Most beautiful places in British Columbia
Green aim Campground provides campsites along Long seashore, near Tofino. (Picture: Hemera Photos )
I’ve already been camping throughout Canada for more than a decade and also have a smooth area for British Columbia. Some campgrounds front normal shores with wild waves and powerful sea views. Other people surround remote fishing lakes or hide among trees in old-growth forests. Its challenging narrow it down seriously to the 10 many beautiful camping places into the province, but these tend to be extraordinary, not only due to their beauty however for their character.
Asia Beach Campground – West Coast Vancouver Island
The China seashore Campground (env.gov.bc.ca) is on crazy west coast of Vancouver Island, about 21 miles west of Sooke. The main Juan de Fuca Provincial Park, this greatly forested campground provides 78 campsites readily available for tents or RVs from mid-May until mid-September. This is certainly ancient camping, providing gap commodes and working water but no RV hook-ups. The closest RV dump place is at French seashore, about eight kilometers east along Highway 14. A half-mile trail, rather steep and including measures, leads right down to remote Second Beach, suited to beach-combing, picnicking and wildlife watching. The views of the Olympic Mountains over the Juan de Fuca Strait are eye-popping. A separate day use area also known as Asia Beach is simply west associated with campground.
Living Woodland Oceanside Campground & RV – Nanaimo
Tent campers and people using biggest of RVs tend to be similarly welcomed at the Living woodland Oceanside Campground (livingforest.com) fronting the Strait of Georgia in Nanaimo. Hiking trails lead from the park along a sandy beach or into the woodland following Nanaimo River. Canoes and kayaks tend to be for rental onsite, and campers have usage of a full-size basketball court, coastline volleyball courtroom and a gravel swimming coastline. Orcas, ocean lions and eagles tend to be regular people to the location. The onsite Living woodland Café offers sandwiches, various coffees, teas and snacks. A shopping center is under a half-mile away.