Family camping sites around Vancouver

🌟Golden Ears Provincial Park 📍Address: 24480 Fern Crescent, Maple Ridge Golden Ears is a great campsite not far from Greater Vancouver. There are designated areas near Gold Creek's North Beach and Alouette Lake's South Beach where dogs can be let off the leash to run freely. This place has great trails and free hot showers, a favorite among campers! . 🌟Cultus Lake Provincial Park 📍Address: 3179 Columbia Valley Hwy, Cultus Lake With clear lake water and beautiful green mountains as the backdrop, it is a perfect family-friendly venue. There is a leash-free area for dogs located between the Jade Bay boat launch and Entrance Bay and between the Maple Bay boat launch and Maple Leaf Bay's shale beach. . 🌟Sasquatch Provincial Park 📍Address: Harrison Hot Springs, BC North of Harrison Hot Springs, you can find Sasquatch Provincial Park. Known for its series of miniature lakes and scenic ridges. This is a good place for a family to arrange a camping trip, and it is very dog-friendly, friends with dogs at home can also bring them. . 🌟Rolley Lake Provincial Park 📍Address: Bell St, Mission Another suitable family campsite for dog owners! Just an hour's drive, this is a good place to escape from city life. There is a small but good place where dogs can run freely and swim in the lake. The trails in this area are suitable for children and dogs. . 🌟Bayside Campground at Sechelt 📍Address: 6040 Sechelt Inlet Rd, Sechelt Hop on the ferry and head to the beautiful Sechelt Island. There are plenty of wildlife and beaches, and there are many places worth seeing. Stay at the pet-friendly Bayside Campground. There are showers, picnic tables, and designated areas for small dogs, everyone will enjoy it.
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Posted: Jan 22, 2024
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