Backcountry camping is allowed in Brandywine Meadows. There are no facilities, no toilets, and no areas marked for tents. Campers should choose an area to set up their tents where they will minimize any damage or impact on the flowers and other sensitive vegetation. There are no fees for camping in Brandywine Meadows.

Bears and other animals are active in the area, so it is advised to take precautions to protect yourself and supplies.

The following day, hikers can hike up to Brandywine Peak and even make their way to the glacier. These hikes have spectacular views of the Brandywine Meadows area as well as scenic views of Black Tusk and the Whistler valley in the distance.