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TO LARGE DIRECTORIES:

Metro Vancouver Camps

Includes:
Camp Capilano, Camp Coyote, Muskrat Meadows, Raven’s
Nest……


B.C. Forestry Sites & Trails

Includes: Centennial Trail,
Chehalis Lake & River, Devil’s Lake Trail, Eaton Creek,
Foley Lake,
Francis Lake, Grace Lake, Hoover Lake Trail, Rainbow
Falls, Sumas Mountain Trail, Sunrise Lake,
Weaver Lake, Wolf Lake, Wood Lake……


B.C. Provincial Parks


 

Includes: Chilliwack Lake, Golden
Ears, Mount Seymour, Rolley Lake, Silver Lake, Skagit
Valley……
B.C. Provincial Park listing (another
one)


B.C. Campgrounds


B.C. Adventure Network

(fishbc.com)

   


Scouts Canada – Fraser Valley Council Campsite
Directory


Camp Source
– a directory of Campsites in Canada

Parks Canada
   

Includes: Glacier, Gwaii Haanas, Kootenay, Mount
Revelstoke, Yoho, Pacific Rim (and the

West Coast Trail
)……


INDIVIDUAL SITES



Black Mountain and Fire Mountain

Location: Washington State. Black
Mountain is north of Maple Falls, just east of Silver
Lake.
Fire Mountain is near Mt. Vernon, in Snohomish County.
Facilities / Uses: Lakes, lodges, cabins, many
hundreds of acres.
Contact:  Mt. Baker Council – Boy Scouts of
America.
 

Buntzen Lake Reservoir Recreation Area

[no camping]
Location: Take Ioco Road, Port
Moody area.
Facilities / Uses: Swimming, picnicking, fishing,
canoeing, cycling, hiking & equestrian riding.
There are over 50 km of trails.
 

Camp Alexandra

Location: Crescent Beach 2916
McBride Avenue
,

Surrey

,

BC

,

V4A 3G2

Facilities / Uses: Cabins, 1 block from the beach


Camp Byng

Location: Sunshine Coast. 10 km
west of Langdale on Lawn Rd to Roberts’ Creek.
Facilities / Uses: Numerous lodges and cabins,
1.5 km of ocean frontage, 200 acres of forest.
 

Camp Cove

Location: Harrison Lake. Access
from Hemlock Valley Rd, past Weaver Creek. 21 km from
Sasquatch Inn.
Facilities / Uses: 20 acres on the shore of
Harrison Lake. Creek & Sandy beach.




Camp Elkgrove

Location: 27863  “0” Ave
Facilities / Uses: Main lodge, cabins.
Contact: 604-513-0155

Camp Howdy

Location: Bedwell Bay, Belcarra.
East across Indian Arm from Deep Cove.
Facilities / Uses: Main lodge, cabins, ocean
beach. In-house catering mandatory.
Contact: YMCA 604-939-9622

Camp Jubilee

Retreat and Conference Center
Location: West Side of Indian Arm
just past Deep Cove.  Boat Access only.
Facilities / Uses: Cabins, Conference centre,
tenting area, kitchen, large covered outdoor eating
area.  Running water.  beach activities, boating
activities,   etc….
Contact: 604-937-7388.  Office: #204 – 2615A St
Johns Street, Port Moody

Camp Linley

Location: South of Cultus Lake,
approximately 3 km east of Columbia Valley Rd.
Facilities / Uses: Large shelter, an A-frame
cabin and one large cabin. Wilderness campsites. Running
water.
Contact: Scouts Canada – Chilliwack District
604-793-1360

Camp Luther

Location: Mount Seymour.
Facilities / Uses: Large A-frame shelter sleeps
60. Complete kitchen, water & pit toilet.
Contact: Lutheran Church 1-888-707-2267

Camp
McLean

Location: 20315 16th Ave,
Langley, B.C.
Facilities / Uses: 39 acres, 2 lodges, 10 huts, 1
open-air shelter.
 

Camp
Woodside

Location: Harrison Mills. 10
minute walk from NE end of dike after crossing bridge.

Facilities / Uses: 4 cabins, kitchen building,
open areas, individual patrol sites, water from creek.
Contact: Scouts Canada – Burnaby Regional Office
604-293-1961


Camp Whonnock

Location:
27660 Dewdney Trunk Road, Maple Ridge, V2W
1Y9

T
he
Fraser Valley Council’s newest facility.

 

Chipmunk Caves
Location: Going east along
Chilliwack Lake Road, turn off north just before Ford
Mountain Correctional

Institute.    0.6 km hike
to caves from the trail head. The 2 caves are naturally
carved into a small mountain, which is on the south bank
of the Chilliwack River, near where Chipmunk Creek
empties into it. Foley Creek mouth is just a little
further east.
Facilities / Uses: Camping & hiking.
Contact:
Clear Creek Hot Springs
Location: 45 km directly north of
town of Harrison Hot Springs (70 km by road). Drive
north along east side of Harrison Lake. Turn inland
following Silver Creek, then Clear Creek. Hike in 4 km
from trail head to hot springs and cabin.
Facilities / Uses: Old cabin with lots of
graffitti, hot tubs, camping & hiking.
Contact:

Coyote Group Camp

Location: Aproximately 20301 16th
Ave, Langley, B.C.
Facilities / Uses: Cooking shelter, camping
areas. Close access to trails at Campbell Valley Park.
 

