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Camping at Kluane National Park in the Yukon

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Disclosure: Review — Not a paid post. Views and opinions are my own. Our adventure up north was in partnership with Yukon Tourism. Please review the Policy & Disclosure section for further information.

Fly to Whitehorse from Vancouver and pick up your fully equipped camper van from Overland Yukon for a comfortable camping at Kluane National Park.

China Creek Campground in Port Alberni

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China Creek Campground in Port Alberni – just 20 minutes from town you have all the amenities you need at China Creek Campground, from tents to RVs, disconnecting by the campfire or taking a windsurfing lesson.

Parks Canada Camping Reservations Open in January

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From arctic wilderness and prairie grasses, to coastal rainforests, the world’s highest tides, and UNESCO sites. Canada’s 46 National Parks are all unique and they’re here for us to protect, and enjoy. Starting in January, you can start planning your spring, summer, and fall camping as the Parks Canada online reservation system launches. Parks Canada […]

Current Campfire Bans in BC

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The dry weather means that more people will be hitting the road to find a camping spot this summer but it also means that our forests will have a high fire risk. In susceptible areas of the province, new fires will start easily, spread rapidly, and challenge fire suppression efforts. Before you head out to […]