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Vernon Camping

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Off Hwy 97A, parklike setting, groomed lawn, large grassed sites, cement pads, full 30 amp hookups, pull throughs, free showers, picnic tables, phone, cable TV, near boating fishing, Silver Star Mountain, Vernon, small pets, CP nil.
Price Range:
$30-49
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For visitors accustomed to the dry Okanagan forests, the cedar and hemlock of Mabel Lake clearly indicate the greater rainfall in this valley. Taylor Creek tumbles into the lake named after Mabel Charles, daughter of a Hudsons Bay Company manager...
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10 slides for all ages; Gift Shop; Concession; Ice Cream Parlour; Large park area with 100 picnic tables and umbrellas; 9 Hole Golf Course; and lots more!
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3 km (2 mi) south of Vernon, creekside camping, full and partial hookups, 30 amp, washrooms, showers, laundry, sani-station, arcade, concession, snack bar, mini golf, pay phone on property, near public beach, pets, CP 7 days. Open all year.
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Nestled on the northeastern shore of Okanagan Lake, Ellison Provincial Park includes 200 hectares of forested benchlands above a rocky shoreline of scenic headlands and sheltered coves. Ellison is conveniently located 16 km or approximately...
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Fintry Provincial Park is a large campground located on a flat delta on Okanagan Lake. From the delta area to a forested area made up of ridges and deep slopes, this park offers two dramatically different topographical areas. There is over 2 km of...
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The Getaway You've Been Looking For! RV Renting Camping is the way to go. We do all the work, You do all the Camping!
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On Hwy 97, 1km N. Of Vernon, lakeside, convenient location. Large back-ins, basic cable TV, heated pool, basketball hoops, fishing, sani-dump, laundry, canoe rentals, firepits.
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SunFun RV Holidays rents 2007 24' Cabin Trailers with a Queen Size Bedroom in the front and Bunk Beds in the Rear. We serve Kelowna, Vernon, Sicamous, Salmon Arm and surrounding areas in the North Okanagan. You reserve the campsite of your choice and...
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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.