Mention Canada and one of the first things that comes to mind is beautiful natural forests and mountains. And what better place to camp than surrounded by lovely scenery. Due to the country’s northern location, camping is most popular and mostly limited to the summer season.
For those looking to stay close to Edmonton, check out Rainbow Valley Campground. This campsite is the only one within the city limits and offers great views as it winds around Whitemud Creek. There are 70 campsites to choose from, with about half of them offering power for RVs. Rainbow Valley Campground is also nestled …
Campsites and Campgrounds in Canada
Below is a list of some more of the popular camping and campgrounds to visit in Canada. There are way to many to list, but some of these areas offer the best scenery and things to do while on your vacation. We’ve also broken it out by territories so if you are only going to a few big cities, it’s only a short drive to camp under the stars.
British Columbia, Canada
New Brunswick, Canada
Canada Campgrounds Map
- Click on a blue pin to view hot springs pool.
- Click the upper right corner to view the Wyoming Hot Springs Map in a new window.
Guide to Camping in Canada
Canada boast some of the most beautiful scenery when it comes camping out in mother nature. Their national parks are spoiled with things to do such as hiking, horseback riding, fishing, hot springs, and more. If you plan on going to Canada for a few weeks, we recommend getting the Discover Pass which will give you free admission to any national park in the country. From secluded backwoods camping to glamping in style, there are endless possibilities for you to do.
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