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If you’re an RV traveller or you’re looking for a camping adventure in the Comox Valley, you’ll find a number of accessible private and provincial park campgrounds. You will be able to choose camping settings from sites along the lake shore at Comox Lake in Cumberland, along the Puntledge River in Courtenay, to forest settings and full service RV parks.

Kin Beach Provincial Park

Sites from $15/night 

Located in the Comox Valley on central Vancouver Island, Kin Beach Provincial Park offers a large day-use area with picnic facilities and a playground, as well as a campground. This small park overlooks the Strait of Georgia and offers scenic views of the mainland. Visitors and local residents head to Kin Beach to explore the rocky beach or enjoy a picnic under the shade of mature Douglas fir trees.

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Tee Pee Park Campground/Air Force Beach

Sites from $21/night 

The priority use of Tee Pee Park Campground/Air Force Beach are military personnel, their families, authorized personnel and guests; however, the general public may book a campsite or purchase a Beach Parking pass for access to Air Force Beach services provided by Tee Pee Park.

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Cape Lazo RV and Campground

Sites from $25/night 

Cape Lazo RV & Campground is a family owned and operated beautiful 6.5 acre property with 62 full service RV sites, just metres from the beach and minutes from downtown Comox.

The camp offers a family friendly campground with quiet nights, modern facilities, accessible boat launch a minute down the road, kids’ play area, on site store and a beautiful pavilion with fireplace.

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Bates Beach Oceanfront Resort

Sites from $30/night 

Bates Beach Oceanfront Resort is located just north of the City of Courtenay on Georgia Strait. Bates Beach boasts beautiful tidal pools and sand bars at low tides, rocky beaches, great fishing and a gorgeous natural atmosphere.

With full RV hookups, cozy and peaceful tenting sites, and a truly unique oceanfront setting, Bates Beach is a must-stop on any camping trip!

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Seal Bay RV Park

Sites from $45/night 

Open all year round and set in 20 natural acres, situated just north of Courtenay adjacent to one of Vancouver Islands most beautiful Regional Parks in the Comox Valley.

Seal Bay RV Park offers a choice of 100 natural, spacious sites in a peaceful park-like setting. ALL sites have full hook-ups, 30 amp and 50 amp sites available with hydro, water, sewer and cable. Wireless internet is also available. All sites have a picnic table and fire pit. Seal Bay RV & Campground also has clean hot showers and coin-operated facilities.

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Maple Pool Campsite and RV Park

Sites from $18/night 

Maple Pool Campground is minutes away from Courtenay’s downtown making this location its an idea, retreat for the entire family.

Maple Pool Campsite offer full hook-ups with electric and water, pull-through’s, campsites, hot showers, campsites, laundry and river access, 1/2 kilometres from the highway.

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Puntledge RV Campground

Sites from $25/night 

The Puntledge RV Campground is located in the traditional territory of the K’ómoks First Nation and provides a breathtaking river and mountain view as your backdrop. The Campground is family oriented and offers group camping, walking trails, fishing, swimming, fire pits and spacious grassy sites. The campsite provides full-service, partials, and dry camping sites, water, hydro, WiFi, cable, sewer, hot showers, laundry facilities, flush and clean toilets.

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Pacific Playgrounds

Sites from $25/night 

Pacific Playgrounds Resort and Marina is a family-friendly resort open year-round with beautiful coastal views; miles of soft, sandy beach; and all the resort amenities and activities you would want — all surrounded by the natural forests and coastal charm Vancouver Island is famous for.

With traditional campsites, furnished cottages for rent, RV camping sites, and stay-in-place RVs for rent as well, Pacific Playgrounds has something for everyone!

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Saratoga Beach Resort

Sites from $39/night

Saratoga Beach Resort is open year round. This beachfront RV park has new washrooms and shower facilities as well as laundry facilities. WiFi is available throughout the resort. 30 amp power, water, cable TV and sewer are also available at each site.

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Miracle Beach Provincial Park

Sites from $33/night 

As a family holiday destination, few locations can beat popular Miracle Beach Provincial Park in the Comox Valley. A broad safe sandy beach on the ocean is the main attraction at Miracle Beach, which also features spacious private campsites, group camping facilities, a playground for the kids, hot showers, a large picnic area overlooking the water and a series of lovely trails winding through lush forest. At low tide, the beach features rich tide pools, perfect for observing a variety of marine life.

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Kitty Coleman Provincial Park

Sites from $15/night 

Situated on the south side of the Strait of Georgia, Kitty Coleman Provincial Park is a popular destination for swimming, boating, fishing, and oceanfront camping.  Park facilities include a picnic shelter, picnic tables, pit toilets, two boat launches, several nature trails and camping for individuals and groups.

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Lighthouse RV Park

Sites from $20/night 

The Lighthouse RV Park and Campground is located in Fanny Bay, B.C. on Highway 19A (Old Island Highway). The park offers 30 oceanfront full hook-up RV sites.

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Deep Bay RV Park

Sites from $30/night 

The Deep Bay RV Park is family owned and oriented and is nestled against the sea. The park has 70 full service RV sites, several tenting/camping sites and 1 cabin that will sleep 4 adults. The park also offers a TV room, boat ramp, fully equipped camp kitchen, 2 washrooms complete with hot showers and a Laundromat.

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Forbidden Plateau Mountain Resort

Sites from $20/night 

Open all year round – A 5 acre campground located on the site of the original 1930s Forbidden Plateau Ski Resort just 900 meters down the mountain from the 1950s lodge on Wood Mountain. The only campground with access to various hiking, mountain biking and snow shoeing.  It’s only 20km from Courtenay, BC and with such rich history, beautiful scenery, the multiple legends of Forbidden Plateau and memories of the Forbidden Plateau Ski Resort, the resort attracts the young and old alike.

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Cumberland Lake Park Campground

Sites from $25/day 

Cumberland Lake Park Campground is the perfect hub for outdoor adventures! Steps from Comox Lake, guests can take advantage of the sandy beach, freshwater swimming, watersport rentals, concession, and coin-operated showers.

The campground is just 5 kilometres from Cumberland and its vast trail network.

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The Creekside Farm

Sites from $45/night 

Our sites are “Off Grid”. There is an outhouse with a composting toilet.  Potable water is available. We have 2 separate RV and Camper sites, each with their own picnic/dining table.  There is a large common fire pit to use (firewood available for a small fee), and there is a propane fire pit available when there’s a fire ban.  3 tenting sites are available and nestled among tall trees in the forested part of the property, a cozy space with meandering pathways throughout.

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