Cultus Lake Camp – United Church

Location: At S.W. corner of
Cultus Lake. Camp entrance is opposite the Lindel Beach
Store.
Facilities / Uses: Will accomodate up to 100
campers comfortably. 2 wash houses, 2 hot water showers.
8 cabins, all with bunk beds with foam mattresses @10
persons each. Fully equipped kitchen & dining hall or
100.   Non-United
Church groups bookings cannot be confirmed before
January 1st each year.

 


Derby Reach

Location: Fort Langley. From
Albion Ferry, go west along 96th Ave, then 3 km along
Allard Crescent.
Facilities / Uses: camping, hiking, fishing,
picnicking.
 

Fort Langley Campground and RV
Resor
t

Location: Just north of the town
of Fort Langley, on the way to the Albion Ferry.
Facilities / Uses: 2 group campsites available
and they are open to special requests.
 


Hayward Lake Reservoir Recreation Area

[no camping]
Location: Mission area, just east
of Maple Ridge.
Facilities / Uses: Hiking, cycling, swimming,
picnicking, fishing, canoeing & windsurfing.
Contact: BC Hydro 604-528-1972

Jones Lake Reservoir Recreation Area

Location: 20 km west of Hope, at
the end of a gravel logging road.
Facilities / Uses: Camping, hiking, fishing,
boating, swimming, mountain biking, canoeing &
picnicking.
Contact: BC Hydro 604-528-1972

Kennedy Lake Wilderness Camp
Location: Princeton, BC.
Facilities / Uses: 360 acres, stocked lake
(fishing), some sheltered facilities (barn for
sleeping).
Camping, hiking, canoeing…….     For rent: one
generator, rods & reels.
 
Loon Lake Camp – in the U.B.C.
Research Forest

Location: Maple Ridge. North on
232nd St, then up Silver Valley Rd.
Facilities / Uses: Main lodge, cook house,
camping. Minimum $25 per night, per person. Catering
services extra.
Contact: 604-463-5035

Morris Valley Scout
Camp

Location: Hemlock Valley /
Harrison area
Facilities / Uses: 300 acre wilderness camp, near
Weaver Creek Hatchery on Hemlock Valley Road.
One sleeping cabin (sleeps 30) and one
multi-purpose/cooking cabin available.
Contact: Scouts Canada – Richmond Districts –
Jim
Greenhalgh at 604-275-0423

Mt. Seymour Scout Cabin #10
Location:
Facilities / Uses: Camping, hiking, snow-shoeing,
skiing.
 

Mt. Seymour
Scout Cabin #22

Location: West of #1 parking lot,
Mt. Seymour. Park on north side for snow Plow.
Follow tree markers on trail. Bring your own water.
Facilities / Uses: Camping, hiking, snow-shoeing,
skiing.
 
North Shore Cabins – Pacific Coast
Council Scouting
* 3rd West Van Cabin – Hollyburn
Mountain.
* Creighton Cabin – Hollyburn Mountain.
* East Vancouver Cabin – Hollyburn Mountain.
*
Kitsilano Cabin – Hollyburn Mountain.

* Seaforth Cabin – Mt Seymour Park.
* Seymour Scout Cabin – Mt Seymour Park.
Contact: Scouts Canada – Pacific Coast Council –
604-879-5721


Ponder Park Nature Reserve

Location: 25199 76th Avenue,
Langley.
Facilities / Uses: One large open air shelter,
campsites, running water & lots of trails.



Ruckell Point Scout Camp, Kamloops:


Has a capacity of 100 youth and leaders in its 70 foot
lodge and 12 cabins, plus ample tenting for larger
groups (largest group was 300), and a non denominational
open air chapel. Located on the Seymour Arm of the
Shuswap Lakes and approachable from Highway One, only 20
minutes from Anglemount, or 1 hour, 40 minutes from
Kamloops. Enjoy swimming, mountains of trails, or see
the salmon spawn.Contact: Michelle Peters
Phone: 250-376-8004


Sasamat Outdoor Centre
Location: 3302
Senkler Road, Belcarra. BC.
Facilities / Uses: Lodge, cabins and Cottalges.
Limited tenting sites.  Swimming, canoe rentals,
audio-visual equipment, etc….
Contact: 604-939-2268

Stave Lake Lodge & Campsite & Recreation Area

Location: NE of Vancouver, midway
between Maple Ridge and Mission. Access to the Boat
Launch
is via the Lougheed Highway and Dewdney Trunk Road.
Facilities / Uses: Camping in lodge & group
campground only. Lodge sleeps 50. Available to
non-profit groups at nominal cost. The recreational area
is open from dawn until dusk for picknicking, fishing,
swimming & boating.
Contact: BC Hydro 604-462-7533. To make
reservations, you must phone on the first Monday of
November.
Phone is not answered until 8am.

Timberline Ranch – Camp & Conference Centre

Location: 22341 144th Avenue,
Maple Ridge.
Facilities / Uses: Weekend programs for children
and adults. Retreat Centre for school, church and
community groups from 30 to 175. Activities include
trailriding, climbing wall, pool, archery, riflery,
petting zoo and more.
Contact: Ron Hoskyn 604-463-9278.