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  • 5 Gift ideas for the “Happy Camper”
    Cake Taker

    Cake Taker

    Here are five gift ideas to put under the tree. Continue Reading

  • 9 Steps To Winterizing Your RV
    Winterize RV

    Winterize Your RV

    For those new to RVing we offer a few important steps you need to take to ensure your RV will survive the colder winter season. Continue Reading

  • Vancouver Island, BC Off-Season Adventures
    SnowShoeing Mt Washington, BC

    Snow Shoeing Mt Washington, BC

    To get you started let me give you just a couple of very different 'cool season' activities on different parts of Vancouver Island, along with two fantastic year-round RV parks located close to each mini adventure. Life’s too short not to visit the best places, right? So let’s start this Island winter season sampler Continue Reading

  • 5 Go To Camping Games for the Whole Family
    Rummikub also called Rummy O. Photo: Darlene O

    Rummikub also called Rummy O. Photo: Darlene O

    When thinking of the annual camping trip(s) and preparing lists, I find that the first list that comes to mind is the “Entertainment list”. No I am not talking about bringing the TV, PVR or the DVDs. I’m talking about good old sit down games that are fun for all ages. The list for games is quite vast, so I’ll keep it simple with my 5 great games to play while camping. Continue Reading

  • Coast Along British Columbia’s Famed Fishing Highway 24 in the Cariboo
    Sheridan Lake by Fishing Hwy 24 Tourist Association

    Sheridan Lake by Fishing Hwy 24 Tourist Association

    While travelling east-west between the Southern Cariboo’s 100 Mile House (above the Fraser Plateau) and the town of Little Fort in BC’s Thompson River Valley, you’ll find the historic Highway 24 – also known as BC’s Fishing Highway. Continue Reading

  • Tips to Prepare Your RV for Winter Camping in BC
    Riverside Park, Whistler, BC

    Riverside Park, Whistler, BC

    Did you know that there are some 140 campgrounds including BC Parks sites and private campgrounds/RV parks open year-round? You just have to prepare for your camping trips so you keep warm and cozy and that your RV is prepared for winter conditions. Continue Reading

  • Plan a Memorable Vacation in BC’s Stunning Telegraph Cove and the Broughton Archipelago
    Swimming in the Burdwood Group Islands | Kim Campbell-Walker

    Swimming in the Burdwood Group Islands | Kim Campbell-Walker

    Broughton Archipelago Provincial Park, sandwiched between Northern Vancouver Island and mainland British Columbia, is certainly in contention for one of the most beautiful parts of the province. With towering cliffs, midden beaches, rocky islets, and protected passageways through lushly forested islands, the Broughton Archipelago makes up the largest marine park in British Columbia. Continue Reading

  • Golden Ears Provincial Park has Lots of Camping Options
    Golden Ears Park Steve Young

    Golden Ears Park | Steve Young

    There are three main campgrounds as well as a walk-in Campground at Alder Flats on the West Canyon Trail. There is a boat launch, a highly popular day use area that has canoe rentals. The lake has a roped off area for swimming and water fun and is large enough for water skiing. Continue Reading

  • 5 Unique Locations to Explore in Nanaimo, BC
    Morden Colliery, Nanaimo

    Morden Colliery, Nanaimo | Kim Parcher

    Many people pass through Nanaimo while on route to various other Vancouver Island destinations. In doing so, some of the most fascinating locations are missed. Here are five great reasons to make Nanaimo one of the top places to explore. Continue Reading

  • Hip and Happening in the South Cariboo, BC – 10 Reasons to Visit Today
    Pie & Icecream, Canim Lake General Store. Photo: Canim Lake General Store Facebook Page

    Pie & Icecream, Canim Lake General Store. Photo: Canim Lake General Store Facebook Page

    The South Cariboo area of British Columbia is known as a land of big adventures, outdoor recreation and cowboys. And with the proliferation of world-class guest ranches dotted across its wide-open landscape, it definitely comes by its reputation naturally. But many don’t realize that the South Cariboo is also a land of rich history, talented artisans, and culinary enthusiasts. Continue Reading

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