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  • Soak in the Sunshine Coast Along BC’s Salish Sea Route – Langdale to Egmont

    Halfmoon Bay, Sunshine Coast | @glamouraspirit_:

    Indigenous cultures, artistic communities, sea-inspired activities, spectacular coastlines and old growth forests make up British Columbia’s Salish Sea Coastal Route. Continue Reading

  • Kokanee Creek Provincial Park, British Columbia

    Kokanee Creek Provincial Park Grassland Trail Beach | Kim Walker

    Kokanee Creek Provincial Park is a large and popular campground 20 minutes east of Nelson. The park has four separate campgrounds, accepts reservations for 132 of its 189 vehicle-accessible sites, and has many things to see and do during your stay. Continue Reading

  • Spring Activities & Camping Abound in British Columbia’s Okanagan

    Wineries in the Okanagan | Thompson Okanagan Tourism

    There are a variety of activities available in early spring, especially because the temperate climate of the Okanagan is so warm early in the season. Continue Reading

  • Winter Activities On British Columbia’s Sunshine Coast for Snowbird RVers

    Douglas Bevans of Sunshine Coast Art Tours and guests after an enjoyable visit to Motoko's Fine Art Gallery in Garden Bay. Credit: Sunshine Coast Tourism/Shayd Johnson

    Douglas Bevans of Sunshine Coast Art Tours and guests after an enjoyable visit to Motoko's Fine Art Gallery in Garden Bay. Credit: Sunshine Coast Tourism/Shayd Johnson

    There’s plenty to do both inside and out if you’re RVing on the Sunshine Coast in the winter. From the artistic community of Gibsons northeast to the harbour village of Lund, mountains meet the sea along the Sunshine Coast, a mainland area uniquely only accessible by ferry, boat or plane. Winters are typically mild and range from 2 to 10ºC (20 to 50°F) during the day. In lower elevations, rains keep the flora and forests lush, while higher areas see snow. Continue Reading

  • Summer in Valemount, British Columbia: Where the Mountains Move You

    Paddleboarding near Valemount | Kelly Funk

    Just over an hour west of Jasper, Alberta, Valemount is in the Robson Valley, situated along and east of Highway 5 (Yellowhead Hwy) and nestled between the Rocky, Monashee and Cariboo mountains (to the east, south and west). It’s a municipality with a big heart – and venturesome residents eager to show visitors what their playground is all about. Continue Reading

  • The Final 5 Days in a Rental RV Exploring the Coastal Mountains of BC

    Fraser Cove Campground. Peter and a Sturgeon

    Having picked up our RV rental in Delta, BC the first five days of our circle tour took us to Manning Park, Merritt, Kamloops and on our 4th night we stayed at Pinantan Lake Resort north off Hwy 5. Continue Reading

  • Boating and Other Watersports are Popular in British Columbia

    Kayaking Bowron Lake, Cariboo. Photo BC Parks

    Kayaking Bowron Lake, Cariboo. Photo BC Parks

    Does floating along in a kayak on the quiet waters of a sheltered cove appeal to you? Or, is experiencing the thrill of whitewater rafting or dancing on the wake of a boat on water skis more your style? Perhaps you enjoy the flap of the sails on the open water, or the oneness of paddleboarding. Continue Reading

  • Pender Island, British Columbia: The Perfect Weekend Away

    If you are looking for a new adventure, why not consider one of the Gulf Islands situated off the east coast of Vancouver Island, BC? A few summers ago we decided to pick one or two Gulf Islands each year to explore, and Pender Island proved to be an excellent choice. Continue Reading

  • Porpoise Bay Provincial Park on British Columbia’s Sunshine Coast – A Great Place for a Camping Holiday

    Kayaking at Smuggler Cove

    Kayaking at Smuggler Cove

    Porpoise Bay Provincial Park is an ideal destination for family fun. At only four kilometres north of Sechelt and at the very south end of the Sechelt Inlet, Porpoise Bay Provincial Park makes an excellent base camp for a larger exploration of the Sunshine Coast. There are plenty of opportunities to get active, whether your chosen speed be relaxing and swimming at the beach, hitting the trails, or exploring the local waterways and marine parks. Continue Reading

  • Discover 8 Camping Experiences in British Columbia This Summer

    For those of us who are lucky enough to live in BC, we have an incredible backyard to explore. From remote wilderness experiences, family-friendly campgrounds to luxury glamping, BC offers an array of camping options. We have a short list of camping options slightly off the beaten path to pitch your tent, park your RV, or claim your cabin. Continue Reading