Winter RVing in British Columbia is a one-of-a-kind experience. Waking up in a winter wonderland of snow while warm and cozy under a nice warm duvet in your winterized RV is many people’s dream. After breakfast, you can put on your winter clothes and head out to your favourite ski hill, cross-country trail, beach hike or ice fishing lake in a matter of minutes!

In British Columbia from November 1 to March 31 the temperatures are low, snow and rain is encountered and daylight hours are a lot shorter but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy RV camping in the wintertime. The Camping and RVing BC Coalition has created a page on their website featuring over 150 campgrounds and RV Parks, plus RV Rental Agencies, with winter rentals, that are open for business for the winter RVer!

Winter is a great time to #CampinBC

Winter RVing Blogs

Winter camping comes with its very own unique challenges and we are pleased to provide tips that will help you prepare your RV and enable you to take a British Columbia winter RV adventure. Need more information on what to expect when winter camping? Our blogs, written by winter camping enthusiasts like you, contain great information on their winter experiences, from the first time RVer’s perspective to great places to visit; and advice on winter things to do.

It’s always a great day to #CampinBC

Need an RV Rental?

A number of rental fleets are offering winter rentals for motorhomes. Canadream advertises that their motorhomes are “built for Canadian winter conditions with double pane windows and are equipped with a high efficiency furnace, generator, four coach batteries, interior winter cab blanket, and insulated and heated water and holding tanks”.

Rental fleets include Best Time RV, Canadream, Cruise Canada, Fraserway RV Rentals and Meridian – see

#CampinBC – Upcoming 2020 Annual Events:

  • Mark your calendar for May 19 to May 24, 2020 to participate in next year’s annual event celebrating the RVing and camping lifestyle – Canadian RV and Camping Week.
  • Mark the weekend of September 11 – 13, 2020 on your calendar, as Canadian campgrounds coast-to-coast participate in the annual Canadian Camping Appreciation Weekend.


About the Camping and RVing British Columbia Coalition

The Camping and RVing BC Coalition was formed in 2008 with the support of Destination British Columbia to better position the provincial camping and RVing experience and to capitalize on the growth of nature-based tourism. Coalition members currently include BC Parks, BC Lodging & Campgrounds Association, Recreation Sites and Trails BC, RV Rental Association of Canada, Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association, Kootenay Rockies Tourism, BC Society of Parks Facility Operators, Parks Canada, Recreation Vehicle Dealers Association of British Columbia, Tourism Prince George and the Freshwater Fisheries Society of BC.

Media Contact
Joss Penny
Chair, Camping and RVing BC Coalition