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This page contains everything you need to know about RV camping in Revelstoke, where to camp, where to park, and where to explore.
Be respectful of our community - please practice leave no trace principles when exploring our home.
full service campgrounds
Full hook-up camping means your recreational vehicle will have a water supply, electricity, and sewage connection for your whole stay. Additionally, many of these campgrounds offer shower services, free wifi, and laundry.
Please book your stay in advance. Reservations are often required or strongly recommended during summer months as campgrounds fill up quickly. This is consistent across British Columbia.
East of Revelstoke
Canyon Hot Springs Camp Sites: 25 minutes, 33km from Revelstoke on Hwy 1
Less than 10 minutes from Downtown
Lamplighter Campground: 2.8km from downtown Revelstoke
Revelstoke Campground: 4.5km east of downtown Revelstoke
Williamson Lake Campground: 5km south of downtown Revelstoke
Boulder Mountain Resort: 6km west of downtown Revelstoke
Smokey Bear Campground Resort: 6.9km west of downtown Revelstoke
West of Revelstoke
Noah's Ark Resort: 25 minutes, 30km from Revelstoke on Hwy 1
Crazy Creek Hot Pools Resort: 33 minutes, 41km from Revelstoke on Hwy 1
Pro-tip: these western resorts are near two major Revelstoke family attractions, the Enchanted Forest & Sky Trek!
RV Friendly campgrounds
In addition to the above list of RV full-service campgrounds, the following are also options for those with RVs that do not need full-service hookups.
Snowforest Campground in nearby Mount Revelstoke National Park offers reservable motorhome campsites with power connections. Glacier National Park operates two front country campgrounds seasonally, on a first-come-first-serve basis. Illecillewaet Campground and Loop Brook Campground are great home bases for hiking enthusiasts as these double as trailhead locations. Please note, only a small number of campsites in the park accommodate Class A motorhomes (over 10 m or 33 ft). National park passes are mandatory during your time in either park.
Blanket Creek Provincial Park, located just 25km north of town, offers RV camping sites. Martha Creek Provincial Park, located on Lake Revelstoke, 22km south of Revelstoke on Highway 23, offers RV camping. Arrow Lakes Provincial Park offers a small number of sites on the edge of Upper Arrow Lake.
waste disposal & Water Tanks
The City of Revelstoke has a Municipal Public RV Dump Station at the end of Powerhouse Road in the industrial park. It is an easy-access pull-through with garbage disposal, as well as portable and rinse water.
Williamson Lake Campground and other campgrounds offer sani services for a fee.
RV parking in downtown Revelstoke is available on Victoria Road to traffic heading west. Pro-tip: If you entered from the western end of Revelstoke (therefore you are on the opposite side of the road from RV parking, take Victoria Road to the Townley Street traffic circle to change directions!
Parking within the city limits of Revelstoke is limited but we are walking-friendly. Please do not attempt to enter private parking lots or downtown Revelstoke.
Meadows in The Sky Parkway
Meadows in the Sky Parkway in Mount Revelstoke National Park has vehicle restrictions. Parking is limited at the summit. It is also narrow with tight switchbacks. Buses, Class A motorhomes (over 26 ft) and towed trailers are not permitted at the summit.
Meadows in the Sky Parkway: Vehicle restrictions
The Meadows in the Sky Parkway is narrow and has tight switchbacks. Some vehicles are not permitted: Buses and Class A motorhomes over 7.9 metres (26ft).Learn More