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Triple Y Campground & RV Park
6301 Shoreline Hwy, Somewhere BC, V9H 1P1
Tel: (250) 123-4567
Special Offer: 10% off daily rate. Free firewood package per night - value $5.
Open: 1-Apr to 31-Oct; Rates: 2 Persons $22.00-$25.00 Large private treed RV sites with tables, firepits. Vancouver Island’s cleanest restrooms. Hot showers. Laundry facilities. 10 mins from Campbell River on Hwy 28.
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Address is the location and nearest highway access. Operating season shows open and closed dates unless open all year. Rates quoted are for fully serviced campsites that include water, electrical and sewer. Rates may be sub- ject to change. It is recommended that you call individual establishments for details. Special offer is the discount or offer the campground will honour when you present the discount card between the dates of April 1 and June 25 and Sept. 6 to Oct. 11, 2010. The symbols show nine common facilities used by RVs. They start with the number of campsites available at the property. See the Explanation of Symbols section to the right for the meaning of each symbol.
Souvenir Discount Card
This is your RV BC & Alberta Spring & Fall Campground Specials Guide for guests renting Campers and Motorhomes from Members of the RV Rental Association of
Canada (www.rvrac.com). Discounts and offers from campground and RV Parks throughout BC and Alberta are valid from April 1 – June 25, 2010 and September 6 – October 11, 2010.
A discount souvenir card provided with this Guide is to be used in conjunction with the special offers and must be presented to the campgrounds at check-in. Some of the offers may not be valid at specified campgrounds during the Victoria Day long weekend of May 21-24, 2010.
Hyak Whitewater Rafting is pleased to extend the offer of their Special Discounts throughout the 2010 season.
There are 600 provincial parks in British Columbia and 75 provincial parks in Alberta. Many offer accessible camping for RVs, and day-use for activities such as hiking, canoeing and fishing. There’s always a good place to stop beside a lake or stream for a picnic at lunch or pull out a camping chair and sit back.
The parks are listed in this guide by Tourism Region, and more information can be found in the Go Camping Guide and the British Columbia Road Map. These are some of the most popular parks throughout the province.
To help you locate BC Parks, highway signs are posted on main access roads to provide advance notice at 2 km and 400 m from the park entrance.
Explanation of Symbols/ Explication des symbols/ Zeichenerklärung
L 50 Total Campsites; Nombre total de sites; Anzahl von Einzelplätzen
l Electrical outlets on site; Prises de courant sur le site; Individueller Stromanschluss
F Water outlets on site; Prises d’eau sur le site; Individueller Wasseranschluss
G Sewer outlets on site; Conduites d’égoûts sur le site; Individueller Abwasseranschluss
b Sani-station; Stations sanitaires; Abwasserstation c Flush toilets; Toilettes avec chasse d’eau; Toiletten mit Wasserspülung
d Showers; Douches; Duschen e Pay phone; Téléphone payant; Öffentliches Telefon
n Laundromat; Buanderie; Waschautomaten u Credit cards accepted; Cartes de crédit acceptées; Kreditkarten akzeptiert
Visit our RVRAC web site for direct
access to each of the following major RV rental stations all across Canada operated by:
CRUISE CANADA CANADREAM
FRASERWAY RV RENTALS GO WEST CAMPERS OWASCO RV
WESTCOAST MOUNTAIN CAMPERS
While opening and closing dates can vary, and may be dependent on weather, most BC Parks will be open May 1 to September 30. The coastal area and more southern parks may be open all year. Please visit www.bcparks.ca or www.albertaparks.ca and be sure to check the Visitor Centres to determine which parks are open along your way.
Camping fees in BC Parks vary according to facilities and services provided. Fees are payable (cash only) to the park operator at your campsite. Some parks have self-registration that requires the registration receipt to be displayed at your campsite.
To reserve a campsite, visit www.discovercamping.ca or call toll-free 1-800-689-9025. Alberta is introducing a “phone-in” campsite reservation service.
Day-use parking fees are applicable at some BC Parks in the Lower Mainland, Vancouver Island and Thompson Okanagan regions. Fees range from $1/hr. to $3/day. Day-use fees do not apply to paying overnight camping fees.
Private Campgrounds & RV Parks
An Approved Accommodation sign is awarded to tourist accommodations that have been inspected and have met Tourism British Columbia’s and Tourism Alberta’s standards of courtesy, comfort and cleanliness for the current or previous year. Establishments may display the white “Approved Accommodation” sign.
National Parks protect outstanding examples of Canada’s natural environment. British Columbia is home to seven National Parks and Alberta five, each with their own distinct characteristics. Camping is an excellent way to experience these national treasures.
Ask for a free trip planner for National Parks in British Columbia, which is available at Park entrances. Reserve your campsite in advance to ensure your experience in one of Canada’s National Parks is guaranteed! Visit the reservation website for a list of participating campgrounds: www.pccamping.ca.
Planning to visit several National Parks this year? The new Parks Canada Discovery Pass not only gives you unlimited entry to 27 National Parks but also your entry to the 78 participating National Historic Sites for the same price. The pass is available at participating National Parks and Historic Sites.
For information on the National Pass, entry fees, activities, facilities and programming visit: www.pc.gc.ca.
Burnaby Cariboo RV Park is an Associate Member of RVRAC. Hyak Whitewater Adventures and Black Ball Ferries are Affiliate Members.
Campground details are provided courtesy of British Columbia Lodging and Campgrounds Association. Members of British Columbia Lodging and Campgrounds Association are approved Tourism BC Accommodation.
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