Winter camping and RV snowbirding (RV long stays from late fall to early spring) are growing in popularity in British Columbia thanks to the province’s mild to moderate winter weather and over 150 year-round campgrounds and RV parks. Camping options range from full-service resorts to more basic campsites in provincial parks for self-sufficient campers.
Activities during this season include trail hiking and biking, sightseeing, wildlife viewing, snowshoeing, skiing, snowmobiling and even golf around Vancouver and on Vancouver Island. Attending winter festivals, shopping, spa visits and sampling BC’s renowned bistros, brew pubs and wineries also keep snowbirds and campers busy. For available amenities, along with winter rates, check directly with the campground(s).