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Provincial Parks and Camping in BC

  • Social Gatherings & Recreation

Many BC parks have accessible trails and facilities. Consult the BC parks website to inquire about specific accessibility information for a park. Use the Òfind a parkÓ feature to find your park, click on that park's accessibility icon.


Persons with disabilities, as well as their camping party (maximum 8 people), are eligible to camp for free in road accessible BC parks and pay no charge for a 2nd non-recreational vehicle if they fall under one of the following categories:

  • You are designated a ÒPerson with DisabilitiesÓ (PWD) receiving PWD benefits under the BC provincial government Employment and Assistance Program.
  • You have a child in the ÒAt Home ProgramÓ through the BC government.
  • You are a person living on-reserve and receiving disability benefits from a First Nation administering authority.

For more information:

Phone: 1-800-689-9025 (Camping Site inquiries at no charge - for over the phone booking transactions a $5 surcharge applies)

Make a reservation here (reservations must be made at least 2 days prior to arrival - campers need a credit card to make a reservation)

Visit the website here

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