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Kelowna to Westbank


Hiawatha RV Park Tel: (250) 861-4837 Toll: 1-888-784-7275 Web: www.hiawatharvpark.com


3795 Lakeshore Rd., Kelowna BC V1W 3K3 5 km S. of Kelowna on Pandosy/Lakeshore.


Secure family camping. Seasonal pool and spa. Near safe sandy beach. Night security and locked gate July & Aug. CP 7 days less 50% deposit. Reservations recommended. Sorry no second party reservations. WiFi included in rates. Open: Mar - Oct. ** Rates: Per Vehicle Unserviced $38-$56 Full Service $50-$75 Tenting $46-64 (power) Add’l Adult $10 Child 13-18 years $2 Child 12 & Under $1.


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Okanagan RV Park


Tel: (250) 212-0937 E-Mail: info@okanaganrvpark.com Web: www.okanaganrvpark.com


1865 Ross Rd., Kelowna BC V1Y 1T7 Fresh fruit grown onsite. Large landscaped


lots. Close to attractions, golf, wineries and lake. Easy access to Hwy 97. Fenced and secure. Big Rig Friendly. Open All Year. ** Rates: 2 Persons Serviced $45-$75.


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West Eagle Campground Tel: (250) 768-7426


2325 Okanagan Hwy, Westbank BC V4T 1V3 West Eagle Campground welcomes you. Large treed pull-thru sites with 30 amp. Family- friendly campground with office, store, playground, small pets allowed on leash. Approx. 3 km to beautiful Okanagan Lake, 1 km to our very own Two Eagles Golf Course & Academy. Open: May 1 - Sep 30. ** Rates: 4 Persons Unserviced $25 Serviced $45 Add’l Adult $2 Child $2.


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Keremeos


Eagle Campground & RV Park Tel: (250) 499-5439 E-Mail: eaglerv2016@yahoo.com


3169 10th Ave, Keremeos BC V0X 1N1 Steps from fishing, tubing and swimming in the


Similkameen River. Visit one of the local fruit markets or wineries. Take a short drive to one of the many local lakes and golf courses. Open All Year. ** Rates: Per Vehicle Serviced $35 Tenting $22 plus taxes.


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Everyone welcome! We want everyone to get away with


their family and “Live the Dream”


Sunshine Valley RV Resort & Cabins Sunshine Valley, BC • 604-869-0066 See listing pages 17 & 49


Tel: (250) 523-6479 Toll: 1-866-371-2606 E-Mail: info@milehighresort.com


Web: www.milehighresort.com 4700 Mile High Lane (Face Lake), Logan Lake BC


V0K 1W0 Family-oriented resort. Some treed sites. Firepits, farm animals, bird watching, hunting, ATVing, mountain biking. Annual and long term sites, picnic tables, gift shop. Geocaching, golf nearby. Star gazing. Highway maintained access road. Open All Year. ** Rates: Per Vehicle Unserviced $30-$35 Tenting $30-$35 Add’l Adult $5 Child 7 years & Up $5. No pets. ** See lodging listing page 52. ** See winter listing page 61. ** See featured members page 22.


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Logan Lake


Logan Lake Municipal Campground


Tel: (250) 523-6283 E-Mail: campground@loganlake.net Web: www.loganlake.ca


600 Campground Ave, Logan Lake BC V0K 1W0 On Logan Lake, beside Meadow Creek golf


course, Copper Ridge disc golf and bike skills park. 1 km. from downtown, hiking on nature trail. Clean, quiet. Great Stay & Play Packages. Reservation fee $8. Big Rig Friendly. Open: May 13 - Oct 13 (weather dependent). ** Rates: Per Vehicle Serviced $26 Tenting $20 incl. taxes. ** See ad inside back cover.


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Mile High Resort


Lytton to Spences Bridge


Acacia Grove RV Park & Cabins Tel: (250) 458-2227 Toll: 1-800-833-7508 E-Mail: acaciagrove@telus.net


Web: www.acacia-rvpark-cabins.com 3814 Riverview Ave E., Spences Bridge BC


V0K 2L0 RV park and cabins with kitchens in a lush setting overlooking the scenic Thompson River, famous for steelhead fishing, whitewater rafting and mountain sheep. 15/30 amp full hook-ups, pull-thrus, laundromat, free hot showers, flush toilets, small convenience grocery store, pay phones, games room, horseshoes, lawn bowling, volleyball. Pets welcome. Open All Year. ** Rates: 4 Persons Partial Service $37.50 (power/water) Serviced $40 (power/water/sewer) Tenting $20/ Single $37.50/4 Persons, taxes extra, showers included.


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KUMSHEEN Rafting Resort


Tel: (250) 455-2296 Toll: 1-800-663-6667 Web: www.kumsheen.com 1345 Trans Canada Hwy 1, 6 km E of Lytton BC


V0K 1Z0 Stunning views of the Thompson River’s White Canyon highlight each campsite. Daily rafting departures (including family trips), swimming pool, large spa, furnished canvas cabins (with antiques), teepees, interpretive trails, licensed restaurant, basketball, volleyball, disc golf. Open: May 1 - Sep 25. ** Rates: 2 Persons Unserviced $35 (May/Jun) $45 (Jul/Aug) $50 (electricity) Add’l Adult $5. ** See attraction listing page 58.


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Merritt & Area Claybanks RV Park & Campground


Tel: (250) 378-6441 E-Mail: info@claybanksrv.ca Web: www.claybanksrv.ca


1302 Voght St., Merritt BC V1K 1B8 Spacious grassed sites, immaculate washrooms


and flowers galore along Coldwater River. Walk to downtown and all the amenities, see murals, Walk of Stars and more. Golf and group discounts, WiFi. Winter camping and RV storage. Open All Year. ** Rates: Per Vehicle 2 Persons Unserviced $20 Serviced $30-$35 incl. taxes. Add’l Adult $5 Child 11 & Under Free.


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• Swimming pools • 15/30/50 amp electrical • C lubhouses • Washrooms with showers • Laundromats • Wi-Fi • In-park stores • Sani-dump stations • Local attractions


Our RV parks feature:


Big rig friendly


Kid friendly


Pet friendly


Make reservations at www.htr.ca • 604-869-0066


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