Victoria, British Columbia Campgrounds and RV Parks

  1. Westbay Marine Village and Marina
  2. Fort Victoria RV Park
  3. Thetis Lake Campground
  4. All Fun Recreation Park
  5. Beachcomber RV Park
  6. Goldstream Provincial Park Campground
  7. Island View Beach Campground
  8. Oceanside RV Park
  9. Malahat Mountain Meadows RV Resort
  10. Victoria West KOA
  11. Bamberton Provincial Park
  12. Sooke Potholes Campground
  13. Posey Island State Park
  14. McDonald Campground - Gulf Islands National Park
  15. Beehive RV Park and Campground
  16. Dungeness Recreation Area
  17. Peabody Creek RV Park
  18. The Port Angeles/Sequim KOA
  19. Salt Creek Recreation Area County Park
  20. Crescent Beach & RV Park

Victoria, British Columbia

There are a number of campground and RV park choices in the area surrounding Victoria.

British Columbia's capital city, Victoria, located at the south end of Vancouver Island, will never disappoint the traveller. The moderate maritime climate invites outdoor play, and if the weather should mar the planned outing, there is a seemingly endless variety of things to do to fascinate and entertain the visitor for the length of your stay. You'll be leaving many things undone for your next trip!

You can get around the way the locals do. Victoria is an excellent walking town, or you can try a horse-drawn carriage, as an alternative to rented vehicles, taxis or limos. The BC Ferries system is well-known for longer ferry trips, while the water taxi traverses smaller distances.

Even if your ideal holiday involves sitting and reading in the sun, Victoria has the trappings to make it even better, especially if you can combine your preferred activity with a high tea!

  • at least 13 parks within easy reach of the city, most with beaches
  • no less than 17 wine tours in the area, ranging no farther than Duncan
  • numerous country markets, with fresh produce from Victoria's long growing season
  • bike lanes throughout the city, as well as the Galloping Goose Regional Trail
  • step-on guided bus tours throughout the city
  • sightseeing at museums, legislative buildings, the inner harbour
  • High Tea at the Empress Hotel, or at various local tea houses
  • residential gardens, in addition to the official parks and gardens, such as Finnerty Gardens
  • whale-watching
  • shopping for antiques
  • Craigdarroch Castle, owned by the Craigdarroch Castle Historical Museum Society
  • numerous sites for bird-watching
  • beautiful, scenic golf courses throughout the area

Camping in British Columbia

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