Where should we go

Now that you are the proud owner of an RV,

You want to get out there and experience the fabulous place we call home.

You tried to book all the well known camping places on Vancouver Island, and no luck, they haven't got anything available. How about exploring some of the sites that are " little secrets"? 

- The BC Ministry of Tourism Culture and the Arts maintains more than 1,200 recreation campsites under it’s Recreation Sites and Trails BC program

Recreation sites and trails are public campgrounds and trails located on Crown land outside of parks and settled areas. They provide enjoyable recreation experiences generally within an integrated resource management setting. Recreation sites and trails were formerly known as Forest Service recreation sites and trails, and were previously the responsibility of the BC Ministry of Forests.

Recreation sites provide a simple, rustic camping experience. Generally located in remote areas and accessed by gravel forestry roads, recreation sites provide only basic facilities, such as fire rings, picnic tables, outhouses, and, where appropriate, boat-launching ramps. Potable water is not available, and there is no electricity at recreation sites. At a limited number of recreation sites with on-site operators, supervisory services are provided. All recreation sites are on a first-come first-served basis, with no reservation system available.

Maple Grove @ Cowichan Lake

82 sites and a nightly fee of $18 Great swimming, fishing and accesssible to small motor homes.

CLICK HERE  to view the site map and  directions.

Have you discovered Macktush Campground?

When we looked at availability, it seems to be wide open! It is described as a "Semi Rugged camping experiece" with 98 campsites that range from tents to large 5th wheels. This will cost you $24 a night and is reservable too. Just 30 minutes outside Port Alberni.

CLICK HERE to be taken to their website.

We found a group called Grand Getaways that manage 6 campgrounds on Southern Vancouver Island for the Ministry of Forests Lands and Natural Resource Management Operations. The usual cost is about $18 a night with a $2 up charge for waterfront sites if available.

CLICK HERE to check out some options.

If you are looking for THE FREE SPOTS,

then move on over to our web page that tells you about them!



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