Frequently Asked Questions

Q. What time is Check In?
A. Check in is ANY TIME AFTER 12:00PM, there are no gates that close.

Q. What time is Check Out?
A. Check out is at 11:00 AM

Q. Can I invite some of my friends and family to visit for the day?
A. Yes. All visitors must register at the office and pay $5.00 fee per person and $5.00 per car. This fee is to cover costs for:  washroom facilities, garbage removal, clean up and insurance coverage.

Q. Do you have fire-pits and picnic tables?
A. Yes every site has at least one picnic table and a fire-pit. *Please make sure the fire-pit is not moved to a different location within your campsite, fire-pits are set in key locations where there is less chance of causing a forest fire.

Q. Do you have washrooms?
A. Yes we do have 2 facilities with flush toilets and hot showers. In addition we have 2 portable flush washrooms in the creek area.

Q. Do you have laundry facilities?
A. Yes we have coin laundry facilities with new washers and dryers.

Q. Do you have internet WiFi?
A. Yes we have FREE Internet in the area between the office and washrooms.

Q. Do you have a sanidump?
A. Yes. If you are camping here it's free to use. If you are not camping here there is a $8 dollar fee to use the sanidump.

Q. Do we need a reservation?
A. We encourage you to make a reservation so you have a site reserved when you arrive. You can book online.

Q. Do I have to register when I arrive.
A. Absolutely, even if you have a reservation everyone has to register at the office at arrival and before setting up camp. If office is closed please be sure to self-register using the form provided at the door. 

Q. Do you sell fire wood?
A. Yes we sell it at the office. Please be sure not to cut or collect any deadwood from the park. Please note the burning of construction material is forbidden. 

Q. Do you sell Ice and other supplies?
A. No, however there is a gas station with small store a few KM away.

Fire Regulations

Forest fires are a major threat to British Columbia’s forests. On average there are 2,000 forest fires per year of which over 40% are caused by people. Campfire restrictions and bans occur when conditions are extremely dry and fire risk is very serious. Please check the BC Wildfire Service for any current Fire Bans and Restrictions, and our Rules & Regulations on campground fires.

Charitable Donations

Did you know that a percentage of your camp fee goes to help organizations such as these?

WPSA

Animals around the world need people like you. Find out how you can help us move the world to protect animals, and give them better lives.

WPSA

SOJASI (Society of Jesus Agricultural and Social Institute) makes a big difference in the lives of poor families in Himalayan villages, in the Jesuit Province of Darjeeling, by offering practical training in organic farming, which will enable them to earn a living.