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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

  • Take a Trip through the Canadian Rockies, British Columbia’s Cowboy Country & into the Coast Mountains

    Actors in Historical Costume at Hat Creek Ranch. Photo: Destination BC/Blake Jorgenson

    Actors in Historical Costume at Hat Creek Ranch | Destination BC/Blake Jorgenson

    This is a road trip of a lifetime with breathtaking scenery infused with rich Canadian history as you drive from Calgary, Alberta to Vancouver, British Columbia. Wind your way through breathtaking snow-capped alpine peaks and around iridescent aquamarine lakes. Witness the highest mountain peak in Canada (Mount Robson 3,954 m / 12,972 ft.) and discover limestone formations. Continue Reading

  • Following the Gold Rush Trail through British Columbia’s Cariboo & Beyond

    Hoodoos near Cache Creek | Don-Weixl

    Follow the trail of the first prospectors who flocked to British Columbia in the mid-1800s in search of gold and riches. Travel through rugged mountains, steep canyons and past raging rivers of the Fraser Canyon and into the dry plateaus and rolling hills of the Thompson Okanagan and Cariboo regions. Continue north to Prince George, called the Northern Capital of BC, then east and south towards the stunning BC Rockies returning to Hope in Fraser Country. Continue Reading

  • Haida Gwaii Adventures, British Columbia

    Our RV parked at Halibut Bite on Haida Gwaii, BC | M. Moulton

    We had heard much about Haida Gwaii, the mystical secluded archipelago made up of a cluster of islands off the northern coast of BC.  We were eager to discover it for ourselves.  It’s sparsely populated and not easy to get to.  Most of the inhabitants are indigenous and live in villages located almost exclusively on Graham Island. 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

  • Osoyoos & Oliver, in the Okanagan, British Columbia – Offers Plenty To Do in the Summer

    Osoyoos Oxbows

    Osoyoos Oxbows

    For a unique British Columbia experience, head to Canada’s only true desert destination: Osoyoos, located at the southern end of the Okanagan Valley. A 20 minute drive north of Osoyoos is the town of Oliver. Described as the “Wine Capital of Canada” thanks to the more than 35 wineries that surround the town. Continue Reading

  • Exploring North Vancouver Island, British Columbia – Port McNeill & Port Hardy to Coal Harbour & Cape Scott

    Cluxewe Resort north of Port McNeill | C. Stathers

    We headed over to Coal Harbour (no, not the one in Vancouver). It was a short 30-minute drive from the campsite on paved roads. Coal Harbour is located on Quatsino Sound which provides boat access to communities such as Holberg and Port Alice. It is a busy harbour with float plane and boat traffic. Continue Reading

  • Exploring North Vancouver Island, British Columbia – Sayward to Port McNeill

    Cape Scott, San Josef Bay | Carol Stathers

    In 8 days, we travelled north from Campbell River to Port Hardy and west from Port Hardy to Cape Scott Park. We explored communities such as Sayward, Telegraph Cove, Port McNeil, Port Alice and Port Hardy and many smaller communities in between. If you are looking for a camping trip filled with beaches, cooler temperatures, small remote communities and abundant wildlife then keep reading, we found it all. Continue Reading

  • Bridge Lake Ice Caves in British Columbia’s Cariboo: A Cool Place to Visit on a Hot Day

    Viewing Platforms, Bridge Lake Ice Caves, Cariboo

    A Recreation Sites and Trails BC location, the Bridge Lake Ice Caves highlight a unique geological feature of the Bridge Lake shoreline. The annual freeze/thaw process, coupled with ongoing erosion, has created a shoreline full of crevices into which the annual snowfall melts and refreezes into ice. Continue Reading