Camping and RVing BC Coalition partners each have their own web presence and the links below provide a great resource of planning information to locate items such as RV rentals, unique campsites, make reservations, seek out attractions or find things to do. The partners manage or represent over 1,500 campgrounds throughout British Columbia representing 50,000 campsites.
RV Rental Association of Canada
Information on over 2,500 rental vehicles from vanconversions to motorhomes.
Information on 250-plus private RV parks and campgrounds, as well as ownership and membership RV parks, offering a range of services and amenities.
Information on Provincial Parks, campsites, and recreation in British Columbia.
The Go Camping BC guide and website is owned and managed by the BC Society of Park Operators. Park Operators are contractors who operate campgrounds, maintain trails, parking lots, and provide services in BC Parks on behalf of the BC Government.
Destination BC's official site provides information on the different regions, cities, and towns throughout British Columbia.
Information on Canada's national parks, campground reservations, and permits.
Recreation Vehicle Dealers Association of BC
An online listing of "Dealers" who provide recreational vehicle repair services, and vehicle rentals throughout British Columbia.
Freshwater Fisheries Society of BC
The Society's gofishbc.com site is your on line resource for everything related to freshwater fishing in BC.
Recreation Sites and Trails BC
Recreation Sites and Trails BC is your on-line resource to discover more than 1300 recreation sites and 800 trails in BC's backcountry.
Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association
TOTA's official site provides information on travelling through our region's communities with itinerary suggestions, product business listings, things to do, activity packages, driving information and more.
Kootenay Rockies Tourism
The Kootenay Rockies region is located in the southern interior of BC, bordering Alberta and the U.S. and includes four National Parks (Yoho, Glacier, Mt. Revelstoke, Kootenay) as well as over 75 Provincial Parks. The Rocky Mountains rise in parallel with the ranges of the Purcell, Selkirk & Monashee (Columbia Mountains).