Camping British Columbia: A Complete Guide to Provincial and National Park Campgrounds, Sixth Edition

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Heritage House Publishing Co, Mar 1, 2011 - Sports & Recreation - 256 pages
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Your guide to 150+ provincial and national park campgrounds.

Fully revised and updated, this sixth edition of Camping British Columbia describes the location, amenities and recreational activities of every BC provincial and national park that offers vehicle-accessible camping.

  • Camping with kids? Learn which campgrounds have interpretive programs, playgrounds and safe swimming beaches.
  • Don't want to rough it too much? Pick out the provincial and national parks with flush toilets, hot showers and restaurants nearby.
  • Exploring the province in an RV? Find out which campgrounds have sani-stations, hookups and pull-through sites.

Presented alphabetically region by region, with maps and easy-to-follow driving directions, these campground listings provide all the information anyone could want and make it easy to compare parks.

 

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Contents

BRITISH COLUMBIA PARKS WITH VEHICLEACCESSIBLE CAMPGROUNDS
INTRODUCTION
THE CAMPING EXPERIENCE
THE REGIONS AND THEIR PARKS
THE ISLANDS
VANCOUVER COAST AND MOUNTAINS
THOMPSON OKANAGAN
BC ROCKIES
CARIBOO CHILCOTIN COAST
NORTHERN BC
MULTIDAY CAMPING TOURS
SPECIALINTEREST CAMPING RECOMMENDATIONS
USEFUL INFORMATION
GROUP CAMPING
CAMPGROUND COOKING
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Jayne Seagrave moved to Canada from England at the end of the 1980s. She lives with her husband, Andrew, and their two sons in Vancouver, BC. She has a Ph.D. in criminology and divides her time between working as the marketing manager for The Vancouver Tool Corporation (www.vancouvertool.com), the business she started with her husband, speaking on innovation and the home-improvement industry (www.jayneseagrave.com) and enjoying her family and British Columbia.

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