With so many tourists and locals competing for Cariboo campsites, you have to plan ahead these days. Fear not! We have complied a list of every campsite in the Cariboo for you. You can explore new camping areas by using the map. Use the table view to search by town or services offered.
How To use this map:
Click on any icon on the map to view website and/or telephone for that campground. This is a better way to use this guide for mobile users.
Rustic Sites: Tents and campers are ok. RV’s might be ok. No services. Expect to drive on gravel roads.
RV Sites: Services like power, water, showers, wifi. No gravel roads.
Zoom: Use +/- controls on bottom left to focus on a specific area
You can click on the top of any column to sort. Or use the search bar on the top right to get specific on any campsite in Cariboo region of British Columbia. This table doesn’t work as well on a mobile device and is better viewed on a tablet or laptop.
TIP: Be sure to right click “open in new window” when viewing Cariboo campsite websites.
|wdt_ID||Campground Name||Close To||Site #||Style||Price||Reservations?||Website||Telephone||Services||Facilities||Stuff 4 Kids||Close To Water||Big Rigs?||Wifi?|
|1||Stoney Creek Campground||Prince George||15||Average||$25/nite or more||Online||https://www.facebook.com/Stone-Creek-RV-199148060218747/||250- 330-4321||Power||Flush Toilets||None||On The Water No Boat Launch||Pull Through Sites||No|
|2||Canyon Creek Campground||Prince George||50||High End||$25/nite or more||Online||http://www.canyoncreekcampground.com/||250-998-4384||Power-Water-Sewer||Flush Toilets & Showers||Playground||On The Water No Boat Launch||Pull Through Sites||Yes|
|3||Kreekside Motel and RV Park||Prince George||22||Average||$25/nite or more||Online||http://www.kreekside.com/||250-998-4700||Power-Water-Sewer||Flush Toilets & Showers||None||No Water||Big Rig Friendly||Yes|
|4||Teapot Lake FS Site||Quesnel||2||Rustic||$25/nite or less||No||http://www.sitesandtrailsbc.ca/search/search-result.aspx?site=REC1167&districtCode=RDPG&type=Site||None||Porta Jon or Outhouse||None||On The Water With Boat Launch||Not A Good Idea||No|
|5||Abahu Lake FS Site||Quesnel||25||Rustic||$25/nite or less||No||http://www.sitesandtrailsbc.ca/search/search-result.aspx?site=REC1164&districtCode=RDPG&type=Site||None||Porta Jon or Outhouse||None||On The Water With Boat Launch||Not A Good Idea||No|
|6||Cresent Lake FS Site||Wells/Prince George||2||Rustic||$25/nite or more||No||http://www.sitesandtrailsbc.ca/search/search-result.aspx?site=REC2660&districtCode=RDCC&type=Site||None||Porta Jon or Outhouse||None||On The Water With Boat Launch||Not A Good Idea||No|
|7||Barkerville Campgrounds||Barkerville||200||High End||$25/nite or more||Online||http://www.barkervillecampgrounds.ca/||Power-Water-Sewer||Flush Toilets & Showers||Playground||Near Water||Pull Through Sites||yes|
|8||Bowron Lake Lodge||Quesnel||50||Nice||$25/nite or more||Online||http://www.bowronlakelodge.com||250-255-2396||Power-Water-Sewer||Flush Toilets & Showers||None||On The Water With Boat Launch||Pull Through Sites||Yes|
|9||WalMart||Quesnel||5||Average||Free||No||https://www.walmart.ca/en/quesnel-store/3199||None||Rustic||Close To Playground Or Attraction||No Water||Pull Through Sites||No|
|10||Roberts Roost||Quesnel||30||Nice||$25/nite or more||Online||http://robertsroostrvpark.ca/||250-747-2015||Power-Water-Sewer||Flush Toilets & Showers||Playground||On The Water With Boat Launch||Pull Through Sites||Yes|
|Campground Name||Close To||Site #||Style||Price||Reservations?||Website||Telephone||Services||Facilities||Stuff 4 Kids||Close To Water||Big Rigs?||Wifi?|
It’s always advisable to contact the local tourism info centre for each community you visit. You can learn about road closures, bear safety and learn about what other campers are saying about your desired campsite.
The best part about being a tourist in the Cariboo is the opportunity to check out some local events. The good news is all you have to do is click on the menu “EVENT LISTINGS” to see what’s happening in a specific region. We also have a few in-depth articles about yearly events.
Craig Davidiuk is the owner of What’s On Cariboo and developed the Cariboo Campsites Guide. He also owned and operated a campground in Squamish, BC and helped hundreds of campers plan their trips. Craig now resides in 100 Mile House and since moving here in 2016, he’s really enjoyed taking his family to many of these campsites. He tows a 40 foot Custom Coach trailer with a GM Silverado truck and has yet to master backing up, but he’s getting pretty darn close!
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