Staying At Okanagan BC Provincial Campsites

Make Your Campground Reservations Early!

Many people, including us, enjoy camping at Okanagan BC Provincial campsites to get away from the hectic pace and noise of everyday life. And there is no better place than right here in our own backyard.

Some provincial Okanagan campgrounds accept reservations, while others operate on a first come, first served basis.

The most important thing we can tell you for camping at Okanagan BC provincial campgrounds is to make reservations well ahead of time.

Otherwise you very well may be out of luck....speaking from experience :-)

There are a number of popular provincial Okanagan campgrounds that you can stay at. If you plan to visit during peak season, we recommend looking into making
reservations in early April, or even late March.

Kekuli Bay Provincial Campground Kalamalka Provincial Park
okanagan bc provincial campsites kalamalka provincial park

Camping fees for provincial campsites generally range from about $10 to $30 per night, for vehicle accessible sites, and about $5 per person, per night for backcountry campsites.

Vehicle accessible campgrounds typically have fire pits, picnic tables, bathroom facility (flush or pit) and running water, while forestry campsites may have pit toilets, food storage poles or no services at all.

This region of BC enjoys a mild temperate climate year round, with hot dry summers and very little rain. We can enjoy camping from April through October!

Click the links for Okanagan provincial campgrounds to find more information.
A red star indicates campgrounds that accept reservations.

'It always rains on tents.
Rainstorms will travel thousands of miles, against prevailing winds for the opportunity to rain on a tent.'

Dave Barry
- American writer, b.1947
Silver Beach Provincial Park (Shuswap) Shuswap Lake Provincial Park
(Scotch Creek Shuswap)
Herald Provincial Park
(Salmon Arm BC)
Mabel Lake Provincial Park Kekuli Bay Provincial Park (Vernon BC) Ellison Provincial Park (Vernon BC)
Fintry Provincial Park and Protected Area
(Vernon/Kelowna BC)
Bear Creek Provincial Park (Kelowna) Darke Lake Provincial Park (Summerland BC)
Okanagan Lake Provincial Park (Peachland/Summerland BC) Okanagan Falls Provincial Park
(OK Falls BC)
Vaseux Lake Provincial Park
(OK Falls/Oliver BC)
Inkaneep Provincial Park
(Oliver BC)
Haynes Point Provincial Park (Osoyoos BC) Day Use Parks

There is only one way to make reservations
for camping in British Columbia Provincial Campsites

More On Camping In BC Okanagan Valley

Forest fires in British Columbia are a risk and BC Provincial campsites may have fire bans in place. In the summer because of the mountains, terrain and dense forest, and in the South Okanagan, the arid desert climate lends to extremely dry summers and increased risk of forest fire hazard.

Often there are campfire bans in effect over summer, and hefty fines for burning during these times. Of course camping isn't the same without a campfire, but even when there's a campfire ban on, you can still have a great time watching the stars and listening to nature!!

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