and laundry facilities, Wi-Fi and more!

EMORY CREEK CAMPGROUND
18km north of Hope

Take a short trip north of Hope on Highway 1 for 18km to find this campground that sits right on the bank of the Fraser River. Each of the 35 sites are surrounded by lush greenery giving campers privacy and solitude. Walking trails give quick access to the beaches of the Fraser River and Emory Creek with its swimming pools that are naturally formed annually.

TELTE-YET CAMPGROUND
600 Water Avenue, Hope

Also located on the bank of the Fraser River, the Telte Yet campground offers a wide view of the Fraser from many of its 29 sites. With full amenities including electricity hookups, water, showers, laundry, and internet, you’ll be able to camp comfortably here. You’ll also enjoy Telte Yet’s convenient location in Hope, just in case you need to run into town for anything you may have left at home.

LAKESIDE

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BLUE LAKE RESORT
63452 Blue Lake, Boston Bar

Bring your family to Blue Lake Resort where there’s a wide variety of things to see and do in a concentrated area. Here you will find a variety of accommodations including several different cabins and campsites fit for tenting or bringing a trailer/RV. Sites go all the way up to the lake and there are even creeks running through the park! There’s plenty of fun activities for all ages at Blue Lake Resort and many memories to be made!

NAHATLATCH PROVINCIAL PARK
Nahatlatch Road

Explore Nahatlatch Provincial Park and find three gorgeous lakes (Francis, Hanna and Nahatlatch) with several different campsites to choose from. There’s no shortage of activities on and around the lakes of Nahatlatch including canoeing/kayaking, swimming, fishing, hunting, cycling and hiking!

ROSS LAKE PROVINCIAL PARK
Fraser Valley B

Located within Skagit Valley Provincial Park, Ross Lake Campground is one of the three vehicle accessible campgrounds of the park. There are 88 sites including reservation and first come first serve spots. Ross Lake Campground is a great place to bring your family with its new playground and many things to see and do both on and off the lake!

RV CAMPING

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SUNSHINE VALLEY RV RESORT & CABINS
14850 Alpine Boulevard, Hope

Just 15 minutes out of Hope, the Sunshine Valley RV Resort is an excellent place to get the most out of your RV adventure! Park in one of the 110 large sites with 50-amp service and settle into picturesque views of the surrounding mountains. Outside you can explore the nearby hiking/biking trails, ATV/dirt-bike trails, swimming pool and other waterways or head inside and check out the indoor pool, hot tub, and fitness centre!

CAMPERLAND RV RESORT AND CABINS
53730 Bridal Falls Road, Rosedale

Situated at the base of Mt. Cheam and neighbouring the Bridal Falls Waterpark, Camperland RV Resort has everything you need for a fun and memorable getaway. In total there are 280 sites fit for anything ranging from full hookups to tents! Hiking, golfing, swimming pools, hot tubs and themed weekends and activities means there is no shortage of things for the whole family to do here!

WILDROSE CAMPGROUND & RV PARK
62030 Flood Hope Road, Hope

Less than 10km west of Hope, this quiet RV campground has the amenities that one needs for a comfortable stay. Full-hook up sites, tenting sites and everything in between are available at WildRose. Included in your stay are free hot showers, Wi-Fi, and Sani-dump.

ACCESSIBLE CAMPGROUNDS

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LIGHTNING LAKE CAMPGROUND
Crowsnest Highway, Manning Park

As the most popular campground in Manning Park, Lightning Lake has certainly earned its reputation with its access to an abundance of activities. The drive-in campground is inclusive of all needs with the Sumallo Grove Interpretive trail, Lightning Lake day-use area and washhouses all being wheelchair-accessible.

SUNSHINE VALLEY RV RESORT & CABINS
14850 Alpine Boulevard, Hope

There’s something for everyone at Sunshine Valley. As we have said before, Sunshine Valley is the place to be to get the most out of your RV camping experience! Visitors of all levels of mobility will find no lack of things to do here. Some easily accessible activities include hanging out by the different nearby waterways, heading to the recreation center or swimming in the indoor or outdoor pools/hot tubs.

MULE DEER CAMPGROUND
516 Crowsnest Highway, Manning Park

Also found in Manning Park and backing onto the shores of the Similkameen River is Mule Deer campground. Here you can enjoy the peaceful rapids of the river from one of the 50 campsites. The amenities are slightly lesser than those of Lightning Lake, having water taps and pit toilets, but that doesn’t mean that the scenery is any less memorable! The drive-in campsite is located directly off the Crowsnest Highway and is flat and easily navigable for all levels of mobility.

The mountains, lakes and rivers are calling! Come to one or many of these campgrounds this summer to make some unforgettable memories in Hope, Cascades & Canyons!

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