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Family campsites just outside Vancouver

It’s officially that time of year to start making your campsite reservations before they fill up. If you and your family are heading into the great outdoors this season, consider booking one of these family-friendly spots.

Fort Camping

That’s right – camping in Langley! The perfect little family getaway. With games, movie nights and a ton of outdoor activities for the kids to keep busy, parents can kick up their feet and enjoy some free time of their own. For a bit of extra luxury, upgrade to one of their tent cabins. Reserve online.

Fort Langley

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Golden Ears Provincial Park

Getting away without having to go too far. This recreational wonderland is just an hour from downtown Vancouver, so you won’t have to worry about making a dozen pit stops for the kids. There are three campgrounds with all the hookups and amenities you need. And with every type of recreational activity available, you won’t hear any complaints about being bored.

Maple Ridge

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Chilliwack Lake Provincial Park

Just a little further down the road you’ll find a relaxing campsite with a breathtaking view. You will want to return to this little piece of heaven every year. Not only will your family enjoy the scenic drive in, but you’ll have much more to take in when you get there. Fantastic hiking trials, and if your family is of the canoeing type, this is the spot you talk about for years to come.

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Rolley Lake Provincial Park

A quiet place to camp with the little ones. Around the lake is completely flat, so great for setting up a tent. The lake has plenty of shallow spots perfect for little swimmers and floppers. With barbecues, washrooms and grassy areas, it’s also a great place to spend the day.

Book your spot up to three months in advance through the Province’s Discover Camping (with the exception of Fort Camping) website.

 

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