Golden Ears Provincial Park is a popular camping area and offers both walk-in and vehicle access camping. There are three vehicle access camping areas, the Alouette Campsite, the Gold Creek Campsite, and the North Beach Campsite. These campsites have enough space for two vehicles and an area to place a tent. There are both pit and flush toilets at the Alouette and Gold Creek campsites but the North Beach campsite only has pit toilets. Alouette and Gold Creek campsites also have shower facilities.
Walk-in camping is available at Alder Flats, approximately 5km from the parking lot. There are no facilities and no toilets located at the Alder Flats campsite. Campers must pre-purchase a Backcountry Camping Permit before arriving at Alder Flats.
Camping fees are in effect at all vehicle and walk-in campsites throughout the park. A BC Parks employee will come and collect camping fees from you. Reservations are on a first come, first serve basis and can be made through the Discover Camping website.
Golden Ears Park offers a variety of activities for campers include day hikes to Golden Ears and other backcountry destinations, canoeing on Alouette Lake, horseback riding, swimming, and much, much more.
For more camping information in Golden Ears Provincial Park, visit the BC Parks website at: