Campground Rules & Regulations

Registration and payment must be completed before setting up camp. No exceptions. Self-registration is in effect whenever the office is closed.    
Day pass is in effect at all times and fees are $5 per person and $5 per car.

Check In time is at 12:00 PM, Check Out time is 11:00 AM -no refund for early departures. Quiet hours commence at 10:00 PM.

Registered day guests are requested to vacate the campsite by 11:00 PM.

For safety reasons please use, and do not move, fire pits. Firewood is available on site. Alcohol may only be consumed in your site.

Pets must be kept on a leash and cleaned up after. We do have a $5.00+tax dog fee.

Kids at PlaySpeed limit: 10 km/h. For your safety, and to protect children and wildlife, this speed limit is strictly enforced.

If you are leaving the site vacant for the day, please be sure it is paid for. Otherwise, your site could be mistaken for vacant and given to other campers.

We have the right to refuse service. All facilities are to be used at your own risk.

Parents are responsible for the conduct, behavior, and control of their children in the spirit of good neighborliness, and financially liable for any malicious damage.

 The Klahanie Campground reserves the right to make changes, or supplement these guidelines, at anytime.

Fire Regulations

Campfires are allowed within the provided fire-pits unless there is a Provincial Ban in effect: please check the BC Wildfire Service for any current restrictions on campfires in the Sea-to-Sky Forest District.

Only clean, seasoned firewood may be burned.
†​​ Absolutely no burning of construction wood is allowed in the property; no lumber, plywood, leaves, yard waste, construction material waste, tree, hedge or grass clippings.
†​​​ It is prohibited to collect any type of wood from the surroundings. If you are caught collecting wood you will be evicted with no refund.
†​​​ Fires must be not more than 10 inches high, and every campfire must be under supervision at all times.

Leave No Trace (LNT)

The Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics teaches people of all ages how to enjoy the outdoors responsibly, and is the most widely accepted outdoor ethics program used on public lands. Through relevant and targeted education, research and outreach, the Center ensures the long-term health of our natural world. In its simplest form, Leave No Trace is about making good decisions to protect the world around you, the world we all enjoy.


To protect the outdoors by teaching and inspiring people to enjoy it responsibly.

All garbage, including Micro-Trash, has to be picked up, bagged and placed inside the dumpster. Failing to do so will incur in a clean-up fee of a minimum of $25 charged to your credit card.