2022 BC Parks Camping Reservations

BC Parks reservations for frontcountry and backcountry campsites for the 2022 season opened on  Monday, March 21st starting at 7am PT. Reservations for Provincial Campgrounds are now available on camping.bcparks.ca.

Important information on booking your camping reservations:

  1. Reservations are on a 2-month rolling window meaning you can reserve campsites up to 2-months ahead of your arrival date. For example, if you are making a reservation on April 15th, you will be able to make a reservation with an arrival date of June 15th, or before. Most parks allow up to 14 nights per stay.

  2. Groupsite reservations launched on March 24, 2022 for all of 2022. Remaining availability can be booked anytime.

  3. The Berg Lake Trail is closed for 2022. After substantial damage by flooding in summer 2021, the Berg Lake Trail in Mount Robson Park remains unsafe for public use. The entire trail will be closed throughout 2022 as parks staff and partners continue to assess the significant damage and begin repairs.

    For more information, check out BC Parks’ blog: A year of extreme weather events: impacts on BC Parks https://bit.ly/35iyv0w

  4. Bowron Lake Canoe Circuit Reservations for the entire 2022 season for the canoe circuit in Bowron Lake Park opened on April 6, at 7am PDT. Remaining availability can be made anytime.

For more information about the reservation process or cancellation policies, visit: www.bcparks.ca/reserve

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