Osoyoos, BC: Desert Camping in the Winter
5 BC Places to Visit for Outdoor Fun and Winter Camping
If you thought that camping and RVing was devoted solely to those months without snow, you would be wrong. British Columbia is fast becoming a destination for RVing and camping, particularly with those who live in colder climes. Here are 5 blogs that we have published during the past year that showcase some of things to do and places to camp in BC’s winter months.Continue Reading
9 Steps To Winterizing Your RV
While many RVers in British Columbia have extended their camping into the spring and fall and even through the winter, many put their RV to bed for the winter months. 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.
You have 2 options. You can take your recreational vehicle to an RV dealer or, you can do it yourself.
Following are steps for winterizing your RV yourself provided by GoRVing Canada.
Vancouver Island, BC Off-Season Adventures
Tips to Prepare Your RV for Winter Camping in BC
Imagine waking up surrounded by glistening snow, where the outdoors beckons you to do some cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, maybe ice-fishing, or just a walk in a stunning winter wonderland. Kids can build snowmen, make snow angels and toboggan. And where a cup of hot chocolate never tasted so good.
Just because winter is approachi Continue Reading
Golden Ears Provincial Park has Lots of Camping Options
Out for one last trip with my camping buddies and every year we choose Golden Ears Provincial Park as our end of “summer” ca Continue Reading
Winter RV Adventure for Camping Newbies at Sunshine Valley & Manning Park, BC
5 Ways to Enjoy Winter in Wine Country, Okanagan, British Columbia
As cooler temperatures emerge, and the snow blankets the vineyards, the valley transforms from a sun-soaked paradise to the ultimate winter destination. From champagne powder to frozen waterfalls to theatrical sleigh ride shows, the winter can be a magical time to explore the Okanagan.Continue Reading