Clinton, British Columbia Campgrounds and RV Parks

  1. Gold Trail RV Park
  2. Clinton Pines Campground and RV Park
  3. Downing Provincial Park
  4. Bonaparte River Bridge Campground
  5. Wells Park Fishing Resort
  6. Beaverdam Lake Campground
  7. Big Bar Lake Provincial Park
  8. Marble Canyon Provincial Park
  9. Leon Creek Campground
  10. Hihium Lake South Campground
  11. Little Big Bar Lake Campground
  12. Big Bar Guest Ranch
  13. Brookside Campsite
  14. Riley Dam Campground
  15. Green Lake Provincial Park - Arrowhead
  16. Bonaparte River Suicide Crossing
  17. Green Lake Provincial Park - Sunset View
  18. Ashcroft Legacy Park
  19. Fraser Cove Campground and Guest Cottage
  20. Green Lake Provincial Park - Emerald Bay

Clinton, British Columbia

There are two RV parks at Clinton.

Clinton is a historic village in the Cariboo-Chilcotin Coast region of British Columbia, offering the visitor a range of activities. Excellent hang-gliding tops the list, along with summer hiking, fishing, sightseeing in the beautiful and varied countryside. In the moderate to cold winters, there is cross-country skiing, and skidooing. As the eastern border town in this part of BC during the Gold Rush era, Clinton was an important stop for the miners, into or out of the goldfields. BC Rail still stops here, on a scenic route from Vancouver to the more northerly communities. The unofficial designation Guest Ranch Capital of BC is fulfilled by at least six different options for a ranch or resort visit. Tourism is a primary industry here, along with forestry, ranching and mining. The Ashcroft Opera House, in the nearby town of Ashcroft is the setting for a dinner theatre plus stage shows by groups and individual performers. The beauty of the area attracts artists and craftspeople.

  • hang-gliding conditions, reputed to be some of the best in North America
  • historical sites: Robertson House, Government Stables and the historical United Church
  • Clinton Annual Ball and Rodeo, held in May, since 1867
  • Ashcroft Opera House, built in 1889, holds a dinner theatre and other stage shows
  • Clinton Museum
  • Painted Chasm in Chasm Provincial Park
  • July 1st Canada Day celebrations
  • many provincial parks and lakes
  • popular with artists and craftspeople

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