Campgrounds

Camping in David Thompson Country

Spend a Night Under The Stars

Sleep outside random camping, in a rustic campground or in one of the area’s RV campground.

We’re slowly adding options here as we get to experience them first hand. We spend most of our free time tenting throughout the region so you can expect most of our posts to come from that perspective. You’ll usually find us at the smaller campgrounds but no matter your preference, from RV Parks to random camping there’s an option waiting for you.
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Kitchen shelter at Cavalcade Group Campground

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Relaxing at camp




Head Out On Your Own

Sometimes you just want to head out on your own to explore the area. We get it. That’s why we share all our adventure guides.

Find Your Adventure

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Kootenay Plains
Cavalcade Group Campground
Cavalcade is one of the most scenic group campground around. A great basecamp to explore David Thompson Country with lots of hiking trails nearby.
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Two O'Clock Creek Campground
Two O’Clock Creek Campground
The Two O'Clock Creek Campground is one of our favourite in David Thompson Country and the nearby trails offer excellent hiking opportunities.
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Upper Shunda Creek Campground
Upper Shunda Creek Campground
A great option if you're planning to explore the area and enjoy some of the nearby hikes (Baldy, Coliseum Mountain and Eagle Mountain are all nearby).
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Goldeye Lake
Goldeye Lake PRA Campground
Goldeye Lake is a popular family campground along the David Thompson Highway. Located near the lake, the sites are secluded and offer a great experience.
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Dry Haven Campground
Dry Haven PRA Campground
Dry Haven is one of the most rustic campground along the David Thompson Highway. Amenities are few, sites are open but the shelter is welcome on rainy days.
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