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Get starstruck in the great outdoors.

Revelstoke boasts some of the most beautiful camping areas in British Columbia. Whether you’re looking for a site that’s close to town and restaurants or an opportunity to escape into nature, you’ll find something that suits your needs. Some Revelstoke camping options offer full-service hookups, while others are off the beaten path and require you to be more self-sufficient. We have two Provincial Parks, two National Parks, and several BC Recreation Sites in our area. Most local privately operated campgrounds offer full-service sites, complete washrooms, laundry, and convenient pull-through sites for even the largest RVs.

We strongly recommend booking RV sites and campground sites in advance. This will allow you to secure a spot or get the most out of your camping experience such as full-service hookups.

Camping Providers

Begbie Falls Recreation Site
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Williamson Lake Campground
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Boulder Mountain Resort
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Lamplighter Campground
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Revelstoke RV & Cabin Resort
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Smokey Bear Campground
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Blanket Creek Provincial Park
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Martha Creek Provincial Park
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Arrow Lakes – Shelter Bay Provincial Park
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Begbie Falls Recreation Site
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Williamson Lake Campground
Williamson Lake Campground
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Lamplighter Campground
MicroCube, Snowforest Campground. Photo | Zoya Lynch & Parks Canada
MicroCube, Snowforest Campground. Photo | Zoya Lynch & Parks Canada
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Never cook in, or near, your tent or tent-trailer. Dispose of wastewater from cooking or doing dishes in washrooms or at a dumping station. Clean up promptly after meals. Stash your trash! Keep your camping equipment, tent and tent-trailer clean and free of food odours.

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