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Campbell River Camping

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Enjoy our large private treed RV and tent sites with firepits and tables. Electricity, water, sewer, hookups available. Modern clean restrooms, hot showers, laundry facilities. Some pull thru sites. Located 5 minutes from downtown Campbell River...
Price Range:
$30-49
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First Nations art gallery and gift shop dedicated to Kwakwaka'wakw and other Vancouver Island art of the Northwest Coast. Located in the Discovery Harbour Centre, in downtown Campbell River.
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Elk Falls is located 3 km north of the city of Campbell River and gets its name from the 25 metre waterfall, where the Campbell River plunges over a rock precipice into a rock walled canyon. Other attractions include magnificent forest trails, a...
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For a more intimate camping experience visit Loveland Bay, a small, rustic provincial park that provides camping and access directly onto Campbell Lake. You can spend the day water-skiing, fishing, canoeing or kayaking, or just relax and work on your...
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"For Information Write: Strathcona District, Box 1479, Parksville, BC, V9P 2H4: This 24 site park fronts on Mohun and Morton Lakes North West of Campbell River. Drive West via Mohun Lake on the Menzies Bay logging road. The forest has grown back...
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Strathcona Provincial Park, designated in 1911. is a rugged mountain wilderness comprising more than 250,000 hectares. Mountain peaks - some perpetually mantled with snow - dominate the park. Lakes and alpine tarns dot a landscape laced with rivers...
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Little Rock RV Park is a peaceful adult oriented, quiet oasis just 4 km south of downtown Campbell River. Level grassy areas for picnics and fun. Adjacent to boat launch, boat rentals and fishing guides.
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Oceanfront family campground for RV's, campers, trailers, tents. So much to see; whales, bald eagles, cruise ships -passing almost nightly. Marina, new shopping centre 10 min. walk.
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Storm Watching in Tofino
Every winter vacationers from around the world have been defying logic as they flock to the picturesque fishing villages of Ucluelet and Tofino to go storm watching.